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Nintendo Direct for ARMS, Splatoon 2 coming this Wednesday

The Big N will be airing a special event globally at 3:00 P.M. PT / 6:00 P.M. ET / 11:00 P.M. United Kingdom time, which is set to include Arms and Splatoon 2. That's not to say that fans aren't excited for ARMS on Nintendo Switch. We can probably expect another character to debut, along with any other gameplay details Nintendo has been staying mum on so far.

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Players Championship: Ian Poulter seizes second chance as Kim joins exclusive club

Kim finished tied for 20th at the 2012 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament at PGA West in Palm Springs at age 17 years, five months, six days, making him the youngest player to graduate from qualifying school. It was only the third albatross in the history of the tournament and the first on that hole. "My form is good - I don't feel like I've got a lot out of my game over the last few weeks - but I've been working hard and hopefully the results will follow".

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Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs

Alexa can look up versions available now, but it will also show you when that title is next playing for free on TV, so you can set yourself a reminder to watch it then. The Westinghouse Fire TV ship date has not been finalized. It's up now for pre-order, debuting on the internet's most powerful billboard, Amazon's own homepage.

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Governments Must Treat Cyber Attack as 'Wake-Up Call — Microsoft President

That's why it's called ransomware. The software tools to create the attack were revealed in April among a trove of NSA spy tools that were either leaked or stolen. We blocked all private email providers to prevent further attacks. Install Microsoft's official patch. Back up your data on an offline hard drive.

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Banks hit with new levy, potentially costing billions

Mr Turnbull also acknowledged an increase in the Medicare levy will be an extra tax on families, but said its role in funding the NDIS made it worthwhile. Despite those comments from the Treasurer, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank have already indicated they may defy the government and pass on the hit to households.

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Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

Cornell University computer scientist Stephen Wicker blamed "profound ethical lapses" both on the part of the USA government and the computing public. "That's going to become a more common practice". Then there's another catch. According to the BSA Global Software Survey, 58 percent of the software tools used in India in 2015 was pirated, with a commercial value of $2.68 billion.

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The Amazon Echo 'Silver' will never happen, thanks to this Alexa update

Amazon has the feature set up so that it won't slow down Alexa's response time. With the new update, users will be able to opt-in to notifications for each skill using the Alexa app, and they will be notified by a chime and pulsing green light, similar to Blackberry-style LED notifications.

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Get ready for new Apple laptops next month

The last time Apple redesigned the MacBook Air was almost seven years ago and the recently updated 2016 MacBook Pro was released a lengthy 500 days after the previous version. The refreshed MacBook Pro 15-inch model is relied upon to have a 32GB of RAM. However, the KGI Securities analyst stated that the MacBook Pro 2017 would surely be equipped with numerous upgrades.

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Microsoft users warned to update security amid cyber attack scare

Most stations had recovered. Hitachi: The Japanese electronics firm said Monday that its computer systems have been experiencing problems since the weekend, including not being able to send and receive emails or open attached files. Officials urged organizations and companies to immediately update their security software. Sridharan says he predicted last year that 2017 would be the year of ransomware attacks.

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More disruptions feared from cyber attack

Chinese local authorities from traffic police to industry regulators were hobbled on Monday by a massive global ransomware attack, but the spread of the WannaCry worm in the country appeared less aggressive than initially feared. The phenomenon of companies failing to update their systems has been a persistent security problem for years. Enable personal firewalls on workstations and implement strict External Device (USB drive) usage policy.

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N Korea says 'new missile' can carry nuclear warhead

Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the U.S. told AFP: "This is the longest-range missile North Korea has ever tested". Leader Kim Jong-Un personally oversaw the test on Sunday, the official Korea Central News Agency (KCNA) said, and pictures by state media showed him gazing at the missile in a hangar before the launch.

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Tillerson Signs Docs with Climate Change Statement, Insisting US 'Still Reviewing' Policy

The Fairbanks meeting of the Council came after the White House said this week that Trump will not decide on climate change policy until after a trip to Europe later this month. In a ceremony Thursday morning, the US formally handed over the rotating chairmanship of the council to Finland. Tillerson arrived late Wednesday afternoon in Fairbanks and immediately held a meeting with a congressional delegation as well as Arctic representatives from Alaska's indigenous people.

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Trusts told to remain vigilant with updated cyber-attack guidance

The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre said Sunday that there have been "no sustained new attacks" of the kind that struck Friday. Mr Wainwright added: "We have been concerned for some time". "Otherwise they're literally fighting the problems of the present with tools from the past". It is the most high-profile cyber-attack. Few banks in Europe were affected after learning from previous experiences of attacks, Mr Wainwright said but an attack on public health systems, which badly ...

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Intel officials: Trump disclosure 'carelessly' threatened relationship with ally

That issue first exploded last week when Trump tweeted that James Comey - the Federal Bureau of Investigation director he had just fired - "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations". The White House trotted out three senior administration officials - National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - to deny the very reports Trump openly confirmed less than 24 hours later.

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Beware: Worldwide Ransomware Attack May Be Far from Over

Users are confronted with a screen demanding a $300 payment to restore their files. Microsoft said it had released a Windows security update in March to tackle the problem involved in the latest attack, but many users were yet to run it. "The recent attack is at an unprecedented level and will require a complex worldwide investigation to identify the culprits", Europol's European Cybercrime Center says .

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Trump defends sharing terrorism 'facts' with Russians

The conversation will take place amid reports by The Washington Post that Trump revealed highly classified information to senior Russian officials at a meeting last week, putting a source of intelligence about the Islamic State extremist group at risk.

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Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for governements

Wannacry encrypts the files on infected Windows systems. Australia appears to have escaped the worst fallout from a huge global ransomware attack, but the Prime Minister's cybersecurity adviser has warned that "this is not game over" in the battle between hackers and security agencies.

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Why North Korea's latest missile test is a huge step forward

There is no question that Pyongyang's ability to strike California with a nuclear-tipped missile would be a significant increase in the threat it poses to the US, but the painful reality is that North Korea is already in a position to kill thousands of Americans and millions of others.

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Trump defends sharing information with Russians

He said he had done it for "humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism". Trump's statement seems to contradict previous White House denials of The Post's story. partnerships around the world and could place the lives of agents in the field at risk. The nature of specific threats was discussed, he said, but not sources, methods or military operations.

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Mandla Hlatshwayo: Suspects yet to be positively linked to crime

Reports said Hlatshwayo , 40, and a colleague identified as "Chom Chom" tried to assist two women who had been robbed of their cellphones, when the robbers turned on them and shot both of them dead. Hlatshwayo is best remembered for portraying the role of Siphiwe Phosa on SABC1 drama series Generations . "May his soul rest in peace". The hashtag #RIPMandla has been trending since news of his death broke on Monday morning.

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Agree to hold summit in late June

The agreement on the summit was reached at a meeting between Matt Pottinger, a senior director for East Asia at the National Security Council of the White House and Chung Eui-yong, a former South Korean ambassador to Geneva who now leads Moon's security and diplomatic task force.

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No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging': British minister

James Clapper told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday that he expects similar attacks to become a growing problem in the future. The WannaCry attack began on Friday night with thousands of ransomware attacks on computers in over 100 countries, including India .

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Cyberattack is 'wake-up call' for governments

As soon as the infection was detected on Saturday, the company disconnected the computers from the Internet, updated them and began repairing them, Lin said . Security experts tempered the alarm bells by saying that widespread attacks are tough to pull off. Darien Huss, a 28-year-old research engineer who assisted the anonymous British researcher who has been lauded a hero, said he was "still anxious for what's to come in the next few days, because it really would not be so hard for the ...

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How to protect yourself from Ransomware

Health trusts across England were sent details of an IT security patch that would have protected them from the crippling ransomware attack , NHS Digital said. "We've never seen anything like this", he said. On affected computers, the WannaCry software encrypts files and displays a ransom message demanding $300 in bitcoin.

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In Canada showed unusual the mummy

The best-preserved dinosaur fossil ever to be discovered is on display at Canada's Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology . The exhibit has already opened for the public, so all who are interested can go and see the incredible fossils. But the discovery of these two extraordinary samples will go a long way towards helping researchers figure just what these animals looked like and how they used their formidable horns and armor.

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Nokia 3310 available from May 18

The new Nokia 3310, is much alike its original, includes a monstrous standby time of up to a month, a highlight of the gadget. What's interesting is that the clip seems to show at least one new Nokia smartphone that has not been officially announced.

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Monday morning blues as 'WannaCry' hits at workweek's start

At Germany's national Deutsche Bahn railroad, workers were labouring under "high pressure" Monday to fix remaining glitches with train stations' electronic departure boards, a spokesman said. "We haven't fully dodged this bullet at all until we're patched against the vulnerability itself", Kalember said. Payment is demanded within three days or the price is doubled, and if none is received within seven days, the files will be deleted, according to the screen message.

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North Korea claims test of 'newly developed ballistic rocket'

Experts said the altitude reached by the missile tested on Sunday meant it was launched at a high trajectory, which would limit the lateral distance it traveled. The United Nations Security Council is due to meet on Tuesday to discuss North Korea's latest missile launch, diplomats said on Sunday, which was requested by the United States and allies South Korea and Japan.

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WannaCry ransomware infects a quarter million computers in 150 countries

Hospital staff immediately unplugged the computer from the internet, reformatting it before reprogramming its operating system, according to the spokesman. It has hit Telefonica in Spain, FedEx in the U.S and the National Health Service in the UK. "It's going to be big, but it's too early to say how much it's going to cost because we still don't know the magnitude of the attacks", said Mark Weatherford, an security executive whose previous jobs included a senior cyber post with the US ...

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Mother's Day 2017: History, Facts & Traditions

Within a few years of Mother's Day gaining national status, however, she was upset at the way the day had become commercialized. In 2017, the day falls on May 14. states observed the holiday, with some of them officially recognizing Mother's Day as a local holiday. I am what my mother made me, I can't thank her for the sacrifices she made to bring one smile on my face.

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Instagram adds augmented reality face filters

It's no secret that Facebook-owned Instagram has been coping many of its newest features from rival app Snapchat. Instagram is also today rolling out more creative tools in the camera. If you aren't familiar yet, Instagram has released a ton of new wonderful features for the app as of May 16. Along with face filters and Rewind, you can add hashtag stickers to your posts that will link out to that trending hashtag on Instagram! Instagram, which has turned copying various Snapchat features ...

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Pope Francis promised to find common ground with Donald Trump

On that occasion, while Trump was still just a candidate for the Republican nomination, Reuters journalist Phil Pullella drew a verbal caricature of Trump as a family-dividing ogre who was prepared to deport 11 million illegal immigrants.

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Korea Missile Launch: 'Not Just Us Against Them Anymore'

The Security Council has approved six increasingly tougher sanctions resolutions following its nuclear and missile tests. The missile flew for half an hour and reached an unusually high altitude before landing in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean, Japanese and US militaries said.

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Melissa McCarthy Mocks Sean Spicer With Ride Down Street On Motorized Podium

Numerous passersby caught video of McCarthy rolling down 58th Street outside the Time Warner Center in the motorized podium that has been used in her previous Spicer sketches. However, the Post then offered a correction , stating that Spicer was "among the bushes" not 'in the bushes'. "Do you have any interest in coming in and doing Spicer for us?'" McCarthy recalled on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in March.

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India, Pakistan to battle Jadhav death penalty at ICJ

There are reports that Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf is expected to lead the Pakistan side before the ICJ but he indicated that they may hire someone from overseas, the best minds on global law to advance Pakistan's standpoint. Pakistan did not even respond to Jadhav's mother's pleas to see her son, India told the court. 'The execution of the death sentence can not be done while this court is hearing the appeal.


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