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Nintendo Online paid service to launch for Switch in 2018, pricing and details revealed – Gaming Age

31 May, 2017 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

Gaming Age

Nintendo Online paid service to launch for Switch in 2018, pricing and details revealed
Gaming Age
In an update on their website, Nintendo revealed details on the upcoming paid service for online play with the Nintendo Switch. Previously dated for late 2017, the service has been delayed until 2018 which will allow users to play Switch games online
Nintendo’s online service is $20 per year, pushed back to 2018Destructoid
Splatoon 2’s Voice Chat For Nintendo Switch Looks ComplicatedUbergizmo
Online Play on Nintendo SwitchNintendo
YouTube –Kotaku
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Brazil’s J&F agrees to pay record $3.2 billion fine in leniency deal – Reuters

31 May, 2017 Business - Google News 0

Reuters

Brazil’s J&F agrees to pay record $3.2 billion fine in leniency deal
Reuters
FILE PHOTO – General view of Brazilian meatpacker JBS SA in the city of Lapa, Parana state, Brazil, March 21, 2017. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino/File Photo. By Ricardo Brito and Tatiana Bautzer | BRASILIA/SAO PAULO. BRASILIA/SAO PAULO J&F …
Brazil meat-packing giant JBS to pay record $3.2bn corruption fineBBC News
News Highlights: Top Company News of the DayFox Business
Bastista-family group in $3bn JBS plea dealFinancial Times
Miami Herald –Business Insider –National Hog Farmer –Nasdaq
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Hillary Clinton Was the First Casualty in the New Information Wars – The Atlantic

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The Atlantic

Hillary Clinton Was the First Casualty in the New Information Wars
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Hillary Clinton came to Recode’s Code Conference with her gloves off. In an interview with the journalists Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, she delivered a fully
Clinton says Trump campaign likely guided Russians before US electionReuters

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Andy Rubin’s Essential is looking into smart glasses with built-in camera – The Verge

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The Verge

Andy Rubin’s Essential is looking into smart glasses with built-in camera
The Verge
Much like Snapchat’s Spectacles, this theoretical Essential device would be used to capture eye-level photo and video with a built-in camera. However it would go further, more in the vein of Google’s ill-fated Glass headset, by adding digital
The most interesting details about Essential’s Phone are yet to comeBusiness Insider
Android Co-Founder Introduces Essential Phone: S835, Slim Bezels, Dual CameraAnandTech
How to find your lost Android, iPhone, or other smartphoneDigital Trends
Engadget –PCWorld –Barron’s –TechCrunch
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Essential is trying to build Android for the smart home – TechCrunch

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TechCrunch

Essential is trying to build Android for the smart home
TechCrunch
Andy Rubin’s appearance at the Code Conference last night went a ways toward answering some lingering questions about his new company, Essential. But the conversation primarily centered around the startup’s upcoming phone — Rubin left the dialogue …
Andy Rubin’s new company already got screwed by AppleBGR
Essential: We can unleash Android’s power better than GoogleCNET
Is Andy Rubin’s Amazon Echo competitor doomed to fail?VentureBeat
Phandroid.com –Patently Apple –Phone Arena –Popular Science
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