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No branch?
Operators say that new technology means video ATMs will change the way we bank.
[BBC News UK]

Xbox chief: we need to create a Netflix of video games
In a frank discussion about the modern games industry, Phil Spencer discusses the potential of episodic games and the pros and cons of downloadable contentProject Scorpio: Xbox chief on Microsoft’s plans for console domination Something big has happened to the video game industry over the last (...)
[The Guardian]

Call of Duty WWII is about killing for fun. Why pretend otherwise?
An obsession over realism means latest in Activision’s Call of Duty franchise is more Saving Private Ryan than Inglourious Basterds – and that’s a problem There is a new Call of Duty video game coming out this November, and like the first three titles in the long-running, hugely successful series, (...)
[The Guardian]

Rise of the sex robots – video
Advances in computer science and engineering have lifted animatronic lovers from the realms of science fiction to reality; the first models are due to go on sale by the end of the year. Jenny Kleeman meets the men who are making the sex robots, the customers who want to buy them – and the (...)
[The Guardian]

Amazon unveils Echo Look, a selfie camera to help you choose what to wear
Hands-free, voice-powered smart selfie camera takes photos and videos on command while its virtual assistant Alexa gives fashion advice Amazon has unveiled the Echo Look, a new voice-controlled selfie camera pitched as the ultimate bedroom companion that allows AI assistant Alexa to give you (...)
[The Guardian]

India bans social media in Kashmir amid violent unrest
Facebook, Twitter and others are banned to stop graphic videos being used to "spread discontent".
[BBC News]

Pope tells leaders in first TED talk: act humbly or power will ruin you
Pontiff makes surprise appearance at Vancouver conference via video-link from the Vatican He sits behind a desk rather than pacing around a stage, but the power of his message is not diluted. Pope Francis has made a surprise TED talk, beamed from the Vatican to Vancouver, calling for leaders to (...)
[The Guardian]

Netflix finally finds a way into China
The streaming giant has agreed a licensing deal with Baidu's online video platform iQIYI.
[CNN Money]

Live and death: Facebook sorely needs a reality check about video
Facebook Live was meant to be part of the social network’s optimistic vision. But in the wake of two violent crimes, its response has left much wantingFacebook under pressure after man livestreams killing of his daughter Man accused of murder in Facebook video kills himself It’s barely a week (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook under pressure after man livestreams killing of his daughter
Distressing footage of murder of 11-month old in Thailand was accessible to Facebook users for approximately 24 hours before being taken down Facebook is coming under fresh pressure over its Facebook Live service after a Thai man broadcast a video of himself killing his 11-month-old daughter. (...)
[The Guardian]

Thai man kills baby on Facebook Live then takes own life
Facebook's processes were already under scrutiny after video of a US killing stayed online for hours.
[BBC]

'As addictive as gardening': how dangerous is video gaming?
Snooker player Neil Robertson blamed a recent drop in form on video game addiction. But was he right to? We speak to the researchers trying to find out Snooker player Neil Robertson claims a ruinous addiction has harmed his professional career. It’s not alcohol, it’s not drugs – it is video games. (...)
[The Guardian]

YouTube restores 'wrongly blocked' LGBT videos
Video-makers had complained that their content was being hidden by YouTube's "restricted mode".
[BBC]

YouTube restores 'wrongly blocked' LGBT videos
Video-makers had complained that their content was being hidden by YouTube's "restricted mode".
[BBC News]

After 20 years Full Throttle remains a narrative video game masterpiece
In examining how gallant, restrained masculinity could function as an action-adventure ideal, the LucasArts game was way ahead of its time The fact that developer Double Fine Productions has chosen to remaster the classic 1995 point-and-click adventure Full Throttle isn’t in itself remarkable. (...)
[The Guardian]

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