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Tiger Woods won't play in the Masters

Woods has not played competitively since withdrawing from the Dubai Desert Classic at the start of February due to back spasms. He made his comeback in December after missing all of the 2015-16 season in the wake of back surgery. However, a week later Woods also pulled out of the Genesis Open and Honda Classic and then cancelled his scheduled press conference at the former event, which benefits his foundation.

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Now You Can Discover New Possibilities With Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8+

In the U.S., the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 will cost $724.99 and $824.99 for the Galaxy S8 Plus. With the removal of the bezels at the top and bottom portions of the device as well as the home button from its façade, the displays look even wider than ever.

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Samsung S8 facial recognition feature fooled by photo, tester says

The 3000 mAh on the Galaxy S8 and the 3500 mAh battery on the S8+ are larger than the batteries on the competing iPhones. An optional docking station will turn the S8 phone into a desktop computer when connected to a regular TV. It also seems probable that Apple will respond to the Galaxy S8 by introducing wireless charging. The company has probably managed to find a way to keep their phones from exploding.

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All the Details on the New Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

During an interview with Fortune magazine, Grant Castle, vice president of T-Mobile, the third-largest US wireless carrier in the number of subscribers, said, "When converging with "Carrier Aggregation" technology, which combines a number of separate frequency bands into one frequency to improve the speed, the Galaxy S8 can achieve the data processing speeds of gigabit per second".

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Global impact of Trump climate rollback 'unclear'

President Trump rolled back environmental regulations this week that were put in place by the Obama administration. Not about to lose an opportunity to drive that point home, Chinese officials today reiterated their commitment to the Paris Agreement , and subtly chided the United States for its backwards-facing climate policies.

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I am planning for next season at Arsenal - Wenger

Arsenal emerged with a point and although it was not the best result in mathematical terms, Wenger suggested it could have galvanising potential. The van, which sported two different messages on either side, was parked on Drayton Park opposite the main Arsenal box office ahead of their crucial clash against Manchester City, live on Sky Sports 1HD .

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Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on: exciting and almost comfortable

The industry highly anticipated the launch of the Galaxy S8 following the mishaps in October with the Note 7, which had a faulty battery that would spontaneously burst into flames on airplanes and while charging. It should be noted that Samsung seems to know Face Unlock may not be the best option for fans of security. This is the reason why Samsung has not added the face unlock authorisation protocol for Samsung Pay purchases.

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Trump signs executive order unwinding Obama climate policies

Trump's decision to roll back the Clean Power Plan will undermine USA domestic climate actions, and its contribution to the Paris agreement [on climate change]. more hard and create huge uncertainty. "We are not going to backslide even if the United States at the moment...is backsliding from its previous commitments", he said.

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Trump wants Flynn to testify: White House

Gen. Michael Flynn wanted immunity in return for testimony on Russia, Politico reported Friday. " General Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit ", said a statement from Flynn's lawyer, Robert Kelner.

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Comcast, AT&T and Verizon will not sell Internet private data

Both AT&T and Comcast also published similar statements showing a unified front in the face of perceived governmental overreach and to allay fears among their customers. Comcast will use the browser history data to ensure that the correct ad reaches the user who is likely to be interested in the information, without compromising the customers' privacy.

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US ISPs Reassure That They Will Not Sell Your Browsing Data

Verizon (which owns Huffington Post parent company AOL) also published a similar letter on the topic Friday, defending both its privacy record and using the same exhausted line about regulatory "consistency" to defend Congress' rollback this week.

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Apple launches red iPhone

Apple has announced limited edition (PRODUCT) RED iPhones which feature a deep crimson matt aluminium finish and the same specs as the regular iPhone line-up. Even better, your ned red iPhone 7 is eligible for the Apple iPhone Upgrade Program. Apple quietly unveiled a new version of its 9.7-inch iPad. Apple has also doubled the storage capacities on the two iPhone SE variants - from 16GB and 64GB, to 32GB and 128GB respectively while retaining their price tags in the United States, with ...

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Mormon church plans to build 5 more new temples worldwide

The announcement was made during opening remarks at the Sunday morning session of the Church's 187th Annual General Conference in Salt Lake City. The Prophet also announced new temples in Brasilia, Brazil; Greater Manilla, Philippines; Nairobi, Kenya and Saratoga Springs, Utah .

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I Will Only Retire When I Die - Arsenal Manager, Wenger

Arsenal have offered the 67-year-old Frenchman a new deal to extend his stay at the Emirates who is prepared to "reinvent" himself in order to take the Gunners back to the summit of English football. In contrast, Arsenal are in very poor form. When the critics have been sharpening their knives in recent years, Arsene Wenger has been protected by his remarkable record of consistent Champions League qualification.

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Watching SpaceX relaunch its Falcon 9 rocket in world first

SpaceX rocket, called Falcon 9, was first used to send the Dragon cargo ship into space previous year. SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell told Bloomberg that it took the company almost four months to recover and refurbish the Falcon 9 used in Thursday's launch, adding that they ultimately hope to reduce that turnaround time to just 24 hours.

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US Company that paid Nikola Tesla's Hotel Rent facing Bankruptcy

Should an option involving abandonment of one or both units turn out to be the best option, he said , Scana will seek recovery under the provisions of South Carolina's Base Load Review Act. Echols said It's also possible that the Trump administration could step in to influence the outcome of the bankruptcy procedures. "Delays cost money.

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Crucial Part of ISS Shield Misplaced During Thursday Spacewalk

A piece of important cloth shielding to guard against micrometeoroids floated away while the astronauts were at work. A few hours after it came loose, Mission Control also determined that the shield posed no risk to the ISS and will eventually burn up in Earth's atmosphere.

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Algae blooms in Arctic as thinning ice lets in light

Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) found that global warming caused the melting of a significant quantity of ice and this thinning allowed the light to get through and facilitating this bloom. Phytoplankton is growing underneath the sea ice layer and is bound to blossom even more in the future if the temperatures keep remaining above average.

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'Gong Show' creator Chuck Barris dies at 87

But despite his potential government-sponsored wetwork, Barris will be remembered most for his contributions to the television landscape. Her husband then turned over a card that revealed his response: "In the auto". " The Gong Show " featured a series of contestants boasting outrageous talents who were then judged by a rotating panel of three judges including Rex Reed, Rip Taylor, Jaye P.

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Republicans reportedly may try another vote on Obamacare replacement bill next week

The answers to that question could determine how the setback affects the reputations of the Trump White House and Congress, how well those two Washington, D.C., power centers get along from now on, and how leaders move forward on health care and other issues on the president's agenda.

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Flynn files revised financial disclosures that include Russian payments

A financial disclosure form signed by Flynn on March 31 revealed this information. Although Nunes' visit to the White House executive office building to see the intelligence report without any other committee members spurred a media firestorm, the practice itself is not an unusual occurrence.

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Majority of Americans say Trump is 'too confrontational'

The margin of error was 3 percentage points. - Americans are likelier to support than oppose President Barack Obama's health care law, 45 percent to 38 percent. Only about 20 percent of those who identified as Republicans disapproved of Trump, while 6 out of 10 independents disapproved. Note that this poll was completed before the recent revelation that White House aides effectively laundered classified information to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) in an ...

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WWE 2K17 Is Free To Play On Xbox One This Weekend

You can check out a trailer for WWE 2K17 below to get yourself hyped for the free trial. Microsoft Xbox One's major rival is Amazon's Twitch streaming service. Now through 11:59 PM PT on Monday, April 3, Xbox Live Gold members can play the professional wrestling game from developer Yuke's and publisher 2K Games as much as they want at no cost.

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Flynn made United States dollars 1.3 million for lobbying, speeches, other work

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is in discussions with the House and Senate intelligence committees on receiving immunity from "unfair prosecution" in exchange for agreeing to be questioned as part of ongoing probes into possible contacts between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation, his attorney says.

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South Africa's new finance minister vows 'radical' change

Analysts have said such populism is aimed at the ANC's rural political base. "What sickens me is the allegation that I had secret meetings to undermine this country... But according to intelligence reports the president had apparently obtained from state agents, the minister and his deputy were in cahoots with some "foreign forces".

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Journalist says she's found Twitter account of FBI director

The defunct Twitter account led the reporter back to Instagram where she found a video of the younger Comey that had garnered a comment from an individual she presumed to be the Federal Bureau of Investigation director's son. Oh, and William & Mary News, Comey's alma mater. Comey revealed during a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee last week that the FBI is investigating Russian meddling in the election as well as potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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Kennedy Meeks shoots, and rebounds, and saves the day for Tar Heel

That set the stage for North Carolina to escape OR 77-76 as 5-point favorites behind crucial rebounds in the final seconds from Kennedy Meeks, who grabbed a total of 14 boards. "I guess he didn't think I was going to go for it", Pinson said of Jordan Bell, the OR forward who was helpless to stop Pinson from getting his hand on Meeks' second miss.

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New Record in Woman's Spacewalking Set by Peggy Whitson

That's the most spacewalks ever performed by a woman. Midway through Thursday's spacewalk , Whitson will surpass the current record for women of 50 hours and 40 minutes of total accumulated spacewalking time, held by former space station resident Sunita Williams.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 resurrection?

Samsung said components such as semiconductor and camera modules would be removed from Note 7 devices for reuse. However, something appears to have changed behind the scenes since Samsung has now announced that it is going to recycle the Galaxy Note 7 and sell it as a refurbished device.

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NCAA: Kentucky pulls away from UCLA to reach Elite Eight

Nigel Hayes made a pair of free throws with 4 seconds left in overtime to put the Badgers (27-10) up 83-81, setting up Chiozza's winning shot. "We don't get a lot for credit for being the best conference - people say the ACC or Big Ten", said Florida guard Chris Chiozza, who became the hero Friday with an improbable game-winner.

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Gators Set To Battle Wisconsin For Spot In Elite 8

It really didn't matter who brought the ball up for Wisconsin, the Badgers had trouble setting up their offense and any adjustments they tried to make were not effective. The Gamecocks (25-10) were in control from the middle of the first half on, mixing defenses and hustling all over the Madison Square Garden court to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time .

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Galaxy S8 and S8+ won't face any supply issues, Samsung promises

Then he followed up with "and Samsung Galaxy X in Q3". Galaxy S8 comes in two variants, Samsung Galaxy S8 with 5.8 inch display and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus with 6.2 inch display. According to Engadget , when the Microsoft Edition Samsung smartphone is connected to Wi-Fi for the first time, all of the Microsoft software is automatically downloaded and installed.

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Comcast, Verizon, AT&T Will Not Sell Internet Browsing Histories

Bill S.J. Res. 34 reverses a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling passed under the Obama administration that required ISPs to seek customer's permission before sharing browsing history and other sensitive data such as geolocation, financial, health and children's information.

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Maruti, Hyundai clock record yearly sales in 2016-17

The export sales were 124,062 units, registering flat year-on-year growth of 0.1 percent. Similarly, Ford India saw its domestic sales increase by 15 per cent to 8,700 units last month. What's worrying for Maruti is that the Alto and Wagon R are seeing demand waver. "We continue to see healthy orders for Brezza, Baleno and Ignis, and our effort is to improve their availability to minimise waiting time for customers", RS Kalsi, Executive Director (Sales and Marketing), Maruti Suzuki India, said.

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Kremlin spokesman says Americans' attitude towards Russian Federation caused by propaganda

Peskov pointed to then-President Barack Obama's sanctions against Russian Federation in late December in response to the alleged election interference as one reason for relations between the two countries being "maybe even worse" than during the Cold War.


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