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Hurricane Jose tracking westward; does the USA have to worry?

The National Hurricane Center is reporting that two new storm systems are forming in the far eastern Atlantic. Their forecast track goes out only five days, and shows Jose several hundred miles off the coast of North Carolina by Tuesday as a hurricane headed east of north.

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Doom and Wolfenstein II Are Making Its Way to Switch

Firstly, last year's highly acclaimed Doom reboot ( review ) will be heading to the Switch, making it the first entry in the franchise on a Nintendo system since Doom II on the Game Boy Advance back in 2002. Wolfenstein II is set to release on October 27th of this year, so many in the community are speculating that we won't see the title for the Switch until mid-2018, at the earliest.

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Coming October 4: The Google Pixel 2

It includes the caption "Ask more of your phone" along with Google's "G" logo and the date Oct.4 at the bottom. Search giant Google's upcoming Pixel smartphones are a couple of weeks away from being launched and the leaks are pouring in.

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Sensex, Nifty Seen Lower After Worrying Data

Nifty Realty (down 1.26 per cent) was the top sectoral loser on NSE . Industrial production remained subdued as output grew by a mere 1.2 percent in July as against 4.5 percent growth in July past year. Losses in BPCL , IOC , ITC Ltd, Indiabulls Housing and Eicher Motors dragged the index into the negative zone. IIP growth for June has also been revised downwards to minus 0.2 percent from minus 0.1 percent.

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Nintendo NES Mini Classic : the production will resume in 2018

NES Classic Mini consoles regularly sell for double their $99.95 RRP on eBay or even higher. NES mini featured 30 games without the ability to expand the list. The company also announced more units will be sold of the Super NES Classic Edition ( Nintendo SNES ), which have been almost impossible to find after selling out a year ago.

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Why Did Apple Quietly Raise the iPad Pro's Price by $50?

Cellular models will set you back with an additional $130, but it's worth pointing out that the prices of the 64GB variants remain unaltered. If you journey to the Apple Store, you'll see that all 256GB/512GB variants of the 10.5 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are now $50 more expensive.