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Microsoft's Windows 10 Cloud To Rival Google's ChromeOS

A Microsoft spokesperson told ZDNet that the firm has "nothing to share" regarding Windows 10 Cloud, but ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley believes that Microsoft might debut the new edition of its OS at the annual Build conference for developers in May.

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GOP Sens. Collins, Murkowski say they'll vote no on Betsy DeVos nomination

Any hope of that happening through Toomey was buried Wednesday afternoon when a spokeswoman said the senator thinks DeVos is a "great pick". Collins called it a "very hard decision", but repeated that she was "troubled and surprised" by DeVos's apparent lack of familiarity with federal law related to students with disabilities.

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IPhone Sales Fuels Renewed Apple Growth

The Apple Watch did well, too, with Apple saying that the Watch had its best-ever quarter and that Apple couldn't make enough to meet holiday demand. Looking forward to the second quarter, Apple expects revenue between $51.5 billion and $53.5 billion. The Cupertino-based company saw revenue for the quarter increase to $78.4 billion, a rise of nearly $3bn from the quarter before.

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Security Planning for Houston Super Bowl in Works for Years

You could not ask for a better matchup in a Super Bowl, with the Falcons offense ranking number one in the National Football League scoring 33.8 points per game and the Patriots defense ranking number one in the National Football League, allowing only 15.6 points per game.

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Sanmina Corp. (SANM) Is Rising After Q1 Earnings Surpassed Expectations

Sanmina-SCI Corporation has 73,420,000 shares which are now outstanding with shareholders and have a price of 37.25 bringing Sanmina-SCI Corporation's market capitalisation to 2.73B United States dollars. Following the transaction, the vice president now owns 190,000 shares in the company, valued at approximately $5,753,200. The disclosure for this sale can be found here.

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Apple Crushes Fiscal Q1 Estimates, Stock Jumps Late

Apple services revenue grew strongly, led by record customer activity on the App Store, Cook said. Also, the rumor mill has been swirling like insane lately, as analysts and Apple insiders are predicting that 2017 will be a big year for the iPad.

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Donald Trump Encourages Republicans to "Go Nuclear"

FULL VIDEO: President Donald Trump announces SCOTUS pick Neil Gorsuch Gorsuch still has to get through committee hearings and possible move by democrats to filibuster his nomination. U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said Gorsuch was appointed in 2006 to his current position without one dissenting vote. As a judge in Denver, Gorsuch has mainly handled run-of-the-mill insurance and contract disputes.

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Trump picks his Supreme Court nominee: Neil Gorsuch

Michael Bennet of Colorado, did not meet with Gorsuch on Wednesday but is expected to do so at a later date. We'll look at the nominee and confirmation battle ahead. Outlining his legal philosophy, Gorsuch said: "It is the rule of judges to apply, not alter, the work of the people's representatives". We hope Democrats choose to treat Gorsuch's nomination with the respect due to the court as well as the presidency as coequal branches of government - doing their constitutional duty in ...

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Why are frog's tongues so sticky?

This frog was clearly an expert at gaming; the speed and accuracy of its tongue could rival the thumbs of texting teenagers. A globule of frog spit , stationary on a surface, has a thick snotty consistency. The tongue of the frog is unique. The magic, or science rather, here is the frog's saliva. Instead, the tongue itself secretes the saliva. Noel explained that it is due in part to a number of long-chain proteins contained in the frog's saliva, which cause it to be more mucus-like ...

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Will the Super Bowl Succumb to the Political Divide?

Dimitroff and I sat down in Houston , where his team had recently arrived for a week of Super Bowl practice. Brady's parents have hardly attended his games this season. The Patriots will win but it won't be a blow out or a high-scoring game. "I was happy to come back, happy that Bill [Belichick] made me come back and I'm just trying to make the best of the opportunity now".

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Post Launch Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer Maps And Modes Will Be Free

The trailer gives you a detailed breakdown of the game's story, setting, gameplay features, and modes - all supported with in-game footage. The trailer also reveals that Sniper Elite 4 will play host to the largest Sniper Elite maps featured in the series thus far.

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Waymo says its self-driving cars saw 'four-fold' improvement past year

Waymo also tunes the system and its test engineers to err on the conservative side in terms of making the call to disengage, which makes the low rate for 2016 even more impressive. Waymo reported that its fleet drove itself more than 635,000 miles with 124 safety-related "disengagements", which must be reported when the technology fails or the backup driver takes control out of concern the auto is malfunctioning.

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President Trump Orders New Limits on Regulations

The listening session, on the other hand, was organised as planned. No mention is made of Trump's other, younger cybersecurity adviser. On Sunday Iran conducted its first ballistic missile test since President Trump assumed office earlier this month.

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Boston Dynamics adds wheels to its already chilling robots

Say hello to Handle, the latest robot to be developed by the Google-owned Boston Dynamics. Because someday it will be given the ability to handle objects, a feature set that makes the robot even cooler and more terrifying to consider. "It can carry a reasonably heavy load on a small footprint and it's basically an exercise in seeing if we can do something like the humanoid that has less degrees of freedom but eventually could be less expensive but still have significant capability".

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The McLaren P14 will have its own 'drift mode'

McLaren's new supercar to replace the 650S is now just a little more than a month away, although photos have already surfaced. The new system uses 12 more sensors than it did on previous Super Series models, including an accelerometer on each wheel hub, reading inputs from the road while measuring tire contact patch.

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Here's How Microsoft Will Improve Edge in Creators Update

As per a new report, Microsoft is eyeing to take on the Chromebooks with its latest Windows 10 Cloud OS. "Defender is the only one I know of that hasn't broken Chrome's security mechanisms", he continued, praising Windows Defender for working correctly with third-party software.

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AMD's new Ryzen CPUs might not arrive in 6-core version

For those who thought that they would be able to get their hands on the new AMD Vega GPUs early 2017, sorry for the disappointment but it is what it is. Dr. Su said there is "no question" that Ryzen will layer on top of its existing processors and compete well with Intel's Core i7 and Core i5 range of processors.

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Facebook Follows Instagram, Steals From SnapchatFacebook has adopted a Snapchat innovated feature

In recent months, Instagram has turned copycat in nabbing a similar "Stories" feature that Snapchat was at the vanguard for as well as trying to shoot a mortar at Facebook's "Live Video" feature by launching their own. Facebook will be giving the feature a key placement at the top of its mobile app, and according to Ingram, the move is intended not only to cut into Snapchat's market but to also encourage people to use Facebook more when taking videos and photos.

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AmerisourceBergen Corporation (Holding Co) (ABC) Rating Increased to Overweight at Morgan Stanley

According to these analysts, the Low Revenue Estimate for AmerisourceBergen Corporation is 38.6 Billion and the High Revenue Estimate is 39.46 Billion. Leerink Swann cut AmerisourceBergen Corporation (Holding Co) from an "outperform" rating to a "market perform" rating and set a $75.00 price objective on the stock.in a research report on Friday, November 4th.

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Dropbox Paper No More a Beta Product; Launches New Synchronization Tool

File-hosting service Dropbox has announced the launch of a range of products created to help teams improve their collaboration, productivity and creativity. " Paper " is a way in which Dropbox is trying to divert business from its competitors Microsoft and Google to itself. Arguably more interesting, though, is Dropbox Smart Sync.

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SpaceX gets new launch order, targets mid-February for next satellite launch

NASA's GRACE-FO was originally slated to launch using a Dnepr rocket before it signed for a SpaceX Falcon 9 ride. When these satellites are commissioned, Iridium will be able to deliver enhanced L-band satellite communications services to shipping.

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The Westminster Dog Show Is Adding Cats This Year

Also taking part in this year's festivities? They can compete among as many as 202 breeds and varieties for the coveted Best in Show award. "I am calling for a total and complete shutdown of cats entering the Westminster Dog Show until reps can figure out what the hell's going on", reads one tweet.

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Google, Apple and Microsoft join Silicon Valley to slam Trump's immigration ban

It also bars all refugee admissions for 120 days - and Syrian refugees indefinitely. CEO Tim Cook says his company had no choice but to file a lawsuit against Qualcomm ( QCOM ) because the mobile chipmaker was overstepping its legal bounds.

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'Firehose' Lava Flows In Hawaii Creating Hazardous Conditions

Experts say that temperatures of the 1-2 wide stream of lava can reach up to as high as 220 degrees. The video, shot by John Tarson of Epic Lava Tours at a safe distance, shows a couple of tiny figures climbing on the steep cliff near the Kamokuna ocean entry.

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Denis Villeneuve Confirmed As Director Of Dune Remake

Denis Villeneuve has said that adapting Dune is his dream, but that it would never happen. Denis Villeneuve has officially signed on to direct the reboot of Dune . With a fully realized science fiction universe that spans millennia, Dune has the potential to go as big as Legendary wants to make it. Herbert himself wrote five literary Dune sequels and, beginning in 1999, new Dune novels began being published.

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Man tells relatives he loves them before execution

Christeson is scheduled for execution at 6 p.m.in the city of Bonne Terre's Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center. The 1998 killings of 36-year-old Brouk, her 12-year-old daughter, Adrian, and 9-year-old son, Kyle, traumatized the rural area around the south-central Missouri town of Vichy.

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Amazon reef revealed in wonderful underwater pictures

Much of the reef is in deep (up to 400 feet beneath the surface) or in murky water, which significantly reduces sunlight reaching the reef. "Our team wants to have a better understanding of how this ecosystem works, including important questions like its photosynthesis mechanisms with very limited light", he added.

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BMW 5 Series Touring Unveiled Overseas

The new 5 Series Touring will inherit from the sedan a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine for the 530i model, packing 252 horsepower (185 kilowatts) and 258 pound-feet (350 Newton-meters) of torque. Combined fuel consumption is rated at 4.3L/100 km. Finally, for now at least, the most potent diesel is the 250kphBMW 530d, producing 265hp and 620Nm.

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The "Game Mode" Finally Arrives With Windows 10 Insider Build 15019

There are rumors that Microsoft is working on a light-weight version of Windows 10 dubbed Windows 10 Cloud. However, the new edition of Windows 10, known now as " Windows Cloud" may have more to do with Chromebook competition rather than the cloud.

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Ocado trials fruit-picking robot

Their first target is a grocery warehouse in New Hampshire, which is playing host to a prototype robot that can mimic human hands using a gripper powered by variable air pressure, the BBC reports . So, over the coming months Ocado plans "to explore more complex scenarios, adding more objects in the IFCO, and introducing additional environmental constraints that could be exploited by a grasping strategy".

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Lost Continent Crust Found in Mauritius

Relics of a long-lost continent may lurk beneath the Indian Ocean. This lost continent is believed to be the outcome of the super continent Gondwana breaking up, which is nearly 200 million years old! And perhaps Mauritia , the sunken continent, can now be added to that list as well.

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Budweiser Super Bowl 2017 commercial is all about immigration

The beer company is recounting the success story of its immigrant cofounder, Adolphus Busch . Budweiser released the full commercial on their Facebook and Twitter pages Tuesday morning. He added, "There's really no correlation with anything else that's happening in the country". The duo would, of course, go on to found Anheuser-Busch, which brews Budweiser .

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LEAKED: This is probably what the LG G6 will look like

But, if the photos are legit, they seem to reveal a metal exterior for the phone, with chamfered edges around the entire device. What we don't know, outside of a single leaked image of the top half of the device, is exactly what the device will look like.

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Apple reports record sales for holiday period

Wall Street is expecting earnings per share of $3.22 on revenue of $77.4 billion, up 2.1% from one year ago. While the Chief Executive provided guidance of between $51.3 and $51.5 billion in earnings for Apple's fiscal Q2 of 2017, the company still has plenty of time, over the next few quarters, to deliver on its promises of many exciting things to come.

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Ashburton (jersey) Ltd Boosts Position by $3365731 in Chevron Corporation (CVX)

Noesis Capital Mangement Corp's holdings in Chevron Corp. were worth $420,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. Honeywell International Inc who had been investing in Chevron Corp Com for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $206.09B market cap company.


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