• Apple March 2016 event: 9.7-inch iPad Pro may support Apple Pencil

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    The time has come for Apple to announce a new range of products - with a new iPhone and iPad among the expected reveals. The annual Apple event is happening today, March 21 , and HollywoodLife.com has all of the facts about the event, including the time, place and more! The tech giant is expected to launch the 4-inch iPhone SE , a 9.7-inch iPad Pro , an iPad Air and possibly an upgraded MacBook.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S7 - Specs and Features Comparison

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S7 - Specs and Features Comparison

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    Even with questionable device prioritization, many on the Galaxy S6/Edge devices still haven't been seeded the update. Have you been experiencing more Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge bugs? If a simple restart of your Samsung Galaxy S7 doesn't quite cut it, try toggling off Smart Stay because some users found it has got to do with the Camera problem.
  • IPhone SE Will Look 'Almost Exactly The Same' As The iPhone 5s

    IPhone SE Will Look 'Almost Exactly The Same' As The iPhone 5s

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    According to 9to5Mac , the 9.7-inch Pro will start at $599 (Wi-Fi version), a $100 price hike from the iPad Air 2. The iPad Air 3 is expected to have quad speakers, a Smart Connector for smart accessories (including compatibility with the Apple Pencil), and an LED flash.
  • Xbox Survey Wants To Know If You'll Sell Your Digital Games

    Xbox Survey Wants To Know If You'll Sell Your Digital Games

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    The normal price on the Xbox One is $349, with the $50 discount applied for now - but there's no news on if, or when the price will bounce back up to its original price. It seems that such a feature would be driven by Xbox Live store credit rather than real money, but the idea does seem like a good one, although Microsoft might have to tweak the values or offer other bonuses that will make the concept attractive.
  • Price Of Oil Increases, Hits 2016 Peak

    Price Of Oil Increases, Hits 2016 Peak

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    Brent crude's LCOc1 front-month contract declined 7¢ at $41.47, while the U.S. crude CLc1 rose 3¢ at $40.23 a barrel, Reuters reported. Prices have rallied from near 13-year lows touched in February after the Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia mooted a meeting to freeze output.
  • Oil slips from 2016 high as investors book profits

    Oil slips from 2016 high as investors book profits

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    On the ICE Futures Exchange in London, the May Brent contract jumped 1.32% to a three-month high of $42.10 a barrel. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries believes the United States' output of crude and other liquids will fall by 420,000 barrels a day this year, which should help ease the global oil glut more than any other non-OPEC country this year.
  • Comet 252P/LINEAR swings by Earth, much brighter than expected

    Comet 252P/LINEAR swings by Earth, much brighter than expected

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    Astronomers will have a treat in the next couple of days when a pair of comets will fly by Earth the closest in recorded history. The comet will come within 2.2 million miles of the planet according to Nasa's Center of NEO (near Earth objects) Studies ( CNEOS ) at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
  • UNC Basketball: Tar Heels advance to second round

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    However, instead of making a significant adjustment, Williams chose to push the tempo even more to take advantage of having two point guards on the court. Xavier , West Virginia , Kentucky , Indiana, Providence are just some of the big name teams that are standing in the way of the Tar Heels. Despite jumping out to a double-digit lead in the first half, the Tar Heels suddenly found themselves potentially being on the wrong side of history.
  • The 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 defines the word powerful

    The 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 defines the word powerful

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    Under the hood is a supercharged V8 (the 640hp/477kW 6.2L LT4) and General Motors' all-new 10-speed automatic transmission . That's two more than the eight-speed you'll find in the Camaro SS or Corvette, and four more than in the previous ZL1.
  • Samsung Galaxy S7's Camera Rivals the iPhone 6s

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    Another special offer T-Mobile is giving is to give a free Galaxy Gear VR powered by Oculus, a 6-game bundle and a full year of Netflix, if you get the Galaxy S7 on one of the qualifying plans. The 32GB Galaxy S7 is at $0 down and $28/month for 24 months or at an FRP of $669.99. The latest Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 handsets are water-resistant and are powered by Qualcomm quad-core 2.15GHz/1.6GHz processors for U.S.
  • Xbox One Spring sale discounts console to $299 on March 20

    Xbox One Spring sale discounts console to $299 on March 20

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    But the company also managed a small dig at Microsoft , arguing that it had made the same move years ago. "We would be happy to save the conversation with any publishers or developers who are interested in cross platform play", Sony told Game Spot .
  • Looks like the Nintendo NX controller image is a fake

    Looks like the Nintendo NX controller image is a fake

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    As 2016 ticks by, relative silence has continued to surround Nintendo NX. Nintendo has filed a number of patents over the years, and some journalists are using that as confirmation of the image's validity. First, let's  look  at the patent image. As for the photo, I don't believe that it was real. As with many patents, Nintendo may have simply been safeguarding an idea rather than it having any relation to NX.
  • A4 Waist Challenge: China's new craziest fitness trend

    A4 Waist Challenge: China's new craziest fitness trend

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    The goal is to measure the waist by holding an A4 paper in a portrait position (because obviously it would be too wide in landscape). The trend has seen participants trying to demonstrate their waists are equal to or narrower than the width of the average printer paper, according to People's Daily Online .
  • Hillary Clinton Sweeps Bernie Sanders in 4 Primary States

    Hillary Clinton Sweeps Bernie Sanders in 4 Primary States

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    For the first time, two states - OH and Florida - had winner-take-all contests. "Although we're waiting for final results in IL and Missouri , we know we will add to our delegate lead to roughly 300 with over two million more votes nationwide", Clinton said.
  • Sony responds to Microsoft's invitation for cross-network multiplayer

    Sony responds to Microsoft's invitation for cross-network multiplayer

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    Not wanting to be left in the dust, Microsoft recently announced on their official blog that they are enabling developers to have their games support cross-platform play. The headset will come with a "pack-in" free downloadable game/probable tech demo in the form of The Playroom VR , and over 230 developers , including Capcom, Sega, Koei Tecmo, Grasshopper Manufacture, and many more, are already working on games for the hardware.
  • HERE Maps Abandoning Windows 10 Phones; Try Windows Maps Instead

    HERE Maps Abandoning Windows 10 Phones; Try Windows Maps Instead

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    In the same  blog post , the company further wrote, "For maps, routes and navigation, we recommend using the preinstalled  Windows Maps  application". The company has probably made this move as the market share of the  Windows 10  Mobile devices has been falling rather rapidly, and working towards developing apps for such a dead OS would be worthless as they have to apply more efforts and would ultimately end up catering to the needs of a very small audience.
  • Trump wins Florida, loses Ohio; Rubio drops out

    Trump wins Florida, loses Ohio; Rubio drops out

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    Senator Rubio will have to decide about the future of his campaign, but we believe voters in the remaining states will see this as a 3-person race no matter what. Mr Rubio and Mr Kasich have suggested they might not support Mr Trump if he is the nominee. For Ted Cruz, Kasich's survival represents disappointment in that it delays the toe-to-toe match he craves with Trump.
  • Rookies lead late rally in Miami Heat's win over Denver Nuggets

    Rookies lead late rally in Miami Heat's win over Denver Nuggets

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    Miami shot 60.5 percent, Denver shot 55.3 percent, and the Heat went into halftime with a 64-62 advantage . Harris, D.J. Augustin, Darrell Arthur and Jusuf Nurkic each scored 17 Saturday when the Nuggets shot 52.5 percent in their fourth straight win, 116-100 over visiting Washington.
  • Polls show Trump leading in Florida

    Polls show Trump leading in Florida

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    The problem, for Sanders, is Democrats award their delegates proportionately. This would play into Cruz's hands who has been selling it as such for several weeks now.
  • Todd Palin injured in AK snowmobile accident; hospitalized

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    Trump's thoughts and prayers are with the Palin family at this time", the campaign said in a follow-up statement. As for Trump, Palin said he's been acting in a responsible manner by trying to urge supporters to show restraint, The Tampa Bay Times reported.
  • Quinnipiac poll: Donald Trump ahead of Marco Rubio 46-22% in Florida

    Quinnipiac poll: Donald Trump ahead of Marco Rubio 46-22% in Florida

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    When asked at the Republican debate last week,  Cruz   said  he would support  Trump  as the nominee: "Yes". "We're going to chalk up enough delegates where I'm going to go to the convention in a strong position, and I think with experience, with a record, with an adult approach both domestically and (in) foreign policy I think I have an excellent chance of being the nominee of the Republican Party".
  • Warnings of 'climate emergency' as February breaks global temperature records

    Warnings of 'climate emergency' as February breaks global temperature records

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    According to Nasa data , global surface temperatures across land and ocean in February were 1.35°C warmer than the average temperature for that month, measured from the 1951-1980 baseline. The last colder-than-average month in NASA's database was February 1985, and Earth's last colder-than-average January was 40 years ago, in 1976. The unprecedented temperatures have led to unprecedented consequences, particularly in the Arctic where sea ice levels this winter have hit record lows.