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Biggest Changes Coming to Destiny 2

The fact alone that Sony would release another console right after the PlayStation 4 Pro is a little ridiculous, not to mention how Bungie made it abundantly clear that Destiny 2 would run on the same engine at Xbox One and PlayStation 4.



North Korea could be behind ransomware attack

But that's not - or at least hasn't been - the way North Korean hackers are believed to work. "More details to come", wrote the CEO on Twitter. In Canada, the Universite de Montreal was hit, with 120 of the French-language university's 8,300 computers affected, according to a university spokeswoman.


Trump's approval rating drops to lowest since inauguration - Reuters/Ipsos

Trump's approval rating drops to lowest since inauguration - Reuters/Ipsos

The remaining 6% said that they had "mixed feelings" about the president. The poll was conducted after a Washington Post report claimed Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in a White House meeting last week.


Iran's presidential election begins as Supreme Leader casts vote

Iran's presidential election begins as Supreme Leader casts vote

But his main opponent Ebrahim Raisi , 56, has campaigned as a friend of the poor and called for a tougher line with the West. Opposition websites have said Green Movement leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mahdi Karroubi both have endorsed Rouhani against Raisi.



What we learned about the Google Assistant at Google I/O 2017

And Google knows just how important it is to keep the Play Store up and running smoothly all the time . Google Assistant is now available on iPhones and in order to access the virtual AI from Google , iPhone users simply need to open up the Google App and press the voice button to speak with the Assistant.


China willing to mend ties with South Korea, Xi tells special envoy

China willing to mend ties with South Korea, Xi tells special envoy

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said in a press conference ahead of an emergency session of the New York-based Security Council following North Korea's latest ballistic missile test on Sunday, "We are willing to talk, but not until we see a total stop of the nuclear process and of any test there", referring to conditions for dialogue with Pyongyang.