This is how ‘Shenmue 3’ raked in over $6 million on Kickstarter – Engadget


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This is how 'Shenmue 3' raked in over $6 million on Kickstarter
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Records, like rules, were made to be broken. Shenmue 3's Kickstarter campaign recently wrapped and upon doing so it set the bar for video-game projects on the crowdfunding platform by pulling in some $6.3 million in pledges. It's pretty impressive when
Shenmue 3 raises over $6.3 million on KickstarterDestructoid


The "Shenmue III" Kickstarter Closed At $6.33 Million, Stands At Most-Funded Crunchyroll News
Shenmue III Kickstarter ends with record-breaking $6.3 million totalMetro
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Watch two world records broken at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit – MLive.com


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Watch two world records broken at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit
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DETROIT, MI – They had been building up to this moment for a week. Today, they attempted not one, but two world record attempts at the Michigan Science Center. More than a dozen builders have spent the last week constructing a machine, of sorts with …
Team falls short of building largest chain reaction machineFoxReno.com


Largest chain reaction machine may have broken record in DetroitWDIV Detroit
Norton engineering student eyes world record todayThe Sun Chronicle

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Microsoft Groove: 4 things you should now about the new music service coming … – IBNLive


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Microsoft Groove: 4 things you should now about the new music service coming
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Microsoft has a streaming music service, too — though it was mostly overlooked as attention turned to Apple's entry into a business crowded with Spotify, Google Play and others. Maybe that's why Microsoft is revamping the service formerly known as
You Can Now Stream From Xbox One Using a Windows 10 PC or TabletGizmodo


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Xbox One Update Introduces Game Streaming To Windows 10 PC And New Tech Times
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The Flock will go offline once everybody dies – Gamereactor UK


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The Flock will go offline once everybody dies
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The Flock is a little more complicated than the above headline would suggest, but nonetheless it's a unique-sounding experience that we're interested to see firsthand. When the game launches in Q3 of this year, it will be available for a limited time
A new horror game called The Flock will go offline forever, if all players dieMyTechBits


Play horror game 'The Flock' before it shuts down foreverEngadget

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Microsoft: Game streaming from Xbox One to Windows 10 PCs is out of preview – Uncover Michigan


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Microsoft: Game streaming from Xbox One to Windows 10 PCs is out of preview
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In an announcement made late Friday, Microsoft said that it has opened up game streaming from the Xbox One console to Windows 10 PCs to everyone running the latest build — presently build 10240 — of the company's forthcoming Windows 10 OS, which is …
Microsoft announces free streaming of Xbox One games to Windows 10 International Business Times UK


Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 PCs goes live for everyonePCWorld
Microsoft opens Xbox-to-Windows game streaming up to everyoneEngadget
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First Official 3D Hubs ‘Talk Design’ Contest Focuses on 3D Printed GoPro … – 3DPrint.com


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First Official 3D Hubs 'Talk Design' Contest Focuses on 3D Printed GoPro
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CHDHS-101_main3 Nick Woodman founded GoPro in 2002 after a surfing trip to Australia. A couple of years down the road, Woodman's company sold its first camera system, but it was the fixed-lens, digital HD version of the GoPro video camera which broke …
What's Inside GoPro's Tiny New Camera?Gizmodo


GoPro's new Hero4 Session camera gets 1/10 repairability score from iFixitUncover Michigan
Don't Try to Fix a GoPro Hero4 SessionPC Magazine
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Centuries-Old Shipwreck Found Off North Carolina Coast – NBCNews.com


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Centuries-Old Shipwreck Found Off North Carolina Coast
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Scientists discovered a previously unknown shipwreck off the North Carolina Coast that may date back to the American Revolution, Duke University said Friday. Using sonar and a robotic underwater vehicle, marine scientists from Duke University, North …
Scientists find shipwreck off North Carolina coast, possibly from 18th centuryFox News


Hundreds of Years Old Shipwreck Discovered Off North Carolina CoastI4U News
Lost shipwreck discovered off North Carolina coast, may date to 1700sRT
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More Evidence Emerges That AMD Is Making The Processor for Nintendo NX – GamingBolt


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More Evidence Emerges That AMD Is Making The Processor for Nintendo NX
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Things are beginning to get more and more interesting for Nintendo's still un-revealed NX. 18th, Jul. 2015 | Posted In News | By Pramath| Follow This Author @Pramath1605 · nintendo nx. Nintendo's NX remains an enigma- for a console that is supposedly …
"Devil's Third" first impressionsTucson Local Media (blog)


Nintendo was right about the Wii U. We were wrong.Engadget
Is AMD designing Nintendo's next-generation NX console?ExtremeTech
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Researchers reveal the hunting strategy of Mosquitoes to detect and bite humans – Benchmark Reporter


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Researchers reveal the hunting strategy of Mosquitoes to detect and bite humans
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Recent study has revealed that that mosquitoes find something to bite by following a sequence of three signals; smell, sight, and heat, respectively. The insects seemed to be attracted to the trail of CO2 instantly, like getting attracted towards human
Musquitoes visualize target to bite from your breath: StudyMicrofinance Monitor


Mosquitoes Zero in on Us Due to Smell, Vision and Heat CuesWorld Report Now
Why Mosquitoes Will Always Track You DownTIME
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T-Mobile hit with $17.5 million FCC fine for 911 outages – USA TODAY


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T-Mobile hit with $17.5 million FCC fine for 911 outages
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SAN FRANCISCO – T-Mobile will pay a $17.5 million fine to the Federal Communications Commission to resolve charges brought against the carrier for two 911 outages last summer that prevented customers from reaching emergency services for three hours, …
FCC Cracking Down on 911 Service FailuresWall Street Journal


T-Mobile to pay $17.5M fine after mobile 911 outagesThe Seattle Times
T-Mobile to Pay $17.5 Million Fine Over 911 OutagesPC Magazine
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