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Steam Accounts for More Than Half of For Honors Playerbase on PC

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GitHyp: Its always been assumed that Uplay was the primary platform for Ubisoft games on PC. That no longer seems to be the case when looking at the player counts where Steam makes up for 54% of For Honors PC players.

'Indyref 2' being pushed online

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As the EU referendum count turned decisively towards Leave, the online conversation in Scotland immediately turned to the possibility of another vote on independence.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

England's most pro and anti-EU boroughs

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The vote in England exposes huge differences between the levels of support for the Remain and Leave campaigns in London and the rest of the country.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

Deron Williams May Land Back In Utah With Reported Trade Talks Between Mavericks And Jazz

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Dallas Mavericks guard Deron Williams has made over $142 million in his NBA career, but Thursday's trade deadline could bring him back to where it all began. Williams has been rumored to be making a return to the team that drafted him in the Utah Jazz and that could become a reality this afternoon.

Depressed women "experience death" by lying in hillside shallow graves as they attend 'tomb classroom' to "appreciate life"

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Liu Taijie founded the &'grave classroom&' after her own suicide attempt in the hope that it could benefit other women

From: www.mirror.co.uk

Best surge protector

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You only know for sure that you needed a surge protector after your equipment fries. Then it’s too late. For a very reasonable amount of money, you could put an almost literal firewall between your expensive (and cheap) electronics and the juice coming in from a wall socket. A surge protector throws itself into the line of fire, sacrificing its components again and again so that your devices stay functional.
These reviews are of surge protectors designed for a home office or cubicle, or a home-entertainment system. Such power mediators have a single function: keeping voltage from exceeding a certain rated level, beyond which equipment can blow a fuse, burn out its power supply, or completely fry its circuitry beyond repair. The surge protector takes a hit instead of your hardware or A/V system, and it could potentially save you hundreds to many thousands of dollars, depending on what you have connected.

Tripp Lite TLP1208TELTV review: Its outlets are packed tight, but it does everything else right

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Tripp Lite’s 12-outlet surge protector might lack a product name—model number TLP1208TELTV doesn’t exactly roll off one’s tongue—but it has nearly everything else. It’s your best bet for a surge protector that cuts power when its internal protection is exhausted, and it offers a relatively good outlet layout.
You want a surge protector that stops letting power flow when the internal protection can’t absorb a surge if you’re in an area or on an electrical system with regular surges or electrical strikes that cause voltage spikes, and you have a high degree of concern that you might experience damage before noticing the Protected light on your surge protector has gone out. If that’s the case and you have hard disk drives (HDDs) on attached computers rather than SSDs, or other hardware that could be damaged or corrupt data if the power is cut off, consider adding an uninterruptible power supply. A UPS comes with a back-up battery that can provide power long enough for you to shut the computer down in an organized fashion.

Belkin 12-outlet PivotPlug review: Clever design helps avoid blocked outlets

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This best-in-breed affordable surge protector continues to let power flow even after protection is exhausted. If you have equipment that could lose data or be damaged if powered down abruptly, including a desktop computer with a hard disk drive (HDD) rather than an SSD, Belkin’s 12-outlet PivotPlug (model number BP112230-08) is the right choice.
Its $33 price tag makes it one of the more expensive surge suppressors we’ve evaluated lately, but it’s also the most flexible and it has the highest joules rating (4320) and the lowest clamping voltage (330 volts on all legs).
More clamping requires adding MOVs () to increase joules, because it’s more likely surges will eat away at the protection when the voltage threshold is lower, and this model lists durability in joules at 40 to 50 percent higher than its two closest competitors that we've reviewed to date.

Parish council tax bills rise despite squeeze

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Parish council bills rise by a higher rate than larger authorities, analysis shows.

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