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Kuo also suggested that the larger OLED version of the next iPhone may have a faster charging speed than its smaller siblings. Guess I shouldn't be too surprised. One unusual bit from Kuo was that he seemed to indicate that although Apple would take advantage of the faster power delivery spec of USB-C, it may not be able to get the data transmission speed upgrade if the iPhone itself still has a Lightning jack.
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    In addition to logging on to the device , Samsung Flow can wirelessly tether compatible devices to transfer documents from a mobile device to a tablet and sync message notifications. 50,900) and Euro 800 (roughly Rs. 58,100) respectively. Earlier this week, an app popped in the Windows Store and indicated support for a mysterious Windows 10-based tablet known as the Samsung Galaxy Book .
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    It is powered by the 2.0GHz Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor coupled with Adreno 506 GPU and 2GB/3GB/4GB of RAM. Storage weights in a 32GB. Inside, the G5 sports a 1.4GHz octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. The Gamepad Moto Mod is another newcomer to the family, which Moto hopes will transform your Moto Z into a mobile gaming console by adding an integrated battery, physical controls that flank the phone's display, and more .
  • Kyrgios stands between French and Marseille title

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    A break in the third game of the decider proved enough for Tsonga to wrap up the win as he goes in search of a third Open 13 title, having triumphed in 2009 and 2013. "I'm on top form right now so let's see", Tsonga said. Another forehand long from Del Potro gave Raonic a 7-6 lead and the Canadian won a third straight point to reach his first final of the season.
  • One of Duterte's Biggest Critics Arrested on Drug Charges

    One of Duterte's Biggest Critics Arrested on Drug Charges

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    The highest-profile critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly drug war was arrested today following an overnight vigil at the Senate, according to AFP reporters who witnessed her surrendering to police. Aries Aruguay, associate professor of political science at the University of the Philippines-Diliman, said the senator will use her detention to highlight the president's controversial policies.
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    The power of the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom comes with the camera, where the back has a dual 12MP lens. The ZenFone 3 Go is expected to be available in the United States after its rumored launch at the MWC 2017. On the camera front, the smartphone will sport a 13-megapixel camera with f/2.0 aperture, autofocus, and LED flash. On the software front, the smartphone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based ZenUI 3.5.
  • Audio: Murdered teen's cell phone records possible voice of suspect

    Audio: Murdered teen's cell phone records possible voice of suspect

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    Every time it rings we wonder if that's going to be the call, the person whatever it is the clue that we need to find who it is", said Cassie Lane, Lead Communicator with Carroll County 911 center. "Abby and Libby need you". Investigators said there is no indication of a serial murder because of no ties to known homicides. Agents have briefed Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey on the case on two occasions.
  • Sensitive data leaked from customers' websites following Cloudflare bug

    Sensitive data leaked from customers' websites following Cloudflare bug

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    Cloudflare, a content delivery network and Internet security services provider, hosts six million websites , spreading them across the Internet to put them closer to customers while at the same time reducing their exposure to the so-called Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks that might knock them offline.
  • Police list stolen Brady Super Bowl jersey as a first-degree felony

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    Presumably because, just a couple weeks removed from the Super Bowl , whoever nabbed it is trying to lay low. He told a team equipment manager he remembered putting it in his locker and that "someone stole it". local time. Josh Evans , the founder of auction website Lelands.com, says before the theft the jersey would have gone for about $250,000. In case you were wondering, Tom Brady's missing Superbowl jersey is still missing, which is reportedly wort about $500,000.
  • Long, wobbly road back for Dale Earnhardt

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    Last year, Elliott captured his first pole as a Sunoco rookie. Earnhardt, who sat out most of the last half of the 2016 Sprint Cup season because of a severe concussion, was on the pole for the 500 in Sunday time trials until the last second when his teammate, Chase Elliott , just edged him out.
  • Far-right Le Pen refuses headscarf to meet Lebanese mufti

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    He said that from 2017 public health insurance would provide 100 percent cover for children's eye-glasses and that by the end of his five-year mandate he wanted to ensure zero-cost provision of hearing aids, eyecare and dentures. Bailey and team say: "The victory of an anti-establishment politician such as Geert Wilders [in the Netherlands] or Marine Le Pen [in France] could see the market start to price in redenomination risk, with periphery credit underperforming".
  • John Oliver On Putin's Russian And 'Moral Equivalence' With The US

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    He pointed to Trump's surrender of the moral high ground, when Trump told O'Reilly to "take a look at what we've done, too" after O'Reilly called Putin "a killer". Among a slew of other issues, his adversaries tend to turn up dead - or have weird things happen to them (fake sex tapes, flying dildos, and human feces on his enemies' cars, to name just a few).