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  • Google will no longer read your emails to place ads on Gmail

    Google will no longer read your emails to place ads on Gmail

    Of course, with the enterprise version of Gmail, Google can't be scanning mails to create targeted ads, else companies won't come on board. Rather, Gmail ads will likely be determined by a user's search habits or other information that the company has from people using Google or Google-related products and services.

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  • Key Indian equity indices trade flat during early session

    Key Indian equity indices trade flat during early session

    The markets will remain closed on Monday (26 June) on account of "Id- ul-Fitr" (Ramzan Eid). The Sensex touched a high of 31,365.39 and a low of 31,110.39 points during intra-day trade. The oil & gas, FMCG and PSU sub-indices were the biggest losers. "Asian markets are trading mixed". Fortis Healthcare shares slumped almost 13 percent after Malaysian hospital chain IHH Healthcare Berhad said it was nowhere close to concluding a deal to buy a majority controlling stake in the company.

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  • Apple Showcases New iMac Pro Workstation at WWDC

    Apple Showcases New iMac Pro Workstation at WWDC

    What this feature does is that it automatically deleted unused applications to free up space. On the software front, Apple announced the details of two operating system updates - iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra , as well as changes to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4.

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  • Korea's first nuclear power reactor turned off for good

    Korea's first nuclear power reactor turned off for good

    The new President of South Korea , Moon Jae-in has committed his country to phasing out all coal and nuclear power stations suggesting a major change in energy policy for the Asian state. The former president Lee Myung-bak saw nuclear as an important source of clean energy, while Park wanted to increase the number of reactors to 36 by 2029.

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  • Paul Ryan gave a pitch-perfect speech on the baseball shooting

    Paul Ryan gave a pitch-perfect speech on the baseball shooting

    For them to be so sanctimonious is something that I really am nearly sad for myself". Grothman said even after Wednesday's shooting, it should stay that way. Trump praised the "heroic actions" of the Capital Police at the scene. And so it was, the morning after a gunman opened fire on members of the congressional Republican baseball team as they practiced on an Alexandria, Va., field on Wednesday.

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  • Minecraft Cross-Platform Play Not Coming to PS4 Because Sony 'Refused'

    These cross-platform capabilities are happening because the Switch and Xbox One versions of Minecraft are being converted to Bedrock Engine which is a software foundation that powers Windows 10 , VR and Pocket Editions. It looks like for the second time ever, players will be able to use different consoles to t+play the same game, together and at the same time. Updates to the Java version of Minecraft will now also be found on Bedrock.

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  • Storm Calvin hits land on Mexico's Pacific coast, weakens

    Storm Calvin hits land on Mexico's Pacific coast, weakens

    The storm, now back to tropical depression status, was centered about 45 miles (70 kilometers) north-northeast of Puerto Angel and it was moving west-northwest at 6 mph (9 kph), according to the U.S. Saturday evening through Monday evening, 12.72 inches (323.0 mm) of rain fell in Salina Cruz. "The primary concern with this feature is going to be the potential for excessive rainfall over the southern part of the Mexican state of Oaxaca, as well as southeastern Guerrero and southwestern ...

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  • WatchOS 4: the big changes coming to your Apple Watch

    WatchOS 4 is in developer preview now. In addition to the various products and software, Apple has launched new bracelets for its Apple Watch Series 2 and Nike + including a special Gay Pride color. Apple is also teaming with a number of fitness equipment providers like TurboGym, which makes it possible to directly sync workout data back to the Apple Watch .

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  • Emotional Murray in French Open q-finals with 650th win

    Emotional Murray in French Open q-finals with 650th win

    ANDY MURRAY went Russian into the French Open quarter finals with an impressive quickfire victory. The Japanese man beat Fernando Verdasco , 0-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-0. Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka celebrates winning his fourth round match of the French Open tennis tournament against France's Gael Monfils in three sets 7-5, 7-6 (9-7), 6-2, at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris , France.

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  • Password manager OneLogin hacked, exposing sensitive customer data

    Password manager OneLogin hacked, exposing sensitive customer data

    OneLogin later updated its post about the latest security incident, saying the facts are subject to change as the incident is investigated, but revealed the method of attack. That long list might perhaps be why OneLogin's been a bit brief in public: it's a lot of stuff to get done and could set tongues-a-wagging if the extent of the risk became widely known.

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  • The PS3 Console Has Ended Production Over In Japan

    The PS3 Console Has Ended Production Over In Japan

    Wherein, several gaming enthusiasts have managed to take a screenshot of the Turkish PlayStation Twitter post. This news came out just after the official announcement of Life is unusual 2 by the Dontnod Entertainment. It includes Telltale Games' episodic game "Tales from the Borderlands", Housemarque's "Alienation" for the European market and 505 Games's "Abzu" for the North American market for PlayStation 4 subscribers.

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  • Chelsea interested in making star winger their first signing

    Chelsea interested in making star winger their first signing

    United are set to battle it out with Chelsea for the Croatian wide player's signature this summer, although Ausilio admitted he is determined to keep him at the San Siro. "Contacts will restart tomorrow as we know what we have to do". The Colombian had been linked with a move to United in recent weeks, but it appears Jose Mourinho would prefer Perisic.

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  • Take-Two full-year forecast 'better than feared', shares hit record

    Take-Two full-year forecast 'better than feared', shares hit record

    Elsewhere, it was announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed to Spring 2018. Grand Theft Auto Online is a multiplayer sandbox that developer Rockstar consistently releases new content for on a regular basis. "This outlaw epic set across the vast and unforgiving American heartland will be the first Rockstar game created from the ground up for the latest generation of console hardware, and some extra time is necessary to ensure that we can deliver the best experience possible for ...

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  • US president meets Pope Francis at Vatican

    Following the meeting, which was behind closed doors, the pontiff gifted Trump a medal by a Roman artist depicting an olive - a symbol of peace - as well as a signed message of peace and copies of his three main teaching documents. But there are few other areas where their views align. With his poll numbers at a record low for a recently-elected president, he will be hoping for a boost after rubbing shoulders with the popular pope.

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  • Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go

    Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go

    This is also why experts thought having an AI win at Go was going to take at least another decade, before AlphaGo was created. On the eve of the much-anticipated game, world-title holder Ke posted on his Weibo account: "No matter win or lose, this will be my final contest with AI".

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  • Rebel Wilson's defamation trial against publisher begins

    Rebel Wilson's defamation trial against publisher begins

    Wilson's lawyer says his client was devastated by a series of magazine articles the actress says painted her as a liar and subsequently cost her roles in Hollywood. Ms Wilson is suing publisher Bauer Media over eight articles published by its magazines in 2015. The court also heard about a stoush between Wilson and Bauer Media after a journalist contacted the star's 86-year-old grandmother and "tried to manipulate" the elderly woman to dish "dirt" on her granddaughter.

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  • Ford using first over-the-air software updates to its 2016 cars

    Ford using first over-the-air software updates to its 2016 cars

    The upgrade will be available for around 800,000 vehicles in total, giving a huge number of Ford auto owners the chance to get big infotainment improvements without having to buy a newer model auto. This marks the first time that Ford will enable one of its updates to be applied via WiFi. First introduced in 2014, CarPlay allows auto owners to access Apple apps from their vehicle's infotainment screen, including Phone, Music, Apple Maps, and more.

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  • New French prime minister to be announced at 1230 GMT

    Success in the parliamentary elections is vital to his chances of pushing through his plans to cut state spending, boost investment and create jobs, after years of economic malaise and high unemployment . Philippe is expected to act as a counterweight to the Socialist MPs who have already joined Macron's La République En Marche! party. Edouard Philippe has been a close ally to Juppe, and his nomination, publicly approved by Juppe, is likely to trigger bitter infighting within the ...

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  • Indian shares extend record-breaking run; autos, banks rally

    Indian shares extend record-breaking run; autos, banks rally

    The barometer 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) of the BSE, which opened at 29,915.12 points, traded at 29,947.73 points (at 9.20 a.m.) - up 88.93 points or 0.30 percent from the previous day's close at 29,858.80 points. FIIs bought shares worth net Rs332.87 crore on Tuesday, as per provisional figures issued by stock exchanges. The Indian rupee strengthened by 24-25 paise to 64.38 per United States dollar from its previous close of 64.62-63.

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  • Meet the next Windows 10

    We'll see how long that lasts with the company's new Microsoft Graph and its goal of improving your life no matter what smartphone or tablet you use, as long as you use Windows 10 on your PC. While the ability to automatically select, trim and create videos and incorporate them into themes with editable storyboards isn't new, nor is the ability to change music or sync to beats.

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  • Le Pen says Dupont-Aignan would be her PM

    Ms Le Pen's efforts to clean up her National Front party's anti-Semitic image could be undermined by a parallel Paris event by her father, Jean-Marie, who was expelled from the party over his extreme views. Meanwhile, Jean-François Jalkh - the man she named as interim president of the FN while she campaigned - was forced to step down on Tuesday amid claims he had questioned the reality of Nazi gas chambers, which is a crime under French law.

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  • Google tweak aims to curb fake, misleading search results

    Google tweak aims to curb fake, misleading search results

    Users will be able to report autocomplete suggestions as either "hateful", "sexually explicit", "violent or includes unsafe and harmful activity", or "other". The moves follow months after criticism of Google and Facebook Inc. for hosting misleading information, particular tied to the 2016 USA presidential election.

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  • State Department Website Features Trump's For-Profit Club, Mar-A-Lago

    State Department Website Features Trump's For-Profit Club, Mar-A-Lago

    The post has drawn ire from social media users and political leadership, who say it acts as an ad to attract influential and wealthy foreigners to become members of the club. The blog entry, which was posted earlier this month, stems from an earlier post by Share America , a State Department site that aims to share "compelling stories and images that spark discussion and debate on important topics" with foreign governments and USA embassies.

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  • Lyrids meteor shower to hit its peak Saturday morning

    Lyrids meteor shower to hit its peak Saturday morning

    NASA forecasts that the peak rate of the Lyrids will be 18 meteors per hour in 2017. The Lyrids can occasionally produce as many as 100 meteors an hour, but an outburst like this is not expected this year. Seeing a meteor shower in action requires a certain amount of forethought. So, this dark night sky will create excellent viewing conditions for the 2017 Lyrid meteor shower .

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  • Man sought in Cleveland Facebook killing shoots himself to death

    Man sought in Cleveland Facebook killing shoots himself to death

    Just before Facebook's conference kicked off, Pennsylvania State Police reported Tuesday it found Stephens in Erie County, Pa., on Tuesday morning. Stephens fled with officers in pursuit. Stephens posted video of the shooting to his Facebook page and went live on Facebook to confess to the murder. McDonald's staff tipped off police about the location of Facebook killer Steve Stephens after he ordered 20 Chicken McNuggets.

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  • Nintendo reportedly working on SNES Classic Edition console

    Nintendo reportedly working on SNES Classic Edition console

    First, the details. Sources tell Eurogamer that the SNES Mini would be a microconsole version of Nintendo's 16-bit system, and ready for release by Christmas of this year. It is also unsure whether it aims to correct some of the glaring problems with NES Classic, such as its unit shortages, and its ridiculously short controller cable.

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  • Google to bundle ad blocker into Chrome

    Google to bundle ad blocker into Chrome

    It would automatically block those ads that Google finds unacceptable. But why would a company that makes billions on advertising add a feature to its own free product that would block advertising? It's also a concern for other online publishers and services that rely on advertising revenue to support their businesses, many of which work with Google to help sell advertising space on their properties.

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  • International Monetary Fund cuts India's 2017 GDP growth to 7.2% citing note ban

    International Monetary Fund cuts India's 2017 GDP growth to 7.2% citing note ban

    At the same time, adverse weather conditions and civil unrest threaten several low-income countries with starvation. With regard to risks to the country's growth, the International Monetary Fund said potential spillovers from lower growth in China or higher global financial volatility will be manageable for the Philippines, owing largely to its economic fundamentals, ample policy space and limited trade and financial linkages with the Asian economic powerhouse.

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  • AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.4.3 driver download

    AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.4.3 driver download

    The AMD Radeon RX 580 and RX 570 are built around AMD's Polaris 20 GPU , which is an updated revision of Polaris 10. We don't know how much headroom is left in these chips, but we're fairly certain tapping it will burn larger and larger amounts of power relative to measured performance improvement.

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  • Android 7.1.1 begins to reach the Nokia 6

    The Android 7.1.1 Nougat update for the Nokia 6 also updates the smartphone's USB drivers. "Android 7.1.1 Nougat update is being rolled out to the Nokia 6 users as we speak", reported the publication. HMD Global has shared that the global variant of the Nokia 6 will be released this spring, which includes the United States. Rumors have stated that Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution and a price tag of about $699.

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  • Chemical attack fabricated, says Assad

    Chemical attack fabricated, says Assad

    But Assad doubled down on his denials in the interview with AFP , conducted on Wednesday and published on Thursday. Severe restrictions were placed on the news agency. Accusing the USA of working "hand-in-glove with the terrorists", he charged during an interview with Agence France Presse that "they fabricated the whole story in order to have pretext for the [missile] attack".

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  • Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest-ever UN Messenger of Peace

    Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest-ever UN Messenger of Peace

    Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel laureate, has broken another age barrier and become the youngest UN Messenger of Peace, an honour she shares with Hollywood actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron. "There are 1.6 Muslims in this world", she said. Pakistan's militant Islamist groups, including the Taliban, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, and their affiliates, use attacks on schools and universities to foster intolerance and exclusion, to target symbols of the government, and, particularly, to ...

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  • Coral Bleaching Ravages Australia's Great Barrier Reef

    Coral Bleaching Ravages Australia's Great Barrier Reef

    The latest damage is concentrated in the middle section, whereas last year's bleaching hit mainly the north. The aerial surveys in 2017 covered more than 8,000km and scored almost 800 individual coral reefs closely matching the aerial surveys in 2016 that were carried out by the same two observers.

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  • Westbrook fails to set record in loss to Suns

    It was empirically odd, unparalleled in any other basketball climate, other than maybe a Phoenix game recently when star 20-year-old Devin Booker went for 70 points in part because his team fouled late to extend the game. The triple-doubles just kept coming. Westbrook's line: 1 point (0-of-6 ), 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 turnovers in 10 minutes. Fourth quarter, we had such a big lead and the only thing he needed was assists, so the whole game plan changed.

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