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All the News and Trailers from January 11's Nintendo Direct Mini

All the News and Trailers from January 11's Nintendo Direct Mini

We ourselves found a major problem with LA Noire in our review previous year in that the digital download of the game needs Switch players to dump everything else from the console's internal memory, as well as a separately bought microSD just to get it running on the system.


Mars has ice sheets 130 metres thick hiding beneath its pink mud

Mars has ice sheets 130 metres thick hiding beneath its pink mud

While it has always been known that Mars contains ice - as much as a third of the Martian surface is thought to contain shallow ice - the ice cliff discovery could shed more light on the history of the red planet. Incredible images from NASA have revealed eight ice sites going as deep as 100 metres and just a few feet below the surface. It extending downward from depths as shallow as 1 to 2 meters below the surface, which could preserve a record of Mars' past climate, the researchers noted ...


Ford Bites the Bullitt

Ford Bites the Bullitt

It's the detailing where the Mustang Bullitt really shines, though. That reputation was born after a Mustang GT fastback played a prominent role in the 1968 movie, and most notably in a chase scene that set new standards in filmmaking.



Quadrature Capital Ltd Takes Position in Western Digital Corp. (WDC)

Spark Investment Management Llc who had been investing in Brady Corp for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $2.01B market cap company. Based on an average daily volume of 4,541,055 shares, the short-interest ratio is presently 2.3 days. Tesla Motors Inc had 118 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel.


Passports no longer your address proof!

Passports no longer your address proof!

However, the ministry has not confirmed a date for issuing the new passports. After consulting the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regarding compatibility of passport booklets minus the last page, with Machine Readable Travel Documents, the MEA concluded that, "the last page of the passport and other travel documents issued under the Passports Act, 1967 and Passport Rules, 1980 would no longer be printed".


Late wickets give India advantage on day one

Late wickets give India advantage on day one

Nearly all the South Africa batsmen got starts, with only Dean Elgar (31) and AB de Villiers (20) failing to convert them into a big ones and Quinton de Kock getting out for a duck. Elgar never looked comfortable but hung in, and even benefitted when he pulled Bumrah to square leg but M Vijay misjudged the path of the ball and took a couple of steps in, only to see it go over his head.