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Sledgehammer Games' Michael Condry confirmed the game would release in November, as every Call of Duty game has before it. Leaks related to Call of Duty: WWII continues to arrive on the internet since the official announcement from Activision .
  • Facebook works on technology to control computer with power of thought

    Facebook works on technology to control computer with power of thought

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    Dugan then proceeded to show a video demo of a woman typing eight words per minute directly from the stage. An even more futuristic project intends to deliver spoken language through human skin . The project will rely on non-invasive sensors shipped at scale. "From locations precise to millimetres and without signal distortions". Dugan mentioned that the company's hopes for a sufficiently high-resolution, non-invasive neural electrode now rest on optical imaging, which she then explained.
  • Chemical attack was fabricated: Assad

    Chemical attack was fabricated: Assad

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    The entire incident was "fabricated" and "unconvincing", he claimed. Our impression is that the West, mainly the United States , is hand-in-glove with the terrorists . In a Thursday phone call, Erdogan stressed to his Russian counterpart that the use of chemical weapons was a crime against humanity, they said. The tense back-and-forth over last week's deadly chemical attack in Syria has added to the strain.
  • Perfect body: Minister slams text as sexist, orders probe

    Perfect body: Minister slams text as sexist, orders probe

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    It's not all hyperbole, though. It does not stop here, the book also tells that the 36-24-36 shape of females is considered best and that is why in beauty pageants such size is taken into consideration. "I have instructed the officers to take strict action against those behind this textbook and all schools should ensure they have proper books". The CBSE has been in the news recently for seemingly controversial content that has appeared in its textbooks or examination papers.
  • In Search For Life, NASA Finds Two "Ocean Worlds"

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    But Waite and his colleagues used the onboard mass spectrometer to study the plumes, and discovered molecular hydrogen - which happens to be a key food source for microbes living around hydrothermal vents on Earth. Sadly, we soon have to say goodbye to Cassini after all the fantastic work it's been doing in studying Saturn and its moons. "We're looking in a way that we never felt possible before for environments in our solar system that may harbor life today".
  • Trump says Susan Rice may have committed a crime, defends O'Reilly

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    In an interview , Trump declined to tell the New York Times whether he had reviewed intelligence to bolster his claim about Rice but said he would explain himself "at the right time ". "I think it's going to be the biggest story", Trump said during an interview in the Oval Office, throwing around claims that other Obama administration officials might have been in on the so-called scandal.
  • NASA's Peggy Whitson takes command of space station

    NASA's Peggy Whitson takes command of space station

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    She made history is 2008 when she became the first female commander of ISS. Extending Whitson's stay for those three months will bring the ISS back to a full crew, meaning science experiments on board will not be delayed by insufficient astronaut time.
  • Turkey FM says U.S. attack on air base not enough

    Turkey FM says U.S. attack on air base not enough

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    A political solution to the Syrian crisis is not possible while Bashar al-Assad is in power, the USA envoy to the United Nations said Saturday. USA media reports have suggested that images of chemical weapons attack victims, especially those of children and babies, played a role in convincing Trump the U.S.
  • Samsung forecasts best quarterly profit in over three years as chips soar

    Samsung forecasts best quarterly profit in over three years as chips soar

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    The results also underscore how the electronics conglomerate is recovering from last year's Note 7 crisis, when some smartphones burst into flames and forced Samsung to pull it from shelves. Not wanting to be far behind, Samsung earlier in the day announced that it estimates the first quarter will produce its best quarterly profit in more than three years, reflecting record earnings off a memory chip super-cycle.
  • China president's plane stops in Alaska after Trump visit

    China president's plane stops in Alaska after Trump visit

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    Bill Walker Friday evening at the Hotel Captain Cook in downtown Anchorage. Earlier on Thursday and Friday, Xi had the first face-to-face meeting with his USA counterpart Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. "The only way for us to expand as a company is on the export market", said spokeswoman Lorali Simon. "Tremendous. goodwill and friendship was formed, but only time will tell on trade", Trump tweeted.
  • Butch Harmon on Dustin Johnson withdrawal from the Masters

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    Golf Channel reported Johnson's warm-up was a "difficult" session with pain in his back that wold come and go. "I can't make any normal swings. It still hurt", Johnson said. After a physical therapy session, Johnson tested his swing for several minutes under the watchful gaze of his caddie, brother Austin Johnson, and swing coach Butch Harmon, then returned for more therapy.
  • Apple Watch Series 3 late this year; continued two-generation strategy

    Apple Watch Series 3 late this year; continued two-generation strategy

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    If true, the latest Digitimes report puts to rest a debate among analysts and market researchers about whether the new Watch would come in September or April. While the Apple Watch Series 2 addressed some features that some felt were missing in the original, we're still not sure if you could call the Apple Watch the ideal smartwatch.