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'The Fate of the Furious' races to record opening

Combined with its domestic take, the film has raked in $532.5 million worldwide, breaking the previous record held by "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". Audiences were 58 percent male, 50 percent under the age of 25 and diverse (41 percent were Caucasian, 26 percent Hispanic and 19 percent African American). Read More »

Samsung: Galaxy S8 preorders outpacing those of S7 in the US

The company does the same with S8 smartphones as well. The Galaxy S8 doesn't go out to consumers until April 21, but the early signs are positive. Even the company is expecting huge pre-orders in India as well. The model to be launched in India is expected to sport the Samsung Exynos 8895 SoC instead of the standard Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. While he didn't cite a source, he believes dual cameras are coming to the upcoming Galaxy Note 8, a device that Samsung is working on now and could ... Read More »

Microsoft confirms Windows' NSA hacking loopholes have been patched

The released files appear to indicate that the NSA had infiltrated two of SWIFT's service bureaus, allowing the monitoring of transactions of financial institutions in Kuwait, Dubai, Bahrain, Jordan, Yemen and Qatar. No one has yet discovered the identity of Shadow Brokers, or of the hackers that gained access to the NSA materials. The slide referred to ASA firewalls. Read More »

$50K Reward Offered For Facebook Killer Who Posted Video Of Murder Online


The FBI has also asked for the public's help in finding suspected Facebook Live shooter Steve Stephens , asking anyone with information on his potential whereabouts to come forward. The police chief said authorities didn't know whether Stephens was still in the Cleveland area. Local, state and federal law enforcement are involved in the search, said Anthony. Read More »

The Switch Is Nintendo's Fastest-Selling Console In The US Ever

Nintendo Switch's early sales surpassed all other consoles in the company's history, at least as far as the United States is concerned. However, it still has a long way to go to break the record of its sibling console, the original Wii, which sold more than 100 million units. Read More »

Possible conditions for life discovered on Saturn moon

NASA stresses the findings, that were announced in the journal Science , do not mean that there is life on either moon, but that there may be favourable conditions to harbour life. space agency said. The new findings support that conclusion and add that the rock appears to be reacting chemically to produce the hydrogen. Scientists believe there is an ocean of tidally heated liquid water beneath Enceladus' surface - making it a prime target in the search for extra-terrestrial life. Read More »

United changes policy that allowed crew to displace passengers


The results released today beat Wall Street expectations, however. United needed better incentives. The power to raise prices was also swinging United's way. Employees first tried to get four volunteers, but when no one gave up their seats for $800 plus a night's stay at a hotel employees started selecting people at random. Read More »

Samsung launching Galaxy S8 in India on April 19

The mobile division's chief stressed that the Galaxy S8 is the safest among all mobile devices on the market. The two run on Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box with TouchWiz UI on top. The company has reportedly had problems with the voice-recognition performance of the English version of Bixby. But again, the customers don't seem to be held down from buying the flagship device for this reason. Read More »

What Will The iPhone 8 Be Like?

Recent reports have suggested that Apple may be having difficulties accomplishing this. The report , via Reuters , detailed that Apple has power management design centers in the works in Munich and California. The leaked specifications and features provide an insight into what additional perks the device will offer to its users. Apple sold a mere 45.5 milllion and 78.4 million iPhone units during the third and final quarters of 2016. Read More »

Samsung putting Note 7 behind it as S8 pre-orders surpass S7's

The better-than-expected preorders raise hopes that Samsung's new flagship which will officially hit shelves later this month, may sell more than 40 million copies. "We expect buying and selling in the smartphone category on eBay to break records this year as Aussies get swept up in the hype that the 10th anniversary iPhone in particular is going to generate". Read More »

United CEO 'ashamed'; says airline won't use police to remove passengers anymore


But how could it have been prevented in the first place? "It's just a financial solution", David Neeleman, the founder of JetBlue (JBLU), said Wednesday on CNN's "New Day". United flights amount to 70 percent of the air traffic at Newark. That's what happened to nearly all the 40,629 passengers who were involuntarily bumped from USA airlines in 2016. Read More »

Donald Trump suggests Susan Rice committed crime, cites no evidence

It was an awkward interview . It remains to be seen if Rice will ever respond to Paul's requests, or if serious Congressional investigations will be launched regarding the legality of her actions. When a name is unmasked it is only provided to the official who requested it, and therefore unmasking is not equivalent to leaking the name. Questioned by reporters, Rice dodged the question. Read More »

New leak suggests NSA penetrated Mideast banking networks

Researchers were able to replicate some of the hacks. Affected computers will remain vulnerable until Microsoft releases patches for the zero-day vulnerabilities and, more crucially, until their owners then apply those patches. "It's a huge slap on the face of NSA", said Bulgarian antivirus expert Vesselin Bontchev in an email. A spokesperson for the NSA did not return a call Friday. Read More »

North Korea missile test: Latest launch 'blew up almost immediately'

Seattle the "ultimate target" for North Korea nuclear bomb, expert says. The latest missile launch came a day after Pyongyang staged a massive military parade , showcasing almost 60 missiles - including a suspected new ICBM. Trump will "take action that is in the best interest of the American people". But he added the response will be different if it is a nuclear test. "The President and his military team are aware of North Korea's most recent unsuccessful missile launch". Read More »

United changes policy, crew can't displace seated passengers


After aviation security officers dragged the passenger off the plane, he suffered a concussion, broken nose, the loss of two front teeth, and injuries to his sinuses. "It got my nail, mostly", he said Mr Bell flicked the scorpion on to the floor and a flight attendant covered it with a cup before throwing it away in the bathroom. Read More »

Pope Francis opens free laundromat for homeless

Pope Francis' Office of Papal Charities has already set up showers, a barber shop, a dormitory, a healthcare clinic and a pharmacy for the poor in the eternal city. Sunday's attacks, carried out by two suicide bombers, were the deadliest on the Egyptian Christian community for years. They revealed that during the past hours the Coptic Church and the Vatican discussed the anticipated visit following the two church attacks that killed dozens. Read More »

Apple gets go-ahead to test self-driving cars in California


TechCrunch reports that permit from California's Department of Motor Vehicles covers three cars - the same 2015 Lexus RX540h cars Google's used in its self-driving auto program - and six drivers. It now seems that Apple is working in partnership to develop technology with an established manufacturer of motor vehicles. Almost 25 companies have been granted permission by California DMV for self-driving vehicles. Read More »

LG Display shares up 1% upon rumored Google invest in flexible OLED


Google has already confirmed that it will be launching the second-generation Pixel smartphones this year. As of 2017, Samsung was the only company that could produce the volume and quality that Apple required, which meant players like LG Display and Sharp would only supply the panels for iPhones launched after 2017. Read More »

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

That is the question NASA scientists are asking after an incredible discovery on Enceladus, a moon of the planet Saturn. Meanwhile, Dr. David Clements, astrophysicist at Imperial College London, said: 'This discovery does not mean that life exists on Enceladus, but it is a step on the way to that result'. Read More »

Cormier retains light heavyweight belt, retires Johnson


Cormier gave Johnson a rear naked choke, forcing him to tap out. Not only that, but Johnson landed a head kick shortly before round one ended, which appeared to break Cormier's nose. "I understand NY is new to regulating mixed martial arts, but they've been doing boxing for a long time ", he said. "I like the guy I was ready to fight I was fighting". Read More »

North Korea plan ANOTHER nuclear test

Trump has asked the National Security Council to integrate the efforts various agencies to provide options and have them ready for him if DPRK's pattern of destabilizing behavior continues, McMaster added. North Korea was a top topic on the Sunday talk shows as well. His visit followed an impressive parade Saturday to mark the "Day of the Sun ", the most important day in the North Korean calendar , when Pyongyang showed off an array of new missiles and launchers. Read More »

Apple Receives Permit in California to Test Self-Driving Cars

Kelly, in a news release . However, as Business Insider also reported at the time , Apple previously sent a letter to the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) back in December, saying that they were both "invested and excited" when it came to "autonomous driving software". Read More »

Trump says Russian Federation relations may be at 'all-time low,' praises Tillerson


Later Wednesday, Trump planned to hold talks at the White House with Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's secretary-general, while Trump's secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, was scheduled to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow. But Assad said evidence came only from "a branch of al Qaeda", referring to a former extremist affiliate that is among the groups that control Idlib province, where Khan Sheikhun is located. Read More »

Star Wars Battlefront 2 launches in November

Star Wars: Battlefront II's campaign will revolve around the untold story of an elite group of Imperial Commandos, a departure from the norm in that most Star Wars tales, particularly in the movies and most video games , revolve around the heroes of the Rebels or the Republic. Read More »

Tesla set to unveil electric semi-truck in September


The news was tweeted by CEO Elon Musk today, and he says the semi is "seriously next level". "Team has done an unbelievable job", Musk said in the tweet. The addition of a semitrailer and pickup would boost its lineup. The company is now designing, developing, and manufacturing the highly anticipated model three midmarket sedan, which will be the companies cheapest and most affordable automobile yet. Read More »

Trump says US-Russia relations may be at 'all-time low'

Responding to the deaths, President Donald Trump dispatched two destroyers to the region on April 6 and launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on the Al Shayrat air base, from which US officials have said the aircraft that delivered the gas were launched. Read More »

Bruins to face Senators in first round of playoffs


After the game, Toronto coach Mike Babcock said that ideally Andersen would start the regular-season finale against the Columbus Blue Jackets . Again, it's not just the Ovechkin factor that will keep the Leafs busy. "To me that's like Wendel, Crosby and Gretzky did it, no cockiness or entitlement". It took all of 14 minutes 18 seconds for Auston Matthews to set his first record this season. Read More »

Xbox Project Scorpio will support FreeSync displays


The console will be 40-percent more powerful than the PS4 Pro and 4.5 times more than the Xbox One. Now, we've gotten an idea of what the final system may look like thanks to recently released pictures of the Project Scorpio dev kit. Read More »

Life beyond earth? Try Saturn's moon Enceladus

He receives funding from the UK Space Agency and the Science & Technology Facilities Council for work related to Mercury and the European Space Agency's Mercury orbiter BepiColombo. This reaction involves combining hydrogen with carbon dioxide dissolved in water to produce methane. There are many kinds of "methanogenic" organisms at deep sea hydrothermal vents on Earth that do this. Read More »

Saturn's Moon Enceladus Could Have Conditions for Life

Cassini , nearing the end of its extended 13-year mission at Saturn, discovered plumes jetting away from Enceladus after the spacecraft arrived in 2004. Scientists have found a potential food source for life on a world in our solar system, raising the tantalizing possibility that organisms could thrive in a place besides Earth. Read More »

Palace recovers to hold Leicester 2-2 and boost survival bid


Physically and mentally we are very strong, and the mental side showed by coming back today to get back to 2-2. Yohan Cabaye responded nearly instantly for the hosts however and Sam Allardyce's side continued their recent resurgence by claiming a point when Christian Benteke struck with 20 minutes remaining. Read More »