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Moto Z2 Force dares you to try and break its screen

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The Moto Z Force from a year ago sported a big battery pack, a camera with a higher resolution compared to Moto Z, and a shatterproof display. The result should be a display that can be dropped, scratched at and generally mishandled without breaking - all while still looking like a normal slim and attractive smartphone. Read More »

Top 5 Wide Receivers in the NFL Draft

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The chart has, can, and will be used by National Football League general managers as they make franchise-changing decisions on draft night. Outlook: If he slips out of the first round, Cook will be a second-round steal. If they want a shut-down cornerback - an important role in any scheme - they could pick Lattimore. However, those players have failed to produce at the level that they should. Read More »

Resign or face lawyers' movement: LHCBA to Nawaz Sharif

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Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Justice Gulzar Ahmed ruled Sharif should be disqualified, whereas the other three, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan, chose to form a JIT. Durrani-Moosa said the court could have asked for further investigation during the hearing. The Supreme Court ruled there was insufficient evidence to order Sharif's removal and ordered further investigations. Read More »

Advocates fan out in global support for science

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The march began at 1 p.m.at East Rock Park in New Haven, as people gathered in the rain to support science. And while the marchers seemed generally pleased with the turnout, they didn't seem optimistic about changing Trump's stance on science. Read More »

Faulty Parking Brake Causes Global Recall

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If the gear were to break, the parking brake would continue to keep the auto from moving, but the parking brake would be stuck in place, it added. Well, it looks like another auto manufacturer has found thousands of electronic parking brakes that aren't working properly. Read More »

Snap stock falls as alleged CEO comments rile some on social media

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Mr Pompliano alleges that Mr Spiegel said Snapchat is "only for rich people" and that he didn't want to "expand into poor countries like India and Spain". The popular app's rating also dropped from "five stars" to just a "single star" on the App Store based on 6,099 ratings on the current version of the app. Read More »

Thousands of scientists protest against Trump slashing research budgets

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Standing on the National Mall with thousands soaked by rain Saturday, Mann said that like other scientists, he would rather be in his lab, the field or teaching students. Musician and multi-instrumentalist Questlove said science should belong to the masses at the March for Science in Washington , D.C., on Saturday. Read More »

Galaxy Note 8 rumoured to feature dual-camera and 6.4-inch display

While a Note 8 seems to be coming at some point, don't expect the phone to be released until the end of 2017. Kuo adds that he believes the Note 8's potential dual camera will be superior to the one found on the iPhone 7 Plus, and could match the one that Apple is expected to fit to the iPhone 8 with OLED display due out later this year. Read More »

Even Trump's Earth Day message was anti

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The pre-march rally saw various scientists and TV personalities like Bill Nye talk about why science mattered to them - and should matter to everyone. President Donald Trump said in an Earth Day statement that his administration is "committed to keeping our air and water clean, to preserving our forests, lakes and open spaces and to protecting endangered species". Read More »

Indonesian hobbit evolved from African ancestor

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Future discoveries and analyses of hominid fossils could provide more details on the exact nature of this branching, and whether the hobbit truly is a sister species to H. Argue says this is still early days when it comes to research on little Homo floresiensis . Until this study on the species, officially named Homo floresiensis , it was thought it was offspring of a early humans Homo erectus. Read More »

Premature to distribute candies over Panama verdict, says Interior Minister Ch Nisar

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She said that the opposition leaders were upset by the development agenda of PM Mian Nawaz Sharif and the peace that had returned to the country in recent areas. The court panel was split, with two judges recommending that Sharif should step down and three backing instead a further investigation. She said that after 2013 when Pakistan was on verge of default Prime Minister rekindled the ray of hope by launching a number of energy projects that added electricity to the national grid to ... Read More »

Trump pledges to protect environment and workers

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Today, we're at the #MarchForScience promoting the progress of science and the useful arts of engineering. Foote said participants included a teacher, the father of a burgeoning scientist and students studying biology. Toronto march organizer Evan Savage said as many as 3,000 people attended the event. For those who couldn't march in Washington, many actors joined in satellite marches with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom leading the event in Silicon Valley and Doctor Who's Peter ... Read More »

Thousands in Seattle march for science

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US President Donald Trump's proposal of administering cutbacks in the budget for scientific research did not go down well with scientists, which caused them to join hands and hit the streets of Washington in protest. But as Arriola sees it, science has always had a political element to it. "Science helps us inform questions that politicians make decisions on", he explained. Read More »

Dad worries about sons if science spending cut

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I marched alongside more than 310,000 individuals in the heart of NYC to call our world leaders to start taking serious action against climate change. The organizers don't expect the event to end on Saturday . Eric Weber of Denver joins other protesters during a march for science Saturday, April 22, 2017 , in Denver. Read More »

Scientists Take To Washington To Stress An Apolitical Agenda

The march ended at the Walt Disney Amphitheatre at Lake Eola Park, where supporters chanted, "Science, not silence" and "What do we want?" "We're facing challenging fights from the administration", Azra Baig, an organizer at the event said following the march. Read More »

Suspect in Facebook video killing kills self

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Officers responded and engaged in a short pursuit, after which they stopped the vehicle. State police Major William Teper Jr. said the trooper who bumped Stephens' vehicle "saw him pull the gun out and shoot himself". Several hours later though, Stephens turned up at the McDonald's in Harborcreek Township, re-emerging from whatever cover kept him off police's radar. Read More »

Vandeweghe gives US lead over Czech Republic in Fed Cup semi

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After being broken in the first game, the 23-year-old responded right away and earned the deciding break in the fourth game, holding serve the rest of the way to take a one set lead. They will be followed by a game between Belarus' No 2 Arina Sobolenko and Switzerland's No 1 Timea Bacsinszky . "I love to play". "It was just a great honor to be on court and to be able to play a really good match against a challenging opponent". Read More »

NGT orders immediate closure of industries near Bengaluru lake

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One of the suggestions was to stop sewage flowing into the lake but the state government has not taken any measures to implement this suggestion, " Dr Yellappa Reddy rues. The industries will be asked to down shutters until a committee is formed to inspect the premises. "No industry is permitted to operate unless inspection by a joint inspection team is conducted and analysis of effluent is found to be within the permissible limits", the bench, which also comprised Justice R S Rathore, said. Read More »

'Right time' to use huge bomb in Afghanistan: US general

In a press release, officials said the MOAB bomb was dropped at 7.32 PM local time "on a tunnel complex in Achin district of Nangarhar province, where the Afghan affiliate of ISIS that has been operating close to the Pakistani border". The official said use of the weapon had nothing to do with sending a message to any other country, including North Korea. Multiple Afghan officials previously told CNN they had no information about the bombing before it happened. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Teardown Reveals One Disturbing Design Flaw

Apparently, Samsung won't be able to flawless technology that would let it embed the sensor into the display - that was the original plan for the Galaxy S8 series as well. The Galaxy S8 has a 5.8-inch display screen, while the Galaxy S8+ has a 6.2-inch screen. Both issues when taken in isolation aren't that big a deal, but Samsung is keen to put last year's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco behind it. Read More »

Cold 'great spot' detected in Jupiter's upper atmosphere

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The Great Cold Spot was uncovered by using information gathered by the Very Large Telescope in Chile. According to Dr Stallard, the Great Cold Spot might have existed for millennia on end, as old as Jupiter's aurorae. Jupiter is intensely studied because it's the closest of our solar system's gas giants, and it also happens to be the largest. Jupiter's Great Cold Spot (a dark spot). Read More »

Advocates fan out in global show of support for science

Their movement was echoed in hundreds of satellite events across the United States and around the world, from Sydney to Accra. Of particular concern to critics is the Trump administration's budget that calls for sizable cuts in funding for the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Energy's Office of Science. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Pre-Orders in Korea Cross the 1 Million Mark

Local brokerage firms have been estimating sales of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus could reach around 43-60 million units. As we're sure you will recall, Samsung's best smartphone to date was recalled past year - twice - after some Note 7 batteries burst into flames, causing injuries and property damage in the process. Read More »

Microsoft To Offer Their Own Version Of The Galaxy S8

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As fantastic as the Galaxy S8 series sound, it appears that some folks aren't buying it - literally . For most who hasn't heard about it, Gigabit LTE is simply your average 4G LTE connection, with full afterburners on. A major new feature of the phone is the artificially intelligent voice assistant dubbed Bixby - effectively the company's answer to the iPhone's Siri. Read More »

Samsung predicts better-than-expected quarterly profits

To give this some context, this would become Samsung's second highest quarterly operating profit ever, beaten only by its 10.16 trillion won (~$9.34 billion) in Q3 of 2013. The company's display business contributed a further 1 trillion won ($880 million) on strong demand for LCD panels in China, according to analysts. Samsung was forced to recall it late previous year after reports of the device overheating and exploding. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 is Already Closing in on 1 Million Pre-Orders

The Samsung S8 comes will be available with either a 5.8-inch screen (the S8) or a larger 6.2-inch screen (the S8 Plus). According to the report , a Samsung official said that the company had received up to 728,000 pre-order registrations as of Wednesday, up from the 550,000 units that had been recorded on the first two days. Read More »

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to rule out a second Brexit referendum

Justifying the decision to call the election, Mrs May said: "The country is coming together but Westminster is not". She said the political divisions "risk our ability to make a success of Brexit". We can't win, they say, because we don't play their game. "They are wrong", she said. Because when we win, it's the people, not the powerful, who win. Read More »

Paris cop killed, another injured in apparent terror attack

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Police officers raided his home in an eastern suburb of Paris and detained three members of his family for questioning. Belgian security officials had warned French counterparts before the attack that El Osri was a "very unsafe individual en route to France " aboard a high-speed train. Read More »

Ayushmann is innocent: Parineeti

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The song depicts the college days of the central characters Abhi and Bindu and when asked if he used to sing songs in his college days to impress girls, Ayushmann said: "During my college days I used to do a lot of theatre, live shows, street plays etc.so did not get much time to run after girls". Read More »

United CEO won't add chairman title in 2018 as was planned

Chief Executive Officer of United Airlines Oscar Munoz introduces a new global business class dubbed United Polaris in New York June 2, 2016. Through Tuesday afternoon, its shares had fallen 4.3 percent since Flight 3411, wiping out almost $1 billion in market value, although several other airline stocks declined in the same period. Read More »

Marine Le Pen slips behind Emmanuel Macron in French election race

Le Pen is the "strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in France ", Trump said . Current polls put Le Pen closely behind center-right candidate Emmanuel Macron. She has offered to give the French public a say on their membership of the European Union as well as pledging to immediately clamp down on security, a major concern for the public. Read More »