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Australian Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on budget announcements

SINGAPORE – After backing an economy hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the Australian government is now focusing on the strength of the recovery, Treasury Secretary Mathias Cormann told CNBC on Wednesday. The government announced its budget the day before and including Billions of dollars’ worth of personal tax cuts for middle-income people, job creation and promotion programs, and temporary tax …

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All of the biggest announcements from Ubisoft’s forward event

Ubisoft just unveiled another of its Forward events, where the company revealed more upcoming titles and details on its fall roster, including a better look at Immortal Fenyx Rising, The return of Scott Pilgrim versus the World: The Gameand the announcement of new games like Prince of Persia: The Remake “The Sands of Time” and the massive multiplayer Riders Republic. …

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DC FanDome: The Biggest and Best Announcements and Revelations

The first day of DC FanDome was packed with announcements for any fan of the expansive comic book universe. Check out the biggest announcements of the big event in our roundup below, and take a look at the full DC FanDome schedule to keep up with the latest revelations. Cheetah’s full reveal in Wonder Woman 1984 The second trailer for …

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All “Avatar” Continuation Announcements: A Timeline

James Cameron. Photo: Twentieth Century Fox Filming of the four sequels to has started Avatar, James Cameron’s 3-D CGI 2009 adventure over a paraplegic navy that lands on the planet Pandora to mine Unobtainium. This time, however, Cameron will really make it – he’s not playing around! He has spent much of the past decade annoying us about upcoming rates …

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The biggest announcements from Microsoft Build 2020

Microsoft’s annual developer conference has officially started, the first annual consumer tech developer conference we’ve seen online. The others are Google I / O and Apple’s WWDC. All three obviously changed during the pandemic, and it was instructive to see what each company chose (or will choose). Google canceled the I / O directly – perhaps more securely because Google …

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