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Coolpad Note 5 Lite launched in India for Rs 8199

It further includes 16GB of internal storage that is expandable via microSD card. The Coolpad Note 5 Lite is priced at ₹8,199 and is available in Gold and Grey colours. If you are not into smartphone photography and don't care to take many photos from your primary smartphone, both these devices will do the job. The smartphone will appeal to selfie enthusiasts as it features an 8MP front camera with an LED Flash.

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Nexus 6 phones receiving Android 7.0 OTA downgrade atop Android 7.1.1

The report cites a thread on Reddit where Nexus 6 owners are reporting that Google has send out a new Android 7.0 Nougat update to their devices. If you are experiencing issues after accepting the 7.0 update, please factory reset your device to help resolve any problems, " said the manager.

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Honda WR-V vs Maruti Vitara Brezza: Price, Features, Specifications Comparison

However, the auto has been spotted at various dealerships across the country much before its launch. The crossover-SUV measures 3,999mm in length , 1,734mm in width and 1,601mm in height , and comes with a wheelbase of 2,555mm. The WR-V could make the crossover market even more competitive. The WR-V is an all-new sporty lifestyle vehicle based on Honda's globally successful Jazz platform.

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Bank of England Holds Rates Steady, Pound Jumps on Vote Dissension

It is the first split on the MPC since the aftermath of the Brexit vote in July 2016, when Jan Vlieghe had voted for a cut in interest rates from 0.5% to 0.25%. The meeting also discussed how he evolution of asset prices has been different globally to in the United Kingdom, where market interest rates have fallen and "the equity prices of companies with significant domestic exposure - most notably to consumers - have underperformed".

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1 person injured in International Monetary Fund letter bomb attack

Police experts are now at the scene investigating. The incident comes a day after an explosive package was found at the offices of Germany's finance minister. German police said Wednesday that they had discovered the "explosive" package at Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble's office building, a day before he was due to host his new USA counterpart Steven Mnuchin.

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Fossil Smartwatches Receives Android Wear 2.0, Latest Updates Revealed

Apparently the pace of updating will pick up tomorrow (March 15th) and will be done by the end of March. It's been already told to a user to start checking for updates but Wear 2.0 isn't anything to be excited about. Today, Fossil Smartwatches receives the latest update of Android and it seems the firm are also announcing touchscreen display features. Reddit user, Seakip, however, has figured out a way to get around this by hacking into the code and implementing the feature from the back-end.

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Blizzard Entertainment is suing a cheating service for $8.7 million

Blizzard's suit is challenging Bossland with copyright infringement, unfair competition and violating the DMCA's anti-circumvention provision . With around 42,818 infringements, Blizzard has added up a total of $8 million in damages. For example, bots in Hearthstones will continue to play games to earn gold and level up characters. Bossland has created some of the more prolific cheat tools for Blizzard games and Blizzard has been battling in the courts to stop it.

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N Korea warns U.S. over joint exercises with S Korea

Tillerson is making his first trip to Asia as the top US diplomat. One South Korean government official who spoke to the JoongAng on the condition of anonymity said North Korea has developed "missile guidance and course correction technology", and that it was "tested in September 2016 and again on March 6, when [North Korea] test-launched four Scud-ER missiles".

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Galaxy S8 launcher found with icons

Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is allegedly worse than its predecessor, the Galaxy S7 . The delayed production of the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC based on 10nm FinFET process also delayed the launch of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. Since there is no official confirmation take these details with a pinch of salt. Contrary to previous reports, which claimed that the Galaxy S8 will be available in the market this April 21, an analyst has weighed in, suggesting that the device will come out ...

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Trump's budget to have major cuts

The president's budget will still have a tough hill to climb as it begins the long haul through Congress. To try to woo the conservative lawmakers on Trump's legislative agenda, budget director Mick Mulvaney, himself a former member of the House Freedom Caucus, has invited them to a bowling and pizza night at the White House on Tuesday night.

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Winter Storm Stella Doesn't Mean That Global Warming Is a Hoax

Above-ground subway service will be suspended early Tuesday morning (4 AM) and NYC public schools will be closed Tuesday. Having caused chaos across the pond with lashing rain and gusty gales, Stella's now heading to our shores and is likely to bring blizzard conditions and 50mph winds with her.

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This 40000-Year-Old Cranium in Portugal Blurs the Line of Evolution

A large team of researchers lead by João Zilhão, a Portuguese archaeologist and Rolf Quam, an anthropologist with Binghamton University discovered the skull, making the event an important part of history of human evolution. They all pooled their resources and made the impossible possible. A 400,000-year-old fossil is rare but still relatively young in the world of paleontology.

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Rumours of curved iPhone 8 are dismissed

However, the expectation that Apple will have a higher demand for its new devices does not come as a surprise. Canaccord Genuity upped their price objective on shares of Apple from $140.00 to $142.00 and gave the company a "buy" rating in a report on Wednesday, February 1st.

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US carrier joins South Korea drills, North Korea warns of "merciless" strikes

The biggest and most sensitive issue during Tillerson's tour is expected to be THAAD. Tillerson's visit to South Korea and Japan will be "an important turning point" for the coordinated response of the three nations to the threat from North Korea, South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Cho June-hyuck said in a briefing.

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How Are Supermassive Black Holes Formed?

Researchers use computer simulations to show the formation process of a black hole. A researcher at Dublin City University, Dr John Regan of the School of Mathematical Sciences, has come up with the formula for the formation of the first supermassive black holes in the universe, a dilemma which has perplexed astrophysicists for some time.

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Full Throttle Remastered Rolls For PlayStation 4, Vita, And Pc

It wasn't until December a year ago that we received the first footage of modernised Ben Throttle et al, however the reimagined graphic adventure game now has a launch date-April 18. After over 20 years, Tim Schafer - industry legend and the game's lead designer, is telling the story of motorcycles, mayhem and murder once again. "Selected games have over 80 percent discount and include " Stacking ", "Grim Fandango Remastered", Psychonauts ", "Massive Chalice" and " Day of the Tentacle ...

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Nintendo Switch Problem: Company Addresses Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Connectivity Issue

According to GameIndustry.biz, data tracker SuperData has gathered data and numbers supplied to it by both Famitsu and GfK and came up with the following numbers: SuperData says that 500,000 consoles were sold in the U.S., 360,000 were sold in Japan while Europe has numbers close to 360,000.

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God of War director's new game, Drawn to Death, free on PS+

It's a third-person shooter/brawler that takes place entirely inside the pages of a high school kid's notebook. On April 4th , PS Plus subscribers will be able to download Drawn to Death as part of the April 2017 PS Plus game lineup, at least according to the PlayStation Blog .

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Turkish foreign minister says going to Rotterdam despite public rally ban

Erdogan has warned that the Netherlands will "pay the price" for its "shameless" treatment of Turkey's ministers. "The biggest problem in this case is that Turkey is talking about Turkish citizens who they want to talk to", Rutte said. But Rotterdam mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb, announcing the ban on a public appearance late on Friday, said there was no question of him being excluded from the Netherlands.

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Confirmed: Oppo F3 and F3 Plus coming on March 23rd

There is a strong possibility that company might also launch Oppo F3 as well, along with Oppo F3 Plus, which were recently spotted in promotional ads which were displayed in one of the retail stores in the Philippines. The mobile is expected to come with a 6-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixel) display. The smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm MSM8976 Pro Snapdragon 653 Processor with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM.

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David Bowie Stamps Launched Into Outer Space

When the balloons burst, after reaching 34,100m at a speed of about 12mph, the stamps began descending at almost 200mph. Their initial descent was at 200 miles per hour through the thin air, but by the time they reached the ground, they'd slowed to a mere 8 miles per hour.

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Might Launch Three New iPads Next Week

The report claims that all four new iPads that are due this year will have the "Pro" branding. According to the Japanese blog, the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro will be announced next week, likely on March 20th (in other words, next Monday). According to a new report out of Macotakara , the Cupertino-based company will be giving the current 9.7-inch Pro a mandatory upgrade with a new processor and better graphics performance while keeping the same body from the current-gen.

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Amazon makes it cheaper to host Alexa skills on AWS

This is important because it allows Amazon to incentivize developers to come and build more skills for Alexa and make the voice assistant even better, but it also means that developers won't have as much overhead for developing for Alexa.

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SpaceX wins second GPS III contract award

The Air Force had intended for that mission to be the first opened to competition in roughly a decade. SpaceX won certification from the Air Force in 2015 to compete for military and national security space launches, breaking United Launch Alliance's 10-year monopoly.

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Why Cheerios is offering you free wildflower seeds

The decreasing amount of bee life in the states sparked Cheerios' crusade to help restore bee populations using their Honey Nut Cheerios mascot, Buzz. The company has set a goal of sending out 100-million seeds in increments of 100 seeds per participant completely free to anyone in the nation who signs up.

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Trump opens the door to weaker auto standards

The standards stemmed from a 2012 deal between the Obama administration and the industry that combined in a single set of regulations the rules on vehicle emissions, the Corporate Average Fuel Economy or "Café" standards, and California's state requirements.

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DuckTales And More Return in Capcom's Disney Afternoon Collection

The Collection will retail for £15.99/$19.99/€19.99 when it launches on April 18 for all of the aforementioned platforms. TaleSpin - Take to the skies as rad pilot Baloo in a unique take on the shoot 'em up genre, where you get to change the direction of your plane at any time.

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F1 reacts to Force India's pink livery

Britain-based Formula 1 racing team Sahara Force India on Tuesday unveiled the colour of the vehicle for the upcoming 2017 season, an eye-catching combination of pink, magenta and silver, according to a statement made on their official website.

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Snapchat launches Bitmoji widget chat shortcuts for your homescreen

You need to update to the latest version of the app to get the new widget. If you want the new widget on your iOS device, just head over to the Today widget and then click on "Edit". That move cost Snapchat $65 million, so it makes sense Snapchat would add Bitmoji to the app features. Tapping on the friend Bitmoji automatically opens up a chat with that person.

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New York Joins President Trump's Travel Ban Challenge

A hearing could also come as soon as Wednesday in a third challenge filed by six U.S. states. This new ban will have the same impact as the older version, but is written in a way to avoid challenges by the court. He asked for a hearing on Tuesday. Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Monday that California is joining several other states in a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.

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Adele has a secret Twitter account for her non-PR-approved thoughts

At a concert in Brisbane, Australia, the English singer revealed her social media use hasn't stopped, despite having being banned from using her own official Twitter account. The "Rolling in the deep" star recently sparked speculation she was pregnant with her second child after she posted a picture on Instagram of her singing in a bathroom.

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Democrats Vow Government Shutdown over Trump Border Wall

The government is now being funded through April 28 by a stopgap spending bill that was passed in December. Top Senate Democrats are warning Republicans controlling Congress against adding billions of dollars for President Donald Trump's U.S.

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Spiders Eat More Each Year Than All Humans Put Together

Using data from 65 previous studies, Nyffeler and Birkhofer first estimated how many spiders are now to be found in seven biomes on the planet. The researchers then used two simple models to calculate how much prey all the world's spiders as a whole kill per year.

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Senator: Comey to say whether Federal Bureau of Investigation probing Russia, Trump campaign by Wednesday

Speaking to Politico , Mr Whitehouse said he told Mr Comey that the subcommittee hearing would go ahead on 15 March and that he and Mr Graham would need to be informed of the FBI's actions by then. He also challenged lawmakers to look into the claim. The senators said they would "take any abuse of wiretapping authorities for political purposes very seriously", but said: "We would be equally alarmed to learn that a court found enough evidence of criminal activity or contact with a foreign ...

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March 14th is National Pi Day

Remember 7th grade yet? But some people have even dared to calculate PI to more than one trillion digits beyond the decimal point. Feel free to be irrational if you want, since Pi is an irrational number . Or, if you don't like math, how about a slice of pi to end your day? Of those surveyed, one in five people said they have no idea what pi is. No matter how big or small a circle is, Pi is always the same: 3.14159.


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