Top stories of the day - June 17, 2019

Pokemon Sword and Shield Won't Let You Catch Every Pokemon | ‘Pokemon Sword and Shield’ won’t actually allow you catch ’em all | Pokémon Sword And Shield Director Says It's About 'Growing And Evolving'—For The Trainer, Too

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Pokemon Sword and Shield Won't Let You Catch Every Pokemon
IGN, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

‘Pokemon Sword and Shield’ won’t actually allow you catch ’em all
BGR, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokémon Sword And Shield Director Says It's About 'Growing And Evolving'—For The Trainer, Too
Kotaku, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Pokédex fuss starts incredible 3D art joke
Polygon, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokemon Games After Sword & Shield May Not Feature All Monsters Either
GameSpot, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokemon Sword Shield: Fan claims Nintendo are considering bringing back the national Pokedex after all
Dexerto, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokémon Sword/Shield interview – ‘we try to implement new things gradually'
Metro.co.uk, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Pokemon Sword & Shield Preview: I’m Officially Sold On Giant Gym Battles
UNILAD, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:40 UTC. Read More

Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2019 Picks Its Shortlist
ePHOTOzine, Science
Jun 17, 2019 23:30 UTC. Read More

Milky Way over a Bavarian mountain
Daily Mail, Science
Jun 17, 2019 23:30 UTC. Read More

These Astronomy Photographer of the Year images are out of this world!
Digital Camera World, Science
Jun 17, 2019 23:30 UTC. Read More

Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlist revealed including photo of BIRD-shaped aurora
Mirror Online, Science
Jun 17, 2019 23:30 UTC. Read More

Alleged CPU-Z single-core benchmark scores place Intel Sunny Cove CPUs above more-powerful AMD Matisse processors
Notebookcheck.net, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:06 UTC. Read More

Intel Core vs. AMD Ryzen: Which offers the best bang for buck
PCWorld, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:06 UTC. Read More

AMD says its Ryzen 3000 isn’t just cheaper—it’s better
Ars Technica, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:06 UTC. Read More

$750 AMD Zen 2 CPU Obliterates $2000 Intel CPU in Leaked Benchmarks
Ultragamerz.com, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:06 UTC. Read More

Intel's 10nm Sunny Cove architecture boosts IPC by up to 18 percent
Megagames.com, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 23:06 UTC. Read More

The Oil Price Risk Analysts Are Ignoring
OilPrice.com, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:59 UTC. Read More

US oil settles up 3.8% at $53.90 a barrel on hopes US-China trade talks resume
CNBC, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:59 UTC. Read More

Oil climbs over $1/bbl on U.S.-China trade deal hopes, Mideast tension
Reuters, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:59 UTC. Read More

Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Pressured by Demand Worries, Rising U.S. Shale Production
Yahoo Finance, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:59 UTC. Read More

US will lose its short-term advantage as the global oil market becomes unsteady
Globaltimes.cn, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:59 UTC. Read More

Ragú Recalls Three Flavors of Pasta Sauce
ConsumerReports.org, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:57 UTC. Read More

Ragu recalls pasta sauces that may contain plastic fragments
TODAY, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:57 UTC. Read More

Ragu Pasta Sauce Recall
League of Legends, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:57 UTC. Read More

Pasta, bread flour and breakfast wrap recalls
nbc25news.com, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:57 UTC. Read More

Recall Issued For Certain Ragu Pasta Sauces, El Monterey Burritos
CBS Los Angeles, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:57 UTC. Read More

Watch Scientists Melt a Satellite Part to See How Stuff Burns Up During Reentry
Space.com, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:54 UTC. Read More

Watch a chunk of satellite melt like a marshmallow on fire
CNET, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:54 UTC. Read More

Watch a Satellite Piece Melt Into a Puddle of Metal
Futurism, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:54 UTC. Read More

Melting a satellite, a piece at a time
Phys.Org, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:54 UTC. Read More

Lack of eating disorder training ‘causing preventable deaths’ as patients feel they have to be dangerously underweight to get help
The Independent, Mental Health
Jun 17, 2019 22:40 UTC. Read More

Martian clouds may be born of shredded meteorites
New Atlas, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:39 UTC. Read More

'Meteoric Smoke' Could Be Creating Cotton Candy Clouds on Mars
Geek, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:39 UTC. Read More

Amazon Is Improving the Whole Foods Experience
Yahoo Finance, Business
Jun 17, 2019 22:29 UTC. Read More

MIT researchers taught robots to link senses like sight and touch
The Next Web, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 22:25 UTC. Read More

MIT's new robot can identify things by sight and touch
League of Legends, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 22:25 UTC. Read More

MIT teaches robots to 'feel' objects just by looking at them
CNN, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 22:25 UTC. Read More

MIT built a neural network to understand pizza
The Next Web, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 22:25 UTC. Read More

Distortion-free wide-angle shots might soon be a reality
SlashGear, Technology
Jun 17, 2019 22:25 UTC. Read More

The truth about the healing powers of tumeric
Daily Mail, Health
Jun 17, 2019 22:19 UTC. Read More

NASA's Cassini reveals New Sculpting in Saturn Rings
Science Daily, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:19 UTC. Read More

Cassini Team Delivers New Findings on Saturn's Ring System Planetary Science, Space Exploration
Sci-News.com, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:19 UTC. Read More

NASA Cassini Final Images Reveal Strange Textures in Saturn's Rings That Scientists Can't Explain
Newsweek, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:19 UTC. Read More

Saturn's rings captured in EXQUISITE detail by Cassini probe in final death dive
Mirror Online, Science
Jun 17, 2019 22:19 UTC. Read More

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