Tech companies would possibly perhaps well perhaps possibly face extra stress to allotment space knowledge with governments to fight coronavirus
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Tech companies would possibly perhaps well perhaps possibly face extra stress to allotment space knowledge with governments to fight coronavirus

By now most Americans have gotten the message that, as much as possible, they need to stay away from everyone else. In San Francisco and a growing number of other cities around the world, all non-essential travel has been banned. Even in cases where life more closely resembles normalcy, the government has encouraged social distancing.…

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World of Horror is a creepy, retro, and fully hypnotic fright sport
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World of Horror is a creepy, retro, and fully hypnotic fright sport

Little is more terrifying than the unknown and the inevitable. The combination permeates the work of horror authors H.P. Lovecraft and Junji Ito, whose characters are driven to invariably horrible ends by mystifying forces, whether they’re an alien meteor or a rock full of human-shaped holes. World of Horror, a “1-bit horror game” that enters…

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Microsoft Surface Studio 2 assessment: produce meets operate
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Microsoft Surface Studio 2 assessment: produce meets operate

The new Studio retains all of the looks of the prior model, but backs them up with useful upgrades Two years ago, Microsoft released its first desktop computer, the stunning Surface Studio. The Studio was an all-in-one PC with a massive, 28-inch touchscreen display that could pivot like an easel to lay almost flat for…

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Pokémon Let’s Dawdle Helped Me Join With My Son
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Pokémon Let’s Dawdle Helped Me Join With My Son

Kotaku Game DiaryDaily thoughts from a Kotaku staffer about a game we’re playing.  “Dad, can we play Pokémon together?” my seven-year-old son Seamus asked as I wandered about Kanto in Pokémon Let’s Go! Eevee. It was the first time he’d asked to play a video game with me. It led to the first time we played…

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How location records could well presumably play a feature in managing the coronavirus disaster
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How location records could well presumably play a feature in managing the coronavirus disaster

Last week, as coronavirus marched around the world, a growing number of governments began to explore the use of our cellphone data to monitor the outbreak. Using location data, Israel sent alerts to citizens believed to have been exposed to the virus ordering them to self-quarantine. In England, authorities analyzed anonymized data from telecom provider…

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