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Sites won't be immediately punished for displaying these types of ads but they will be if their site receives enough complaints. "This set of patterns is based on the public EasyList filter rules , and includes patterns matching many ad providers including Google's own ad platforms, AdSense and DoubleClick", said Bentzel.
  • Winter Olympics: New Zealand's Winter Olympic uniforms a 'let down'

    Winter Olympics: New Zealand's Winter Olympic uniforms a 'let down'

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    A visit by Moon to the North would enable the first summit between leaders from the two Koreas since 2007, and would mark only the third inter-Korean summit to take place. Earlier Friday, Pence met with defectors from the North and invited them to tell their stories of repression under Pyongyang. Speaking to reporters on his flight home on Saturday, Pence said the United States, South Korea and Japan were in complete agreement on isolating North Korea over its nuclear weapons program.
  • The White House Plans to Privatize the International Space Station

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    A budget request to be issued on Monday by the will call for $150 million to be spent on the in the 2019 fiscal year, and more in succeeding years, "to enable the development and maturation of commercial entities and capabilities which will ensure that commercial successors to the.
  • Indian scribe deported from the Maldives

    Indian scribe deported from the Maldives

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    Amid political crisis in the tropical nation Maldives, two journalists including an Indian who were arrested yesterday will be deported to India today as per official reports. On the other hand, Maldivian opposition leaders have urged India to intervene in the crisis. Yameen's move came in the wake of a ruling by the apex court on February 1 to "release" exiled former President Mohamed Nasheed and other high-profile prisoners.
  • Google May Step Into Gaming With 'Yeti' Streaming Service

    Google May Step Into Gaming With 'Yeti' Streaming Service

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    A wild report from The Information (subscription required) claims Google is working on a subscription-based gaming streaming service, delivered either over Google's Chromecast devices or via a totally new Google-made gaming console. One's mobile device could work out just as well too, but a controller could be much easier to use while playing. The reason for the decision to not push through with the Google Yeti release is unknown, but it goes to show that the service is far along in ...
  • Trump says lives are being ruined 'by a mere allegation' of abuse

    Trump says lives are being ruined 'by a mere allegation' of abuse

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    Photos of one of Porter's ex-wives with a black eye surfaced publicly, which eventually led to the White House expressing concern about the allegations. During the campaign, Trump called Clinton "guilty as hell" and said she should "go to jail" over her email use, citing a potential breach of national security.
  • Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster spotted floating in space

    Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster spotted floating in space

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    Opinions as to what the object was vary, with some speculating that it was the Falcon Heavy, the most recent SpaceX launch . While the Falcon Heavy drew headlines as the most powerful operational rocket on the planet, the re-dubbed "Big Falcon Rocket" aims to do much more than that: namely, it will be able to ferry as many as 100 people to far off destinations like Mars .
  • WhatsApp's digital payments option reportedly goes live in India

    WhatsApp's digital payments option reportedly goes live in India

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    WhatsApp to be considering a UPI-based payments platform since July 2017. One major point to note is that the feature is not available for WhatsApp Business yet. You can only send and receive payments from your friends and family members. Users must then configure the feature by first verifying their phone number via SMS and choosing a bank.
  • Awkward diplomacy on show as 'peace' Games begin

    Awkward diplomacy on show as 'peace' Games begin

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    Although some White House aides were leery that the arrangement could produce less-than-ideal optics for Pence, there was no concerted effort to lobby their Korean counterparts for a change, in part out of fear of upsetting the Olympic hosts, said one administration official.
  • Uber settles with Google in tech theft lawsuit

    Uber settles with Google in tech theft lawsuit

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    Alphabet Inc's (O:) Waymo self-driving vehicle unit and ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc have settled their legal dispute over trade secrets, the two companies said on Friday. "We agree that Uber's acquisition of Otto could and should have been handled differently", Uber said in its statement. The jury saw evidence which was embarrassing for Uber, however, including notes from Kalanick about "cheat codes" and a text message in which he told Levandowski to "burn the village".
  • Spacefaring Tesla Roadster will miss Mars and asteroids

    Spacefaring Tesla Roadster will miss Mars and asteroids

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    Experts have called the biggest threat to auto Elon musk Tesla Roadster , which was launched into space in a rocket, the Falcon Heavy . Since Tesla wants to build a system that's more generally useful, it made sense for the company to not push ahead with this past year and try to do it probably.
  • Canadian PM Trudeau Provides Vigorous Defense Of NAFTA In LA Stop

    Canadian PM Trudeau Provides Vigorous Defense Of NAFTA In LA Stop

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    Justin's visit is opportune as talks to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement are now being had. The location of the speech carried symbolic weight, alluding to the longstanding trade relationship between the USA and Canada. U.S. President Ronald Reagan stands with Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney at the annual G7 Summit in Toronto on June 19, 1988, five months after they signed the Canada-U.S.
  • Little sister and propagandist of Kim Jong

    Little sister and propagandist of Kim Jong

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    The vice president stopped in Tokyo on his way to South Korea where he will lead the U.S. delegation to the Olympic games and vowed to keep pressure on Pyongyang until it begins a "complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization". The North Koreans are sending a contingent of athletes, along with a cheerleading squad, and experts say part of the reason is to grab a piece of the world's spotlight.
  • SpaceX's 4 Hour Video of Starman's Voyage to Mars

    SpaceX's 4 Hour Video of Starman's Voyage to Mars

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    Looking back at 2017, the auto company reeled off its biggest milestones: record deliveries of its Model S and X, the arrival of its first Model 3, an updated Tesla Roadster (one now headed toward Mars after being launched inside a SpaceX rocket), a 500-mile range semi-truck, and the world's largest battery in Australia.
  • Elon Musk: The man who launched a vehicle towards Mars

    Elon Musk: The man who launched a vehicle towards Mars

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    Destined for the orbit of Mars and after multiple delays, the rocket blasted of from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday evening. Where as Falcon Heavy is now the world's most powerful rocket, it still can't quite compete with the sheer power that was produced by NASA's original Saturn V Moon rocket back in the 60s and 70s.
  • NASA officially logs Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster as a celestial object

    NASA officially logs Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster as a celestial object

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    ATLAS is an asteroid impact early warning system being developed by the UH Institute for Astronomy (IfA) and funded by NASA. "We were lucky to catch the Roadster before sunrise during our regular observing". Denneau said their mission is created to look for things coming toward Earth, but this time investigators found something going away from Earth. "As a fan of what SpaceX is doing, it is fun to be a part of advances in science", Denneau said.
  • The Last Image Of Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy Starman

    The Last Image Of Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy Starman

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    The Falcon Heavy rocket, which began its maiden flight Tuesday from Launchpad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, is a "turbo-charged" version of the Falcon 9, as Nick Ozorak, digital media specialist at Acutec, explained. In the near term, this should enable some cheaper military launches, and might also allow Nasa to conduct more frequent research missions into deep space.
  • What message did Pence send to NK at Olympics?

    What message did Pence send to NK at Olympics?

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    After meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe , Pence said there should be no consideration of using the Games as an opening for substantive talks with the North until its nuclear program is up for negotiations.
  • Android Messages to take on Apple's iMessage

    Android Messages to take on Apple's iMessage

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    According to Android Police , there's now unused code within the Android Messages app that indicates Google is preparing to release a web-based messaging tool, messaging over Wi-Fi, activity indicators (typing, delivered, read, etc.), and mobile payments.
  • US Senate Passes Budget Bill to End Gov't Shutdown

    US Senate Passes Budget Bill to End Gov't Shutdown

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    He then tweeted: "Without more Republicans in Congress , we were forced to increase spending on things we do not like or want in order to finally, after many years of depletion, take care of our Military". A carefully crafted, bipartisan stopgap funding and budget package was introduced with confidence earlier this week by Senate leaders, who predicted swift passage before the expiration at midnight on Thursday of current funding authority.
  • SpaceX launch: When is the next SpaceX launch? Falcon rocket schedule

    SpaceX launch: When is the next SpaceX launch? Falcon rocket schedule

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    But the energy wing... The company's shares jumped 3 percent to close at $345 Wednesday after SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon Heavy rocket with Musk's cherry red Roadster as its cargo. Earlier this month, the company raised $546 million in securitized notes backed by Model S and X lease payments, the first time Tesla has securitized its leases.