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Older iPhone models don't have the battery issue: The i5S and older models don't have power management plans, so any problems they have aren't related to the throttling issue, the company indicated. It is worth noting here that once you disable performance management, it can't be turned back on manually, though it will be turned on again automatically when an unexpected shutdown occurs.
  • Tesla sends a auto into deep space

    Tesla sends a auto into deep space

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    The successful introduction of a new heavy rocket to the world, the most powerful in operation and second only to the Apollo era, all through a private company and at a fraction of a cost of other systems now in construction. The two boosters flew themselves back to Earth for safe simultaneous touchdowns on twin landing pads at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, about eight minutes after launch.The centre booster rocket, which SpaceX had predicted was less likely to be salvaged, slammed into ...
  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy Photos Prove Earth Is Not Flat, Again

    SpaceX Falcon Heavy Photos Prove Earth Is Not Flat, Again

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    SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket - the company's biggest yet - into space on Tuesday. The rocket departed from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying a Tesla auto into orbit. Potentially risky gusts in the upper atmosphere forced the company to delay Tuesday's launch of the Falcon Heavy by nearly an hour. Plenty of things can go bad with the maiden flight of a rocket, of course.
  • No plans for Sask. sanctions against BC: Premier Moe

    No plans for Sask. sanctions against BC: Premier Moe

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    He maintains his focus right now is on this month's budget. In 2009, Alberta and B.C. agreed to an inter-provincial agreement allowing the trade of wine. Anderson says Kinder Morgan never anticipated getting caught in the middle of an inter-provincial battle like this. He also says he doesn't have any current plans to go to Alberta to talk to Notley face-to-face.
  • Mercedes-Benz in China apologizes for quoting Dalai Lama abroad

    Mercedes-Benz in China apologizes for quoting Dalai Lama abroad

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    After deleting the post, Mercedes quickly issued an apology on Weibo, China's social network equivalent to Twitter. In it, the company said it understood the incident had "hurt the feelings of Chinese people, including Mercedes-Benz's employees in China", adding that the picture contained "extremely mistaken information".
  • Google is reportedly developing a game streaming service and console

    Google is reportedly developing a game streaming service and console

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    Alphabet Inc's Google is developing a subscription-based game streaming service that could work either on its Chromecast or a Google-made console, which is still being developed, the Information website reported on Wednesday. I'd certainly hope it turns out being the latter of those two scenarios, but it remains to be seen what happens. An early iteration of Yeti was created to work with the Chromecast TV streaming stick, according to a person familiar with the project and another person ...
  • Blade of Galadriel DLC drops for Middle-earth: Shadow of War

    Blade of Galadriel DLC drops for Middle-earth: Shadow of War

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    So, what kind of content can you look forward to in Blade of Galadriel? Here is Warner's official overview of the expansion, spoilers included: "Play as Eltariel, the Blade of Galadriel , as she hunts the newest Ringwraith". For example, there's Eltariel's dual Elven blades and the Light of Galadriel which players can use during the risky adventures. Followers can bring treasure gifts, and players can use a photo mode with new filters, frames, and styles for taking in-game selfies.
  • SpaceX's just-launched Tesla Roadster missed Mars

    SpaceX's just-launched Tesla Roadster missed Mars

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    A space-suited mannequin was at the wheel, named " Starman " after the David Bowie song. The take off was deemed successful - with a massive roar, followed by steam and smoke, its 27 engines fired up. He mentioned that the two side boosters that landed back in Florida are in good condition and are both refireable. The Falcon 9 boosters touched down and are planned to be used in future missions.
  • Apple sold 18 Million Apple Watches in 2017, Canalys

    Apple sold 18 Million Apple Watches in 2017, Canalys

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    The high-priced iPhone X obviously played a central role in the company's improved profitability, but strong holiday iPad shipments also made their (small) contribution to Cupertino's rock-solid financial report. "However, limited operator selection in the UK, Germany and France influenced consumer purchase decisions and stifled the growth potential of the connected Apple Watch".
  • Man arrest in Detroit, wife arrested in Alabama

    Man arrest in Detroit, wife arrested in Alabama

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    The video itself is part of an ongoing investigation in Alabama, not Alaska, APD said. Moore also is wanted in Detroit , where prosecutors allege that he sexually assaulted three girls. "Theoretically they could all be charged with distributing child pornography", said Sgt. Rick Jones with Michigan State Police. "We ask if you see this video do not share it, even though you may have the best intentions, sharing this video is distribution of child pornography".
  • Sen John Thune quizzes Apple on iPhone battery issue

    Sen John Thune quizzes Apple on iPhone battery issue

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    Apple addressed transparency only by noting that its updated iOS 10.2.1 ReadMe notes included mention of the power management feature and that it issued a statement to press outlets about seeing "positive results" from the software update.
  • Samsung Could Scrap

    Samsung Could Scrap "S" Name In Favour Of Galaxy X

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    The two models will trend set few other changes as well. Both a "regular" C10 and C10 Plus might be right around the corner, with this latter version listed as offering 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space and Snapdragon 660 processing power.
  • The Surge 2 Announced, Coming to PS4 Next Year

    The Surge 2 Announced, Coming to PS4 Next Year

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    The folks at Deck13 have focused on Soulslike games with Lords of the Fallen and The Surge over the last few years, but they have yet to receive the same kind of praise and sales numbers as From Software's games have managed to achieve.
  • Infinix Hot S3 launched in India at Rs 8999

    Infinix Hot S3 launched in India at Rs 8999

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    Also read: Infinix Zero 5 vs. Oppo F3 Plus vs. Coolpad Cool Play 6: Which 6GB RAM phone offers the best package? Specs-wise, the Infinix Hot S3 features a 5.65-inch HD+ (1440 x 720 pixel resolution) screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and a claimed 81 percent screen-to-body ratio.
  • Whiteside in Commonwealth Games squad

    Whiteside in Commonwealth Games squad

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    Pat McCormack fought for England at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and donned a GB vest at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, and is a two-time European Championships silver medallist. "I know it will be a tough tournament but I have trained hard and I am going there to win gold". "For us, we've got the experience even though we're a young team, and we're up there with the favourites".
  • Dark skin, blue eyes: DNA shows first modern Briton wasn't fair-skinned

    Dark skin, blue eyes: DNA shows first modern Briton wasn't fair-skinned

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    Scientists today make the extraordinary revelation that the first modern Briton, who lived 300 generations ago, was black. "Cheddar Man is one of the oldest human specimens that we've worked with, and yet the preservation of DNA has been good enough to recover huge amounts of information about his appearance and ancestry", said Professor Ian Barnes, Research Leader in Ancient DNA at the Natural History Museum , in a press release sent to Mashable .
  • Google Drops Unused Quick Links From Google Search App

    Google Drops Unused Quick Links From Google Search App

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    A "brand new version" of the Android Google+ app will launch in the coming days, Google+ engineering manager Leo Deegan teased in a post on the waning social network. While Google+ might not have the userbase that Facebook or Twitter does, it still harbors its own functional communities, so it'll be interesting to see how this rewrite affects those that frequent the Android app.
  • European Union regulators to assess Apple's purchase of British music app Shazam

    European Union regulators to assess Apple's purchase of British music app Shazam

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    The proposed acquisition wasn't large enough to require evaluation by the EC directly, but Austrian laws required the companies to seek regulatory clearance there. Apple is a U.S. based global technology company which designs, manufactures and sells mobile communication, media devices, portable digital music players and personal computers.
  • Maruti Suzuki reveals ConceptFutureS at Auto Expo

    Maruti Suzuki reveals ConceptFutureS at Auto Expo

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    The Future-S concept's final production version will be using the HEARTECT platform that it'll share with the all-new 2018 Maruti Swift, hinting that it will be a lightweight vehicle. South Korea's second-largest automaker by sales, rolled out a new compact SUV concept in India on Wednesday, heralding its full-fledged foray into the local market.
  • Here's what reviewers are saying about HomePod, Apple's new smart speaker

    Here's what reviewers are saying about HomePod, Apple's new smart speaker

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    The Wall Street Journal praised its sound but said it's not as smart as other smart speakers like the Amazon Echo . "The HomePod sounds noticeably richer and fuller than nearly every other speaker we've tested", the Verge wrote. It's not for Android users or folks who prefer music services such as Spotify over Apple Music. Apple wants the HomePod's components to be silent when not playing music, so it can sit on a bedside table without distracting people when they are sleeping.
  • Azerbaijan Announces Snap Presidential Elections

    Azerbaijan Announces Snap Presidential Elections

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    Voters will cast their ballots on April 11, rather than October 17, which will be the eighth of its kind since the modern republics founding in 1991, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. " Ilham Aliyev knew that the opposition was planning to have long term campaigns against electoral fraud, and he called for snap elections to deprive the opposition from the opportunity of protesting and demanding transparent and democratic elections", Karimli told Turan.