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The EPYC processors are " optimised for today's workloads ", asserted Dr SU, by AMD thinking about how a server or data centre works, not exclusively concentrating on CPU performance. On stage, AMD demonstrated a 2-in-1 reference design less than 15mm thick that was running a quad-core Ryzen Mobile APU. Skylake-X, meanwhile, offers between 28 and 44 PCIe 3.0 lanes, depending on the size of your wallet.
  • Apple May Launch Siri-Powered Smart Speaker Next Month at WWDC

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    Those ever-wise "people with knowledge of the matter" told Bloomberg News that the speaker is coming, and is made by Inventec, which also makes AirPods. Macbook: Apple might upgrade the Macbook Pro , the Macbook and even the Macbook Air . While the Amazon Echo and Google Home can play music , they aren't considered to be high-quality speakers, so Apple could use improved sound quality as a differentiator since many folks use these speakers in places like the kitchen.
  • Myles Garrett and Corey Coleman missed practice Wednesday

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    He's everything that we think he is. "We picked the wrong day to have an off day (for him)". With that, Coleman may not be back on the field until training camp gets underway. Again, if I wanted to push him through it, I could. He's making his way through. Warning lip readers, you may want to cover your eyes. It's not like Cleveland has a sure-thing at starting quarterback, just four guys that are going to compete for the job.
  • Kathy Griffin fired from CNN's New Year's Eve program

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    It was not amusing. "I ask for your forgiveness". She jokes that she and Shields will have to run away to Mexico when the images go public and says, "I won't give away what we're doing but Tyler and I are not afraid to do images that make noise".
  • Reports Trump to withdraw from Paris accord

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    Trump is expected to make an announcement on it this week. World leaders, who had hoped to put out a statement of consensus on the Paris Agreement , expressed their frustration, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel declaring: "We have a situation where six, or if you also include the European Union seven, are against one".
  • Trump expected to leave climate deal _ but with 'caveats'

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    Mr Trump faced considerable pressure to hold to the deal during meetings with European leaders and Pope Francis on his recent trip overseas. "Don't know which way Paris will go, but I've done all I can to advise directly to POTUS, through others in WH & via councils, that we remain", Musk tweeted to his 8.8 million followers on Wednesday, adding that he would "have no choice but to depart councils" if Trump did go through with the exit.
  • UK Labour chief challenges May to debate as race tightens

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    In his opening statement in the BBC's election debate, the Labour leader said there was "nothing remotely strong or stable" about the Tories' record in office. May stands by her decision not to take part by saying she's spending her time meeting voters, rather than "swapping sound bites with six other politicians" (via BBC ).
  • Trump pulling US out of Paris climate deal: Axios

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    While Trump now favors an exit, he has been known to change his thinking on major decisions and tends to seek counsel from a range of inside and outside advisers, many with differing agendas, until the last minute. Cities represent 75 percent of the world's energy consumption, and many local politicians believe cities can become leaders for a more sustainable future.
  • Trump gives foreign leaders his cell number; probes widen

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    What happened, of course, is that on Tuesday Trump tweeted a link to a Fox News report that claims Kushner did not try to set up a back channel after all. Kellyanne Conway , counselor to the president, reiterated during an interview this morning that "the president has expressed full confidence in Jared Kushner ".
  • Michael Flynn To Turn Over Some Subpoenaed Documents To Senate Committee

    Michael Flynn To Turn Over Some Subpoenaed Documents To Senate Committee

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    Earlier, Flynn had refused to cooperate with a broader subpoena that included his personal documents, citing his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. Cohen had told ABC in January that the allegations were "laughably false". Cohen demanded Keilar show him specific polls showing Trump trailing behind his candidate, aggressively opening his interview with Keilar by repeating "Says who?" each time Keilar mentioned Trump's souring numbers.
  • At least 80 killed, hundreds wounded after bomb explodes in Kabul, Afghanistan

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    Kabul Police spokesperson Basir Mujahid told Efe that according to preliminary investigation, the vehicle, a small sewage service truck, was loaded with explosives and detonated in an area with heavy traffic. Basir Mujahid, a spokesman for Kabul police, said it was a auto bomb near the German embassy. The council strongly condemned the attack, saying that "carrying out such attacks in the holy month of Ramadan is completely against humanity".
  • Techie shot dead in Noida; police suspect boyfriends hand

    Techie shot dead in Noida; police suspect boyfriends hand

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    According to reports, police suspect that her boyfriend may be behind her killing. Rathour was working with mobile phone company Lava as a trainee engineer for about a year. Rathour was identified when one of her roommates was leaving for her classes and saw people gathered on the ground floor. She was found dead in the parking lot of her building.