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ARMS Focused Nintendo Direct Coming Tomorrow

ARMS Focused Nintendo Direct Coming Tomorrow

Splatoon 2 coverage that we have yet to see includes whatever the hell Nintendo is doing with their established Marie and Callie backstory canon they've been planting the seeds for in the past few we...

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Si Woo Kim becomes youngest victor of Players Championship

Tiger Woods may be out of commission for the foreseeable future, but it'd be a mistake to think his presence wasn't indirectly felt at closing time of The Players Championship. "Sunday's victory gives...

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Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs

Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs

The company has apparently come to the conclusion that the Fire TV service now merits its own Television set. And while the $449 price point is certainly a good deal higher than just picking up one ...

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Surprise tax increases in 2017 Australian budget

She also warned that despite assurances from Mr Morrison, banks would find a way to pass the levy on to shareholders, customers and ordinary borrowers. And in recognition of the pounding on health pol...

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Windows 10 updates will include Snapchat style video app

To access the new features in Windows 10, shown Thursday at Microsoft's Build conference for developers in Seattle , users will need a Microsoft account to sign in on those devices and share ...

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NHS cyberattack: Trusts were told about security patch last month

NHS cyberattack: Trusts were told about security patch last month

While funding to ease the changeover through extended support and eventual move to a more modern operating system was made available, there are still many NHS computers running Windows XP. United Ki...

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US should not stockpile cyber weapons

US should not stockpile cyber weapons

So far, he said, not many people have paid the ransom demanded by the malware. "We expect this is a small operation that is undertaking this. They've been able to manage through it". "It has been a ...

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Following ransomware attack, Microsoft urges governments to 'wake up'

According to Microsoft , the cyber attack that has hit as many as 200,000 victims in over 150 countries should be treated by governments around the world as a "wake-up call". If your computer is affe...

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Never before seen Canadian footage shows narwhals use their tusks to hunt

Never before seen Canadian footage shows narwhals use their tusks to hunt

As the World Wildlife Fund Canada notes, they have a long tusk which is actually a canine tooth that spirals anti-clockwise up to nine feet forward from the head of adult males and a small percentag...

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United Nations slams DPRK's latest ballistic missile test

United Nations slams DPRK's latest ballistic missile test

The North could be testing ICBM subsystems in a "low-key manner" to "hedge" against the possibility of U.S. military action, he added. An undated photo released 15 May 2017 by North Korean Central N...

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Tillerson Signs Arctic Climate Change Declaration

Rex Tillerson told a meeting of the eight Arctic nations in Alaska that the United States would not rush to make a decision and would consider their views. Tillerson told the meeting of the Arctic Cou...

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WannaCry Ransomware: What We Know Monday

WannaCry Ransomware: What We Know Monday

The number of people paying could go up as the ransomware warned the cost would double after three days, and threatened to delete files within seven days if no payment was made. The crippling attack h...

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United States security adviser says Trump did not cause lapse in national security

United States security adviser says Trump did not cause lapse in national security

Trump spent the campaign arguing that his opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, should be locked up for careless handling of classified information. "I don't think I have anything to ad...

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Microsoft Blames Spy Agencies for Ransomware Disaster

But most of all, it is a wake-up call for governments, whose stockpiling of software vulnerabilities can be as unsafe as getting their missiles stolen. Latest estimated has suggested that up to 75,000...

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North Korea's Missile Program Is Progressing Faster Than Expected: South Korea

North Korea's Missile Program Is Progressing Faster Than Expected: South Korea

North Korea's state news agency identified the weapon as a Hwasong-12 "medium long-range" ground-to-ground ballistic missile. "If the USA awkwardly attempts to provoke the DPRK, it will not escape ...

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Trump defends sharing information with Russians

Trump defends sharing information with Russians

They said it was considered so sensitive that details have been withheld from allies and tightly restricted even within the US government. He also tweeted he wants Russian Federation to do more in t...

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First look of jai lava kusa on may 19

First look of jai lava kusa on may 19

Muraleedharan walked out of the project suddenly. The movie directed by Bobby is being readied for September release. Director Bobby had earlier roped in Muraleedharan, a renowned cinematographer wh...

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Four arrested for murder of Mandla Hlatshwayo

Four arrested for murder of Mandla Hlatshwayo

Several of Hlatshwayo fans used social media to send their condolences to Hlatshwayo's family, as others gathered in front of his home. "We are grateful for the early breakthrough". They went ins...

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New South Korean leader to go to White House summit in June

Tensions on the peninsula remain high, as North Korea confirmed Monday it had successfully tested a new type of ground-to-ground medium- to long-range ballistic missile the previous day. Despite exp...

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Ransomware Cyber-Attack A Wake-Up Call, Microsoft Warns

He said the governments around the world should treat the WannCrypt ransomware attack as a "wake-up call" and must "take a different approach and adhere in cyberspace to the same rules applied to we...

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