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Report claims Apple is planning a Xeon powered iMac with ECC RAM

Report claims Apple is planning a Xeon powered iMac with ECC RAM

What's more, Apple is reportedly going to release the new iMac 2017 models with brand new keyboards. That discrete graphics card is very nice for pro-users, the iMac AIOs normally get underpowered...

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Facebook's Vision on Reality

Facebook is also rolling out new features and applications for businesses that use its bot technologies or its Workplace collaborative platform. The new platform is expected to help users and dev...

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Brooklyn robbery suspect falls to death on Facebook Live

Brooklyn robbery suspect falls to death on Facebook Live

Neighbors said that Chad just finished a prison term and was staying on a friend's couch in the 11th-floor apartment. Police say Chandler was a suspect in the robbery of a livery driver that happene...

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McDonald's employees who spotted Facebook killer in line for reward

McDonald's employees who spotted Facebook killer in line for reward

But Stephens did not want to wait, taking his McNuggets and speeding out of the vehicle park, almost hitting Gail Wheeler, 54, a retail operations manager from Erie who was on her way home from shoppi...

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AI, bots might dominate Facebook's 2017 F8 developer conference

For more about Facebook Spaces , which allows people with Oculus Rift headsets to meet in VR, see Facebook's announcement here and also visit the Facebook Spaces site. USA Today claimed Facebook wil...

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USA to Enhance Military Presence in Asia Pacific - Vice President Pence

The reports came after Trump said that the North Korean nuclear issue would be "taken care of", while at the same time calling on China to pressure its neighbor into giving up its nuclear program. N...

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New Trump Order Extends 'Buy American' And 'Hire American' Rules

Critics of the H-1B visas say that they allow entities like technology companies to hire cheaper workers from overseas instead of spending more money on American workers. It doesn't dictate any spec...

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'Pokemon GO' gives Zuckerberg AR dreams; Facebook to venture into AR

AR Studio, now in beta, allows content creators to develop their own masks, filters, animated frames and effects. Once done, now start the experience and invite your friends to join you. People can no...

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NASA Livestreams 360-Degree View Of Rocket Launch

The space lab is a testing ground for China's own permanent, orbiting space station, which the country hopes to complete by 2022. "Liftoff of the Atlas V rocket with Cygnus and the S.S. Diller said ...

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Warburton captains the Lions, no place for Hartley

Sam Warburton was given the ultimate honour in British and Irish rugby for the second straight tour, having led the Lions in Australia for its 2-1 series win. European champions Saracens and Irish ...

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Pence says USA stands by ally Japan on North Korea problem

Rep. Adam SchiffAdam SchiffSchiff to Trump: End "casual talk" on North Korea Why an independent counsel is necessary in an election probe Dems outraged over Spicer's Holocaust remarks MORE (D-Calif.) ...

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Going To Start A New Era Of Smartphones

But consumer-ready augmented reality (AR) glasses may still be years away. For a company that began as a way for college students to see pictures of each other, Facebook's move toward augmented re...

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Galaxy S8 owners complaining of reddish tint in display panel

The flagship phones were launched in South Korea on Monday. Amid the growing controversy, "Galaxy S8 Red Screen" was one of the top search terms on Naver, South Korea's largest search engine, and In...

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United Shares Higher After Earnings Beat; CEO Calls Flight 3411 Incident 'humbling'

United Shares Higher After Earnings Beat; CEO Calls Flight 3411 Incident 'humbling'

The company's expected revenue in the current quarter to be 8.38 Billion, seeing a projected current quarter growth of -72.4%, and per annum growth estimates over the next 5 year period of around -6.4...

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United Kingdom Will Hold an Early Election in June

Her critics painted the election call as an blatant attempt to steamroll the opposition while they are weakened - after May had repeatedly promised not to hold an early vote. Demmer said Wednesday: "T...

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Aaron Hernandez Found Dead in Prison

Though he was serving a life sentence on first-degree murder charges in the 2013 death of friend Odin Lloyd , Hernandez was eager to appeal the guilty verdict, Baez reveals. Before that visit quarter...

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NASA to show 1st live 360-degree view of rocket launch

It's due there Saturday. Glenn, an original Mercury 7 astronaut, became the first American to orbit the Earth in 1962. He returned to orbit in the space shuttle in 1998 at age 77, the oldest person ...

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U.S. to Enhance Military Presence in Asia Pacific - Vice President Pence

But he told the 2,500 sailors: "As all of you know, readiness is the key". U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said Washington wants to "reform" the free trade agreement with Korea, which wa...

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Georgia House race to high-stakes runoff as Trump wades in

A voter casts a ballot in a special election in Atlanta, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. He still engenders an intense loyalty among his core supporters but alienates many independents and even Republicans, ...

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NASA's first 360-degree video of rocket launch

The good news: The Atlas launch was flawless, and the Cygnus cargo ship is on its way to the space station. But it opted for the United Launch Alliance's bigger Atlas V rocket in order to carry up...

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Apple Granted Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Permit In California

Apple Granted Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Permit In California

Apple registered six drivers that monitor these cars. To add to my earlier statements on the matter, I'm curious, how many people reading this would prefer that their self-driving vehicle's tech...

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U.S. cargo ship blasts off for space station with supplies, experiments

The Cygnus spacecraft comprises two modules: Orbital ATK's Service Module and the Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM), developed and built by Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (67 per...

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Nearby earth-like planet may be just right for life

Nearby earth-like planet may be just right for life

At that distance, it receives about half as much sunlight from its star as Earth. "This is the first one where we actually know it's rocky", said Harvard astronomer David Charbonneau, a co-author of...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ launching in India tomorrow

Given that a score of 10 means the device is easiest to fix, this definitely shows that Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are not your type if you are a DIY kinda person. Wondering about the new Galaxy S8's ...

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J025: Asteroid will be largest since 2004 to pass close to Earth

J025: Asteroid will be largest since 2004 to pass close to Earth

An asteroid, which is so big it has been nicknamed "The Rock" after professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson, is expected to make it closest pass to Earth on Wednesday. Measurements taken by NASA's NEOWIS...

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Facebook to push augmented reality

The new platform is expected to help users and developers make a flawless blend of digital and physical worlds. "This is the communications medium we use today for good and bad", Jackson said. You can...

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United Airlines Scandal: CEO Says He's Embarrassed

United Airlines Scandal: CEO Says He's Embarrassed

Following the horrifying incident in which a passenger was violently dragged off a plane in Chicago, United Airlines has updated its policies as a way to avoid having to deal with any future schedul...

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Shooter targets random white men on Fresno streets; kills 3

Later Tuesday, Pacific Gas & Electric confirmed that one of the victims was an employee who was sitting in the passenger seat of his work truck when Muhammad allegedly shot him. The suspect in the sho...

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Fireball, caught on tape, illuminates night skies over the Carolinas

Fireball, caught on tape, illuminates night skies over the Carolinas

A meteor soared across southeast skies Wednesday night, seen by several but one man from Cornelius captured the astronomical event on his security camera. Of the reports the society received, most peo...

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Gunman shot, killed white men at random

According to the police chief, Muhammad has had some associations with gangs but is not believed to be a gang member. Police have arrested Kori Ali Muhammad, who is black, saying he singled out whit...

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