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  • LG V20, the world's first smartphone with Android 7.0 Nougat, launched

    LG V20, the world's first smartphone with Android 7.0 Nougat, launched

    One of the stand out features during the official unveiling of the LG V20 was the OS as this is one of the first smartphones to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat already on board. That means that the V20 was dropped on its front, back, sides, and corners from four feet up and kept on ticking. Juno Cho, president of LG electronics and mobile communications, in a statement said: "The LG V20 is created to offer customers a more dynamic experience by building on the most popular video ...

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  • Mercedes-Benz, Matternet enter last-mile 'van

    Mercedes-Benz, Matternet enter last-mile 'van

    Mercedes-Benz said Wednesday that it will invest roughly $560 million over the next five years in a futuristic electric van that features delivery robots and drones. Instead of completing door-to-door delivery, the vans will drive to pre-agreed locations to load and unload goods and then dispatch the robots in the final step for on-demand delivery.

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  • NASA astronaut and two crewmates return to Earth today

    NASA astronaut and two crewmates return to Earth today

    GMT). Williams, 58, returns to Earth with a career total of 534 days in orbit, more time than any other astronaut in US history and 14th in the world. "I will certainly miss this view!" "Their return will wrap up 172 days in space for the crew since their launch in March 2016". Ivanishin and his crewmates - Kate Rubins, KG5FYJ, and Takuya Onishi, KF5LKS - will operate the station for more than 2 weeks until the arrival of three new crew members.

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  • Thank to President Obama for creating a safe zone for tuna, sea

    Thank to President Obama for creating a safe zone for tuna, sea

    According to the White House, the expansion of the reserve would help protect more than 7,000 marine species and improve the recovery of an ecosystem that is facing ocean acidification and global warming. In an interview, Kaho'ohalahala explained that Papahānaumokuākea, considered a sacred place, figures large in the creation myths of his people. It is vital that we take steps like President Obama did in Hawaii to prevent future expansion of industrial fisheries, but we also need to look at ...

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  • India slams Pakistan for Nawaz Sharif's letter to UN chief

    India slams Pakistan for Nawaz Sharif's letter to UN chief

    Meanwhile, PM Sharif has shot off another letter to the United Nations chief seeking his intervention in the Kashmir issue. India continued to maintain a high level of pressure on Pakistan on Thursday, dismissing Islamabad's attempts to drag the global community+ into the Kashmir issue.

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  • Dropbox denies accounts are hacked as users urged to change passwords

    Dropbox denies accounts are hacked as users urged to change passwords

    You can also check whether your data was breached in this or other security incidents at Have I Been Pwned - a site maintained by Hunt. If you're a Dropbox user, now would be a good time to change your password to something else. Dropbox believes the credentials were taken in 2012. This indicates that it may be unlikely for hackers to access users' actual passwords and additional details.

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  • NASA looks at Eastern Pacific's Category 3 Hurricane Lester

    NASA looks at Eastern Pacific's Category 3 Hurricane Lester

    Gaston will be a tropical storm when it gets to the Azores and warnings are posted. Also on Tuesday, NASA released an animation of satellite images showing the two storms forming and swirling in the Pacific. That's about 120 miles (195 km) east-southeast of Hilo, Hawaii. The estimated minimum central pressure is 948 millibars. Maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 125 miles per hour (205 kph) with higher gusts.

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  • Sony's new flagship Android phones still don't have fingerprint sensors

    Sony's new flagship Android phones still don't have fingerprint sensors

    The Xperia XZ sports a 23-megapixel camera paired with what Sony calls " triple image sensing technology ". Aside from the XZ's 4K video and 5-axis IS, The biggest difference between the X and the XZ are their designs. And while the company itself stayed mum about any exact release dates and price levels for the duo, thankfully we have other sources for that sort of information.

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  • In 36 Hours, More Than 10000 People Are Rescued In The Mediterranean

    In a separate statement, MSF doctor Antonia Zemp said her organization's ship, Dignity I, picked up "twins who were premature babies delivered at eight months and were five days old". The Italian coastguard on Tuesday rescued some 3,000 migrants in the Strait of Sicily with the aid of the EU's border agency Frontex and humanitarian organizations, bringing the total to almost 10,000 in two days.

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  • SC pastor, Trump supporter tweets cartoon of Clinton in blackface

    Mark Burns, an African-American pastor and surrogate for Donald Trump, apologized Monday night and again Tuesday for tweeting a cartoon of Hillary Clinton in blackface. "I really am a unifier", Burns said on Monday in a live video on Periscope . But my message I stand behind it. The Trump campaign has been getting increasingly desperate, and vitriolic, in the face of ever-more-dire polls show Trump falling farther and father behind Clinton at the national level and in key states.

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  • Study reveals dogs understand humans

    However, during the scans, dogs seemed to be more responsive when they were being praised in an encouraging tone. Domestication might have helped dogs learn to process language in both parts of the brain, but it's unlikely that it's the sole reason behind it, they say.

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  • PlayStation Now released today for PC in North America

    PlayStation Now released today for PC in North America

    You don't need a PlayStation to play PlayStaton games anymore: Sony's Playstation Now subscription-based game streaming service is now out for PC, and you an grab the app and start playing some of PlayStation's best legacy titles immediately if you've got a Windows machine.

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  • Clinton hits Trump by recalling her father's business

    Clinton hits Trump by recalling her father's business

    Whitman was the national finance co-chair of Republican New Jersey candidate Gov. Chris Christie's presidential campaign before he dropped out and endorsed Trump. A Trump supporter in Utah said attacks are all that's left to the flawed Democratic candidate. A few hours later, he followed up with a tweet offering condolences to Wade and his family.

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  • SETI astronomers pick up alien signal

    A new signal has been found deep in space that could come from aliens. Russian astronomers at the Special Astrophysical Observatory in the Caucasus Mountains say they have detected an intriguing signal coming from the direction of a star located about 95 light-years away.

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  • Google to expand Waze carpooling service in San Francisco

    Google to expand Waze carpooling service in San Francisco

    At first, Google and Uber had been partners. Both Uber and Lyft have added carpooling services for commuters, though Lyft recently shut down its program amid a lacking participation from its drivers, according to Forbes . Commuters will be able to connect with drivers headed in the same direction through its traffic alert app, Waze. The report of abdication was unrevealed by both Uber and Google and earlier today, when Drummond had been kept from going to executive gatherings ...

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  • Final Fantasy 15 Director Talks About Delay

    Final Fantasy 15 Director Talks About Delay

    For instance, one of the most exciting part of the upcoming "Final Fantasy" 15 gameplay comes from the structure of the game itself. "By doing this, the entire game is tightened so that the open world doesn't get tiring, and so that you can also get a taste of traditional Final Fantasy progression".

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  • Nobody hurt in blast outside Brussels criminology institute

    Nobody hurt in blast outside Brussels criminology institute

    No casualties were reported. Belgian media reported there had been a bomb attack, but investigators said the noise was probably due to materials burning. They had apparently deliberately targeted the wing where the laboratories are located in Neder-Over-Hembeek, a northern suburb of Brussels . "Windows of the lab were blown out dozens of metres away".

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  • Fitbit makes exercise even more of a game

    Fitbit makes exercise even more of a game

    The Charge 2 also comes with multi-sport modes for tracking, connected Global Positioning System, a 4x larger display, and slimmed hardware design. The company's efforts to remain distinctive against its rivals are evident, as Flex 2 is Fitbit's first ever waterproof device which automatically detects when the user slip into the pool.

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  • Scientists end 'year on Mars' mission

    Scientists end 'year on Mars' mission

    An excited crowd gathered Sunday in Hawaii to welcome a six-person crew back to Earth, after they spent a year on Mars - or, more accurately, after they simulated living a year on Mars. A group of scientists have returned to the outside world after they spent the a year ago living on "Mars" - without leaving Earth. Noting that there are obvious limits to conducting deep-space simulations on Earth, scientists said there are many aspects that can be suitably studied, principally the crew ...

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  • Clinton calendars won't be released until after election

    While he has not wavered on his desire to build an impenetrable wall along the border with Mexico, he exhibited indecisiveness in recent days about his plan to deport 11 million immigrants living in the U.S. Clinton also vigorously defended her family's foundation and declared she's confident there will be no further major accusations involving the foundation, her emails or anything else that could undermine her chances of defeating Trump in November.

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