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The screens on the new phones have a wider colour gamut, and Apple has said that the new sensors are calibrated to the screens, so colours should be more accurate than ever. " One source suggested the products use near field magnetic induction, a mature technology that has been used in hearing aids for the past decade" and now available in chips from NXP Semiconductors, at least to synchronize the two devices.
  • Terremoto, due scosse in Campania. Gente in strada

    Terremoto, due scosse in Campania. Gente in strada

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    La prima scossa , di magnitudo 1.9 (e non 1.4) è stata registrata dagli strumenti dell'Osservatorio Vesuviano alle 20,11 e 12 secondi. Tanta paura per gli abitanti e i turisti che affollano l'isola che si sono immediatamente riversati in strada.
  • Samsung to stop using batteries from Samsung SDI in Note 7

    Samsung to stop using batteries from Samsung SDI in Note 7

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    So far only 35 devices have been reported to be defective, out of over 2 million, but we're still seeing a lot of users who want to get something else. Alternatively, customers will also be able to ask for a full refund. The scale of the unprecedented recall, which some analysts forecast will cost Samsung almost $5bn (£3.7bn) in revenue this year, follows a separate supply-chain management issue that led to disappointing sales of the Galaxy S6 series last year.
  • Clinton and Trump: How they view ISIS, Putin, and US generals

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    In what many saw as a preview of the September 26 debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump set out very different positions on foreign policy in a national security forum Wednesday night. She's been the Secretary of State and she served well. "That's not only unsafe, it should be disqualifying". Donald Trump says that he had a "thoughtful and substantive" conversation with Mexico's president on Wednesday as he kicks off a long-awaited speech on immigration.
  • Why the Internet Is Outraged About Matt Lauer's Interview With Hillary Clinton

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    Hillary Clinton will convene a bipartisan meeting with national security experts and former officials on terrorism on Friday in New York City, the Democratic nominee said on Thursday. In an interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto on March 21, 2003, just a day after the start of the invasion, Trump sounded optimistic about how the actions of the military would impact the stock market.
  • China Warns Pro-Independence Protestors After Hong Kong Elections

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    Helped by a record voter turnout, some of the young protesters who took part in Hong Kong's enormous 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations will now wield a small measure of real political power for the first time. The LegCo has 70 constituency seats but only 35 of these are elected directly by Hong Kong's population. "Pan-democrat" lawmakers now control 27 of 70 seats, compared with 43 held by lawmakers friendly to Beijing.
  • Attica remembered? Florida quells major prison disturbance

    Attica remembered? Florida quells major prison disturbance

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    There was one inmate on inmate injury that occurred during the disturbance. The injured staff member was taken to the hospital, but no further details were released. As of Thursday morning, at least three of the dorms are back in control of the prison officers. In July , a correctional officer suffered burns after an inmate an inmate threw a pot of scalding water in the officer's face.
  • At least 5 killed in Syrian explosion

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    The Russian Foreign Ministry warned yesterday Turkey's actions "could further complicate the military and political situation in Syria , which is dire as it is", and jeopardise peace efforts. The Kurdish forces have been employed as the Pentagon's main proxy forces in terms of ground operations against ISIS, receiving weapons, funding, training and support from USA special operations units on the ground in Syria .
  • Corea Nord: terremoto nel nordest, forse test nucleare

    Corea Nord: terremoto nel nordest, forse test nucleare

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    Il sisma artificiale potrebbe essere un test nucleare deciso per celebrare il 68/o anniversario della nascita della Repubblica democratica di Corea, avvenuta il 9 settembre del 1948 su iniziativa di Kim Il-sung. Seul ha convocato d'urgenza il Consiglio per la sicurezza nazionale. Lo ha detto il premier nipponico Shinzo Abe dopo che il governo di Tokyo ha confermato che il tremore registrato, pari a un'intensità sismica di 5.0 nelle coste nord orientali della penisola coreana, è stato causato ...
  • Super Mario Run Coming to Your iPhone This Year!

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    Shigeru Miyamoto , the designer of Super Mario Bros. and The Legend Of Zelda , took to the stage yesterday to share news of his new game, in association with Apple, Super Mario Run . Long-time fans may worry that transitioning Mario to mobile would over-simplify the formula, but Konno and Miyamoto's involvement is cause for optimism, especially given some of the features shown off on Apple's stage.
  • A Closer Look At Matt Lauer's Presidential Forum Performance

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    And I opposed the reckless way Hillary Clinton took us out, ' Trump said. Trump went through the tic-toc of many of his quotes about the war. "Clinton is getting the backing of more senior military service members and former officials with command and management experience than any non-incumbent Democrat due to her proven record of diplomacy and steady leadership on the world stage", her campaign said in a news release.
  • 'What is Aleppo?': US politician in hot water after embarrassing gaffe

    'What is Aleppo?': US politician in hot water after embarrassing gaffe

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    That's a very generous way to look at it, and hardly one that smooths this over for the candidate. Asked by " Morning Joe " panelist Mike Barnicle what he would do about Aleppo, Johnson stared blankly and said, "And what is Aleppo?". "What would you do, if you were elected, about Aleppo?" Johnson put out a statement after the show saying he was thinking about an acronym rather than the Syrian conflict when he was asked the question.