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Destiny 2 will be available exclusively through Blizzard's launcher

Chung. Balancing never really leveled the scales, usually swinging the pendulum in the opposite direction and creating just another power pocket for players to get used to. It's also probably safe to say that it may be the first, but it won't likely be the last. Will it be a bigger, better version of the same game Destiny fans have been playing for the past two and a half years? VG24/7 also spoke a little bit about the new map, Midtown . Read More »

Companies Victimized By WannaCry Ransomware Could Be Sued For Negligence

A group of hackers known as the Shadow Brokers said earlier this year that the NSA had tools for breaching the global system that allows for the transfer of money between banks. "I think, realistically, people will move on pretty quickly". No matter what operating system you use, keep on top of when updates are released and install as soon as you can. Read More »

Vegas gives the Spurs virtually no chance to beat the Warriors

They entered the game down three games to two in the series against the San Antonio Spurs . "I take responsibility for it". San Antonio won the best-of-seven series 4-2. It would have been one thing for the Rockets to fall in this series with both sides at full strength, a respectable finish after their surprise campaign in which they had the league's third-best record just one season after sneaking into the playoffs as the Western Conference's eighth seed. Read More »

Destiny 2 on the Nintendo Switch is Not Happening

Moreover, Destiny 2 for PC - while running at 60fps (yay!) - won't come with dedicated servers, instead running on peer-to-peer servers. The PC launch date has not been disclosed yet, according to Destiny 2 director Luke Smith. So when will we be able to play Destiny 2 on PC? This makes it very important for a player to carefully choose what platform to purchase the game on. Read More »

Destiny 2 PC Graphics Details and 4K Screenshots

Bungie , the company behind Destiny and Destiny 2 , is an American video game developer located in Bellevue, Washington, United States. "An Activision representative confirmed for us today that Destiny 2 on PC does not now have a scheduled release date, and will not release on September 8 alongside the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game". Read More »

North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Into Sea


That's according to South Korea's YonhapNews Agency, which cited a senior South Korean diplomat on the matter. North Korea on Sunday launched the Hwasong-12, the projectile that has shown the best performance so far aside from its space rockets, in what the global community suspects to have been a covert missiles test. Read More »

Russian FM mocks US media over intelligence-sharing reports


Trump called the remark "disgraceful". Despite their modest size, these countries have excellent intelligence capabilities against Russian targets, which is why they were among the first to detect suspicious interactions between members of the Trump campaign team and Russian intelligence agents a year ago. Read More »

Israelis on edge before Trump visit

Israel also has expressed concern about the $110 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia that Trump announced Saturday in Riyadh. For a president with no history on the subject and a penchant for speaking extemporaneously and without much forethought, Trump is nearly guaranteed to unwittingly say something that will send diplomats on all sides scattering to figure out what he meant and undo any possible damage. Read More »

Netanyahu says will discuss peace efforts with Trump


But his first overseas trip as president also presents deep religious and political pitfalls. Concerns have also been raised over Trump's sharing of intelligence with Russian Federation said to have originally come from Israel . He said Israel should decide whether it could further the peace process or whether it would be a distraction. Abbas is said to have given Trump hints on where he would stand regarding land swaps, borders and Israeli security, and even suggested his readiness to ... Read More »

Deputy AG Rosenstein 'frustratingly cautious' in House briefing

He appeared to change his justification for the decision, pointing to a critical memo on Comey's performance by the deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein. It is unclear whether Rosenstein addressed the report in the closed portion of the briefing. Rosenstein, the No. 2 Justice Department official, named Mueller amid mounting pressure in Congress for an independent investigation beyond existing FBI and congressional probes into the Russian Federation issue. Read More »

Google VR Headsets Will Be Untethered And Fully Tracked


Google is ramping up its work on virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR respectively) with its Daydream platform, having added support for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and revealed partnerships with Lenovo and HTC to build standalone headsets. These will be among the first virtual reality headsets that are completely untethered, requiring no additional hardware. This lets Google and hardware makers customize the displays, optics, and sensors to be flawless for virtual reality, he said. Read More »

Trump to urge Muslim leaders to fight terror in Suadi speech


Those listening to the President's speech on Sunday will also have to contend with the rhetoric of Trump's campaign, which experts say hase xacerbated anti-Muslim sentiment. On Saturday, he inked a $110 billion arms sales agreement with Saudi Arabia, a deal the White House said would create and have Saudi Arabia begin to take more responsibility for regional security. Read More »

Three Premier League clubs face end of season Europe play off


The Frenchman's own intentions are unclear and he has gone from saying a decision would be announced in April or May to hinting that discussions will take place in a board meeting after the upcoming FA Cup final. Whether Wenger is back in charge at the Emirates Stadium next season is yet to be resolved. "He's a great who changed the game, in terms of the way people think about football, with his scientific approach and the way he developed his scouting network in France and Africa many years ... Read More »

Dem Rep. Says He Was Threatened With Lynching After Calling For Impeachment


He is showing a sort of personal arrogance by openly saying that "I decide for myself". A US Congressman says he will formally call for President Donald Trump to be impeached on Wednesday. It was about Michael Flynn , Trump's national security adviser, who is under investigation by the FBI. Trump too has complained of unfair treatment. Read More »

North Korea fires unidentified projectile


The test comes just a week after the DPRK test-launched the new Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM), which was launched early last Sunday morning and flew 787km at a maximum height of 2111.5km. Seoul´s incoming left-leaning government has taken a more conciliatory line with Pyongyang than its conservative predecessors, but reacted strongly to the latest two missile tests. Read More »

Graduates walk out on Pence at Notre Dame commencement


In his remarks at the IN university, the vice president criticized what he called campus "safe spaces" and urged students not to suppress free speech . " Many who oppose the decision say that hosting Mr. Pence will serve as an endorsement of the current president", Molly Wicker, a junior at Grove City College, wrote in an op-ed for The New York Times. Read More »

Warriors too strong as Durant runs wild


If the San Antonio Spurs are going to make it to the NBA Finals, they're going to have to dig deep. The Spurs played on emotion, but eventually succumbed to the Warriors' firepower. "If I was up 40 know, you have to give them credit for being up 40 points", Durant said of the Cavaliers. If Aldridge would have scored in the high 20's again, along with some other Spur's in the double digits, and if some proper defensive adjustments were made, that game would have been a lot ... Read More »

Rouhani Wins Iran's Presidential Election


Videos on social media showed young people clapping and chanting, "We love you, Hassan Rouhani , we support you". Even in small rural towns many people preferred the vision that he had put forward, a vision in sharp contrast to the inward looking, traditional and hardline Islamic government promised by his main challenger, Ebrahim Raissi. Read More »

Rosenstein Briefing to Senate Suggests Russia Probe Now Criminal, Republican Senator Says


U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan, D-Minn., said Rosenstein was asked repeatedly about who asked him to write the memo. That was the White House's position initially after the deputy attorney general argued in a memo that Comey had erred in handling the FBI's investigation into Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server, even though Trump had praised Comey on the campaign trail past year. Read More »

Saudi king says Iran at forefront of global terrorism

That move was quickly contrasted with President Barack Obama's first trip to Saudi Arabia in 2009, during which he offered the king a handshake and a brief bend of the waist. The 45th President of U.S. was seen smiling during making dance moves, while White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, chief of staff Reince Priebus and chief economic adviser Gary Cohn looked reserved. Read More »

Nanaimo MLA says election uncertainty means anything is possible

So far the BC Liberals have stacked up about 40.9. per cent of the popular vote, to 39.9 per cent for the NDP and 16.6 per cent for the Greens. Both Clark and Green Party leader Andrew Weaver have said they are open to working with other parties, but the precarious nature of minority governments and an alliance between the energy-friendly Liberals and the environmentalist Greens cast some doubt on the ability to get projects done. Read More »

Is this the beginning of the end for Trump's presidency?


Comey indicated began even earlier, in June. "I don't think (Rosenstein) did a lot to bolster our confidence in him today". Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told US senators Thursday that he knew James Comey would be fired as Federal Bureau of Investigation director before he wrote the memo recommending that action, the Washington Post and the New York Times reported Thursday . Read More »

Donald Trump says first trip overseas as president 'tremendous'

National oil giant Saudi Aramco was also expected to sign $ 50 billion of deals with U.S. companies on Saturday, part of a drive to diversify the kingdom's economy beyond oil exports, Aramco's chief executive Amin Nasser said . He'll also have an audience with Pope Francis, meet with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partners in Brussels and attend the Group of 7 wealthy nations summit in Sicily. Read More »

United States should take some of blame for massive cyberattack, Chinese media says

WannaCry , which started to sweep round the globe last Friday and has infected more than 300,000 computers in 150 nations, threatens to lock out victims who have not paid a sum of $300 to $600 within one week of infection. Update the security patch MS17-010 released by Microsoft at the earliest. So, they drew a line and said that XP is too old for them to focus on, and they are not going to be releasing patches for it anymore. Read More »

Microsoft faulted over ransomware while shifting blame to NSA

This weekend's virus was particularly virulent, because it could spread to all other computers on a network even if just one user clicked a bad link or attachment. This is placing the blame where it doesn't belong. Organizations need to reframe their thinking, and move from the idea that patches and backups are an unpleasant, costly chore and rather a critical preventive measure. Read More »

Microsoft criticises NSA's role in the global cyber attack

It has reportedly also threatened to release data from banks which use SWIFT, an global money transfer network, and also information from nuclear and missile programs of countries such as Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. Reports suggest that over two lakh systems globally could have been infected by the malicious software. The most likely reason that out-of-date systems are still being used is the cost of upgrading them. Read More »

Le président Rouhani réélu — Iran


Plus la nuit s'avance, plus la foule grossit, se dirigeant par milliers vers les grandes avenues et les places de l'immense capitale iranienne. Le président américain Donald Trump, hostile à l'Iran, a réservé son premier déplacement à l'étranger à un sommet avec des dirigeants musulmans dimanche en Arabie saoudite, grand rival régional de Téhéran . Read More »

Israeli spies upset by Trump intel-sharing with Russia

But some of the people who've spent years safeguarding that relationship say there will be consequences. When reporters asked him how Trump responded to the request, Netanyahu said, " I wouldn't say that he was surprised by my request , " according to Reuters . Read More »

South Korea: North Korea fires unidentified 'projectile'


Early last month, the USA military launched over 50 Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield in response to the Bashar al-Assad regime's alleged use of chemical weapons on civilians. "Hopefully they will get the message that the path of continuing their nuclear arms program is not a pathway to security or certainly prosperity". "Keep in mind the state of rocket/missile technology of the the 1960s". Read More »

How The Media - NOT TRUMP - Betrayed Israeli In


Allegations that the President passed Russian officials classified intelligence on Isis threats relating to a widening laptop ban on passenger aircraft have threatened to damage the US' relationship with allies. And the president is also meeting at the Vatican with the pope, someone who said past year that Trump is "not Christian" if he's talking about building walls. Read More »

France's Macron looks to past post-win, gears up for future


Macron handily defeated far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen in Sunday's presidential runoff, and now must pull together a majority of lawmakers in the mid-June legislative election. Another challenge will be to reach out to La France Profonde , the "forgotten France" of small, impoverished towns and villages that have been left behind as industries die and farmers struggle to make ends meet. Read More »

President Trump: First day of international trip 'tremendous'


Mr. Trump did so with two over-arching goals: Challenge Iran's military influence in the region, and recruit majority Muslim countries to do more in the battle against ISIS and al Qaeda affiliates in the Middle East and north Africa. Trump's trip comes as the White House faces mounting press due to continuing developments over the investigation on whether his presidential campaign colluded with Russian interference during the 2016 election. Read More »

Senate at bat in dealing with health care law


Republican Senate Majority Whip Sen. There's also the matter of voting freely for a bill you know will never become law, and will never have adverse consequences legislators will have to account for. In such states, people who let their insurance lapse for a couple of months could be charged unaffordable premiums. This is especially true for states that expanded their Medicaid programs and could now see a huge pool of federal health care money evaporate. Read More »

S Korea: N Korea fires unidentified projectile


South Korea and the U.S. say it is necessary to guard against North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons activities that threaten South Korea, Japan, U.S. To some this has raised anticipation of how close the positions of Presidents Moon and Trump will be when they hold their first summit next month. After months of sparring with increasingly threatening political rhetoric from both the United States and North Korea, the US has toned down its challenges to Kim Jong-un, even though earlier ... Read More »