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HBO Drops 'Game Change' Miniseries Amid Mark Halperin Harassment Claims

Multiple women accused Halperin of inappropriate behavior in a CNN story this week, and subsequent allegations have emerged since the story broke. Halperin denied touching the women, but in a statement to CNN said, "During this period, I did pursue relationships with women that I worked with, including some junior to me".

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NVIDIA Introducies GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

Sliding a card in between the GeForce GTX 1070 and GeForce GTX 1080 is somewhat of a balancing act, and there is bound to be some overlap. We know that Nvidia graphics cards often do not perform well in DX12 and you can expect to see even better performance in DX11 mode.

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Games with Gold November has Tales From The Borderlands and TrackMania Turbo

Meanwhile, you can still pick up some of the games from this month's Games with Gold lineup , including first-person adventure game Gone Home: Console Edition and sci-fi puzzler The Turing Test on Xbox One and the World War II shooter Medal of Honor: Airborne on Xbox 360 .

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Nintendo quietly added GameCube controller support to the Switch

For a very long time, the Nintendo platform has continued to be a place which is limited on features but the concept is changing with the new Switch console. New profile icons featuring characters from the Super Mario Odyssey™ game and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game (check out all the mustaches).

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Playerunknown says PUBG sequel unlikely

Finally, the game's most recent patch increases the damage the blue zone does over time to encourage players to stay in the play zone, rather than camping in the ever-moving blue zone . "Oh no", Greene responded. In terms of a physical release as mentioned above, PUBG creator Brendan " PlayerUnknown " Greene recently said that the Xbox One version would be released on disc at retail But the Battlegrounds Twitter feed claims that the physical version won't launch anytime soon.

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U.S. rapper Eminem wins copyright case against NZ political party

A New Zealand political party is to pay more than $400,000 to a United States rapper, Eminem , for using music similar to his in a television commercial to help win an election. The publisher had exclusive control over the song and rarely gave permission for its use in advertising. "National is disappointed with today's High Court decision", its president Peter Goodfellow said.