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One terrorsits with three OGWs killed in south Kashmir's Shopian

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The incident took place at 8 pm. The latest incident comes more than a month after three civilians were killed after the army opened fire on protesters in the same district on January 27. Locals identified the deceased as Suhail Khalil Wagay, Muhammad Shahid Khan and Shahnawaz Ahmad Wagay, all resident of Shopian district. However, the Srinagar-based Defence spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said the three were over-ground workers (OGW) and accomplices of the slain militant. Read More »

Lawsuit alleges YouTube hiring practices discriminated against white and Asian men

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Wilberg-who worked at Google for nine years, including four years as a recruiter at YouTube-filed his lawsuit in January after he was sacked last November in what he claims was retaliation for his complaints about the hiring policies. Google has been training its employees how to recognize unconscious bias, but Damore's memo is proof that diversity is not always seen as part of Google's cultural values. Read More »

First Alcatel phone with Android Oreo Go edition launched

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Both devices run the Go version of Android 8.0 Oreo which comes pre-installed with "Go" version of popular Google apps. It comes with a lightweight version of Google Apps. "It is something that we feel will work best for the consumer", he explained. Despite being lightweight, Android Oreo GO boasts a number of features including notification grouping, performance improvements and battery usage optimisation, picture-in-picture support for video, Bluetooth 5, support for auto-fillers, ... Read More »

Motherhood suits Kylie Jenner as she debuts first pic with Stormi

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The new picture makes the third time Stormi has been seen since she arrived on Feb 1. In a series of shaky Instagram moments, Kylie proudly boasted "one month" as she focused in on her toned tummy and shape. He shared a photo of her lying down in her crib in a pink knitted sweater that read, "Daddy". Meanwhile, another new photo of Stormi appeared on the Travis' Snapchat . Read More »

Kylie Jenner shares first video of Stormi

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Kylie Jenner doted on her baby daughter Stormi in a Snapchat clip posted Sunday, in which she played with her infant daughter's feet. Travis gifted Kylie with the black sports vehicle, of which reportedly only 500 were ever made, and the couple debuted her new ride while on a lunch date later on Saturday. Read More »

Chairman of China's Geely Has 9.7% Stake in Daimler

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For the time being neither Geely Group nor any other company in the Zhejiang Geely Holding Group intend to acquire additional shares. "Geely will help Daimler take the lead in electric vehicles and online technological services", said Li Shufu , chairman of Geely. Read More »

Dropbox files for public stock offering of $500 mln

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Dropbox competes with Box and Atlassian, two business-software companies valued on the public markets at $3.17 billion and $12.37 billion as of Friday afternoon. While Dropbox has been touting its scale - with more than 500 million registered users - and the fact that it is cash-flow positive, the filing gives a more in-depth look at its financials. Read More »

Google Lens Search Comes To More Phones

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ARCore allows developers to build apps that can place digital objects on top of a phone's camera view, and then have them behave like real-world objects. Since all we have to go on is Google Issue Tracker's note that a dark mode feature will show up in a future Android version, we have no idea if the future dark mode will be the same or similar to the one initially available on the Pixel 2, or be something more akin to what custom ROMs offer. Read More »

This is the astonishing Ferrari 488 Pista

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To match its rival from Britain, the Pista has been subjected to Ferrari's biggest jump yet between standard coupe and special model. Lighter than before, the 4-litre 90-degree twin-turbo V8 engine makes 709 bhp@8000 rpm and 78.57 kgm@3000 rpm (in 7th gear). Read More »

Anyone Need OLED Panels? Poor iPhone X Sales Leave Samsung with Surplus

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The original target was for around 45 million to 50 million iPhone X displays, reports Nikkei . Apple itself saw a stock fall of 0.89 percent in pre-trading. Not only would that secure Apple's supply chain - given the terms of the deal apparently earmarked it all the panels it wanted - it would have a side-benefit of reducing its dependence on arch-rival Samsung . Read More »

Microsoft dropping support for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8.0

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For those of you using newer Windows phones will not have to worry as it only affects the older phones. In the statement, Microsoft noted, "Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0 have reached their end of support dates and thus services for these versions of Windows will be discontinued over time". Read More »

Employees Can't Stop Smashing Their Heads Into Apple's Glass Walls

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The interior work spaces, known as "pods", are also made of glass. A search on the site based on Apple's name in California found no reports of injuries at the company's new campus. According to California law , "employees shall be protected against the hazard of walking through glass by barriers or by conspicuous durable markings", so the Labor Code reads. Read More »

For First Time, Facebook Seen Losing Youth Audience To Snapchat

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The number of total Facebook users in the United States will reach 169.5 million this year, up just under 1% from 2017, they say. It's not just teens that are losing interest in Facebook: the website is predicted to lose 2 million users who are 24 or younger in 2018, while Snapchat is expected to gain 1.9 million users from the same age group. Read More »

Apple rethinks software release schedule for iPhone, iPad and Mac

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To be clear, there will still be updates every year, but engineers will simply have more control over which ones they elect to get released or hold back if need be. According to the Verge , Apple is also beta testing a way to disable throttling in its 11.3 iOS update. Unfortunately, Maestri said that Apple expects to reduce the channel inventory levels of the company's latest iPhone models (iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X ) in the current quarter. Read More »

Reply is working on bringing Smart Reply to all messaging apps

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In an email to the volunteers, Area 120 said, "You probably get a lot of messages". Reply is created to work with a number of popular messaging services, including Google Hangouts and Allo , Whatsapp , Facebook Messenger , Android Messages , Skype , Twitter direct messages and Slack . Read More »

Tata Motors showcases its electric future

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Ayush Lohia, CEO of Lohia Auto , told ET, "After a significant success in keeping the electric vehicle moment alive, we are now geared up to take the brand to the next pedestal by adding more value to the products in terms of speed, power and reach". Read More »

An Apple iOS source code was leaked online

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The code itself is from iOS9, and although the most current iOS is iOS11.2.5, the older code may still be used in the updated operating system. Eventually, the code was then posted in a Discord chat group, and was shared to Reddit roughly four months ago (although that post was apparently removed by a moderation bot automatically). Read More »

North Korea holds massive military parade on eve of Olympics

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Kim Yo Jong's trip, a rare visit to the South by a member of the North's ruling family, is a measure of her political clout, according to analysts. North Korea has sent hundreds of people to the Olympics in the South, including officials, athletes, artists, journalists and a 230-member cheering group. Read More »

Google brings back Nest into the fold, teams up with hardware team

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Google said that this is to "supercharge" the original mission of Nest , which is "to create a more thoughtful home " that will take care of the people within it. For the most part Nest and Google existed separate of each other, where they each did their own thing. At the time, Nest founder and Chief Product Officer Matt Rogers wrote in an FAQ that Nest's privacy policy "clearly limits the use of customer information to providing and improving Nest's products and services". Read More »

Capcom reduces the scope of the next Dead Rising

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The staff of the studio, before the wave of layoffs, was 250. Today, from the first hour, Kotaku reported that Capcom Vancouver had undergone a restructuring and, according to a reliable source of which the name was not disclosed in order not to jeopardize his work, around 50 workers were dismissed. Read More »