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In terms of hardware specs as well as the overall design, the smartphone is indeed a "lite" version of the more expensive Honor 8 that has been on sale in the country for close to eight months now. On the front is a 8-megapixel shooter with a 77-degree wide-angle lens. Huawei Honor 8 Lite sports a 5.2 inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) 2.5D curved glass Display.
  • Half-billion Windows 10 devices, but PC slump stunts growth

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    But, looking at the slowed growth, this number seems unlikely. However, later in the keynote, Microsoft demoed a big brother-like workplace safety program that constantly monitors employees on video. Azure Application Insights support for Azure Functions preview provides better intelligence about Azure Functions code, allowing teams to measure performance, detect issues, and diagnose the source of the problem with serverless apps.
  • Windows 10 update aims to help identify best photos, videos

    Windows 10 update aims to help identify best photos, videos

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    On the productivity aisle, the new Timeline feature is created to let users to pick up tasks across devices and across time. "Windows PCs will love all of your devices", Joe Belfiore said on stage. It will use the Microsoft Graph to connect users across devices. Users can also create mixed reality by adding 3-D objects to photos and videos to tell stories in a whole new way, or turn photos and videos into a canvas, drawing on them with Windows Ink.
  • Microsoft makes emergency security fix

    Microsoft makes emergency security fix

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    If an attacker were able to successfully exploit the vulnerability, they could execute arbitrary code in the security context of the LocalSystem account and take control of the system. Darron Gibbard, chief technology security officer at Qualys , told Infosecurity that the irony of this bug is that it is in the product which is created to protect operating systems against malware.
  • Microsoft unveils Surface Laptop, new version of Windows 10

    Microsoft unveils Surface Laptop, new version of Windows 10

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    Microsoft Surface Laptop REVEALED at Windows 10 S Launch Event Mon, May 1, 2017 Microsoft has unveiled the latest addition to its ever-growing Surface product range - the Surface Laptop . Available for pre-order now, the Surface Laptop is set to hit the market on June 15 , while other Windows 10 S devices will come out this summer, Microsoft said.
  • Microsoft now lets any developer create Cortana skills

    Microsoft now lets any developer create Cortana skills

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    Cortana proactively suggests skills to each user and offers an unique experience based off the user's preferences. Domino's has also created a Cortana skill that's available today. The skills will work much like Skills for Amazon's Alexa platform whereas once a skill is developed, it's then sent over-the-air to all Cortana-powered hardware like speakers, Windows devices, iPhones, and Android devices and will work seamlessly.
  • Banned from Eurovision, Russian singer performs in Crimea

    Banned from Eurovision, Russian singer performs in Crimea

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    The pitch-perfect performance was not typical fare for Eurovision, an annual contest watched by millions across Europe that is better known for its flamboyant costumes than its polished vocal acts. British Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken out about the UK's Eurovision chances post Brexit. The 2017 competition will be held in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.
  • 500M Windows 10 devices, half of 2018 goal

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    The software is being targeted at the education sector and is due to be released later this year. According to a report from ZDNet, the information points to special requirements for Windows Store apps that applies exclusively to browsers and to which a ported version of Google Chrome would be unable to comply with.
  • Chelsea's Victor Moses hails Antonio Conte for role switch

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    It would be a insane money to pay a manager to, but if that's what it takes to get Conte to stay at Stamford Bridge, go on and do it! "He (Conte) didn't say to me: 'Do you fancy playing wing-back?' He just put me in there", Moses was quoted in the Guardian .
  • Local fans unleash the force for 'Star Wars' day

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    May the Fourth be with you, but especially with Riz Ahmed, who beat everyone else at showing their Star Wars appreciation on the sort-of-but-not-really-real holiday for those dreaming of galaxies far, far away. With Star Wars Day upon us, the staff at outcome of Sound made a decision to size up the existing Star Wars televisual universe. If you want to keep corporations from co-opting the day, then bust out your Princess Leia costume and let yourself get a little weird today.
  • WJLA owner to buy WDCW owner in $3.9B deal

    WJLA owner to buy WDCW owner in $3.9B deal

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    The deal makes the largest owner of local TV stations even bigger, giving Sinclair the presence it covets in top markets such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. The $43.50 per share offer represents a 26 percent premium over Tribune's closing price on February 28, a day before Reuters broke the news that Sinclair had approached Tribune about an acquisition.
  • Snap reports $2.2bn loss in Q1, slams Facebook

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    Shares of the company fell more than 24 percent to $17.39 after the first quarterly earnings report since Snap's red-hot initial public offering in March. But in comparison, Instagram said in April that it had more than 200 million users on Stories. Twenty percent of Snap Ads, or vertical video units that play between user stories and on Discover, were bought programmatically this quarter, said Chief Strategy Officer Imran Kahn.