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Foxtel has unveiled the updated arrival of Foxtel GO.
Twitter has announced more than 50 premium content deals in the Asia-Pacific region, including 10 new and extended deals in Australia with Seven, SBS, Domain, Sony Music, NRL, Fox Sports and more.
Taxify is rolling out an electric kick scooter service in Paris, and will be looking to launching the service in more cities across Australia and Europe in the coming months.
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Nerial, Devolver Digital and HBO have unveiled Reigns: Game of Thrones.
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