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  • Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

    Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

    In January, Israeli media reported that state intelligence officials were anxious that intelligence revealed to the Trump administration would be leaked to Russian and Iranian intelligence agencies. "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety", Trump wrote Tuesday morning.

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  • Maruti Suzuki unveils new-gen Dzire - Launch scheduled next month

    Maruti Suzuki unveils new-gen Dzire - Launch scheduled next month

    The new Dzire , which is built on the same platform as the Baleno and the new Swift , also features an all-new dashboard that has plenty of elements from the all-new Swift. With neck-and-neck competition, Maruti choose to fill up all the possible gaps with the new Dzire and it now comes with a touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink and navigation.

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  • Linux Is Now Available At Microsoft's App Store

    Linux Is Now Available At Microsoft's App Store

    The other new features of Windows Server will be aligned with the next release of Windows 10 . In other words, users will be able to enjoy the best of Windows 10 even if they have an iPhone, as Microsoft is adding integration with iOS and making it possible for Microsoft Graph developers to connect desktop apps to mobile apps.

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  • SEGA want a 'revival of major IPs' before 2020

    SEGA want a 'revival of major IPs' before 2020

    I went through the document , but of course, Sega is dropping no hints as to what IPs this could specifically mean. Sega has just released a presentation report about its upcoming business strategies revealing plans to revive its major IPs.

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  • United Kingdom could 'suffer another major cyber attack on Monday'

    United Kingdom could 'suffer another major cyber attack on Monday'

    Security officials in Britain urged organizations to protect themselves by updating their security software fixes, running anti-virus software and backing up data elsewhere. The effects were felt across the globe, with Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx Corp.in the US and French carmaker Renault all reporting disruptions.

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  • Dozens of countries hit by huge cyberextortion attack

    Dozens of countries hit by huge cyberextortion attack

    It is believed that as many as 45 NHS organisations in the United Kingdom are under a "cyber-attack" and East Cheshire NHS has confirmed that it is one of the organisations experiencing "IT disruption". Researches with security company Avast had observed 75,000 infections in 99 countries including Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan. Telecommunications company Telefonica was among many targets in Spain.

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  • UK hospitals turn away patients after ransomware attack

    NHS Digital, which runs the health service's IT systems, believes it has identified the malware software known as Wanna Decryptor , also known as Wannacry, which appears to be requesting $300 from victims to decrypt their computers. "This is a major cyber attack, impacting organisations across Europe at a scale I've never seen before", said security architect Kevin Beaumont. A Dumfries and Galloway healthboard spokesman said: "Three GP practices have been initially affected and we are ...

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  • Andy Murray knocked out of Madrid Open by Borna Coric

    Andy Murray knocked out of Madrid Open by Borna Coric

    It's not the first time Murray has come unstuck against Coric as a lucky loser, with his defeat to the Croat in Dubai coming in the same circumstances. Thiem saved five match points to edge out Grigor Dimitrov a thrilling third set tie-break 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (11/9). Murray also lost at the last-16 stage in last month's Monte Carlo Masters, his first tournament after recovering from an elbow injury, and was then beaten by Dominic Thiem in the Barcelona Open semi-finals.

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  • IPhone 8: it became known date of the beginning of sales

    IPhone 8: it became known date of the beginning of sales

    The ball is now in Apple's court, and everyone in the consumer tech world is looking at the Cupertino-based tech giant to see what the iPhone 8 would be like. Incidentally, the iPhone 8 will also launch alongside two other iPhone models, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus . TSMC is supposedly going to begin fabricating Apple's A11 chipsets on June 10 and deliver it in high volumes by the second half of July.

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  • Google to roll out Android O Beta program soon, Nougat Beta ends

    The beta builds on existing Android devices will be upgraded to the latest public version of Android through OTA updates . While Android 7 Nougat is installed on only 5 percent of the Android-powered smartphones, Google will be officially unveiling Android O during Google I/O developer conference 2017, which will take place in Mountain View, California from 17 May to 19 May.

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  • Apple wants to end reliance on mining "one day"

    First, Apple has released its own environmental progress report for 2017. It has also partnered with other organisations such as RE100 and ChemSec to drive clean energy initiatives and help achieve a toxic-free environment. The company is encouraging its suppliers to do the same, and seven have promised to power their Apple manufacturing with renewable energy by the end of 2018.

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  • Google assistant can recognise voices

    Google assistant can recognise voices

    Those phrases will be analyzed by a neural network that can detect the characteristics of your voice. Users simply say "OK Google" and "Hey Google" two times each, which are then analyzed by a neural network that is created to recognize certain characteristics of a person's voice.

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  • Qualcomm hints Snapdragon PCs are coming

    Qualcomm hints Snapdragon PCs are coming

    At the earnings call for Qualcomm's Q2 2017 earnings, the CEO, Steve Mollenkopf, confirmed that the first Windows 10 PCs powered by ARM processors will be launching in Q4 of this year - around October-December. Snapdragon PCs will most likely be powered by Snapdragon 835. Of particular interest is the chipset's connectivity which impresses due to its integrated X16 Gigabit-Class LTE modem with 2×2 802.11ac Wave-2 and 802.11ad Multi-gigabit Wi-Fi and is described as "making it the first ...

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  • Google Home's assistant can now recognize different voices

    To set up multi-user support, users train the Assistant to recognize their voice via the Google Home app. Unfortunately, this feature rollout, while useful, still doesn't fix one of Google Home's biggest flaw: being limited to only one calendar, the main calendar associated with your Google profile.

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  • Mercedes Concept A Sedan to take on the BMW 1 Series Sedan

    The S-Class had retained that title for three years previously, but having been on sale since 2014, Mercedes' flagship saloon was beginning to look exhausted compared with more tech-heavy rivals. "Their success shows that our customers are absolutely delighted with the current generation of Mercedes-Benz compact cars", Daimler AG sales and marketing head Britta Seeger said in a statement.

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  • Bill Hiking Quota for Backward Muslims and ST Passed in Telangana

    Bill Hiking Quota for Backward Muslims and ST Passed in Telangana

    The Telangana Reservation Bill 2017 seeks to increase the quota for backward Muslims under BC-E category from the existing 4 per cent to 12 per cent. The BJP reportedly said that the Muslim reservation bill has no legal and constitutional feasibility and would be "quashed" at the central government level, we would utilise this issue to politically "rise" in the state and project the ruling TRS in "bad light", the party further added to its statement.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 owners complain their screens are affected by red tint

    Samsung's latest flagships have already been released in South Korea, and most carriers in the USA and Canada have started shipping all pre-ordered devices. Having been formally unveiled late last month, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is now available for pre-order. "If the color still appears to be reddish, customers can change it at the service center".

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  • Hacking group publishes NSA exploits online

    Hacking group publishes NSA exploits online

    Windows users should make sure their software is up-to-date. "This is by far the most brutal dump", said Comae Technologies founder Matt Suiche, who has closely followed the group's disclosures and initially helped confirm its connection to the NSA previous year.

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