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This week, Apple was granted a permit for the testing of its autonomous vehicle, or self-drive auto, in California. The Cupertino, California-based company started developing a self-driving vehicle to take on Google and Tesla a few years ago before it pulled back and focused on first developing underlying autonomous technology last year, Bloomberg News has reported.
  • Galaxy Note 7R Refurbished - Here's Everything You Need to Know

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    For models that will be available in countries other than the US, Samsung will use Exynos 9 (8895) Octa core (2.35 GHz Quad + 1.9 GHZ Quad) processor. With the large, wraparound display included in the Galaxy S8 , the handset is certainly larger than a smartphone-sized device. The Galaxy S7 Active came with a Li-Ion 4000 mAh battery, compared with the Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery on the standard Galaxy S7.
  • US security adviser says N.Korea behavior 'can't continue'

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    On Sunday, U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said the problem with North Korea "is coming to a head ". There was speculation that such a test would coincide with Saturday's celebration to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of the country's founder Kim Il-sung, grandfather of current leader Kim Jong-un.
  • NSA's powerful hacking tools leaked online

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    But the contents of the leak appeared to suggest otherwise. The leaked archive also contains the NSA's equivalent of the Metasploit hacking toolkit: FUZZBUNCH. SWIFT stated that there was no indication that their main network had been accessed by unauthorized users. "It is by far the most powerful cache of exploits ever released ", cyber security expert Matthew Hickey told Ars Technica , a technology news outlet.
  • Ex-South Korean leader Park indicted, faces trial

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    Park, in particular, has been charged with forcing major corporations, including Samsung, to donate to foundations controlled by Choi and taking bribes, as well as with forcing companies to sign contracts beneficial for Choi and her associates.
  • HTC U shown off in new image leak

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    Leaked Image from Evan Blass . The image reveals what looks to be glass on the front and back, but without the screen being switched on, it's hard to tell exactly where the display begins and ends. On the camera front, the upcoming HTC U smartphone is expected to come with a pretty much similar camera specifications like that of the HTC U Ultra.
  • Canadian DeLaet, Donald share lead after 2 rounds at RBC Heritage

    Canadian DeLaet, Donald share lead after 2 rounds at RBC Heritage

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    DeLaet has won four times worldwide (three in his home nation and once in South Africa), but has never done better than three second places (the last in the 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open) on the PGA Tour. First-round leader Bud Cauley followed his 63 with a 72 and was in a group of five at 7-under that included former PGA Championship victor Jason Dufner and Sam Saunders, the grandson of golf's late king, Arnold Palmer.
  • Isco's late strike help Real Madrid sink Sporting Gijon in La Liga

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    Real Madrid made nine changes to the team from their Champions League victory at Bayern Munich, with the second leg to come on Tuesday. However, even without the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, Real for the umpteenth time this season found a late victor to remain on course for a first La Liga title in five years.
  • Fast & Furious 8: 23 WTF Moments In The Fate Of The Furious

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    After the movie, I walked out of the theater smiling, but sometimes I was smiling about how awesome some of the action was and sometimes I was making fun of how ridiculous other parts were. Underwater, outer space, and cars that actually fly are likely the only automotive realms left to conquer. Or maybe-just maybe-it was when the gang attacked a nuclear submarine with sports cars gliding across a tundra.
  • Sonu Nigam Tweets Against The Azaan, Calls It Forced Religiousness

    Sonu Nigam Tweets Against The Azaan, Calls It Forced Religiousness

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    He said his home is near a mosque and termed it forced religiousness. Calling it "forced religiousness", he tweeted he is not a Muslim and still wakes up by the Azaan in the morning. The first call is given early in the morning. Apurva Asrani, editor and screenwriter, probably best summarised our exact feeling after Nigam's tweet.
  • Volvo S60 Polestar launched in India at Rs. 52.50 lakh

    Volvo S60 Polestar launched in India at Rs. 52.50 lakh

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    Polestar performance brand started to intensify its business relations with Volvo Cars in 2009. Power is sent to all four wheels via an all-wheel drive system with torque vectoring. The base of the new engine carries motorsport technology with solutions like the combination of turbo and supercharger, lightweight materials and more.