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World Cup 2018 memes: Mexico stuns defending champ Germany - CNET - News - 1 hour 25 min ago
Doggone it, there were a lot of Chihuahua vs. German Shepherd jokes as fans rejoiced on social media.

Managing Formula 1 tires is a complex job, here’s how Pirelli does it - Roadshow - News - 1 hour 51 min ago
Handling the development of Formula 1 tires is just the start of the job for Pirelli.

Incredibles 2 smashes animated-movie opening weekend record - CNET - News - 2 hours 37 min ago
Pixar's super-family not only crushed the animated-film record, but vaulted onto the top 10 list for all movies.

Can you game your way to better abs? - CNET - Reviews - 4 hours 24 min ago
We go abs-on with the Stealth Core Trainer, which combines a planking apparatus with a smartphone app to motivate you through the pain.

Incredibles 2: Elastigirl shines in charming Pixar superhero sequel - CNET - News - 4 hours 32 min ago
Review: Can you believe it's been 14 years? Pixar remakes the superhero family for 2018, while staying true to the 2004 original.

Here's what Apple's doing to get you excited about AR - CNET - News - 7 hours 21 min ago
Apple's AR updates in iOS 12 are paving the way for where headsets could go next.

The President is Missing… a few finer points on how the cyber works in this novel

Ars Technica - 7 hours 51 min ago

Enlarge / LONDON: A President Trump impersonator poses in a mock-up of the Oval Office to promote the global release of James Patterson and Bill Clinton's book, The President is Missing at Waterloo Station. (credit: Eamonn M. McCormack / Getty Images)

If you hadn't heard, former President William Jefferson Clinton and well-established mass-production author James Patterson have collaborated on a novel titled The President is Missing. The book is a political cyber-thriller of sorts, the second such book from a member of the Clinton family—that is, if you count Hillary Clinton's What Happened as one. And just as with with Ms. Clinton's book, The President is Missing gives shout outs to Russian hacking groups, mentioning Fancy Bear by name.

The President is Missing is, however, a work of fiction. At 513 pages in hardcover, it's slightly slimmer than the recently-released Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General report on the FBI's conduct during the Clinton email investigation, and certainly better paced—with Patterson's trademarked five-to-10 page chapters cutting it up for easy digestion. The prose is largely marked by Patterson's hand as well, but there are places where Clinton's voice pushes through (and not always for the better)—particularly in the passages of first-person narration from the protagonist, President Jon Duncan, which are laden with Democratic talking points and the moral weight of every presidential decision.

The plot, in brief, is this: a Democratic president from a southern state is on the verge of facing an impeachment (sound familiar?) in the midst of a national security crisis. A terrorist mastermind has managed to plant "wiper" malware in every computer in the United States. Racing against time, the president disguises himself, exits the White House through a secret tunnel, and meets in person with the hacker who helped distribute the malware while a crack mercenary hit squad led by a pregnant Bosnian sniper attempts to take the hacker and President Duncan out.

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Best mobile games of 2018 - CNET - News - 7 hours 51 min ago
Looking for a new game to play on your phone or tablet? Here are our picks of the best mobile games.

The 50 best iPhone games - CNET - News - 8 hours 21 min ago
If you're all about the iPhone, these are some of the best games you can play.

The 44 best Android games of 2018 - CNET - News - 8 hours 21 min ago
These are unequivocally the best Android games on the planet.

Rage 2 at E3: Doom’s punk rock sibling feels great to play

Ars Technica - 8 hours 51 min ago

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LOS ANGELES—The first Rage didn't generate much buzz amongst fans of first-person shooters when it shipped in 2010, but one of id Software's later titles (the 2016 Doom reboot) made a big splash. With Rage 2, publisher Bethesda is hoping that some of the post-Doom goodwill can elevate this low-profile franchise to popularity.

The publisher partnered id's FPS veterans with Avalanche Studios (Just CauseMad Max) to make this sequel open world. The first game had a veneer that made it look open-world, even though it was just as enclosed as Doom.

I played Rage 2 at Bethesda's E3 booth this week, and unfortunately I can only judge the id Software side of that partnership. The demo I played was a linear, corridor-crawling action shooter experience with no open-world aspects. When I asked a Bethesda rep why that was, he told me that the company wanted Rage fans to be sure that the gunplay is still just as good even though the game is going open world. I think it's more likely that the open-world part of the full game (which is slated to launch in spring 2019) just isn't ready to be played yet.

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Here's why Elder Scrolls Blades is my most anticipated iPhone game - CNET - News - 8 hours 51 min ago
Commentary: I'm not even an Elder Scrolls fan, but I can't wait until this game comes out.

Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay vs. Google Pay: Which mobile payment system is best? - CNET - News - 9 hours 21 min ago
So many ways to pay, so little time. Here’s the breakdown.

The CNET Smart Garden comes to life - CNET - News - 9 hours 51 min ago
Check out the smart garden in action.

Pixel 2 vs. OnePlus 6: Which Android phone is best? - CNET - News - 10 hours 21 min ago
We pit two of our favorite Android phones against each other to see which one's the better buy.

Today’s veterans are gradually returning to a new civilian-life op—Hollywood

Ars Technica - 10 hours 36 min ago

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AUSTIN, Texas—If you ask Graham Yost—prolific TV producer with a resume including Band of Brothers, The Pacific, and Justified—accuracy in on-screen military portrayals is a relatively new phenomenon, similar to how tech ranging from the latest hacker tools to futuristic autonomous bots have recently become increasingly grounded in reality. Ground zero for this idea won't surprise any fans of this particular entertainment genre.

"In some historical military films, there have been some training of actors, but I think a lot of this really starts with Dale Dye and [Saving] Private Ryan [1998]," Yost says during ATX TV Festival's panel on modern military television. "That set a template for people, and we wouldn't have done Band without it. In fact, when the cast of Band gets together every year, the day they pick for their reunion is the first day of bootcamp. That's when they felt they came together as a unit."

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Why your next gaming console may be in the cloud - CNET - News - 10 hours 51 min ago
Commentary: Forget about new hardware, E3 2018 shows us that the real future of gaming is cloud-based.

Tomorrow's Cities: Will the bike become an urban must-have?

BBC Technology News - 21 hours 27 min ago
Urban spaces are congested and polluted, so do we all need to get on our bikes?

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