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Honda Civic Hatchback concept previews the shape of things to come

The new 5-door hatch displays the same character lines of the Civic sedan along with a well sculpted bonnets, sleek LED headlamps with LED daytime running lights and the sharp metal finish of the grille. This prototype's center-mounted dual exhaust tips, on the other hand, suggests that this could be one of two performance-minded variants of the Civic.

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Bill Gates backs Federal Bureau of Investigation in battle over terrorist's iPhone

While Apple has remained steadfast in its opposition to demands by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to allow the agency to access the data on the shooter's phone, and has been backed by many among the industry - including the CEOs of Facebook and its rival, Google - Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates is not one of those people.

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Street Fighter 5 rage quitters to face "severe" punishment starting next week

We don't know if they intend to ban these players from competing online, but it's a likely implication. According to the latest Street Fighter V update post on Capcom Unity , the developer is "well aware" of the issue of players who intentionally disconnect to preserve their stats.

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Deadpool Murks Competition With $55 Million Second Weekend

Overseas Deadpool is also cleaning up, where it has earned $256.5 million for a worldwide total of nearly $492 million. Final totals for Deadpool could reach as high as $345 million in North America and possibly $800 million as an overall global gross.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD's Trailers Streamed

Nintendo is likely on the verge of another console transition, but the jump from the GameCube to the Wii felt unique in that players were given two chances to experience latest Legend of Zelda game. Japan, North America, and Europe have retailer exclusive bonuses, all of which you can find below. Nintendo will release a Wolf Link amiibo figure that will bundle with the game.

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CEO defends Apple's resistance in iPhone case

The Justice Department, contending that the order applies only to Farook's phone and would not pose a threat to the privacy of other iPhone users, has filed a motion demanding that Apple be forced to comply with the court order. In a statement responding to Apple's filing, the Justice Department said its approach to prosecuting crimes had not changed. "I'm glad these companies are coming together to support Apple", she said.