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This latest report may be part of an "underpicing" strategy of Apple as it is reported to be pitching low prices for the Airpods and the newest Apple Watch Series 3 in a bid to entice more customers to its ecosystem. It will be slightly less expensive than the smaller iPad Mini 4, which starts at $399 for a 128 GB model. The company's System Status page does not represent any foreseeable products.
  • Drug lords, mining firms want to unseat me: Duterte

    Drug lords, mining firms want to unseat me: Duterte

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    However, Pacquiao gave Lopez until May 3 to prove herself, while adding that in his assessment, she has a 50-50 chance of confirmation. "This is to correct any misimpression that may have resulted from the false statements made by Secretary-designate Gina Lopez during her confirmation hearing before the Commission on Appointments on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, which was televised live via ANC", the company said.
  • Tassie Beaches Have Been Lit Up By Some Extremely 'Avatar'-Looking Algae

    Tassie Beaches Have Been Lit Up By Some Extremely 'Avatar'-Looking Algae

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    Biofluorescence is a phenomenon in which an organism absorbs light and reemits it as a different color. Sea sparkles may trigger skin irritation in swimmers. Another unbelievable scenery was also noticed 50 km to the east, at Preservation Bay . Meanwhile, some people have visited the bay and have taken photos of the blue light shimmering on the waters of the bay.
  • Mass Effect Andromeda Reviews And The Logic Of Predetermined Quality

    Mass Effect Andromeda Reviews And The Logic Of Predetermined Quality

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    Mass Effect Andromeda lead designer, Ian Frazier , responded to a fan asking if there would be a day one patch to address character animations and he responded by saying, "At day 1?" While this trick does take a bit of work, fortunately, the location of the trick is not that hard to find.
  • Microsoft's web services have been hit with a major outage

    Microsoft's web services have been hit with a major outage

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    Xbox Live users are now having trouble accessing major parts of the service, including signing in and buying items, according to anecdotal reports and Microsoft's own status page . Another added: "Great. Get home from a busy day and now this". At least one member of Polygon staff is now unable to sign into his Xbox Live account on his Xbox One or on the Xbox website.
  • What we know about the electronics restrictions on some foreign flights

    What we know about the electronics restrictions on some foreign flights

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    The ban is expected to be announced on Tuesday by the Department of Homeland Security. The rule is broad and wide ranging, affecting nearly anything that is not a phone. The American restrictions are affecting flights from eight countries including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Egypt. Since Royal Jordanian did not make clear that this appears to be a new federal rule, people are also posting their confusion about why this is happening.
  • APD says to not call

    APD says to not call "108" with Siri

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    It's making the rounds on social media right now. Siri gives you a five-second countdown, allowing users who have made a mistake to quickly cancel the call without causing any issues for the emergency services. For some reason, jokers think it's amusing to have people unwittingly dial emergency services. It appears that 108 in an emergency number for people in India, but the United States smartphones are translating that number to emergency services for users.
  • This incredible Mars video took 3 months and 33000 images to create

    This incredible Mars video took 3 months and 33000 images to create

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    Fröjdman even added in crosshairs and thruster effects. HiRISE camera, which is on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, captured around 50,000 images of the planet Mars over the course of 12 years. Tens of thousands of those images have since been transformed into anaglyphs which can be viewed in 3D through special glasses . " In this film, I chose a few places and processed the images in panoramic video clips".
  • Galaxy S8 Leaks Confirm Final Missing Details

    Galaxy S8 Leaks Confirm Final Missing Details

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    Another photo that circulated over the weekend (via SamMobile and Slash Leaks ) shows a sleek new Violet option as well. The devices will likely feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC in some other markets like the United States as Samsung reportedly caused an industry-wide shortage of Qualcomm's latest flagship chip in preparation for the mass production of the Galaxy S8.
  • Trump admin bans large electronics on select flights from Africa, Middle East

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    The airlines will have 96 hours to comply with the new directives, or risk having their flight certificates pulled by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The ban would stop passengers bringing laptops, iPads and cameras in carry-on luggage and is thought to effect at least 12 airlines. It covers 10 airports in the eight countries - Amman, Jordan; Cairo; Istanbul; Kuwait City; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, and Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab ...
  • Trump signs NASA bill, ponders sending Congress to space

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    The new law authorizes $19.5 billion in spending for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for the budget year that began October 1. Trump last week sent Congress a budget proposal that seeks $19.1 billion in spending authorization for the agency next year.
  • Government bans electronics on US-bound flights from 10 airports

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    The airports affected by the U.S. electronics rules are served by nine airlines that fly directly from those cities to the United States about 50 times a day, senior government officials said. All flyers, including American citizens, departing from those airports to the USA must comply with the onboard electronics ban. After banning immigration to the United States of America from six predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East and Africa, US President Donald Trump is all set to be ...