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Next Google Pixel phones reportedly codenamed 'Walleye' and 'Muskie'

The second next-gen Pixel phone codenamed as " Muskie " will be the larger variant, which has not yet been spotted online. Soon, Android phones like Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus Player, and Pixel C devices started running on the beta version of Android 7.1.2 Nougat.

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AMD Releases Community Update on Several Ryzen CPU Concerns

We do not believe there is an issue with scheduling differences between the two versions of Windows. In any event, right after the initial glow from the positive reviews subsided, a report in Wccftechclaimed that a bug in the Windows 10 scheduler was responsible for Ryzen performance issues on that platform.

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Energizer Xbox One 2X Charger recalled, burn hazard cited

No injuries were reported. For whatever reason, that, unfortunately, isn't the case with Performance Designed Products' latest Energizer-branded chargers for the Xbox One controllers. There have been over 100,000 units sold within North America from various retail locations such as GameStop, Toys" R " Us and Best Buy as well as online retailers like Amazon.

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Alberta astronomers spot star orbiting closest to black hole

Even though astronomers have known about the binary for several years, it was only in 2015 that the team of scientists from Curtin University and the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), found that it was possibly composed of materials being pulled by the black hole from another companion star.

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Airtel Surprise Offer giving away 30GB of data for free

Also, this offer is available only until 15th March, so you have to recharge within the set time so that you can take advantage of the same for 1 year. It's interesting to note how Airtel's latest offer is quite similar to the one Vodafone offered its customers late past year. Companies like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea are trying hard to counter Reliance Jio's latest offer named as Jio Prime through which a user will get free unlimited calls, SMS and 1GB internet per day for Rs 303 per month.

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Boaty McBoatface Embarks On Its First Mission

Research submarine Boaty McBoatface is being sent on its first science mission in Antarctica. Much to the council's chagrin, the plan hilariously and predictably backfired when the name Boaty McBoatface ran away with the vote and emerged triumphant.

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Don't overplay the similarities between Brexit voters and Geert Wilders' Dutch populists

Included among them are Mr Wilders' Party for Freedom, which has run on a ticket that includes banning the Koran and closing down mosques in the Netherlands. Polls - which tend to underestimate right-wing, anti-immigrant support - say Mr. They were protesting a decision by the Dutch government to block two Turkish ministers from visiting the Netherlands .

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Boko Haram factional leader, Al-Barnawi remanded in custody

Boko Haram, the Nigeria-based jihadi movement affiliated with the self-proclaimed Islamic State, has been in decline for more than two years, since it began to lose territory around Lake Chad under joint military pressure from Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

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Moto G5 Plus India launch

To recall, the smartphone was launched by the Lenovo at the MWC 2017 event alongside Moto G5. Though with the influx of a wide range of new affordable smartphones, consumers tend to look to replace their smartphones in roughly 12 months or even lesser in some instances.

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Samsung confirms pricing, availability of QLED TV range

And as the name suggests, this TV doubles as a picture frame and becomes a part of your home decor when not in use. Originally showed off at CES, The Frame features a almost bezel-less display and an Art Mode, which instead of the TV falling asleep, the display shows off over 100 different art pieces in 10 distinctive styles, such as landscape, architecture, wildlife and more.

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World's oldest plant-like fossils push back evolutionary timeline 400 million years

THE world's oldest plant-like fossils have been found and could prove that life formed a lot earlier than previously believed. The earliest signs of life on Earth are at least 3.5 billion years old. The researchers said cellular structures preserved in the fossils and their overall shape match red algae, a primitive kind of plant that today thrives in marine settings such as coral reefs but also can be found in freshwater environments.

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Porsche Mission E To Be Offered With A Full Range Of Variants

The Porsche Mission E, stands at the Porsche stand at the 2015 IAA Frankfurt Auto Show during a press day on September 15, 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany. According to Blume, they will begin testing in summer at the start of a planned two year development phase for the new auto. The automaker will use one of three platforms now under development by Volkswagen.

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Lost Moon orbiter found using new radar technique

Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft was about 1.5 meters (5 feet) in height and had orbited the Moon for over 3,400 times since its launching on October 22, 2008. On 2 July 2016, NASA pointed the radar and telescope at a point just above the Moon's north pole. Almost a decade later, NASA has located two unmanned spacecraft orbiting the moon, including India's Chandrayaan-1, which went quiet in 2009.

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World's first glow-in-the-dark frog discovered in Argentina

Those researchers don't know why the polka-dot tree frog is fluorescent yet, but their discovery could lead to a whole new way of studying amphibians. Instead, a set of chemicals they named hyloin-G1, hyloin-L1 and hyloin-L2 that originated from the frog's lymph fluids glowed from beneath the little dude's translucent skin, according to the paper published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences .

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Sean Spicer confronted, called a 'fascist' in live stream from Apple store

Of course Spicy did what most white men who support President TrumPutin do, he made a fucked up and racist-y comment about Chauhan being "allowed" to be in this country. No one wants to be told they're working for a fascist or ruining America (even if it's true). "The country I was born in, the country I was raised in, the country I love despite its flaws", she said.

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Crawford, Kane and Panarin lead Blackhawks over Wild

The game marked the final meeting of the regular season between the teams. The only two shots that beat him were an Eric Staal goal in the first period, and a wicked shot from Mikael Granlund in the third. "No, it was on him", Boudreau said of Dubnyk. "If he didn't think I was ready, or he wants a spark, whatever it is, he's the coach and my job is to be ready to stay in there and battle if I need to".

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'We've got Trump's Tax returns'

Tune in soon if you want to see this horror show play out in real time - 9 p.m. eastern time on MSNBC. Maddow tweeted shortly after 7:30 saying, "We've got Trump tax returns". It also does not specify what years the tax returns cover. Daily Beast columnist and Pulitzer Prize victor, David Cay Johnston, announced a few minutes after Maddow's tweet that he would be the one breaking the story on MSNBC.

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Apple Guilty Of iPhone Price-Fixing In Russia

Notably, the investigation found no evidence of price fixing with respect to the iPhone 7. Regarding the price-fixing case, if a retailer sold an iPhone at an "inappropriate" price, Apple sent emails to those retailers asking them to change it, according to the statement by FAS, written in Russian but translated via Google Translate.

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Wonder Woman Trailer Gets a Little Michael Jackson's "Dirty Diana" Treatment

The trailer for " Wonder Woman " debuted on Saturday and gave viewers a peek into the origins of the superhero, whose real name is Diana Price. We catch a glimpse of her training on the island of Themyscira before meeting Steve Trevor (Pine) and travelling to London to face the dangers of the First World War.

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How to transfer photos from Android to iPhone

Although Eye may be the most convenient amalgamation of Android and iOS we have seen so far, such attempts have been made earlier as well. The world is no stranger to seeing Android run on an iPhone, so this news shouldn't shock anybody.

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Iraqi forces recapture 'over a third' of west Mosul

US-backed Iraqi security forces battling Daesh faced tough resistance from snipers and mortar rounds on Monday as they tried to advance on Mosul's Old City and the Iron Bridge across the Tigris River. Refugees flee from western Mosul as troops work to liberate the city A refugee girl looks into the camera. More than 65,000 fled their homes in the past two weeks alone, according to the International Organisation for Migration.

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Gmail for Android now lets you send and request money

Google today announced an update to Gmail for Android that has been a long time coming: the ability to send and request money. It's a pain. With Google Wallet, your recipients don't have to create accounts, they just reply to the requests you send them.

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Fresh Tesla Model 3 Prototype Video Surfaces

According to reports there will be a range of options, like in the Model S and Model X, potentially including a "Ludicrous" speed package taking the mid-sizer to a ridiculous 0-100km/h time. Like company's other future cars, Model Y will also have the self-driving hardware. The Tesla Model Y is part of the company's plans to increase its yearly vehicle production.

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Penn State announces plans for Beaver Stadium renovations

Beaver Stadium, which now has a capacity of 106,572, will also remain above 100,000. It will include resources for sports science and a nutrition center, as well as locker rooms and coaches' offices for field hockey and men's and women's lacrosse, tennis and soccer.

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Venus, Kerber enter fourth round of Indian Wells Masters

Kerber is set to regain the world number this week after Serena Williams withdrew with injury. She needed two hours and 33 minutes in the baking sun on Stadium Court to get past Parmentier , who until this year had never won a match at Indian Wells in five prior appearances.

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Germany Threatens $53 Million Fine in Facebook Hate-Speech Bill

Justice Minister Heiko Maas presented the proposed law at a press conference on Tuesday. Germany is serious about policing social media for illegal content, judging by a new proposal from the country's Justice Ministry threatening huge fines for social media companies that fail to comply with orders to remove prohibited material in a variety of categories.

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Hard road trip awaits Hoosiers to open tourney play

Head coach Tom Crean's Hoosiers are especially unsafe on 3-pointers - and last week scored 95 points against Iowa in the Big Ten Tournament. This will be a great opportunity for our fans to see a great program in our gym. "We're packing our snow boots, I'm pulling out my toboggan and we're about to go Planes, Trains and Automobiles north", Kennedy said. Freshman guard Josh Okogie is Georgia Tech's leading scorer at 15.5 points per game, which is the highest by a freshman at Georgia Tech ...

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The Emirates FA Cup

Tottenham will discover their opponent for next month's Wembley semi-finals on Monday, but news of Kane will be anticipated even more eagerly. The England global limped off just five minutes into Tottenham's FA Cup match against Millwall after his ankle got trapped under the body of defender Jake Cooper.

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Tag Heuer collaborates with Intel to launch the Connected Modular 45 smartwatch

Prices for the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 start at £1,400 or $1,650 and it is available to buy now on the Tag Heuer website . This marks the second collaboration between the two innovative after TAG Heuer Connected debuted in 2015.

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Josh Gad on Beauty and the Beast

The agency's chairman Abdul Halim Hamid however acknowledged that his agency had removed a "minor scene" over gay content, but said the edited movie was suitable for those over the age of 13 with parental guidance. The "gay moment" has become the centre of controversy. Although the movie focused some time on the character, I left slightly disappointed. "I think it's ridiculous", said Tourism Minister Nazri Aziz to the Malay Mail Online .

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4 things to know about daylight saving time this Sunday, March 12

Like any other widespread time shift, Daylight savings tends to cause a lot of confusion. The Michigan House of Representatives introduced a bill in January, known as HB 4011 , that would exempt the state from daylight saving time and put the entire state in the Easter Standard Time Zone.

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Idea offers free incoming on domestic roaming, overseas value packs

This also intends to give competition to the incentives and pricing offered by Reliance Jio. Idea customers will be able to make outgoing calls, SMS freely while roaming anywhere in India. Now, Idea is joining the party and has declared that it would also offer roaming free in the country starting from April 1. "Effective April 1, 2017, Idea's 200 million customers will enjoy free incoming calls while roaming on company's 2G, 3G and 4G network across four lakh towns and villages in the ...

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Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 with Snapdragon 660 SoC could launch this month

The availability date of Redmi Pro 2 is presently unknown. Reports point out that the company will launch a new Redmi series smartphone, the Redmi Pro 2, by the end of this month. The Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 is expected to be powered by a 4500 mAh battery, jumping from the 4050 mAh battery that was in the Redmi Pro. The device is powered by MediTek Helio X20 SoC coupled with Mali-T880 MP4 GPU, while for Indian market it is rumoured to be powered by 2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 ...

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Android Nougat Ready In These Countries

However, the closer we got to MWC, it became clear that the Galaxy S8's screen would not have fingerprint-reading powers. According to an earlier report from Android Authority , a leaked manual detailing what the Nougat update can do for the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge hinted that numerous features released for the S7 units will also be made accessible for the older devices.

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Samsung Galaxy S5, S6 & S6 Edge are still the most demanding smartphones

So, on Monday morning, we've got another series of leaked photos for you to check out, and this time they include a great shot of the S8 lined up next to the S8+ with both devices turned on, so we can really get a good idea of how the two models compare.


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