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Samsung recently launched its much anticipated smartphone, the Galaxy S8 at an event in NY. This is especially relevant to the U.S. as the last infamous Note 7 was the last phone the company released in the United States, the Note lineup being Samsung's most advanced phones.
  • Russia's top diplomat bashes USA for Syrian missile attack

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    Putin made a similar point in an interview that aired just as Tillerson was sitting down to a meeting with the Russian foreign minister. Lavrov said the Kremlin was confused about the Trump administration's "real intentions", saying they have heard "very ambiguous" and "contradictory" ideas.
  • Download All 18 Galaxy S8 Wallpapers in High Quality Here

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    Then you have your fingerprint sensor, which because of the new large screen design of the Galaxy S8 has been demoted to the back of the smartphone. "The phones can be unlocked by the face of a sleeping person, or even just by a photo", one source stated. Like the preceding unit, the S8 still has a 12-megapixel rear camera with dual pixel features , but its front camera now has 8 megapixels.
  • You won't be saying hello to Bixby on your new Galaxy S8

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    Bixby was reportedly developed using Samsung's in-house technology, but updates will incorporate Viv's features and tech. While Samsung didn't give the BBC a launch date for English Bixby , the Journal's source stated a late-May date was likely.
  • Why people prefer Samsung Galaxy S7 as compared to iPhone 7?

    Why people prefer Samsung Galaxy S7 as compared to iPhone 7?

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    The jump in operating profits came despite Samsung sales only increasing by an annual 0.44 percent to 50 trillion won. Details about the successor to last year's Galaxy Note 7 are quite scarce, but some reports state that the smartphone will have 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
  • Paulo Dybala Juventus hero shuts down exit reports

    Paulo Dybala Juventus hero shuts down exit reports

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    Barcelona's need for goals will also leave space for Juve's stellar attack - which includes Argentina teammates Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain - to exploit. Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri echoed Dybala's cautious sentiments but was plainly delighted with a performance which was capped with a rare second-half goal from Giorgio Chiellini.
  • Deadly shark washes up after Cyclone Debbie

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    By daybreak the centre of the town of 25,000 people in the Northern Rivers region of the state of New South Wales (NSW) was underwater. A photo of the stranded, muddy shark is now going viral on the Facebook page for the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services , the first responders for Australia's northeastern-most state.
  • Tillerson and Russia's Sergey Lavrov to speak after meeting on Syria

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    They agreed that North Korea has to be de-nuclearized and that the civil war in Syria must be addressed in an "orderly" way. "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this sort of relationship". Putin has spoken of having proof that it was a "false flag" operation meant to rally global opposition to Assad. Nearly 100 days into President Donald Trump's first term in office, the USA has appeared determined to oppose Russian Federation at every corner.
  • Garcia tortured no more after Masters win

    Garcia tortured no more after Masters win

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    Rose then tapped Garcia on the heart, which turned out to be a lot bigger than anyone realized. Charl Schwartzel birdied the 18th for a 68 to finish third at 282, one shot ahead of Matt Kuchar , who had a hole-in-one on the 16th on the way to a 67, and Thomas Pieters , who ran off four birdies on the back nine in closing with a 68.
  • US, N Korea Military Confrontation Looms for April 15

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    The Trump administration deployed an armada of aircraft carriers near North Korean waters this week in an apparent show of force. April has proven to be an active month for North Korea in the past, with a failed rocket launch in 2012. The unexpected telephone call came after Mr Trump tweeted: "North Korea is looking for trouble". Trump also extended his kind words to China's help in pressuring North Korea after a handful of missile tests meant to provoke the global community.