The Surge 2 Has Gone Gold

As is customarily the case with games after they pass certification and are approved for manufacturing and distribution, upcoming third-person action-RPG The Surge 2 has gone gold. Charge your controllers and fine-tune you hand-eye coordination ahead of the game’s PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One launch on September 24. The …

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Backlash over Jay-Z's 'disgusting' NFL partnership

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jay-Z said the partnership would “inspire change” Jay-Z is facing criticism for teaming up with the NFL following anger about the body’s response to footballer Colin Kaepernick’s 2016 kneeling protest. The rap star, who once rapped “I said no to the Super Bowl, you …

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Government dragging its heels on phoenixing crackdown, critics say

New criminal penalties and a scheme to identify company directors are urgently needed to crack down on the scourge of illegal phoenixing activity, according to the peak body of insolvency practitioners. Both measures are contained in the Morrison government’s Combating Illegal Phoenixing bill but the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround …

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How to set up a college gaming club and keep it going

A college or university gaming community is a great place to meet like-minded people while enjoying the hobby you love. You could join an existing club or, if you can’t find one you want, you could start your own. Seeing it grow will be rewarding, and being able to set …

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U.S. seeking to seize Iranian tanker detained in Gibraltar

The U.S. has filed a warrant to seize all oil aboard an Iranian oil tanker impounded in Gibraltar last month as well as nearly $1 million, according to federal court documents unsealed on Friday. The seizure warrant and forfeiture complaint is based on the International Emergency Economic Powers Act as …

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Candida auris: The new superbug on the block

Image copyright Getty Images The drug-resistant fungus, Candida auris, was only discovered 10 years ago, but is now one of the world’s most feared hospital microbes. There have been outbreaks across the world, and new research shows higher temperatures may have led to an increase in infections. The US Centers …

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Justin Langer Defends Decision To Let Steve Smith Resume Innings

Australia coach Justin Langer defended the decision to allow Steve Smith resume batting after the right-hander was felled by a bouncer in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s on Saturday. Steve Smith had made 80 on the fourth day when he was struck by a short ball from …

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