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How to watch NASA's first 4K live stream from space

The stream itself will involve a conversation between astronaut Dr Peggy Whitson on the ISS and AWS Elemental CEO and co-founder Sam Blackman, reports Variety . The 4K and HD versions will be available at the site following the event, and a lower-resolution VOD version will be available after the event on NASA TV .

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Nintendo Switch File Size Revealed

For comparison, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild required 13.4 GB of storage, but 6.75 GB is still a sizable chunk of the hard drive for just one game. Mario Kart 8 originally debuted on the Nintendo Wii U in 2014, and was the best-selling game on the console, with 8.26 million units sold as of January 2017.

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United Airlines CEO apologizes as stock valuation drops by $1 billion

Munoz pledged a full review by April 30 "to fix what's broken so this never happens again". You may or may not agree with this passenger's refusal to be bumped off his Sunday night flight (personally, I'd have protested too), but there's no evidence he physically harmed anyone - he simply tried to hold on to his seat - while there is evidence he was assaulted.

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Tillerson on Syria: The first priority is the defeat of ISIS

Rouhani called for "an independent commission" by "impartial countries" into the claims. Earlier this year, Assad said that the country's government had never used weapons of mass destruction, including chemical weapons, against the Syrian people.

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NASA puts Earth up for adoption

NASA is putting the Earth up for adoption . Or users can explore and interact with a world map to print certificates from anywhere in the world-from a childhood street to the streets of Paris. They could get midtown Manhattan or a chunk of the Arctic Ocean. "Everyone who wants to participate will be able to", NASA said on its website. In this way, NASA is giving everyone an opportunity to celebrate their little corner of Earth in their own unique way by printing or sharing their ...

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You can 'adopt' a piece of the Earth now

Individualised scientific data will be given by NASA alongside each specific section, along with a certificate. NASA added a new feature before Earth Day 2017, which will occur on April 22, that allows users to virtually adopt a plot of land .

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Bayonetta Headed To PC In Stunning 4K Later Today

Though, you will certainly want to play this game with a controller as it's unwieldy on keyboard & mouse. Unlocked resolutions up to 4k, anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, SSAO lighting, scalable texture and shadow quality, and more. This includes a digital artbook, wallpaper exclusives, avatars and a five-song soundtrack sampler. The publisher has confirmed that the PC port is only available through Steam .

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Trump tells Congress Syria attack ordered to protect USA interest

Tillerson said defeating the Islamic State group remains the top focus. "If you gas a baby or drop a barrel bomb onto innocent people, you will see a response from this president", Spicer said. The strikes also prompted a backlash from Russian Federation. The fact that Russian Federation finds itself under such intense pressure to end support for Assad's regime represents a dramatic turn-around in Moscow's fortunes.

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European shares drop as banks and tech stocks weigh

Apple has already decided that it's going to design its graphics chips on its own and the company might take a similar step for its power management chip. Apple is Imagination's largest customer, providing just over half its revenue. "They are poaching like insane", the person said. German supplier Dialog Semiconductor now supplies Apple with power management chips.

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Microsoft has its own version of Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+

Then you connect any Bluetooth-enabled, USB or RF-type keyboard and mouse, and then dock the Galaxy S8 in the DeX Station. The Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition will come pre-installed with Microsoft's productivity and consumer applications such as Cortana, Excel, Outlook, OneDrive, OneNote, Bing, Groove, Skype, MSN News and more .

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South African President Jacob Zuma warns against racism resurgence in the country

But opponents, led by the main opposition party Democratic Alliance , believe a recent cabinet reshuffle that led to the dismissal of respected finance minister Pravin Gordhan may have angered enough ANC members to desert Zuma. At the commemoration Zuma said there was a racism onslaught in the country, which had become more direct and was no longer hidden. eNCA Senior Reporter Thulasizwe Simelane did an interview with Zuma in January 2016 in which he said the victory against racism was won.

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Hubble captures auroras on Uranus

Cassini surprised scientists with findings on Enceladus - which NASA now calls the brightest world in our solar system. The discoveries came from the Cassini spacecraft and the Hubble Space Telescope. Sending a lander to the moon has been the talk of the scientific community since Cassini first discovered that there were icy plume-like geysers on the planet, which signaled the possiblity of an ocean world beneath its crust.

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Norwegian PM visits China as part of restoration of ties

Solberg will travel to the business hub of Shanghai and the eastern city of Hangzhou before returning to Beijing to meet President Xi Jinping on Monday. A Chinese court had previously convicted Xiaobo of seditious activities against the government and sentenced him to 11 years of imprisonment in December 2009.

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UDM welcomes ConCourt directives on secret vote in no confidence motion

However, the court has reserved the right to issue further directions, meaning it could still decline to hear the case. "We have to reply to that by next Wednesday and all the parties must file their written submissions by 21 April", said Mabuza.

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United CEO says removed passenger was 'disruptive and belligerent'

United Airlines was within their legal rights to call in Chicago police officers to forcibly remove the man from their plane, attorneys said. The US Department of Transportation (DOT) said it was reviewing whether United complied with overbook rules that require airlines to set guidelines on how passengers are denied boarding if they do not volunteer to give up their seats.

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Northwestern rower missing after falling in Lincolnwood canal

The coach and several other team members jumped into the water to try to find the missing team member, Cubbage said. Two were later taken to the hospital for observation after being exposed to the newly-melted waters, Lincolnwood deputy fire chief Ray White told ESPN .

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Physician dragged from overbooked United flight

According to DNAInfo , the officer who dragged the passenger off the plane has since been suspended pending a review of the incident. Other social media users questioned whether the man would have been removed as forcefully had he not been Asian.

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Tillerson: Syria strike a message to others, including N Korea

The New York Times reported last week that the Trump administration was looking to roll out its first measures against China on trade. "This coordinated initiative could force North Korea to make real demilitarization concessions, while providing a win for both China and the United States ", Markey wrote , adding that China has unsuccessfully urged the U.S.

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Tens of thousands march against Zuma in South Africa

Mr Zuma dodged further calls for him to step down by powerful bodies in the country, such as unions and the South African communist party. Zuma's ruling party, the African National Congress, has an absolute majority in parliament, but the opposition expects numerous ruling MPs to break the party discipline and vote conscientiously.

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Sassa CEO disputes minister Dlamini's claims made in her affidavit to ConCourt

This is contained in an affidavit filed by Sassa chief executive Thokozani Magwaza in the Constitutional Court yesterday. Magwaza responded with his own affidavit denying the Minister's statements. Magwaza says he's still battling to understand why Dlamini was adamant that CPS be used. He also said there was also no record of Dlamini engaging with Sassa to consider options other than CPS.

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Man dragged from United Airlines plane in overbooked flight row

United merged with Continental in 2010. China social media users were in an uproar Tuesday (April 11) over viral footage of a Chinese-American man dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight, decrying perceived racism and calling for a boycott.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Now In Progress

The folks at SamsungVN have obtained alleged images of the refurbished Galaxy Note7 device that has a model number of SM-N935. Sprint is rolling out firmware version N920PVPU3DQC5 for the Galaxy Note 5 in the country. It comes with a 5.7-inch 2K Super AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The date seen on the phone's lock screen indicates that the pictures were taken Friday, April 7th, and the specs state that it's running a build of Android 7.0 from February 2017 - ...

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Wells Fargo Report Shows Bogus Accounts Go Back To At Least 2002

The report is a stunning rebuke for an executive who had received nothing but praise from the bank until recently. She was aware the community bank was firing roughly 1,000 people annually for improper sales. "A full and fair examination of the facts will produce a different conclusion", Enu Mainigi, of the law firm Williams & Connolly, said in a statement .

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Samsung Galaxy S8 brings more biometric security features than you can handle

Infinity Display: The first thing you'll notice about the S8 is that it has no buttons on the front screen. Samsung's newest security feature can easily be fooled. The Galaxy S8 series features a rear-facing 8-megapixel f/1.7 snapper with Dual Pixel technology, ensuring better autofocus performance even in a low-light situation.

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Trump quietly repeals internet privacy protection laws

The rules would have required broadband companies to acquire consent from customers before using or selling their personal data - like browsing history and limited financial information - for tailored advertisements. However, as promised , President Trump has now signed the resolution into law repealing FCC rules to protect consumers from privacy invasions by ISPs like Comcast , AT&T , Verizon, and Time Warner Cable.

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Global Engineered Parquet Flooring Market 2017 Industry Growth with CAGR in Forecast

The market drivers, limitations, and growth prospects of each segment are discussed in this report and, based on that, analysts have determined the future of the market for Gas Lasers in the global arena. To evaluate the demand trends exhibited by the market , the report studies consumer surveys, application surveys, and mystery shopping. Besides the historical data, the emerging sectors in the Global Embedded Processors market are mentioned in this report.

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Here's The Sexiest Samsung Galaxy S8 Case We've Seen Yet

Amazon, on the other hand, mentioned that the item will be released come April 20, in time for the arrival of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones. That being said, DisplayMate took a closer look on the upcoming Samsung phone. In addition, this is also a good news for users who are anticipating iPhone 8 as Apple called for its rival company for help. If you follow the tech industry closely, the one thing that pops up on your mind when you have to recall what's happened in the year 2016 is ...

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Samsung Dex station pricing and availability details announced, to cost $149

Beyond all its exciting new features, Samsung also addressed the elephant in the room - is the S8's battery safe? Along with the rumor of the relocated scanner button is a new dual-camera setup , with the cameras being stacked vertically on the back of the phone.

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Qualcomm hits back at Apple's lawsuit, accuses iPhone maker of false statements

In its own lawsuit against Qualcomm, Apple alleges that Qualcomm has been involved in price-fixing and that the chip designer has inflated the prices of essential components with its licensing model. "We didn't ask for this fight". Further, Apple has not suffered tangible injury, antitrust or otherwise, meaning the company is not eligible for damages, the countersuit says.

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Gov't reveals details of "typical Australian" following census

The full census data is expected to be released in June, and it's set to give a detailed glimpse into the lives of Australian Baby Boomers. Rebecca's characteristics have not change markedly over the past decade, although the she is a year older than in 2006.

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Video of passenger getting dragged off flight sparks uproar

While we've all got our own nightmare travel stories, several people who have seen the images say it's the worst they've seen. "In that situation it looked like his head hit the armrest of what looked like was my husband's seat and then he was drug out and his lip was busted and he looked unconscious when he was drug out".

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Griezmann strikes to share points in Madrid derby

However, Real took control of the game as the first half wore on and only two stunning stops prevented Zinedine Zidane's men from taking a half-time lead. "Their midfielders, their backs. they all know how to play". "That was a great match by Madrid ", Griezmann said about their first league showdown this season.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 phone series

One big feature that drives many a purchase is a phone's battery life, and we have some insider information on what we might expect from the iPhone 8. Also when you are using a Bixby-enabled app you can easily call the AI assistant and it will understand the current context and state of the application.

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US regulators aim to keep the ban on in-flight phone calls

The FCC initially put the ban in place in 1991 over concerns that cell phone use could block the ground-based relay system. Pai, who former President Obama first appointed to the FCC in May 2012, needs the two other agency commissioners to sign off before the 2013 plan is officially squashed, according to Reuters.

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Sergio García beats Justin Rose in Masters play-off

Garcia then birdied the 14th and eagled the 15th, where Rose responded with a birdie to head to the 16th tee tied for the lead. Justin Rose was bloodied but unbowed after losing to Sergio Garcia in a dramatic playoff at the U.S. "I don't have the thing I need to have ... in 13 years I've come to the conclusion that I need to play for second or third place". He birdied there from 8 feet, while Garcia's 5-footer to match didn't touch the hole, for a one-stroke lead.


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