Category: Gaming

Minecraft is coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC

During this year’s Minecraft Live Mojang has announced that Minecraft is coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC this November. The ‘Minecraft PC bundle’ will include both Java and Bedrock versions of the block-building sandbox alongside its dungeon-crawling spinoff Minecraft Dungeons. Minecraft already has its own launcher on PC, but it seems like Microsoft is […]

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Frogs are coming to Minecraft

During this year’s Minecraft Live, Mojang announced that Minecraft’s next big update will be ‘The Wilds’ releasing sometime in 2022. Alongside a bunch of new blocks and biomes, the best thing from the looks of the entire update has to be the addition of the humble Minecraft frog. Frogs in Minecraft are going to be […]

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Democrats struggle to reduce President Biden’s spending plan

Democrats struggle to reduce President Biden’s spending plan – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Infighting among congressional Democrats and the White House has not only stalled President Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill — it has also forced revisions on other initiatives. Debra Alfarone reports from the White House. View CBS News In Be the first to […]

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Bill Clinton to remain in hospital overnight for treatment of infection

Former President Bill Clinton will remain at the University of California Irvine Medical Center overnight Friday while he continues to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection, his spokesperson Angel Ureña tweeted Friday evening. The 75-year-old former president has been in the hospital since Tuesday. “All health indicators are trending in the right direction, including his white […]

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Bill Clinton hospitalized for infection

Bill Clinton hospitalized for infection – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Former President Bill Clinton’s condition is improving after he was hospitalized for an infection. President Joe Biden said he spoke with Mr. Clinton and the former president is “doing well.” Lilia Luciano has the latest. View CBS News In Be the first to know […]

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Deadly protests erupt in Lebanon

Deadly protests erupt in Lebanon – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Violence broke out in Lebanon over the investigation into a massive explosion at a Beirut port that killed more than 200 people last year. The violent protests left at least seven dead and dozens injured. Holly Williams reports. View CBS News In Be the […]

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U.K. parliament member fatally stabbed

U.K. parliament member fatally stabbed – CBS News Watch CBSN Live British lawmaker Sir David Amess died after being stabbed multiple times while meeting with constituents. Charlie D’Agata has more. View CBS News In Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On

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A Squid Game videogame could happen, Netflix says

Netflix Asia executive Minyoung Kim says a Squid Game videogame is being considered, THR reports. Can’t say I’m shocked, since Netflix says Squid Game is on the way to being its most-watched show ever, beating The Witcher’s reported viewership of 76 million. Kim spoke with THR about the runaway success of Squid Game, the Korean […]

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Windows 11 Insider patch fixes major AMD Ryzen bug

Microsoft released a patch for Windows 11 build for Windows Insiders that addresses several issues, most notably the L3 caching issue that reportedly hampered the performance of certain AMD Ryzens processors after upgrading to Windows 11. This caching issue causes up to a 15% performance drop-off when playing games.   AMD and Microsoft have said […]

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Steam bans all games with NFTs or cryptocurrency

Valve has quietly delivered a new edict: No NFTs or cryptocurrency on Steam. The recently updated Steam distribution onboarding guidelines specifically ban any “applications built on blockchain technology that issue or allow exchange of cryptocurrencies or NFTs.” In short, NFTs are unique digital receipts (stored on a blockchain, a sort of irreversible ledger database) that […]

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Showdowns loom as police, guards and TSA workers resist vaccines

Police officers, prison guards and airport-security workers are among the public-safety employees resisting COVID-19 vaccines, with showdowns over the issue in the works as deadlines to get the shots arrive. Law enforcement officers were among the first front-line workers to be offered coronavirus vaccines, yet by most accounts their vaccination rates are below or about […]

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Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal on “The Takeout” – 10/15/2021

Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal on “The Takeout” – 10/15/2021 – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Representative Pramila Jayapal discuss the ongoing bipartisan infrastructure bill negotiations, as well as a potentially watered down “soft infrastructure” bill that would provide better social safety nets for Americans on this week’s episode of “The Takeout with Major Garrett” […]

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Netflix boss claims violent videogames prove Dave Chappelle’s latest standup special is harmless

In an email obtained by Variety, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos offered an unexpected justification for his continued support of Dave Chappelle’s controversial comedy special The Closer. The fact that violent videogames over the last several decades have coexisted with decreasing crime rates, the executive told employees, proves no real harm will come from Netflix’s show. […]

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Back 4 Blood review

NEED TO KNOW What is it? A co-op FPS from the makers of Left 4 Dead.Released October 12, 2021Expect to pay $60/£50Developer Turtle Rock StudiosPublisher Warner BrosReviewed on RTX 2060, Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz, 16GB RAMMultiplayer? Co-op up to 4 players, competitive up to 8Link Official site Remember when Left 4 Dead established the run-and-gun […]

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