• Bucks vs. Raptors: NBA Playoffs Odds and Prediction

    Bucks vs. Raptors: NBA Playoffs Odds and Prediction

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    The Raptors were the best fourth-quarter team in the National Basketball Association this season, outscoring their opponents by 13.2 net points per 100 possessions, with their five-man unit of Lowry, DeRozan, Valanciunas, DeMarre Carroll and Patrick Patterson producing a net rating of plus-26.6 in the final 12 minutes of regulation.
  • U.S. now wants regime change in Syria, says United Nations envoy

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    White House press secretary Sean Spicer said President Trump's decision to launch a missile strike on a Syrian air base was spurred by his view that the U.S. "This was something that needed to tell Assad, 'Enough is enough .' And this is something to let Russian Federation know, 'You know what?" Haley said "getting Assad out is not the only priority" and that countering Iran's influence in Syria was another.
  • Cassini finds ingredient for life at Saturn's moon Enceladus

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    Cassini has no instruments that can detect life, so it will be up to future robotic visitors to seek out possible life on Enceladus, the scientists said. INMS was created to sample the upper atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan. Cassini detected some of the chemical elements needed for life in plumes of gas and particles erupting from the moon's surface.
  • Facebook targets 30000 fake France accounts before election

    Facebook targets 30000 fake France accounts before election

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    In addition to its ongoing attack against fake or misleading news stories, Facebook is now also cracking down on fake user accounts as well. "We've found that a lot of false news is financially motivated, and as part of our work to promote an informed society, we have focused on making it very hard for dishonest people to exploit our platform from false news sites using Facebook", said Shabnam Shaik, Technical Programme Manager, Facebook.
  • Andromeda Will Patch Gay Romances, Trans Character Coming Out Scene

    Andromeda Will Patch Gay Romances, Trans Character Coming Out Scene

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    Also with this new patch file, the gamer will be able to skip the interminable cutscenes which are found while switching between planets. The issues that were reported for " Mass Effect: Andromeda " include characters getting stuck in animations, graphics issues that popped up on AMD GPUs when the HDR mode was enabled and some characters not responding to commands.
  • Star Wars creator George Lucas pays touching tribute to Carrie Fisher

    Star Wars creator George Lucas pays touching tribute to Carrie Fisher

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    This week in Orlando , the Star Wars Celebration is taking place, celebrating 40 year anniversary of the first movie's release in 1977. Not only that, but both Liam Neeson and Samuel L. Fisher died late past year after suffering a cardiac arrest. Lucas and Kennedy saved their words about Fisher for the end. She was very strong, very smart, very amusing, very bold, very tough, and there really wasn't much of a question.
  • Samsung to start testing Galaxy X prototype with dual screen

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    According to the reports, the Samsung will work on the Bixby until the two Samsung Galaxy S8 phones arrive in stores later this month, and even long after. The Samsung refuse to spoke the reason why the voice assistant feature was being delayed. Samsung added: "When an application becomes Bixby-enabled, Bixby will be able to support nearly every task that the application is capable of performing using the conventional interface (i.e.
  • Saturn moon has necessary conditions to harbor life

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    Enceladus is a seventh the size of the Earth's moon but appears to have an ocean of liquid water under its frozen surface. In what NASA calls Cassini's " Grand Finale ", the spacecraft will fly past the moon Titan on April 24, using the moon's gravity to bend the probe's trajectory enough to set up repeated, somewhat risky, passes between Saturn's cloud tops and the inner edge of its ring system.