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Despite the fact that Gates and Manafort knew that this business associate had ties to the Kremlin, they still chose to form a working relationship with the associate during October of 2016, mere weeks before the election. Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agents assisting the Special Counsel's Office assess that Person A has ties to Russian intelligence service and had such ties in 2016.
  • HTC Vive Focus VR Headset Will Soon See International Release

    HTC Vive Focus VR Headset Will Soon See International Release

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    Rather than connecting to a PC or running off a smartphone to drive VR experiences , it's a self-contained solution powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor built into the headset. HTC hasn't confirmed precisely when the Vive Focus is going to be released in markets outside China and how much it's going to cost. The mobile VR industry, he explained, which now only supports three degrees of freedom, has the largest installed base, while the tethered personal computer/console market ...
  • Stephen Hawking's final paper could be worthy of Nobel Prize

    Stephen Hawking's final paper could be worthy of Nobel Prize

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    He has often been nominated for the Nobel and should have won it. "This raises doubt about the widespread idea that eternal inflation produces a highly irregular universe with a mosaic structure of bubble-like patches separated by inflationary domains", write Hawking and co-author Thomas Hertog , of the University of Leuven.
  • Apple Is Test Building Its Own MicroLED Displays In A Secret Facility

    Apple Is Test Building Its Own MicroLED Displays In A Secret Facility

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    Also, the MicroLED screens will make the upcoming gadgets slimmer, less power hungry delivering better performance. Apple's focus on MicroLED is due to the benefits offered, notably they create thinner, brighter, and less power-hungry displays without the downsides of OLED (limited life span, brightness).
  • Claire's Becomes Latest Retailer to Go Bankrupt

    Claire's Becomes Latest Retailer to Go Bankrupt

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    For retailers clamoring to stay afloat, the list of challenges as well as the proposed resolutions have become all too familiar. Claire's is the latest in a string of recent USA retail bankruptcies, which have felled children's clothing chain Gymboree Corp., the Sports Authority Inc.
  • Fortnite Mobile Friend Invites Now Available

    Fortnite Mobile Friend Invites Now Available

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    Fortnite is racing to mobile as it battles to establish supremacy on the platform following its takeover of battle royale genre on console . Though the game does earn revenue through in-game purchases. In order to download and play Fortnite: Battle Royale , you'll need an iPhone SE/iPhone 6s or newer, or one of an iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, or any iPad from as late as 2017.
  • Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in retaliatory move

    Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in retaliatory move

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    Russian Federation ordered the expulsion of 23 British diplomats in retaliation for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's ouster of 23 Kremlin envoys over the nerve-agent poisoning near London of a former spy and his daughter. Also on Thursday, the United Kingdom released a joint statement along with the U.S., France and Germany, calling on Russian Federation to answer for the use of a poison developed in its Novichok chemical weapons program.
  • Facebook suspends Trump election campaign's political data firm

    Facebook suspends Trump election campaign's political data firm

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    The company says it uses a method called "psychographic" profiling to understand behavior, and the company's CEO has boasted that it "profiled the personality of every adult in the United States of America - 220 million people". The app, created by a University of Cambridge psychology professor, said private data accessed to develop the profile would be used by psychologists doing research.
  • Wynn Resorts: Board shakeup as legal woes drag on

    Wynn Resorts: Board shakeup as legal woes drag on

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    During the same period last year, the firm posted $0.50 earnings per share. research analysts anticipate that Wynn Resorts, Limited will post 7.62 EPS for the current year. Therefore 52% are positive. Irani, 83, is the former executive chairman and CEO of Occidental Petroleum Corporation, an worldwide oil and gas exploration and production company, according to Wynn Resorts .
  • Malcolm Butler opens up about being benched in Super Bowl LII

    Malcolm Butler opens up about being benched in Super Bowl LII

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    With the addition of Lewis, the Titans get a running back coming off a career year with New England. I always looked up to him and I always looked up to anyone who made it to the National Football League from Mississippi. And I like good weather - I am from Vicksburg, Mississippi, and I love the South. Butler will have a lot of familiarity within the team, and will be capable of leading a secondary that was 25th in pass defense a year ago.
  • Spotify Confirms April Date to Begin Public Trading

    Spotify Confirms April Date to Begin Public Trading

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    Advertising makes up only about 10 percent of Spotify's current revenue, and McCarthy said he would be "thrilled" if Spotify could pull in 20 percent of its revenue from ads, although he expressed some doubt about whether the company could hit that mark.