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The S9 has a 5.8-inch screen while the S9+ has a 6.2-inch display . Intelligent Scan also gets a mention in the video, which had earlier leaked to suggest an improved biometric authentication on the Galaxy S9 duo. The devices would come with wireless charging and a headphone jack. On the Galaxy S9 , Samsung moved the fingerprint sensor beneath the camera , which should hopefully make it more natural to use.
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    They continued: "Not everyone will see snowfall, however 5-10cm is possible where showers do line up, with the greatest risk across eastern and southeastern counties". On Tuesday, the warning will be extended through north-east England and parts of Scotland , with snow showers expected across the United Kingdom on Wednesday.
  • Schumer: Trump budget cuts funds for gun background checks

    Schumer: Trump budget cuts funds for gun background checks

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    Originally meant to include just 17 students - one to represent each person killed during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland , Florida - the demonstration grew to include over one hundred. Meanwhile, organisers behind anti-Trump and female empowerment protest the Women's March called for a 17-minute, nationwide walkout by teachers and students on March 14.
  • USA Struggling in PyeongChang

    USA Struggling in PyeongChang

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    Later in the day, a group of elderly South Korean men gave her family some gifts and a letter of thanks to mark her grandfather's service during the 1950-53 Korean War. For full-year 2018, the Winter Olympics is estimated to contribute to around a 0.05 percentage point bump in growth rate of gross domestic product, the Blue House said.
  • SpaceX launch from Vandenberg goes off without a hitch

    SpaceX launch from Vandenberg goes off without a hitch

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    Hawthorne-based SpaceX Thursday launched a trio of satellites aboard a rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base , including two that are part of a demonstration project for a proposed space-based internet system. This will be a low key event, compared to the launch of the company's Falcon Heavy on February 6 . While SpaceX already reuses other rocket components, such as boosters, from mission to mission, it hasn't yet tried to recapture the fairing-until now.
  • Winter Weather Advisories for the Southern Tier

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    Winter driving skills could be useful Friday morning in southern Wisconsin, as another round of mixed precipitation comes to the region late Thursday night . "The [Thursday} afternoon commute will be impacted, especially south of I-94", the weather service said. Kansas City Public Schools will be one of the only metro schools in session.
  • Nokia will unveil a smartphone with a fancy camera

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    A new lineup of Nokia smartphone is expected to be introduced at the Mobile World Congress ( MWC) 2018 in Barcelona on Feb. 26. Running Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box, it will include an internal storage of 128GB, and no microSD card.
  • SpaceX Launches Demo Satellites for High-Speed Internet

    SpaceX Launches Demo Satellites for High-Speed Internet

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    PAZ satellite is developed by Hisdesat , a Spanish company along with the Spanish Government and will be used to obtain data along with photos with the resolution of 25 cm per pixel. In a letter to the FCC, SpaceX's attorney said the company is confident Starlink is "more than capable of operating safely" and called OneWeb's concerns "self-serving and anti-competitive".
  • SpaceX launches imaging satellite plus own broadband demos

    SpaceX launches imaging satellite plus own broadband demos

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    If the payload fairings can be recovered regularly, that means that the company stands to recoup an additional 10% of every individual Falcon 9 launch. The demo satellites will be the first component of the Starlink network. Mr. Steven is a new net equipped drone ship in the SpaceX fleet, and his job will be catching the rocket fairing after each launch.
  • What to expect (other than the Galaxy S9)

    What to expect (other than the Galaxy S9)

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    The iPhone 7 features a 12MP f/1.8 shooter on the rear, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S8 is equipped with a 12MP f/1.7 camera that offers Dual Pixel phase detection autofocus and optical image stabilisation (OIS). There's also a 27-second video on the Galaxy S9 launch page which the e-retailer also shared on their official YouTube channel. The phone is likely to use Samsung's own Exynos 9810 processor, or Qualcomm's similarly powerful Snapdragon 845 - also built by Samsung.
  • Snapchat New Update Brings GIF stickers and Some Design Changes

    Snapchat New Update Brings GIF stickers and Some Design Changes

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    Snap acknowledged a year ago that plenty of people find the app "difficult to understand or hard to use". But, some users feel the previous "Friends" screen was much simpler. These Loyola students aren't alone in their frustration. Snapchat today officially responded to a Change.org petition that has accumulated almost 1.5 million signatures and asks the company revert to the old design of the application.
  • Thursday's SpaceX launch has some cool surprises in store

    Thursday's SpaceX launch has some cool surprises in store

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    SpaceX plans to launch another Falcon 9 rocket (pictured) from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California on Wednesday. Now, it may happen Thursday. The world of internet market will get well-established as more and more people start getting digitalized and bring internet to their daily use.
  • SpaceX Falcon launch at Vandenberg has been delayed

    SpaceX Falcon launch at Vandenberg has been delayed

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    Coverage is expected to begin around 9:00 AM ET, while the Falcon 9 rocket should lift off at 9:17 AM. The project named Starlink has the objective to bring internet to users without lag, which is why the deployment of low earth orbit is in process.
  • What is US doing to prevent Russian meddling in next elections?

    What is US doing to prevent Russian meddling in next elections?

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    The issue with Obama doing that, he said, is that Trump would have accused him of trying to rig the election - a charge he was already energetically airing in October 2016 when Obama told him to "stop whining and go try to make his case" to win more votes than Clinton.
  • Winter Olympics 2018: What to watch Tuesday, Feb

    Winter Olympics 2018: What to watch Tuesday, Feb

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    One person wrote , "Maybe you should have focused on your sport more instead of foolishly bashing our American President right before the Olympics". But the Italian said: "Vonn's definitely the favourite, she has so much experience. It was a little bit of a scary thing for me kind of losing feeling in your body for a little bit, but it went away pretty quickly".
  • SpaceX's bold satellite internet venture set for California launch

    SpaceX's bold satellite internet venture set for California launch

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    Musk, a billionaire who helped form PayPal and later Tesla and SpaceX , asked the U.S. federal government in 2015 for permission to begin testing an ambitious project: an internet-beaming satellite network from space . Some internal financial documents of SpaceX that past year the Wall Street Journal obtained show that the company has very high expectations for its satellite network.
  • Trump lashes out at FBI on Russian Federation investigation

    Trump lashes out at FBI on Russian Federation investigation

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    But Texas is mentioned several times. But it says the alleged conspirators created a fake American named "Matt Skiber" to communicate through. Former Ambassador Sergei Kislyak said at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday: "I'm not sure that I can trust American law enforcement to be the most precise and truthful source of information about what Russians do".
  • New 'text bomb' bug causes Apple devices to crash

    New 'text bomb' bug causes Apple devices to crash

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    Apple fixed both its desktop and mobile operating systems today to close the bug, which has been officially codenamed CVE-2018-4124. This update contains fix for a bug that was crashing devices when a specific Indian character was sent over.
  • Samsung releases 'Over the Horizon' ringtone for Galaxy S9

    Samsung releases 'Over the Horizon' ringtone for Galaxy S9

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    Since then, there has not been much clear info about the application, but the news from some South Korean sources suggested that it could be pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. And for those concerned, the S9 will apparently still have a 3.5mm headphone jack . The new device, which will be shown to the world on Sunday February 25, is expected to be an improved version of the current Galaxy S8.
  • Russian men's hockey squad trounces USA 4-0 in Pyeongchang

    Russian men's hockey squad trounces USA 4-0 in Pyeongchang

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    The U.S. squad is competing without players from clubs in North America's National Hockey League ( NHL ), which announced in April that it would not schedule a break for the Olympics in the 2017-18 season. Captain Brian Gionta had a nice run and was a key part of a more substantive U.S. Olympic team.in 2006. "They always know where each other are". The difference? They got goals in both the first and third periods as well.
  • Beware: This single text message will crash your phone

    Beware: This single text message will crash your phone

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    News of the bug emerged after reports in Italian blog Mobile World and has since been widely replicated, with numerous confirmations posted online. Meanwhile, the bug will also be addressed with beta versions of Apple's other operating system , including macOS , tvOS, and watchOS. It also causes iOS Springboard - the system application that manages a device's home screen - to crash .
  • May proposes security treaty with European Union after Brexit at Munich meeting

    May proposes security treaty with European Union after Brexit at Munich meeting

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    In a rare joint statement, the three intelligence chiefs said co-operation between European Union agencies was "indispensable" against a background of "diverse foreign and security policy challenges". The question is, how? In her speech, May said a new treaty must preserve current operational capabilities but also be respectful of the UK's and the EU's separate and sovereign legal systems.
  • SCHOOL SHOOTING | Sheriff's report: Suspect confessed to Florida school attack

    SCHOOL SHOOTING | Sheriff's report: Suspect confessed to Florida school attack

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    In December, the House voted mostly along party lines to expand the right to carry concealed weapons , in what NRA's top lobbyist Chris Cox called a "watershed moment for Second Amendment Rights". "Whatever you need, whatever we can do to ease your pain", Trump said. The nation was stunned on December 14, 2012 when Adam Lanza, 20, shot dead 20 schoolchildren and six teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
  • Exclusive: Watch Elon Musk Freak Out Over the Falcon Heavy Launch

    Exclusive: Watch Elon Musk Freak Out Over the Falcon Heavy Launch

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    At the last minute, Musk said the car overshot and was going to the asteroid belt. In other words, we measure the frequency (sense), compute an appropriate corrective action (think), and then implement that action (act). The co-founder of PayPal, Musk is the chief executive of both Tesla Inc., the electric-car pioneer, and Space Explorations Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, which ferries cargo for NASA.
  • Team Korea's Olympic house offers unique glimpse into Korean culture

    Team Korea's Olympic house offers unique glimpse into Korean culture

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    Kim Yong Nam, the expected main envoy and a 90-year-old figurehead with almost no real power beyond his head of state title, was shunted to the side as the 30-year-old Kim Yo Jong glided into the spotlight. But the two have lots in common. North Korea's participation in the Olympics has already allowed Kim Jong-un to undermine President Donald Trump's pressure campaign, with some sanctions suspended temporarily until the event ends.
  • Tesla Books Lower-Than-Expected Q4 Loss

    Tesla Books Lower-Than-Expected Q4 Loss

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    During that time, a lot of progress been made in increasing the capability of smaller rockets - including SpaceX's own Falcon 9 - and reducing the size of satellites . It's called Crew Dragon, and NASA plans to use it to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Arch Mission's co-founder, Nova Spivack, managed to get a prototype of the group's archives on the Falcon Heavy after getting Elon Musk's attention on Twitter.
  • 'UFO' Spotted During Elon Musk's SpaceX Rocket Launch

    'UFO' Spotted During Elon Musk's SpaceX Rocket Launch

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    According to the original plan, the vehicle and the dummy would have gone into orbit between Earth and Mars and would slowly pass around the solar system. There was one glitch during the launch. The Roadster spent hours zapped by radioactive rays in the Van Allen belts. Then SpaceX cut the feed, and the upper stage's engine reignited one last time to give the Tesla a final push into its destined orbit.
  • Meet the BFR, SpaceX's next big rocket

    Meet the BFR, SpaceX's next big rocket

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    In the period from 1969 to 1972 there were four start N-1, designed for insertion into low-earth orbit of up to 90 tons of payload, and they all failed. Second, Tesla counts customer deposits as operating cash flow, even though these are refundable and, in essence, zero-interest short-term loans. "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world".
  • Musk explains why SpaceX prefers clusters of small engines

    Musk explains why SpaceX prefers clusters of small engines

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    Maintaining America's advantage in space has both economic and national security implications. "Exceeded Mars orbit and kept going to the Asteroid Belt". The economics of space aren't the only concern. Earth is the bright crescent seen in the background. The SpaceX Falcon Heavy performed a static fire of all 27 of its engines at Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-A on Wednesday, Jan.
  • Astronomers Spot Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster Flying Through Space

    Astronomers Spot Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster Flying Through Space

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    The last photo of " Starman " in Elon Musk's red Tesla Roadster as it flies toward Mars orbit. And we have a bunch of trucks moving seats back and forth between both the primary Fremont production and the seat factory. In all likelihood, Tesla's Powerwall and SolarCity panels will play a key role in our transition off of fossil fuels. "That's got to be disassembled, brought over to the gigafactory and reassembled and then brought into operation at the gigafactory", Tesla CEO Elon Musk ...
  • The crowds are back; can the space industry build on the momentum?

    The crowds are back; can the space industry build on the momentum?

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    But he didn't say whether the company will meet its stated goal of making 10,000 Model 3s per week at some point this year. Earth is the bright crescent seen in the background. She tweeted: "I was told by a SpaceX VP at the launch that they offered free launches to NASA, Air Force etc. but got no takers". In all likelihood, Tesla's Powerwall and SolarCity panels will play a key role in our transition off of fossil fuels.
  • Key to Tesla Model 3 Production Currently Sits in Germany

    Key to Tesla Model 3 Production Currently Sits in Germany

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    Not much is known about the path that the Tesla vehicle would take as it's unclear what the pull of the various planets around it would be. Like most of the launch by SpaceX , the Falcon Heavy launch shall also be aired live for the space enthusiasts to take a peek.
  • Tesla is falling as it continues to 'wade through the weeds' (TSLA)

    Tesla is falling as it continues to 'wade through the weeds' (TSLA)

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    The Tuesday launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket reflects the limitless bounds of ingenuity and brilliance of those daring to dream of a bigger, better tomorrow. Four times, from 1969 to 1972, the Russians attempted to launch their titanic "Moon rocket", and it failed spectacularly each time. The high-resolution GIF is here .
  • Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster spotted floating in space

    Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster spotted floating in space

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    The "car" was battery-powered and weighed 77 pounds on the moon (but 462 pounds on Earth). "With Google or Amazon they have large numbers of small computers, such that if one of the computers goes down it doesn't really affect your use of Google or Amazon".
  • 3D print your very own Falcon Heavy rocket to commemorate SpaceX mission

    3D print your very own Falcon Heavy rocket to commemorate SpaceX mission

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    While other rocket companies have looked to downsize, SpaceX has gone big - really big. With David Bowie's Space Oddity playing on the stereo and a dummy - named " Starman " - in the passenger seat, Musk's Roadster actually overshot its original destination of Mars and is now headed to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
  • Scope captures images of Tesla in space

    Scope captures images of Tesla in space

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    Later, NASASpaceFlight.com reported the rocket hardware was disposed of, but 45th Space Wing and Air Space Command officials said they could not confirm that to News 6. It is a Falcon 9 reinforced to withstand the extreme conditions of the launch. But Starman and the Tesla are still out there, and late Tuesday the second-stage engine gave them a final boost, putting them on a path toward orbit around the sun.