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Moon focuses on economy, business on 2nd day of trip to India

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The company started producing refrigerators at the plant in 2003 while mobile phone production started in 2007. The 35 acre-mobile factory located on the outskirts of New Delhi is said to be the world's largest. last year to become the world's second-largest smartphone market after China. Samsung has played a key role in generating employment in India with over 70,000 people. Read More »

Samsung’s most innovative phone ever might launch before the Galaxy S10

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German site AllAboutSamsung reports that the company is expected to launch a triple camera setup on the most premium Samsung Galaxy S10 (Beyond 2). That report said that the South Korean giant has a different star in mind for its MWC announcement, the foldable Galaxy X . The Galaxy X will likely not cannibalize sales for the Galaxy S10, as the foldable smartphone is expected to be a niche device with a price tag that may go as high as around $1,800, almost double the price of ... Read More »

Apple Rumoured To Make iPhones Colourful Again

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That's right. An orange iPhone could be on the way. The current iPhone X , at 5.8 inches, will receive an improvement in specs, while a new 6.5-inch OLED iPhone X Plus will retail for around $1000. Apple is also turning its back on 3D Touch, a stainless steel frame, and a dual-camera system in that version, according to the report. Some iPod models were available in as many as nine different colors. Read More »

Google reportedly allows outside app developers to read people's Gmails

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Mikael Berner, the CEO of Edison Software , a Gmail developer that offers a mobile app for organising email, told The Journal that its employees had read emails from hundreds of Gmail users as part of an effort to build a new feature. The outside app companies receive access to messages from Gmail users who signed up for things like price-comparison services or automated travel-itinerary planners, according to The Journal . Read More »

Samsung Phones Reportedly Go Rogue and Send Pictures to Random Contacts

Samsung users have reported about the problem on the company's official forums , on Reddit , etc. They only discovered when the recipient of these photos answered back inquiring about the mysterious messages. The comments triggered hysteria on Reddit , with others concerned their own photos could be sent to a contact in their phones at random. One Samsung user also reports that T-Mobile's logs showed the message sent from his phone. Read More »

Samsung has finally agreed to pay up for copying the iPhone

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Those design elements were protected, prompting the jury to award Apple all the profits from sales of smartphones containing those features, Samsung lawyers said in their filing. But the last major event in the case came in May when the court ordered Samsung to pay Apple $ 539 million in damages. It was ordered to pay the United States tech giant more than $1 billion for infringing on three of Apple's design patents related to mobile devices - the quick links to phone numbers, the ... Read More »

Bentley breaks SUV hillclimb record with Kiwi at the helm

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Ducati and Carlin Dunne have done it again, and have won the 2018 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb to reclaim their crown as the fastest to make it up America's Mountain on two wheels. The Pikes Peak ditches the regular Bentayga's brightwork in favour of black trim. The dash features carbon fibre inserts, which are completed with a Pikes Peak logo. Read More »

Apple to release new AirPods, HomePod, over-ear headphones in 2019?

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As for this year, the company will reportedly be updating the earphones with a new chip and support for hands-free Siri activation. On top of those features, the upcoming AirPods will also likely come with biometric sensors as part of Apple's broader effort to grow its health-related hardware products. Read More »

Supreme Court's Wayfair tax decision sidelines Quill

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Jay Kaufman, D-Lexington, chairman of the Committee on Revenue. The decision reverses a 1992 Supreme Court ruling in Quill vs. This ruling is likely to lead other states to start requiring sales tax from online retailers, which in turn will be required from the consumer at checkout. Read More »

Google Launches Podcast Listening App on Android

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This means you can continue playing a podcast you had on your phone on your Google Home when you get home, or vice-versa when you leave. Text, images, and stickers will be supported in the web version of the service. Google announced past year it is working with the mobile industry to bring SMS into the modern day, through a universal standard called RCS ( Rich Communications Services ). Read More »

States can now force you to pay online sales tax

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The case is South Dakota v. Wayfair , 17-494. "Prior to today, Quill required that, to force out-of-state retailers to collect tax on sales to residents of the state, the out-of-state retailer had to have a physical presence in the state", said Jon Barooshian, a partner at law firm Bowditch. Read More »

Microsoft looks past next-gen Xbox to cloud games

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Perhaps one of the biggest moments for Microsoft console owners was the confirmation that 343 Industries is developing a brand new Halo game. Well, according to Thurott , this new console is now codenamed "Scarlet". Microsoft is also adding five new game studios, one it is creating in Southern California and another four it is buying, Xbox team chief Phil Spencer said. Read More »

Fortnite Switch has cross-play with PC

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If you try and login to Fortnite on Switch , you'll receive an error message and there is no way to log out and try another account. It's important to note that the Switch version of Fortnite only features the free Battle Royale mode and not the PvE-centric Save the World campaign. Read More »

Apple Bans Cryptocurrency Mining On All Devices

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In a separate clause on designing power efficient apps, the company said that "apps should not rapidly drain battery, generate excessive heat, or put unnecessary strain on device resources", adding that they "may not run unrelated background processes, such as cryptocurrency mining ". Read More »

Super Mario Party has been announced for Nintendo Switch

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The storied Fire Emblem series will be making its Switch debut with Fire Emblem: Three Houses , delivering more tactical, turn-based RPG battles and plenty of character-developing dialogue. 1705: Reggie Fils-Aime has appeared on stream to share more news on Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee . Ultimate . Nearly twenty minutes of the presentation were dedicated to revealing the impressive roster and detailing the changes and additions to each fighter. Read More »

Fallout 76 confirmed as an online game, out later this year

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Here's a quick roundup of everything they came out with during the presentation. Bethesda's Matt Firor promised two new pieces of downloadable content (DLC) for The Elder Scrolls Online: Wolfhunter, a dungeon-based DLC, and another story-based DLC that takes players to the Black Marsh for more Argonian lore. Read More »

Apple announces that it's bringing iOS apps to the Mac

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This mode, once activated, turns the task bar, dock, folders and more aspects of the desktop to a dark grey colour. This is one of the biggest updates for Mac in a long time but there seems to be little in store for developers. Apple used its WWDC 2018 keynote to announce some of the fantastic new features and functions coming to its operating systems across multiple platforms. Read More »

Facebook Scandal Not Isolated Case, U.K. Privacy Chief Warns

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Facebook shared the data of users and their friends with scores of mobile phone manufacturers without explicit consent, it has emerged. " Facebook's view that the device makers are not outsiders lets the partners go even further, The Times found: They can obtain data about a user's Facebook friends, even those who have denied Facebook permission to share information with any third parties". Read More »

New Research Shows Facebook Losing Popularity Among American Teens

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By comparison, during Pew's 2014-2015 survey , only 24% of teens said there were online nearly constantly. Lower-income teens were more likely to use Facebook than those from wealthier households, with about 70 percent of those living in a household making less than $30,000 a year reporting using Facebook . Read More »

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Leaked, Takes Place in Ancient Greece

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At the moment, no more information has been provided about the game, but it's very likely that we'll hear a lot more in a few days, as the Electronic Entertainment Expo kicks off in Los Angeles. Insiders claim that the new game will be out in less than a year and will have new gameplay elements. That would mean it'd need to release before the end of March 2019, suggesting Ubisoft are returning the series to an yearly release schedule. Read More »

Fallout 76 Announced by Bethesda Softworks

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The idea of a Rust style game suggests a survival game built around the first Vault dwellers to emerge, fighting for resources to built a new world. And then, of course, there are jokes that it will be a 76-player battle royale game because it's 2018 and why not? To put it simply, we want to see exactly the type of game Fallout 76 will be. Read More »

New Mega Man 11 Trailer and Launch Details Revealed

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Capcom confirmed today that in celebration of the Mega Man series' 30th anniversary the iconic hero will return in brand new release Mega Man 11 . Careful, though - you can't turn this technique off once it's active, and Mega Man will be severely weakened afterwards. It's available to pre-order on Amazon now with a 20% Prime discount. Read More »

Apple Officially Releases iOS 11.4 with AirPlay 2, Messages in iCloud

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Apple's update will arrive amid rumours the company plans to unveil a second, smaller HomePod at its annual developers conference, WWDC , in San Jose next week. The difference now is that Apple has finally unlocked a couple of capabilities the smart speaker was sorely lacking: stereo pairing and multi-room audio. Read More »

US Firms Make Changes to Comply to EU Privacy Law

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The websites of many other US news organizations, including The New York Times , USA Today and The Washington Post , were accessible from Europe. Companies mainly in the mid-size category are fast gearing to comply with the GDPR law and e-Privacy issues. "In the past 18 months, we have taken steps to update our products, policies and processes to provide consumers with clear data on transparency and control over all services we provide within the EU", added he. Read More »

Kushner receives permanent security clearance

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Investigators also asked Kushner about his role in Comey's dismissal, Lowell said , which is a central part of the obstruction inquiry. He had previously sat for an interview last November that was largely focused on former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who soon after pleaded guilty to charges of making false statements to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Read More »

Science can explain why some people hear Laurel and others hear

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Teigen tried to win Kaling back with this comment: "They're saying younger, more attractive people hear yanny! ". Now it's Yanny or Laurel . "I do not hear the 'r, '" one person tweeted . And then there are some people who claim to hear differently depending on the device we're using. But that doesn't necessarily explain why someone would hear the lower or higher frequencies. Read More »

OnePlus 6 camera samples surfaces on the wild

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After the price, design and spec leaks, OnePlus 6 accessories have now surfaced online. The OnePlus 6 launch has been one of the most anticipated smartphone releases of the first half of 2018 and here's everything we know about the upcoming smartphone so far. Read More »

Facebook's AI makes little headway in the fight against hate speech

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Facebook said it removed 2.5 million pieces of content deemed unacceptable hate speech during the first three months of this year, up from 1.6 million during the previous quarter. Facebook said that Zuckerberg "has no plans to travel to the United Kingdom", said Damian Collins, the leader of the UK's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, in a statement Tuesday. Read More »