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Assassin's Creed Syndicate Wiki – Everything you need to know about the game
Assassin's Creed Syndicate is an upcoming action adventure video game and part of the Assassin's Creed franchise. The game is currently being being developed primarily by Ubisoft Quebec, but it has since been confirmed by Ubisoft that there are a total …
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CSHTML5: A cross-platform HTML5 extension for Visual Studio
CSHTML5 (also known as C#/XAML for HTML5), a free extension from software company Userware (creator of the Wiki-OS.org software development encyclopedia and repository), recently entered its third beta, adding support for Windows Communication …
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Wikipedia editor has corrected the same grammar mistake 47000 times

Wikipedia editor has corrected the same grammar mistake 47000 times
But the misuse of the term 'comprised of' bothers one obsessive Wikipedia editor so much, he has spent nearly a decade correcting the mistake 47,000 times. Software engineer Bryan Henderson, known online as Giraffedata, spends an hour every Sunday …
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Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness Wiki – Everything you need to know
While the game is being developed exclusively for Sony platforms at this time, the game is being targeted specifically at the PlayStation 3. The PlayStation 4 build of the game will be a port and it will not contain different content. Speaking about …
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Wiki – Everything you need to know about the game
The first sign that the game even existed was in October of 2013 when Eidos Montreal made the announcement that they would be continuing to develop the series and bring it to mobile platforms (Deus Ex: The Fall) and to publication in a series of comics.
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Latest Wiki Technology News

Listen to the soothing sounds of Wikipedia being edited
If you are thinking of opening a spa, or you're just having a stressful day and in need of mellowing out, we have the perfect playlist for you: Wikipedia. Each Wikipedia edit has been given its own sound – gentle bells play for new additions and string …
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Don't You Dare Use 'Comprised Of' On Wikipedia: One Editor Will Take It Out
I think of English usage as one of those subjects like cocktails or the British royal family. A lot of people take a passing interest in it but you never know who's going to turn out to be a true believer — the kind of person who complains about the …
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Chengdu's 3D future
“Similar to (online Chinese marketplace) Taobao, Wiki-factory works as a platform,” said Ms Rebel, explaining that customers can upload a design, customise what they need through the platform and find a franchisee to fabricate or print it with a 3D …
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Latest Internet And Web Technologies News

So Long Passwords? Cryptocurrency EmerCoin's Block Chain Supports
The technology has been designed to solve many of the login and authentication issues that plague the Internet. EMCSSL provides a scalable infrastructure for passwordless authorization suitable for an unlimited number of web services. The …
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China Speeds Up Internet, Helping Boost Traffic at Sites Like Alibaba
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said earlier in the week that China would raise broadband speeds while reducing rates for the already widespread utility, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. Increases would apply to … As of …
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Internet search pioneer Lycos is selling some of its technology patents

Internet search pioneer Lycos is selling some of its technology patents
Pioneering search engine and web portal Lycos is putting some of its technology patents up for sale. The company said it's doing so in preparation to launch a suite of hard good products in the coming weeks. Lycos is working with SG Consulting to make …
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When did everyone in tech start believing in unicorns
It did so in the 1990s when the internet was finding its feet and it's going through another now. The increased interconnectivity of smartphones, sensors, and cloud capabilities has led to a wave of new web-based services that are disrupting even the …
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Google set to follow Facebook into virtual reality at I/O developers conference
But because the technology required to create an AR headset is similar to the technology needed in a VR headset – both need headtracking, eye-mounted displays and very fast processing – there's no reason to think they won't be both announced as part of …
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Latest Healthcare Wiki News

Is Baby Foreskin The Key To Youthful Skin?
There's a reason anti-aging products and services is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many women and men are willing to try just about anything in order to achieve a more youthful appearance, even if that involves unconventional methods. The latest?
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How King v. Burwell Decision Could Affect Obamacare Enrollees
The Court is being asked to decide if, given that phrase, the Obama administration has authority to also pay those subsidies to people who signed up for coverage through Healthcare.gov—the exchange run by the federal government for the 34 states that …
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First: Excellent healthcare is being provided in Pakistan, but at a cost.
Second: An overwhelming majority of Pakistanis cannot afford the specialised healthcare that they desperately need. The challenge, therefore, is to enable access to quality healthcare to those who cannot afford it.
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Severe Breakdown In Apple Relationship Cripples GT Advanced Technologies

Severe Breakdown In Apple Relationship Cripples GT Advanced Technologies
It could stem from a failure of GT Advanced Technologies to meet contractual obligations with Apple, or from a choice by Apple to switch to a different supplier, the Raymond James report said. There are many other manufacturers of sapphire, so Apple …
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10 things you should know about Alibaba
To thrive in China's developing retail technology infrastructure, Alibaba will need to stay as nimble and forward thinking as possible in the mobile space, as more consumers (500 million) begin using their phones to make purchases. It's clear that it …
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World Cancer Day 2015: A history of cancer from ancient evidence to medical

World Cancer Day 2015: A history of cancer from ancient evidence to medical
Humans and animals have been susceptible to cancer since complex life evolved. Throughout recorded history, evidence of cancer has been found in fossilised bone tumours, written about in historic manuscripts and discovered in mummified humans in …
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Wiki-Kids: Teaching educators a thing or two about learning
Now a new encyclopedia application designed and launched by Yoav Meyrav of Tel Aviv University's Philosophy Department and co-founder Inbal Miron-Bershteyn aims to channel a child's natural curiosity toward fun to enrich learning. Wiki-Kids, available …
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ICD-10: How to Avoid These 5 Costly Problems

ICD-10: How to Avoid These 5 Costly Problems
The US healthcare community is moving to ICD-10 in October 2015. There will be 70,000 choices of diagnosis codes alone, instead of a mere 16,000 choices currently available to describe a condition, illness, injury, or symptom. Coders are delighted.
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Latest Medical Wiki News

Che Guevara: The man behind the T-shirt
With more than 4.6 million articles, Wikipedia is an invaluable resource, whether you're throwing a term paper together at the last minute, or researching snowballs to finally get revenge on those neighborhood kids. But follow enough links, and you get …
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Medical Marijuana Access Takes Center Stage at House Hearing
Fifteen years after medical marijuana was legalized in Hawaii, legislators considered a bill Saturday that would finally give patients the ability to legally obtain it even if they can't grow it themselves. There's still plenty of opposition to taking …
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