E3 2017 day 2 wrap-up: Destiny 2 on PC, Wolfenstein returns, and Ubisoft games galore

Listen in as Hayden and Adam talk about the hot new PC games they played today, and boy, they were some heavy hitters: Destiny 2, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and Skull & Bones, a pirate combat simulator that’s the spiritual successor to Assassin’s Creeed IV: Black Flag’s beloved ship battles. Still hankering for more E3 goodness? Check out PCWorld’s E3 day one wrap-up, or if you want to cut straight to the chase, our coverage of the 40 must-see PC gaming…

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Small Business Owners, Have You Created a Rainy Day Fund?

You’ve got your emergency fund set up — three to six months of living expenses set aside for unexpected events — and you’re finally feeling a sense of financial security. But what, exactly, constitutes a financial emergency? We asked financial advisor Laura Scharr-Bykowsky for tips on when to tap your emergency fund and other advice on saving up for a rainy day. When Should People Tap Their Emergency Funds? Emergency funds provide peace of mind when there’s an unusual or catastrophic event in your life. Loss of income due to unemployment or…

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AAA says plan ahead: Busy Memorial Day travel weekend expected

HARTFORD — Whether you’re taking to the roads, rails, waters, or skies this Memorial Day weekend, you can expect a lot of company! AAA expects 39.3 million Americans to travel 50 miles or more away from home. That’s one million more travelers than last year, and the highest Memorial Day travel volume since 2005. This will also be the busiest Memorial Day travel weekend across New England since 2005. AAA says almost 1.8 million people will be traveling – and more than 90 percent of them, or 1.6 million, are planning…

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Crowds expected at airport for Memorial Day travel

As the busy Memorial Day travel weekend approaches, officials at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport warn that the busiest day is expected to be this Friday, when more than 85,000 travelers are expected to pass through security checkpoints. The airport aims to keep wait times under 20 minutes, but during peak times the lines are longer. Airport and Transportation Security Administration officials say travelers should get to the airport two hours before domestic flights and three hours before international flights. Hartsfield-Jackson has expanded the main security checkpoint queuing area to reduce the…

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Amazon Great Indian Sale Day 3 Offers: Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro, Honor 6X, and Other Deals

As the Amazon Great Indian Sale moves into the third day, there are plenty of new deals that are set to go live on the e-commerce platform. Amazon continued to offers discounts on mobile phones, but there is a lot more you can be checking out as well. The initial mad rush for deals has thinned out, so getting discounts on tablets, laptops, gaming consoles, etc. that you have had an eye on should not prove too difficult. Of course, if smartphones is all you are in the market for,…

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ECU referendum end result: Scotland’s better schooling quarter emphasises ‘not anything adjustments in a single day’

As the United Kingdom files for divorce from the ecu Union after greater than 40 years collectively, all eyes have fallen on Scotland wherein all 32 council regions overwhelmingly sponsored stay, a spectacular sixty two according to cent to just 38 according to cent for depart. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stated the humans of Scotland see their future as part of the eu, adding that a 2nd Scottish independence referendum is “surprisingly in all likelihood” with those unswerving to stay expressing situation that the north of the UK is being…

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Costa Cruises to release day excursions to Moscow

Costa Cruises is to release a new summer cruise on board the Costa Luminosa, permitting guests theprecise possibility to go to Moscow for a day. The ‘Jewels of the Baltic’ itinerary is to be had at some stage in August 2016, with weekly sailings from Stockholm. Costa Luminosa calls at Helsinki, St. Petersburg and Tallinn, before returning to Stockholm. at some point of the port call in St. Petersburg, visitors could have the specific possibility to visitMoscow on the brand new bullet teach. The Sapsan takes just four hours to…

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Tahiti: 6 Day Magical Moorea Pearl Escape $2,599

Travel World News has traveled with Island’s The Sun in the past and their Tahiti package that includes flights, 5 nights island resort accommodations in a over water bungalow at the Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, breakfast, sightseeing, transfers and more delivers exceptional value. Discerning travelers will enjoy exceptional service, sleek hardwood floors, exotic Polynesian-inspired artwork and a terrace with a gentle breeze and a view all make for an amazing first impression of Tahiti. The package includes: Round-trip international airfare from Los Angeles on award-winning Air Tahiti Nui 5…

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Good day at school? There’s an app for that

Behaviour-recording program tracks a child’s education, but ensuring privacy is a concern School children listen in to a lesson in class. Photograph: Fredrick Kippe/Alamy Stock Photo When a child is asked by parents what they got up to at school, they probably won’t confess that they were told off for talking in their English lesson, or that they didn’t do their maths homework. But now honesty may be the only option as behaviour-tracking apps are becoming increasingly popular as an educational tool. One of the most common apps, ClassDojo, is…

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Celebrate Presidents Day Like the Head of State at These 5 Hotels

With Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day falling on back to back days this February, the upcoming holiday weekend is shaping up to be a busy one for travel. For those planning a holiday getaway, here are five U.S. hotels where you’re guaranteed to feel like the leader of the free world. Hilton Chicago Where: Chicago, Illinois This historic hotel in downtown Chicago dates back to the 1920s and has hosted a dozen presidents over the years. President Harry Truman (1945-1953) was the first president to experience Hilton Chicago’s 5,000-square-foot Conrad…

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