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On Sunday night, the King notched his eighth career Finals triple-double - tying him with Magic Johnson for the most in National Basketball Association history. "You saw early in the first half (of Game 2) when LeBron's able to attack and get downhill with the floor open, that's when we're at our best, if they help, kicking it out for threes".
  • IOS 11 pulls the plug on iPhone 5 and 5C

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    So how will it work? iOS 11 will support indoor mall and airport maps around the world. The message asks the user whether they would like to share the password. The latest iOS 11 comes with a range of new features including redesigned app store and customizable control center. The most significant change is that some older applications (or apps) will no longer be supported and they may stop working entirely.
  • 'I expect loyalty,' Trump told Comey, according to written testimony

    'I expect loyalty,' Trump told Comey, according to written testimony

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    Now he is not. Following that discussion, Trump on several occasions raised the Russian Federation investigation with Comey in ways that unnerved him. Comey made his comments as the packed hearing got under way, bringing Washington and parts of the country to a halt as all eyes were glued on televisions showing the hearing.
  • Apple Revamps The iMac Pro As Its Most Powerful Workhorse Ever

    Apple Revamps The iMac Pro As Its Most Powerful Workhorse Ever

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    Apple promises iOS 11 is better at multitasking and will shine on the two new iPad Pro models. The 27-inch models now offer Turbo Boost (which kicks your computer into overdrive when you're running especially processor-intensive applications) up to 4.5GHz, while the 21.5-inch Retina 4k model goes up to 4.2 GHz.
  • Trump defends tweeting as valuable tool

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    What the creator loves about this bot is that considering that it is simply modifying the format, it is truly neutral. A few minutes later, One America News' Trey Yingst wanted to know if Trump's tweets should be considered official statements, something that has been raised by reporters of late.
  • Magic: The Gathering is becoming an MMO

    Magic: The Gathering is becoming an MMO

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    Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios have announced a new, "AAA RPG" based on Magic: The Gathering now in development for both console and PC. "We instead created an excellent video game that captured the feeling of that world, of Forgotten Realms". This Magic: The Gathering MMORPG is being made with the blessing of Wizards of the Coast , of course, extending the licensing partnership between the parties after Neverwinter .
  • Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Revealed

    Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Revealed

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    The first Dissidia was released for the PlayStation Portable in 2008. Unlike the earlier titles, this reboot is a three-vs-three fighter developed by Dead or Alive studio, Team Ninja . The above is a trailer for the Floating Continent stage from Final Fantasy III. Dissidia: Final Fantasy debuted at No.10 in the United Kingdom weekly charts before becoming the 17th best-selling PSP title of 2009, while Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy debuted at No.24 in the United Kingdom ...
  • Apple updates its iPad, iMac and MacBook ranges

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    Even the much-neglected MacBook Air range gets a modest speed boost with a faster Intel processor - though the company barely gave it a mention. That is when Apple projects to have support in place for the new iMac with its Retina 5K display, the new iMac Pros coming later this year, and other supporting Macs.