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James Comey to testify in Senate hearing on Russian Federation

I would again repeat that his most recent sworn testimony had to be corrected nearly immediately, ' Conway said . "This is extraordinarily complex and we have a wonderful staff", she said, "but I think we would benefit from having an experienced investigator" to oversee the probe, she said. Read More »

President Trump calls United Kingdom election results 'surprising'

The DUP said only that it would enter talks. Finding support in parliament inconsistent, she made a decision to do a little surprise election of her own. "That's what I'm doing, forming a Government ", she said. Speaking to Geo News , protestors said that Jeremy Corbyn has changed the way politics is done in Britain . Read More »

Fires Back ... Comey Lied and Leaked!

He said he refused on all points, told senators of the detailed memos he had written after his conversations with Mr Trump and said he hoped they were taped because he is confident of their veracity. "I mean, I will tell you, I didn't say that", Mr Trump replied. Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Al Franken, D-Minn., last week released a letter urging the FBI to investigate whether Sessions had falsely testified under oath when he said at his January confirmation hearing that he ... Read More »

President Trump to Qatar: Stop Funding Extremist Ideology

He said Qatar has historically supported groups that have "spanned the spectrum of political expression from activism to violence". They said they would take a hard line on funding extremism, and all reference was pointing to Qatar. "For us, unity is clearly necessary for maximum effect on this front [against terrorism]", he said. The State Department had said the us learned only at the last minute about the Arab nations' plan to cut ties. Read More »

Trump Legal Team to File Complaint Over Comey Memos

The issue of the Trump election campaign's relationship with Russian Federation has dogged Trump's first months in office and distracted from his policy goals such as overhauling the USA healthcare system and making tax cuts. If for any reason Trump now fails to produce the tapes, he might go down in history as the U.S. president who gave birth to a new-era proverb: "He who lives by the tweet dies by the tweet". Read More »

How secure are your "smart home" speakers?


Siri cofounders Adam Cheyer and Dag Kittlaus left the team and formed Viv Labs which was acquired by Samsung not too long ago. Apple is finally throwing their hat in to the smart speaker game against the Amazon Echo , and, boy, is it an expensive hat. Read More »

Jelena Ostapenko stuns Simona Halep in French Open final


The country's president called to congratulate her after the semi-finals while the final was shown on a big screen in Riga. Ostapenko begins her grass-court season in Birmingham at the Aegon Classic, along with eight of the world's top 10, and will then head on to Eastbourne for the Aegon International. Read More »

Hands on with Apple's first Developer Beta of iOS 11


There's an all-new Control Center , which on the iPad, comes with a new multitasking screen. Next scroll downward and select the Green Plus Icon which is beside the Screen Recording option. However, it's also possible to manually offload app data on a case by case basis. Reports suggest that Apple will incorporate a feature in iOS 11 which will allow iPhone users to exchange password simply by approving a nearby phone and sending them the password. Read More »

Apple is about to make it obsolete


While it has been available on rival OTT device maker Roku's streaming boxes since 2011, the Amazon app has been conspicuously absent on Apple TV. Apple has supported 64-bit apps since the release of the iPhone 5S back in 2013 and has required developers to submit new applications with 64-bit support since February 2015 and app updates since June 2015. Read More »

Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences in east London


London attackers (from left) Khuram Butt , Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba. KFC told Newsweek it has no record of Zaghba working at that location, owned by Franchisee Auriga Holdings. " Khuram Shazad Butt was known to the police and MI5", the Metropolitan Police said in a statement on Monday. Detectives from London police's counterterrorism command raided properties in east London on Thursday, detaining three people on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of ... Read More »

Cancel Trump's proposed state visit to United Kingdom, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Khan had said in one of his first statements in reaction to the attack that people would see an increased police presence on the streets of the capital and should not be alarmed by that. "I think that's an important message". " There's no reason to be alarmed ". "Maybe rather than the mayor of London attacking, maybe he should do something about it", he said. Read More »

Apple unveils Indian prices of new iPads and Macs


The device is equipped with Intel Kaby Lake processors that can be clocked up to 4.2GHz with the Turbo Boost technology. Memory: Apple stated at WWDC2017 that the solid state drives (SSDs) on the 2017 MacBook Pro would be 50 percent faster than SSDs in previous models . Read More »

What Will the New iOS 11 Bring?

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the five-day WWDC with announcements of a a new operating system, a new iPad Pro and a the HomePod , a music speaker and home assistant. This means that whenever you switch between your iPad or iPhone , your Siri , iMessages and photos data will sync across all devices . In addition, Apple's tvOS and watchOS received minor updates. Read More »

MK Labour Party raise questions over Conservative-DUP deal

May put on a courageous face after Thursday's vote, expressing sorrow for the MPs who lost their seats but refusing to acknowledge how her election gamble backfired. Speaking after visiting Buckingham Palace on Friday, she said only her party had the "legitimacy" to govern, despite falling eight seats short of a majority, the BBC reported. Read More »

Theresa May big loser in UK snap vote

Many analysts said it was unlikely May could remain leader for long now that her authority has been eroded. The Conservative Party is notoriously ruthless in getting rid of weak leaders, and the bookie's current favourite will be familiar to the whole country. Read More »

Saudi Arabia, allies issue Qatar-linked terror blacklist

Libya followed suit. Yemen broke off diplomatic relations with Qatar citing Doha's links with Houthis. The reported attack on Al-Jazeera is apparently not a denial-of-service attack, as the company's website remains available. In another development, Russia said Sheikh Mohammed would fly to Moscow for talks with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, on Saturday. It is expected that the ongoing Gulf crisis and ways of resolving it will be discussed, reports TASS. Read More »

IOS 11 Will Enable The iPhone Camera App To Read QR Codes

While announcing new named updates for iOS, macOS and watchOS during its WWDC keynote on Monday, Apple stopped short of announcing a new version of the Apple TV's tvOS platform. Sadly, Apple can not do anything about this since it is up to the developers to upgrade their apps. Browse to General, About, Applications and look for the "App Compatibility" section, where you should see any outdated apps. Read More »

Trump eases Qatar critique, offers to mediate Gulf spat

Saudi Arabia has already closed its airspace to Qatari planes, and - along with Bahrain - has revoked the licence of Qatar Airways. Arab countries at odds with Qatar accuse it of supporting militant groups and advancing their arch-rival Iran's agenda in the region - charges Doha calls baseless. Read More »

House Republicans pass bill to rip up fiduciary, post-crisis bank rules


The bill also significantly curtails the powers of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau , a potential sticking point from Senate Democrats . Speaking on the House floor Thursday, Royce said that in California small community banks and credit unions are going out of business and are "struggling under this Dodd-Frank legislation..." The Financial Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrpreneurs Act aims to curb the amount of regulation banks dealing in derivatives ... Read More »

Apple's iOS 11 Makes It Harder for Uber to Track Your Location


We spotted the change on the MacRumors forum . A beta version released to developers has given the public the first sign of how Apple could keep the iPhone fresh, confirming previous rumors that future smartphones will feature a new display technology among other features. Read More »

IOS 11 pulls the plug on iPhone 5 and 5C

The Pro gets a 12-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, along with a 7-megapixel FaceTime HD camera . This isn't a surprise; developers have had almost two years to update their apps to comply with the newest standards. Apple has redesigned the App Store in iOS 11 and it is also bringing in a revamped Podcasts app. The "new" iPad Pro devices now hold up full-size keyboard of iOS 11 on the screen. Read More »

London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck


It apologised for the "insensitive mistake" and said the charges, which can be up to £130, will be cancelled. She said: "People will be thinking about what happened last Saturday night and respecting those who have lost their lives, their families and those who have been affected but also not giving in to terrorists and that includes in the immediate surrounds of Borough market ". Read More »

Apple introduces new iMac Pro and updates iMac and MacBook Pro line

Encased in a space gray housing, the iMac Pro retains the same form factor as its recent iMac predecessors while offering massive improvements to the spec sheet. As for the refreshed iMacs, Apple says they will ship with the latest Intel Kaby Lake processor, a 43 percent brighter display, up to 64GB of memory, up to 80 percent faster graphics, and up to 2TB of storage. Read More »

May's top aides resign after UK election fiasco


Public opinion polls from 1982 suggest that Thatcher nearly surely would have won had she called an election that year. Almost 13 million people voted for us to do it. Senior Conservatives had reportedly made the resignations of Timothy and Hill a condition for supporting the prime minister's leadership in the new government. Read More »

The London attacks were almost much worse


Officers then appear to shoot the men, one of whom runs towards an officer who continues to shoot until the suspect hits the ground. The van was used to mow down the first victims, killing three of them, as it mounted the pavement on the busy bridge last Saturday night. Read More »

You can now watch Apple's full WWDC 2017 keynote on YouTube

Both are also up for sale on the Apple Store. If a person will order the new iPad Pro 2 online, that person can expect the new tablet to be delivered next week, Examiner reported. Not a computer for the average user, it's clearly aimed at design professionals, and this is made clear by the $5,000 price tag. Overall, the news is pretty much what we expected: Intel's components are the only major change here. Read More »

Why Apple's HomePod won't just collect dust on your shelf


Richard Windsor from Edison Investment Research said: " Apple has positioned this as something that the user buys for a high-quality audio experience with Siri coming as an added bonus". This smart speaker is definitely superior in terms of technology but if it does not give the user the liberty to collaborate the speaker with any other source of music, then it might lose its appeal in the market. Read More »

One more MP farmer dies, toll rises to six

Later, protests spread to some other parts of the state.Earlier on Saturday, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan sat on an indefinite fast at Dussehra Maidan in Bhopal for "restoration of peace". "Besides, the state government's move to promote digital payment in place of cash for procuring produce from farmers in the mandis (markets) aggravated the woes of the cultivators", he said. Read More »

Election a disaster for PM May: Sturgeon


The Scottish Conservatives surpassed their expectations to win 13 seats. The Tories won the region of Angus from the SNP, previously among one of the nationalists' safer seats. While, in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon's SNP suffered significant defeats. Ms Dugdale said the prime minister's decision to call a snap poll seven weeks ago had backfired. Read More »

IMac Pro vs iMac 2017: what's the difference?

The new iMac Pro has the same basic chassis as the current iMac range. The Mac Mini hasn't been updated in years and isn't really worth your consideration now. The MacBook Pro may be the star of the show this fall. The 455/555 is now the entry-level option in the £2,350 base model, replacing the significantly weaker Radeon Pro 450. Read More »

United Kingdom government agrees outline deal with DUP for support

A source within the DUP told The Telegraph : "We wouldn't agree with parts of the Conservative manifesto". The Conservatives are at 12 and the SNP is at two. "I don't want to be derogatory but I think she is a lame duck prime minister", he told BBC Radio. It is bad. She is in a very hard place. "This is flawless territory for the DUP because obviously if the Conservatives are just short of an overall majority it puts us in a very strong negotiating position". Read More »