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We're liveblogging Apple's WWDC 2017 keynote

With the subscription business model now available to developers across all 25 app categories, the App Store's active paid subscriptions are up 58 percent year-over-year. The rumor has been a talking about a dark mode for the display. Recode will cover WWDC live from San Jose, Calif . - stay tuned for the latest. Apple's guaranteed highlight of the keynote address will be iOS 11. Read More »

Apple to showcase new features for its gadgets

When will iOS 11 be available? Some additional features that Apple showed off with iOS 11 on iPad include additional markup drawing compatibility, and the Apple Pencil can now be used in documents from email and elsewhere. This way you'll know exactly what you're getting into if and when you decide to install the early version on your device. In other words, you'll be able to place items like a cup on your table. Read More »

Four New iPad Tablets to be Launched at the WWDC 2017

Another announcement could be Apple's Mail and Safari apps that could get support for the Apple Pencil . The French Apple news site Consomac recently reported (link in French) uncovered regulatory filings for five new Mac devices in Russian Federation, which suggest new models could be dropping soon. Read More »

London attack: who are the victims?

The PM said the attack was driven by the same "evil ideology " behind the May 22 Manchester suicide bombing that left 22 people dead, and the Westminster attack in March, which killed five. Asked by ITV television if he backed the calls for May to resign, he said: "Indeed I would". "We were all stuck!" said Marcia Rainford, a 58-year-old who said she was sealed into her building complex with her mother and two children. Read More »

Trump says he's calling it a 'travel ban'


Neal Katyal, the lead lawyer for Hawaii's legal challenge, wrote on Twitter . He said Trump's ban is really a "religious test against Muslims". Both the original executive order (which included Iraq on its list) and its revised version have been put on hold by courts on the basis that it discriminates against Muslims. Read More »

Vermont to join US Climate Alliance


Trump cast his decision as one that puts the United States first, a central theme of his presidency. Blackrock Inc Chief Executive Larry Fink said on Thursday he would continue to serve on Trump's business forum, despite reservations about the White House climate decision because he believes he can add to policy discussions and be a voice for investors. Read More »

Apple's WWDC: What to expect

This year's WWDC is the most worldwide yet, according to Apple , and has the most students from elementary, middle and high schools. There is some evidence to back this claim. Newer products, including the Apple Watch, have not yet seen the explosive sales that the iPhone has. The new device would improve on its predecessor's CPU mainly, and come with the latest Intel seventh-generation processor, which is based on the Kaby Lake architecture. Read More »

Londres : deux Français disparus après l'attentat


Selon les témoins, le véhicule roulait à contre-sens, entre 70 et 80 km/h. "Une des principales priorités pour nous est bien sûr d'essayer de comprendre s'ils ont collaboré avec d'autres personnes, si quelqu'un d'autre a participé à la préparation de cette attaque et de déterminer ce qui a précédé" l'attentat, a déclaré Cressida Dick à la BBC-télévision. Read More »

India smash Pakistan in Champions Trophy

Allrounder Hardik Pandya smashed three sixes at the start of his team's last over as India let rip to reach 319-3 from 48 overs after being put into bat at a rain-hit Edgbaston , which had nearly 25,000 spectators. "With the bat and ball, right up there - I would say nine out of 10". Paceman Riaz gave away 87 runs in 8.4 overs - the most expensive figures yet in the Champions Trophy - before limping off with an injured ankle. Read More »

Greensboro mayor joins environmental effort with other USA city leaders

The two wrote a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry saying that maintaining the commitment to the agreement and to US leadership on climate change will help protect future generations. "Couldn't of put it better.bravo.I'm exhausted of footing the bill for the world", another said. The US president, saying that the deal hurts American workers and jobs , announced that he would work to tailor a better deal with the world. Read More »

World leaders vow to defend climate pact after Trump pullout


After the USA withdrawal from the Paris deal sparked pledges of money and solidarity, Figueres said via Twitter Friday, "Thank you Trump". Hal Brands , a professor of global affairs at JHU's School of Advanced International Studies, is among 18 co-authors on a Foreign Policy article stating that "the decision will have serious, irreversible repercussions for the United States and the world". Read More »

UK Labour leader goes from no-hoper to crowd-puller

The Labour leader will offer to give people "pride and purpose" in a speech in York later, as he pledges to pump £250bn into industry. Mining Capital's Alastair Ford thinks the general election will pass off fairly unnoticed by global markets and there is not much of an investement play or opportunity around it. Read More »

May's lead over Labour shrinks to 5 points - Ipsos MORI poll

While Britons vote on Thursday, European Central Bank policymakers meeting in Tallinn, Estonia, will likely take another baby step towards removing the extraordinary monetary stimulus the bank has provided. "Where the Tories look to divide, Labour seeks to bring people together", Corbyn said in May. And, whisper it, the supreme leader Theresa May, who has made her party's campaign exclusively about her leadership skills - with the word " Conservative " conspicuously absent - has been ... Read More »

EPA head Scott Pruitt defends Paris exit

Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber, also was a member of the forum, and he initially argued that it was important to have a seat at the table. In the aftermath, the White House has refused to confirm or deny whether Trump believes in human-caused climate change . Read More »

Trump's 'big mistake' on climate doesn't outweigh ties with Europe

But we will start to negotiate, and we will see if we can make a deal that's fair. And whenever NY was hit with a cold spell or snowstorm, Trump would often tweet a joke about global warming. German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The leaders of Italy, Germany and France said in the statement the agreement was a "vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies". Read More »

Putin Avoids Criticizing Trump Climate Decision

But there was a bit of good news this week from an unexpected place: the Exxon-Mobil annual meeting in Dallas. Bloomberg's charitable organization, Bloomberg Philanthropies, announced Thursday that it would finance the U.S.' share of the administrative costs of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the mechanism required to keep the almost 200-member nation deal upright. Read More »

May's Conservatives send new mixed message on tax as United Kingdom election nears

She called the election in April when she was far ahead in the polls, with the aim of massively increasing her majority of 17 seats. Commenting on Labour's 17 point lead over the Tories in London , which has more than trebled in a month, Professor Philip Cowley, director of Queen Mary University's Mile End Institute, said: "This wasn't part of the Conservative script for the election". Read More »

Islamic State claims responsibility in London terrorist attacks, analyst group says


The Canadian government is advising citizens to be vigilant in the wake of the attack. The singer returned to Britain on Friday to comfort young victims who remain hospitalized. The president notes the attackers used a van to slam into pedestrians and then assaulted people with knives. An Australian was among those hospitalised, while a Spaniard escaped with light injuries. Read More »

Tomorrow Sadiq Khan will host vigil for terror victims


Oliver Dowling's girlfriend, Marie Bondeville, underwent surgery at a different hospital, according to the injured man's sister, though she was unable to provide any status updates. Instead they "started kicking them, punching them and took out knives". Militants have carried out scores of deadly attacks in Europe , the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the United States over the past two years. Read More »

Spicer refers all Russia-related questions to Trump's lawyer


The press should be allowed to ask questions and receive answers on an issue that affects every American, and brings into question the sanctity of the electoral system and process. But numerous people close to the president and his team are expecting further changes this time . One question he simply didn't answer on the grounds that he didn't agree with its premise. Read More »

CT 2017: Win over Pakistan emphatic start for title defence, says Yuvraj

The Indian batsmen however managed to get those crucial 1's and 2's to keep the scoreboard ticking and hit the bad balls really well. When on 37, Azhar Ali was dropped by Bhuvneshwar Kumar running in from long-on. Pakistan played like a No.8 side. He had started off neatly, but then got stuck - partly as a outcome of a rain delay that stopped play in the 34th over - something not often seen with Kohli, even during Royal Challengers Bangalore's rough campaign in IPL 2017. Read More »

British police detain more people over London Bridge attack

April 7, 2017 - At least four people are killed when a truck drives into pedestrians on a busy street in the center of Stockholm, Sweden, before crashing into a department store. "Borough Market, where the stabbings happened, is also in front of my house". I've said hello in passing more than 50, 60 occasions. I'm disappointed in Trump (I don't know what I expected), but he's not even the only politician using this tragedy to justify a political agenda. Read More »

ISIS claims responsibility for London Bridge attack

May characterized the latest attack as the work of Islamic extremists, but no group has yet claimed responsibility. British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the attacks, saying that the "evil" Islamist ideology was the reason behind such violence. Read More »

Gov't more convinced ISIS backing Maute


He said there are about 1,200 ISIS operatives in the Philippines, including foreigners of whom 40 are from Indonesia, AFP reported . "They wanted him to be a fighter", she told Reuters after joining the morning exodus. Authorities lifted the civilian death toll from 20 to 38 on Sunday - but said all those deaths were caused by the separatist fighters. Military officials said they had not received any report of the incident. Read More »

London Mayor: Some injured in attack are in critical condition


Mrs May said the three attacks were "bound together by the single evil ideology of Islamist extremism" as she suggested the United Kingdom is "experiencing a new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism". Medics treated the injured near the market as shocked people cried and shouted around them. Even in the worst of Saturday's horror in London , heroes were on the scene, including the Transport cop who went after the terrorists with just his police baton and the immigrant ... Read More »

UK election: Conservatives confused on taxes, Labour closing in

Yet, as voting day looms, those fears are looking less and less likely. "Under the Conservatives , the richest have got richer, while most people's incomes have fallen or stagnated". "We are also mindful of the potential for political demonstrations connected to the General Election campaign". Campaigning in West Yorkshire, the Prime Minister reiterated her assurance that the Conservatives remained a "low-tax" party. Read More »

ISIS claims responsibility for London attack that killed 7

Police said counter-terrorism officers raided several addresses in Barking, an east London suburb, and arrested 12 people there Sunday morning in connection with the attack. BBC reporter Holly Jones, who was on the bridge at the time of the attack, said the van was "probably travelling at about 80kmh". However, they were "kicking them, punching them, and took out knives". Read More »

Killed, attackers shot dead

The three attackers, who were wearing hoax suicide bomb vests, were shot dead by armed police within eight minutes of being alerted to the incident. London's Metropolitan Police said armed officers fatally shot the attackers within eight minutes. Read More »

UK to observe one minute's silence for victims of London attack


How did the attack unfold? Speaking to the BBC , Mr Khan made clear that he was advising Londoners and visitors not to be concerned by the presence of additional armed police officers on the streets of the capital in the days to come, and not playing down anxieties about the attack itself. Read More »

Clinton slams apparent US-Russia collusion against her

Neither can seem to let it go. Carlson said that she donned "the trendy tin foil hat" he said Democrats have popularized since Trump's election. Evidently, only divine intervention could have stopped her flawless campaign from resulting in anything short of the White House. Read More »

Iran says Trump's climate pact withdrawal will isolate US

The Justice Department will take the first legal steps in the "next several weeks" and the United States will immediately halt contributions to the UN Green Climate Fund , Pruitt said. Jerry Brown (D), and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) on Thursday announced the formation of a coalition of states supporting the Paris agreement , called the United States Climate Alliance. Read More »

London terror: How the attack on London Bridge and Borough Market unfolded


Police received reports of a van speeding into pedestrians on London Bridge at 10:08pm. Borough Market , with its alleyways beneath and near London Bridge , is filled by day with specialty food stalls, and by night - particularly on a spring evening like Saturday - with patrons who flock to bars, clubs and restaurants. Read More »

UK poll: Labour neck-and-neck with Tories

A poll showed on Saturday that the Conservatives were ahead of Labour by six percentage points, down from 10 points a week ago and much smaller than a lead of 19 points at the start of the election campaign. Mrs May's refusal to debate one-on-one with Mr Corbyn may not cost her many actual votes on June 8th. May became prime minister without winning an election in July previous year following the resignation of David Cameron after Britons went against his advice and voted to leave ... Read More »