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Furthermore, the Xbox One will also feature an Ultra HD Blu-Ray drive that supports 4K. Xbox One X is built for true 4K gaming. The product is said to be the world's most powerful console according to Microsoft and will bring a new era of immersive 4K gaming and 4K entertainment to local gamers.
  • Android 8.1 now shows you how fast public Wi-Fi networks are

    Android 8.1 now shows you how fast public Wi-Fi networks are

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    Device owners will also be able to choose whether the labels are shown by enabling/disabling the feature within the Wi-Fi settings menu. Any device running on Android 8 .1 will soon display speed labels for open Wi-Fi networks, ranging from " slow " to " very fast ".
  • Facebook 'Can't Guarantee' that Social Media Is Good For Democracy

    Facebook 'Can't Guarantee' that Social Media Is Good For Democracy

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    And they remain a work in progress, not only because of new entrants, but also because the not-so-new ones (including Facebook ) continue to evolve". They also need to be able to convey it to others. The social media company turned over all information to special counsel Robert Mueller, that included copies of the ads and the identity of the purchasers.
  • Facebook to open major European digital training hubs

    Facebook to open major European digital training hubs

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    Courses will be available online and in-person, with the business-focused classes exploring ways to increase their digital footprint and reach more customers. Depending on their skill set, participants could learn skills ranging from how to open an online bank account to how to code, the post said. These will run in partnership with local organisations, offering training in digital skills, media literacy and online safety to underrepresented groups - including the elderly, refugees, and others ...
  • 'Super Blue Blood Moon' is coming on January 31

    'Super Blue Blood Moon' is coming on January 31

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    Regardless, it's a rare event. As January 2018 already had its first full moon on the first day of the year, and will have its second one on January 31, hence, the blue moon . The super blue blood moon will be visible early Wednesday, January 31 for people in the US. However, you'll have a further hour and four minutes to view the partial eclipse, which will last until 7.11pm, as the moon comes out of Earth's shadow.
  • Inch iPhone X With LCD Display Coming Later This Year

    Inch iPhone X With LCD Display Coming Later This Year

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    According to reports , KGI anticipates that the company will announce a successor to the iPhone X that will have a slightly bigger display measuring 6.1 inches along with an " iPhone X Plus " with a 6.5-inch screen. Kuo says that after these devices launch, Apple's "real super cycle" will kick in. Face ID is apparently going to be utilized on all of them, potentially replacing Touch ID for good.
  • New Xiaomi Mi7 Leak Confirm Glass Back, Dual Camera and Wireless Charging

    New Xiaomi Mi7 Leak Confirm Glass Back, Dual Camera and Wireless Charging

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    Xiaomi is expected to launch its flagship smartphone for the year called the Xiaomi Mi 7 . The leaked renders were shared by SlashLeaks and it shows the device in a silicon case. The front side it also rumored to have a 16MP camera . The Mi A1 has a metal body design and features a USB Type-C port, fingerprint scanner, headphone jack, and IR blaster.
  • Unfortunately, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy can't launch while government is shutdown

    Unfortunately, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy can't launch while government is shutdown

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    SpaceX hit an unexpected roadblock on its journey to launch the world's most powerful rocket . The suspension of all non-essential U.S. government services that began on Saturday, January 20, will prevent the U.S. Loren Grush at The Verge reports that while SpaceX originally thought its operations would continue during the shutdown, the lack of support from the Air Force's 45th Space Wing means that the company can not proceed with the static fire.
  • First Ford Mustang Bullitt Auctioned Off At $300000

    First Ford Mustang Bullitt Auctioned Off At $300000

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    The organization was founded in 1907 and was instrumental in giving at-risk kids a fighting chance in life. Leno also got a chance to drive the new 2019 Bullitt Mustang tribute auto, and concluded that the new vehicle still gives you the same feeling you get from the movie.
  • Apple may be close to launching its HomePod speaker

    Apple may be close to launching its HomePod speaker

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    This is according to a tweet by iHelp BR's Filipe Esposito in which he discovered new icons in the latest iOS 11 beta. Although Apple hasn't confirmed if HomePod will support more than one user, Espósito has shared references that indicate the speaker will distinguish between different voices to service multiple accounts as well as indications that two HomePod speakers can be paired together for stereo sound.
  • Apple joins Malala Fund to empower girls in India, world

    Apple joins Malala Fund to empower girls in India, world

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    The Fund is led by Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai , and works to help girls get an education. They targeted her because she repeatedly spoke about the challenges of trying to attain a good education. Yousafzai underwent surgery in the United Kingdom and, since then, she has become a global figurehead in the fight for girls' rights to education. For processing out the same with success, CEO Tim Cook will join the leadership council of the organization.
  • Overwatch Pro League Player Suspended after a Homophobic Insult

    Overwatch Pro League Player Suspended after a Homophobic Insult

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    Felix Lengyel, aka xQc of the Dallas Fuel , has been fined $2,000 and suspended for four games by the league. Wilmot said in his own stream that he wasn't bothered by the remark, although he had some choice words for Lengyel, describing him as "someone who can't even get off the bench, and who's also a homophobic piece of garbage".
  • Apple to pay $38 bn tax on overseas cash

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    Combining the new investments and current spending with U.S. suppliers, Apple estimated it would contribute US$350 billion to the United States economy over the next five years, the newspaper said . The tech firm increases its advance manufacturing fund from $1 to $ 5 billion . According to provisions in the new tax law, companies are required to pay a one-time tax on foreign-held income-regardless of whether they choose to bring that money back to the United States or not.
  • Apple confirms an update will disable throttling

    Apple confirms an update will disable throttling

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    Tim Cook says a future iOS update will give older iPhone users the option to disable Apple's ramping down of performance, which Apple claimed was done to improve power management and prevent unexpected shutdowns in many iPhone 6 models.
  • First Fragments of Michigan Meteor Found

    First Fragments of Michigan Meteor Found

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    Ward and his team used scientific data to hunt down the meteor fragments. "Meteorites are extraordinarily rare and the world is just coming to terms with how special they are". Chances are, it isnt a meteorite, says John Zawiskie, curator of earth and life sciences at Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills. Together with his team, Ward headed to a frozen park last Thursday where he spotted three meteorites in less than four hours.
  • Rocket Lab launches second successful flight

    Rocket Lab launches second successful flight

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    In its successful launch yesterday, the company initially said it had reached stage separation, before tweeting the rocket had successfully made it to orbit. The company is also slated to launch a lunar lander for the company Moon Express , which hopes to mine the Moon for resources someday. The first successful flight was carried out on 25 May previous year.
  • Amazon's cashier-free grocery store finally opens to the public tomorrow

    Amazon's cashier-free grocery store finally opens to the public tomorrow

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    Gianna Puerini, vice president of Amazon Go, said in an interview that the store worked very well throughout the test phase, thanks to four years of prior legwork. Can not get easier than that. The technology uses a combination of machine learning, computer vision, deep learning algorithms and sensor fusion that Amazon says is similar to what you'd find in self-driving cars.
  • Here's Why 'Monster Hunter World' Isn't Releasing On Nintendo Switch

    Here's Why 'Monster Hunter World' Isn't Releasing On Nintendo Switch

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    It would be great if we could someday but it's not realistic at the moment". While this special edition console is yet another in a long line for Sony - there were at least four a year ago (at least) - the upside for this generation is that you're actually getting a high-end PlayStation 4 in the PS4 Pro , making it compatible with 4K, something the standard PlayStation 4 doesn't get, and especially notable when Sony's limited editions are generally based on the standard PlayStation 4.
  • Mizuho Reiterates Buy Rating for NVIDIA (NVDA)

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    Following some medium-term indicators on shares of NVIDIA Corporation ( NVDA ), we can see that the 40-day commodity channel index signal is presently Buy while the 50-day Parabolic SAR generates a Buy signal. NVDA's profit will be $696.90M for 50.15 P/E if the $1.15 EPS becomes a reality. After $1.33 actual earnings per share reported by NVIDIA Corporation for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -13.53% negative EPS growth.
  • Apple announces $350 billion investment in the US

    Apple announces $350 billion investment in the US

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    The one-time repatriation tax allows companies to free up cash previously held overseas. "Great to see Apple follow through as a result of TAX CUTS", he tweeted. Details on where the new campus will be, are expected to be unveiled later in 2018. This basically made Apple the first major US company to act on the recent tax cuts in a way that directly influenced the country's economy and employment numbers.
  • Apple's 2018 iPhone 11 line-up looks like it'll feature three phones

    Apple's 2018 iPhone 11 line-up looks like it'll feature three phones

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    According to the well-informed KGI securities , Apple is plotting a trio of full-screen devices, starting with a 5.8-inch (458ppi) OLED device , just like the current iPhone X . For now, tech industry watchers are looking at the 15 to 16 million figure and the screen size, and are thinking that these displays will be for an upcoming top-end iPhone model that even Apple will only be able to sell limited quantities of.
  • Apple Plans to Hire 20000 Workers Over the Next Five Years

    Apple Plans to Hire 20000 Workers Over the Next Five Years

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    Nearly immediately after the bill was passed, a handful of companies gave Republicans a leg up on messaging when they announced that they'd dole out raises and bonuses . The one-time repatriation tax allows companies to free up cash previously held overseas. "And we like the repatriation agreement on the corporate tax side, and we're going to bring the vast majority of it here", he said.
  • All-seeing blood test for cancer a step closer

    All-seeing blood test for cancer a step closer

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    The blood test is known as CancerSEEK . Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in the USA announced they had developed the single blood test which can screen for the multiple forms of cancer. To check the false-positive rate of the blood test, the scientists examined 812 people who had not been diagnosed with cancer, and their blood test showed that only seven people had a false detection of cancer.
  • Greek scientist created a diagnosis test of 8 types of cancer

    Greek scientist created a diagnosis test of 8 types of cancer

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    The ultimate goal of the scientists is to have a blood test that everybody will do every year, as is the case with mammograms in women, so that any cancer can be diagnosed early enough to increase the likelihood of cure and survival. The researchers note that larger studies will now be needed to further determine the efficacy of CancerSEEK as a routine screening test for cancer, and such studies are in the pipeline.
  • A Warm & Sunny Sunday Before A Rainy Monday

    A Warm & Sunny Sunday Before A Rainy Monday

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    Temperatures will fall Tuesday , but numbers should still be close to normal or even slightly above that mark. While it will still be breezy Friday , temperatures climb back into the 50s with the help of wall to wall sunshine. Rain chances will also return on Sunday with a light chance of isolated thunderstorms. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees, but clouds will be on the increase as a front approaches.
  • Trump reauthorizes warrantless foreign surveillance program

    Trump reauthorizes warrantless foreign surveillance program

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    US President Donald Trump said in a statement he has signed a bill that reauthorizes a section of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) but stressed it was not the same law abused during the election. Without Trump's signature, Section 702 had been set to expire on Friday, though intelligence officials had said the surveillance program could continue to operate until April.
  • Trump labels shutdown a 'present' from Democrats

    Trump labels shutdown a 'present' from Democrats

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    But during those shutdowns , no government employees were sent home without pay, known as being on furlough. This is part of the Democrats strategy to force President Trump and the Republicans to negotiate with them on illegal immigrants who are facing deportation.
  • Super blue moon on January 31 will mark last of trilogy

    Super blue moon on January 31 will mark last of trilogy

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    Given the rare occurrence of this Super Blue Moon Eclipse, you have a strong reason to ditch your gym and head outside for a night run on 31 January. The shadow created by the Earth's atmosphere, which extends 50 miles above the surface, is known as the penumbra. A new moon happens every 29.5 days - when the side of the moon facing the Earth is in total darknessWhat is a new moon? The grand finale of events is a lunar eclipse .
  • Astronauts reassigned in surprise crew shuffle

    Astronauts reassigned in surprise crew shuffle

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    Astronaut Jeanette Epps , a Syracuse native, was supposed to rocket away in early June, and would have been the first African-American to live on the International Space Station. Fellow African American astronauts have visited the station on missions, including Robert Curbeam, Alvin Drew, Joan Higginbotham, Leland Melvin, Robert Satcher and Stephanie Wilson, but none have lived there.
  • Apple's redesigned desktop App Store takes a page from iOS 11

    Apple's redesigned desktop App Store takes a page from iOS 11

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    And, it nearly started to look a bit outdated. The new redesign replaces the dated and clunky interface that previously housed the App Store on the web ... In addition, some developers have started to display screenshots of their apps in action taken with the iPhone X . However, in case of screenshots from apps that are not yet optimised for the iPhone X, Apple still shows screenshots from the older iPhones.
  • Amid US Blackmail, Belgium Donates $23M to Palestinian Refugees

    Amid US Blackmail, Belgium Donates $23M to Palestinian Refugees

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    The UN agency for Palestinian refugees warned on Wednesday it faced its worst funding crisis ever after the White House froze tens of millions of dollars in contributions, a move Palestinian leaders decried as cruel and blatantly biased. Even if Washington provided the additional $65 million, the $125 million total would be well below the $355 million that a US official said it gave UNRWA in the 2017 fiscal year ended September 30.
  • Aly Raisman's Impact Statement Made The Courtroom Burst Into Applause

    Aly Raisman's Impact Statement Made The Courtroom Burst Into Applause

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    A statement from legislators says the senate has "lost confidence" in Simon's abilities to lead the university. "We're dealing with real lives and the future of our sport". "It has caused me to feel shame and confusion". "The things I had to endure to get there were unnecessary and disgusting". Don't talk about it because you're going to tip off the investigation.' So I didn't want to jeopardize anything.
  • WhatsApp launches 'Business' app for SMEs

    WhatsApp launches 'Business' app for SMEs

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    Small business owners can use the app to set up a profile with useful information people might need, including a company description, email, store address, and website. Businesses will also be able to send and receive messages through WhatsApp's desktop site. Usual users can continue using their Whatsapp standard version.
  • The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS had a Very Strong Holiday Season

    The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS had a Very Strong Holiday Season

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    According to Nintendo, citing NPD Group sales estimates, the company sold more than 750,000 2DS and 3DS systems in the United States during the month of December. It is setting new sales record for Nintendo which should prove to be good news for them after the lackluster sale of the Nintendo Wii U. Games like Super Mario Odyssey , Mario Kart 8 Deluxe , Breath of the Wild, and Splatoon 2 were high on the charts as well, taking the third, fourth, ninth, and sixteenth spots respectively.
  • Apple and Google charter buses vandalized on highway

    Apple and Google charter buses vandalized on highway

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    No one was injured , FOX KTVU reported . "It's not like they are hidden", Montiel told The Guardian . The shuttles do not have identifiable markings on them such as logos to indicate which company charters them but they are still recognizable by their colors.
  • Tide PODs: a 'forbidden fruit'

    Tide PODs: a 'forbidden fruit'

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    Subscribe to Brainstorm Health Daily , our newsletter about the most exciting health innovations. YouTube has released a statement in response to people posting videos of themselves eating laundry detergent. "Human people united against eating laundry pods", a Facebook post from the commission reads. In 2012, Procter & Gamble released Tide Pod laundry detergent packs and soon after, reports revealed an increase in calls to poison control centres because thousands of children were ...
  • Galaxy On7 Prime With Samsung Mall Price starts at Rs 12990

    Galaxy On7 Prime With Samsung Mall Price starts at Rs 12990

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    Another notable takeaway from the Galaxy S9 and S9+ concept images is the inclusion of a headphone jack at the bottom of the phone. We believe the S9 will land in a similar ballpark. There's also a bumper 3,300mAh battery which, according to the company, is capable of lasting a day in a single charge. The back of the smartphone has been kept fairly minimal, with only the camera , LED flash, and Samsung branding visible.
  • Even Without El Niño, Earth Keeps Warming

    Even Without El Niño, Earth Keeps Warming

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    In November 2017, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that the year was likely to rank second hottest, noting that average global temperatures from January to September peaked above preindustrial levels by 1.98 degrees F (1.1 degrees C), Live Science previously reported .
  • Mamata urges people to extend cooperation to businessmen

    Mamata urges people to extend cooperation to businessmen

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    He also said Jio will work on empowering small retailers with digital tools. "We run the largest network of ports in the country". Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday said the Jio network will cover 100 percent of West Bengal's population by December 2018 and also committed over Rs 5,000 crore of investments in the state for non-Jio businesses in the next three years.