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Apple aims to 'reinvent home music' with HomePod smart speaker


In other words, this could be a sneaky way to infiltrate homes that already have smart assistants which have mediocre music features and sound quality and then release a software update that makes HomePod way, way more powerful. Taking direct aim at services like those provided by PayPal Holdings Inc, Apple also debuted peer-to-peer payments for Apple Pay in which users will be able to send money through the Messages app on iPhones. Read More »

Britain goes to the polls


Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn crisscrossed the country on the final day of campaigning yesterday, trying to woo voters with rival plans for Brexit, building a fairer society and combating the terrorist threat made all too immediate by attacks in Manchester and London . Read More »

Apple debuts HomePod speaker to bring Siri into the living room

Of course, there's no doubt that HomePod will deliver much better audio than any other smart speaker product in the market right now, because it not only listens to you, but it listens to itself. In terms of hardware, Apple clearly is at par with Google Home and Amazon Echo on paper. The origin of smart home speakers as the consumer public knows it stems from Amazon who launched its Amazon Echo device back in November 2014. Read More »

Trump promises "first-class" infrastructure system for US


Wednesday broad messaging continued what the president has been doing all week, largely via his Twitter account. It includes detailed descriptions of meetings and phone conversations between Trump and Comey. "The president aims to give states and localities the ability to address their own critical infrastructure needs and to collaborate with private enterprises where it makes sense, " the White House said this week. Read More »

Apple makes it tougher to text and drive

Cook has always been bullish about the prospects for augmented reality, and Apple is working on smart glasses, people familiar with the plans have said. Apple has added new male and female voices that are more natural and expressive. As of now, it can show real-time translations of five languages; Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Read More »

Bahrain foreign minister says all options open on Qatar

The ongoing Qatar crisis could have stemmed from a fake news story that the Federal Bureau of Investigation believes was planted by Russian hackers. President Donald Trump a year ago. But in some of the strongest comments yet, Bahrain's foreign minister, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, reportedly told the Saudi newspaper Mecca he doubted whether Qatar would change its behaviour. Read More »

Comey Has "No Doubt" Russia Interfered in The 2016 Elections

But the ex-FBI director also will validate Trump's assertion that he was not personally a target of the federal counterintelligence investigation into possible campaign collusion with Russian Federation. Schoolteachers are remaking lesson plans to discuss the testimony instead. Trump's personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz highlighted Comey's statements in the testimony that he had told Trump twice and congressional leaders once that the President was not a target of the FBI's Russian Federation ... Read More »

Egypt condemns IS-claimed Iran attacks

A day later, Iran's Intelligence Ministry released the first names of the five attackers, who were identified as Seriyas, Fereydoun, Qayyoum, Abu Jahad and Ramin, according to Iran's Press TV , which is close to the country's Islamic government. Read More »

Comey's caution to meet Trump's tweets in Russian Federation hearing


Comey's written testimony describes several different contacts he had with Trump, including a January 27 dinner where he said the president told him, "I need loyalty". 'I remember saying, "I agree he's a good guy", as a way of saying, "I'm not agreeing with what you just asked me to do". I mean, it's the President of the United States, with me alone, saying, "I hope this". Read More »

Témoignage accablant de l'ex-chef du FBI contre Trump — Etats-Unis

Flynn concernant ses conversations avec l'ambassadeur russe en décembre", et non l'enquête plus large sur l'éventuelle collusion entre la Russie et la campagne du républicain. "Je lui ai dit que je verrais ce que nous pourrions faire". Deux semaines après, le président l'a relancé. Le récit de M. Comey est frappant par la description sans équivoque de son malaise face aux requêtes insistantes du président. Read More »

RSS flays CPI-M for blaming it for Yechury assault


Party sources added that even as the Kerala lobby is upset over an unprecedented third term for Yechury , the "matter is still open". "It was a planned attack". The pitch to re-nominate Mr Yechury has been made by the Bengal unit of the CPM, but the Kerala members are opposed to it. Mr Yechury had said he would follow the norm. Read More »

Trump just reached an unwanted milestone in new poll


In other interactions between the two in February, President Trump pressured Comey to drop the federal investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. More than half of voters think Trump is "too friendly" to Russian Federation. Nor is the president reassuring. Among Republicans, 63 percent strongly approve of him. Read More »

Amazon Prime Video Is Headed To The Apple TV

Users will also be available to control smart home products such as connected lighting by speaking to Siri through the HomePod . The " HomePod " speaker unveiled at Apple's annual developers conference is similar to rival devices that have been released during the past two years. Read More »

21 civils fuyant Raqa tués dans une frappe de la coalition — Syrie


Néanmoins, elle " assènera un coup décisif " au " califat " autoproclamé par le groupe EI en 2014 sur les territoires qu'il avait conquis en Syrie et en Irak et dont il a depuis perdu une grande partie. Pour le porte-parole de cette alliance arabo-kurde, soutenue par les Etats-Unis, la 'grande bataille de Raqqa' est désormais en cours. Avec une nette prédominance des Unités de défense du peuple kurde (YPG), les FDS comptent aussi des Arabes musulmans et chrétiens ainsi que quelques ... Read More »

Multiple threats could lead to downfall of Brazil president


The president is also being investigated for allegedly receiving bribes via former aide Rodrigo Rocha Loures. FILE - In this July 16, 2014, file photo, Chamber of Deputies President Henrique Eduardo Alves talks to China's President Xi Jinping during a session of the Brazilian National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil. Read More »

Apple's HomePod Pumps Up the Volume

Apple's more than 100,000 employees are dedicated to making the best products on earth, and to leaving the world better than we found it. Spatial awareness is one of HomePod's differentiating features . "If you are paying the extra money because Apple is requiring you to do so to access your stuff, that is the Apple tax and it is the kind of thing that people don't like". Read More »

Tehran attackers were ISIS recruits

Trump said the United States would "grieve and pray" for the victims, but added: "We underscore that states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote ". The IS, a hardline Sunni jihadi group, claimed the attacks and threatened further assaults on Iranian Shia Muslims. The Iranian president also described terrorism as a global challenge, and underlined the need for the worldwide community to unite in order to fight extremism, terrorism and violence. Read More »

US says fight for Raqqa will be 'difficult'


After months sealing off access routes to the city from the east, north and west, the USA -backed Syrian Democratic Forces ( SDF ) said it entered city limits for the first time on June 6. Retaking the key cities of Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq will be major defeats for ISIS and its self-declared caliphate, though the coalition warned "there will still be a lot of hard fighting ahead ". Read More »

United Kingdom poll: Odds favour May, Tories despite Labour surge


A spokesperson for the UK's National Counter Terrorism Policing headquarters has said security around polling stations is "constantly reviewed and updated by local police forces". No one was more surprised than Jeremy Corbyn when he was elected leader of Britain's Labour Party. When May called the election seven weeks ago, she was seeking to capitalize on opinion polls showing that her Conservatives had a wide lead over the opposition Labour Party. Read More »

Apple Music enters home speaker market with HomePod

Only, if you have a knack for colors, Google Home comes with different color options at the base of the speaker to customize. The new move will see shows such as Man in the High Castle and The Grand Tour made available on Apple TV devices for the first time. Read More »

EPA chief gets his facts wrong on coal jobs

PRUITT , pushing back on whether the president is overstating his ability to bring back long lost coal-mining jobs, credited Trump with creating nearly 50,000 jobs "in the coal sector" since the fourth quarter of previous year. The Natural Resources Defense Council and the Pesticide Action Network sued the EPA on April 5, making the same basic argument: The EPA has long delayed the revocation of the pesticide and its sudden decision not to do so, in concert with the incoming Trump ... Read More »

L'Etat Islamique menace ce mercredi soir huit pays, dont la Belgique


Daesh s'adresse ensuite aux Occidentaux en les prévenant que " des milliers de lions solitaires sont préparés dans vos pays ". D'après Pieter Van Ostaeyen, expert belge spécialisé dans le djihad international cité par Belga, le message a été diffusé via les canaux de l'organisation terroriste et semble donc " authentique ". Read More »

Phil Bauhaus wins 5th stage of Criterium du Dauphine


Belgian Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) retained the overall leader's yellow jersey after the solo effort between La Tour du Pin and Bourgoin-Jallieu. "I think I can go to the Tour de France in fantastic form and with a great team behind me", he added. This was the last opportunity for the sprinters before the race heads to the mountains for the final three days, with Chris Froome needing to make up time after he could only manage eighth place on Wednesday's time trial. Read More »