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  • PlayStation Now is coming to PC

    Yesterday, Sony announced that their PlayStation Now game streaming service will be available on PC in the coming months, starting in Europe before coming to North America. The Dualshock 4 Adaptor will cost US$24.99 when it goes on sale, and is fully compatible with the current RemotePlay system for Mac and PC. While their announcement for the adaptor does mention PC and Mac connectivity, PlayStation Now functionality is currently strictly for the PC.

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  • Obama to create world's largest marine reserve

    Mr Bush created the world's largest marine reserve at the time , protecting close to 140,000 sq miles of ocean around the Hawaiian archipelago and inspiring a series of similar projects around the world. As Governor David Ige noted, it has been the source of "tremendous" debate, especially due to the exclusion of fishing from the expanded waters. "This urgently needed and decisive action by President Obama and Hawaiian leaders will go a long way toward creating safer, cleaner waters for ...

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  • Apple boosts iPhone security after Mideast spyware discovery

    Apple boosts iPhone security after Mideast spyware discovery

    Apple has released a new safe version of its iOS operating system. Both Citizen Lab and San Francisco-based Android antivirus firm Lookout published reports on the Mansoor hack, while Apple, in conjunction with those reports, released iOS 9.3.5 to fix the vulnerability that allows the attack.

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  • Philippines police chief: 300 cops to be tried

    He has said that most of the deaths were from "non-police operations" which authorities blame on drug syndicates. "Social cleansing was done by paramilitary death squads, or by police after hours", he said . Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday accused a senator heading an inquiry into extra-judicial drug killings of taking bribes from jailed drug lords, which she immediately denied.

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  • Britney Spears 'almost drowned' in Hawaii

    So, that's one taboo topic that will be covered. And when she did, the former teen idol either sang extremely softly or actually thought she was on " Lip Sync Battle ". It remains to be seen whether Britney can surpass the reigning Queen of Carpool Karaoke , Adele, whose appearance has attracted 123 million views on YouTube .

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  • NASA astronaut sets new space endurance record

    NASA astronaut sets new space endurance record

    Williams arrived at the space station on March 18, just a couple of weeks after Kelly completed his nearly year-long stay aboard the orbiting outpost. Williams is a Wisconsin native who was selected for the Nasa Astronaut Class of 1996. Williams first blasted to space aboard the shuttle Atlantis in 2000.

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  • Video captures Tesla fire in France

    Video captures Tesla fire in France

    A Redditor named 3dkSdkvDskReddit posted a photo early this morning showing a Tesla Model S engulfed in an enormous fireball in southwestern France. The information was said to have been found through a search of the open database of the regulator. However, Tesla could soon make it seem antiquated.

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  • Next iPhones to have dual cameras, haptic home button, no headphone jack

    Next iPhones to have dual cameras, haptic home button, no headphone jack

    So, will it really come with or without it?Well, we will discuss it in today's article thoroughly. The dual camera feature will not be included in the smaller iPhone 7 model, the report continued. Both cameras will have individual sensors that capture different colours when taking pictures. Apple hopes its flagship device can rebound from two straight quarters of down sales .

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  • Leaked Photos of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Gold Variants Appear

    Leaked Photos of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Gold Variants Appear

    The reported addition of waterproof technology in Apple iPhone 7 doesn't come as a huge surprise for Apple fans since it was the widely demanded feature among enterprise users for a long time. As from the design of iPhone 7, it is elegantly designed. The date has already been revealed by another well-known leaker, Evan Blass, who posted on Twitter last month that pre-orders for the upcoming flagship phone will start on September 9, two days after the September 7 launch.

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  • Apple rates Roposo as one of best apps

    Apple rates Roposo as one of best apps

    Sensor Tower notes that Apple will have to deal with the App Store discoverability problems writ larger if their predictions hold true. Fashion social network app Roposo has been rated as one of the best Indian apps and chosen to be showcased on the Apple App Store.

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  • Massive fire reported at Michigan power plant

    Massive fire reported at Michigan power plant

    The St. Clair Fire Department said Friday morning that crews went into the building overnight to look for hot spots and remained at the plant, located along the USA border with Canada. Clair Power Plant Thursday, Aug 1l, 2016, in East China Township, Mich. "Air monitoring systems remain in place with readings continuing to be well within normal limits outside the facility perimeter", DTE said.

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  • Outburst of shooting stars up to 200 mph - meteors per hour

    Outburst of shooting stars up to 200 mph - meteors per hour

    This year it is predicted the shower will peak on the overnight of Thursday, Aug. 11, to Friday, Aug. 12. The Perseids are having an "outburst", which will mean that up to 200 meteors per hour might be visible. The oblong orbit of Comet Swift-Tuttle takes it past the orbit of Pluto and then inside the orbit of Earth when it is nearest the Sun. If possible lie on your back and look straight up.

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  • This wireless flaw leaves millions of Volkswagens cars vulnerable

    This wireless flaw leaves millions of Volkswagens cars vulnerable

    The researchers say that two vulnerabilities in the design of vehicle keys from the Volkswagen Group allow an attacker to intercept these signals, break the decryption, create a clone after the auto key, and use it to steal cars. The term signifies a string of single-use "passkeys", which are transmitted by the key fob to the vehicle. "The results of this paper show that major manufacturers have used insecure schemes over more than 20 years", the paper concludes.

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  • Sturridge, Milner could feature vs

    Sturridge, Milner could feature vs

    Listen to today's season opening Arsecast, a Premier League preview of all clubs, and lots more. "It makes sense to have a bit more time for the new stand to be completed". Goalkeeper: With summer signing Loris Karius cruelly ruled out with a hand injury, Simon Mignolet is set to keep his place between the sticks. But we're in a much better position than on July 2.

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  • Snapchat Got Racist Again

    Snapchat Got Racist Again

    Snapchat is in trouble once more over a filter seen by many as racist . "Lenses are meant to be playful and never to offend", a Snapchat representative told Mashable . The company offered an explanation: The lens was meant as homage to anime characters, not as a caricature of Asian people. Unfortunately, unlike a lot of other tech companies, Snapchat isn't willing to reveal its diversity numbers, which is a problem in and of itself.

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  • Saudi-led coalition carries out air strike in Yemeni capital Sanaa

    Saudi-led coalition carries out air strike in Yemeni capital Sanaa

    The United Nations and Iran have voiced concerns over an increase in fighting in Yemen after air raids on the capital killed 14 people following the breakdown of UN-backed peace talks. In just one week in January, two hospitals in separate parts of Yemen were hit by Saudi airstrikes, resulting in dozens of civilian deaths. It says the missiles caused no damage.

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  • The Perseid meteor shower could be nearly twice as flashy this year

    The Perseid meteor shower could be nearly twice as flashy this year

    At this point in our annual journey, our planet is blasting through the stream of debris that lies along the orbit of the comet Swift-Tuttle, which circles the sun approximately every 130 years. Bass River State Forest is hosting a free Meteor Shower Watch on Thursday from 11 p.m.to 1:30 a.m. Friday. A time-lapse image of a Perseid meteor outburst in August 2009.

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