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Facebook's AR Studio platform provides tools for 3D artists and developers to create unique augmented experiences that blend in with the real world. Facebook promises that their new AR platform will be " open ", with Zuckerberg adding that the closed beta is available today, but " It's going to take a while for this develop ".
  • Trump signs immigration labor order during Wisconsin visit

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    President Trump announces his executive order at the Snap-On Tools factory Tuesday in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The "Hire American" portion of the order deals with a lot of the labor issues the president discussed on the campaign trail, like H1B1 visas and illegal immigration.
  • Jewish Democrat in runoff for Georgia House seat

    Jewish Democrat in runoff for Georgia House seat

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    But Ossoff fell shy of the majority required to claim Georgia's 6th Congressional District outright, opening the door to Handel, who finished a distant second but ahead of a gaggle of Republican contenders. He lagged well behind Romney's 24 percentage point victory there. Very close. For much of Tuesday night, Ossoff looked as though he might break 50%. Costello and Meehan have already each drawn several potential challengers hoping to unseat them .
  • Abe, Pence united on North Korea stance

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    Pence travelled to the demilitarized zone separating the North and South and warned Pyongyang that after years of testing the US and South Korea with nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patients is over". Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence shake hands prior to a luncheon hosted by Abe at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo , April 18, 2017.
  • Democrat Jon Ossoff almost pulls off upset in Georgia special election

    Democrat Jon Ossoff almost pulls off upset in Georgia special election

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    He still engenders an intense loyalty among his core supporters but alienates many independents and even Republicans, leaving him unable to command a majority of the electorate. "Bring it on!" he said. She did not mention the president during a short speech on Tuesday night, local media reported. Ossoff has tried to walk a line between liberals looking for a chance to oppose Trump and Republicans who couldn't support him in November.
  • Newfound planet is the best place in search for alien life

    Newfound planet is the best place in search for alien life

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    Indeed, we won't know much more about any of these planets' habitability until we can observe their atmospheres, which will require more powerful telescopes than today's state-of-the-art. This process could have replenished the planet with water, making it suitable for life as we know it. This could let us look for an atmosphere and signs of life there in other, more direct ways.
  • Facebook to push augmented reality

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    This will open the ability for thousands of developers around the world to create their own overlay filters. As reported by The Verge , in one demonstration on stage, "giant puffy words reading "It's feeding time" rose out of a breakfast table, where a series of sharks swam around a cereal bowl".
  • United Airlines Changes Crew Booking Policy After Fiasco

    United Airlines Changes Crew Booking Policy After Fiasco

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    An attorney for Dr. David Dao, the passenger forcibly removed from a United flight, said at a press conference that there will "probably" be a lawsuit. It also said United pilots are "infuriated" by what happened and blamed the incident on the "grossly inappropriate" actions of the security officers.
  • Atlas V Launch: Rocket Will Deliver Cargo to Space Station

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    Today's launch of a robotic Cygnus cargo craft to the International Space Station was totally successful. The scientific experiment "Saffire-III" is to be carried out. A computer in a blast-proof box will stitch together the images for a full, in-the-round view. "A attractive launch", said Vern Thorp, a United Launch Alliance manager.
  • Irina Shayk Poses in a Bikini Weeks After Giving Birth

    Irina Shayk Poses in a Bikini Weeks After Giving Birth

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    Just a few weeks after her birth, the Russian top Irina Shayk displays her body on social networks. The model posed seductively, draped across a lip-shaped pool floatie. "My parents got married over 20 years ago and they're true role models". 'Bradley and Irina love each other so much and this is not gonna be the only kid , ' the source predicted about their relationship.