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Nintendo Switch games DELAY: Bad news for Breath of the Wild 2 and Metroid Prime 4?

NINTENDO has revealed in the works Switch games could be facing delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, which may be bad news for Breath of the Wild 2 and Metroid Prime 4.

Fortnite We The People start time: How to tune into Black Lives Matter talk

FORTNITE is breaking new ground once again by holding a special showing of We The People in Party Royale today. Here’s the start time for the Black Lives Matter talk.

PS5 price news: Leak gives PS4 fans plenty to get excited about

PLAYSTATION fans have been given a big update about the PS5 price, and there’s plenty for PS4 gamers to get excited about.

Hotels open: Do hotels reopen today? | Travel News | Travel

There will also be no minibars in hotel rooms, limited menus and no buffets – with disposable cutlery introduced to limit contact. Some common areas may also be closed, depending on the hotels own rules. Hand sanitiser stations may be…

Holidays 2020: What will travel be like for Britons now? Expert shares latest advice | Travel News | Travel

Holidays have been eagerly awaited for many months and they are now back on the cards. On July 10, Britons in England will be able to travel to more than 50 countries without having to quarantine. However, travelling won’t be…

UK holidays: Walks near me – best walking routes near Birmingham for fantastic views | Activity Holidays | Travel

Walkers have a right of access across all land under the care of the Malvern Hills Trust which means that you can explore the Hills and Commons. The Malvern Hills trust offers a free, walking and cycling map and guide…

UK holidays: Private rentals could be key to travelling safely and in style | Travel News | Travel

UK holidays are soon to be no longer a distant memory for Britons, with many campsites, caravan parks and hotels reopening their doors from July 4. However, Britons do not have to miss out on the usual luxury they enjoy…

Queen Elizabeth: Why monarch has never visited Greece – despite Prince Philip connection | Travel News | Travel

Queen Elizabeth in the UK’s best-travelled monarch and has undertaken a great number of visits abroad. The monarch has pretty much visited all four corners of the globe. However, there are some exceptions. It’s Elizabeth’s marriage to the Duke of…

Software developer hacks Animal Crossing New Horizons to make it compatible with a ‘smart’ sex toy

Software developer hacks Animal Crossing New Horizons to make it compatible with ‘smart’ sex toys that will vibrate every time players cast a fishing line, use their shovels, or chop down trees A programmer in San Francisco created a hack…

ESA releases stunning fly over video of Korolev crater covered in a thick layer of water ice 

Take a trip to Mars! ESA releases stunning fly over video of Korolev crater that is 51 miles across and covered in a thick layer of water ice Mars is home to the Korolev crater, which is a frozen depression…

Scientists confirm first marine fish extinction of modern times

Scientists have made a depressing discovery – the first marine fish of modern times has been declared extinct. The smooth handfish has officially been wiped from the south-eastern Australian waters due to habitat decline, pollution and destructive fishing practices. The…

Facebook opens investigation into private groups sell and soliciting human remains

Facebook is investigating new charges that people are using private groups to sell and solicit human remains, including skulls, fetal remains, and even a mummified six-year-old child dated to the 1700s. While Facebook has a policy that explicitly bans the…