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The other device in question is believed to be the mid-ranger Nokia 7. Compared with the original phone 3310 of 2000, the new device apparently changed slightly, retaining the design concept as such. According to HMD Global, the device also comes with the modern version of the classic game Snake pre-installed. The Nokia 3310 is not competing with any smartphone in terms of specifications.
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    On Friday, Russia's President Vladimir Putin told Moon in a phone call he was ready to play a "constructive role" in resolving North Korea's nuclear threat, South Korea's presidential office said. At his first news conference at the presidential Blue House, Moon introduced his nominees for prime minister, the country's spy chief and his presidential chief of staff.
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    The suspect witnessed the two with the gun and thought something suspicious was going on, police told CBS-11 . They say the Uber passenger, who had been drinking, was showing the Uber driver a gun he was carrying. The gunman reportedly was providing the victim first aid when police arrived. Police said Beaty, who is an army veteran, may have been suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.
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    Beaucher was hospitalized with second-degree burns on his hands, face and neck, Dwyer said. Somehow Beaucher managed to get himself outside to his Land Rover and grabbed his iPhone despite the vehicle having caught fire too. The intelligent assistant made the call and fire crews and ambulances were soon at the scene. He told WMUR.com: 'I'm very, very, extremely lucky to be alive .
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    The hackers exploited software code from the National Security Agency that leaked online. Experts are warning that there could be further ransomware cases this week after the global cyber-attack. The Government Digital Service, established by David Cameron, failed to extend a £5.5 million one-year support deal with Microsoft , or to secure a replacement package.
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    Some victims were ignoring official advice and paying the $300 ransom demanded by the cyber criminals to unlock their computers, which was due to double to $600 on Monday for computers hit by Friday's first wave. According to a daily, Microsoft has issued a statement saying that it has developed and released a special update for Windows XP although this particular version of its operating system is no longer serviced by the company.
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    It has eight microphones , so that it never misses your voice commands. As per usual with most Echo devices, you can also use it to control various features of your home, like the thermostat, lights, and other compatible smart home devices such as WeMo, Philips Hue, and ecobee.
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    The article, which cited three people familiar with the situation, said the company's MacBook Pro, a new 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Air could all get faster chips. Over the past few years, Apple's WWDC event has been a decidedly software-only affair, with almost all the focus centering on upcoming iterations of iOS, macOS, and more recently, watchOS and tvOS.
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    As president, Trump has the ability to disclose classified information largely as he chooses. It also raises the possibility that the information could be passed to Iran, Russia's close ally and Israel's main threat in the Middle East. The media in the room did not seem satisfied when McMaster abruptly ended the conference, telling them the president of Turkey would be arriving soon.