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Nintendo Switch Becomes Fastest-Selling System In Nintendo History

In the same announcement, Nintendo announced they sold 1.3 million copies of Zelda . Although pricing for the rumored Switch Mini wasn't shared, the Citigroup analysts did predict that it could sell 6.7 million units in the twelve months through March 2019 - the ending of Nintendo's FY2018.

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Life on Saturn's Moon?

Could life exist out there, in our solar system? "This is a very significant finding because the hydrogen could be a potential source of chemical energy for any microbes that might be in Enceladus ocean", NASA Cassini project scientist Linda Spilker said.

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Apple Self-Driving Car Project is Alive

The California-based tech giant is expected to focus on software systems, letting partners manufacture vehicles, but would understandably want to be able to test its navigation technology in cars. Apple has received California DMV permit for testing self-driving vehicles in California. Similar research is being carried out by other automakers including Ford, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota, and by other groups including Uber and Google parent Alphabet.

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United Airlines won't use police to remove overbooked passengers - CEO

United CEO Oscar Munoz sat down with Good Morning America for his first interview since a man was violently dragged off a United flight Sunday. Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has distanced itself from a viral social media image that trolled United Airlines for forcibly removing a passenger from an overbooked flight.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 without Bixby Voice will launch on April 21

The Android 7.0 Nougat update brings a wide range of new features to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the update is around 1.44 GB in size. At launch, the company had said that people would be able to do things like edit or rotate a photo and play a video by simply using their voice.

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NewsFix in Space: NASA announces possible life on another planet

The findings were presented in papers published by researchers with NASA's Cassini mission to Saturn and work on the Hubble Space Telescope. For life to persist on any planet, it needs three vital energy sources: liquid water, right chemical ingredients (hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, carbon, and phosphorus), and an energy source for metabolism.

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Samsung's Bixby Works On Galaxy S7, Older Devices Running Android 7.0 Nougat

Or Cortana or Alexa. Bixby will have a female voices, but like Siri will be able to be changed to a male voice. By knowing your location, habits, and time of day, she should be able to give you help in many different situations. It has a tall, sleek screen that looks very similar to the Samsung flagship (sans the curved edges, of course), and its internals, while slightly less stellar than the Galaxy S8's updated specs, are still very formidable.

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Apple gets permit to test autonomous cars in California

If Apple were to start testing autonomous vehicles in California, it would be joining several other companies who have conducted similar testing in the state. Besides, it's one thing to test self-driving software in a lab and a completely different thing to test it out on the open road where driving conditions and the behavior of other drivers and pedestrians can be wholly unpredictable.

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Thousands flock to traditional Easter procession in German town

Christians believe Jesus was mocked publicly and crucified on a solemn Friday two thousand years ago. Join Emmanuel Boose and me on "Changing Your Community" broadcast on Urban Family Talk Radio for this week's Easter broadcast HERE.

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Trump tax return rallies held in Colorado

They say demonstrators left Berkeley's Martin Luther King Jr. They said it even contradicts some of the main promises President Trump made during his campaign. The Manhattan march was one of about 150 protests taking place in cities across the United States. Rosie Doherty Baldasano, a 94-year-old former nurse, joined the protest outside San Jose City Hall on Saturday demanding that President Donald Trump release his tax returns .

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Apple granted self-driving test permit Featured

A spokesman for CA DMV told Business Insider , "Today, April 14, 2017, California Department of Motor Vehicles issued Apple Inc.an autonomous vehicle test permit". This will also include investing heavily in the study of machine learning and automation, and with these stepping stones already in place, it is more than possible that a self-driving vehicle could be rolled out in the foreseeable future.

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Samsung Galaxy S6Android Nougat 7.0 Update Started Rolling Out

The Microsoft Edition will have features that make it easier to install and use Microsoft apps such as Outlook and Cortana. Now, it appears facial recognition wasn't ready either. A quick search on the Wi-Fi Alliance website reveals a certified Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus that carries model number SM-G955U1. 64 GB internal storage in Galaxy S8 sounds much better than 32 GB in S7.

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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Indiana Pacers - 4/15/17 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

James has always respected George, and his appreciation for him only grew during his fight for redemption. Tavares was a second-round pick of the Atlanta Hawks in 2014, but played in only 12 games for them over the past two seasons before being waived.

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Saturn's moon Enceladus holds 'three of four requirements' for life to exist

Meanwhile, Dr. David Clements, astrophysicist at Imperial College London, said: 'This discovery does not mean that life exists on Enceladus, but it is a step on the way to that result'. "Now, Enceladus is high on the list in the solar system for showing habitable conditions", said Hunter Waite, one of the study's leading researchers.

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Assad: Chemical attack in Syria is '100 percent fabrication'

China opted to abstain, a move Trump praised. But any such expectations have crashed into reality amid the nasty back-and-forth over Syria and ongoing US investigations into Russia's alleged interference in America's USA presidential election.

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Musk Shocks Tesla Stock After "Tesla Semi" Announcement On Twitter

They have called for two new independent directors without ties to Musk to be added to the board. This saw the shares of Tesla appreciate by 3.26% on Monday and to reach $312.39, a record high. Tesla is all ready to catalyze manufacturers and consumers to transition to electric vehicles more rapidly by coming up with compelling electric vehicles to market and Semi is a key part of this plan.

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Carrie Fisher Actually Won't Appear In 'Star Wars: Episode IX'

Unfortunately, Carrie passed away, and so by the time we were well underway with Episode IX in our thoughts, we had not written the script yet. But we regrouped, we started over again in January, so sadly Carrie will not be in IX. "I wanted to be here with you because I know you feel the same way". I think the legacy should continue. That's not the case, said Kennedy, who referred to Todd Fisher as "confused" about the situation.

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Three RAW 'agents' arrested in PoK, claims Pakistan media

Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh on Saturday said the government was taking all measures to gain consular access to former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav despite Pakistan denying it "13 times". "Pakistan talks about maintaining a good relationship with India". India has never taken diplomatic escalation to such a level, even during Kargil conflict and 1971 war, the annual engagements like meeting of Water Commissioners on Indus water treaty went on as usual, added Desai.

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N. Korea gears up to celebrate birthday of country's founder

The state TV also showed several KN-08 missiles being rolled out on trucks at the parade. Cold launches would also allow the missiles to be fired from silos. South Korea's Foreign Ministry said North Korea's willingness to go to war reveals the "true colors of North Korea's government that is bellicose and a breaker of regulations".

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Apple received a permit to test self-driving cars in California

Rumor has it that Apple is now working on autonomous driving technology and not a full-fledged vehicle. The Apple computer giant has received approval to test autonomous cars in California on Friday, an additional sign of the iPhone manufacturer's ambitions in the automobile of the future.

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NASA Finds Potentially Habitable Ocean Environment on Saturn's Moon

Molecular hydrogen was detected in the ice plumes erupting from the moon's surface in October 2015 when Cassini passed through the plumes, skimming just 49 kilometers (30 miles) above the moon's surface collecting samples. Scientists say one of Saturn's outer rings was actually formed from hydrogen rich water and ice being released from Enceladus. "This is the closest we've come, so far, to identifying a place with some of the ingredients needed for a habitable environment", shared Thomas ...

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North Korea threatens to 'ravage' USA if Trump orders airstrike

The isolated dictatorship's state-run TV showed what appeared to be several KN-08 and KN-14 missiles rolled out on trucks at the parade. North Korea in February claimed that it successfully test-fired a surface-to-surface " medium long-range ballistic missile " known as the Pukkuksong-2, which is potentially capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

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Microsoft Touts Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition

Rumors include an edge-to-edge screen and the removal of the physical home button - just like the S8. Likely to hit the market this coming September, as most major Apple phone releases do, the 10th anniversary edition of the iPhone is rumored to be pricier that past generations - possibly starting in the neighborhood of $1,000.

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NASA Teases 'Ocean Worlds' on Moons of Jupiter, Saturn

In an article published this week in the Journal Science , NASA revealed that the plume was found to contain molecular hydrogen - a potential energy source for life. This is important because the gas is used by microorganisms, known as methanogens, to produce methane from carbon dioxide. This new finding is therefore an independent line of evidence supporting the theory of hydrothermal activity taking place in the ocean of Enceladus.

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Come Clean: Marches Around US Demand Trump Release Tax Returns

Asked by ABC News what that response might be, Trump surrogate Kellyanne Conway emphatically said Trump would not release his tax returns because "people don't care". Marches are scheduled in San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well. In addition to the expected 25,000 marching in " Tax March Seattle", as many as 7,000 Black Lives Matter activists plan to come out for their own rally focusing on Trump's tax returns.

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NASA believes Saturn's moon could support alien life

But its detectors were turned towards Jupiter's icy moon Enceladus post discovering the emission of the towering plume of icy spray in 2015. The craft also collected samples during an earlier flyby. Quite a lot still needs to be established before we ca go ahead and proclaim the presence of life on the satellite with any certainty. "It would be like a candy store for microbes", said Hunter Waite, lead author of the Cassini study, according to NASA .

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Palace hit back to claim vital point

Sam Allardyce's reputation has largely been built on his ability to organise a defence and succeed with set-pieces, so when Christian Fuchs' long throw-in from the left wing was so casually headed in by Huth the Palace manager would have been concerned.

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Star Wars Rebels Announces Series Ends With Season 4

With the teams at DICE, Motive and Criterion working on the title, it has a pool of some of the fantastic talent all bringing their ideas to Star Wars Battlefront II . " Star Wars Battlefront II will offer everything players loved about the last installment, and adds new modes that we know the fans want, including an entirely new story developed in partnership with Lucasfilm".

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Hacker documents show NSA tools for breaching global money transfer system

Spreadsheets published by Shadow Brokers appeared to list banks that had been breached with "implants" - secret data-gathering software. However EastNets , which is based in Dubai, denied it had been hacked in a statement , and said the assertion was "totally false and unfounded".

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Samsung reports record United States dollars 8.76 billion quarterly operating profit

The trial of Samsung Electronics' vice chairman Lee Jae-yong has gotten underway following a pretrial hearing last month. Lee has previously denied the charges, saying that while Samsung did give money to the foundations, he didn't know Choi controlled them nor did he expect anything in return.

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Payday 2 Gets a Surprise Nintendo Switch Announcement

With the release of Arms , a new yellow joy-con and built-in battery will be released. The games will rotate and each month new classic games will take place of the previous month's games. Find a full list of the Switch's upcoming titles, including Sonic Forces and Disgaea 5 Complete , here. While the ability to play some of these titles on the go is certainly alluring and will tempt some players to pick them up for a second (or possibly third/ fourth time), the appeal is certainly ...

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Conte admits he can not stop Man United targeting Hazard

Jose Mourinho's side have two chances to qualify, with a top four finish and Europa League win both possibilities. "In football, I think my players are the best in the world". "It's not right. They deserve the best because they are having a good season, but I think all my players are having a great season". The four-time Premier League winners haven't tasted defeat at Old Trafford since 2011, when Carlo Ancelotti was at the helm.

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Eight Karnataka students drown off Maharashtra coast

A search was on for the missing student.A group of 19 students from Kapulapalem in the same district had come to Kakinada for the picnic and nine of them had entered the water. "Three students were brought to shore by the police in an unconscious state". According to reports, 40 students of Maratha Engineering College in Belagavi had gone to Maharashtra on a tour and were at Wairi beach in Sindhudurg district when the incident occurred.

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Life in Ocean of Saturn's Moon, Enceladus?

Scientists say one of Saturn's outer rings was actually formed from hydrogen rich water and ice being released from Enceladus. The researchers discovered that 98 percent of the gas content present in its plume is water, just one percent of it is hydrogen and the remaining one percent comprises of molecules of carbon dioxide, ammonia and methane.

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Ingredients For Life Exist On Saturn's Moon, Says NASA. Twitter Excited

On Earth, those chemical reactions allow microbes to flourish in hot cracks in the planet's ocean floors - depths sunlight cannot reach - meaning the moon could also nourish life. It also requires liquid water and a variety of key elements, primarily carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and sulfur. Cassini detected a large amount of hydrogen molecules coming out of the ice surface on Enceladus, which is the sixth-largest moon circling Saturn.


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