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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max spotted, expected to launch in India next month


It also revealed that they were ready to put the mishaps behind and introduce the next generation Note devices sometime later in 2017. The Galaxy J line is among these series that boast of some really good features while sporting modest looks, and it looks like the details of the new Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, which might be on its way to India soon, have surfaced online. Read More »

NIO EP9 Breaks Nurburgring Lap Record by 6.11 Seconds


In October 2016, the prototype Nio EP9 electric supercar went round the Nordschleife of the Nurburgring, in typically damp and slippery late-autumn conditions, in 7m05.12s, to become the world's fastest street-legal electric vehicle. The EP9 is a very fast vehicle indeed. It's road legal, but it's also an extremely low-production vehicle where each vehicle is made to order. "As a company, we were born to push limits". Read More »

Penguins Fall 2-1 in OT to Senators

Perhaps the musical intimidation worked, because it would be Ottawa scoring first - specifically, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, the man who terrorized NY so thoroughly in Game 2 of the previous series. The Senators survived the noise and waited for their opportunity. Boucher was impressed with the club's effort, especially when the Penguins were awarded five power plays - including four in the first - and didn't score on any of them. Read More »

BC has first minority government in 65 years

Ultimately, the main takeaway from this election is that the Green party hold the balance of power and can now decide which party should get to govern for the next four years - granted the current division of seats remain unchanged after May 22nd. Read More »

Global cyber attack may not be finished yet


Security experts said the attack appeared to be caused by a self-replicating piece of software that enters companies and organizations when employees click on email attachments, then spreads quickly internally from computer to computer when employees share documents and other files. Read More »

What Donald Trump, Moon Jae-in Could Likely Discuss When They Meet

Earlier this month, South Korean officials said the THAAD system was already operating, and experts say it will be extremely hard now for Moon to ask Washington to withdraw it. "Military action on the Korean peninsula can not happen without Korea's consent", Moon wrote during his presidential campaign, the Atlantic reports. Read More »

Happy Valley reigns at the Bafta awards as The Crown misses out

Arguably the biggest came when Cuba Gooding Jnr - who collected the best worldwide award for The People vs OJ Simpson - presented another award by saying: "And the victor goes to..." The mini series prize was taken by National Treasure, a drama inspired by Operation Yewtree while documentarian Nick Fraser was presented with the Bafta special award for his 20 years as editor of the BBC's Storyville documentary strand. Read More »

Apple iPhone 7 top-selling smartphone in Q1 with 6% share


Apple was coming off the most successful sales quarter in the iPhone's storied history, so a letdown wasn't a total shock. The top-five models accounted for one in six of all smartphones shipped worldwide in the January to March period, according to Strategy Analytics . Read More »

Ransomware cyber attack 'likely to spread rapidly on Monday'

Meanwhile health authorities are racing to upgrade security software amid fears hackers could exploit the same vulnerability with a new virus. A number of hospitals in England and Scotland were forced to cancel procedures after dozens of NHS systems were brought down, with doctors reporting how their computers were locked "one by one" as the attack spread. Read More »

'Pokemon Sun and Moon' updates: Mega stones and more!


None of these Pokémon are available in the wilds of the Alola region so players will either have to transfer these Pokémon through the PokéBank or try trading with other trainers to add them to their team. Once all items have been confirmed, make sure to head to any Poke Center to speak with the delivery man in game. While you can get a few from the Battle Tree, it's immediately apparent that not every single stone is available in the game. Read More »

Seoul: Moon, Xi agree on denuclearization goal

While Moon may try to soothe Chinese anger over the missile-defense system, many observers say it appears too late to call for its withdrawal, which would greatly undermine South Korea's relationship with Washington. Moon also received similar congratulatory calls from Japanese and Indian leaders on Thursday. Talking to reporters, Suh endorsed Moon's call for a summit meeting with North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, although saying it would be hard for such a meeting to take place soon, ... Read More »

Apple Surprises With Another iPhone Decline

Apple will host a call with analysts from 5pm PT, which is 10pm in the UK. Apple does not break out figures for how many of each model it sells , but executives pointed to the premium-priced iPhone 7 Plus, which sells for up to $969 fully loaded, as the key to boosting the amount it gets on average for each phone. Read More »

Elon Musk's SpaceX Launches Spy Satellite, Breaks Up Lockheed-Boeing Stronghold

A Falcon 9 rocket carrying the spacecraft is scheduled to lift off sometime between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. EDT or 1100 to 1300 GMT from Florida's Kennedy Space Center. "Tough call, as high altitude wind shear was at 98.6% of the theoretical load limit", Musk wrote on Twitter . He recently said that the company's next goal is to land and re-launch the same rocket within 24 hours. Read More »

Nuclear deterrent safe from cyber attacks which hit NHS: Fallon

National Security Agency, the cyber assault launched on Friday has infected tens of thousands of computers in 104 countries, with Britain's health system suffering the worst known disruptions. Still, such figures do not account for lost production at firms like Renault, which on Saturday said it had halted stopped manufacturing at plants in Sandouville, France and Romania to prevent the spread of ransomware in its systems. Read More »

Cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

Europol said its cyber-crime team, EC3, was working closely with affected countries to "mitigate the threat and assist victims". Russian Railways: State media said a virus attacked the IT system of Russian Railways, but it did not affect operations due to a prompt response. Read More »

Chinese universities hit by extortion attack


Organisations across the globe, including investigators from the National Crime Agency (NCA), are now working non-stop to hunt down those responsible for the ransomware. Earlier this week, the United Kingdom arm's length body of the Department of Health NHS Digital said several NHS organizations had been compromised by a ransomware cyberattack. Read More »

Snap earnings lag amid $2.2 billion loss

But the results were even worse than expected. For the quarter ended March 31, 2017, Snap reported revenue of $149.6 million, up from $38.8 million in during the first quarter of 2016. Get Data Sheet, Fortune's technology newsletter. Evan Spiegel, Snap's secretive 26-year-old CEO, told analysts on a conference call that he thinks about user growth "through the lens of creativity". Read More »

UK Conservatives have 15 point lead over Labour

He admitted Labour had a "mountain to climb" before voting day, although the party is determined and the final manifesto, a draft of which was leaked on Wednesday, contains "terrifically exciting" ideas. The Conservatives said they want to find a way children can erase embarrassing content, without losing their existing social media account and the online connections they have made. Read More »

Windows Store will have iTunes by year-end


OneDrive is set to receive a major upgrade when the Fall Creators Update is released . Microsoft's Windows 10 Fall Creators Update might arrive this September. Microsoft also announced update to Ink, its software which enables most functions to be operated with a pen. However, as pretty much expected, Microsoft has mentioned that to completely experience this feature, third-party apps will have to use easy to implement APIs. Read More »