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  • Microsoft really, really, really doesn’t want you to buy Office 2019

    Microsoft launched a new ad campaign for its Office suite today. Usually, that’s not something especially interesting, but this one is a bit different. Instead of simply highlighting the features of Word and Excel, Microsoft decided to pitch Office 365 and Office 2019 against each other (as an extra gimmick, it used twins to do [

  • Steelers' sensible scenarios for replacing Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell

    Moving on from one is tough; parting with both is a talent drain. Here are a few options for the Steelers to make the best of a bad situation.
  • The A380 proves that it’s profit that really makes an airliner fly

    Even a great aeronautical achievement like a superjumbo can be brought low by the vagaries of economics When Concorde ceased commercial flights in 2003, it marked a peculiar moment in the history of human technological endeavour. When it comes to inventions that improve our lives, we are used to a linear trajectory. Medicines enhance life expectancy, vehicles become more efficient and reliable, computers more powerful and user-friendly. Continue reading

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