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This week's video game releases: Nintendo Labo VR, Woolley Mountain, Dangerous Driving, more

Nintendo expands into virtual reality with Nintendo Labo VR and Vacation Simulator brings comically clumsy VR holidaying to PC, among other releases.

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Despite resistance, crunch continues to define the videogame industry

Today, in the videogames industry, the concept of excessive “crunch” – mandatory overtime, usually couched as part of a final push to finish a game – is decried in almost all corners, from industry whitepapers to convention panels.

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Tech advances will lead to MH370 discovery

The resting place of missing flight MH370 will eventually be found but it will require advances in science and technology, including artificial intelligence.

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Doctors use WhatsApp to find kin of India train survivors

Eight-year-old Sejal Yadav was pulled from the wreckage of a derailed train in northern India and rushed alone to hospital. Hours later she was reunited with her brother – thanks to WhatsApp.

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Laptop in wreckage of Tesla Autopilot car: Florida investigators

Investigators found a laptop computer in the Tesla Model S sedan involved in a fatal crash in May while running on autopilot, Florida investigators said on July 7, leaving it unclear whether the driver was distracted at the time.

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DVD player found in Tesla car in fatal May crash

A digital video disc player was found in the Tesla car that was on autopilot when its driver was killed in a May 7 collision with a truck, Florida Highway Patrol officials said.

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Workers trapped in collapsed Pakistan factory plead for help on mobile phones

Survivors trapped in the rubble of a collapsed Pakistani factory pleaded for help on their mobile phones even as rescuers said they feared the death toll of 18 could rise in the latest tragedy to spotlight poor safety standards in south Asia.

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E3 2015: Five exploration games on show

There's more to first-person games than fierce ammunition action, and these games are prime examples.

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'Dashcams' catching everything from scammers to disasters

The terrifying footage of a plane clipping a bridge in Taiwan and crashing into a river this week highlighted the popularity of "dashcams" that are capturing everything from crime to natural disasters through the windscreen.