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Asked about Mr Trump's comment about Mr Xi trying hard to pressure the North, Mr Lu said the two leaders had a full and deep discussion about North Korea when they met earlier this month. The statement came as footage emerged of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un smiling and waving as cheering crowds watched a simulation of a US city being wiped out by a nuclear attack.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ prototype unit features dual-camera lens setup

    Samsung Galaxy S8+ prototype unit features dual-camera lens setup

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    Well , if you're in the U.S., the device will be available form 21 April onwards. "As more super widescreen Android devices, like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6, become available, you'll have more opportunities to display more content and create more engaging experiences with your app".
  • Hydrogen in Saturn moon's ice plumes may support microbial life

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    It turns out that Enceladus has every single of those ingredients necessary for the creation and maintenance and evolution of life. A tiny, ice-encrusted ocean world orbiting Saturn is now a hotter-than-ever candidate for potential life. Another plume was also found on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons that's covered in ice and has twice as much ocean as Earth underneath that surface. "After Hubble imaged this new plume-like feature on Europa, we looked at that location on the Galileo thermal ...
  • Some Galaxy S8 owners in South Korea are encountering red-tinted screens

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    At first, Samsung said that it can be compatible with other digital voice assistants like Google Assistant or Amazon's Alexa. Reports reveal that several customers in the country who were given the chance to own the latest Samsung flagship smartphone after signing up for pre-order claim on social media that some of the Samsung Galaxy S8 devices come with a odd, red tint on the screens.
  • Elizabeth Thomas Headed Home to TN

    Elizabeth Thomas Headed Home to TN

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    A student reportedly witnessed him kiss Thomas while at school in late January. Barry said he paid to fuel up their auto, gave them an extra $40 in cash and set them up in a nearby cabin on the remote property in Cecilville, a rural area near the OR border with little to no cellphone service.
  • Climate Change Reroutes Canada's Yukon River

    Climate Change Reroutes Canada's Yukon River

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    The Slim River's piracy was the first ever case in modern times. "It was a faded version of its former self", said lead study author Daniel Shugar of the University of Washington , Tacoma of the Slims River , which lost much of its flow due to the glacial change.
  • Trump poised to roll back a sweeping crackdown on corporate tax avoidance

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    These could include an Obama rule to clamp down on so-called "inversions", which allow multinational corporations to get favorable tax treatment by merging with companies in lower-taxed countries. The second involves a 180-day review of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, which has the authority to set aside certain financial regulations written by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  • Microsoft touts Microsoft-customized edition of Samsung Galaxy S8

    Microsoft touts Microsoft-customized edition of Samsung Galaxy S8

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    When the Microsoft Edition handsets are first connected to WiFi, all of the custom software is downloaded and installed. You'll get Office, OneDrive, Cortana and Outlook and only then will you be given your handset. The device comes in two models with different screen sizes - the 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 and 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus. The handset packs some fantastic new features like Infinity Display, which in addition to being nearly bezel-less, also brings some new apps to be used on the ...
  • Standalone Nintendo Switch Dock Will Be Available 19th May

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    Nintendo has recently offered concrete numbers about how strong their sales were for the latest "Legend of Zelda " game and the Nintendo Switch . And now that the interest on the new Legend of Zelda game is starting to wane down, Nintendo will need more titles on the Switch.
  • Pakistan SC clears Maryam Nawaz in Panama Papers case

    Pakistan SC clears Maryam Nawaz in Panama Papers case

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    Police barred people from entering the court precincts as a five-member bench prepared to hand down the highly anticipated ruling at 2 p.m. (0900 GMT) after almost two months of deliberation and arguments. Sharif is seen as pro-business. One of Pakistan's richest men, the prime minister told parliament past year that his family wealth was acquired legally in the decades before he entered politics.
  • Tough Galaxy S8 Active Reportedly in the Works

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    The Verge said that with the various specification changes between S7 and S8, it is hard to deduce what the rugged version of Samsung Galaxy S8 would look like once it's shipped for customer delivery. Update: Samsung seems to have deleted this tweet, but the screenshot of the same is shown above. Though, the U.S. variants of the Galaxy S8 and the S8+ come with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor.