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The computer legend who invented email has died
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Wikipedia. Internet Hall of Famer Ray Tomlinson has died. Tomlinson was the man who basically invented email as we know it today, including making the choice to use the "@" sign in an email address. He was 74. Tomlinson invented email, a system where ...
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Universal Studios Japan To Launch Nintendo Land In 2020 [REPORT]
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Universal Studios and Nintendo have allegedly reached an agreement about opening Nintendo Land, a dedicated theme park featuring the company's iconic game characters, by 2020. By Peter de Jesus | Mar 06, 2016 11:41 AM EST. Universal Studios and ...
Universal Japan Park Gets $350 Million Nintendo LandUbergizmo
How Nintendo's Collaboration With Universal Studios Will WorkGame Rant
Nintendo's Universal Studios attractions dated and detailedGameZone
Tech Times -Behind The Thrills (blog) -Theme Park Insider
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BMW plans for its future with intelligent, autonomous vehicles
It seems BMW is having a few concerns about getting left behind when it comes to the rising trend of all-electric vehicles and autonomous driving features. The German car manufacturer now has specific goals to strengthen its research and development ...
Old Dog New Tricks BMW @ 100The Auto Channel (blog)
BMW's radical future in the world of driverless carsDaily Mail
At 100, BMW sees radical new future in world of driverless carsVentureBeat
Automotive News -Engadget
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'Street Fighter' cheating means dropped ranks and lost points
Last week Capcom asked for your help catching Street Fighter V rage quitters in the act. Using the evidence the community provided, the publisher/developer was able to cross-reference it with internal data to find the folks with 80 - 90 percent ...
Street Fighter V rage-quitters punished with LP and rank dropsPC Gamer
Street Fighter 5 Rage-Quitting Penalty System DetailedGameSpot
Capcom's had enough of your crap, Street Fighter V rage quittersVentureBeat
International Business Times -PlayStation LifeStyle -Twinfinite
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Amazon Backtracks on Decision to Remove Encryption from Fire OS
TechCrunch reports that Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has backtracked on the decision to remove encryption from the latest OS on its Fire Tablet, and will restore the feature soon. While Silicon Valley is embroiled in a historic battle against the government in ...
Amazon Drops Device Encryption on Fire OS 5CIO Today
Amazon's decision to reduce tablet security comes at a bad timegulfnews.com
Amazon reverses course on encryption for its Fire tabletsEngadget
Tulsa World -The Next Web
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