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Samsung unveils Galaxy S8 smartphone

It's actually integrated already into your phone's camera through Bixby, which is the new virtual assistant that is already deeply integrated into the camera . This year, the company apparently wanted to fully resolve the battery issues that led to the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Both the phones come with Alway On display and IP68 water and dust resistance capabilities.

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Comey wanted to reveal Russian meddling before election

FBI Director James Comey wanted to write a New York Times op-ed revealing Russia's campaign to influence the USA presidential election back in the summer of 2016 - but then-President Obama stopped it, according to Newsweek . "We are not on anybody's side, ever". "We're not fools. I know that when I make a hard decision a storm is going to follow. We just don't care, and we can't care", he said.

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Hodge apologizes to Kohli over injury comments

On a TV Show, Hodge commented that Kohli, who missed the fourth test match against Australia because of his shoulder injury, was actually saving himself up for the IPL. "No, it has changed for sure". "As I said, in the heat of the battle you want to be competitive but I've been proven wrong". I thought that was the case but it has changed for sure.

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Things You Should Know About New Samsung S8

Samsung's latest flagship phones have ditched the physical home button found in their predecessors and introduced a new virtual assistant . Infinity Wallpapers live in the Samsung Themes app, and they package three different live wallpapers together as one - for the Always-On Display , lock screen and home screen - with smooth transitions between each three levels.

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Emirates, Scoot planes damaged in Singapore

The Scoot TZ188 flight, which was originally scheduled to leave at 1.30am, was rescheduled to to "around 6am" on a replacement aircraft. Scoot is a Singaporean low-priced long-haul airline owned by Singapore Airlines. As a result, all affected passengers have been rebooked on alternative flights. It was subsequently rescheduled to around 6am on a replacement aircraft, while the affected plane underwent fix.

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Months Before Election, Comey Wanted to Go Public on Russian Federation

Comey wanted to publish the op-ed in The New York Times , but United States officials did not support him, saying that such a revelation must be backed by multiple intelligence agencies, not just one person, according to Newsweek . "We're not fools. I know that when I make a hard decision a storm is going to follow. Most people are wearing glasses that filter the world according to side", he said.

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Samsung Sets Out Recycling Plan For Faulty Galaxy Note 7

It has revealed that devices shall be considered to be used as refurbished phones or rental phones where applicable . An investigation found that a there was a problem with the battery, which caused the over-heating. Samsung Electronics announced on Tuesday it will sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, after production was suspended previous year due to battery issues that caused fires and explosions.

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Galaxy S8 integrates Pinterest visual search in Bixby

The curved edges also provide a classy look to the phone with noticeably reduced bezels and no physical buttons. In an attempt to regain the trust of consumers, the Galaxy S8 comes brimming with new features, including a security system that utilizes facial recognition software and a new digital assistant named Bixby.

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Official Announcement & Trailer] Destiny 2 Leak Confirms PC Version

You may already pre-order here and in doing so, secure a spot in the upcoming beta. That's presumably happening on the PC as well; it doesn't say otherwise. Are any of you looking forward to Destiny 2? Ghaul and the Red Legion have overpowered the Guardians and destroyed the Last City. Guardians are running out of power, and the few survivors have left.

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Consoles now sold out at Best Buy a day after restock

Be ready on Best Buy's NES Classic page to hit that purchase button when the restock goes into effect. Best Buy announced that they will carry "limited quantities" of the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic Edition from 1pm ET today, only to have it sold out in a matter of minutes.

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Telegram Introduces End-To-End Encrypted Voice Calls With Emoji Authentication

Your voice calls are also end-to-end encrypted, which means that data bytes sent and received during the call are all secure from hijacking. Telegram, a messaging app known for its emphasis on secrecy, today announced that it's rolling out the voice calling feature that it has been testing for a long time.

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ACT Fibernet debuts 1Gbps broadband in Hyderabad

Internet Service Provider ACT Fibernet plans to invest Rs 1,000 crore to Rs 1,200 crore towards business growth across the country over the next 18-24 months, a top official said today. While the country is undergoing a mobile internet revolution courtesy Reliance Jio, ACT Fibernet's newest offering will fundamentally change the way consumers interact with the internet.

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George W. Bush: Trump's Inauguration Speech Was 'Some Weird Sh

Bush attended the event with his wife, Laura, as well as three other former presidents and first ladies, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack and Michelle Obama, and Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter. Bush has not made any public comment on the ceremony and has largely stayed silent about the new administration. From his oddly endearing amateur paintings to his relatable poncho-fighting in the rain, (and compared to the Creamsicle Carnie in office), Bush seems downright appealing these days.

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A look at latest ruling on Trump administration travel ban

A federal judge in Hawaii decided Wednesday to extend his order blocking President Donald Trump's travel ban, preventing the government from suspending new visas for people from six Muslim-majority countries and halting the US refugee program.

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Samsung Galaxy S8,S8+ launch: Unique, top features and should you buy it?

Not only has Samsung included the headphone jack , but it is tapping into its recent Harman acquisition by bundling a pair of AKG earphones with the Galaxy S8 . The fingerprint scanner now sits on the back side of the phone next to the camera module, which isn't the best place to put a fingerprint scanner.

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David Bowie's former NY apartment is now on the market

The Midtown Central home has several, large windows that offer views of Central Park. Alas, the panic room that the couple built in the master bedroom - in case a crazed fan snuck into the apartment - has been turned back into a toilet, Luxury Listings NYC reported.

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Trump Set to Sign New Executive Order Rolling Back Climate Regulations

No one country is going to solve this alone", he said. The GCF has been a key ingredient to the Paris Agreement, and without adequate financial inputs, the agreement is expected to fail. "We will stand by Paris, we will defend Paris, and we will implement Paris", the official added. "If they, at the moment, lose all the tools they have in order to achieve those targets, it's pretty clear they will not achieve those targets", he said.

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Samsung announces Bixby ahead of the Galaxy S8's unveiling

Rhee explained that completeness means that Bixby will be able to complete a multitude of tasks, meaning that the virtual assistant will be able to do nearly anything that the user can do via touch. The bad news is that when the Galaxy S8 launches only a subset of pre-installed applications will be Bixby-enabled. However the biggest challenge that the Samsung Bixby voice assistant may face, at least early on would be app support.

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 has one pretty display

The Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display while the S8+ comes with 6.2-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display which Samsung is calling the Infinity Display . Bixby works with "contextual awareness", meaning as it learns more about you, it can offer even more personal answers. Folks who preorder get a free version of Samsung's new Gear VR headset, including its new controller and some Oculus content.

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E-cigarette nicotine ban condemned as 'flawed and unethical'

Today, Wagner said if an e-cigarette got approved as a stop-smoking medicine under the Medicines Act the Government may consider subsidising it. Wagner said the government was taking a "cautious approach" by aligning the regulations around vaping with those for cigarettes.

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Samsung may sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices

If demand is present, with agreement from local authorities and operators, Samsung said it may resell the Note7. Samsung also announced it will participate in new research led by the European Union aimed at developing a new environmentally friendly technology to recycle smartphones.

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John Oliver Mocks Trump's Awkward Meeting With German Chancellor

Trump accused Merkel of "ruining Germany" for allowing thousands of Syrian and other refugees into the country. Trump also stood by unproven claims that the Obama administration tapped his phones, and expressed solidarity with a surprised Merkel, whose government charged Washington in 2013 may have been spying on her.

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson readyt to break spacewalk record

She served as commander of the station during her second visit and was the first non-military pilot, and first female, to serve as chief of NASA's astronaut office at the Johnson Space Center. That's the most spacewalks ever performed by a woman. Whitson's last spacewalk was on January 6 with Commander Shane Kimbrough when she hooked up new lithium-ion batteries and inspected the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer.

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Trump vows to 'fight' members of his own party in 2018 election

Geraldo Rivera said Wednesday that a group of congressional Republicans known as the Freedom Caucus committed "treason" for opposing an extremely unpopular plan to replace Obamacare. This is not the first time that Trump has criticized the group. As Republicans recover from their health care defeat, the White House and GOP leaders in Congress are hoping to claim tax reform as their first major legislative achievement.

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Putin: Criticism of Russia protest arrests is 'interference'

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday visited an Arctic archipelago, part of Russia's efforts to reaffirm its foothold in the oil-rich region. The Arctic is thought to hold one-quarter of the planet's undiscovered oil and gas and is the subject of increasing rivalry between countries as the melting of the polar ice caps open up more of the region for exploration.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Gets a PS4 Beta This Week

Build your own Gwent deck and try tutorials before facing other players in casual online matches according to developers CD Projekt Red. PS4 is last in the planned platforms to receive the beta treatment, with PC and Xbox One starting their ongoing closed betas back in October 2016.

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Trump thumps Freedom Caucus over health care

Conversations between the caucus and leadership did pick up pace as it became clear the bill was in trouble but by then it was too late. McCarthy said they are still unclear of the timeline on the Obamacare repeal, but it will hit the floor when they have the votes.

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Trump signs order to roll back Obama's climate change measures

Last year "was the hottest year on record , beating 2015 which was the hottest year before that", he added, citing recently released data from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Therefore, the order is likely to bring more heat waves. This is in line with the federal regulatory review order and infrastructure executive orders issued earlier this year .

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What's new in Samsung Galaxy S8?

Previous rumours had hinted of a glass-back for iPhone 8. The S8 weights 155 grams compared to the larger variant that is slightly heavier at 173 grams. Alongside, some proprietary Samsung features. One of the most talked about features of the S8 was finally Samsung's AI Assistant, Bixby . Support for third-party apps will be available in the future, Samsung says.

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Trump Team Gave Russians "Thumbs Up" to Release Hillary Smears

They are just the latest government officials along with the Republican chairmen of the Senate and House intelligence committees to debunk the claim . "Fair to ask why he didn't think voters deserved to know", tweeted Brian Fallon, who formerly served as press secretary for Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee.

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South Africa: Ahmed Kathrada, Anti-Apartheid Giant, Dies

Tributes poured in for Kathrada, who was released from prison in October 1989 at the age of 60. Kathadra remained dedicated to the anti-apartheid struggle upon his release. He was arrested on the outskirts of Johannesburg in July 1963 when the police swooped on Liliesleaf Farm in the suburb or Rivonia, where he was meeting with others "banned" by the apartheid government.

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Samsung could sell some refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphone

The company will sell refurbished versions of the phone, though Samsung is still determining where via talks with regulatory authorities and carriers. The devices, once most sought after, were banned by authorities in the USA and elsewhere from use on planes. However, during a recent interview with MobileSyrup, Samsung Canada said there was actually 67,000 devices out in the Canadian marketplace, with 99 percent now returned.

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Samsung may sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 handsets

The announcement appears to walk back on what Samsung initially pledged last fall, when it said it would dispose of the Note 7 and had no plans to fix or refurbish them. After the second recall, Samsung made a decision to discontinue production of the Note 7. We previously heard rumblings about refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices making their way to consumers just over a month ago.

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South African anti-apartheid leader Ahmed Kathrada dies aged 87

He became involved in politics at a young age, and soon became friends with Mandela and other anti-apartheid leaders from the ANC, some of whom would become his cellmates. While in prison, Kathrada earned four university degrees. "So when I was arrested in the Free State in 1955, the head of police said, 'I've never seen an Indian in my life".

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South Africa's finance chief recalled from United Kingdom trip

Talk Radio 702 said Gordhan's dismissal had been discussed on Monday at talks between Zuma and the South African Communist Party, allies of the ruling African National Congress. Local media reported that Gordhan visited the ANC party headquarters in Johannesburg shortly after his return. A Pretoria court is due to hear on Tuesday Gordhan's request for a declaratory judgment that he can not interfere with decisions by South Africa's major banks to cut their ties with businesses owned by ...


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