Black Ops 3 Zombies Maps Are Now Available To Buy Individually

Coming up on three years after Call of Duty: Black Ops III‘s release in 2015, publisher Activision continues to support the popular shooter. After releasing a surprise new map and mode, the company has announced that all of the game’s Zombies maps can now be purchased individually on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Support for individual purchases will be added to PC soon.

As explained by CharlieIntel, the maps cost $8 each (there are four in all), and they also come with 5 vials of Liquid Divinium per map. Previously, you had to buy entire DLC packs, so this is a nice option to have if you’re after one particular map or another.

The next Call of Duty game is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which is in development at Black Ops creator Treyarch. The game is due out on October 12, which is a month earlier than normal for the Call of Duty series. That timing may have something to do with Red Dead Redemption 2, which arrives on October 28 and is expected to be one of the biggest games of the year.

All the times Cambridge Analytica gave brazenly contradictory accounts of its murky work on Brexit

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  • The Facebook data scandal has all-but confirmed Cambridge Analytica’s shadowy role in the US election, but its involvement in Brexit is even more murky.
  • The company repeatedly claimed it worked with Leave.EU, only to later completely deny any collaboration with Nigel Farage’s Brexit campaign group.
  • Leave.EU executives have also contradicted themselves on the role Cambridge Analytica played in helping it influence voters in Britain.

The Facebook data scandal all-but confirmed a long-held suspicion that Cambridge Analytica (CA) used online voter profiling techniques that may have helped swing the 2016 US election in favour of Donald Trump.

But while questions about CA’s shadowy work in American democracy are being bottomed out, many still linger about the company’s involvement in the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union.

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Sphero app-controlled Star Wars droid is £54 off today

UPDATE 19/03/2018: As part of Amazon UK’s current ‘countdown to Easter’ sale, not only is the R2-D2 version of the Sphero droid back in stock but it’s currently discounted to its cheapest ever price of £69.99. That deal is live for one day and while stock lasts. Grab it while you can.

Original Story: Sphero – a company you may remember as the creator of the obscenely popular smartphone-controlled BB-8 droid a few years ago – has returned with a new batch of miniature buddies, a couple of which are discounted today.

Specifically, the R2-Q5 droid from Sphero is currently discounted to £95.99 down from its original £150 as part of ‘Amazon Innovation Day’, which is apparently a thing that exists. Who knew?

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Alphabet’s Outline lets you run your own self-hosted VPN for free

Jigsaw, an incubator that’s part of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has launched Outline, an open-source virtual private network (VPN) that you can host on your own server at no charge. As an initiative from the human-rights-focused Jigsaw, Outline is being billed as a tool to help journalists securely connect to their newsdesks, sources, media outlets, and the rest of the open internet from anywhere – even from within the borders of countries that censor some sites and block traffic. While you can use other paid services, the benefit of opting for Outline is that you don’t have to worry about…

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