Google Home It. If you’ve got a favorite we don’t mention, let us know in the comments!

[ Google Home’s secret superpower: It’s really good for playing games ]
Bet you didn’t know your Google Home smart speaker or display doubles as a casual game console, too. Google Home ($99 at Crutchfield) has a ton of awesome features hiding in plain sight.

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Here’s our list of some of the most fun Google Home games we’ve discovered for both speakers and displays. If you’ve got a favorite we don’t mention, let us know in the comments!

Otherwise, you can preface any of the names of these trivia games with,'”Hey, Google, talk to…”‘and test your pop culture knowledge on any of these topics:

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If you’re into stories or a longer game, Google has several choose-your-own-adventure games that might pique your interest. If you fancy yourself an armchair sleuth, say,'”Hey, Google, talk to Sherlock Mysteries.”‘For fans of the Netflix series, “Hey, Google, talk to Dustin from Stranger Things” combines trivia with a mystery adventure game for an immersive adventure game experience.’

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Publisher: CNET
Author: Shelby Brown
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BSNL Bharat Air Fibre services launched in Maharashtra

To help the two ailing state-owned telcos, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) overcome their long salary dues and meet the daily cash flow requirement, the government intervened and introduced a Rs 69,000 crore worth four-step revival process on October 23, 2019. The steps were taken to help telecom carriers overcome financial stress.

As a part of revival plan, the government introduced Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) under which any employee above the age of 53 and half, who opts for the VRS, will be given 125% remuneration of the salary, pension and gratuity till the age of 60. 78,300 employees opted for the VRS, and the BSNL is expected to save approximately 50 per cent of the company’s total staff cost of Rs 14,500 crore. MTNL’s 14,378 employees, accounting for 76 per cent of the total workforce, opted for the VRS.

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Ten Suggestions for a ‘Russia Strategy’ for the United Kingdom

The release of a long-delayed report on Russian interference in the United Kingdom by the British cross-party Intelligence and Security Committee has inevitably revived the debate about how a democratic state can best resist Moscow’s meddling.

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This would be to squander an opportunity. The administration already has a Russia strategy intended to minimize the impact of Russian activities in the short term, while working for ‘a Russia that chooses to co-operate, rather than challenge or confront.’ The Intelligence and Security Committee is brutal in dissecting what it sees as an uncoordinated process in Whitehall, though, and a lack of clear tactics as to how to advance the strategy, so here are 10 suggestions.

Publisher: War on the Rocks
Date: 2020-07-29T07:55:15+00:00
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Rodgers relishing one last shot at ‘ultimate prize’

LONDON ‘ No matter what happens tomorrow on the final day of the Premier League campaign, Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has a message for his players – that they have done well and it has been a “really good season”.

The Foxes entered the near three-month shutdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic looking odds-on for a top-four finish, but have faltered in the frenetic weeks since last month’s restart, with only two wins in their eight games.

But Rodgers’ fifth-placed side have been offered one last chance to seal a Champions League qualification berth as they finish at home to third-placed Manchester United, who are a point ahead on 63 points.


Publisher: The Straits Times
Date: 2020-07-25T05:00:00+08:00
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