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In response to this feedback, we're providing more details about the Windows 10 updates we deliver through Windows Update . "After listening to feedback regarding the level of disclosure for Windows 10 updates , we made a decision to implement a new system for communicating updates to the operating system", a Microsoft representative told me.
  • Lady Gaga nails national anthem at the Super Bowl

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    Lady Gaga says that singing the American national anthem at the Super Bowl is a " dream come true ". Again - relative to Lady Gaga . However, after her National Anthem performance, we know Lady Gaga's not leaving music behind for good.
  • Microsoft Lumia 650 XL live photos kill Lumia 850 release date

    Microsoft Lumia 650 XL live photos kill Lumia 850 release date

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    The General Manager, West, East and Central Africa, Microsoft Mobile Devices and Services, Joseph Umunakwe while speaking the during the launch of the products reiterated Microsoft's commitment to empowering every individual and organization on the planet to achieve more.
  • Coldplay send love to Super Bowl guests

    Coldplay send love to Super Bowl guests

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    Beyonce then combined forces on stage with Coldplay and Bruno Mars with a look back at the halftime shows of Super Bowls' past. However, Beyonce did have one little misstep but recovered nicely without missing a beat. The Super Bowl 50 halftime show was 12 minutes of rocking music and psychedelic colors that ended with a message of love. It was a gutsy move: Martin had said last week that he wouldn't perform Coldplay's collaboration with Queen Bey, "Hymn For the Weekend", because it was too ...
  • New year, new travel: more Chinese choose tourism over tradition

    New year, new travel: more Chinese choose tourism over tradition

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    The dragon , which looms large in the New Year's festivities, is based on the beast Nian, who came to countryside villages to eat the people, mostly children. It also includes exotic delicacies and spectacular firework. Tip: A pot of garden mums, which are coming into the season will bring good luck and brighten your home as well.
  • We've finally got our first peek into the Gilmore Girls reboot

    We've finally got our first peek into the Gilmore Girls reboot

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    This picture, however, also serves to remind Gilmore Girls devotees that Melissa McCarthy's Sookie - the third member of this friend group - will not return to small town Conneticut. The Gilmore Girls Revival Event Series will consist of four 90-minute episodes that are essentially being crafted as "mini-movies". Netflix's " Gilmore Girls " revival hails from Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions in association with Warner Bros.
  • Super Bowl 50: Beyonce, Bruno Mars boost Coldplay's shining halftime show

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    The British band invited Beyonce and Bruno Mars to share the spotlight Sunday for the halftime extravaganza, which evolved into a 50th anniversary tribute to Super Bowl shows of yore. The headliners: Coldplay, Beyonce and popular Las Vegas headliner Bruno Mars (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas) with DJ Mark Ronson. Then the Queen appears on the field in formation for " Formation ".
  • Super Bowl Half Time Show: Beyonce To Perform 'Formation'

    Super Bowl Half Time Show: Beyonce To Perform 'Formation'

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    The  CBS  clip also included interviews with Super Bowl XLVII  halftime show  team members Bruce Rodgers (production designer) and LeRoy Bennett (creative consultant). Beyoncé is returning to  the Super Bowl halftime show . Then, there are the Super Bowl Commercials, which you catch if these what interest you. Perry's performance of her hit Teenage Dream in 2015 sparked the " left shark " meme, with viewers bemused by one of the two backing dancers in shark outfits who appeared to have ...
  • Super Bowl 50 Commercials Preview

    Super Bowl 50 Commercials Preview

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    Sunday's 50th-anniversary, Super Bowl will be no exception. Every year brands with high profile names and deep awareness continue to advertise on this big stage.  The Super Bowl is one of the few times advertisers can get a massive audience in the age of Netflix and hundreds of cable channels.
  • Japan's Sakurajima volcano, not far from nuclear plant, erupts

    Japan's Sakurajima volcano, not far from nuclear plant, erupts

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    Japan's Meteorological Agency pegged it as an "explosive eruption" and raised the warning level on the peak to 3 - meaning that people shouldn't approach the mountain. A spokesperson for Kyushu Electric Power , which runs the power station, said the eruption made no impact to their plant operations and that they are not implementing any special measure.
  • How to Play Red Dead Redemption on the Xbox One Right Now

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    However, Venture Beat was playing it earlier on their Xbox One, so there's that too. Choose to see Red Dead Redemption in the store, and then a prompt to begin the installation should appear. Once there you should be able to download the game to your Xbox One, assuming that you own the digital version. The game studio has already said that it takes them years to put out new iterations of their most popular titles, and considering that it has already been six years since the first ...
  • IPhone 7 to Address iPhone 6S Design Weaknesses

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    And we think it is safe to claim that this is an update that brings relief along for all iPhone fans, since the camera ring will no longer be a continual point of impact when putting the phone down. Apple is said to be planning to use dual-lens technology, it acquired from Israeli camera company links in the iPhone 7 Plus , but Apple may still be incorporating Sony sensor components into its camera module.
  • Ancient wildebeest shared nose with duck-billed dinosaur

    Ancient wildebeest shared nose with duck-billed dinosaur

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    Years of collecting fossils from Bovid Hill , the researchers were clear that most of the fossils at the site were of Rusingoryx . Rusingoryx atopocranion , an extinct species, shares a feature with a group of hadrosaurs , which is a nasal crest.
  • March Apple Event Could Bring iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch Updates

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    The expected iPad Air 3 which is the company's next model of iPad Air 2, is also going to be launched at a much discussed short event as reported by the BuzzFeed News corroborating 9to5Mac report . Rumors that Apple could provide dual-camera shooter in its next phone offering surfaced yet again on Tuesday with new reports claiming that Taiwanese manufacturers sent some samples to the phone maker.
  • Error 53: A mysterious Apple bug is killing iPhones worldwide

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    However, unlike the latest devices, the iPhone 5SE (SE=Special Edition) will not be featuring the 3D touch and the live photos feature. Moreover, according to the same statement issued by the tech giant, it would seem that when you take your phone to a certified Apple service, the components used to patch up your phone are capable of re-initiating the authentication process, thus proving to the Touch ID device that all the component are genuine and that no one is attempting to remove the ...
  • Governor Scott urging Florida to prepare for Zika virus

    Governor Scott urging Florida to prepare for Zika virus

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    Officials also said that pregnant women who have been exposed to Zika should talk with their doctors about testing for the virus. Besides the Texas case, there are only two other scientific reports related to possible sexual transmission of Zika, the CDC said.
  • Groundhog Day 2016: Punxsutawney Phil Doesn't See His Shadow

    Groundhog Day 2016: Punxsutawney Phil Doesn't See His Shadow

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    Spring may be coming early this year. Still, this is definitive proof of the end of days. " Is this current warm weather more than a trend? " Spring is great, but considering the rapid melting of the ice caps and that skinny polar bear and all that, this is probably not good.
  • Super Bowl 50 commercial bingo

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    It's possible interest in the ad could drive traffic to the marketplace, indirectly helping merchants. Fandango reports that Warner Bros . and Sony did not purchase any commercial time during the big game , which means there won't be any new trailers for "Batman v.
  • Student buys Google? Find out how he did it!

    Student buys Google? Find out how he did it!

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    In September past year, the Boston-based online retail expert had been surfing the internet looking for available Google domains when to his astonishment, he found that Google.com was available to be purchased. "I was hoping I would get an error", said Ved. Ved told Business Insider that he was never motivated by the idea of a monetary reward - Google routinely gives money to those who point out missteps in their system as part of their " Vulnerability Reward Program " - he just wanted to ...
  • Doomsday Clock remains at 3 minutes to midnight

    Doomsday Clock remains at 3 minutes to midnight

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    The Manhattan Project scientists who helped develop the first atomic weapons, after viewing the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki formed the group in 1945. 1998- The clock moves to nine minutes-to-midnight after India and Pakistan stage nuclear weapons tests. Two years later, following the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the BAS designed the Doomsday Clock to alert the public to the dangers of nuclear proliferation.
  • Johnny Manziel repeatedly struck ex-girlfriend in weekend incident

    Johnny Manziel repeatedly struck ex-girlfriend in weekend incident

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    Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel will not face charges related to accusations that he repeatedly assaulted a woman in Texas, police said Thursday. She said once they left the hotel, they both got into Crowley's auto. The Browns can cut ties with Manziel as early as Monday, the day after the Super Bowl, but more than likely will wait until the new league year begins on March 9 due to salary-cap considerations.
  • Johnny Manziel's ex fears for safety following possible assault

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    Colleen Crowley , Manziel's ex-girlfriend, told officers she had been with Manziel and others at the ZaZa hotel in Dallas but that the pair were left alone. TMZ Sports caught up with Manziel this afternoon shortly after the police report was released, and he told them, "It didn't happen", when asked about the allegations of abuse.
  • Bound Samsung Galaxy S7 Edges Closer To Release Date!

    Bound Samsung Galaxy S7 Edges Closer To Release Date!

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    As per the SIG certification documents, the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) is seen with a SM-J5108 codename, while the Galaxy J7 (2016) is seen with a model number SM-J7108. There are also reports of a 3,000 mAh battery which should be capable of offering up to two days of normal usage . Samsung will release the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge in the same time, the two devices being quite similar in terms of specifications.
  • Microsoft quarterly profit slips but tops expectations

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    Wall Street was looking for second quarter non-GAAP earnings of 71 cents a share on revenue of $25.26 billion. Microsoft's aggressive campaign to promote Windows 10 has already led to its deployment on more than 200 million devices since its July release.
  • Democrats Clinton, Sanders To Debate In Flint

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    The two candidates are tussling over who is more committed to - and capable of - carrying out a liberal agenda on health care, income inequality, worker rights and more. "We will continue to push for a debate in New York City". The intensity is fed by the context: The debate Thursday night comes after Clinton scored a gossamer-thin victory in the Iowa caucuses.
  • This Mountain Dew Super Bowl commercial is weird and terrifying

    This Mountain Dew Super Bowl commercial is weird and terrifying

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    Big Game ads featuring puppies, monkeys or babies often win the Super Bowl, so Mountain Dew made a decision to fuse all three together. The message here is supposed to be that the combination of three "awesome" things (like a puppy, monkey, and baby) is better than one.
  • 30 years since the Challenger

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    We are not going to let the dreams of this crew go away. Thirty years ago today the NASA space shuttle Challenger exploded just seconds after liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on January 28, 1986. "Things had to slow down". For example, the night before launch, engineers warned that freezing temperatures might be a problem for the shuttle booster rockets, but their concerns were quashed.
  • First case of Zika virus confirmed in Georgia

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    One day later, health officials reported a case that the virus had been sexually transmitted in Dallas. The virus is primarily spread through mosquito bites, but investigators had been exploring the possibility it could be sexually transmitted .
  • First travel-related Zika Virus case confirmed in Georgia

    First travel-related Zika Virus case confirmed in Georgia

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    Butantan's Director Jorge Kalil says the technology that was developed in the Brazilian vaccine against dengue could be modified. In a 16-point statement issued later, the ministers agreed to share more information on the virus, strengthen public awareness campaigns at border crossings and airports as well as to bolster training of medical staff on how to prevent and treat Zika.
  • VAIO Launches Their First Ever Windows 10 Phone

    VAIO Launches Their First Ever Windows 10 Phone

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    The mid-range smartphone is launching next month in Japan carrying a price tag of around $430. The chipset itself is packing eight Cortex-A53, meaning that it will be able to deliver a fluid smartphone experience, and while Windows 10 Mobile might not be the greatest platform in delivering the elevated experience like iOS or Android (Microsoft, this is your cue to start improving it), it is much smoother than Google's Android, thus negating the requirement for needing such powerful ...
  • Cleveland Browns will release Johnny Manziel in March

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    The statement did not clearly say that Manziel's time in Cleveland was over. "Johnny's continual involvement in incidents that run counter to those expectations undermines the hard work of his teammates and the reputation of our organization", said Brown in a report by USA Today.