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Xbox One Won't Get as Many Original Xbox Games as 360 Ones

Time will tell, but it's hard to see the Xbox One X being a blistering success story right out of the gate. While Gears of War 4 developer The Coalition has shared their work on the Xbox One X with an update to their game, the other major Microsoft first party developer, 343 Industries, were strangely missing at Microsoft's E3 2017 press conference .



Weekly Wrap: Amazon buys Whole Foods. Now what?

Yesterday, Amazon stunned everyone when it revealed that it had agreed to buy out Whole Foods Market for a monstrous sum of close to $14 billion. " Whole Foods Market has been satisfying, delighting and nourishing customers for almost four decades".


Andrea Leadsom confronted over PM not meeting Grenfell Tower victims

Andrea Leadsom confronted over PM not meeting Grenfell Tower victims

The Prime Minister has come under attack for visiting the scene of the disaster on Thursday but not meeting survivors or residents. She said: "The ministers are looking carefully at all of the implications, whether there are quick wins that can be done, in which case they will be done, and of course the longer-term policies".


Atari Is Making Its Own Gaming Console

Atari Is Making Its Own Gaming Console

Are you looking forward to what Atari will bring to the table? Either way, The Escapist had confirmation from the CEO of Atari, Fred Chesnais, that the company are getting back into the Hardware business. The video, showing off what appeared to be a new games console, didn't have anything to officially link it to Atari, so it had our Spidey-senses tingling.


China Launches Major Space Telescope Into Orbit

China Launches Major Space Telescope Into Orbit

It will orbit about 340 miles above the Earth's surface, with an expected life span of four years. Propelled by a Long March 4B rocket, the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT ) was launched at 11am from the Jiuquan space base in the Gobi Desert in northwestern China, according to official news agency Xinhua .


India will take on Pak at global tournaments: Amit Shah

India will take on Pak at global tournaments: Amit Shah

India skipper Manpreet Singh also cautioned his side against any complacency in the upcoming games against Canada and Pakistan. "India-Pak will continue to play at worldwide tournaments but neither India will play in Pak nor Pak will play in India", said BJP president Shah after questions were raised over India and Pakistan playing sports once again.