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Did Russian hackers plant fake news that led to Qatar crisis?

UAE-based newspaper Gulf News and pan-Arab TV channel Al-Arabiya reported the crackdown on expressions of sympathy with Qatar . Saudi Arabia , Egypt , the UAE and Bahrain severed relations with Qatar and closed their airspace to commercial flights on Monday, charging Doha with financing militant groups. Lire la suite »

"Trop de pouvoir tue le pouvoir" prévient Cambadélis


Jean-Christophe Cambadélis a critiqué ce matin sur RTL la centralisation du pouvoir telle qu'elle est pratiquée par la présidence Macron. "Je crains une Assemblée nationale qui vote au canon, l'absence d'opposition et donc un pouvoir jupitérien", dit-il. Lire la suite »

Yes, OneDrive is Coming to the iOS 11 Files App


According to a savvy redditor iOS 11 now supports FLAC playback. iOS 11: The new version of Apple's mobile operating system introduces some cool new features. At this point in time, there are a lot of other iOS 11 features being discovered such as the drag and drop functionality of the iPhone making its way to the iPhone. Lire la suite »

'Critical milestone': Pentagon hails ICBM intercept test


The Pentagon has insisted that Tuesday's test was scheduled years in advance, and has nothing to do with current tensions between the U.S. and North Korea over Pyongyang's continued testing of ballistic missiles. The string of islands and tiny atolls was the site of more than 65 nuclear tests during the Cold War. The Pentagon declared the missile-defense system ready for combat in 2004, but its testing history has been mixed. Lire la suite »

California woman arrested for giving 2-year-old boy drugs


Thomas then allegedly put something in the child's mouth and the boy's nanny, who was at the park with the toddler, immediately checked to see what it was but could not find anything, police said. Sabrina Reich, spokeswoman for the University of California Police Department at Berkeley. "Police also know Thomas, who they say lives in the park, alone", ABC 7 reports . Lire la suite »

Graphics cards designed for cryptocurrency mining coming soon


AMD traditionally has a better reputation for mining cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrency craze is hitting yet another couple of waves with Bitcoin reaching a record $2900 United States dollars in value, while Ethereum is climbing up as it doesn't require ASIC specific graphics cards. Lire la suite »

Hot Stock in Focus: Gerdau SA (GGB)

Alpha One also assigned headlines about the basic materials company an impact score of 100 out of 100, indicating that recent press coverage is extremely likely to have an effect on the stock's share price in the near future. Leading up to this report, we have seen a -2.42% fall in the stock price over the last 30 days and a -31.55% decline over the past 3 months. If a company has a PEG Ratio above one, it may represent that the company is overvalued. Lire la suite »

Notre Dame police attacker was doctoral student


Police shot the man who attacked an officer with a hammer outside the cathedral. The highly educated, well-travelled jihadi was shot in the chest and is now recovering in hospital. Ikken had earned a Masters degree while living in Sweden. He formerly studied at Stockholm University, and is believed to have married a Swedish woman. Lire la suite »

Small quake shakes things up in Maine


Dale Rowley, director of the Waldo County Emergency Management Agency, said people from Monroe, Frankfort, Winterport and Hampden reported either feeling or hearing the quake. Earthquakes below a 3.0 magnitude are considered low intensity and are felt "by very few under especially favorable conditions", the USGS writes. "A lot of people heard a loud rumbling sound", he said. Lire la suite »

London Bridge victim's body recovered from River Thames

A 27-year-old was arrested on suspicion of the preparation of terrorist acts and a 33-year-old was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs, police said. "I wish to make it absolutely clear, so there can be no doubt, I condemn his actions and do not support the beliefs he held that led to him committing this atrocity". Lire la suite »

Apple unveils 'HomePod' speaker, first new product in years

Or maybe it is the fact that even when the music is bumping the floorboards Siri can still hear your voice when you ask her to change tracks or turn it down when your upstairs neighbors start banging on the floor again. In comparison to Amazon's Alexa, users may notice Siri's lack of capabilities as wider features such as being able to make orders using voice control have not yet been added. Lire la suite »

Apple HomePod - Reinventing home music

With Facebook, Microsoft and Google emphasizing AI in their conferences over the past two months, market analysts believe it is Apple's turn. Artificial Intelligence is exciting, there is little doubt about that. Apple Watch, its latest product from 2015, saw its 2016 sales number double from the year before, according to Cook in the last earnings call. Lire la suite »

Apple wants to rock the market with HomePod, faces challenges

On paper, Apple's choice to present the HomePod a Sonos-esque high-end audio speaker that's powered by Siri compared to a Siri-powered home assistant is deliberate and a concession. Consequently, Apple is pushing HomePod as the reinvention of home music, a speaker capable of recognising its position within a room and adjusting its audio accordingly, or pairing with a second HomePod to double up. Lire la suite »

Things to know about ex-FBI head's James Comey's testimony


He is a good guy. "I hope you can let this go, '" Comey said in remarks posted on the website of the Senate intelligence committee. "I replied only that 'he is a good guy.' (In fact, I had a positive experience dealing with Mike Flynn when he was a colleague as Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency at the beginning of my term at Federal Bureau of Investigation.) I did not say I would 'let this go'". Lire la suite »

Apple unveils an Amazon Echo competitor

Apple generally has been fine taking its time versus releasing products exclusively to keep up with the competition. Apple also announced during their presentation that Apple Music now has 27 million subscribers, up from the 20 million figure that they reported in December, according to Billboard . Lire la suite »

Carter national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski dies

Mika Brzezinski , co-host of MSNBC's " Morning Joe ", announced the death on social media Friday night. He was one of the few foreign policy experts to warn against the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Brzezinski, who was active in academia well into his 80s, was critical of US President Donald Trump's foreign policy. He also served as foreign affairs adviser to Presidents John F. Lire la suite »

IMac Pro Is Apple's New Super-Powered Workhorse


Still, we're happy. The 21.5 inch iMac will start at $1099 and the 27 inch variant will start at $1299. There's now a 10TGb ethernet port, but more in keeping with Apple's recent push, you get four Thunderbolt 3 ports using USB Type-C too. Lire la suite »

"Impeachment" : vers une destitution de Donald Trump ?

La quinzaine de sénateurs assis en face de l'ancien premier flic des Etats-Unis ont voulu savoir si les multiples requêtes présidentielles, formulées en tête à tête dans l'intimité du Bureau ovale, représentent une interférence politique et une entrave à la justice, un délit majeur qui dans le passé à conduit au lancement par le Congrès de procédures de destitution contre les présidents Richard Nixon et Bill Clinton. Lire la suite »

Police arrest woman accused of stabbing daughter and grandkids


Darrington-Clark has been booked into the West Valley Detention Center on suspicion of murder, with bail set at $1 million, jail records show. Lawyer Robert Sheahen said Tuesday that Nicole Darrington-Clark came from a lovely family and was diagnosed with schizophrenia in an earlier case in Los Angeles Superior Court. Lire la suite »

Indian institutes led by IIT-Delhi in the list


The IISc has witnessed demotion in its ranking as previous year it was at the 152nd position. According to The Indian Express , a press release by QS stated that the fact that IISc's research papers were cited almost 82,000 times over the five-year period, played a crucial role for evaluation. Lire la suite »

Senators to ask about Trump pushback on Russian Federation investigation


Comey confirms President Trump's claim that he was not "personally" under investigation by the FBI - but what does "personally" mean, and was that only true at the time or is it so now? A few minutes prior, Senator Martin Heinrich (D- NM) asked acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director Andrew McCabe about conversations he's had with James Comey about his conversations with President Trump . Lire la suite »

Gifts Dad Will Love Using Around The House


Summer means fresh-grilled burgers (from dad's tried-and-true beef patty to your mouthwateringly fresh twist on the classic creation ), beers ( stick to these brews if you want to keep your summer nutrition plan on track), family time, and of course Father's Day. Lire la suite »

Final WhatsApp message of London Bridge terrorist Khuram Butt


An Italian prosecutor says Zaghba told authorities after being stopped previous year at Bologna's airport that he "wanted to be a terrorist", but then quickly corrected himself. Butt had featured in a Channel 4 documentary The Jihadis Next Door , broadcast previous year. London police have arrested another man suspected of a connection to the lethal attack on London Bridge . Lire la suite »