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Those charges include sexual assault of a child, distribution of a video of the assault and first-degree criminal sexual conduct, police said . Germaine Moore, 44, of Millbrook, Ala ., faces 11 felony charges. Authorities arrested her and charged her with hindering prosecution. Washington was taken into custody late Monday afternoon by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
  • Apple's Next iOS To Add Battery Monitoring, Business Chat, AR Tools

    Apple's Next iOS To Add Battery Monitoring, Business Chat, AR Tools

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    Reportedly, a code from the new iOS 11 .3 beta seemingly references a still unreleased "modern iPad ". Patients from participating medical institutions will have information from various institutions organized into one view and receive regular notifications for their lab results, medications, conditions and more .
  • Egypt: campaign chief says presidential candidate arrested

    Egypt: campaign chief says presidential candidate arrested

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    Ali was the last significant figure known to be planning to run. The case was pursued "for nothing except to provide a legal excuse that would prevent us from running", he said . Abou Shaqa was appointed his legal representative, as well as the official spokesmen of the campaign, said the president on his official Facebook page.
  • Student emails every Claudia on campus after left swipe on Tinder

    Student emails every Claudia on campus after left swipe on Tinder

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    First off, my name is Hayden, and I made a rookie mistake on Tinder . As Claudia detailed with Twitter screenshots, Hayden emailed every student named Claudia at Missouri State-apparently, there are 43 of them. 'If it's none of you Claudias and you know even more Claudias spread the word please. "If you choose "right" we could totally get some donuts or something", he wrote.
  • Trump sees 'progress' as shutdown approaches

    Trump sees 'progress' as shutdown approaches

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    Crucial differences remain between Trump's Republican Party and the Democratic Party over what should be included in the federal government budget for the fiscal year through September. During the hours running up to the vote, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) was summoned to the White House by Trump, who delayed a planned weekend trip to his Mar-o-Lago resort in Florida.
  • Google to penalize slow-loading websites

    Google to penalize slow-loading websites

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    Under the change, Google will take page speeds into account in determining its rankings for mobile searches. The company said it will increasingly rely on the mobile version of a website's content when indexing and ranking search results .
  • WhatsApp Business: New messenger app launches, letting companies chat to you

    WhatsApp Business: New messenger app launches, letting companies chat to you

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    WhatsApp's promising to spread availability of its Business app to more countries in the coming weeks. WhatsApp will also distinguish "business" accounts from personal accounts on the default app. The free-to-download Android app allows businesses to quickly respond to customers as well as provide them with away messages , letting them know when the business is busy.
  • Samsung to launch Galaxy S9 on February 26

    Samsung to launch Galaxy S9 on February 26

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    Samsung claims the feature can do the search within five seconds to show you the best price. The current rumours about the Galaxy S9 suggest the smartphone will come with many subtle updates. It will be up for sale in Gold and Black colour options. Both will be available exclusively from Amazon India and the Samsung Shop, and go on sale from January 20.
  • Even without El Nino past year, Earth keeps on warming

    Even without El Nino past year, Earth keeps on warming

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    The planet went through one of its warmest years on record in 2017, according to analyses from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday. But NOAA uses slightly different methodology, so it concluded that 2017 was only the third-hottest year on record. "So much of the difference in 2017 between the groups that find it in second place and third place has to do with how the Arctic is handled".
  • Nintendo's latest video game devices are made of cardboard

    Nintendo's latest video game devices are made of cardboard

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    The Robot Kit uses the Joy-Cons to control the arms and legs of the Robot that straps to a backpack that the user wears, it starts at at $79.99. It something we haven't really seen augmented reality do yet, and it only makes sense coming from our toy-making, ahead-of-the-game friends at Nintendo .
  • Samsung giving away special Winter Olympics edition of Galaxy Note 8

    Samsung giving away special Winter Olympics edition of Galaxy Note 8

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    The PyeongChang Winter Olympics starts on 9 February. In 2016, the company made an Olympics-themed Galaxy S7 Edge , which it handed out to all the athletes who participated in the summer games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She said the PyeongChang Olympics and Paralympic Games will be especially historical events with North Korea taking part in both events. South Korean first lady Kim Jung-sook (front row, C) poses for a group photo with disabled athletes in an event in Seoul on January 18, ...
  • Reliance Jio Phone Rs

    Reliance Jio Phone Rs

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    But we can't say that Vodafone is far behind from the race of launching new prepaid plans for all prepaid users. Earlier, the Rs 153 plan for JioPhone offered 500MB data per day for 28 days, a total of 14GB for the entire validity period.
  • MA joins multi-state net-neutrality lawsuit

    MA joins multi-state net-neutrality lawsuit

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    The lawsuit is led by Schneiderman, and filed by the attorneys general of New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and the District of Columbia.
  • Razer's Project Linda lifts a phone to laptop level

    Razer's Project Linda lifts a phone to laptop level

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    Nevertheless, Project Linda is still an incredibly interesting concept that would be great to see come to fruition at some point. Razer's Project Linda is now just a concept, and, there's no information on whether or not it will ever be released commercially.
  • Toyota will add Amazon Alexa to select cars in 2018

    Toyota will add Amazon Alexa to select cars in 2018

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    So, the consumers are either forced to figure out things themselves or scour the web for blog posts or reddit posts offering some information about the new service. With CES coming fast, more and more juicy tech morsels are eeking their way out into the news. Amazon has confirmed the new gadgets and placed special emphasis on how this will be the first smart glasses with Alexa .
  • Google acquires United Kingdom technology start-up Redux

    Google acquires United Kingdom technology start-up Redux

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    Redux raised $5M last spring and had granted 178 patents. It is unclear when Alphabet - via an Ireland-based subsidiary of Google - acquired Redux, but the transfer of shares of Redux holding company NVF Tech Ltd.to the US tech giant was confirmed on December 13, according to United Kingdom regulatory filings.
  • Overwatch League: Twitch snaps up broadcast rights

    Overwatch League: Twitch snaps up broadcast rights

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    Overwatch is hugely popular, with 35 million players worldwide. In a research note , Raymond James analysts Justin Patterson, Aaron Kessler and Bianca Rodriguez say that the Overwatch deal is "symbolic of the changing face of content in the over-the-top (OTT) video era".
  • SpaceX defends rocket's performance in secret satellite launch

    SpaceX defends rocket's performance in secret satellite launch

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    A secret spacecraft launched by a SpaceX rocket on Sunday failed to enter a stable orbit and was lost. SpaceX competes for military launches with United Launch Alliance, a joint venture of Boeing and Lockheed Martin Corp., which was the sole provider for the Pentagon until Musk launched a campaign in Congress and the courts challenging what he called an unfair monopoly.
  • Overwatch League now has an official app

    Overwatch League now has an official app

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    The core addition of the patch is an entirely new menu accessed via the Overwatch League button on the main screen. The $90M figure may not include other aspects of the Twitch-Blizzard relationship not attributable to the Overwatch League, sources said.
  • Netflix, Google, Others to Sue Over Net Neutrality Repeal

    Netflix, Google, Others to Sue Over Net Neutrality Repeal

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    The IA's statement was released a day after the FCC submitted their final order. Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat from Missouri announced Monday she will be the 30th co-sponsor of a bill that will use the Congressional Review Act to reverse the FCC's vote to dismantle the net neutrality rules.
  • Jimmy Iovine is reportedly leaving Apple Music this year

    Jimmy Iovine is reportedly leaving Apple Music this year

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    Some or all of those sources believe that Iovine's departure is timed with the concluding payout to Iovine related to Apple's acquisition of Beats in 2014 . However, another argument could be that music streaming services do not require big names behind them. Experiments like Carpool Karaoke have not made a significant impact on the market, though Iovine's efforts to push curated music and other perks are laudable to music obsessives.
  • A unique phenomenon that humans will be able to observe

    A unique phenomenon that humans will be able to observe "blood moon"

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    This is a rare event and happens only once in every two and a half years. The next event, the so-called Blue Moon, is expected to take place on January 31. To top it off, stargazers in some parts of the US will be treated to lunar eclipse on the same, final night of January. 3000, by Bao-Lin Liu and Alan D.
  • Alexa will soon be able to control ovens and microwaves

    Alexa will soon be able to control ovens and microwaves

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    That said, hopefully Amazon and these companies have taken precautions to make sure that ovens don't get accidentally set without people realizing, since that could lead to a unsafe situation. According to Amazon, the AI assistant will offer customers a break from, er, "traditional and often confusing microwave experience by enabling them to bark commands at the appliance such as "Alexa, defrost three pounds of chicken" or "Alexa, microwave for 50 seconds on high".
  • The new NOKIA 6 is the midrange device you've been waiting for!

    The new NOKIA 6 is the midrange device you've been waiting for!

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    Nokia 6 (2018), unlike previous rumours, sticks with 16:9 aspect ratio screen. The Nokia 6 (2018 ) is finally out for all to see, going up for pre-orders in China as the second-generation version of the original. On the hardware side, it seems that there will be an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 , which is the successor of the Snapdragon 625 and 626 chips and includes an Adreno 508 GPU.
  • Samsung Galaxy A8 now available for pre-order in South Korea

    Samsung Galaxy A8 now available for pre-order in South Korea

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    The display feature and functionality were also recognized. Just ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, LG has unveiled their new range of smart home speakers that ... The 2018 edition has a 5.6 Super AMOLED FHD display (1080 x 2220 pixels). This would be South Korea-based Samsung's first foldable phone which is expected to be launched this year.
  • CITI: There is a 40% chance Apple will acquire Netflix

    CITI: There is a 40% chance Apple will acquire Netflix

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    Merchant and Suva said to the clients that Apple has "too much cash - almost $250 billion - growing at $50 billion a year". Not only that, but the opportunity to repatriate money held in offshore accounts without paying a bunch of extra taxes means that Apple can bring the cash necessary for the purchase back into the States.