• Google rolling out revamped My Apps and Games section in Play Store

    Google rolling out revamped My Apps and Games section in Play Store

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    I'm not sure I can even recall when exactly this new Google Play Store "My apps & games" made its first appearance, but it feels like it has been popping up for months. Within the tab of My apps and games , the classic way of showing the pending updates is already a thing of the past, because they will not be displayed in the same list as the other installed apps on our Android smartphone.
  • Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro Goes on Sale in India

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    In comparison to last year's Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, both of these phones accumulated just 100,000 combined pre-orders within two days and the Galaxy Note7 garnered 200,000 pre-orders in the same time. Looks like consumers don't seem to be anxious that the Galaxy S8 will face similar battery issues as the Galaxy Note 7. The most popular version in South Korea is now the Galaxy S8 Plus 128 Gigabyte model, which is the first model in Korea to have a 6GB RAM.
  • Tax Day demonstrators demand Trump release returns

    Tax Day demonstrators demand Trump release returns

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    The billionaire business mogul Mark Cuban tweeted Monday that there was "no way" President Donald Trump's 2016 tax returns were under audit. Having tax returns audited by the IRS, as Trump has said he is, does not preclude someone from making the information public.
  • Twitter sues government to stop unmasking of anti-Trump account

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    Several "alt" accounts have emerged after Trump's inauguration, they're accounts for U.S. government agencies claiming to be run by anonymous employees in the departments themselves. The case had highlighted the administration's sensitivity to criticism from within the federal bureaucracy on Twitter feeds that mimic those of government agencies.
  • Sprint's Galaxy S8 Pre-Order To Get A eCertificate for $100

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    This indicates that Samsung has started testing the Android 7.1 update for the two devices. Samsung's Galaxy S8 is a great looking smartphone - it's also covered entirely in very scratchable glass. Samsung has confirmed to Time that Bixby Voice will not be ready to join the debut of Galaxy S8 this month. Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and the devices are set to go on sale in the U.S.
  • Decision to drop huge bomb in Afghanistan purely tactical : United States general

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    The strike in Nangarhar province near the Pakistan border killed 36 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials said. "The bomb's reverberations wave frightened me so badly", he said as he headed back into the village to check the damage. "It was the right time to use it tactically against the right target on the battlefield". The blast destroyed three underground tunnels as well as weapons and ammunition, but no civilians were hurt, Afghan and U.S.
  • Lily Collins Received the Sweetest Letter From Michelle Obama

    Lily Collins Received the Sweetest Letter From Michelle Obama

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    It's not everyday you receive a letter from Michelle Obama herself, so it's hardly surprising that Lily Collins was over-the-moon at her latest piece of mail. Collins, 28, was clearly delighted by the letter, exclaiming in the caption of the photo, "I'll definitely be framing these!" and describing the Wonder Woman stamp used by the former First Lady as "everything".
  • Neil Gorsuch begins his Supreme Court career with a barrage of questions

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    At issue was whether a federal employee who says he was a victim of discrimination should appeal his claims through the system for civil service appeals or before a federal district judge. While the case is a technical one dealing with the scope of the standing doctrine, it is being argued by former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, who served during the Obama administration.
  • Appealing for calm, China says US wants talks on North Korea

    Appealing for calm, China says US wants talks on North Korea

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    Impoverished North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-1953 conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing on Tuesday that the standoff between the two nations could only be resolved by diplomacy.
  • Cloudera Gives IPO Terms Pointing to Potential $1.79 Billion Valuation

    Cloudera Gives IPO Terms Pointing to Potential $1.79 Billion Valuation

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    Its more modest valuation estimates, however, may save the company from having its stock price dip significantly once it goes public. Big data software provider Cloudera has filed an amended document with the United States stock market regulator to issue an initial public offering (IPO) with an expected price range of $12 to $14 a share.
  • Dude Steals 100 Phones at Coachella. Gets Caught

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    A NY man was arrested at Coachella Friday with more than 100 cell phones in his backpack, Indio police said. The signals led them all to one man. As Consequence of Sound points out, the Indio Police Department said that a group of users were able to locate Henao on the festival grounds by using Find My iPhone .