Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Set A New Franchise Record

GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers. The recently concluded Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta test has set multiple new franchise records for a Call of Duty beta. According to Activision, it was the “largest [beta] in Call of Duty history.” Some of its achievements included: Highest total …

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Injured footballer taken to hospital in taxi trunk

Defender Mario Cuellar was carried off on a stretcher but responders were unable to load him into the ambulance. Television images showed Cuellar being carried from the stadium and placed into the trunk of the taxi on his stretcher. The incident occurred during the Bolivian top-tier clash between Cuellar’s Oriente …

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Panther that escaped onto rooftops is stolen from French zoo

By David Chipakupaku, news reporter A panther that escaped from its owner and went walkabout has been stolen from the French zoo where it was rehomed. It escaped from its owner, a private individual, by slipping out of an open window. The local fire brigade captured the panther and it …

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Mario Kart Tour's Paid Subscription Costs More Than Switch Online

Mario Kart Tour – Nintendo’s newest free-to-start mobile game – has begun rolling out on both iOS and Android. With that roll out, one of its approaches to paid content has also become clear – the Gold Pass is a subscription service that costs $4.99 / £4.99 a month (Australian …

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Can WeWork survive?

Yesterday, in a bid to save itself, the We Company pushed out CEO and cofounder Adam Neumann. Neumann, who remains non-executive chairman and We’s largest individual shareholder, told employees in an all-staff memo Tuesday that “our business has never been stronger, but since the announcement of our IPO, too much …

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Thomas Cook holidaymakers and crew 'can leave' Cuba, says CAA

Image caption Sue Petrow was due to fly home on Wednesday Thomas Cook holidaymakers and crew are free to leave Cuba, according to the Civil Aviation Authority. Repatriation flights have been arranged with the aid of the British Ambassador to Cuba, it said. Tourists had said they were prevented from …

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