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The trial is tentatively set to begin May 26. Mathers post provoked backlash as she was accused of "body shaming" by activists. Mathers was slammed on social media so badly for the act that she wound up deleting her popular accounts. The Playboy Bunny was sacked from her job on a Los Angeles radio station after the event. Attorney Dana Cole said the victim can not be easily identified because the photo was shot from far away.
  • Google agrees to pay $335 million in Italy tax dispute

    Google agrees to pay $335 million in Italy tax dispute

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    Some countries like Ireland and Luxembourg charge little or no corporate taxes in a bid to lure foreign investment, while others charge 30 percent or higher. The US-based company has previously said it complied with tax rules in all the countries it operates in. The European Commission, which administers EU law, said the Irish government helped the tech giant artificially lower its tax bill for more than 20 years.
  • Canadian Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Devices Now Receiving Android Nougat 7.0

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    Several customers in South Korea who were given the chance to own Samsung's latest flagship devices after signing up for pre-order made it known that some of the Galaxy S8 smartphones come with a freakish, red tint on the screens. The pricing for these phones might be very close to those price tags. There is also 64GB of internal storage which can be further expanded via a microSD card upto 256GB.
  • Titans fill biggest holes with 6 of 9 draft picks on offense

    Titans fill biggest holes with 6 of 9 draft picks on offense

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    That being said, Davis likes what he sees in Williams. Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush, WMU quarterback Zach Terrell, WMU defensive end Keion Adams and Eastern Michigan defensive end Pat O'Connor all had outstanding senior seasons and could be seventh round picks or undrafted free agents.
  • Didi completes over 5.5 bln USD financing round

    Didi completes over 5.5 bln USD financing round

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    China's leading on-demand mobility platform Didi Chuxing announced Friday that it had completed a new financing round of over 5.5 billion US dollars to support its global strategy and continued investments in artificial intelligence (AI). The company delayed announcing the investment, despite many previous reports hinting at it. Didi already made some investments in artificial intelligence (AI) technology and did some hiring for its AI division in March - the company set up a new AI lab in ...
  • BlackBerry KEYOne up for pre-order in Canada starting May 18

    BlackBerry KEYOne up for pre-order in Canada starting May 18

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    Despite being the ancestral home of BlackBerry, the device will launch there later in May. Carphone Warehouse is also reported to begin selling the device on May 5, 2017, with carrier availability expanding throughout May. The phone will cost you £499, and it is only available in limited quantities right now. A carrier deal would also put the smartphone on the map for customers who consider a phone only when they see it in a local provider's store, notes Engadget .
  • NASA's Cassini completes first dive between Saturn's rings

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    Alongside harvesting vast quantities of scientific data and some close-up imagery of Saturn's atmosphere, the experience will allow mission operators to further plan how to keep the spacecraft safe for the remaining 21 passes. The spacecraft radioed home around 0700 GMT (3 a.m. EDT) Thursday, around 22 hours after zipping between Saturn's D ring and the planet's cloud tops at a relative speed of about 77,000 mph (124 kilometers per hour), fast enough to travel from NY to Los Angeles in less ...
  • Here's How Project Scorpio Games Look in 4K vs 1080p

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    The site has a few comparison images showcasing the disparity between 1080p on Xbox One and 4K on Scorpio, with Project Scorpio bringing enhanced visual fidelity to games. Shannon Loftis and I are thinking a lot about, well, could we put story-based games into the Xbox Game Pass business model because you have a subscription going? The Scorpio images have been blown up and cropped by Windows Central , but the Xbox One snaps are exactly as presented by Microsoft.
  • 'Call of Duty: WWII' Multiplayer and Zombies Modes Revealed

    'Call of Duty: WWII' Multiplayer and Zombies Modes Revealed

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    Over in multiplayer , Divisions are this COD's take on create-a-class, letting players enlist in specific units. Bristling with cannon and armaments, the Rock commanded control of the Strait of Gibraltar, a critical maritime chokepoint vital to the war effort.
  • Google is asking for your help to spot fake news

    Google is asking for your help to spot fake news

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    Lastly, there are also new direct feedback tools, through which users can flag problem content that appears in Google' Autocomplete and Featured Snippets features. Google has announced changes to its Search Quality Ratings Guidelines in an effort to limit offensive and inaccurate results on its search engine .
  • 'First daughter' heads for Berlin on women's rights mission

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    Ivanka will also make a stop at the US embassy in Berlin, pay her respects at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and attend a gala dinner while on the trip. "[Brexit campaigners] are voicing an opinion about what the United States is going to do, I figured you might want to hear from the president of the United States what I think the United States is going to do", Obama said on 22 April, 2016.
  • NES Classic Discontinued In Europe

    NES Classic Discontinued In Europe

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    It's something I genuinely hope will happen, especially given that the Super Nintendo wasn't officially released here in South Africa. That that EuroGamer , a media having leaked information about Switch Nintendo previously said that the SNES Classic Edition will be launched for Christmas.
  • Google plans to add ad blocking feature in Chrome

    Google plans to add ad blocking feature in Chrome

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    The twist is, however, that Google may choose to block all ads on sites that contain any "unacceptable" ad, even just one, making it the site owners' job to make sure the ads on their websites meet the standards . While desktop ad blocking continues to grow in popularity worldwide, its mobile form has yet to catch on much outside of Asia. The WSJ report believes these metrics could be based on standards already proposed by the.
  • Russia vetoes UN resolution on Syria alleged

    Russia vetoes UN resolution on Syria alleged "chemical attack"

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    Tillerson's comments came after meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow. "To my colleagues from Russian Federation - you are isolating yourselves from the worldwide community every time one of Assad's planes drop another barrel bomb on civilians and every time Assad tries to starve another community to death", U.S.
  • Dino ancestors looked like crocodiles

    Dino ancestors looked like crocodiles

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    The creature was not a direct ancestor, but was more like a cousin. It was approximately seven to 10 feet long with a long neck and tail. "We used to think that numerous distinctive features of bird-line archosaurs evolved very quickly after they diverged from the crocodile line because early bird-line archosaurs like Marasuchus , Dromoeron, and Lagerpeton were small and very dinosaur-like", said Angielczyk.
  • Here's why your shoelaces annoyingly come undone

    Here's why your shoelaces annoyingly come undone

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    But though the scientists know that one knot is more resilient, they still can't explain why. Well it seems that might not be the case, as according to researchers at The University of Berkeley the typical "granny" knot many of us use to tie our shoelaces is more prone to coming undone than another, no more complex, method.
  • Focused Kyrgios winning over his doubters

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    Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson gave host Australia a 2-0 lead after the first day of their Davis Cup quarterfinal against the United States here on Friday. A late break point allowed him to win the opening set, and the following two sets would go into tiebreakers, where Kyrgios was just a hair better than Isner, winning both breakers by a score of 7-5.
  • Alexa rolls out to UK Amazon Fire TV devices

    Alexa rolls out to UK Amazon Fire TV devices

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    Since its inclusion on Amazon's Echo speakers, Alexa has grown into a formidable voice assistant. Amazon said it hopes that by integrating the technology into the Amazon Fire TV stick it might make the voice recognition software a little more appealing than it appeared to be in the standalone Amazon Echo, which didn't have the market appeal Amazon was hoping for.
  • Bayern injuries a major concern ahead of Dortmund clash

    Bayern injuries a major concern ahead of Dortmund clash

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    Bremen took a first-half lead when Zlatko Junuzovic's superb long ball was headed in by defender Theodor Gebre Selassie. Hoffenheim goalkeeper Oliver Baumann had more to do in the second half and Bayern almost snatched an equaliser deep into stoppage time when Lewandowski's close-range shot was deflected wide of the goal.
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Just Got Bluetooth Certified

    Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Just Got Bluetooth Certified

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    Can the previously disgraced tech company finally rise up from the ashes of the infamous Galaxy Note 7 debacle? U.S. Cellular's deal is a good deal for those Samsung Galaxy S8 buyers who are not able to pay the full price. With every new generation of smartphones, the updates have been increasingly incremental - slightly faster processor, better camera, more efficient software and so on.