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IOS 11.2.1 rolls out with HomeKit fix

IOS 11.2.1 rolls out with HomeKit fix

The Inquirer reported that Apple is already aware of the new issue brought by the iOS 11.2 update. It was a pretty nasty bug, letting unauthorized people access your home accessories including ...

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U.S. agency to vote on net neutrality rules despite outcry

U.S. agency to vote on net neutrality rules despite outcry

Rosenblum, along with a coalition of 17 state attorneys general, sent a letter to the FCC Wednesday asking to delay the vote on net neutrality until they complete investigations into millions of ...

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Virginia warns 70000 families that their insurance may end

Virginia warns 70000 families that their insurance may end

At this time , the CHIP program plans to send notifications with more specific information to families and providers by early January 2018; however, services and benefits will continue as now availab...

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Kaspersky Lab raises issue of multi cloud security threats

Kaspersky Lab raises issue of multi cloud security threats

The statute expands a Trump administration order issued in September for executive branch agencies to remove Kaspersky products from their computers within 90 days (see Kaspersky Software Ordered Rem...

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Lufthansa scraps deal for Air Berlin's Niki

Lufthansa scraps deal for Air Berlin's Niki

A court in Berlin said Wednesday that Niki had filed for bankruptcy protection, with the Austrian airline seeking to carry out insolvency procedures under its own administration. Lufthansa said it wil...

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Woman hatches gruesome plan to replace husband with lover

Woman hatches gruesome plan to replace husband with lover

To ensure that nobody gets suspicious about Reddy's disappearance, Swati hatched a plan to swap her dead husband with Rajesh by making some changes in his physical appearance through plastic surge...

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Blue Origin Named Its Space Flight Dummy 'Mannequin Skywalker'

On Tuesday, Blue Origin finally put the revamped New Shepard system to the test. As the capsule plunges back towards the lower atmosphere, passengers will experience the opposite end of the weig...

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SpaceX Rocket Launch Has Been Postponed To Friday

SpaceX Rocket Launch Has Been Postponed To Friday

Elon Musk's SpaceX announced on Twitter Monday night that the planned launch of the company's Falcon 9 rocket will be delayed for the second time in two days. There's a possibility that it will...

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Giant Penguin? Fossils Show They Were as Tall as Humans

Giant Penguin? Fossils Show They Were as Tall as Humans

Artistic reconstruction of Kumimanu biceae . As a comparison, the Emperor Penguin - the tallest and heaviest of all living penguins - can only reach heights of around 1.22 metres and weights of up to...

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Opening the Google AI China Center

Opening the Google AI China Center

The search engine giant's other machine learning (ML) research groups, besides the Googleplex, are located in New York, London, Zürich and Toronto. Bolstering its status as an AI first company, Goog...

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Geminid meteor shower visible Thursday night

Geminid meteor shower visible Thursday night

This meteor shower is predicted to be one of the most dazzling in recent memory as an nearly absent moon will assure that the meteors stand out brightly as they streak across the sky. Bill Cooke fr...

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Synaptics announces mass production of in-display fingerprint sensors

Synaptics announces mass production of in-display fingerprint sensors

Synaptics today announced the mass production of its new Clear ID FS9500 family of optical in-display fingerprint sensors with a top five OEM . The Clear ID fingerprint sensors magically activate ...

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Born South Pacific island can offer insights into water on Mars

Born South Pacific island can offer insights into water on Mars

NASA researchers are studying the formation of a new Pacific Ocean island in order to find clues for where to search for past life on Mars. The new island is perched on the north rim of a caldera ...

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Instagram will now let users follow hashtags

Instagram will now let users follow hashtags

All in all, this should be an interesting way to discover new content and new people on Instagram , especially if you have specific interests, hobbies, and passions. Twitter has also announced a new...

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Apple drops white color scheme with new iMac Pro

Apple drops white color scheme with new iMac Pro

It'll have 128GB of RAM and up to 4TB of SSD storage. Naturally, many might be put off by the almost $5,000 asking price (for starters) of the iMac Pro . Also included in the box are a Space Gray M...

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Twitter finally has an official thread tool for those serial tweets

Twitter finally has an official thread tool for those serial tweets

This was a cumbersome method to thread tweets and as such not a simple or intuitive way to go about it. Recent data from social media analysis firm SocialFlow claims tweets with more than 140 char...

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Watch us test PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One X

Watch us test PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One X

The game has proven a global phenomenon since, selling more than 20 million copies worldwide. In PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds , 100 players are airdropped onto a large island map where they comp...

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Detective Pikachu set for May 2019 release

It's Pokémon though, so it'll probably do well regardless of whether we see the game or not. The game features a Pikachu that speaks in a human language, wears a Sherlock Holmes hat and solves cri...

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Nokia 6 (2018) spotted on TENNA, find out more

Nokia 6 (2018) spotted on TENNA, find out more

We will have more information on the new Nokia 6 and Nokia 9 smartphones when they are made official in January. As per the report , in terms of features, the upcoming Nokia 6 (2018 ) is expecte...

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Geminid meteor to display this Wednesday

Geminid meteor to display this Wednesday

As such it takes longer to burn up and will burn up much brighter, effectively guaranteeing a good view. "It really, I think, is becoming the best of the periodic annual meteor showers", Chester sai...

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