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Mohd Amir Responds to Virat Kohli's Praise For Him

Virat Kohli survived some scary moments to guide India to win with a stupendous 49. The 28-year-old star batsman praised Amir saying one has to be one his "A game" when facing the left-arm pacer. Earlier this month, Arjun Tendulkar made his U-19 debut for Mumbai in the Vinoo Mankad Trophy, but didn't enjoy a particularly good time, and was dropped after two games, in which he bowled just six overs, which went for 62 runs.

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Harvey Weinstein 'Bullied His Way Into Her Room': Attorney

Following the sexual assault claims, Mr. Weinstein was sacked The Weinstein Company, of which he is a co-founder. The employees say they knew of Weinstein's "infamous temper" and that he could be "manipulative", but didn't know "that he used his power to systematically assault and silence women".

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Nintendo Switch tiptoes toward letting users back up their data

So, if you lose or damage that Switch .you're still out of luck. Switch update 4.0 now allows video capture, so clips of games can be shared from the system. Nintendo today announced that their hardware sales account for two-thirds of Septembers video game hardware sales. Given its built-in snapshot tool, Super Mario Odyssey looks like the next Switch title that could support video capture.

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Dow Jones sails past 23000 milestone, hitting record highs

All three indexes closed at record highs on Monday. This means that instead of the index being driven primarily by the largest companies (those with the largest market capitalization) within the index, it is driven by the highest-priced stocks.

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Activision Gets Patent for System Designed to Encourage Gamers to Buy Microtransactions

If they don't buy it, then their data will reflect that they have not purchased it. Their program will hopefully encourage the player to also purchase the same items after seeing them in action. But it wouldn't surprise me if something close did end up making it into games, and if implemented correctly it shouldn't be all too obvious either.

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Microsoft 'Did Not Disclose 2013 Breach Of Bug Database'

As reported by Reuters , Microsoft first caught wind of the breach in 2013 after a series of breaches were discovered at Apple, Twitter, Facebook , and other tech companies. "An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the USA military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen", Brad Smith, Microsoft's president and chief legal officer said at the time.