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RTE’s ‘Babylon’ is coming to Xbox One next year

RTE is teaming up with Microsoft to bring the game to Xbox.The first of two console releases for ‘Babs’ will come to the platform in April, and will feature a new story, as well as new characters and enemies.A trailer has been released.The game is due out for Xbox One in April.RTE and Microsoft confirmed

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How to turn your phone into a chatty smartphone

The app makes use of the “trending” data that Facebook provides to advertisers and is able to find people using the app, and then can recommend them to other users, according to RTE.The app will automatically connect users to people in your network who also use the app.The app can also “tune” itself to specific

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What you need to know about Xbox One X support

A new report from The Wall Street Journal claims that Microsoft has plans to add Xbox One Web Chat support to Xbox One S. The report says that Microsoft is looking to add the feature to the next Xbox One, though we’re not sure if it will be a “one-year” feature.Microsoft’s support website also mentions

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Why Lenovo’s latest web browser is more secure than Chrome

Microsoft announced a new browser with web security features that are far better than Chrome’s.The new web browser, called Windows 10 Web Store, is a bit different from Chrome and Firefox, and it is available for download now for the first time.It is also available in the Windows Store for other Microsoft platforms.The browser is

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What is an app developer?

iOS developer David Braben is one of those people you wouldn’t expect to be talking to for more than an hour.He is a developer for the BBC Sport web chat service and a web developer for Apple’s iOS app developer tools.David has a lot of experience building web applications for iOS and Android.David explains how

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Which banks are ready to accept Bitcoin?

Politico published an article on Tuesday that revealed which banks are prepared to accept the cryptocurrency.The report revealed that JPMorgan Chase, Barclays, UBS and HSBC are among those that are ready and willing to accept bitcoin for payment.Additionally, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, U.S. Bank and UBS are among the banks that