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10 best free Tank warfare & battle games for Windows 10 PC

[ad_1] Of all big machines capable of destruction, tanks have been the toughest. While drones, missiles, big guns, etc. have their own appeal, no one can deny that tanks are game changers in wars. Tanks are perfect boys-toys, and though all of us cannot join the armed forces, video games …

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The Division 2 release date, news, trailers and everything you need to know

[ad_1] Cue the night-vision-goggle sound – Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 lands on consoles this year, and we’re super-stoked to get back into the apocalyptic world of gunfire and loot-drops. A new location, a new threat and a whole new set of weaponry makes for an interesting return to the …

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20Fathoms Tech Incubator Home to 20 Startups, and Growing, in Traverse City

[ad_1] From food to footwear to virtual reality, no two companies are the same at 20Fathoms in Traverse City. When the doors opened at 20Fathoms last year, Andy Cole figured the number of members and companies would grow. But not like this. “We’ve got 45 members, 20 startups and some …

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PS4) REVIEW

[ad_1] OUR LATEST VIDEOS No video game has ever made me physically perspire to the degree Ace Combat has, ever since I played AC04 endlessly on my PS2 – it was the only game I had for a few months when I first received the console. The cutting-edge visuals, roaring …

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Gatwick drone cops blasted by Government for shambolic probe as police U-turn and admit there WAS a drone all along

[ad_1] THE government has slammed bungling cops over the Gatwick drone probe shambles after they performed an embarrassing U-turn and admitted there was a drone. Sussex Police have been blasted after Paul Gait, 47, and wife Elaine Kirk, 54, were yesterday released without charge following 36 hours of questioning. SWNS:South West News …

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Two people are arrested over ‘criminal use of drones’ at Gatwick Airport

[ad_1] A model plane enthusiast and his 54-year-old wife have been revealed as the suspects arrested over the Gatwick Airport drone mayhem – but his boss claims he was working and could not have been the culprit.  Forensic squads have been searching the home of window-fitter Paul Gait, 47, and …

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Australian Open tennis superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas caught in YouTube scandal

[ad_1] ‘I prefer not to have that online’: New tennis superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas is caught in a video scandal as YouTube is forced to delete the controversial footage Stefanos Tsitsipas upstaged Roger Federer at the Australian Open in Melbourne He revealed after the match how he was forced to remove …

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Apple hints at new ‘smart ring’ and glass-covered iPhone

[ad_1] Credit: PatentYogi (edited) Ugh, the Gregorian calendar is so boring. That’s why we’re disrupting monthly series with a lunar cycle-based series about the best patents of the last synodic month, picked by the PatentYogi team. Get ready when that moon gets gibbous, y’all. This December-ish roundup lands on the …

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Volume 65 Number 20 | University of Pennsylvania Almanac

[ad_1] Pennovation Works: Where Ideas Go to Work Year in Review 2018 Pennovation by The Numbers 158,400+     # of square feet leased at the Works site  55,000+       # of square feet acquired from property across the street (~1.25 acres) 85                # …

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9 of the Most Effective Anti-Drone Technologies for Shooting Drones out of the Sky

[ad_1] Today, you are going to become a drone hunter. You probably have a drone or at the very least know of someone who has a UAV. Outside of racing, capturing 4K video, or pulling off some acrobatic tricks, drones have slowly made their way to the commercial industry, becoming …

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Showing the magic of science, CU Wizards returns Jan. 26 | CU Boulder Today

[ad_1] For over three decades, the CU Wizards program has presented free monthly shows featuring lively demonstration experiments to entertain and inform children about the wonders of science. The 36th annual series returns Saturday, Jan. 26, running through Saturday, June 22. These interactive shows are presented one Saturday per month throughout the academic …

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Drones vital in superfast broadband rollout

[ad_1] Drones are playing a vital role in the delivery of much-needed superfast broadband to some of England’s most remote areas, as well as helping farmers fight back against rural crime. Northumberland-based technology and communications company Alncom is harnessing the power of UAVs for its ground-breaking work in connecting isolated …

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