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What do you think of this iPhone 8 dummy? Previous reports show that integrating Touch ID underneath the display of the iPhone 8 proved to be to challenging for Apple and with time ticking before the device needs to enter mass production, it looks as if the problem has been solved by eliminating Touch ID from the front of the handset all together.
  • Knight Riders dismiss Challengers for 49 in lowest IPL total

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    KKR: Shakib AL Hasan 3-0-31-0; Sunil Narine 4-0-42-0; Nathan Coulter-Nile 3.2-0-41-2. KKR has Gautam Gambhir, Robin Utthappa and youngster Manish Pandey in their side who can get a tough challenge from Gujarat's line-up featuring Dwayne Smith, Brendon McCullum, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik and Aaron Finch.
  • Sanchez staying at Arsenal - Wenger

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    It meant City were allowed to dominate possession, but Arsenal's defence - which has looked so fragile in recent months - held firm until Sergio Aguero was able to outpace Nacho Monreal and chip past Petr Cech for the opening goal . Pep Guardiola's first season in English soccer with Manchester City will end without a trophy. Both teams went close before the 90 minutes elapsed: Toure's hooked volley hit the post via a fingertip save from Cech, while substitute Danny Welbeck cut in and ...
  • Astronaut Peggy Whitson Will Set Record for Most Days in Space

    Astronaut Peggy Whitson Will Set Record for Most Days in Space

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    They reached orbit about nine minutes later, a moment illustrated when a stuffed white dog toy hanging from a string in the capsule began to float. The Soyuz MS-04 orbited Earth four times before it docked at the space station, according to a statement issued by NASA .
  • Why Apple Analysts Are Not Worried About the Samsung Galaxy S8

    Why Apple Analysts Are Not Worried About the Samsung Galaxy S8

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    With Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus behind us, the rumor mill has shifted its focus to the next flagship device. The S8 represents Samsung's biggest prospect for a turnaround after the Note 7 debacle previous year. Samsung recalled the phones and shipped replacements, but the newer batteries had welding defects and a lack of protective tape in some battery cells.
  • Human rights advocate found stabbed to death in the Maldives

    Human rights advocate found stabbed to death in the Maldives

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    A prominent Maldivian blogger, who was critical of Islamist extremism and government corruption, was stabbed to death on Sunday, police said, and the main opposition party demanded an global probe into the killing. The opposition Maldivian Democratic Party called for an investigation with foreign assistance into Rasheed's death, saying that the country's police do not have the capacity or impartiality to conduct such an investigation.
  • The history of Earth Day

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    In 1970 the goal was to raise public awareness and concern for living organisms, the environment and the link between pollution and public health. And in Minnesota, there are indications at the Capitol that environmental protections are also up for grabs this year, whether it involves regulation and environmental review of large feedlots or the implementation of buffer zones for waterways.
  • Nurkic to start for Portland in Game 3 against the Warriors

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    They kept the lead through the first half of the third quarter. And, due to illness, Steve Kerr was not on the sidelines. Game 4 is Monday night in Atlanta. In the first of two stints with Cleveland, Brown led the Cavs to their first-ever NBA Finals appearance in 2007. Portland scored only 46 points with 5-of-19 for three and reducing their shooting percentage to 43% for the game.
  • Scientists Take To Washington To Stress An Apolitical Agenda

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    At the main March for Science , demonstrators gathered at Washington's National Mall to hear speakers laud science as the force moving humanity forward, and rail against policymakers they say are ignoring fact and research in areas including climate change .
  • Paul George is fed up with the Indiana Pacers

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    But he had another poor shooting second half on Sunday, making only 5-of-17 from the floor in the final two quarters. "At the end of the clip, you can see Turner whip around towards George as if to ask 'Which of us should have gotten in front of him?".
  • Trump on Earth Day: 'Rigorous science is critical to my administration'

    Trump on Earth Day: 'Rigorous science is critical to my administration'

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    Thousands of scientists and their supporters, feeling increasingly threatened by the policies of President Donald Trump, gathered in Washington on Saturday for what they called the March for Science, abandoning a tradition of keeping the sciences out of politics and calling on the public to stand up for the scientific enterprise.