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Sony Will Soon Stop Making Playstation 3 Consoles

Therefore, decommissioning the PS3, which turned 10 in November past year, doesn't come as a surprise. According to Gematsu and the Japanese website Gamestalk , Sony will soon end production of the PS3 console in Japan. With no more first-party PS3 titles and access to PlayStation Now set to be removed in August, the PS3 has been on its way out for a while, so the move wasn't unexpected.

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NCAA Tournament Bracket Results 2017: How Many Perfect Brackets Remain?

Joining Duke and UNC in Obama's Final Four are Kansas and Arizona. Notre Dame, South Carolina and Washington are also predicted to reach the women's Final Four along with CT. North Carolina? They're a No. 1 seed, although defending champion Villanova is considered the top overall team. It's no secret that the former president is a huge basketball fan, especially when it comes to his Chicago Bulls.

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PS4 Sales Hit 4.5 Million In Japan

It should come as no surprise that almost 9 out of 10 Switch owners (89 percent) have picked up The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. We already knew that week one sales in the United Kingdom were around the 85,000 unit mark but this week, we got some worldwide figures, showing the Switch selling more than 1.5 million units in its first two weeks.

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Here's how EPA cuts could hurt San Francisco Bay

The White House's budget proposal eliminates the $73 million program from the Environmental Protection Agency's budget. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation said today that a proposal in President Trump's budget to eliminate funding for the Cheasapeake Bay Program is unbelieveable.

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What to expect in Samsung's new S8

Such is the case with a company called VRS Design, which has gone ahead and listed a number of its Galaxy S8 cases on its website. It remains to be seen when Samsung will be ready to launch the smartphone in the United States, given that the company's focus at this point in time is largely directed towards the Galaxy S8 launch.

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Oklahoma Senator Faces Child Prostitution Charges

When the police arrived at the motel room, Shortey initially told them he was alone. It is considered child prostitution because the boy is under 18 years old. The state Senate imposed sanctions Wednesday on Shortey, voting 43-0 for a resolution that accused him of "disorderly behavior" and stripped him of much of his power and many perks.

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Bank Of England: Bank Rate Held At 0.25per cent,

The pound spiked after Forbes' dissenting vote, which suggested that other committee members may join her soon. Delivering the last-ever Spring Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond highlighted the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) had revised its forecast for the United Kingdom economy, which will now expand at a 2% rate this year, compared with an initial guideline of 1.4%.

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AAA offers free ride home on St. Patrick's Day

It's called "Tow-to-Go", a service Iowa AAA launched just before the Super Bowl. You can get a free ride home up to 10 miles. California Highway Patrol data shows three people died on St. Patrick's Day. Area law enforcement remind the public to celebrate St. Patrick's Day safely by ensuring that they have a safe ride home if they're drinking alcohol.

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Cassini Spacecraft Spots Heat Below the Surface of Saturn's Icy Moon Enceladus

This enhanced-color Cassini view of southern latitudes on Enceladus features the bluish " tiger stripe " fractures that rip across the south polar region. "These observations provide a unique insight into what is going on beneath the surface". But since the mission will be ending in September 2017, it may require another mission to this intriguing moon to fully figure out this mystery.

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Washington State Attorney General Will Continue Challenge To Trump's Travel Orders

Ferguson argued that the new order - which suspends all refugee resettlements and temporarily bars citizens of six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States - is too similar to the original travel ban to be enforced. Robart's ruling was upheld by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, forcing the Trump administration to issue a new travel ban earlier this week after some revisions .

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Samsung Galaxy S8 camera can capture videos @1000fps

Samsung's teased the Galaxy S8 on video, and now it's started putting up print adverts in parts of Asia, giving us clues as to when we might be able to buy it. Samsung is also ditching its iconic home button in the upcoming smartphone. Iris recognition, on the other hand, performs better than face recognition in low light cases.

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Sony Patent Suggests The Future Is People Siphoning Off Your Phone Battery

That is, you would be able to see your and your friends' phones, and click on any one to begin transferring power to them, just like the way you can currently scan for wifi hotspots right now. The patent says the technology will use a chip equipped with Near Field Communications (NFC), a technique that allows data transfer over short distances.

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Army arrests two Boko Haram suspects in Borno

Lawrence Ayeni sustained gunshot injury in his leg and is now at the military hospital receiving treatment". The two police officers were on a special duty along with the military in foiling the attacks. The terrorists and their collaborators hibernating in the area were never exposed. The terrorists reportedly shot sporadically at villagers and also set houses on fire.

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Windows 7/8.1 updates blocked on Kaby Lake/Ryzen CPUs

With Windows 10 Creators Update merely weeks away, the company is trying to use every means possible to get people away from older versions, especially Windows 7, which still dominates the PC world with more than 40% market share . " Qualcomm "8996" processor or a later generation ". While AMD has been mum on the subject, Intel previously confirmed that it has no plans of updating Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 drivers for Kaby Lake.

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Project Sonic 2017 Renamed Sonic Forces

The game is being developed by PagodaWest Games with the help of Christian Whitehead and Simon Thomley, the indie development duo who remastered the original Sonic games for mobile devices, in collaboration with Sega. No specific release date has yet been announced, but in the meantime fans can get a look at a bit of Sonic Mania's gameplay in the new gameplay teaser posted today, which shows off the classic Flying Battery Zone, making its return from Sonic 3 .

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Chance of snow in forecast for St. Patrick's Day weekend in MA

West wind 9 to 16 miles per hour. Friday day and night look clear, with a daytime high around 35 degrees. Mostly sunny, with a high near 36. Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 75 and winds 18 to 23 miles per hour with gusts as high as 33 miles per hour.

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India's Sharp Rap To Pakistan At UN: Don't Lecture Us On Minorities

In a smart reply to Pakistan's allegations, India said that minorities in India have become Prime Ministers, Presidents, Vice-Presidents, senior Cabinet Ministers, senior civil servants, cricket team captains, Bollywood superstars. "In contrast, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a "deep state" and has become a hub for the global export of terror", the official said. Reiterating India's stand on the Jammu and Kashmir, Baglay said: "The position of the government on Jammu and ...

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New iOS beta appears to confirm Apple's plan to kill outdated apps

The Indie Showcase initiative ensures that games from small studios are given a chance to thrive in a saturated market filled with free-to-play juggernauts like Clash Royale and titles from large developers like Nintendo's Super Mario Run .

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LG G6 Now Available on Pre-orders from AT&T, Special Offers Announced

You can either buy it on AT&T Next Program by shelling out $24 for 30 months or AT&T Next Every Year at $30 for 24 months. Earlier today T-Mobile shared launch details for the much anticipated LG G6 , and now it's time for both AT&T and Verizon to do the same.

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Sterling Archer Coming To Rock Band 4

We're big fans of the show. So when Rock Band 4 got the rights to Danger Zone they reached out to FXX and Floyd County Productions to create something handsome, a 3D Archer . Harmonix may also be hoping that this gives Rock Band 4 a sizeable sales boost. Yep, there are several of these adorable characters from the Pokémon franchise that make their way into Rock Band , thanks to a new video released by Gamerboymedia .

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Hawaii Judge Issues Temporary Restraining Order on Trump's Travel Ban

Refugees' advocates and civil liberties groups asked the Maryland court to find that the order discriminated against Muslims, "stigmatizing and demeaning one religious group". In an echo of his attack on the judge who struck down the first travel ban , Mr. Trump sarcastically suggested that Judge Watson might have acted for political reasons.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Not Be Coming to Nintendo Switch

I'm coming. I'm coming". " South Park: The Fractured but Whole won't be coming to the Nintendo Switch ". The gif was from an episode of South Park where Cartman decides to freeze himself to avoid waiting any longer for the Nintendo Wii.

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Netflix May Edit Its Content Specifically For Mobile Users

Seemingly, this would mean that certain scenes or shots could be altered to better suit a small screen mobile experience. HDR or high dynamic range is already part of many televisions at present. Samsung's recently announced Tab 3 with AMOLED display is the first tablet to support videos with greater dynamic range, while the LG G6 is the first phone to support both HDR10 (the 10-bit open standard) and Dolby Vision HDR.

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Google issues new guidelines to help search algorithm better spot offensive results

Google says the second example from The History Channel doesn't require the "Upsetting-Offensive" flag, though. While the company started using the contractors' service back in 2013, the group has recently significantly expanded and a new element has been introduced to their activity- the aforementioned "upsetting-offensive" mark, officially updated on Tuesday.

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NASA Releases First Images Of TRAPPIST-1 System

NASA also recently released a fully pixelated animation of the TRAPPIST-1 system which shows how each pixel has caught the light collected from TRAPPIST-1 star. The researchers created models based on the way species on Earth migrated between islands. Of course, this idea can only work if the TRAPPIST-1 planets in the habitable zone have atmospheres - after all, liquid water cannot exist without one.

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Alexa Integration is Coming to the Main Amazon App

Shoppers using the Amazon app could already search for products or check their order status with vocal commands. So, don't even think of trying to use this as a replacement for Siri, which has system-wide access on your iPhone or iPad. This new functionality for the Amazon app goes beyond standard Alexa voice support, as it also lets you control any compatible smart home devices and take advantage of Alexa skills.

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Tasmanian Sea Glows In The Dark In Worrying Climate Change Warning

Near the town of Penguin (just more proof that Tas is cute as hell) some bioluminescent phytoplankton, also known as sea sparkle (nyyyyaaaawwwww) completely took over Preservation Bay; creating an explosively illuminated landscape that could make one's jaw fall right off.

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Sen. Markey faults Trump for targeting fuel efficiency rules

He told the crowd his administration will "help the companies" that in turn "are going to help you". "There is no more handsome sight than an American-made vehicle", he also said. "Shame on" Trump, added David J. Arkush, managing director of Public Citizen's climate program, "and shame on the automakers egging on his dirty-air plans with the knowledge that he'll likely grant whatever they ask".

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Google's DeepMind AI Solves Problems Like a Human

The new DeepMind algorithm supports continual learning just like the synaptic consolidation of the human brain, which is the next step for AI in terms of mastering more challenging tasks and learning contexts. Blue is an AI without. Initially, its machine learning systems could learn to win games and beat human scores, but couldn't remember how it managed to do it.

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'Storm Stella' brings blizzards and disruption to U.S. northeast

NY was among cities that took a preemptive strike, announcing Monday that public schools will be closed for the city's 900,000 students. Winds could gust to 35 miles per hour, the threshold for the definition of a blizzard. "All the forecasts said the storm would hit New York City and Long Island the heaviest, although it would affect the entire state", he told a news briefing.

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Trump to visit Ireland "during the course of his presidency"

Other Washington St. Patrick's traditions will continue, too, including the annual Speaker's Lunch on Capitol Hill, hosted by House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., who boasts Irish ancestry, and the Ireland Fund's dinner Wednesday night, which will feature Vice President Mike Pence as its keynote speaker.

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US charges Russian spies over 2014 Yahoo breach

The other hacker , Alexsey Belan, is likely being protected in Russian Federation and is a known and wanted cyber criminal. They also got employees of a Russian investment banking firm, a French transportation company, USA financial services and private equity firms, a Swiss bitcoin wallet and banking firm and a US airline.

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Amtrak train creates avalanche for NY passengers

In this video , as the train was arriving, the snow which entirely covered the tracks started flying everywhere like a VFX scene from a Hollywood film. Videos of the snowy onslaught made rounds on social media as commuters at Penn Station weighed in. "I would have ran immediately", said Jesse Lewis of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

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Nvidia joins forces with Bosch to develop a self-driving auto computer

Mobileye has been purchased by Intel for $15.3, but this fact seems to have left both Bosch and NVIDIA unfazed. At Bosch group's annual Internet of Things (IoT) conference in Berlin, Dr. The chip that will be used in the AI cars will be the world's first single-chip processor which will allow the cars to reach the level-4 self-driving experience.

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Dragic powers Heat in win over Pelicans

Dragic, of Slovenia, suffered an injury to his right eye last week when he was elbowed by Cory Joseph of the Toronto Raptors. The team clearly missed him in their road loss to the Indiana Pacers and he carried the team on his shoulders, especially offensively to start the game.


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