• Samsung Galaxy S8 to be released April 21, predicted with slower sales
Samsung Galaxy S8 to be released April 21, predicted with slower sales

Removing the home button from the front of the phone is likely to have one unfortunate outcome, though. While most devices are expected to be equipped with 4GB RAM, China and Korea could see Samsung Galaxy S8 release with 6GB RAM. On a related note, Samsung is also reportedly working on a refurbished Galaxy Note 7 that sports the code name ...

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  • Nissan Versa: Recall Alert
Nissan Versa: Recall Alert

As part of that recall more than 600,000 Nissan Sentra vehicles manufactured from 2013 to 2016 were deemed unfit to drive because their side airbags could allegedly deploy when they were not meant to. "However, if another occupant is still seated in the vehicle, and the vehicle ignition is in the "on" or "start" position, the inadvertent curtain an...

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  • Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:AUPH)
Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:AUPH)

The current share price indicate that stock is 0.58% away from its one year high and is moving 156.65% ahead of its 52-week low. The research report and subsequent rating should be used to complement individual homework and strategy. where they believe that the company has the potential to earn average revenue of $80 Million for the current quarter...

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  • Fed names first African-American regional president
Fed names first African-American regional president

Bostic is now the Judith and John Bedrosian Chair in Governance and the Public Enterprise at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California (USC), a position he has held since 2012. He previously served as assistant secretary for policy at the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Obama administration an...

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  • Kellyanne Conway Insists Obama Could've Spied On Trump With A Microwave
Kellyanne Conway Insists Obama Could've Spied On Trump With A Microwave

So Conway wasn't totally freelancing here, and she seemed to be riffing off something she had read in the news. Conway told several networks Monday she had "no evidence" for her claims in a Bergen Record interview suggesting that microwaves and smart TVs could have been involved in Trump Tower surveillance.

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  • Environmental Activists vandalize Trump golf course with 'gardening tools'
Environmental Activists vandalize Trump golf course with 'gardening tools'

Now, following EPA chief Scott Pruitt's public dezinformatsiya on climate change , and a host of other Trump administration actions on the topic , a group of activists has dug a message into the course for the American president to see.

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  • Trump open to tweaking Republican health care bill
Trump open to tweaking Republican health care bill

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he fully expects the CBO analysis, set to be released as early as Monday, to find less coverage since the GOP plan eliminates the government requirement to be insured. 'Well it turns out so expensive, it's nearly not socialism when you think about it, ' Trump said. "The mandate and penalties were less effective in m...

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  • Facebook warns developers against using data for 'surveillance'
Facebook warns developers against using data for 'surveillance'

Facebook decided to make this move following several incidents where it had to take "enforcement action" against third-party developers that had data access. Facebook took steps to make it clear to developers that data from the social network can not be used for the purposes of surveillance. Police departments across the USA have collectively s...

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  • Agency's analysis of Republican health bill may sharpen resistance to measure
Agency's analysis of Republican health bill may sharpen resistance to measure

Prior administrations, both Republican and Democratic, steered clear of attacking the credibility of the agency, which many lawmakers regard as a neutral arbiter. Pressed to provide an estimate of the number of people who would lose coverage if his bill became law, the Wisconsin Republican said, "It's up to people".

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  • New bill to repeal, replace Obamacare titled 'World's Greatest Healthcare Plan'
New bill to repeal, replace Obamacare titled 'World's Greatest Healthcare Plan'

A flaw of the Republican plan is that its goal is not entirely the formation of a health care plan. Staunch conservatives such as the Koch Brothers, Heritage Foundation and Cato Institute are among its harshest critics. The road to passage may get rockier after the Congressional Budget Office weighs in on the cost of the legislation. "We'd be a...

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  • Gold Coast 2018 Queen's Baton Relay launched at Buckingham Palace
Gold Coast 2018 Queen's Baton Relay launched at Buckingham Palace

LOCAL legends are being called on to carry the Queen's Baton in Kerang and Murrabit as it prepares to host the Queen's Baton Relay. But she hasn't left the widely anticipated occasion without royal representation: Prince William and Prince Harry are slated to attend this year's games, as each nation represented in the Commonwealth takes part in t...

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  • Features, Details, And Spec Reveals; Pro 5 Might Outperform iPad Pro 2?
Features, Details, And Spec Reveals; Pro 5 Might Outperform iPad Pro 2?

Since the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 i5 now $200 cheaper this month and $100 off last month, it might be one sign of resolution of eliminating the Surface Pro 4 stock to make a space for the upcoming Surface Pro model. But with the big Windows 10 update coming this April, many have speculated that it's likely the date that Microsoft will unveil it...

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  • Boaty McBoatface Gets Set For Its First Antarctic Expedition
Boaty McBoatface Gets Set For Its First Antarctic Expedition

However, Science Minister Jo Johnson was not keen on christening the new £200 million ship Boaty McBoatface, and named it after famous naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough . "One of the most surprising features of the climate change that we are now experiencing is that the abyssal waters of the world ocean have been warming steadily o...

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  • Google experiments with communal YouTube-watching with new app Uptime ars_ab.settitle(1057811)
Google experiments with communal YouTube-watching with new app Uptime ars_ab.settitle(1057811)

Uptime is essentially its own little social network that's centered around discovering and watching YouTube videos with people that you follow. While watching a video, the profile icons of people watching the video float across the screen and you can comment or post emoji.

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  • Rocket League adds
Rocket League adds "Dropshot" mode on March 22

Launching March 22, Dropshot takes place in a new hexagonal arena known as 'Core 707.' Regular goalposts are nowhere to be found in the new stadium, so players must create their own dynamic scoring areas by using an electrified ball to break and eventually open the floor on their opponent's side.

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  • 'Game of Thrones' bosses say they won't be involved in any spinoff
'Game of Thrones' bosses say they won't be involved in any spinoff

He'll join previous musical visitors to Westeros, including Coldplay's Will Champion , who played at the Red Wedding, and Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody , who led a singalong in the fourth season. Weiss . Furthermore, Ed Sheeran's fans are delightful over the news that the actor is finally guesting in the "Game of Thrones" Season 7, Vanity Fair ...

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  • Wozniacki disappointed with Sharapova wildcard
Wozniacki disappointed with Sharapova wildcard

Now serving a provisional suspension, Sharapova is set to make her comeback following a doping ban on April 26 at the tennis tournament in Stuttgart. "As both a former Grand Slam champion and WTA Finals victor, Sharapova may request and receive an unlimited number of wildcard nominations, including the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix (in Stuttgart), wh...

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  • Daylight time: Are some people more sensitive to time changes?
Daylight time: Are some people more sensitive to time changes?

Fire safety experts also strongly encourage you to change out the batteries on your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend. It's time to say goodbye to the snow and jackets as spring time approaches and Daylight Savings Time 2016 stars in the United States of America.

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  • Intel buying autonomous vehicle tech company Mobileye for $15.3bn
Intel buying autonomous vehicle tech company Mobileye for $15.3bn

The deal should be announced by the end of the day. Mobileye N.V.is engaged in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localization and mapping for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies.

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  • Malala likely to get admission in Oxford after completing A-levels
Malala likely to get admission in Oxford after completing A-levels

In her A-level exams this summer, she will have to get three As, so like everyone else she has to revise very hard. But she confirmed that after taking her A Levels in history, maths, religious studies and geography, she plans to complete her education in Britain.

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  • Google launches #myAndroid Taste Test to help you customize your device
Google launches #myAndroid Taste Test to help you customize your device

If you are exhausted of your old and boring home screen that you've carried around through numerous smartphone upgrades, Google says that the Taste Test will help you to "find the home screen of your dreams". The test will ask you a handful of questions, like "Patterned or random" and "Animated or static", that it wants you to answer quickly. ...

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  • Falcon 9 for Echostar 23 conducts static fire test
Falcon 9 for Echostar 23 conducts static fire test

The Sept. 1 explosion damaged SpaceX's primary Florida launch pad - Complex 40 - forcing the company to relocate launch operations to nearby pad 39A, a site which hosted liftoffs of Saturn 5 moon rockets and space shuttle missions until it was decommissioned in 2011.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 to boast of facial recognition, come in violet color
Samsung Galaxy S8 to boast of facial recognition, come in violet color

His images show the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ next to devices like the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Galaxy S6, and Galaxy Note 7. Still, that the Nougat rollout for S6 devices has already started in Europe has to be a good sign for the folks in the US hoping they will not have to wait that much longer to gain access to this downloadable as well .

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  • Samsung Breaks Tradition With The Galaxy S8
Samsung Breaks Tradition With The Galaxy S8

For those who've wondered what a frameless phone would look like in their hands, the Samsung Galaxy S8 gets closest to that imagination for now, courtesy of that dual-edge, curved, Super Amoled display . Samsung's new devices are said to be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor , along with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage . This is the...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Turned Back On Pure Android
Samsung Galaxy S6 Turned Back On Pure Android

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is incredibly made for you that is thin and light you could take it anywhere. It is believed that the Galaxy S8 may feature 6GB of memory, although other reports suggest that Samsung will only include 4GB. What's new is that Samsung has reportedly switched its subpixel arrangement format from Diamond PenTile to Standard ...

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  • NASA releases our first look at TRAPPIST-1 planets
NASA releases our first look at TRAPPIST-1 planets

Following after the recent revelation made by NASA about the discovery the new seven Earth-like planets, dubbed as TRAPPIST-1 start system, experts say that these while planets appear to be rocky, it also has a life-friendly surface temperatures, which is seen to have the potential in harboring liquid water.

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  • Spicer's tweets on jobs report may have violated federal rules
Spicer's tweets on jobs report may have violated federal rules

On March 4, Trump unleashed tweets claiming former President Barack Obama had his phones tapped. Weakness in the retail sector was more than offset by strong recruitment in manufacturing, construction and mining - sectors the President had always targeted in his pitch to voters.

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  • South Korea's Park leaves presidential palace after impeachment
South Korea's Park leaves presidential palace after impeachment

Park had come under fire for supposedly staying in her residence, instead of the presidential office building, on the day of the accident which left more than 300 dead or missing. "The China-South Korea relations probably could be repaired to some degree, but can never be as close as at the beginning of Park's term", he said.

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  • Is BJP Cobbling Together A Government In Goa?
Is BJP Cobbling Together A Government In Goa?

Political analysts see the results as a setback for the BJP and a mandate for the Congress. The BJP's efforts to cobble up a majority to form the government in Goa got a boost as the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) said it would extend support to the saffron party if Parrikar is appointed as the chief minister.

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  • White House assails Central Intelligence Agency for 'outdated systems' after hacking tools are leaked
White House assails Central Intelligence Agency for 'outdated systems' after hacking tools are leaked

To add further woes to the United States intelligence community and government, Wikileaks has said that this leak makes up just 0.1pc of the total files they have. "It's quite an unlikely collaboration considering that in the past WikiLeaks has been a harsh critic of Google and Facebook ", Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela, reporting from outside Ec...

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