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Anti-Trump late night jokes coming at a blistering pace


His " Late Show " eclipsed Fallon's " Tonight Show' in the ratings shortly after Trump's inauguration and has now won 13 weeks straight, according to The Hollywood Reporter ". Rove noted that Colbert had not just come up with the insulting jokes "off the top of his head". No legal consequences are expected for Colbert or CBS for this incident. Read More »

SpaceX's Falcon 9 Spy Mission Delayed Over Sensor Issue


The 7:15 a.m. liftoff was the second attempt after a scrub on Sunday morning during an identical launch window. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket won US Air Force certification for national security space missions in May 2015, breaking a lock long-held by United Launch Alliance , a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin. Read More »

Lena Dunham isn't here to be a weight-loss success story


Other reasons on the list were more politically and socially charged, such as: "An election that reveals the true depths of American misogyny", "watching institutions you love from Planned Parenthood to PBS be threatened by cartoon mustache-twirling villains" and 'worrying ceaselessly about the health and safety of women you know and women you don't'. Read More »

Champions Trophy squad announced, Rohit Sharma is back

The squad includes two spinners-. However Kuldeep Yadav, Rishabh Pant, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik and Shardul Thakur, have been put on standby, the ANI report said further. However, with The Committee of Administrators (CoA) requesting the BCCI to submit their squad ahead of a Special General Meeting on 7 May, it has now been decided that India will take part in the tournament. Read More »

Apple To Invest $1B In US Manufacturing

Apple has about 80,000 employees in the United States and plans to hire thousands more "in the future", according to Cook. How do we grow the developer base? Cook pointed out Apple provides more than 100,000 jobs already in the United States and uses many American suppliers, including Corning, which makes the screens for iPhones and iPads. Read More »

Ex-computer software mogul eyes S. Korean presidency


Seoul had ordered it closed after Pyongyang defied worldwide warnings and tested a long-range rocket. Now, North Korea has not said whether the two cases are related, whether the men even know each other. FRAYER: Moon Jae-in, at last count, had a 20-point lead on his closest contenders, a centrist software developer, also a far-right conservative who calls himself a strong man. Read More »

Appeals court to weigh challenge to revised Trump travel ban

Almost two months ago, a federal judge in Maryland imposed a nationwide halt to the core portion of the President's revised executive order that sought to bar foreign nationals from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. President Donald Trump's second executive order limiting travel from some Middle Eastern and African countries faces another legal challenge on Monday. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron wins presidency as France rejects far-right


Tharman said the battle for Macron, and against extremism, is "far from over". "Everyone said it was impossible". The centrist's emphatic victory, which also smashed the dominance of France's mainstream parties, will bring huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU and Donald Trump's election as U.S. Read More »

Cassini probe finds vast void between Saturn's rings

What you are going to hear is actually those dust particles that touch the antennae of the instrument with which Cassini records the sound waves of this region of space. It is nearly entirely frozen, and it is 800 million miles away from Earth. They said that this gas could only come from the hydrothermal reactions between sweltering rocks and water in the ocean that is beneath the ice. Read More »

Supply chain attack hits Mac users of HandBrake video converter app


Downloading the app between May 2 (14:30 UTC) and May 6 (11:00 UTC) from the "" mirror means you have a 50-percent chance of being infected with the Trojan. Patrick Wardle, a Mac security expert, said on the Objective-See blog on Saturday that the Proton variant has zero coverage on VirusTotal by antimalware engines. Read More »

Footage of rare Sonic skateboarding prototype emerges


Vision Scape's repeated attempts to contact Sega and Naka were both met with silence and Sonic Extreme was forgotten. Allegedly, Sonic Extreme has three modes: a racing competition, a Mario Kart-like battle mode, and a single-player quest, in which players must explore a Green Hill Zone-like skate park in search of one of the Chaos Emeralds. Read More »

Nubia brings M2 Lite to India for Rs 13999


Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates! One can easily customize their phone by having two different accounts on one phone. Nubia M2 Lite was first announced in China and it is now making its debut in Indian market for the Indian consumers. Read More »

Texas protesters decry federal inaction on climate change


Leo Woodberry of Florence, S.C., who spoke during a press conference before the march. With temperatures expected to hit 90 degrees, the march is set to begin at 12:30 p.m. "It impacts him", Holmes told CNN. "We like to say "to change everything, we need everyone" and everyone is showing up". And as was the case with the previous weekend's March for Science, some protesters got extra-creative with their sign game, albeit with a more confrontational tone toward the Trump administration (see ... Read More »

SpaceX all set to launch first military satellite


In March, SpaceX successfully re-launched a used booster - or "flight proven", in SpaceX terminology - for the first time for a commercial satellite mission. The two-stage rocket model is created to transport satellites and cargo into orbit in space. The mission patch, according to the National Reconnaissance Office , depicted Lewis and Clark peering through a spyglass and holding a musket, "heading into the great unknown to discover and explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory". Read More »

Peggy Whitson breaks the US record for cumulative time in space


Already the first woman to command the International Space Station (2008 and 2016), as well as the holder or the most spacewalks for a female, Whitson is now outright leader of the new landmark, which was surpassed this morning. "This is a very special day in the glorious history of American spaceflight", said Trump. By early Monday morning, Whitson officially set the USA record for the most cumulative days in space. Read More »

Microsoft Surface Laptop Windows 10 S Unveiled at Microsoft's Education event

Microsoft Says, Microsoft Surface Laptop features a 13.5-inch diagonal PixelSense display with 3:2 aspect ratio. Thanks to the nearly borderless display and the slim profile, this makes it ultra portable despite it's a 13.5-inch model. Microsoft also warns that "the switch to Pro is one-way; you will not be able to revert to Windows 10 S once you have made the change", so be sure to think it over before making the switch. Read More »

Macron wins French presidency, to sighs of relief in Europe


The far-left, communist-backed candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who lost narrowly in the first round, refused to guide his supporters toward Macron or Le Pen. Separately, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel hailed Macron's win for keeping France "at the heart of Europe". Le Pen portrayed Macron as a heartless capitalist, while he repeatedly asked her to stop telling lies and saying "stupid things". Read More »

Samsung registers record profits in Q1 2017 despite decreased flagship mobile sales

Net profit for the first quarter of the year amounted to 7.68 trillion won (6.1 billion euros, $6.7 billion), up 46 percent from a year ago, the firm said in a statement . Samsung is still facing some acute headaches. Lee Jae-yong, vice chairman and de facto head of Samsung , was arrested in February on corruption allegations involving the president of Korea. Read More »

Tags: humans | 130000 | years | north america


Early humans probably reached North America 130,000 years ago - 115,000 years earlier than previously thought, claims a study . This discovery suggests that the first humans actually arrived 130,000 years ago, which is a whopping 100,000 years earlier than widely believed. Read More »

Apple eager to tap India's huge potential, says Tim Cook

Cook didn't provide additional details, such as how the company will direct that money. He did not identify the company, but said more about the fund will be announced later this month. Apple reported a 4.6% rise in revenue across the whole company to $52.9bn (£41bn), slightly below analysts' forecasts. Wall Street expected earnings of $2.02 per share on revenue of roughly $53 billion. Read More »

IPhone 8 Leak: New Leak Reveals Waterproofing And Enhanced Stereo Surround

To celebrate the smartphone we're expecting a revolutionary 10th anniversary iPhone 8, and now we're hearing that phone won't suffer any delays and will arrive in October. The casing will be glass and the Touch ID sensor is thought to be integrated into the display. Integrating the Touch ID with the display panel was thought to be a particularly hard challenge. Read More »