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Google Play Movies adds 4K HDR streaming in U.S. and Canada

If you're less concerned about the content being good, as well as looking pretty, you can also buy Suicide Squad in 4K HDR. With HDR support, videos become richer in colour and contrast. Google says there will only be around a dozen movies available at first, but it expects that number to grow. You can find out more about HDR in Google Play Movies & TV at Google's support site .

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Destiny 2 Will Have More Of A Story This Time Around

Speaking with IGN this week, Bungie's narrative lead, Jason Harris explained: "If Destiny 1 had a heartbeat it was this nice, methodical rhythm, it was steady, it supported the world". "But leave enough out there for us to build upon". However, for Destiny 2 capturing points no longer requires this un-capture period. I think it's important to really understand that this studio spent a lot of time world building.

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Microsoft launches iPhone app that narrates the world for blind people

The app has different modes for reading short text, documents, product scan codes, people, as well as a beta for scene descriptions. Seeing AI, which Microsoft describes as a research project, is now only available on the App Store for iPhone users.

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KFC - yes that KFC - is selling its own smartphones in China

Collection items are produced in limited-edition quantities, so when they sell out, they're gone-the fried chicken faithful are encouraged to act fast and then keep an eye out for the next collection to be released. Huawei is also celebrating 30 years since its formation in Shenzhen, southern China. As you can see in the above image, the phone comes with Colonel Sanders's face engraved on the back side.

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The Tiniest Star Ever Found In The Milky Way Galaxy

It has quite recently enough mass for the gravitational weight inside it to empower the combination of hydrogen cores into helium, the procedure that gives out light and warm and characterizes a rich body like a star. Andrews. 'The smallest stars provide optimal conditions for the discovery of Earth-like planets, and for the remote exploration of their atmospheres, ' said study co-author Dr Amaury Triaud.

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Juno's fly-by may shed light on a Jupiter mystery

Juno reached perijove - the point at which an orbit comes closest to Jupiter's centre - on July 10. This was Humanities first up close and personal view of huge features, the United States national Aeronautics and space administration NASA confirms "my latest# Jupiter science flyby is complete or Science instruments has junocam where operating to collect data" The Unity imputed on Tuesday Jupiter's great Scott in 16000 km ride from monitor is 1830 and possibly existing for more than 350 ...

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At least 11 killed as multiple explosions rock NE Nigeria

He said the seven civilian residents that died were killed when they gathered to mourn the death of the 12 Civilian-JTF operatives. The two bombers detonated their explosives around Molai Kalamari - the second explosion took place at Sabongari Polo area of the state capital, The Cable reports , citing a security source.

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Apple Inc to set up first data centre in China

The facility will be built in partnership with data management company Guizhou-Cloud Big Data Industry Co Ltd, with an Apple spokesman confirming it comes as part of a planned $1 billion (£870 million) investment in the region. Further, Apple reasserted its commitment to security and data privacy, adding that it will strictly implement its decision of not creating a backdoor into any of its systems.

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Nintendo Switch gets first video app… but only in Japan

The app's launch is still significant, however. The app that will arrive tomorrow, Thursday, July 13. For those unfamiliar, basically Niconico is a video streaming website similar to YouTube, although the downside is that for now, the app will be limited to the Japanese market.

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ITunes, Apple Music, App Store Add PayPal Support

Payment methods on iOS devices have been frustratingly limited for years, with users having to choose between paying with credit cards and gift cards, but now anyone with a PayPal account will be able to buy apps and movies on an iOS device.

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New 23 August launch date suggested for Samsung Galaxy Note 8

While, the Bell confirms the August 23 launch date, the Investor also hints nearly the same and reports that Samsung may launch the Note 8 only sometime around late-August. Analysts suggest that the Note 8 would come with a dual 13 MP+13 MP rear shooter loaded with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and optical zoom. That fingerprint scanner doubles as the home key, and on its sides you'll be able to find two capacitive buttons, overview (multitasking) and back keys.

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Huge iceberg breaks off of Antarctica

A massive rift in the Antarctic Peninsula's Larsen C ice shelf seen on November 10, 2016. The massive ice cube is four times the size of London and larger than the U.S. "My guess is that it will simply grow back - the Larsen C is not close to the instability that we saw in the ice shelves to the north before they disintegrated", Scambos said, referring to the melting and fracturing of two neighboring ice shelfs to the north, called Larsen A and Larsen B.

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Trader's Buzzers: Duke Realty Corp (NYSE:DRE)

Also Nasdaq.com published the news titled: "Ex-Dividend Reminder: Las Vegas Sands, Solar Capital and Getty Realty" on June 16, 2017. The investment company owned 82,173 stocks of the real estate investment trust's shares after unloading 2,740 shares through out the quarter.

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LG V30 reportedly shown off in new renders

At the front, the smartphone is seen sporting very thin bezels with no Home Button or navigation buttons for that matter. At the bottom edge, we can the speaker grille, and the USB Type-C port as well. The back seems to be made of glass, and the tipster also suggests the introduction of wireless charging. The dimensions of the phone are tipped to be roughly at 151.4x75.2x7.4 mm, and the display may be at 6-inches.

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Some iPhone 8 Features Could Be Disabled At Launch

Apple is expected to introduce wireless charging technology into what is being called the iPhone 8 , following in the footsteps of companies like Samsung and its Galaxy S8. As for the location of the Touch ID fingerprint reader, which some claim will be missing from the new phone, the Fast Company source says that "in all likelihood" it will be embedded under the display.

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China have teleported a photon 500 kilometers to orbiting satellite

This holds even when the particles are separated by a great distance. "Long-distance teleportation has been recognised as a fundamental element in protocols such as large-scale quantum networks and distributed quantum computation", the Chinese team said.

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Logitech Buys Astro Gaming for $85 Million

That said , it appears that Logitech is aiming for a more prominent spot in that particular market. While the brand will continue to deliver gaming headsets targeted at console players, Logitech G will stick to the PC side of things. According to the press release, Logitech has a pretty specific aim by buying Astro: it wants to expand its product line into the game console market.

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Google's 2017 Pixel XL may pack a squeezable body

Though not a final design, the report claims that the images are still representative of what direction Google is taking its latest phone. There's a glass back panel like on the Pixel XL , but it appears smaller on the Pixel XL 2017. When a user squeezes the frame it will activate Google Assistant and allow users to interact with the virtual assistant. While the original Pixel XL doesn't look bad, its big bezels aren't very pretty when compared to the G6 and Galaxy S8 and their tall ...

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Wimbledon set for mouthwatering 'Manic Monday' with Big Four in action

The omens are good that Murray can shave off the bearded Paire from his list of rivals. The title as well as the world number one spot are up for grabs in the women's tournament which remains wide open in the absence of Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.

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Osun West Election: Makarfi PDP Congratulates Adeleke, Calls For Party Unity

INEC had announced Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP , as the victor of the Saturday's Osun West Senatorial bye-election. Adeleke had 97,480 votes in Iwo, Ede South, Ola Oluwa, Ayedire, Ejigbo, Irewole, Egbedore, Ede North, Awo, while APC got 66,116 votes.

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Earth's sixth mass extinction advancing, scientists warn

Stating that the massive loss of populations is already damaging the services ecosystems provide to civilization, it said , "humanity will eventually pay a very high price for the decimation of the only assemblage of life that we know of in the universe".

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Tejaswi won't quit: RJD to JD (U)

Sources in JD (U) said Nitish Kumar is in favour of continuing the grand alliance comprising JD (U), RJD and Congress . At the meeting, 29 JD (U) leaders expressed their views while Mr. "Tejaswi Yadav's work as Deputy Chief Minister and minister of road construction and building construction has been appreciated and no allegation has been levelled against him during the period.hence there is no question of his resignation", state RJD president Ramchandra Purbe told reporters after the JD ...

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Facebook is testing Messenger ads around the world

This launch is technically a beta, with ads only initially shown to a limited number of Messenger users - but it's still a big step forward for Facebook, which has been trying to find a way to squeeze ads into the more intimate arena of private messaging for years.

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Louis Vuitton launches Android Wear-powered Tambour Horizon smartwatch

Then there's the other end of the spectrum - the ridiculously expensive end. But that's changing today. Louis Vuitton , the famous luxury brand with operations in more than fifty countries, has made a decision to enter the smart wearables market by introducing the Tambour Horizon , a smartwatch with a $2,450 price tag for the gray and brown versions, or $2,900 for the black version.

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Halcon Resources Corporation (HK) Can't Be More Safe. Trades Significantly Higher

The company's quick ratio for most recent quarter is 0.5 along with current ratio for most recent quarter of 0.6. The range of a day's trading is high-low, and True Range expands into yesterday's close when it lands outside of today's range.

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Microsoft's Azure Stack cloud service released

It provides customers with the latest and most advanced technology for empowering employees. Available for purchase starting August 1, Microsoft 365 Enterprise will be available in two different plans: Microsoft 365 E3 and Microsoft 365 E5.

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Audi reveals smart new self-driving A8

The suspension is another trick part of the new Audi A8 . When this is created on an all-new MLB Evo architecture. The new Audi A8 will also support future autonomous driving features like parking pilot, garage pilot and traffic jam pilot.

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Hubble Telescope captured stars formed after the Big Bang

Through gravitational lensing, which uses the gravitational effects to distort the galaxy's light, the team was able to magnify the distant region nearly 30 times for a better view. The improved images unveiled newborn stars in a distant galaxy that formed only 2.7 billion years after the Big Bang . If gravitational lensing wouldn't have been helping us in this discovery, the disk galaxy would appear perfectly smooth and unremarkable to Hubble.

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AMAZON PRIME DAY: What time does the sale start?

Another perk of Prime Day for those who are already members is that you can save up to 40 percent on a Kindle Unlimited membership. This complex system is only filled to capacity during the holidays - when Amazon gets up to 8 times more orders than during the rest of the year - so Prime Day is a chance to operate these systems at full capacity and make some profit.

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How is home-field advantage determined for World Series?

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays, at 18 the youngest player in the game, singled twice and scored twice for the World team. He's worked in the past at Super Bowls, college football championships, and other high-profile events, but never the MLB All-Star Game.

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Google Allo's Desktop Client Will Be Here in A "Few More Weeks"

There was no desktop client available as in the case of WhatsApp. According to the tweet above from Amit Fulay , Google's Head of Product, Allo users eager for a desktop client need to be patient for a few more weeks . We last heard about the upcoming Google Allo desktop client in May when the company's VP of communications products Nick Fox stated the web app was still a month or two away from being released.

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LG Q6 video teaser tips at July 11 launch

But it also has a super-wide 18:9 aspect ratio, so we'd expect the LG Q6 will as well. With a bezel-less design (first handset in its price class to be so endowed), the LG Q6 is lightweight, and LG points out that there is no "unsightly" camera bump.

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China's new 200-day simulation: preparing for Mars?

In 2013, China became the third country, after the United States and Russian Federation, to put a spacecraft on the moon, and the government aims to land a probe on the dark side of the moon by next year. "We've designed it so the oxygen (produced by plants at the station) is exactly enough to satisfy the humans, the animals, and the organisms that break down the waste materials", told Liu to Reuters .

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Apple Support Page Shows Bharti Airtel VoLTE Support for iPhones in India

Gopal Vittal, Managing Director and CEO ( India and South Asia) of the company, said in New Delhi on Monday that "We are in the midst of trials". Telecom major Bharti Airtel today said it will invest Rs 2,000 crore over three years under " Project Next " to revamp customer touch points and enhance subscriber experience.

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Want to live longer? Go to Starbucks

People who drank one cup of coffee a day saw their risk of death fall by about 12 percent; drinking up to three cups a day reduced their risk by about 18 percent, she said. The researchers said that finding makes sense. Those who drank more coffee were also more likely to be younger, to be smokers, drinkers, eat more meat and less fruit and veg.


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