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Draw distance for trees, grass, NPCs and other objects have also been increased. Even if your rig isn't quite as powerful as what's listed here, Bethesda still invites you to give the patch a spin - should the high resolution texture pack refuse to play nice with your PC, you can switch back to Fallout 4's original textures through the launch menu.
  • IOS 10.3 beta 1 released, here's what's new!

    IOS 10.3 beta 1 released, here's what's new!

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    In a bid to help users keep track of their AirPods, a similar app called " Finder for AirPods " was released previous year, costing £3.99 ($3.99). If the AirPods still have battery left in them, you can apparently make them blast a sound to help you be able to find them.
  • Court won't reconsider DOJ argument in Microsoft customer data case

    Court won't reconsider DOJ argument in Microsoft customer data case

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    Microsoft believes this to be an abuse of power and they are trying to pave the way for the government and the DOJ to allow companies to notify users when access to their data is given. Microsoft had no immediate comment. "We need Congress to modernize the law both to keep people safe and ensure that governments everywhere respect each other's borders", he said.
  • Uber hires Google search veteran Amit Singhal as SVP of engineering

    Uber hires Google search veteran Amit Singhal as SVP of engineering

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    Singhal will take the post of senior vice president of engineering, an Uber spokesman said, a role which oversees the company's marketplace and mapping efforts - the core of Uber's business. "It's hard enough to connect millions of drivers to millions of riders in real time while creating optimal routes for drivers", Singhal wrote. Singhal will be responsible for technology development at the company.
  • SNL's Putin Mocks Trump's Inauguration Crowd Size in Cold Open

    SNL's Putin Mocks Trump's Inauguration Crowd Size in Cold Open

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    Trump wants to have good relations with Russian Federation so we can work together to jointly solve some of the world's problems, which might be a positive move by the President, and it could make both countries more secure. Kate McKinnon , who often portrays Hillary Clinton, played a Russian woman feigning happiness. I am so happy. "Oh, wait. That's the Women's March ".
  • Reince Priebus: Media Obsessed With Trying to 'Delegitimize' President Trump

    Reince Priebus: Media Obsessed With Trying to 'Delegitimize' President Trump

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    Priebus argued that there was a media conspiracy to delegitimize Trump's presidency, claiming that media outlets were incorrect to report on issues including Russia's meddling in the USA presidential election. Donald Trump's spokespeople are out in full force on this Sunday. "We're gonna fight back tooth and nail every day, and twice on Sunday". He also attacked the media on crowd size at the ceremony on Saturday.
  • Injuries Reported After Tornado Hits Hattiesburg, Mississippi

    Injuries Reported After Tornado Hits Hattiesburg, Mississippi

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    Students at William Carey were reporting minor injuries, the university said. The three counties affected are Forrest, Lamar and Perry counties. The public is asked to stay home and avoid traveling, if possible. The National Weather Service said three to five inches of rain have already fallen, raising the risk of flooding. The Mississippi Highway Patrol reported that Interstate 59 north of Hattiesburg was closed due to debris and most roads in Petal were deemed impassible.
  • Google uses search to push its products

    Google uses search to push its products

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    A 2010 blog post on Google's AdWords blog said it "probably comes as no surprise that we are huge fans of AdWords", adding that "house ads are a common industry practice". "We have consciously and carefully designed our marketing programs to not impact the ad auction". It says that by bidding for its own advertising space, Google may have affected the price paid by others.
  • Antarctic research base to close this winter

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    The presence of a second crack 17km from the station that appeared in October 2016 has led to the BAS evacuating scientists from the station as "a precautionary measure" before the onset of the Antarctic winter. In its current "VI" configuration, it has been operational since 2012. There are now 88 people on station including summer-only staff working on the relocation project and 16 who were scheduled to over-winter.