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Alien particles from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on personal electronic devices

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Alien subatomic particles raining down from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on your smartphones, computers and other personal electronic devices, say researchers.

Variability in local costs of substance abuse across california

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The average news consumer might be surprised to learn that the economic costs of alcohol abuse far exceed those related to illegal drug use. In California, alcohol abuse cost $129 billion in 2010, $450 per California resident. That was almost three times the $44 billion bill for illicit drug use. The largest cost contributors were mortality, impaired driving, and violence. The costs varied greatly from city to city and county to county.

Recipes from the heart, for the homeless Read Story LiLi Tan

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In less than three months, Seattle's Jaynie Black has gone from feeding one homeless man to providing food for almost 200. Black, a local property manager, has worked with homeless advocates for 15 years, mostly in food banks.

Horizon Zero Dawn Review - GamesReviews

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From GamesReviews:"While game play and mechanics wise, Zero Horizon Dawn is nothing new, the idea that Guerrilla and Sony might have a franchise on their hands with new protagonist Aloy is incredibly exciting."

Overwatch is Ending

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Well like all good things, it all has to come to an end. The characters of Overwatch are being forced to give up their livelihood, because of the mandatory shutdown by Blizzard Entertainment.

Is it worth stepping back into 47's shoes with Hitman: Absolution via Xbox One Back Comp?

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Carlos writes - "Hitman may just be one of the longest standing franchises on console, but in the past year Hitman as we know it took a big step forward on the current generation of consoles. Sure, the idea is the same, step into the shoes of the worlds deadliest assassin no, not you Ezio and hunt down whichever target is handed to you via the assigned contact. But past titles from the series have always sent you into an area that is rather restrictive, especially for someone who is supposed to be toppling some popular business mogul or mastermind."

In Theory: How AMD's Ryzen will disrupt the gaming CPU market

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It's been 11 years since Intel released its first Core 2 Duo processors and a decade since the arrival of the epoch-making Core 2 Quad. It's been a period of complete domination, with multiple AMD architectures failing to break Intel's monopoly on the x86 market. But within weeks, the red team's Ryzen line will be with us, new leaks are arriving by the day and they all tell us the same thing - the price to performance ratio looks astonishing.

Ramos did not make history at Sevilla like me – Alves questions Real Madrid captain

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Dani Alves has criticised Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for his behaviour towards Sevilla fans but the ex-Barcelona defender insists his personal rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo while in LaLiga was largely a media creation. Alves left Barcelona after eight seasons and 23 titles last year to join Juventus and he returns to Champions League action [...]

Review: Horizon Zero Dawn - Doesn't innovate that much - Gaming Boulevard

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Gaming Boulevard writes: Horizon Zero Dawn is a great game. It's fun, engaging and gorgeous. While the main story is nothing to new it manages to keep players engaged until the end unless they get distracted by the heap of side content to do in the game. Hunting machines is fun and it's here where all the game shows both its hardcore RPG elements and its pretty brutal difficulty. Stealth is exciting when you use it to hunt but fighting humans and using stealth on them is considerably less fun. The world is vast with a lot of things to see and do. Its inhabitants whether they are organic or mechanical look amazing and the same can be said of the environments. While it doesn't innovate or perfects anything Horizon Zero Dawn is an amazing experience through and through.

Is Disc Jam the Next Rocket League? | Push Square

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Push Square: "We're not entirely sure who's responsible for Windjammers' sudden surge in popularity, but we're thankful for it all the same. The Frisbee-based NeoGeo cult classic which itself is set to get a PlayStation 4 port later this year has inspired a string of copycats, with Disc Jam being the first to reach open beta on Sony's new-gen machine. But in an increasingly competitive market, has it got what it takes to stand out?"

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