• Integral unveils 512GB microSD card, coming this February
Integral unveils 512GB microSD card, coming this February

Integral includes a microSD to SD adapter with the latest card - as it does with other storage sizes. Intgral says it also has a transfer speed of up to 90MB/s and meets Video Speed Class 10 specification. As of now, there has not been any revelation about the price of the 512GB memory card. That would be Integral Memory's all-new 512GB chip...

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  • Range Rover SV Coupe marks return of the two-door Land Rover
Range Rover SV Coupe marks return of the two-door Land Rover

Land Rover has released the first teaser image of the Range Rover SV Coupe ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show . While the wood covered centre console with metallic trim runs the length of the cabin, the front seats sit in white and the rear passengers sit in dark navy blue.

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  • New God of War Gets Official Release Date
New God of War Gets Official Release Date

It's been almost two years since Sony announced it would revitalize the God of War franchise , and now we finally know when Kratos' next adventure will arrive. But we mightn't have expected the game to be coming out so soon. Sony did confirm that if you pre-order any of the editions of the game you will get three legendary shield skins , so...

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  • Take Up to $200 off Apple's 2017 MacBook Air Laptops
Take Up to $200 off Apple's 2017 MacBook Air Laptops

The 512GB model is also $200 off if you require even more storage. This rumor comes from a DigiTimes report on Tuesday, claiming that General Interface Solution (GIS) is expecting more LCD display orders from Apple for this new model, after it began supplying the models for existing MacBooks in the fourth quarter of previous year.

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  • Smartphone Battery Explodes After Man Tries Biting It
Smartphone Battery Explodes After Man Tries Biting It

According to Taiwan News , the man went to an electronics store on January 19 for a battery replacement. It's not clear which store he was in, but the side of the shop has big characters that read "Professional screen change". It is unclear why the man chose to chew on the battery. You know that smartphone batteries can be pretty unsafe things,...

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  • Falcon Heavy test delayed, this time by government shutdown
Falcon Heavy test delayed, this time by government shutdown

Such an extended shutdown would be utterly unprecedented, but if 2017 and 2018 have done anything at all, they've tempered tendencies towards knee-jerk claims of "that'll never happen!" "The space walk by NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle, scheduled for Tuesday, will go on as planned, but if the shutdown continues into next week...

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  • 'Super Blue Blood Moon' visible January 31st
'Super Blue Blood Moon' visible January 31st

An incredibly rare lunar event called a "super blue blood moon" will be visible across the UAE skies next week. A super moon is a full moon that appears larger than usual, because it's at its closest distance to Earth in its elliptic orbit.

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  • Windows 10 is getting new privacy tools in the next major update
Windows 10 is getting new privacy tools in the next major update

For the past three years, Microsoft has watched as Google's Chromebooks have eaten away at the low-priced Windows PC market. The company today unveiled new devices and software tools aimed at winning over more schools to Windows 10 , which is estimated to have a market share of 22 percent in the U.S.

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  • Sony Licenses PlayStation Characters for Amiibo-Like Figures
Sony Licenses PlayStation Characters for Amiibo-Like Figures

In both the USA and Spain, the figures will be available on March 23. The line includes God of War's Kratos, LittleBigPlanet's Sackboy, Crashbicoot, Parappa the Rapper , the hunter from Bloodborne , the Feisar FX350 from Wipeout , and Tekken's Heihachi.

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  • Meltdown: Intel now asking everyone to skip flawed firmware updates
Meltdown: Intel now asking everyone to skip flawed firmware updates

The company had already acknowledged that the patch could lead to unexpected reboots, but had previously publicly advised users to install it anyway. The Intel chief executive promised speedy release of patches during his most high-profile public comments since the release of research highlighting vulnerabilities affecting the chips powering mo...

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  • Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 Pics: Dream Girls
Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 Pics: Dream Girls

The 63rd edition of the Filmfare Awards 2018 featured Bollywood's leading actresses at their sartorial best - from Alia Bhatt to Neha Dhupia, each celebrity was a sight in their own right, decked in head-to-toe couture. The glitzy and glamourous ceremony of the 63rd Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 sure was a memorable affair. Unlike today, back then t...

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  • Prosecutors In South Korea Now Investigating iPhone Batterygate
Prosecutors In South Korea Now Investigating iPhone Batterygate

It seems like Apple will now be releasing the option to manage your own iPhone battery performance and even stop iOS throttling performance and downgrading it. Users will also be able to decide whether they would like their iPhones to slow down and save battery life. Cook also said that when Apple introduced these software changes they should h...

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  • Breakthrough blood test can check for eight common cancers
Breakthrough blood test can check for eight common cancers

However, while Schiffman is optimistic about the potential of the test, he and others recognize the major hurdles still standing in the way of an effective and reliable blood test for cancer . The study, which involved 1,005 patients with pre-diagnosed cancer and detected their disease with an accuracy rate of approximately 70 percent. It did le...

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  • North Korea 'Sending 22 Athletes' to 2018 Winter Olympics
North Korea 'Sending 22 Athletes' to 2018 Winter Olympics

North Korea's unexpected participation, negotiated in talks at the heavily fortified border between the two nations since the start of the year, has been hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough that could herald peace on the Korean Peninsula .

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  • Rocket Lab achieves orbit on historic launch from New Zealand
Rocket Lab achieves orbit on historic launch from New Zealand

The company has faced a series of hurdles in launching its Electron rocket, known as Still Testing, into orbit. Operators of tiny satellites don't have many options to get to space, and typically have to hitch rides on launches of much bigger probes.

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  • TV crew attempts to pass fake bomb through airport security
TV crew attempts to pass fake bomb through airport security

Officials believe the group wanted to see if they could get through the security checkpoint while filming themselves doing so. The cable TV crew working for the Endemol Shine Group, which contracts with CNBC , were arrested Thursday for the attempt, according to WCBS-TV in NY.

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  • Zimbabwe politician, wife killed in USA helicopter crash
Zimbabwe politician, wife killed in USA helicopter crash

Despite his incarcerations, Bennett remained an ardent critic of the dictatorship, calling disputed 2013 elections "a daylight robbery and theft [by] Robert Mugabe's regime" in an interview with CBC's As It Happens. My condolences are extended to their family & friends". "What a blow ... to our struggle", he tweeted. Elder Mutasa told ZimEye, "...

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  • The 'Super Blue Blood Moon' is coming at the end of January
The 'Super Blue Blood Moon' is coming at the end of January

Sunrise takes place at 7:18 a.m. just prior to the moon setting at 7:22 a.m. This eclipse is particularly special, as it involves the second and last super moon of the year - referring to a full moon that takes place around the time of perigee, when the moon is closest to the Earth.

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  • Cold weather not expected to delay Atlas V launch
Cold weather not expected to delay Atlas V launch

The launch is planned for Friday, Jan. 19, from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The SBIRS satellites will collect data and relay it to an Air Force command center where it will be used to issue missile warnings and inform decisions related to missile defense systems, as well as improve battle space awareness and techn...

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  • Slow mobile pages will hurt your ranking: Google
Slow mobile pages will hurt your ranking: Google

Under the change, Google will take page speeds into account in determining its rankings for mobile searches. Only the slowest pages will be affected by this update, and the same standards will be applied to all sites regardless of the technology used to build them.

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