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Watch the dramatic new trailer for 'Game of Thrones' season 7

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In an ideal world, the three claimants would put aside their differences and unite to face this common threat. It's always been real, " urges the king in the north. "Because the enemy is real ". From there, the new Game of Thrones season 7 trailer shatters into thrilling fragments of barely-seen story. Jon Snow was tending to that, "For quite a long time, our families battled together against their elemental adversary". Read More »

Apple launches Homepod, takes aim at Amazon's Echo

The speaker is powered by Apple's A8 processor, powerful enough to control a device like the HomePod . The HomePod will be available starting in December, initially in the USA, the United Kingdom, and Australia . From the constant commercials to references on TV, late night talk shows and beyond, Alexa has become one of the most popular home speaker assistants in the past year . Read More »

Who Will Blackhawks Protect in NHL Expansion Draft?

Now it's on Golden Knights general manager George McPhee to spend the next three days poring over the list of available players as the team selects one from each of the NHL's 30 teams. Impending unrestricted free agent forward Patrick Sharp is also preemptively available to Vegas during their exclusive 72-hour free agency window (which would preclude Dallas losing anyone else via the expansion draft) but that does not seem to be a probable outcome. Read More »

E3 2017: Why Metroid Prime 4 Was Announced Early In Development

Those include voice chat, but also entertainment services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, which he said Nintendo "recognizes are important for a device you can take with you". Nintendo has clearly learned its lessons from the Wii U by scheduling a big game on the Switch nearly every single month until the end of the year, but imagine if all the developers making games for the 3DS were making Switch games instead? Splatoon 2 also comes out in July and, not counting the Mario and Rabbids ... Read More »

IPhone 8 Design, iPhone 7S Wireless Charging [Leak]

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A reddit user going by the name kamikasky claims that a friend in the industry sent him/her the covers. The pictures reportedly come from an accessories manufacturer who received them from a Chinese glass supplier. Both the panels confirm the rumors the surrounding the highly anticipated iPhone 8 (aka iPhone X). The camera ring has also been leaked, and it shows places for two sensors, with the flash sitting in between the two. Read More »

Apple Legalizes In-App Tipping for Content Creators

Not all developers out there want your birth certificate and bathing schedule, but enough have proven themselves less than scrupulous over the years , so anything Apple and Google do to help users limit data collection and location tracking is always welcome. Read More »

Andy Rubin's Essential phone will be a Sprint exclusive

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There has yet to be an announcement of the cost when purchased through the carrier, but if Sprint wants to draw in new customers, it's likely going to be available for a fraction of its $699 unlocked price tag. The carrier variant will also be available from U.S. Best Buy stores and via the retailer's website as well. Rubin, known as the father of Android , worked at Google for many years, before moving to China to work for Xiaomi. Read More »

OnePlus 5 To Launch In India On June 22

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Also, the company will host Pop-up events in New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Oulu, Tampere, Turku, and Copenhagen. These rules have been shared on Facebook, and suggest not only the price of the device in Finland, but Europe in general, as most of Europe had the same price for the OnePlus 3T, and Finland was a part of that group of countries, so we're guessing the same will happen with the OnePlus 5 as well. Read More »

Android O listed as Android 8.0 in Developer Preview 3 update

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Last year, Google launched the long-acclaimed Pixel and Pixel XL phones, but they didn't quite reach the expectations of the users. Nexus phones like the 5X and 6P will follow shortly after, with other devices being updated as and when the manufacturers and networks issue the over-the-air update. Read More »

Gear Thursday: Apple iMac 5K Retina 2017 first look

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The new iMac features Radeon Pro 500 series graphics and the 27-inch iMac is equipped with a Retina 5K display and can be fitted with up to 8GB of dedicated VRAM and the smaller 21.5-inch iMac is fitted with a Retina 4K display and up to 4GB. Read More »

Apple 'HomePod' speaker to take on Amazon, Google

Just as Google and Facebook did at their developer conferences this year, Apple announced an augmented reality platform called ARKit to allow developers to more easily create augmented reality apps, such as Pokémon Go, which overlay digital objects on to the real world. Read More »

Apple Takes On Distracted Driving With New Feature

And if you release a major new version that drastically changes the core features of your app, you can press the big button to reset the App Store ratings. Users will also be able to dismiss the notice by saying they are passengers. Apple's control over both its operating system and the hardware on which that software runs came up throughout the keynote. Read More »

Apple announces upgrades across all its Macs at WWDC 2017

Besides, Apple has even embedded the solid state drive in the new MacBook Pro models for providing faster approach. According to The Guardian , its price starts at $4,999 and will be available as soon as December of this year. This is something new and something that, to my memory , AMD hasn't announced or discussed yet. For graphics acceleration Apple is equipping the new Radeon Pro Vega GPU , claimed to be " the most advanced graphics ever in a Mac ". Read More »

WWDC 2017: Apple introduces smart compact music speaker

During Jobs' last decade, Apple introduced the iPod, iPhone and iPad - all huge commercial successes that both reshaped daily life and swamped previous digital music players, smartphones and tablets. Those rumors were confirmed today as Apple unveiled HomePod at WWDC 2017 . Apple said it has also updated the processors in its iMac and MacBook Pro lineup to Intel's most recent "Kaby Lake" processors. Read More »

Apple shows off watchOS 4

Raising your wrist would show detailed information on a specific subject based on your habits. For users, relevant passes can appear right here on the watch face including third-party apps. Perhaps more usefully, the watch will also be able to interact with a variety of connected devices via Bluetooth and gym equipment via NFC. This means that there will be two way data transfer. Read More »

White House: Trump will not exert executive privilege over Comey

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Senators are expected to grill Comey - in both an open and a closed panel - on certain conversations with Trump or his aides, including one in which Trump reportedly asked Comey to drop an investigation into former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynns dealings with Russian Federation and Turkey. Read More »

Apple debuted the newest version of MacOS on Monday - here's what's new

Apple File System is also coming to macOS as the new default file management system. Apple File System (APFS ) is included in macOS High Sierra . The newer version of the operating system ran the same command instantly. Video has evolved from H.264 to keep up with the spread of 4K HDR video, so Apple now supports H.265 codecs for maximum quality in playback. Read More »

YouTube bans 'hateful' videos from making money via its advertising network

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YouTube has revised its guidelines to be more specific for content creators to point out which videos will be eligible for ad monetization and which videos will be not. Hundreds of Advertisers stopped sponsoring Ads on YouTube. "We hope this additional information will provide you with more insight into the types of content that brands have told us they don't want to advertise against and help you to make more informed content decisions", said Bardin. Read More »