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Apple iPhone 8: Prepare Your Camping Gear

It'll have a near bezel-free design, wireless charging support, vertical stacked rear-facing cameras, and 3D sensing front-facing cameras . Apple is now playing defense and this year is going to ...

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Hot Switch sales boost Nintendo sales, trim quarterly loss

Hot Switch sales boost Nintendo sales, trim quarterly loss

He said one of the reasons behind the strong start is that unlike its predecessor Wii U, the Switch has a long list of titles made by independent studios as Nintendo has made the new console compatibl...

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Kia Motors to set up 300000-unit capacity plant in Andhra Pradesh

It will enable us to sell cars in the world's fifth largest market, while providing greater flexibility for our global business.Worldwide demand for Kia cars is growing and this is our latest step tow...

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First look at images from Cassini's dive between Saturn's rings

First look at images from Cassini's dive between Saturn's rings

Launched in 1997, the Cassini-Huygens mission - a collaborative effort between NASA, the European Space Agency and Italian Space agency - has twice been extended, in 2008 and 2010, but the probe is fa...

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Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

Launched in October 1997, Cassini arrived at Saturn in July 2004 and dropped off a lander built by the European Space Agency that successfully completed a parachute descent to the surface of Titan the...

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Samsung Elec flags stronger earnings from chips, phones after first quarter jump

Operating profit was 9.90 trillion won, up 48 percent from 6.68 trillion won a year earlier. These were held for possible acquisitions or staff incentives, but Samsung said its strong balance sheet ...

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Precision Drilling Corporation (NASDAQ:PDS) Expected To Report Earnings On Monday

Precision Drilling Corporation (NASDAQ:PDS) Expected To Report Earnings On Monday

The oil and gas company reported ($0.06) earnings per share for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of ($0.11) by $0.05. Creative Planning boosted its stake in Precision Drill...

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BlackBerry KeyOne to launch in US and Canada in late May

BlackBerry KeyOne to launch in US and Canada in late May

After an unexpected delay , Chinese electronics company TCL has announced the BlackBerry KeyOne will be going on sale in the US and Canada on May 31. It's housed in an aluminium chassis alongside a...

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NASA spacewalking suits in short supply, report finds

NASA spacewalking suits in short supply, report finds

But after the new treaty signed by the Russian space agency and NASA , her stay in the International Space Station (ISS) extended for another three months, and now Peggy Whitson will remain in the sp...

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JPL's Cassini finds evidence ice-covered Saturn moon might sustain alien life

The Cassini spacecraft detected the hydrogen in a plume of gas and icy material spraying off Enceladus in October 2015. Chemical analysis of the plume suggested conditions favourable for methanog...

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Humans arrived in North America much earlier than first thought

Humans arrived in North America much earlier than first thought

Dating the tools proved to be challenging. The study is considered controversial among scientists, according to the Nature journal, largely because it "would force a dramatic rethink of when and h...

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Iowan Breaks US Space Travel Record

Dr. Peggy Whitson was seen standing with another astronaut who come in space last week, Col. Jack Fischer. "It's actually a huge honor to break a record like this", Whitson told the president. Descr...

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Texans draft picks to be announced from space

The Texans now have four picks on the third day of the draft: two in the fourth round, one in the fifth round and one in the seventh round. In a first, the Houston Texans' picks for the final ro...

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Windows and Office moving to synchronised twice-yearly releases

Windows and Office moving to synchronised twice-yearly releases

After rolling the Windows 10 Redstone 2 aka the Windows 10 Creators Update, company now focusing on the next major update of the Windows 10. Similar to the current schedule, Windows 10 feature upg...

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Humans in America '115000 years earlier than thought'

Researchers found a treasure trove of mastedon parts: here, two mastodon femur balls (center), the neural spine of a vertebra (lower right), and a broken rib (lower left). The researchers performed mo...

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"Star Wars: Episode IX" and new "Indiana Jones" movie get release dates

Star Wars: Episode IX is a movie that already feels potentially doomed to failure, at least in one respect. Maybe Disney believes it has rehabilitated the brand after the original prequel trilogy...

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Whale and boat collisions may be more common

Whale and boat collisions may be more common

Alex Hill, the lead author of the study, said that a more thorough study of the phenomenon might help them find solutions for both the whales and the boaters. The research suggested that they had unde...

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India can bolster Snapchat's prospects as Facebook goes after it (Tech Trend)

India can bolster Snapchat's prospects as Facebook goes after it (Tech Trend)

Instagram first launched in 2010 and was bought by Facebook for $1 billion (£779m) in 2012. While Snapchat constantly keeps its features fresh and new, other social media giants such as Instagram, ...

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Samsung says Galaxy S8 pre-orders beat S7

Priced starting at $720 for the 5.8-inch S8 and $840 for the 6.2-inch S8 Plus (pictured above), the new devices are being positioned as premium phones created to compete with Apple's iPhone 8, whi...

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Will Samsung fans upgrade to the Galaxy S8, S8 edge, Kantar asks

Samsung has been working on its own AI-powered personal assistant to compete with the likes of Cortana, Echo, Google Assistant and Siri, and has finally announced its release alongside the new flags...

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