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World Gold Council and GJEPC unveils the “You Are Gold” Campaign that attempts to ingrain gold in the millennial culture through relevant stories that revolve around relationships and milestones that deserve to be cherished with gold. The essence of campaign - every moment that makes you, YOU, deserves to be celebrated with gold - is captured effectively with the phrase 'You are gold'. The campaign infuses a modern meaning in the classic narrative of gold, creating a new age culture that respects and embraces tradition but reinterprets it in contemporary ways – akin to the true millennial approach.
26 Jul 2021
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Design, strategy, and technology are the key assets to simplify, strengthen and transform any business. So, at Fibonalabs, we love to play with technology to unveil the value-oriented processes and craft innovative solutions for each of our clients. From offering world class user experience, product, strategy, and technology, we are here to transform and scale your business with our services. We are a UI UX design agency with a team of innovative thinkers and great problem solvers to bring powerful and resilient digital products to your business. We continuously learn and improve to bring unprecedented levels of customer satisfaction to our clients.
5 Jul 2021
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Just Dance 2022 is an upcoming dance rhythm game developed by Ubisoft. It was unveiled on June 12, 2021, during the Ubisoft Forward E3 press conference as the thirteenth main installment of the series, and is scheduled for release on November 4, 2021, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia. Just Dance 2022 is available now on the Nintendo Switch™ system, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Stadia. Each copy includes a free one-month trial of Just Dance Unlimited, which automatically updates to include the latest content. Just Dance Unlimited allows owners to access more than 700 songs and additional new content implemented all year long, including four massive updates dedicated to specific themes to celebrate iconic moments throughout the year. As with the previous installments of the franchise, players must mimic the on-screen dancer's choreography to a chosen song using either motion controllers or the game's associated smartphone app.
8 Jul 2021
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Back 4 Blood is an upcoming multiplayer survival horror game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is slated for release in June 22, 2021, Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios today revealed a pair of new Back 4 Blood trailers detailing the game’s competitive PvP (player versus player) “Swarm” mode. Revealed today during E3 2021 as part of a discussion with Turtle Rock Studios’ Lead Game Designer, Brandon Yanez, the Back 4 Blood – PvP Gameplay Trailer shows off how this mode compliments the game’s cooperative campaign elements with gut-wrenching action and its own twist on team-based strategy. In Swarm mode, two squads of four will face off against each other in a best-of-three series of rounds as teams swap between playing as the Cleaners and the Ridden. Points are then awarded based on how long the Cleaners can stay alive and endure Ridden attacks, with the team that keeps the clock going the longest as Cleaners winning the match. Also unveiled today, the new Back 4 Blood PvP Playable Ridden Trailer provides a closer look at the different playable Ridden available in Swarm mode. While playing from the Ridden perspective, gamers can choose from nine Ridden variants, including the Tallboy, Bruiser, Crusher, Reeker, Exploder, Retch, Stinger, Hocker and Stalker. Each Ridden type has their own unique abilities that can be upgraded with enhancements called mutations, which can be used collectively to aid the team and help turn the tide as the match progresses. The game has been considered to be the spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, as it is being developed by the creators of the original game, and features largely identical gameplay. The game was announced at The Game Awards 2020, and came nearly a decade after Turtle Rock Studios split from Valve (who published both Left 4 Dead titles and still owns the rights to the franchise).
12 Jul 2021
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Back 4 Blood is an upcoming multiplayer survival horror game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is slated for release in June 22, 2021, Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios today revealed a pair of new Back 4 Blood trailers detailing the game’s competitive PvP (player versus player) “Swarm” mode. Revealed today during E3 2021 as part of a discussion with Turtle Rock Studios’ Lead Game Designer, Brandon Yanez, the Back 4 Blood – PvP Gameplay Trailer shows off how this mode compliments the game’s cooperative campaign elements with gut-wrenching action and its own twist on team-based strategy. In Swarm mode, two squads of four will face off against each other in a best-of-three series of rounds as teams swap between playing as the Cleaners and the Ridden. Points are then awarded based on how long the Cleaners can stay alive and endure Ridden attacks, with the team that keeps the clock going the longest as Cleaners winning the match. Also unveiled today, the new Back 4 Blood PvP Playable Ridden Trailer provides a closer look at the different playable Ridden available in Swarm mode. While playing from the Ridden perspective, gamers can choose from nine Ridden variants, including the Tallboy, Bruiser, Crusher, Reeker, Exploder, Retch, Stinger, Hocker and Stalker. Each Ridden type has their own unique abilities that can be upgraded with enhancements called mutations, which can be used collectively to aid the team and help turn the tide as the match progresses. The game has been considered to be the spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, as it is being developed by the creators of the original game, and features largely identical gameplay. The game was announced at The Game Awards 2020, and came nearly a decade after Turtle Rock Studios split from Valve (who published both Left 4 Dead titles and still owns the rights to the franchise).
12 Jul 2021
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Back 4 Blood is an upcoming multiplayer survival horror game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is slated for release in June 22, 2021, Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios today revealed a pair of new Back 4 Blood trailers detailing the game’s competitive PvP (player versus player) “Swarm” mode. Revealed today during E3 2021 as part of a discussion with Turtle Rock Studios’ Lead Game Designer, Brandon Yanez, the Back 4 Blood – PvP Gameplay Trailer shows off how this mode compliments the game’s cooperative campaign elements with gut-wrenching action and its own twist on team-based strategy. In Swarm mode, two squads of four will face off against each other in a best-of-three series of rounds as teams swap between playing as the Cleaners and the Ridden. Points are then awarded based on how long the Cleaners can stay alive and endure Ridden attacks, with the team that keeps the clock going the longest as Cleaners winning the match. Also unveiled today, the new Back 4 Blood PvP Playable Ridden Trailer provides a closer look at the different playable Ridden available in Swarm mode. While playing from the Ridden perspective, gamers can choose from nine Ridden variants, including the Tallboy, Bruiser, Crusher, Reeker, Exploder, Retch, Stinger, Hocker and Stalker. Each Ridden type has their own unique abilities that can be upgraded with enhancements called mutations, which can be used collectively to aid the team and help turn the tide as the match progresses. The game has been considered to be the spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, as it is being developed by the creators of the original game, and features largely identical gameplay. The game was announced at The Game Awards 2020, and came nearly a decade after Turtle Rock Studios split from Valve (who published both Left 4 Dead titles and still owns the rights to the franchise).
12 Jul 2021
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Do you hear that trumpeting in the distance? Here comes Parasaurolophus, stampeding into Beasts of Bermuda with its brand new remodel, sounds, and animations, just in time for the unveiling of the deity shrines! Players can now sacrifice their dinosaurs to a shrine to bring back a deceased creature, but beware: death takes its toll! Try out the new mechanic today! Beasts of Bermuda is an Early Access, online, multiplayer, PC survival game where you play as a dinosaur from the Mesozoic Era. Your goal is to survive in a harsh player-based ecosystem, growing and adapting to your environment. The game is currently available on Steam. Music: Cjbeards - Fire and Thunder Producer: Tserra Featuring: Kari, ARI, Mizuki, Keily, Olivia, Shinda, Kimiko, Victor_27
16 Jul 2021
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Back 4 Blood is an upcoming multiplayer survival horror game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is slated for release in June 22, 2021, Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios today revealed a pair of new Back 4 Blood trailers detailing the game’s competitive PvP (player versus player) “Swarm” mode. Revealed today during E3 2021 as part of a discussion with Turtle Rock Studios’ Lead Game Designer, Brandon Yanez, the Back 4 Blood – PvP Gameplay Trailer shows off how this mode compliments the game’s cooperative campaign elements with gut-wrenching action and its own twist on team-based strategy. In Swarm mode, two squads of four will face off against each other in a best-of-three series of rounds as teams swap between playing as the Cleaners and the Ridden. Points are then awarded based on how long the Cleaners can stay alive and endure Ridden attacks, with the team that keeps the clock going the longest as Cleaners winning the match. Also unveiled today, the new Back 4 Blood PvP Playable Ridden Trailer provides a closer look at the different playable Ridden available in Swarm mode. While playing from the Ridden perspective, gamers can choose from nine Ridden variants, including the Tallboy, Bruiser, Crusher, Reeker, Exploder, Retch, Stinger, Hocker and Stalker. Each Ridden type has their own unique abilities that can be upgraded with enhancements called mutations, which can be used collectively to aid the team and help turn the tide as the match progresses. The game has been considered to be the spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, as it is being developed by the creators of the original game, and features largely identical gameplay. The game was announced at The Game Awards 2020, and came nearly a decade after Turtle Rock Studios split from Valve (who published both Left 4 Dead titles and still owns the rights to the franchise).
16 Jul 2021
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2008 Honda Accord Coupe Concept Unveiled !
10 Jan 2007
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New Superjet 100 unveiled in Russia
2 Oct 2007
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FujiFilm Unveils the Finepix Z10FD, The First...
4 Jan 2008
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*******www.disclose.tv/viewvideo/5650/ Magnetic hybrid motorbike unveiled in Japan Truth revealed by *******www.disclose.tv
17 Jul 2008
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The Nikon D700 was officially unveiled in Hong Kong yesterday, July 16th 2008 and we were on hand to check out this latest gem from Nikon. More at *******www.digitalrev****
23 Oct 2008
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Hyundai unveils the RMR Genesis Coupe and a 460 HP supercharged Genesis Sedan.
8 Nov 2008
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Even jaded New Yorkers got a taste of the impossible made real last night as―Hangover‖ actress Heather Graham unveiled the extraordinary Spider Silk exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History (―AMNH‖) at an intimate and private reception honoring Simon Peers and Nicholas Godley, the dreamweavers behind the one of a kind textile made from the silk of more than a million spiders. Read the New York Times articel: *******www.nytimes****/2009/09/23/arts/design/23spiders.html?hp Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Sep 2009
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