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Henderson: Time For Gun Control Now

Henderson: Time For Gun Control Now

Let's say you're on the watch list, and you want to buy yourself an AR-15. "If people are on the watch list or people are sick, you have - this is already covered in the legislation we already have George". Republicans have staunchly defended gun rights and fought off attempts during Democrat Barack Obama's presidency to implement new restrictions. Republicans will kill the Democratic proposals, and we'll be right back where we started. Read More

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OnePlus 3 Smartphone Demoed On Video

OnePlus 3 Smartphone Demoed On Video

We have reviewed the phone as well as have shared some of its photos in all its glory. OnePlus is famous for providing flagship specs for affordable prices, and once again it continues the good deed. As a brand, OnePlus has concentrated on high-end specifications . Leaks were basically spot on when it comes to the design and specs of this smartphone, and OnePlus managed to surprise everyone once again when it comes to the pricing of this smartphone. Read More

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FanDuel, DraftKings Talk Merger

FanDuel, DraftKings Talk Merger

Roughly a year ago FanDuel and DraftKings had been labelled as the "Fantasy Unicorns" as the young companies had secured $1 billion valuations following multi-million $ funding rounds. The merger of two market leaders such as FanDuel and DraftKings would usually attract the attention of antitrust authorities, said Andre Barlow , an antitrust expert with the law firm Doyle, Barlow and Mazard PLLC . Read More

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Google Launches Search Engine for Enterprise Customers

Google Launches Search Engine for Enterprise Customers

With Google Springboard is possible for the users of Google for Work to perform keyword searches across all of their Google Apps content. The Springboard search tool performs a function similar to the Google Search Appliance, but rather to look for content stored in corporate databases and repositories such as Documentum and SharePoint, it searches in Google's cloud. Read More

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PETA praises National Aquarium's dolphin plans

Several years ago, she led an architecture class at Rice University and her assignment for the class was to design a dolphin sanctuary off the coast of Texas. No other facilities like this exist yet, though whale and dolphin advocates have discussed the possibility of such a place in recent years. But at least one SeaWorld cetacean - Jade, the dolphin who was transferred to the National Aquarium - could receive a taste of freedom soon through the National Aquarium's own initiative, which ... Read More

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Wind, solar powergen costs to drop sharply by 2040: BNEF

The cuts mean it will be cheaper to produce power via coal and gas-fired plants. Cheaper coal and gas will do nothing to derail the renewable energy revolution according to BNEF's New Energy Outlook 2016 . According to the report, the slowdown in China could reduce carbon emissions after 2015, but emerging economies such as India would contribute similar amount of emissions. Read More

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'Pete's Dragon' Stretches His Wings in New Trailer

'Pete's Dragon' Stretches His Wings in New Trailer

A previous teaser trailer set up the remake of the 1977 animated movie, in which Bryce Dallas Howard, Robert Redford and young Oakes Fegley are alongside a CGI version of the big green dragon named Elliott . That Elliott the dragon is actually real is nearly beside the point; the story is one about lost kids who don't belong in the bigger world trying to find their way. Read More

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EA Originals Fe Gameplay Trailer Looks Magical

During the EA Play press conference, Executive Vice President of EA Studios, Patrick Soderlund, announced EA Originals , a program to support indie developers. Fe takes place in a forest and may remind some gamers of Ori and the Blind Forest. Fe has yet to receive a release date, with platforms also having to be confirmed. Read More

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EA teases new 'Star Wars' games at E3

Electronic Arts gives Star Wars fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production process for the multiple games it has in development for the science fiction universe. Then there's the new action-adventure game from Visceral with "an original narrative. with new characters" from former Naughty Dog scribe Amy Hennig. Read More

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 June Security Updates Now Available

The company began disclosing some details of its monthly updates previous year, but as it seems, it has resolved to give out the entire details of what the updates really bring about. The Note 7 is rumored to run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, according to the GSM Arena on Thursday, June 9. Meanwhile, if you feel patient, you can manually check for the update by heading to your handset's Settings menu. Read More

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Solar-powered pilots awed by Statue of Liberty

John Degnan, chairman of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey which operates the airport, paraphrased USA hero Neil Armstrong, who in 1969 was the first man to walk on the Moon. The events will provide the opportunity to present the human endeavors involved in flying day and night without a drop of fuel and also promote the messages of sustainability, innovation and clean tech that the Solar Impulse 2 is carrying around the world. Read More

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First Injustice 2 gameplay to be revealed this weekend

Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon announced on Twitter that the worldwide reveal of Injustice 2's gameplay will take place this Saturday, June 11, at 5pm Pacific during the Mortal Kombat X eSports Finals. Not much is now known about the Injustice 2 starting roster. Just throwing it out there, though, if there isn't a button letting you end fights against Batman by saying the name Martha, this game is an automatic 4/10. Read More

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Hindu monastery worker done to death in Bangladesh

Hindu monastery worker done to death in Bangladesh

Mr Pande, who was attacked during his morning walk, had been working at the monastery for 40 years, officials said. Local residents said the killers hit him on the head and neck with machetes and fled the scene. But until the killings stop the government itself will face accusations of not doing enough to protect minorities in the Sunni-dominated nation. But he said the style of the attack is similar to those carried out on the other minority people, secularist bloggers and university ... Read More

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5 questions for Apple to answer at WWDC

5 questions for Apple to answer at WWDC

This was supposed to make it easier to connect with artists, but hasn't proved very popular, with other social networks already doing that job better. KitGuru Says: This may have just been a typo in the FAQ but given how close we are to WWDC and all of the rumours surrounding Apple's OS plans this year, that seems unlikely. Read More

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Intel gets mobile chip contract from Apple

Intel gets mobile chip contract from Apple

AT&T network and some overseas markets, according to people familiar with the matter. Other iPhone versions, including those for sale in China, will continue to use chips from rival Qualcomm . The development would be significant for Intel , which has seen serious setbacks in its mobile ambitions this year. Apple is one of many OEMs well known for second sourcing chips, in part to negotiate between competitors for the lowest price. Read More

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Singapore blocking Internet access on govt comps

Singapore blocking Internet access on govt comps

The memo is not being shared on the report. Moving forward, public servants can still access the internet via their personal mobile phones and tablets, since these devices are not connected to government email systems. "We have started to separate internet access from the work stations of a selected group of public service officers, and will do so for the rest of the public service officers progressively over a one-year period". Read More

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System increases student fees

System increases student fees

Much of that funding will go toward an expansion of University Health Services. UW-Milwaukee athletics are heavily subsidized by student fees; they made up more than two-thirds of the department's revenue in fiscal year 2015 and are projected to make up a little less than two-thirds of revenue in the upcoming fiscal year. Read More

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Euro 2016 organisers confident of safe tournament

Euro 2016 organisers confident of safe tournament

While some of France's refineries are still on strike, the fuel shortages that led to a third of France's gas stations running dry last month are over. High-speed TGV trains are least affected by the strike, with 80 per cent of trains operating. Air France pilots are also planning to strike from Saturday to Tuesday, infuriating Jacques Lambert, president of the Euro 2016 organizing committee. Read More

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