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Titanfall 2 Hits Origin Access August 1

Ready your titans, pilots. Titanfall 2 is joining EA’s Origin Access PC subscription service this coming Tuesday, August 1. The action packed shooter is finally making its way onto Origin Access after an announcement made earlier this month that it, along with Battlefield 1, would be available on it and EA Access by September. Much like EA Access on Xbox One, Origin Access is EA’s version of a sort-of Netflix for games. Pay a flat fee of $ 4.99/£3.99/€3.99 a month and get access to a wide library of different ...

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Destiny 2 Early Access Beta Code Giveaway

We teamed up with Activision to give away twenty (20) Destiny 2 Early Access Beta Codes. To enter for a chance to win, scroll down below. Destiny 2’s early-access to the Open Beta begins on these dates and platforms: July 18th at 10:00AM Pacific on PlayStation 4 July 19th at 10:00AM Pacific on Xbox One This is NOT an instant win. Competition ends Monday, July 17, 2017 at 5:00PM Pacific. Twenty (20) winners will be contacted via email with their early-access code. Entry is open worldwide. Codes are for the ...

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Fable Fortune Early Access Delayed to July 25

Fable‘s return as a collectible card game won’t be coming quite as soon as expected. Originally scheduled to release on early access this Tuesday, July 11 for PC and Xbox One, Fable Fortune has now been pushed back to July 25. Luke Borrett, producer for co-developing studio Mediatonic, announced on the Fable Fortune blog that the minor delay is due to an administration error. “Due to an unexpected administration hiccup we are unfortunately unable to launch the Xbox One version of Fable Fortune next week and we’ve made the decision ...

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New EA/Origin Access Game Out Now For Xbox One And PC

EA and Origin Access subscribers can now download football phenomenon FIFA 17 on Xbox One and PC. Subscribers can play the full version of the game for as long as their subscription remains active. The title is not the first in the series to join the EA Access Vault: FIFA 14, FIFA 15, and 16 are also available for those who subscribe. We enjoyed the latest in the franchise when it launched in September 2016–critic Nathan Ditum awarded it a 9/10. Read his thoughts in our full FIFA 17 review. ...

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Governing body declares: No IP addresses for governments that shut down internet access

One of the fundamental strengths of the internet is its inter-connectivity. But certain regimes, when faced with political dissidents, protests, or even students possibly cheating on their exams, have taken to shutting down internet access. The purpose is to deny their citizens access to tools like Google, Twitter, and Facebook, which can be used to document what’s happening and reach out to coordinate resistance. Now a governing body has declared that there should be no IP addresses awarded to governments that cut off internet access to their citizens. These infringing governments ...

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FIFA 17 Coming Soon For EA Access and Origin Members

FIFA 17 is coming to EA’s Xbox One subscription service EA Access, and its PC version Origin. The EA Sports title will be added to the libraries of games players can access as part of their membership on April 21. Making full use of EA’s Frostbite engine, FIFA 17 was released in September 2017. Our reviewer Nathan Ditum gave it a 9/10 and lauded its “still-excellent fundamental gameplay” and many small changes that ultimately make it another successful entry in the long-running series. It also added a new story mode ...

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Google Fiber is slashing employees, preparing to deploy wireless access points instead of fiber optics

Over the past year, it’s become increasingly clear that Alphabet, Google’s new parent company that runs the Access division responsible for deploying Google Fiber, hasn’t been thrilled with that segment’s performance or cost structure. Now, word is that Access employees are being reassigned or terminated, while plans to expand Google Fiber beyond its current markets are being substantially overhauled. Going forward, Google wants to offer wireless service, not fiber-to-the-home. Access is already experimenting with rolling out new wireless devices that would occupy the 3.5GHz spectrum, according to Wired. This band of ...

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ET deals: Save 63% on Private Internet Access VPN

Want to keep snoops out of your online business? First thing’s first, get yourself a VPN! When you encrypt all of your traffic, it’ll make it much harder for government agencies and ISPs to keep tabs on your surfing habits. And since Private Internet Access VPN is on sale right now, there’s no reason to wait. Step up, and take back your privacy. • Two year subscription to Private Internet Access VPN for $ 59.95 With this VPN, you’ll be able to mask your public IP, make life difficult for ...

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NHS gives BBC exclusive access to A&E

Welcome to the Royal Blackburn Hospital – which was once in special measures but is now rated good. Its A&E department receives more ambulances than any other in the north west of England. Ed Thomas has been speaking to staff and the patients they treat. Correspondent: Ed Thomas; Producer & Director: Noel Titheradge; Camera: Steve Fildes; Edited by Ed Ram. Let’s block ads! (Why?) BBC News – Home

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Trump backs Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines

US President Donald Trump has infuriated environmentalists by signing executive orders that support two controversial oil pipelines. The new Republican president backed the Keystone XL and Dakota Access projects, provided American steel is used. The Obama administration in late 2015 halted Keystone, which would carry crude from Canada to Texas. The Army decided last year to explore other routes for the Dakota pipeline amid huge protests by Native Americans. In the White House on Tuesday morning, Mr Trump said both projects would be subject to renegotiated terms and conditions. As ...

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