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Galaxy S8 rumoured to include 3D Touch-style pressure-sensitive display

The company will apparently launch the Galaxy S8 with a 5.7-inch display while the Galaxy S8 Plus will feature a 6.2-inch display, the report says. Media reports suggest that two models of S8 will be released next year.According to Evan Blass tweet , Samsung will number Galaxy S8 models, SM-G950 and SM-G955 while, Note will have SM-N950.

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Moon brighter than it's appeared in 68 years

Across the global dateline in New Zealand, it was to reach its brightest after midnight Tuesday local time. According to NASA the moon will come even closer in 2034, within 221,485 miles of Earth. Moon as seen from Patna on November 14, 2016.Hundreds of visitors, science enthusiasts, and amateur astronomers gathered at the Sri Krishna Science Center in Patna where they were given a special treat to observe the moon through a a very powerful special electronic telescope.

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Super Mario Run launch date on Apple lifts Nintendo shares

Are you a Mario Brothers fan? Super Mario Run marks the first time Nintendo's popular franchise is appearing on a smartphone. Our beloved Super Mario is back to bring us more joy and excitement as Nintendo confirmed that its mobile game, Super Mario Run , is all set for release.

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Refurbished Note 7s To Be Launched In Select Markets Next Year?

The company now has plenty of returned Galaxy Note 7's and the big question these last few weeks has been what Samsung is going to do with all of the returned phones. The rumors are intensifying around the Samsung Galaxy S8 release date being during the MCW 2017, which kicks off on February 27 and runs until March 2.

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Kerry first secretary of state to visit all 7 continents

The evidence is mounting in ways that people in public life should not dare to avoid accepting as a mandate for action, the United States diplomat told reporters at a news conference in Wellington, New Zealand , with Prime Minister John Key.

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Google WiFi Now Available For Pre-Order

Ahead of its United States release next month, Google has taken to its official YouTube channel to share a short video detailing the configuration process for its brand new router, Wifi . As a recap, Google WiFi is a "mesh" router system that helps blanket your entire house with WiFi. However, there's been one product that we've been waiting and waiting to become available for purchase.

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More than two-dozen arrested at Standing Rock protest

RT's Alexander Rubinstein was at the scene of a protest in Washington, DC, outside the Army Corps of Engineers headquarters. "The Obama administration needs to step up and stop the pipeline". The Army Corps of Engineers delayed approval of an easement, which would allow the companies to tunnel under Lake Oahe, saying that it wanted additional input from the Sioux tribe.

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10 mesmerising pictures of Supermoon that will take your breath away!

The moon appeared 221,524 miles away from the center of the Earth-which is just 85 miles from the closest it can possibly approach us. The supermoon won't bring natural disasters with it, but it does bring the highest tides of the year.

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8 things you need to know about tonight's 'supermoon' phenomenon

Stargazers and shutterbugs are expected to be out in force on Monday (Nov 14) to lap up the supermoon spectacle. In essence, the moon has come to its closest to earth this week in its elliptical orbit since January 1948. Delhi residents were hoping toxicant smogginess shrouding the world's most contaminated capital in recent weeks would abate to permit spectacular views because the supersized Moon rises over the Red Fort.

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Ban Ki-Moon Predicts Trump Will Change Views on Climate Change

Meanwhile, Ban said he had talked about climate change with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump last week. Mr Ban said he hoped that Mr Trump would drop his view that man-made climate change is a hoax and his pledge to cancel the Paris Agreement .

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Barack Obama says Donald Trump soon to face sobering reality check

Outgoing United States president Barack Obama has rushed to reassure Europe and the world that Donald Trump remains committed to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance. "These global agreements, the tradition has been that you carry them forward across administrations, particularly if, once you actually examine them, it turns out that they are doing good for us and binding other countries into behaviour that will help us", he said at a White House news conference.

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Turk President Erdogan to arrive in Islamabad today

Pakistan is due to deport teachers working in schools which are affiliated with the Gulen movement ahead of a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan which begins tomorrow. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said operation Zarb-e-Azb and economic measures undertaken by the government have effectively curbed the menace of terrorism and terrorist financing.

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Some games run slower on PS Pro than PS4, says report

Now that the PS4 Pro patch is live for the latest from Ubisoft, Arekkz takes a look at the game running on both PS4 Pro and the original PS4. According to Polygon , Reddit user Bravo514 took to the PS4 subreddit to report their issue, saying that when they first started the console "it booted up in attractive 2160p".

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Apple Begins Work on Smart Glasses

Apple , the world's biggest innovation technology company, has ordered a small number of near-eye shows for testing however has not hot enough for production on a bigger scale, the report included. The people familiar with the matter are requested that they remain unidentified divulging about Apple's secret project. And now Apple may be planning a similar device.

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Apple working on a better Google Glass, report claims

Alphabet Inc's discontinued its own wearable glass headset , Google Glass, and shut the Social Media networking account synced to the gadget earlier this year, finishing its attempt to promote the expensive gadgets with consumers. The last attempt came in the form of Google Glass which was killed off by the company previous year. CEO Tim Cook was quoted stressing the potential of wearable glass compared to its virtual reality (VR) counterpart.

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HP's new Z2 Mini billed as the 'world's smallest workstation'

The machine can support up to 6x displays out of the box and be discretely mounted to the back of a VESA display. HP packed an impressive amount of power inside this puny package. The new mini workstation joins HP list of HP Z Workstation products, which the firm states "have become the industry standard for customers demanding a full performance workstation".

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Changes in playoff rankings after upsets

Despite the losses, the trio didn't wind up completely out in the cold. No. 4 MI and No. 5 Clemson each dropped two spots and No. 7 Washington fell three after losing for the first time. A Clemson victory will give Clemson the ACC Atlantic Division Championship and a sixth straight season of at least 10 wins. "We do not look forward and anticipate what may happen in the future", Hocutt said.

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Honda Civic Si: Here it Is

The Civic Si is powered by the same 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder found in some models of the base Civic, but will likely be boosted to near or over 200 horsepower to compete with the likes of the Volkswagen GTI and Ford Focus ST. "This will be, hands down, the fastest, best-handling Si we've ever offered to our customers", said Honda senior vice president and general manager Jeff Conrad, in a release.

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Look up in the sky - it's the Supermoon

EST (1352 GMT), but it will appear full to the casual observer in the day before and after the main event. Cloudy conditions ruined the spectacle of Monday's supermoon for most sky-gazers in this country. The moon orbits the Earth in an oval shape. Picnics were being organized in downtown Hong Kong for residents to watch the supermoon rise over the financial hub's famous skyline, while hikers were heading to the greener, more distant corners of the Chinese city to enjoy views with less ...

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Slams proposed Israeli bill on settlements as 'troubling step'

The occupied West Bank has seen an unprecedented rise in the demolition of Palestinian homes this year, with the number of buildings destroyed in the first half of 2016 already standing well beyond the total number of demolitions carried out in all of 2015.

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Figures show 2016 set to be the hottest year on record

Preliminary data show that global temperatures are approximately 1.2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, according to a new assessment made by the WMO . The world is likely to cross 1.2°C of global warming above pre-industrial levels in 2016, coming dangerously close to breaching the 1.5°C warming level, which is an ambitious target to stay safe from the worst impacts of climate change.

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'Outdated, Undemocratic System': Dem Senator Introduces Bill To Eliminate Electoral College

Trump's Electoral College/popular vote split can be attributed to the massive margins by which Clinton won large states like California and NY as well as the razor-thin edges that gave Trump victories in crucial swing states . If every state had a proper proportion of electors based either on population or on population of citizens, Clinton would be president-elect. Following a presidential election in which the victor did not receive the most popular votes, Sen.

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Hollande: US must respect 'irreversible' climate deal

He also called on world leaders to "recommit ourselves to the achievement of the goals outlined in the Paris Agreement that we collectively signed in 2015 for the benefit of this and future generations". Developing nations will receive a much-needed boost to roll out their climate change action plans through a partnership, launched at U.N. climate talks on Tuesday, that will improve their access to expertise and financial support, its backers said.

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Chess lawsuit set for moves in federal court on Thursday

Parallels have been drawn with the 1972 world championship match between the American grandmaster Bobby Fischer and the Soviet grandmaster Boris Spassky. He became a grandmaster the following month. In addition, $15 via Pay-Per-View buys the game in virtual reality, allowing fans to experience the game as if they were there by wearing special goggles.

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France's Hollande calls Paris climate deal 'irreversible'

Alongside the first meeting of countries that have ratified the new global climate change agreement, 33 governments signed up to the platform aimed at helping poorer nations achieve their targets on climate change and sustainable development.

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Should You Go Out and Buy a PS4 Pro?

The launch of PlayStation 4 Pro seems to have had some success in the UK: as reported by MCV UK , during the last week the sales of PS4 console family grew by 204% over the previous seven days. A lot of users with 4K televisions are unable to get their PS4 to output at 4K, instead the signal is being limited at 1080p. The PlayStation 4 Pro, an update to the original PlayStation 4 ( PS4 ), is now available for sale in the U.S.

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Hollande wants state of emergency until presidential vote

In a series of interviews on Tuesday, Green Party leader Eamon Ryan described Mr Trump's position as "lunacy" and one capable of causing huge problems. Dozens of nations, from Chile to Liberia, reaffirmed support for the Paris Agreement at the talks, with many saying they were already suffering from rising temperatures.

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The next Mercedes-Maybach is a US$323000 convertible

The Maybach emblem is featured on the vehicle's fender. The sedan will be available in two configurations, the "normal" sedan which is a stretched version of the long-wheelbase S-Class and a Pullman version which measures a staggering 6.5-metres.

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Google, Facebook announce measures to halt 'fake news'

Facebook followed Google , which in a widely-circulated statement has said "Moving forward, we will restrict ad serving on pages that misrepresent, misstate, or hide information about the publisher, the publisher's content, or the primary objective of the web property".

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Donald Trump Says He Will Take $1 As Salary With no Vacations

Trump left the door open on the fate of the millions of other undocumented immigrants in the country Sunday, saying that once the United States' borders are "secure", immigration officials would begin "to make a determination" about other undocumented immigrants.

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The Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet has arrived

Production is capped at just 300 units, 75 of which will be making their way to the U.S. But if all of that weren't enough, the Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet also comes with bespoke luggage, including two large travel bags and duet lifestyle totes.

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2016 stacking up to be hottest year on record

Preliminary data shows 2016's global temperatures are approximately 1.2 C above pre-industrial levels - perilously close to the 1.5 C target outlined in the Paris climate agreement last December. The event caused sea levels to rise 15 millimeters between November 2014 and February 2016 and contributed to coral bleaching. The body says temperatures should remain high enough for the rest of the year to break the previous record.

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US Envoy Says Paris Climate Change Deal Will Survive Trump Presidency

Ban, who was attending his last United Nations climate conference as Secretary General, was here to attend the 22nd Conference of Parties (COP22) conference. Among the speakers on Tuesday's agenda are Sudan's Omar al-Bashir, for whom the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Darfur.

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New Balance downplays white supremacist support

LeBretton didn't immediately return a request for comment about the support from the white supremacist website on Monday. LeBretton, however, has gone on the defense, saying this is all a gross exaggeration by the media. president Obama at its OR headquarters. "As a 110-year-old company with five factories in the USA and thousands of employees worldwide from all races, genders, cultures and sexual orientations, New Balance is a values-driven organization and culture that believes in ...

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Anti-Trump protests move through fifth day

A few hundred people gathered outside CNN's Los Angeles headquarters in a peaceful protest. About 800 people marched through Sacramento and hundreds others formed a human chain around the almost 3.5-mile perimeter of Oakland's Lake Merritt.


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