PUBG Mobile Vikendi Map Release Date Leaked, Officially Hits Beta on Monday

PUBG Mobile Vikendi Map Release Date Leaked, Officially Hits Beta on Monday

The mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will reportedly get the highly-awaited snow terrain map Vikendi on December 20, according to leaked patch notes obtained by multiple websites. The map will first be available for beta users on Android and iOS starting Monday, for just one day. On Friday, the likes of XDA Developers and Beebom claimed to have obtained the patch notes for PUBG Mobile 0.10.0 update, which revealed that Vikendi map would go live…

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ISM non-manufacturing index hits 60.7 in November, vs. 59.7 expected

ISM non-manufacturing index hits 60.7 in November, vs. 59.7 expected

Eduardo Munoz | Reuters A worker of the LIC Corner Cafe prepares an expresso for customers in Long Island City,  New York, November 7, 2018.  The U.S. services sector expanded in the month of November, according to data released Thursday by the Institute for Supply Management. The ISM non-manufacturing index rose to 60.7 last month. Economists polled by Refinitiv expected the ISM non-manufacturing index to hit 59.7 for November, down slightly from 60.3 in October….

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Australian batsman hits six sixes in over at U-19 Championships

Australian batsman hits six sixes in over at U-19 Championships

A young Australian batsman has hit six sixes in over during a record-breaking double century at the Cricket Australia Under 19 Male National Championships in Adelaide. Ollie Davies, the New South Wales Metro captain who plays for Manly-Warringah CC in Sydney, smashed 207 off 115 balls in a total of 4 for 406. It was the first double hundred scored in the U-19 one-day male championships and the first in the championships overall since Jason…

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‘We’re not going to win s**t’ – Clarke hits out at ‘nice’ Australia

‘We’re not going to win s**t’ – Clarke hits out at ‘nice’ Australia

“Australia are ‘not going to win s**t” by playing nice, according to former captain Michael Clarke. But an old adversary of Clarke has said that he is “missing the point”. Simon Katich, whose relationship with Clarke fell apart after an argument over singing the team song in 2009, said that Australia’s problems stemmed from more than just their aggression, but rather that they premeditatedly cheated. Clarke endorsed the aggressive style in which David Warner played…

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Kohl’s hits record sales day online on Thanksgiving

Kohl’s hits record sales day online on Thanksgiving

Sales online Thanksgiving Day totaled $3.7 billion, up 28 percent from a year ago, Adobe Analytics said in a report. That makes Thursday the fastest-growing day for e-commerce sales in history, added the firm, which tracks transactions from 80 of the top 100 internet retailers. Thursday was also the first day in 2018 to see $1 billion in sales from smartphones, according to Adobe, with shoppers spending 8 percent more online on Thursday compared with…

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Cramer hits Fed, says he knows more and they need to do more homework

Cramer hits Fed, says he knows more and they need to do more homework

Jim Cramer took Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida to task for telling CNBC in an interview Friday morning that the economy is in good shape. Clarida is wrong, Cramer said on “Squawk Box” and “Squawk on the Street,” saying any thought that growth is healthy is looking at the past, not the future. “I know more than they do,” Cramer said, urging Fed officials to “do more homework” and talk to more CEOs to…

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Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Greenland 

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Greenland 

A powerful quake of magnitude 6.8 struck off the eastern coast of Greenland on Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake, initially reported as a magnitude 7.1, struck at 0149 GMT. Its epicenter was in a remote area 253 miles (407 km) east of Ittoqqortoormiit in Greenland. It was strong enough to cause local waves in the Greenland Sea but was not expected to cause a tsunami in more populated areas, the U.S. Tsunami…

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