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Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Delayed Until January 2018

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Furthermore, the tweet was accompanied by a video message from Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom's writer Akihiro Hino. Developer Level-5 simply said that the game needs a few more months of development in order to live up to the expectations set by its critically acclaimed predecessor. Read More »

NASA watching sunspot as it becomes visible - could cause solar flares, auroras

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An active region on the sun - an area of intense and complex magnetic fields - has rotated into view on the sun. Releasing a time-lapse video, the Nasa team showed how the sunspot was growing. It has been called AR2665 and is capable of producing solar flares that could cause radio blackouts no our home planet. The storm has been monitored by Nasa's Solar Dynamics Observatory over the last week. Read More »

Cow vigilantes attack man in Nagpur

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A man, whose identity is yet to be disclosed, has been beaten up by locals in Nagpur's Bharsingi area on suspicion of carrying beef. Ismail Shah admitted in hospital said he wasn't carrying beef but mutton. The SP said the meat has been seized and sent to a forensic lab in Nagpur for testing. "We had received the complaint yesterday. We are still investigating the issue", DCP Shailesh Balkawdewas quoted as saying by the CNN News 18. Read More »

Facebook to Flood Your Messenger Home Screen with Ads

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Competing apps by Microsoft, Apple and Google are certainly cleaner and more user-friendly, but none have the ubiquity nor the user-base to challenge Facebook's grip on the global messaging market. The app also comes with voice calling feature and the ability to manage groups. Managing groups is also possible with this lite version. The Lite app was initially rolled out back in April in countries such as Japan, Vietnam, Germany, Netherlands, Peru, Turkey, and Nigeria. Read More »

Key Things to Know About the Rs 49999 Worth Asus Zenfone AR

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With ZenFone AR , we desire to turn your physical world into a magical world by enabling it to perceive space and motion that goes beyond the boundaries of a touch screen. The company has also revealed that the Asus ZenFone AR sports a vapor cooling system to prevent the phone from overheating. In the camera department the smartphone features a 23-megapixel Sony IMX318 sensor aided with features like TriTech+ autofocus system, second-generation laser focus, dual-PDAF and continuous focus. Read More »

Gartner: PC Industry Suffering '5-Year Slump'

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But there are bright spots, especially for HP, which has regained its number one position and has experienced five straight quarters of growing unit sales. Lenovo's global shipments declined 8.4 percent in the quarter, after two quarters of growth. "In the consumer market, the price hike has a greater impact as buying habits are more sensitive to price increases". Read More »

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Getting First-Person Only Servers

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The highly anticipated first-person restricted servers are heading to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds soon, as the game's creator, Brendan Greene - " PlayerUnknown " himself - confirmed the news today on Twitter . When you're using a first-person viewpoint, you don't have that ability, thus giving third-person players an advantage. Instead, they'll have to gauge the sound of your footsteps or guess your next plan of action. Read More »

Pixel XL 2 To Have More Display Profiles & Always-On Screen

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Today's report also backs up the previous leak by saying that the Pixel XL 2017 will offer a squeezable frame. But Google will certainly draw some lines. The company is expected to immediately follow it up with new high-end sequel models, tentatively called the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The device also sports a fingerprint scanner at the rear that looks to be identical to the ones found on its predecessor. Read More »

Nintendo ends production of the regular New Nintendo 3DS in Japan

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A notification on the Japanese page for the smaller system notes that it's out of production. Wood you miss the New 3DS? New XL consoles will continue to be manufactured alongside the New 2DS XL . Cutting off production of the smaller stereoscopic system could be seen as another nail in the coffin for the gimmicky (and costly) 3D displays. The New Nintendo 2DS XL landed in Japan at the same time the gaming giant quietly ended production for the New Nintendo 3DS (the non-XL version). Read More »

Apple considering rear 3D laser for ARKit applications and autofocus

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The report claims Apple is working to add a "vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser" (VCSEL) system that gives the phone's camera better depth perception. The whole thing costs about $2 per phone, our source says. The laser sends out light beams that bounce off objects and return to the sensor to indicate the precise depth of field of each. Read More »

Jaguar barrel rolls the E-Pace into the record books

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Jaguar is also offering Configurable Dynamics technology for customising throttle, steering and transmission setting on the E-Pace, while there will also be Active Driveline and Torque Vectoring for more a rear-wheel drive feel. "This is a far cry from the lows of under 50,000 units that it sold globally in 2011". Jaguar says the tailpipes - sprouting from within the rear valance - are inspired by jet engines , while the bold front grille is 3D-chamfered. Read More »

AMD's beastly Ryzen Threadripper chips arrive in August starting at $799

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The highest end of the Core i9 series was priced at $1,999 and AMD has chose to price its highest end Threadripper processor at $999, which is just half of that of Intel . We now have some specifications, pricing, and release dates. The Ryzen 3 1200 will, AMD has announced, feature four cores and four threads running at 3.1GHz base and 3.4GHz boost; the Ryzen 3 1300X, meanwhile, increases the clock speed to 3.5GHz base and 3.7GHz boost. Read More »

Discover the latest music with New Release Radio on Google Play Music

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On that note, it does appear that New Release Radio is available from the Google Play Music web player, but it doesn't look like the feature is available in the Play Music app just yet. Google is now rolling out the feature all across the globe, and it should soon be available in the countries where Home is supported. New Release Radio is a mix of newly released songs that are personalized and tailored to each individual user, so if you're listening to it you can expect the songs to fall ... Read More »

LG V30 will be announced on August 31, according to leaked invitation

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So far LG has released V-series smartphones over the past few years, and they have been mostly well-received, so it was probably a safe bet to assume that the LG V30 would be released this year as well. OLED panels will make it possible to show notifications and other alerts on the top part of the screen while the rest of the portion of the screen is in sleep state. Read More »

Google Drive can now back up your entire computer

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As for businesses, Google says the old Drive uploader will continue to function, but it plans to launch Drive File Stream , a similar product to Backup and Sync, sometime this year. But once you find the flawless cloud storage solution , you still have to solve the problem of how to upload all your stuff. Previously, files had to be saved into a special Google Drive folder (as with Dropbox) to get uploaded and synced. Read More »

Reliance Jio updates 4G plans with more data and validity

The earlier launched Rs 309 plan will provide 2 months of unlimited Jio services. Take a look at the tables below to get a clear picture of these plans, or we could bore you with the details right away. This plan offers double the data which is offered under the Rs. 309 plan with an additional cost of Rs. 200. The recharge includes free voice calls - local, STD, roaming - to all operators and unlimited SMSs. Read More »

Man from Rajasthan arrested

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Jio has so far denied media reports and user accounts of a leak. For its part, the operator has claimed that the released data was "inauthentic", and asserted that its subscriber data is secure. The website MediaNama has claimed that, in addition to the aforementioned personal details, the leak has also disclosed the Aadhaar numbers of Jio customers. Read More »

Scientists discover smallest-ever star

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EBLM J0555-57Ab looks a bit like it shouldn't have made the cut: It's only a tiny bit larger than Saturn, or about one-twelfth the size of our sun. In fact, the star is so small that it isn't putting out much heat. EBLM J0555-57Ab is around 600 light-years from Earth, and is smaller than Jupiter - yet its mass is 85 times greater than that of the gas giant. The star was identified by WASP, a planet-finding experiment run by several universities. Read More »

Bank Of Canada Makes First Rate Hike In 7 Years

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It then traded in a range of CAD 1.2924 to CAD 1,2984, with the strongest at CAD 1.2912 during the fourth of July celebration (the highest since September 2016). Some analysts suggest the BOC should hold off on an interest rate hike until later in the year. Rising oil output in the USA as well as solid supply from other oil producing nations have left the commodity in oversupply. Read More »

Apple to set up office in China amid new cyber security law

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Apple's iCloud datacenter is part of a $ 1 billion investment in Guizhou by the USA -based tech giant. The center will improve iCloud user experience by "faster and more stable access to the data service", said Lisa Jackson, Apple's vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives. Read More »

Apple Back-to-School Deals Include Free Beats Gear

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The Solo3 run for around $300, and the Powerbeats3 go for $200, so you're still getting a very good deal on these. These back-to-school deals are available at Apple retail stores, Cupertino's Online Store for Education, authorized campus stores, and via 1-800-MY-APPLE. Read More »

KFC partners with Huawei to sell its own smartphones in China

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In a surprise announcement, Huawei and KFC have revealed that they've cooked up an actual KFC smartphone, complete with Colonel Sanders branding and all. The phone is equipped with a 5-inch LCD display panel with a resolution of 1,280 by 720 pixels. The KFC smartphone is actually the Enjoy 7 released a few days ago. Read More »

In the Network appeared new details about the iPhone 8

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Hargreaves added that continuing to work with third-party engineers on the fingerprint sensor , after it appears that Apple may have given up on one major technology investment, means that Apple's gross margin may be damaged. The iPhone 8 may start at $1,200. Think about how the original Apple iPhone team felt when they were closing in on the introduction of that device. Read More »

NASA releases new photos of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

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NASA's solar-powered Juno spacecraft has successfully completed the closest flyby of Jupiter's iconic Great Red Spot - a massive storm that has been raging on giant planet for over 350 years. Even if you can't contribute to the process, the gorgeous photos that people previously submitted are well worth a jaunt over to NASA's mission Juno website . Read More »

Microsoft Launches 'Seeing AI' Talking Camera App for the Blind

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Otherwise, all you have to do to start identifying things is select from one of five different categories (the app calls them "channels") to help the app understand what type of object it needs to identify. It can also scan barcodes, read documents and recognize United States currency. In other words, this is the same type of technology being used to power innovations like self-driving cars. Read More »

Google Play Store Movies And TV Shows Get HDR Support

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TVs with HDR support are getting more affordable which is why you're seeing content services add support for the standard. Google says there will only be around a dozen movies available at first, but it expects that number to grow. Companies like Amazon and Netflix have supported it for quite some time, and now Google is now offering support, too. It's available to start in the United States and Canada, and Google says it's available via the Chromecast Ultra as well. Read More »

Chinese troops leave for Djibouti to set up military base

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It's not a commercial resupply point. "This base can support Chinese Navy to go farther, so it means a lot", according to CNN . About 46,35,000 military personnel are now serving in the Chinese military, and 34,68,000 are a part of the Indian military. Read More »

One Trillion-Ton Iceberg Breaks Off Larsen C Ice Shelf

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According to scientists, Larsen C is now at its smallest extent and about 10 other shelves further to the north along the Peninsula have either collapsed or retreated significantly in recent decades. The 1-trillion tonne ice chunk is one of the largest icebergs ever to "calve" off the Antarctic ice shield, and has a volume twice that of Lake Erie. Read More »

First Earth-Orbit Teleportation: China Teleports Object To Space Through Quantum Entanglement

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In the present day, this process so much further that scientists have managed to teleport a photon from Earth to an orbiting satellite called Micius 500 kilometers away. This form of immediate change is what is being described when the scientists talk about teleportation. This was done over a distance of 1400 km from a high-altitude (5100 m) ground station in Tibet to QUESS. Read More »