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WWDC 2017: Apple announces iOS 11; Focuses on iPad productivity


This app pulls in all your files and even works with third-party apps like Dropbox or Google Drive, so you have everything all in one place. Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will be the company's big tenth-anniversary iPhone. Just about everyone loves Wi-Fi, and iOS 11 is going to make it easier for you to share your wireless connectivity with friends and family, with no need to spell out passwords. Read More »

Apple Announces New and Improved iPad Pro

Each one will have a strong focus on usability, a move in line with Apple's push towards creating a better user experience. Besides playing music, Apple's Siri digital assistant will also respond to requests for information and other help around the house. Read More »

Trump says he would be willing to testify under oath


Trump first alluded to the so-called " tapes " in a May 12 tweet , following Comey's claim of written memos on his personal meetings with the president. Trump's feelings echo the sentiments of his personal lawyer , Marc Kasowitz, who was brought on to help defend the president amid the Russian Federation probe . Read More »

The London Bridge attackers

Police in the United Kingdom have released the name of the third attacker behind last week's terror attack in London . Earlier, Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera had reported that Zaghba had been stopped at an Italian airport because authorities believed he was on his way to Syria , and that Italian officials had warned British counterparts about him. Read More »

Macron's party has clear lead in France election

The Paris prosecutor's office said in a statement that it opened a preliminary investigation into allegations that members of Bayrou's Modem party used European Parliament funds to pay staffers for party activity instead of parliamentary work. Read More »

Qatar's FM: 'We are not ready to surrender'


Sheikh Mohammed's hard line mirrored that of a top Emirati diplomat who told the AP on Wednesday that the United Arab Emirates believes "there's nothing to negotiate" with Qatar. He added: "I don't know in which century we are living". The emirate is also home to leaders of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, the Palestinian Hamas and the Afghan Taliban. Read More »

Philippines fails to meet deadline to retake Marawi


Government forces have bombarded Marawi with air strikes and waged fierce street-to-street battles with hundreds of gunmen since the latter began a rampage through residential areas waving the black IS flags on May 22. Mr Adiong said. "There are 2,000 people who need immediate help (after) 13 days without food". The International Committee of the Red Cross called Wednesday for a humanitarian ceasefire to save them. Read More »

Trump Friday Twitter: Vindicates self, proclaims 'Comey is a leaker!'

Comey said he kept memos on his conversations with Trump - but hadn't with two previous presidents or other top Justice Department officials - because he "was honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting". Sanders took umbrage when asked if, as Comey had suggested, the president had lied. Your response was: "'I agree that Michael Flynn was a good guy.' You could have said: "'Mr President, this meeting is inappropriate, this response could compromise the ... Read More »

Missing 10-yr-old confirmed to be body found in Thornton


No additional details about how the girl died were released. Investigation being deemed homicide. According to The Denver Channel, the police collected over "100 pieces of evidence" in their search for Campbell. The 15-year-old boy told police they got separated when a rainstorm moved in. Shortly before midnight, the police in Thornton were phoned and Kiaya was reported missing. Read More »

Apple Launches iOS 11 And New iPads At WWDC 2017


Well, soon that won't be an issue as Apple are taking innovative measures to keep our eyes firmly fixated on the road. Last but not the least, the newest version of macOS is dubbed High Sierra. The HomePod is expected to ship in December to the U.S., U.K., and Australia. Though storage space on iOS devices continues to rise (the new iPad Pros come with as much as 512GB of storage), it's always nice to maximize that storage. Read More »

New arrest in London Bridge attack probe as police carry out raid


Each belt had three disposable water bottles "covered in masking tape attached to the belt", the statement added. A British government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the investigation confirmed the details of the Italian report, and said the man had not been considered a "person of interest", meaning they had no reason to think he was violent or planning an attack. Read More »

EU Ready For Brexit Negotiations

European officials did little to hide their frustration, with some even appearing to gloat. "We know when they must end", tweeted Donald Tusk, president of the European Council. UKIP's leader quit after failing to win any seats. Early parliamentary elections were held in the United Kingdom on June 8. She found it hard to range much beyond repeating a "strong and stable leadership" mantra, she rapidly u-turned on payments for social care and perhaps, voters found her lack of personality ... Read More »

Iran delivers food to Qatar amid concerns of shortages


The Islamic republic has also opened its airspace to about 100 more Qatari flights a day, after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates banned Qatari planes from their airpace. U.S. President Donald Trump has offered strong criticism of Qatar as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called for "no further escalation" in the crisis. Read More »

Irish citizens in Qatar urged to register with Foreign Affairs

Bahrain Thursday followed the United Arab Emirates in announcing that expressing sympathy for Qatar over sanctions imposed by its Gulf neighbours was an offence punishable by a lengthy jail term. The worst crisis in decades among the Gulf's Arab monarchies is underpinned in part by the regional rivalry between Sunni-led Saudi Arabia, West Asia's strongest Sunni power, and Shia-majority Iran, which has cordial relations with Qatar, known for its contradictory ties. Read More »

IOS App Review Prompts Become Less Annoying


At the time, developers were allowed to continue using any custom review prompts they had previously implemented, with the warning that such permission would eventually be revoked. While these new rules are clearly a boon for consumers, many developers may find the constraints too limiting. Apple is making it so that app ratings don't reset upon each update, though developers can choose to erase their rating upon an update if, say, a previous update tanked their review score due to a bug ... Read More »

Apple unveils new hardware, Siri, iMac Pro, iPhone, iPad and Watch

Apple CarPlay will still be available and the Apple Maps app will also still function, although drivers will be unable to input destinations while on the move. The lock screen and the Notification Center will be merged into one screen , just scroll up on the lock screen to access your latest notifications. Read More »

DUP: 'Positive' talks to continue next week


He added: 'We are ready - anytime'. Theresa May has said sorry to the Tory MPs and ministers who lost their seats due to her decision of holding elections. John McDonnell, will table amendments asking MPs to approve Labour's legislative programme rather than the Tory one. The Government was not claiming that the DUP had agreed to enter coalition with the Tories, something which would require a detailed agreement, such as that between David Cameron and Nick Clegg in 2010. Read More »

Scottish independence: Is IndyRef2 'dead' after election losses?

But her unionist opponents believed there was little enthusiasm among Scots to revisit the independence issue so soon after the 55-45 vote in 2014 against leaving the United Kingdom, and Sturgeon's own timetable for it perceptibly slipped during the election campaign to a more distant and less precise date, once the process of Brexit was complete. Read More »