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Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is officially called the Surface Pro

The tablet, although is awfully similar in shape to the Surface Pro 4 , comes with significant upgrades on the inside. Starting from $799/£799 it isn't cheap. The vent surrounding the tablet is also a bit less noticeable and the cameras have also been pushed a bit to the rear. The new Surface Pro looks like an improvement without being radically different in any way.

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AMD Revealed "EPYC" 32 Core 64 Thread CPUs for Datacenters

We know that AMD Zen is scalable and the company can easily release CPUs with more cores and threads. Ryzen 9 has a base clock of 3.2GHz and boosts to 3.8GHz with. A 2.2% share rise in its CG segment is significant given the fact that only one series of AMD's Ryzen CPU was on the market and only for one month.

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Windows 10 update aims to help identify best photos, videos

Microsoft announced the new update at the Build conference , and it might look a lot different. The feature will be available with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that will also unveil a major design overhaul for ageing Windows 10 platform.

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North Korea link found to WannaCry 'ransomware', say researchers

Google security research Neel Mehta sent out a cryptic message through Twitter that referenced identical code found in a sample of WannaCry from February and a version of the malware Cantopee from early 2015. Ironically, part of the reason for its soft second wind was the virus' widespread success: "WannaCry" was one of the fastest-spreading viruses on record.

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Instagram Introduces Selfie Filters

Those were unpaid, but Facebook has been signaling that it will sell sponsored masks, and now that masks are on Instagram too, that's where advertisers will want to be. Relying on computer vision technology, Facebok would like to map out the world and allow developers to build games, and overlay digital art on top of the physical world we live in today.

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Judges hit Trump lawyer with tough questions over revised travel ban

Judges in Maryland and Hawaii had previously halted implementation of the order, specifically citing Trump's past statements while he was on the campaign trail. But Judge Barbara Milano Keenan said that could mean a candidate for president could call for a Muslim ban every day for a year, enact a cleverly worded plan that accomplished that on his first day in office, and have courts ignore whether targeting Muslims was his real objective.

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Apple iPhone revenue falls for second quarter

Swiss company AMS, the maker of optical sensors for iPhones, dropped 2.1 percent and Italy's STMicro, which provides the phone's accelerometers, gyroscopes and motion sensors, fell 1.7 percent. The most credible report thus far has come from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who suggested that Apple might not ramp up production on an iPhone 8 until October or November.

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Trade order, campaign rally on Trump's 100th day

But he got his biggest cheers with a sustained attack on the media, returning, almost six months after Election Day, to the same themes that drove his campaign. At the start of the rally, Trump told the roaring crowd that more than half of Americans say that the media is out of touch with everyday people. His team touted Trump's moves to roll back Obama regulations and strike Syria.

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Apple insider delivers the worst possible news about the iPhone 8

The front-facing camera might also gain a second lens. However, MacRumors says Microgadget.com's report is questionable since it's unusual for supply chain insider information to go against what's already been established by leaks at this point when production is about to start.

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Saturn's Moon 'Enceladus' Can Host Alien Life — NASA Announcement

They concluded that the same kind of "Marsquakes" could also produce hydrogen on Mars, removing a major barrier to life. Meanwhile, the Hubble telescope captured more evidence of water based plumes on Jupiter's icy moon Europa. But first, we're going to investigate Europa's habitability. On the other hand, there's no reason to believe it would not be the same on Europa. It's set to launch sometime in the 2020s.

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Here are all the new products Facebook announced at F8

Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new augmented reality platform that will make use of smartphone cameras. With Camera Effects, Facebook is handing developers the bricks and mortar to build the metaverse, one zany object placed into our world at a time .

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United Airlines Changes Its Policy On Displacing Customers

Richard Bell was a passenger on a United Airlines flight, traveling in business class from Houston to Calgary with his wife, Linda, last Sunday when he felt something fall in his hair from the overhead bin while eating dinner. In the final statement, posted to the company's website on Thursday, United said the team expressed their "sincerest" apology to Dr Dao. Facing public outrage, United finally apologized and promised that this kind of incidents would never happen again.

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Clippers clinch No. 4 playoff seed with 115-95 rout of Kings

The Jazz start third-year guard Rodney Hood next to Hill, but the former Duke star's productivity slipped this season and he shoots just 37 percent from the arc. "Honestly, as I know and you know, it still starts all over, whether you're playing well or not", Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. The Clippers finished the regular season with a record of 51-31, an identical mark as the Jazz, but L.A.

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Is the Galaxy S8 another big win for Samsung?

The S8 is also home to Bixby, Samsung's virtual assistant that's a new rival for Apple's Siri . It has been suggested that Samsung was looking to utilize an in-screen scanner rather than having a button for it, but they simply ran out of time to implement it before launch.

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Barcelona chief reveals Real Madrid agreement: It involves Gerard Pique

However, in spite of the victory which nudged Real closer to their first league title since 2012, this was a far from vintage display by the European champions. 7 - Real Madrid have kept a clean sheet for the 1st time since Feb 18th 2017 vs Espanyol, Kiko Casilla's last match until today. An own-goal by Raul Albentosa put Valencia 2-0 ahead before Jose Cancelo added a solo effort late.

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Fallout continues over health care bill

Later Thursday, the President called out individual Freedom Caucus members in several tweets . Just 21 percent say they supported it, with a majority, 52 percent, saying they were opposed. We don't have the option of inaction. While some House Republicans remain focused on "repeal and replace", a new conversation in Congress is starting on a different "R" word when it comes to Obamacare: fix.

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Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions

Christy Goldfuss, an energy expert at the Center for American Progress, said that whatever policy changes Trump makes, it is the markets that will decide what industry is viable. Governor Brown said: "Erasing climate change may take place in Donald Trump's mind, but nowhere else". Trump's March 28 order to reexamine or kill a host of federal actions to combat climate change might help lower US energy prices but will hurt development of new energy technologies.

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Trump signs order rolling back environmental efforts

Despite Trump's order , Garcetti said he will keep moving forward with his own environmental initiatives. NEPA required that federal agencies prepare environmental assessments and environmental impact statements on any new development. Sanders' response to the order appears to allude to the president's long history of climate change denial that often includes a belief that climate change is supposedly a hoax created by the Chinese.

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India take 32-run lead vs Australia at lunch on Day Three

A victory for the tourists will see them win their first Test series in India in 13 years. "So, it's great to learn from one Australian and use it to dismiss another Australian", he said at the post-day press conference and attracted some laughter.

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West Virginia's very bad final possession gets Yakety Sax treatment

Despite shooting 26.7 percent for the game, West Virginia stayed close and took a 58-55 lead on a 3-pointer by Carter with 1:47 to play. At that point, the Mountaineers were hopeless. Adrian appeared to have a wide-open layup that would have extended the Mountaineers' lead to three, but Josh Perkins soared in from behind for a huge blocked shot.