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E3 2017: Xbox One X Will Indeed Support VR

Microsoft's new console also comes with 12 GB of RAM, compared to only 8 GB for Sony's premium device. As we know already, many 360 games are compatible with Xbox One , but this week they announced their expansion on that with the classic Xbox library. Read More »

Brexit talks to start on EU's terms

The talks are set to continue every month throughout the summer. Nearly 12 months ago, by a small but clear majority, the British people voted to leave the European Union . The spokesman added that although some issues would be given early priority "the withdrawal and future are intimately linked". The Conservative source said this meant the party was "confident" it had enough votes for the programme to be approved, after May suffered a disastrous setback in snap elections a week ago that ... Read More »

Day 3 at the US Open: How locals fared Saturday


Entering the week, Harman has made seven major starts, missing five missed cuts. Thomas set the U.S. Open scoring record despite registering a pair of bogeys, offsetting them with nine birdies and his closing eagle. However, of the leading 18 not one has tasted success in a Major and, in fact, you have to look down to those sharing 19 place before singling out a Major Champion and they are reigning Masters victor Sergio Garcia (71) and double Major winning Martin Kaymer (69) at three ... Read More »

Casey recovers from triple-bogey as Day, McIlroy miss cut


It looked a lot more like Rickie Fowler was playing in a U.S. Open on Friday at Erin Hills . There were 18 rounds in the 60s, starting with one for the record book. After another week off, he will play the WGC-Bridgestone and PGA Championship. "The finish was awesome". "It's still golf ", he said. He might need one at this rate. Read More »

US OPEN: It's a great day for scoring at Open


Open where par is going out of style. Matsuyama is part of the group at 5 under (that also includes Open rookies Si Woo Kim, Xander Schauffele and amateur Cameron Champ ) and had a simple explanation why: "The biggest difference was I putted very well today". Read More »

Amazon Wrecked The Mall. Now It's Coming For The Grocery Store

Amazon has been dipping its toes in groceries since it launched its Amazon Fresh delivery service a decade ago in Seattle , and expanded it to California, New York, and the Philadelphia area. Amazon closed at $987.71, a gain of 23.54 points, or 2.44%. Ginny Byrne of Plainville said she uses Amazon , finding the shopping to be easy. Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods is expected to close by the end of the year. Read More »

What Analysts Suggest About First Solar Inc (FSLR)?

On average, equities analysts predict that Nokia Corporation will post $0.24 EPS for the current fiscal year. The company had a trading volume of 11,096,806 shares. Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. reduced its stake in Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) by 2.6% during the first quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read More »

20 injured as Chinese flight hits turbulence


At least four people suffered severe injuries. First People's Hospital in the province disclosed that none of the injuries were considered life-threatening. The plane landed around 9 am (0100 GMT) on Sunday, an hour later than scheduled, according to Xinhua. "All passengers and crew members were landed safely", she said. Read More »

Scalise "Improving", Still Critical


As in the past several years, Rep. Cedric Richmond, a Democrat from Louisiana , a close friend of his wounded Republican colleague and a player in his college days, dominated much of the night, from the mound and the plate. "We may have our differences, but we do well, in times like these, to remember that everyone who serves in our nation's capital is here because, above all, they love our country", he said from the White House. Read More »

Zach Johnsopn makes the cut at the US Open

As good as that round was, Thomas has not run away with the tournament. Harman might be the surprise leader after three rounds, but there was nothing ordinary about his game. He made a 27-footer for birdie on No. 17 before the history-making finish. Kentucky native Thomas became the youngest golfer to shoot 59 on the PGA Tour , which came in the opening round of his Sony Open victory in Honolulu. Read More »

Sony President: No Plans to Drop the PS4 Pro Price Anytime Soon

MSFT did not advertise VR for Xbox one x but the firm notes that Xbox is capable of VR. But how do the three major consoles stack up against one another? For the first time ever, a real-world racing auto, the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS, was revealed not at a dedicated event for petrolheads, but at a video games conference. Read More »

Ronaldo seems 'very serious' amid Real Madrid exit storm - Andre Silva


However, sources in Portugal indicated that Ronaldo is very unhappy with the treatment he has received from Spanish tax officials, who claim the player owes €15 million in taxes. Ronaldo has made a decision to leave real Madrid because of the tax scandal- the Prosecutor's office in Madrid has accused the player of failing to pay taxes on the amount of 14.7 million euros. Read More »

Sony can't compete with the Xbox One X

Like so many consoles before it, the Xbox One X is a means of selling other stuff that makes money. We'll find out more soon, but it's likely that there'll be a difference between some games that go big on graphical flourishes that only the Xbox One X can produce and others that just replicate their PS4 Pro patch. Read More »

Champions Trophy Finals: High voltage match between India & Pakistan tomorrow


He commands more than 35 million fans on Facebook , 16 million followers on Twitter , 14 million on Instagram and is arguably cricket's most recognisable superstar. But [now] on the biggest stage it is India v Pakistan . Renewing a sporting rivalry that puts nearly all others in the shade, India will take on its neighbor Pakistan Sunday in the final of cricket's ICC Champions Trophy , a scaled-down, elites-only version of the World Cup . Read More »

Greatest 'witch hunt' in United States political history


Other presidents have managed to compartmentalize investigations and go about the business of governing, but Trump seems consumed by the Mueller probe. The White House confirmed that Mueller was among the candidates Trump interviewed to replace Comey. Yet Trump's angry tweets on Friday underscored the near-impossible challenge his advisers and legal team have in trying to get him to avoid weighing in on an active probe. Read More »

Facebook executives detail measures taken against terrorism


The blog, called "Hard Questions", will address philosophical debates about the role of social media in society, from what should happen to a person's digital history after they die to whether social media is good for democracy. "This includes the use of technical solutions so that terrorist content can be identified and removed before it is widely disseminated, and ultimately prevented from being uploaded in the first place", a ministry spokesman said on Thursday. Read More »

London fire victims honoured by UK royals


A criminal investigation has been launched, CNN reported . The blaze engulfed the 24-storey apartment block of social housing on Wednesday. "It is very hard to find the words to express how those families affected must be feeling, and it is our job to work tirelessly to provide them with the answers they so richly deserve", Cundy said . Read More »

London Tower Block Fire Death Toll Rises to 58

He said it will take "weeks or longer" to recover and identify all the dead in the social housing building that was left charred and gutted by the devastating blaze. But the authority's latest statement said: "While we will try do our utmost to ensure those affected remain in or near the borough, given the number of households involved, it is possible the council will have to explore housing options that may become available in other parts of the capital". Read More »

Hosts Russia Ease Past New Zealand In Confed Cup Opener

One of the most common time-wasting tactics used by teams holding a narrow lead is for a player to be substituted and then leave the field slowly, stopping to shake hands with opponents and match officials along the way. Russian President Vladimir Putin , right, speaks before the Confederations Cup , Group A soccer match between Russia and New Zealand , at the St. Read More »

WaPo: Special Counsel Mueller Zeroing In On Jared Kushner's Finances

But Trump later said in a television interview that he fired Comey at least in part because he was frustrated over the Russian Federation investigation Comey was leading. According to the AP, Trump has told associates he has the legal authority to fire Mueller (he doesn't). "Americans should exercise caution before accepting as true any stories attributed to anonymous 'officials, ' particularly when they do not identify the country - let alone the branch or agency of government - ... Read More »

What we learned this week about the Russian Federation probe

Team Trump initially cited the memo as the reason for canning Comey - only to be contradicted days later by the president himself, who said he canned the top G-man because of the investigation into Russian Federation and the possible collusion of his aides in the effort. Read More »