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Rogers starts rolling out VoLTE update to Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones

Rogers starts rolling out VoLTE update to Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones

Other smartphones that support VoLTE on Rogers include the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Note 5, LG G4 and LG G3 Vigour. Supported devices are these: ...

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Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 Tablet Gets Official

Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 Tablet Gets Official

We have seen a lot of rumors pouring in over the past few weeks about the probable features and specifications of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 3. It is, in fact, looks nearly similar to the last generation Mi Pa...

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Today Freeport-McMoRan Inc (FCX) PT Raised to $16.00

Today Freeport-McMoRan Inc (FCX) PT Raised to $16.00

FCX has been the topic of a number of recent analyst reports. 19 Analysts reported that the Price Target for Freeport-McMoRan Inc. might touch $21 high while the Average Price Target and Low price T...

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Syrian government can not stay on after civil war over: Britain's Johnson

Syrian government can not stay on after civil war over: Britain's Johnson

It was unable to say which chemical had been involved but pro-opposition groups said it was believed to have been the nerve agent Sarin. On Twitter, the head of the opposition High Negotiations Commit...

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Can Tesla Sell 150000 Cars This Year?

This rise is driven by the numbers of Tesla delivering 25,000 vehicles to customers in the first quarter 2017, of that, 13,450 were Model S sedans and 11,550 were Model X sports utility vehicles. Sh...

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Mitch McConnell: Gorsuch filibuster is a 'new low'

Under the compromise I propose here, Democrats would maintain the protection of cloture rules for the next Trump Supreme Court nomination, if there is one, and for first principle priorities such as d...

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Thompson hit with four-shot penalty in final round

Thompson hit with four-shot penalty in final round

Without playing a shot, she went from three strokes clear of Suzann Pettersen, to a shot behind with six holes to play. While non golfers will be wondering how such a small infraction (Thompson di...

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Can Dustin Johnson keep 'making it look easy' at the Masters?

Even if I don't win, it would be nice to have my mom here. Obviously this is different. Day has twice finished in the top three here, and a year ago he tied for 10th. That said, I'm going with Jorda...

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Major US Internet providers say they will not sell customer browsing histories

Under the leadership of Barack Obama's F.C.C. chair, Tom Wheeler , the federal agency passed regulations to ensure an open and free Internet by requiring service providers to treat all data equally...

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Zelda's future is open world, says Aonuma

In an interview with Famitsu (via Esuteru ), Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma commented on the scope of Breath of the Wild. Well, this makes one thing clear, that we will be seeing Zelda Breath of ...

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543 civilians killed in Iraq violence in March

543 civilians killed in Iraq violence in March

A man believed to be the deputy of Islamic State has been killed in an air strike, according to Iraqi State TV. The second-in-command of the Islamic State group Ayad al-Jumaili was killed in an ...

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Fox's 'O'Reilly Factor' Joins Google's YouTube As Latest Target Of Advertiser Boycotts

The New York Times on Saturday reported that five women had received payments totaling about $13 million from either O'Reilly or Fox News parent 21st Century Fox in exchange for not pursuing litig...

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Tony Romo retires, joins CBS as National Football League analyst

Romo entered a Week 17 game against the Philadelphia Eagles and went 3-for-4 with a touchdown, but that's a memory probably stored exclusively for the Dallas faithful and not the lasting image most...

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Android 7.1.2 Nougat update makes it to Nexus and Pixel phones

Android 7.1.2 Nougat update makes it to Nexus and Pixel phones

The update includes the latest monthly Android security update and support for VoLTE. The update has been in beta for a while now but Google has finally made a decision to roll it out to the wide publ...

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Severe weather expected in Alabama and Georgia

Severe weather expected in Alabama and Georgia

The city has announced a parade will be held Sunday afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has included much of Middle Georgia in a Moderate Risk for severe storms on Wednesday. Florence is a town...

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Tesla delivers quarterly record of 25000 vehicles in first quarter

The statement added: "Our delivery count should be viewed as slightly conservative, as we only count a vehicle as delivered if it is transferred to the customer and all paperwork is correct". For that...

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South African markets fall sharply after S&P downgrade

South African markets fall sharply after S&P downgrade

The reshuffle was directly to blame for South Africa's credit rating being cut to junk status , which will have negative economic implications for the country. Another major ratings firm, Moody's, is...

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It's the Beginning of the End for Cassini Mission to Saturn

It's the Beginning of the End for Cassini Mission to Saturn

Cassini's final images will have been sent to Earth several hours before its final plunge, but even as the spacecraft makes its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it will be sending home new d...

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LEGO City Undercover Launch Trailer Invites You to Join the Chase

LEGO City Undercover Launch Trailer Invites You to Join the Chase

But playing it gave the feeling that it was too heavy for the Wii U. It was lacking a multiplayer mode (the heart and soul of every LEGO game?!) and the loading times where... LEGO CITY Undercover ...

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Reused rocket back in port after satellite launch by SpaceX

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he plans to donate the first-stage as a "gift" to Cape Canaveral. That's according to Tweets on Friday from company Chief Executive Elon Musk, who wrote the heavy-lift rock...

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London attack: Westminster suspect identified as Adrian Russell Ajao

Mark Rowley said the latest figures were that there were four dead including the attacker and 29 people being treated in hospital, seven of whom were in a critical condition. The suspect, who authorit...

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Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Runs in 4K on PC

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Runs in 4K on PC

The team added interactive weather and atmospheric effects that actually affect the game, not to mention the fantastic creatures and animals that truly add depth to the world . Even areas causing iss...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Ruined The Galaxy S8

Visitors test Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy S8 smartphones at one of the company's shops in Seoul in this photo taken on April 2, 2017. While it's powered by the mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 6...

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Kanye West's "Life of Pablo" Creates Streaming History When It Went Platinum

The album, which was released on February 14th exclusively through TIDAL, has earned a Platinum certification from the RIAA for consumption of over 1 million equivalent units, according to a press rel...

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Lawmakers warn United Kingdom to assess impact of 'no deal' Brexit

Lawmakers warn United Kingdom to assess impact of 'no deal' Brexit

The Spanish foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis only yesterday said to the United Kingdom not to "lose tempers" after the European Union last week effectively gave Spain powers over Gibraltar's future du...

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SpaceX Reusable Rocket Completes Second Space Flight and Landing

In this handout provided by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket stands after making its first successful upright landing on the " Of Course I Still Lov...

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Spain tells UK: 'Don't lose temper' over Gibraltar

Spain tells UK: 'Don't lose temper' over Gibraltar

Michael Howard, a former Conservative leader, said Sunday that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had sent British warships to the South Atlantic in 1982 "to protect another small group of British p...

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Samsung to double Galaxy S8 production volume

Samsung to double Galaxy S8 production volume

They will go on sale on April 21. With the recently unveiled installment in its flagship series, the Galaxy S8 , so far, tech junkies seem to be impressed. The Galaxy S8 is finally official, and I ...

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UK passport could turn dark blue after Brexit under £490m contract

UK passport could turn dark blue after Brexit under £490m contract

It has been reported that Ministers have ordered a £500m redesign of the British Passport. Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell said the burgundy passport had been a source of national "humiliation". ...

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Amazon Scores 'Thursday Night Football' Streaming Deal

Amazon Scores 'Thursday Night Football' Streaming Deal

The online retailer and e-commerce giant replaces Twitter, which paid $10 million to livestream TNF games last season. Twitter made an attempt to keep the games , with Facebook and YouTube tryi...

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'Extreme vetting' could dig into social accounts, financial info

'Extreme vetting' could dig into social accounts, financial info

Although the Wall Street Journal states that the "full scope" of these extreme vetting measures has not been discussed with the American public yet, the article notes that numerous proposed changes ...

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Blizzard Beats Cheat Maker Bossland in Court, Prohibits Sale of Blizzard Hacks

Blizzard Beats Cheat Maker Bossland in Court, Prohibits Sale of Blizzard Hacks

Given Bossland's lack of court representation thus far, it's unclear exactly what its next steps will be, though it told TorrentFreak it would "continue the legal battle". As reported by TorrentFre...

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South Korean liberal wins party primary, poised to become president

South Korean liberal wins party primary, poised to become president

The man tipped to become South Korea's next president was formally nominated today as candidate of the main opposition party, and promised "justice" in a nation rocked by the impeachment of its former...

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UK Government Plans Daily Tax On Diesel Cars To Discourage Their Use

UK Government Plans Daily Tax On Diesel Cars To Discourage Their Use

Diesel cars will face the highest penalties for driving in the capital. Long-term government plans hope to make all new cars and vans in the country "zero emission", or electric, by 2024. A senior W...

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Syrian group raises death toll in suspected gas attack to 58

Spicer added: "President (Barack) Obama said in 2012 he would establish a red line against the use of chemical weapons and then did nothing". Syrian opposition activists claimed that the attack wa...

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