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As announced last week, puzzle game Monument Valley has received its first set of new levels with the expansion Forgotten Shores. The eight new levels, referred to in-game as Appendices, can be added to the game with an in-app purchase of $1.99.
Starting with The Chasm, levels take Ida to new environments, with new kinds of puzzles and challenges to overcome. Forgotten Shores stands apart from the original game, with Monument Valley presenting players with a choice of either entering the original ten levels, or exploring the new ones.
You can play Forgotten Shores as part of Monument Valley's 2.0 update, available on the App Store right now.
The service will only cost small businesses $100 a month for gigabit Internet speeds, assuming you live in the small area that can take advantage of it.
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Microsoft has patched a critical flaw in Windows that has existed in every version since the introduction of Windows 95 more than 19 years ago. IBM security researchers discovered the flaw earlier this year and notified the software giant privately in May. The rare bug allows attackers to remotely execute code on an affected system just by convincing Windows users to visit a URL in Internet Explorer. IBM says the exploit can be triggered on Internet Explorer 3.0 onwards, and every currently supported version of Windows is affected.
"This vulnerability has been sitting in plain sight for a long time despite many other bugs being discovered and patched in the same Windows library," says IBM researcher Robert Freeman. While Microsoft is...
November 11 is the world's largest online shopping day, and in China, smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi did very well indeed. It managed to sell more than 1.1 million devices in the space of 24 hours.
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No, this isn't some Hollywood studio production using CGI. This is real imagery captured over a period of three years by astronauts aboard the ISS and lovingly pulled together by a French filmmaker to create a remarkable supercut video. Enjoy.
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