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China is committed to peace but will not give up "even one inch" of territory, President Xi Jinping has said, after talks with visiting US Defence Secretary James Mattis.

Tensions between both countries are mounting over trade hostilities and China's increasingly assertive claims to territory in the South China Sea.

Mr Mattis is the first Pentagon chief to visit China since 2014.

He is on a trip across Asia, meeting several regional US allies.

Mr Mattis said his talks with Mr Xi and other officials in Beijing on Wednesday had been "very, very" good, adding that the US was assigning a "high degree of importance to the military relationship" with China.

Mr Xi added that China had peaceful intentions, but reasserted his view that there would be no concessions from China about what it considers to be Chinese territory.

"We cannot lose even one inch of the territory left behind by our ancestors," Mr Xi said, according to Chinese state media. "What is other people's we do not want at all."

The US has repeatedly criticised China's movements in the South China Sea, accusing it of intimidating its neighbours and militarising the area, by building up facilities on artificial islands.

Several countries have competing claims in the disputed sea, but China claims the largest portion of territory, saying its rights go back centuries.

The area is a major shipping route, and a rich fishing ground, and is thought to have abundant oil and gas reserves.

The defence secretary's Asia tour comes after a historic summit in Singapore which saw US President Donald Trump meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un .

On Thursday, Mr Mattis travelled on to South Korea and met the country's defence minister Song Young-moo.

Mr Mattis sought to reassure Seoul that the US's commitment to the region's security remained "ironclad".

He said Mr Trump's recent decision to suspend military drills with South Korea would create "increased opportunity for our diplomats to negotiate, increasing prospects for a peaceful solution on the peninsula".

President Trump's move to cancel the joint military exercises, following his meeting with Mr Kim, was seen as a big concession to North Korea and appeared to take US allies in the region by surprise.

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Intuit QuickBooks Online offers a range of features for all types of small businesses. This includes freelancers, consultants, online merchants, store and restaurant owners, service providers and more. Whether you're just starting out, expanding or have an established business, QuickBooks Online is packed with basic and advanced features to meet your accounting needs. [Go for a full review of QuickBooks Online accounting software.]

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Mac users often grapple with the issue of software that is stripped down or is less intuitive than its Windows counterpart. Xero's cloud-based accounting software, which is available for both PC and Mac, is a full-featured solution that doesn't compromise on features or ease of use just because you're using a Mac. It can help you save time and simplify accounting by automating tasks and integrating with more than 600 apps. Xero also comes with 24/7 email and live chat support and outbound phone assistance at no extra cost. [Go for a full review of Xero accounting software.]

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Really small businesses need really simple accounting software. Zoho Books offers all of the basic features microbusinesses need as well as advanced tools and integrations so you can continue using the software as your business grows. Furthermore, compared with other accounting software for really small businesses, Zoho Books has the best price for all of its capabilities. [Go for a full review of Zoho Books.]

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Sony is the only roadblock to cross-play, and the pressure is mounting.

Sean Hollister

Sony doesn't want you to play with your Xbox or Switch friends -- and Fallout 76 cross-play is the latest casualty.

Bethesda's Todd Howard told GameStar.de last week that though he'd like to let you experience the first online multiplayer Fallout game with friends across PS4, Xbox and PC, Sony won't let it happen.

"You cannot do cross-play in 76," he told the publication in a video interview. "We'd really love that but right now we can't."

When GameStar asked why, the answer was remarkably candid: "Sony is not as helpful as everyone would like," he said.

Very few game developers have been willing to go on the record and say that Sony's selfish business decision is the only barrier to playing games across PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC, but the tide is beginning to turn.

First, there was Rocket League.

"We're literally at the point where all we need is the go-ahead on the Sony side and we can, in less than a business day, turn it on and have it up and working, no problem. It'd literally take a few hours to propagate throughout the whole world, so really we're just waiting on the permission to do so," Rocket League VP Jeremy Dunham told IGN in 2016.

Then gaming phenomenon Fortnite showed us just how annoying Sony's policy could be -- when gamers discovered they couldn't log into the Nintendo Switch version if they'd *ever* linked their Epic Games account to a PS4 in the past, much less play with others. That was two weeks ago.

Next, Minecraft drove the message home with an ad that showed Microsoft and Nintendo teaming up to play "better together" -- throwing Sony under the bus yet again, just over a week ago.

The pressure may be getting to Sony -- which gets hammered after every new announcement by gamers who want cross-play.

On Wednesday, PlayStation America CEO Shawn Layden said that Sony is "looking at a lot of the possibilities," but didn't make any promises. Fallout 76 director Todd Howard ended his comment by saying, "We'll see what happens in the future."

According to a now-deleted tweet (cache) from former Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley, money's the reason why Sony isn't playing ball: "They didn't like someone buying something on an Xbox and it being used on a PlayStation. Simple as that," he wrote.

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