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In terms of the Google Pixel 2 specs, the upcoming handset is said to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 chipset. We don't quite know yet when Google intends to launch the Pixel 2 or Pixel XL 2 , but already, reported specifications for the larger of the two are circulating.
  • North Korea At It Again, More Missile Tests!

    North Korea At It Again, More Missile Tests!

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    South Korea's presidency said the latest launch could pose a " direct threat " to its national security . On Wednesday, Mr Moon ordered a delay in the deployment of the controversial Thaad anti-missile defence system, which was installed to combat growing aggression from Pyongyang .
  • Apple iMac Pro computer for professionals

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    Fusion Drives are now standard on all 27-inch configurations and the top-end 21.5-inch iMac . Apple today also updated the 13-inch MacBook Air® with a 1.8 GHz processor . Apple replaced the 1.6GHz clocked Core i5-5250U with 1.8GHz clocked Core i5-5350U but still left the Air with 13-inch 1440x900 TN-panel screen, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of PCIe SSD storage.
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers Lost Game 3 At The 3-Point Line

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    They're one win from sweeping the Cavaliers and capturing their second National Basketball Association championship in three years. He scored seven consecutive points in the last 1:15 Wednesday night, including the go-ahead three-pointer over a late-to-close-out James with 45 seconds left.
  • Things We Learned in Game 3

    Things We Learned in Game 3

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    One day after Cleveland plunged into a 3-0 hole following a demoralizing 118-113 loss in Game 3, James said he didn't have a problem with Durant tilting the balance of power by joining forces with a star-studded that already had Stephen Curry , Klay Thompson and Draymond Green .
  • This Is Apple's Insanely Powerful New iMac Pro

    This Is Apple's Insanely Powerful New iMac Pro

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    Essentially, Apple reintroduced the $1,299 entry point for the previous 13-inch MacBook with retina display. One of the more interesting narratives to surround Apple in recent years holds that the company has either forgotten or simply doesn't care about pro users anymore.
  • Global EV Sales Pass The Two Million Threshold In 2016

    Global EV Sales Pass The Two Million Threshold In 2016

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    The number of electric cars in the world accelerated past the two million barrier previous year, as prices fell and manufacturers launched new models. Likewise 6.4 percent of the Netherlands and 3.4 percent of Sweden have electric cars. However, IEA projects that there's a good chance that the number of electric cars on the roads will grow to between 9 million and 20 million by 2020, and potentially 40 million and 70 million by 2025.
  • Will Apple's HomePod Be a Home Run?

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    The HomePod is designed specifically with Apple Music in mind, so it can offer you suggestions based on your music tastes to help you discover new artists. The company "can't afford to yield valuable real-estate in the heart of people's homes to Amazon , Google and others", said Geoff Blaber, research analyst at CCS Insight.
  • Apple speaker 'an echo of its competitors'

    Apple speaker 'an echo of its competitors'

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    In fact, during the announcement, the whole " smart " part of the " smart speaker" didn't warrant mention until near the end. Outside companies' digital music services - presumably including Spotify and Pandora - don't appear to be accessible directly through the Apple speaker.
  • Distrust of Trump marks Comey's testimony about his firing

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    Comey said Trump asked him to back off his agency's investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn by saying , "I hope you can let this go ". "I can not discuss this with you?'" Feinstein asked. Trump could face even more problems over the coming months if the stream of details leaking out about the Russian Federation investigation continues to grab the spotlight at a time when the White House wants to focus on priorities such as rolling back the Obamacare ...
  • Apple updates computers for pros

    Apple updates computers for pros

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    As before, the 13-inch models use dual-core CPUs and integrated GPUs across the lineup, while the 15-inch versions include quad-core CPUs and dedicated AMD GPUs that can be used to push multiple 5K displays at once. The Cupertino-based giant announced that the new iMac will sport the "best Mac display ever" which is 43 percent brighter at 500 nits and with support for one billion colours.
  • President Trump's Lawyer: Comey's Now Admitted He's "One of These Leakers"

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    Fox News' Chris Wallace didn't mince any words for his audience on Thursday: Former FBI Director James Comey's testimony was very bad news for President Donald Trump. Trump later contradicted his own staff and acknowledged on May 11 he fired Comey because of the Russian Federation probe. The lack of concern about the nature of the underlying Russian meddling confirms what many knew already - this is a deeply narcissistic man who can not help but put himself first.