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Facebook introduces VR Spaces, AR camera effects at F8

AR will be its next big step. "Even if we were a little slow to add cameras to all our apps, I'm confident we're going to push this augmented reality platform forward", Zuckerberg said . The event is also used as a platform from which to launch new features for its apps. CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the gathering of programmers and other tech folks by talking about augmented reality tools he envisions on Facebook . Read More »

Protesters clash with police in France after early poll results


In his victory speech, Macron, 39, sounded at times as if he'd already won the election. French police have detained three people in election night protests, as demonstrators burned cars, danced around bonfires and dodged riot police. Eleanor, you were in Macron headquarters when the first projections came in. "Macron's is a remarkable achievement, because he represents optimism". Read More »

EPA Chief Visits Lead-contaminated East Chicago Site


In 2014, "the US EPA paid incentives of about $11.3 million to get 456 employees to voluntarily leave the agency, plus accumulated annual leave payments of $4.9 million, for a total of $16.2 million", O'Grady said . They chanted and held signs reading, "East Chicago Demands Clean Water". Holcomb's disaster declaration came after former governor, now Vice President Mike Pence, denied the same request by local officials . Read More »

Recent Trading Updates: Barrick Gold Corporation's (ABX)


Media coverage about Barrick Gold Corp (NYSE:ABX) (TSE:ABX) has trended somewhat negative on Sunday, according to Alpha One Sentiment Analysis. Since the beginning of the calendar year, the stock is 20.52%. Now the P/E of Barrick Gold Corporation stands at 34.22. Average true range (ATR-14) of the company sets at 0.52, along with its weekly and monthly volatility of 2.46%, 2.44% respectively. Read More »

Macron Must Win Big Now If He Is to Fulfil Pledges

Economist and analyst with industry consultants Patersons, Tony Farnham, said the global markets considered Emmanuel Macron , who finished ahead of Marine Le Pen , as a safer pair of hands. Aiming to ride a wave of populism that led Donald Trump to the White House and Britain to vote for Brexit, Le Pen wants France to abandon the euro and intends to call a referendum on withdrawing from the European Union as well. Read More »

French elections: Turnout stands at 28.5% at midday, similar to 2012


Defeated rival Francois Fillon has already endorsed Macron. It is the first time in the history of the modern French Republic that the presidency will be held by a member of a non-traditional party, highlighting a deep anti-establishment sentiment that ultimately could determine whether France remains a part of the European Union or follows an independent path like that of post-Brexit Britain and the United States under Donald Trump. Read More »

OATES: Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo is dominating series with Raptors

Well, right up until Saturday afternoon. After being humiliated in Game 3, the Raptors made some adjustments both in strategy and attitude Saturday to even the series 2-2 with an 87-76 victory at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Prior to the game, he outlined what the Bucks needed to do to cope with a desperate playoff opponent. "I thought (Valanciunas) handled it really well", Casey said. Read More »

Tony Blair advises voters to consider supporting the Lib Dems or Tories

To the dismay of many Britons who do business with Europe, she has declared, "no deal is better than a bad deal", a "bad" deal being one that may be accused of compromising Britain's sovereignty in any sense. The Prime Minister has called the election on the pretext that Parliament is not giving her unqualified support on Brexit and thereby damaging her chances of getting the deal she seeks. Read More »

Airline apologises after onboard clash over pram goes viral


Video doesn't show the mother being hit by the stroller. He asks for the name of the employee who allegedly struck the crying woman. In the video the woman can be seen sobbing, asking staff members to get her stroller back. "The cases of rabies in the air have become a source of concern on our flights". It said in a statement: "We are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident". Read More »

PSA à son tour visé par une enquête — Dieselgate


Le parquet de Paris a ouvert une information judiciaire à l'encontre du groupe automobile français PSA au sujet des émissions polluantes, a-t-on appris lundi de source judiciaire. Dans la foulée de ces révélations, la ministre de l'Environnement Ségolène Royal avait mis en place en octobre 2015 une commission d'experts indépendants, avec pour mission d'effectuer des tests sur une centaine de véhicules vendus en France par une douzaine de constructeurs différents. Read More »

The Results Are In For France's Presidential Election


Here's a look at the two candidates who will nearly certainly be on the ballot. Polls "have consistently shown that Mr. Macron will easily beat Mrs. Sunday also saw Marine Le Pen's greatest personal victory. "The challenge is to break completely with the system which has been unable to find solutions to the problems of our country for more than 30 years", Macron added, already eyeing parliamentary elections in June. Read More »

Oil slips, as investors fret about rising U.S. drilling

Front-month Brent futures LCOc1 were at $52.87 a barrel at 0820 GMT (4:20 a.m. ET), down 12 cents from their last close and set for a 5.4 percent weekly drop, the most since the week of March 10. The chief executive of France's Total (TOTF.PA) warned this week that prices could fall further due to rising US production. Investors cut bullish bets on rising ICE Brent crude futures and options by 9,811 contracts to 427,433 lots in the week to April 18. Read More »

NHL Playoff Odds Ottawa Senators at Boston Bruins

The thinking was that with hard-hitting Noel Acciari entering the series in Game 3 and the B's holding last change at home in Boston, things would get a lot more challenging for Karlsson . With Bruins in pursuit, Karlsson made a pass back through the slot to Brassard, who one-timed a shot in the open side. They were down three goals, they had nothing to lose and they went for it and scored two quick goals. Read More »

Macron, Le Pen lead in first round of French election


Ms Le Pen has campaigned to leave the European Union, protect France's borders, clamp down on immigration, and expel Islamic extremists. It set up a battle between Macron's optimistic vision of a tolerant France, a united Europe with open borders against Le Pen's darker, inward-looking platform that called for closed borders, tougher security, less immigration and dropping the shared euro currency to return to the French franc. Read More »

Qatar Airways could drop New Zealand route if laptops banned


New Zealand already generates almost 85 per cent of its total energy supply using renewable sources, while the UAE has set a target of 44 per cent of its energy coming from clean sources by 2050. The New Zealand leader elaborated on comments made by transport minister Simon Bridges, who told the agencies in an interview in Dubai on Sunday that the country's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) "is assessing the evidence to determine what is appropriate". Read More »

Even CEOs will be replaced by robots, Jack Ma predicts


And he warned of dark times ahead for people who are unprepared for the upheaval technology is set to bring. But he expressed optimism that robots will make life better for humans in the long run. The company is moving into untapped rural markets and investing in new sources of income, such as online media and cloud computing - one of its fastest-growing businesses previous year. Read More »

Trump signs executive orders to revive US economy

Another official on Friday was cited saying the administration would only release broad priorities and principles. But Trump - with his 100th day in office fast approaching - is scrambling to net some wins after a rocky start to his presidency, and is apparently going to attempt to take on both tax reform and health care reform simultaneously. Read More »

The Burberry Group plc (BRBY) Given "Sell" Rating at Liberum Capital

Barclays Capital has trimmed its price target on shares in Go-Ahead Group PLC (LON:GOG), though it said the bus and train firm's third-quarter trading was in line with forecasts. If you are reading this news story on another site, it was illegally stolen and republished in violation of United States and worldwide trademark and copyright legislation. Read More »

Macron ou Mélenchon: quel syndicat vote quoi?

Macron. Cette très probable victoire d'Emmanuel Macron est attribuée aux reports de voix: une grande partie des électeurs de François Fillon , de Jean-Luc Mélenchon et de Benoît Hamon opteraient en effet pour Macron au second tour. Les sympathisants de la CFTC et de la CFE-CGC ont placé en tête le candidat LR avec 34% pour le syndicat chrétien et 43% pour le syndicat des cadres. Read More »

Physicians Realty Trust versus Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated Head to Head Compare


Analysts expect Healthcare Realty Trust Inc (NYSE:HR) to report $0.41 EPS on May, 3.They anticipate $0.00 EPS change or 0.00% from last quarter's $0.41 EPS. There are 1 sell rating, 5 hold ratings, 3 buy ratings on the stock. Kite Realty Group Trust disclosed in a document filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that Chairman & CEO Kite John A has sold 25,000 shares of Kite Realty Group Trust (KRG) in trading session dated March 31, 2017. Read More »

In French Election, Established Politicians Are Out


In a victory speech, Macron told supporters of his fledgling En Marche! "Their desire for change too", 39-year-old Macron told thousands of cheering supporters in Paris. SUAREZ: The projections only separate Macron and Le Pen by a few points. A former Rothschild investment banker who served as economics minister in President Francois Hollande's Socialist government, Emmanuel Macron has been among the most favored to win the presidency. Read More »