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Halo: Master Chief Collection comes with Halo: Reach to PC

Halo returns to the PC. Microsoft today announced that it launches Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Windows. This bundle was previously introduced on Xbox One and includes Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. Now, Microsoft also plans to extend Halo: Reach when the collection is released on Steam and the Windows Store. 19659002] The …

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Netflix tracks more interactive content, including perhaps a rom-com – TechCrunch

Following the breakthrough in interactive storytelling with the Black Mirror episode "Black Mirror," Bandersnatch, Netflix will seek much more interactive entertainment, according to content vice president Todd Yellin Yellin said in a keynote address, the FICCI Indian Media and Entertainment Conference in Mumbai, that audiences could expect many more interactive stories to be expected from the streaming media service, according …

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TPG's Bill McGlashan is on indefinite leave after being arrested in a giant college fraud scandal – TechCrunch

Bill McGlashan, who has built his career as a top investor in private equity firm TPG, has been hired "with immediate indefinite leave," McGlashan said after McGlashan was involved in what the Department of Justice said today largest college Admission scandal it ever pursued. McGlashan is involved in a bribe among 49 others involving parents, admissions consultants, and sports trainers …

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Chief of the National Cancer Institute as responsible FDA Commissioner – TechCrunch tapped

Following the sudden resignation of FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Minister of Health and Human Services Alex M. Azar III announced that Ned Sharpless will serve as interim commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. Since October 2017 Sharpless served as director of the National Cancer Institute and previously worked as a researcher and hematologist-oncologist at the University of North Carolina. …

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Uber's self-driving car unit burned $ 20 million a month – TechCrunch

Uber believed that would have 75,000 autonomous vehicles on the roads this year and run driverless taxi services in 13 cities by 2022, according to court records that were unsealed last week. To achieve these ambitious goals, the carpooling company, which plans to go public later this year, spent $ 20 million a month developing self-driving technologies. The figures from …

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