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Prepare To Get Trolled On Switch This March

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Last year Maximum Games announced the action-puzzler Troll and I and now they're giving gamers a better look at what their game has to offer.


For Honor Review - Glitch Cat

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Glitch Cat - When it comes down to it, For Honor is a thrilling and action-packed multiplayer brawler that invigorates with its unique combat systems and edge-of-your-seat battles. While its not perfect and its often frustrating due to the disconnection issues its currently facing, For Honor is a fun and surprisingly deep game that could have players hooked for quite a while if Ubisoft plays its cards right.

Big India ETFs Notch Double-Digit Year-to-Date

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Emerging markets stocks and exchange traded funds are on fire to start 2017. One of the obvious sources of that strength is India, Asia’s third-largest economy. The fine start to 2017 comes after Indian stocks and ETFs sagged to end 2016, wilting in the wake of the surprising U.S. election results. The iShares MSCI India…

Brexit: EU backs Dublin on open Northern Ireland border

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The EU Commission chief says Brexit must not re-impose Northern Ireland border controls.

Trump's Twitter feed quiets down

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His aides and supporters have made no secret of the fact that they'd like to see him tweet less frequently


Top professional performance through psychopathy

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The term “psychopath” is not flattering: such people are considered cold, manipulative, do not feel any remorse and seek thrills without any fear – and all that at other’s expense. A study is now shattering this image. They claim that a certain form of psychopathy can lead to top professional performance, without harming others or the company.

Viruses support photosynthesis in bacteria

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Viruses propagate by infecting a host cell and reproducing inside. This not only affects humans and animals, but bacteria as well. This type of virus is called bacteriophage. They carry so called auxiliary metabolic genes in their genome, which are responsible for producing certain proteins that give the virus an advantage. Researchers have analyzed the structure of such a protein more closely. It appears to stimulate the photosynthesis of host bacteria.

Stingless bees have their nests protected by soldiers

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Although stingless bees do not have a sting to fend off enemies, they are nonetheless able to defend their hives against attacks. Only four years ago it was discovered that a Brazilian bee species, the Jatai bee, has a soldier caste. The slightly larger fighters guard the entrance to the nest and grip intruders with their powerful mandibles in the event of an attack. Now researchers have identified four further species which produce a special soldier caste to defend their nests.

Low snowpacks of 2014, 2015 may become increasingly common with warmer conditions

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Oregon experienced very low snowpack levels in 2014 and historically low snowpack levels in 2015. Now a new study suggests that these occurrences may not be anomalous in the future and could become much more common if average temperatures warm just two degrees (Celsius).

Trump's been quieter lately. Is that a trend?

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On Tuesday, for instance, President Trump went to the African-American Museum in Washington, and the visit seemed ... normal. Mr. Trump walked the halls like any respectful visitor, paying particular attention to Nat Turner’s Bible and an exhibit on boxer Muhammad Ali. Nothing more important,” Trump said.

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