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Open source news roundup for July 24-30, 2016

In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the Wire messaging app, LaunchKit open sourcing its tools, and more.

Open source news roundup for July 24-30, 2016
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Open gaming roundup for July 24-30, 2016

In this week's edition, we take a look at SWORDY, Day of Infamy's Linux debut, and more.

Open gaming roundup for July 24-30, 2016
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The Dollar and Yen experienced sharp change in trend this past week motivated by event risk. Will these trends find momentum, and will key UK and Australian event risk ahead motivate the same for the Pound and Aussie?
The USDollar dropped every day this past week resulting in a 1.4 percent slide and the longest series of daily losses in 15 months. That said, despite the steady tumble – punctuated by Friday’s sharp drop – the Greenback’s fundamentals still confer it a considerable air of authority.
Gold prices snapped a two-week losing streak with the previous metal rallying more than 1.7% to trade at 1346 ahead of the New York close on Friday.
A group of Chinese hacktivists named China 1937CN Team have delayed operations at 21 Vietnamese airports and defaced the website of state-owned Vietnam Airlines.

The cyber-attacks started Friday afternoon, on July 29, and were initially detected at the Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi and Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.

The onshore Yuan (USD/CNY) strengthened against the US Dollar for all five trading days this week, rising by +0.76% during that span of time.
The price of USD/CAD fell back toward the Weekly Pivot Support near 1.31/3000 on Friday when Canada released Support Raw Material Prices, but underwhelming May GDP.

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