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Skylake and Kaby Lake Processors Allegedly Have Broken Hyper-Threading

Kaby Lake is a little bit of a mixed bag, with Intel's latest April 2017 microcode update now a few months old, but has revisions 0x5d/0x5e that might fix these issues for Kaby Lake CPUs with signatures of 0x806e9 and 0x906e9. "This can only happen when both logical processors on the same physical processor are active", Intel's documentation on the errata explained. Specific code patterns in applications will trigger the defect, and as yet, there isn't a list of specific software to ...

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Sega and Data Discs Announce Exclusive Vinyl Album For Sonic Mania

Created by Headcannon and PagodaWest Games, Sonic Mania is notable for being developed by programmers and designers who are well-known in the Sonic fangame community. The inner sleeve of the album also includes artwork of the characters found throughout the game. SEGA in a partnership with Data Discs will bring this exclusive vinyl album to life for the masses.

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Not a single blot of corruption against my government: Modi

Google's Sundar Pichai too was pleased with his interaction with Modi . Sunny Ghai, president MGMT Service Inc., said, "Both Prime Minister Modi and President Donald Trump need to talk about dual taxation to ease our situation, so that we can invest in India and don't have to end up paying taxes on both sides".

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Hurry! Amazon Echo has been given a massive discount for today only

The Echo Show is available to pre-order for $230 and will be released on June 28, 2017 (this Wednesday). That the other two aren't discounted isn't all that shocking, as the Echo Dot is already fairly low-cost and the Echo Show can still be considered a brand new product.

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I Can't Wait To Play This Nintendo Switch Battery

We've got that great pace of content, and I can tell you there's more to be announced . Some would say that this has always been Nintendo's agenda. All of that sounds welcome, but of course we'll have to see how it stands up in real-world performance tests. "To hear that there's going to be a core Pokémon RPG experience on the Nintendo Switch , the fans are incredibly excited".

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Tesla Planning its Own Music Streaming Service

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Tesla is now in talks with major record labels with the vision of kick-starting its own streaming music service. According to music industry sources, Musk has already spoken to a number of major labels about licensing.

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Mario Balotelli agrees Nice contract extension

According to Goal .com, former Liverpool and Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has extended his contract at Nice , snubbing reported interest from Borussia Dortmund . "Today we are happy". Mario Balotelli had an average shot accuracy of 69% in Ligue 1 last season . Balotelli made 28 appearances for Nice last season, scoring 17 goals and assisting one further strike in all competitions.

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Space X launches two rockets

One of the few exceptions was Nasa's space shuttle, although the BBC says "the complexities of servicing the shuttle system after every flight swamped any savings". As mentioned, SpaceX's last launch happened just a couple of days ago, on Friday , with its BulgariaSat-1 mission . The launch will be live-streamed on the WFTV Facebook page and the SpaceX website .

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Bharti Airtel extends its 30GB free data to its postpaid users

The new expansion can be seen targeted at up surging high-value post-paid customers. Vodafone offered a similar plan where users would get 10 GB data by paying only for 1 GB data. Reliance Jio still has Dhan Dhana Dhan plan for its pre-paid users, wherein one can enjoy unlimited data at 4G speed for 84GB with a daily FUP of 1GB (unlimited data at 128kbps post 1GB usage), free voice call to subscribers of all telecom operators (local, STD and roaming) and unlimited SMS (local STD and ...

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England captain Eoin Morgan rested for T20 decider against South Africa

Jos Buttler , standing in as captain for the rested Eoin Morgan, paid tribute to Malan's knock, while also praising the character of 20-year-old leg-spinner Mason Crane (1-38), who came in for some punishment at the hands of AB de Villiers before snaring the South Africa captain for his first global wicket.

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Takata files for bankruptcy, overwhelmed by air bag recalls

The company announced the expected action Monday morning Tokyo time. The company said the move was necessary to ensure it could carry on supplying replacements for faulty air bag inflators linked to the deaths of at least 16 people. At least $1 billion from the sale to Key is expected to be used to satisfy Takata's settlement of criminal charges in the USA for concealing problems with the inflators.

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Jaguar 296bhp Ingenium petrol engine extended to XE, XF, F-Pace

In the F-Pace, that means 0-62mph in six seconds and 37mpg. The new engine is manufactured at the £500m Engine Manufacturing Centre on the i54 site in Wolverhampton. The new 2.0L engine also generates 295 lb-ft. of torque and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. It's the same engine available in the new £49,900 four-cylinder F-Type .

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President Mukherjee greets country on Eid

That first iftar dinner at the White House took place during the presidency of Thomas Jefferson over 210 years ago. President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday posted a message on Facebook to Muslims, who are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan.

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Video by Anonymous claims NASA is 'about to announce proof of aliens'

The video uploaded by Anonymous featured its trademark "newsreader" in a Guy Fawkes musk, with a distorted computer voice. Recently a hacker network Anonymous made headlines and grabbed viewers attention as they claimed that NASA is on the verge to announce evidence of alien life .

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AB de Villiers leaves England tour to decide on worldwide future

But a Test series against England is the centrepiece of a four-month tour.However, it has always been planned that de Villiers would miss the four-Test campaign to take a break from the strain of being one of the world's leading players in all three global formats, as well as a man in demand at lucrative Twenty20 franchise events around the world.

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Christopher Pyne's gay marriage comments land him in hot water

Christopher Pyne suggested plans were afoot to change the government's policy of a plebiscite. Mr Pyne, a close ally of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, boasted of the moderate faction's success since the elevation of Mr Turnbull to the leadership in September 2015.

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Tom Price promises GOP won't pull 'rug out' on health care

Erasing Obama's law has been a marquee pledge for Trump and virtually the entire party for years. But older adults and people who require comprehensive coverage are likely to pay more. "We'll have to see". Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval released a similar statement . Senate Republicans have little margin for error as they prepare for a vote this coming week on a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act .

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Donald Trump calls on Republican senators to muster support for Healthcare Bill

Rand Paul , R-Ky., speaks to reporters at the Capitol after Republicans released their long-awaited bill to scuttle much of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, at the Capitol in Washington . Collins, who also opposes proposed cuts to Planned Parenthood, said she was awaiting the CBO analysis before taking a final position. "I don't see anything other than a reduction in the growth of spending", Johnson said.

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Manchester United aim to have Alvaro Morata transfer finalised next week

If United get this deal over the line then Morata would become Mourinho's second signing of the summer following the arrival of Swedish centre-back Victor Lindelof from Benfica. Speaking to ESPN FC about Aubameyang, former Chelsea defender Burley suggested that the Dortmund star would add more natural pace to the Manchester United side than Morata.

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Great Barrier Reef a $42 billion asset 'too big to fail'

Great Barrier Reef in Australia has been valued at $56 billion with a warning of vast economic consequences for the country if no concrete steps are taken to save it. The study, based on six months of analysis, included a survey of 1,500 Australian and global respondents from 10 countries. 'There has never been a more critical time to understand precisely what the reef contributes and, therefore, what we stand to lose without it, ' says Dr John Schubert, chairman of the reef foundation ...

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Aguero's agent says he won't leave Man City

Guardiola has insisted that Aguero will remain a City player but it is believed the man himself is not so certain about his future. "Sergio will remain at Manchester City , for sure", he said in an interview with the Italian news outlet Tuttomercatoweb this weekend.

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Record-breaker Stroll realises Formula One dream

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain steers his auto during the Formula One Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku , Azerbaijan, Sunday, June 25, 2017. Unfortunately, Magnussen seemed to suffer some kind of issue with his auto, and he fell quickly to seventh place, losing position to Ocon, Bottas, Vettel , and Hamilton .

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"Happy Pride!": Trudeau attends Toronto parade absent of police floats

He made many stops along the way. shaking hands and talking to reporters. He said he has mixed feelings about the decision to bar the police. While Trump has refused to march in a Pride parade or even acknowledge Pride Month in any official capacity, Justin Trudeau's participation in the Toronto Pride parade didn't mark the first time a North American leader got into the Pride spirit.

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Vettel says Hamilton deserved penalty

Three penalty points for Vettel takes him to nine overall in the last 12 months, meaning that he has to avoid controversy in the Austrian Grand Prix in a fortnight's time - if he picks up another three, he will be barred from next month's British Grand Prix - thus majorly impacting the battle for the title.

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Rivals Hamilton, Vettel clash as Ricciardo wins chaotic race

Hamilton abruptly put the brakes on while driving behind the safety vehicle, with Vettel bumping into the back of the Mercedes and causing damage to his Ferrari . Hamilton was on pole position for the 66th time in his career, with Bottas second on the grid followed by Kimi Raikkonen in third and Vettel fourth.

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North Korea denies torturing American detainee

North Korea said on Friday the death of United States university student Otto Warmbier soon after his return home was a mystery and dismissed accusations that Warmbier had died because of torture and beating during his captivity as "groundless".

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Google to stop scanning Gmail

Instead of mining data from your Gmail inbox, Google will look at the YouTube videos you watch, the Google searches you request, the websites you visit and the apps you use. Greene's ability to limit ads, Google's lifeblood, shows her growing clout at the company. Google's G Suite business bundle have been gaining more enterprise users in the past year, with more than 3 million companies paying for the G Suite service, the company said.

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Presidential election 2017: It's a non-Jatav Dalit versus a dynastic Dalit

Describing the Congress-led opposition nominee Meira Kumar as " Bihar ki Beti " (daughter of Bihar), Prasad appealed to Kumar for the second time in two days to "mend the historic blunder" in extending the JD (U)'s backing to Kovind . However the alliance dint last for long and Nitish had to approach Lalu again during 2014 LoK Sabha Polls. The decision to contest the Presidential elections might not bring the Opposition candidate Meira Kumar into Rashtrapati Bhawan, but it has sent out ...

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Hackers reportedly altered and stole voting data before 2016 election

Officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have confirmed reports that Russian attempts to swing the 2016 USA presidential election also involved cyber-attacks against election infrastructure, but not vote tallying systems.

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Chuck Schumer trolls Trump with parody of Cabinet meeting

Trump's meeting earlier in the day was widely mocked on social media after the president said he had accomplished more than any president except Franklin Roosevelt in his first months in office. "So, I want to challenge the assumption that the only way to move policy is to increase government spending". "I think we've been about as active as you can possibly be at a just about record-setting pace", he added.

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Turkey's Erdogan backs Qatar, says calls to shut base 'disrespectful'

The sanctions have disrupted Qatar's main import routes by land from Saudi Arabia and by sea from big container ships docked in the UAE. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has welcomed Qatar's stand on a list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies, saying that the ultimatum is "against worldwide law".

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ICC approves major changes to cricket laws

From October 1, if an LBW decision is decided by the "umpire's call", then it will not cost teams a review. Also, the minimum standards for the review system have been identified with the mandatory usage of ball tracking and edge detection technology.

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C38 lifts off with 31 satellites

The co-passenger satellites includes a nano satellite designed and developed by the Noorul Islam University in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu. Modi said in a tweet, "Congratulations to Isro on its 40th successful Polar satellite launch carrying 31 satellites from 15 countries".

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538 institutional investors are raising stakes in Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA)

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.'s P/E stands at 20.01, while the P/S is at 0.77 and earnings per share this year of -4.50%. Analysts' mean recommendation for Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Shareholders of record on Thursday, May 18th were given a $0.375 dividend. This represents a $1.50 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 1.96%.

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Defending Senate Repeal Effort, Trump Trashes Obamacare

The CBO estimates that the House bill would leave 23 million more Americans without health insurance but cut the federal deficit by $110 billion over 10 years. "No argument against Trumpcare is more eloquent than the grave consequences it means in people's lives", she wrote colleagues. The bill would create a new system of federal tax credits to help people buy health insurance, while offering states the ability to drop numerous benefits required by the ACA.


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