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Thanks to new social features and a busy summer, Niantic says Pokemon Go has seen a 35 percent growth in active users. ...
Two years after the perk was introduced to Amazon Prime members, Amazon has announced that it will be discontinuing its 20 percent preorder discount on physical copies of video games on August 28. ...
Steam is currently seeing a big decline in the number of people playing games (and even having Steam open on their computers) since January of this year. ...
According to scientists from the University of Exeter, an estimated 400,000 diving seabirds die annually by getting caught in gill nets intended to catch fish. A new study indicates that the majority of those deaths could be avoided, however, if the nets were to be equipped with inexpensive green LEDs... Continue Reading LEDs cut seabird death toll from fishing by 85 percent Category: Env
A team of researchers at McGill University has successfully developed a combination of herbal supplements and probiotics that can prolong the longevity of fruit flies by 60 percent and provide protection from age-related chronic diseases. The technique is one of the first to successfully show a treatment that modulates the gut microbiome can result in potent lifespan-extending effects... C
Developer on Subsurface Circular Mike Bithell explains why the game has a two percent refund rate on Steam. ...
Developer on Quarantine Circular Mike Bithell explains why the game has a two percent refund rate on Steam. ...
their push towards renewable energy includes 300 solar rooftops in japan and 800 in singapore.The post apple announces it is now globally powered by 100 percent renewable energy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Bottled water is detrimental to the wellbeing of our planet, but could it be having an impact on our wellbeing, too? A new study investigating the presence of microplastics in bottled water has found that 93 percent of those tested contained fluids were indeed contaminated. So what does that mean for those consuming it? The truth is, nobody really knows...Continue Reading WHO launches health
Scientists have revealed that a simple genetic tweak to overexpress a single protein in crops could result in the plants needing up to 25 percent less water to produce a regular yield. It's hoped the breakthrough research will lead to a new generation of water-efficient agriculture that helps communities grow more food in areas struggling with drought and climate change...Continue Reading Cro


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