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Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a free ebook manager to keep your reading material in order, no matter what format.
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K-pop band BIGBANG’s hit-maker G-Dragon has been featured on the list of artists who are likely to receive the South Korean Prime Minister’s Commendation at the 2016 Popular Culture and Arts Awards,
Two of Microsoft's flagship Play Anywhere games are experiencing technical difficulties on PC.
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Unlike other meal-in-a-pouch products, Ambronite is made from real food instead of processed supplements The post Review: Ambronite appeared first on WIRED.
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The first Apple iPod was unveiled by the company’s legendary founder Steve Jobs on Oct. 23, 2001. To recognize the importance of the iPod’s groundbreaking technology and the man behind its su
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Iraqi parliament voted Friday to ban the sale, import and manufacturing of alcohol saying that the move justifies the country’s constitution, which prohibits any law that goes against Islam. The deve
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The Chicago Cubs made history by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday night to clinch the National League Championship, paving their way into the World Series for the first time since 1945. The
The once "Lovable Losers" are now the lovable National League champions. The Chicago Cubs received a masterful performance from starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks, while the bats roughed up Los Angeles
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