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Galaxy S8 red tint is no big deal, Consumer Reports says

The Galaxy S8 has "a screen without limits, except one: sidewalks". It is rare for devices running on Google's Android operating system, such as the Galaxy S8, to require software updates so soo...

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United States security adviser reaffirms that USA will pay for THAAD

Bong Young-shik, a research fellow at Yonsei University's Institute for North Korean Studies in Seoul , was one such voice, saying it was "too risky for Pyongyang to clearly cross the red line". Nort...

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White House Defends Trump's Invitation to Rodrigo Duterte

Human Rights Watch and other critics reacted with alarm and outrage Monday at Trump's invitation for Duterte to visit the White House in a telephone call where the leader of the free world also affi...

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Houston Texans trade up to get QB Deshaun Watson

The Browns already have Houston's second-round pick in 2018 after receiving it in the trade for Brock Osweiler this off-season. "That's a lot of offensive firepower that we added to the football...

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Samsung, Apple keep top spots in smartphone market

Chinese juggernauts Huawei , Oppo , and Vivo made up the top 5 in the list. "This could have negative implications for Apple, which will release its tenth generation iPhone later this year", the...

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Galaxy S8 Problems and How to Fix Them

Galaxy S8 Problems and How to Fix Them

T-Mobile's product manager Des, took to Twitter to share the news. Now the Google Assistant is available on the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, which makes it even more awkward for the South Korean techno...

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Modi, Turkish president review ties in security, trade areas

Turkey is not directly opposed to India's NSG membership but has been maintaining that the powerful nuclear bloc should come out with a system to consider the entry of the countries which are not a ...

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Science May Not Be Political, But The March For Science Sure Was

The White House did not respond to a request for comment. Signs carried phrases including "Facts Don't Lie" and "In Science We Trust". There were quite a few Trump supporters in the crowd though. ...

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Israel official: 870 Palestinians remain on hunger strike

It said the book would be kept open on May 3 and 4 from 10 am to 3 pm and on May 5 from 10 am to noon at the embassy premises at 110/10 Wijerama Mawatha, Colombo 7. Trump also vowed to move the United...

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Donald Trump wants humans on Mars by 2020

When Peggy Whitson woke up this morning, she broke a record: It's her 535th day in space. When she returns home, in September, she will have logged 666 days in space. "We'll do our best", Whitson said...

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NFL Draft: How does the Jaguars offense change with Deshaun Watson?

With Williams and Watson being selected among the first 12 players, it is the first time any school has had a quarterback and wide receiver chosen among the first 12 selections. Deshaun Watson did th...

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Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ red tinted screens trigger consumer alert

Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ red tinted screens trigger consumer alert

Devices now supported include Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017). That being the case, th...

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President Trump Vows To Never Infringe On Right To Bear Arms

Trump, whose candidacy past year was endorsed by the NRA, marks his first 100 days in office on Saturday with no major legislative achievements but with a long litany of actions to loosen federal regu...

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Will houses on Mars be built from BRICKS?

This is isn't the first research to suggest using the red planet's own soil to build habitats for future space explorers, but it is the first that shows astronauts could build structures without the...

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Lawmakers seal deal on $1T plan government-wide funding bill

Republicans and Democrats agreed to the spending plan Sunday night and are expected to make it public Monday. The measure funds the remainder of the 2017 budget year, through September 30, rejecting...

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France's Hollande asks people to vote for Macron

M - Marine Le Pen, the far-right French presidential candidate, said on Saturday that she would name a former rival and fellow Euroskeptic as her prime minister if elected, in a new effort to broaden ...

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Le Pen's bid for presidency hit by more claims on Holocaust

And in Paris, Le Pen's 88-year-old father Jean-Marie Le Pen - whom she kicked out of the FN in 2015 - will lead a march from a gilded statue of Joan of Arc, the FN's nationalist icon, to Paris Opera h...

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Nintendo to release 2DS XL in the United Kingdom in July

It's a handheld system created to play games from the 3DS "without the 3D screen younger kids are dissuaded from using". And although both handhelds feature widescreen LCDs, the 3DS XL's display is a ...

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First Lady dedicates 'healing' garden at children's hospital

First Lady dedicates 'healing' garden at children's hospital

Known for a fondness for European designer clothes, nude photo shoots in the past and taking a back seat, Melania lives in NY with 11-year-old son Barron and makes only fleeting public appearances. Me...

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Erdogan threatens more strikes against US-backed Kurdish forces in Syria

Turkey's bombardment of YPG positions complicates the US -backed fight against Islamic State in Syria, where the YPG has been a crucial partner on the ground for Washington. Othman further said that t...

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100 days in, Trump says he's brought about 'profound change'

100 days in, Trump says he's brought about 'profound change'

A wealthy businessman from New York , Trump assumed public office for the first time when he entered the White House on January 20 after he defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in an ...

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Researchers have successfully grown premature lambs in an artificial womb

The six lambs tested using the system, which has undergone four iterations in three years, were the equivalent of 23- to 24-week-old human baby. But on Tuesday, researchers from the Children's Hosp...

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Google Parent Alphabet's Revenue Continues to March Higher

Google parent Alphabet Inc posted a 29 percent rise in quarterly profit, driven by a surge in advertising on mobile and its popular YouTube video service. Analysts marveled at the company's ability ...

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Turkish military convoy moves closer to Syrian Kurds

On one hand, further clashes between Turkish and Kurdish forces in Syria could potentially undermine the US -led war on the Islamic State group. Syrian activists said the attacks, on Sinjar Mountain...

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Pakistan and India to resolve Kashmir issue conclusively, urges President Erdogan

He, however, noted that the bilateral trade volume is skewed against Turkey. Bilateral Trade between the two countries stood at USD6.4 billion in 2016, up from USD4 billion in 2010. At a meeting on "I...

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Trump warns North Korea's missiles will get better

Donald Trump has called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a "pretty smart cookie ". "But we have a situation that we just can not let what's been going on for a long period of years continue". power ...

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Here's how Tottenham can win the Premier League

Here's how Tottenham can win the Premier League

Nemanja Matic has warned title rivals Tottenham that Chelsea will fight to the "very last minute" of the season to seal the Premier League crown. Following his midweek brace against Southampton, D...

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International Labour Day: PM Modi salutes Indian workers

International Labour Day: PM Modi salutes Indian workers

May Day , official day for celebrating Workers and labours worldwide and the day is declared as public holiday. The 1904 International Socialist Conference in Amsterdam, the Sixth Conference o...

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Google Traffic-Cost Worries Fade Away As Long As Earnings Beat

In the same year-ago quarter, Alphabet's revenue was $18 billion (£13.9bn), a 16 percent increase for Google in the past year. "It underscores a macro theme we are seeing in the internet space, whic...

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Texans QB Deshaun Watson says he's not Michael Jordan

Texans QB Deshaun Watson says he's not Michael Jordan

There was a lot of wheelin' and dealin' going on around Deshaun Watson on Thursday night at the National Football League draft . Patrick Mahomes was 5-7 last season. The quarterbacks on the roster ...

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Trump guarantees protection for those with pre-existing medical conditions

Trump guarantees protection for those with pre-existing medical conditions

I said, 'Has to be, ' " Trump told CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday when pressed on whether the GOP health-care plan would maintain one of the most popular aspects of the Affordable Care Act, which Tr...

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Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime Lands On T

And although users can still fill that gap with the Google Assistant, that's not what Samsung really wants you to use on the and. The video below depicts four reboots in three minutes, looping one ...

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Newest Trump order targets Obama's marine sanctuaries for possible oil drilling

For instance, Obama had used his authority under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act to protect Arctic areas from oil drilling late a year ago, a move Trump's order seeks to undo. "Given that the ...

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US spy agency stops gathering some messages from Americans

US spy agency stops gathering some messages from Americans

The National Security Agency announced on Friday it will be halting one facet of a highly controversial intelligence program that allowed the spy agency to scoop up large quantities of electronic ...

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Andy Murray losses to Thiem in Barcelona Open semifinals

Murray, though, still looks a pale shadow of the player that rose to number one on a spectacular run at the end of past year as he struggles for form and fitness after an elbow injury. "I was happy to...

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