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Samsung Galaxy S8 May Use Your Face to Verify Mobile Payments

As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy S5 and the original Galaxy A7 are not the only Samsung devices to be receiving new Android Security patches this week. It will be powered by a 6,000 mAh battery to allow it to run smoothly for up to 12 hours of usage or video playback. Besides this the latest news is that Bixby has been confirmed for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8.

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Trump delivers budget boosting military, cutting EPA, State Dept.

The Washington Post called it "the clearest snapshot yet of Trump's priorities". Budget Director Mick Mulvaney stated broadly that the budget was meant to defund areas of the Government that had been deemed wasteful or ineffective in the interest of being better stewards of taxpayer dollars.

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Trump's first budget plan is a great start

But the proposal to cut the Environmental Protection Agency's budget by 31 percent can only be seen as a first step toward dismemberment. "We call on members of the U.S. That's welcome news after eight years of Obama-era weakness that cut the Pentagon budget by $100 billion between 2011 and 2014 alone, a 15 percent plunge.

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Samsung Delays Galaxy X To Avoid Note 7 Disaster

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will reportedly sport a matte black finish, can shoot 1000fps videos , and use facial recognition to complete payments. Samsung is resorting to other features to try and differentiate its most expensive phone in a field now crowded with up-and-coming rivals, including Chinese names such as Huawei Technologies Co.

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Delta IV finally launches military satellite WGS-9

Air Force streaks into space from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in this long-exposure image taken on March 18, 2017. The United Launch Alliance (ULA) said it had launched a Delta IV carrier rocket with the ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-9) military communications satellite for the US Air Force from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Saturday.

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Politics Here are the biggest winners and losers in Trump's first budget

And Congress is certain to make changes. How Trump's budget could affect employment at those agencies' OR offices is unclear because analysis of the proposed budget isn't centralized. Trump is also proposing the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts , the National Endowment for the Humanities and cutting to zero all funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting .

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Key Conservative Group Gets On Board With House Obamacare Repeal Bill

The White House and some House conservatives agreed Friday to make changes in the troubled Republican health care bill in hopes of easing deep party divisions over the overhaul plan. With Ms. Collins's declaration, that number is now down to one. "We're 47th in per capita spending", says Julian Walker, vice president for communications at the VHHA.

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Cyclone Enawo's death toll in Madagascar jumps to 38

Officials revised the death toll and number of injured on Friday, having originally reported that just four people had lost their lives. A 2004 cyclone, Gafilo, killed 363 people, according to the EM-DAT International Disaster Database. But, estimates from the Red Cross indicate that up to 700,000 people would be affected by Enawo which is the most powerful to strike the Island since 2012.

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Blue-chip stocks of the day: Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE : FCX)

The rating firm gave a Neutral rating to this stock in a research note published on Feb 21, 2017. Deutsche Bank AG reissued a "hold" rating and issued a $14.00 target price on shares of Freeport-McMoRan in a report on Tuesday, February 7th.

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Beijing, Saudi Arabia agree to more oil cooperation, exports to China

Saudi Arabia said on Friday it had completed all necessary arrangements for Iranian pilgrims to attend the annual Hajj pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, the official SPA news agency said, an issue that has created tensions between the two regional powers in the past.

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Apple says to add two more R&D centres

Cook said at the panel that China should open further to foreign investment, adding that globalization has lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty across the globe, even if the benefits have been uneven in many countries. China has unique characteristics, in that its mobile payment market is well ahead of the US and local consumers have a greater willingness to change habits, Cook said at a panel discussion at the China Development Forum in Beijing.

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High stakes for Trump on GOP health care bill

Ryan insisted to reporters that the bill was still on a path to pass the House and that Republicans have been working "hand in glove" with the White House on the repeal plan. Dennis Ross, R-Fla. They say a GOP proposed tax credit to help people pay medical costs is too generous, and they want to terminate all of Obama's insurance requirements, including mandatory coverage of specified services like drug counseling.

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Beauty and the Beast (2017) - Worth an RSVP?

I actually want a sequel or prequel just focusing on LeFou. It's hard to not sing along with the movie when you're in the theater. Although the " Harry Potter " star does not have the vocal prowess of a Broadway star, she makes up for it by giving a genuine and emotional touch to the story.

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Microsoft begins blocking updates for older Windows versions on newer hardware

The Creators Update where this new policy is found is still pre-release software but given Microsoft's response it's unlikely this will change. By far one of the busiest in Windows Insider Program history and if you go back to last Friday, the 10th of March, the total number of build moves is seven (5 PC and 2 Mobile).

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Glenn Maxwell Mocks Virat Kohli's Shoulder Injury

Kohli has been dismissed by five different bowlers so far - Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Steve O'Keefe, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins - for an aggregate of 46 and an average of 9.20 this series. The Australian all-rounder too had to dive in order to save the ball from going over the ropes and while getting up Maxwell mimicked Kohli by grabbing his shoulder with a smirk on his face.

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How Can Water Bears Survive Desiccation?

These TDP genes form "non-crystalline amorphous solids (vitrify) upon desiccation, and this vitrified state mirrors their protective capabilities". The process is known as vitrification, and it allows microscopic organisms to keep their molecules and proteins together until better weather conditions appear and the organism is rehydrated.

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Republicans to challenge Trump over climate change

USA environmental group the Sierra Club has asked the Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general to investigate whether the agency's head, Scott Pruitt, violated internal policies when he said he did not believe carbon dioxide was a major contributor to climate change, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

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Trump quotes a Nigerian poem, calls it Irish proverb

Patrick and his legacy. The White House gets the little things wrong about as often as it gets the big things wrong: "During the annual White House meeting with the Irish Prime Minister on Thursday, President Donald Trump shared one of his favorite proverbs with Taoiseach Enda Kenny ".

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Insider Activity for Investors: Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (SBGI)

These analysts have also projected a Low Estimate of $0.3/share and a High Estimate of $0.33/share. (NASDAQ:SBGI) is now showing its ROA (Return on Assets) of 4.2%. Investors of record on Wednesday, March 1st will be given a dividend of $0.18 per share. At present, 0 analysts call it Sell, while 1 think it is Hold.

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Salman Khan is exploring the wild side of films

The global action crew, led by Struthers, is ensuring all safety guidelines to train the wolves for the sequence. The film-makers have roped in Hollywood stunt crew, lead by Tom Struthers to train Salman Khan for the scene. Salman is now in Austria where the film is being shot. Yes, Salman Khan is now being very much anxious and cautious about Katrina Kaif on the sets of Tiger Zinda Hai after she hurt her back during the shooting of Jagga Jasoos .

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Prosecution summons SK chief Chey over scandal of impeached president

The row comes as Ms Park was called for questioning and named as a suspect in the wide-ranging corruption scandal that eventually led to her downfall. The Ministry of Interior said Wednesday that May 9 has been chosen as the date for the election. At that meeting, Mr Hwang said he would not run in the election, dealing a blow to conservatives looking for viable candidates, reported Yonhap news agency.

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Trump's Budget Will Include Cuts to NASA and Several of Their Programs

Overall, the budget proposal shows Trump's continued support for NASA . The Stennis Space Center's Astro Camp summer program, which is funded by NASA's educational department, allows kids to learn from and work with real agency engineers.

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Century Air Traffic Control Infrastructure Reflected in White House Budget

Simply put, those favoring privatization are those who would profit most from it. Privatization will turn over the air traffic control system to airlines - the same companies that are responsible for your shrinking seats, baggage fees and lost luggage.

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NH-born woman now 8th in Iditarod sled dog race

Mushers come from all over the world to compete in the historic race, traversing 1,000 miles of Alaskan wilderness with their devoted teams of dogs. Wade Marrs, a 26-year-old veteran who had his highest finish at fourth last year, was the first to leave the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race checkpoint in Tanana on Tuesday.

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Nintendo plans to double Switch production for coming year

It enjoyed a successful first weekend, becoming the best launch for a Nintendo console in Europe and North America. Nintendo obviously wants to follow the success of the Wii, the Wii U's predecessor launched in 2006 that reportedly sold 101.63 million units as of 2016.

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Anti-Trump McDonald's tweet a cautionary tale for social media managers

In a new and unlikely-to-be-deleted message, McDonald's claims its account was " compromised " before the tweet was unleashed, and that they're "investigating" the incident . The Tweet was even pinned for a time before the social-media cleanup crew could sweep it away-which, as noted above, would seem to dispel the suggestion that it was a employee error.

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Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15060: More Bug Fixes

If you're hoping to start running Windows 7 or 8.1 on a shiny new AMD Ryzen or Intel Kaby Lake processor, you might want to rethink those plans. If that does happen, visit Settings Update & security Windows Update to check if you need to restart your PC.

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White House resists GOP pressure, stands by wiretap claim

On Wednesday, House of Representatives intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes, a Republican, and top Democrat Adam Schiff said they had seen no evidence Trump Tower was tapped and they would ask Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey about the issue during a public hearing on Monday.

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McDonald's Investigating Anti-Trump Tweet Sent From Company Account

It was even pinned to the top of the page, before it was deleted approximately 20 minutes later. The company said that it was notified by the micro-blogging platform that its account had been compromised . "There are just so many ways, if you're not careful, for an adversary to have access to your social media accounts", said Michael Bailey, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of IL at Urbana-Champaign.

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Windows 10 Creators Update may force updates over metered connections

Microsoft has changed things a bit with Windows 10. If you're using one of the 400 million computers running on Windows 10, there's a really good chance you love it. When Microsoft initially announced the restrictions, they were also meant to impact some PCs that use 6th-generation Intel processors ("Skylake"), which went on sale in late 2015.

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Prove it or apologize, Quigley tells Trump on wiretapping

Democrats are likely to push Comey to say explicitly that Trump made the entire thing up, a statement that would mean the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief was accusing his own boss of lying. Nunes and Schiff said they are waiting for information from the country's Department of Justice by next Monday about whether the agency knows of any court-ordered wiretaps of Trump, but said they have learned of no such bugging in their investigation.

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Did President Trump Announce Plans to End the 'Meals on Wheels' Program?

In the budget blueprint , Trump's promised border wall will get a cash influx of $1.5 billion, with possibly more funds flowing to that project in next year's budget. It says it would save $175 million. "The administration's proposed cuts to nondefense discretionary spending would touch on programs and services that many Americans turn to every day", the Center for American Progress, a left-wing Washington, D.C.

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Garth Brooks to Free Show for Austin Residents on Saturday

Gates open at 11 a.m., and Brooks will hit the stage at 8 p.m. Amazon Music announced that admission by complimentary ticket to this event will be restricted to residents of Austin and surrounding areas. He'll discuss his new partnership with Amazon Music. "When you come back here, Austin is the home of the music and the heart, the content... this was the place that fed us when we couldn't afford to feed ourselves, and a man can make a living in Texas alone just playing Country music", ...

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Yahoo shareholders suing company over hacking, data breach

Whitehall sources said that MI5 was brought in to investigate the threat because the activities of Russia's FSB intelligence agency fitted into its remit to target "hostile actors", whether or not the email accounts of British citizens were targeted.

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Seahawks bring back Luke Willson, DeShawn Shead

He's versatile, too. Shead has been trained at both safety spots, has experience playing nickel and was the Seahawks' special-teams captain last season. The first and second waves of signings passed without him finding a deal he liked. Once Cook cleared, the Seahawks made a decision to bring back Willson.


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