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Higher clocked parts can be had at the cost of cores, so which models you choose will really depend on your overall needs. For compatibility with the fastest kinds of memory chips for servers or to be able to send the largest amounts of information quickly between the central processing chip and memory or storage, Intel requires that customers buy a package that includes two chips, known as a dual socket design, even if they don't need the extra processing power of two chips.
  • Invite-only events coming to avid Pokémon Go players

    Invite-only events coming to avid Pokémon Go players

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    Pokemon Go's upcoming update will add a new feature that will mark the cheaters in the form of forwarding red slash. Niantic hopes that by marking Pokemon caught illegally , this will curb cheating in the game. "Starting today, Pokémon caught using third-party services that circumvent normal gameplay will appear marked with a slash in the inventory and may not behave as expected", Niantic stated.
  • Justin Thomas powers into US Open contention with thrilling round

    Justin Thomas powers into US Open contention with thrilling round

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    His inward nine began with a further bogey on the long par-five first, which was followed by another bogey on the second which left him at eight over. "Yeah, it was a bit of a roller coaster. I'm just excited to get a few rounds and start playing again". Jason Day , the world number three, will also have the weekend off after a 75 left the Australian at 10 over through two rounds.
  • OnePlus price evolution has made its smartphones less competitive

    OnePlus price evolution has made its smartphones less competitive

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    Back when OnePlus first entered the smartphone world with the original OnePlus One, the company's focus was on providing premium features at an affordable price. The model with 6GB of memory and 64 GB of storage is priced at £449 (the 8 GB / 128 GB model is £499). From the front, the OnePlus 5 (right) also looks strikingly similar to the iPhone 7 Plus.
  • Learn how to protect Facebook profile photo in India

    Learn how to protect Facebook profile photo in India

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    Also, they will restrict to download and share the profile picture. Based on what it learns from the experience in India, the social media giant hopes to expand the feature to other countries soon. The perpetrator takes all the publicly available information on an account (including your profile picture and name) and then creates a new account, adding the friends of the original account and gaining access to all of their information that is "friends only".
  • AMBER alert rolled out on Aust Facebook

    AMBER alert rolled out on Aust Facebook

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    The Queensland Police Service launched its own AMBER Alert System in 2015, and the system has already proved extremely helpful. Facebook and the nation's police forces will begin issuing alerts about abducted children to Australian users.
  • Kill me out of mercy, pleads Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict

    Kill me out of mercy, pleads Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict

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    At the moment, he is one of the 7 people imprisoned for conspiring to assassinate the former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi, during an election rally in Siperumbudur on May 21, 1991 . "I can understand the intention of the government and as none of my family member have come to see me, I don't find anymore goal in life", Pious said in his letter.
  • China tried but failed on N. Korea

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    North Korea accuses Washington and South Korea of sending spies to overthrow its government. The U.S. State Department said on June 20 that Washington holds Pyongyang accountable for its treatment of Warmbier, and urged North Korea to free three other U.S.
  • Final farewell for US student detained by North Korea

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    On Tuesday, Trump posted a tweet suggesting Chinese President Xi Jinping's efforts were ineffective, a message he reiterated before supporters in Iowa. Tony Kim, who also goes by his Korean name, Kim Sang-duk, is a 58-year-old US citizen who was temporarily teaching an accounting course at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, North Korea's only private university.
  • Soros: Brexit is a 'lose-lose' proposition for Britain and EU

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    The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said talks with Brexit Secretary David Davis , which are starting a year after Britain's vote to leave, had started "on the right foot". "In a first step, we will deal with the most pressing issues". "Through exit negotiations, the United Kingdom government must ensure the United Kingdom continues to welcome, with minimal barriers, talented European Union students and staff".