Opera and YoYo Games launch a mobile games publishing

The popular web browser Opera teams up with GameMaker’s creator YoYo Games to create a new version of GX.games, this time for mobile devices. The idea is to let video game developers publish mobile games across iOS and Android for free.

The new and free mobile games publishing platform will allow game creators that use GameMaker to publish their works

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Building society to withdraw from new lending on second

A building society is withdrawing from new lending on second homes, except in certain circumstances, to focus more on helping people on to and up the housing ladder.

econd homes reduce the number of properties available for people to live in at a time of wide consensus that the supply of housing is not enough to meet demand, Leeds Building

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Elizabeth Strout, Leila Mottley up for Booker fiction prize

LONDON (AP) — Best-selling American writers Karen Joy Fowler, Elizabeth Strout and Leila Mottley are among 13 authors in the running for the prestigious Booker Prize for fiction.

Fowler’s novel about Abraham Lincoln’s assassin, “Booth,” Strout’s symphony of everyday lives “Oh William!” and Mottley’s Oakland-set debut “Nightcrawling” are among six books by Americans on the longlist for the 50,000 pound

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Patchogue’s BrickHouse Brewery ‘passing the torch’ to a new

A quarter-century after first opening in Patchogue, a pioneer of Main Street’s resurgence is passing the baton to a younger generation.

The BrickHouse Brewery and Restaurant — housed inside Patchogue’s oldest commercial building — is being taken over by a younger group of South Shore restauranteurs.

Tom Keegan, one of BrickHouse’s original founders said at a ceremonious transition of management

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I came across this unloved browser and now Google Chrome

Recently I came across a relatively new browser (initially created in 2019), or more like a special version of the main Opera browser, called Opera GX. 

It touts that it’s a “browser for gamers” and while that’s clearly a bit of an exaggeration, it has plenty of features that gamers would benefit from. Not to mention that the interface alone

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Leeds Building Society hails record half-year results |

Leeds Building Society hails record half-year results

Leeds Building Society has hailed a “record-breaking” first half that included nine of its ten biggest ever lending days.

The society reported a profit before tax of £146.5m for the six months to 30 June 2022, up from £70.3m in the same period of 2021. This was buoyed by an exceptional fair value adjustment of £42m.

Gross lending climbed to

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Recommendations for books to read at the beach : NPR

Beach reads
Beach reads

It’s finally summer, and with everything going on in the world right now, you could probably use a little escape. As many of us retreat to beaches and pools to catch a break from the heat, here are eight books from the summer edition of NPR’s Books We Love that you can take with you.

The exact definition of a

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Sony Files Patent For Browser-Based Cloud Gaming

According to recent patent filing, Sony could be working on a new cloud gaming experience that can be enjoyed using nothing but a web browser.

Sony and Microsoft have always been at odds in the long-running “Console War.” However, when it comes to improving content accessibility through the use of subscription services or cloud gaming technology, it’s safe to say

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