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But Labour had potential allies too, not least the Scottish National Party (SNP) who suffered major setbacks but still won a majority of Scottish seats. The Lib Dems had also ruled out any coalition deals, having suffered in the previous Tory-led coalition of 2010. The close result is a sharp reversal of the comfortable lead that the Conservatives had in April, when May called the general election.
  • Comey Says He Felt Trump Directed Him to Drop Flynn Probe

    Comey Says He Felt Trump Directed Him to Drop Flynn Probe

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    Still, as is frequently the case with Trump, the president's response to Comey's testimony was potentially even more scandalous than the testimony itself. The ex-director said in a bombshell admission that he made a decision to leak information about the memo after Trump tweeted that Comey should be concerned that the president may have taped their conversations.
  • London attack: Death toll rises to 8 after police recover body

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    A 27-year-old was arrested on suspicion of the preparation of terrorist acts and a 33-year-old was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs, police said. While he did not name Thomas while speaking in a joint news conference with Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, he did say eight other French citizens were injured.
  • Best Buy is Offering a Deal on the Newest iPad Pro Models

    Best Buy is Offering a Deal on the Newest iPad Pro Models

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    Apple didn't formally announce this feature, but if it goes live for all users when iOS 11 is available to the public in the fall, it'll officially mark the first time Apple has supported the lossless file format. If someone does text you while you're driving, the phone can respond with an automatic message telling them you're driving and can't respond just now.
  • Greece condemns ISIS attack in Iran

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    He did not elaborate. In a condolence message delivered to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani , Abe said, "On behalf of the Japanese government and people, I would like to extend honest condolences over the bad attacks", according to the Foreign Ministry.
  • Police identify third suspect in London Bridge attack

    Police identify third suspect in London Bridge attack

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    Police believe a body recovered from the River Thames is French tourist Xavier Thomas, who has been missing since Saturday night's London Bridge attack. All three were fatally shot within minutes of launching the attack. French President Emmanuel Macron said a third French victim had been identified among those killed in the attack, adding: "We are paying a heavy cost in these attacks".
  • Apple is about to make it obsolete

    Apple is about to make it obsolete

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    That includes the ability to add drawings to typewritten documents , mark up text files, and take handwritten notes within Apple's native Notes app. Many of the App Store changes Apple highlighted during its World Wide Developer Conference earlier this week revolved around increasing discoverability for developers, and it's likely this change was brought about with that in mind.
  • Three men arrested in connection with London attack

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    The ISIS has claimed responsibility for the latest terror attacks , which rattled London . People gather at Potters Fields Park as London Mayor Sadiq Khan speaks flanked by Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott on the podium, in London on June 5, 2017 during a vigil to commemorate the victims of the terror attack on London Bridge and at Borough Market .
  • How Apple Could Challenge Amazon's $10 Billion in New Revenue

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    In Amazon's battle over Echo data in a murder case , the company argued that the First Amendment protected voice commands but eventually handed over the recordings . A computer processor will tune sound to the room and beam specific parts of music, like a singer's voice, toward the listener. But while supposedly superior sound is all well and good, at $349 HomePod will cost around twice what you'd pay for an Amazon Echo ($179), and about three times the price of Google Home ($109 ...
  • A hung parliament in Britain?: What happens next

    A hung parliament in Britain?: What happens next

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    Theresa May herself previously voiced concern that a loss for her would put Jeremy Corbyn , as Prime Minister, in charge of those negotiations. The result appeared certain to plunge the United Kingdom into another period of political uncertainty, with formal Brexit talks due to start in 10 days' time.
  • A Sneak Peek Into Apple's Home Music Speaker; The HomePod

    A Sneak Peek Into Apple's Home Music Speaker; The HomePod

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    In addition to the amusing Appocolapyse spot illustrating why apps (and app-makers) are crucial, there were other announcements of note. HomePod , infused with machine smarts by Siri digital assistant , will be priced at US$349 (about RM1,490) when it begins shipping in December in the United States, Australia and Britain.
  • Features of iOS 11 that makes your iPad feel like a Mac

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    Previewed this week at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference ( WWDC ) in San Jose, iOS 11 will support new features for augmented reality apps, a smarter and more language-savvy Siri digital assistant, expanded payment options through Apple Pay, and more.
  • Apple iOS 11 could make MILLIONS of people's iPhone 5 totally obsolete

    Apple iOS 11 could make MILLIONS of people's iPhone 5 totally obsolete

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    But unfortunately, it's not all good news. So if your favourite app stops working when iOS 11 is released, you should probably blame the person who built it, rather than Apple . That's because apps that haven't been supported for the last few years and still run on 32-bit architecture will disappear from the store if the developers don't upgrade them to work on the 64-bit system.
  • Apple announces workstation-class iMac Pro

    Apple announces workstation-class iMac Pro

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    Speaking of which, the iMac Pro is just 8 inches thin when you consider the stand, and it weighs only 21.5 lbs. Ternus has attached that the SSD storage options are now up to 50% faster, and iMac gets with Thunderbolt 3. Featuring a stunning new space gray enclosure, iMac Pro packs incredible performance for advanced graphics editing, virtual reality content creation and real-time 3D rendering.
  • Temer sustituye a su ministro de Justicia — Brasil

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    El presidente de Brasil , Michel Temer insistió el martes en que se mantendrán en su cargo hasta que termine su mandato en diciembre del 2018, pese a los exhortos para que renuncie al cargo por las acusaciones de corrupción que pesan en su contra, y prometió seguir adelante con las medidas de austeridad para sanear la economía del país.
  • EU's Moscovici says British vote to influence 'spirit' of Brexit talks

    EU's Moscovici says British vote to influence 'spirit' of Brexit talks

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    Guenther Oettinger, the German member of the European Commission, said it was unclear whether negotiations could be launched on Monday, June 19, as planned, while a weak British government raised the risk that talks could fail to reach the kind of deal that can limit disruption when Britain leaves in March 2019.
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    Speaking at a defense and security conference in Prague on June 9, Juncker said Europe's "deference to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation can no longer be used as a convenient alibi to argue against greater European efforts". Juncker's remarks follow U.S. President Donald Trump's repeated criticism of some European members of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation for failing to meet defense spending targets, and his withdrawal of the United States from the 2015 Paris climate accord.
  • Will Apple HomePod be victor?

    Will Apple HomePod be victor?

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    Limp has a strong interest in Apple's entry into the voice-activated, artificially-intelligent infused speaker space, which also includes Google Home and Microsoft's Cortana on the Harmon Kardon Invoke speaker. Although that product came out after other smartwatches hit the market, it quickly outshone competitors, according to industry research firms. The strategy fits right into the "great artists steal" ethos espoused by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
  • Comey goes nuclear in showdown with Trump

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    That left some committee members feeling frustrated, as NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Marco Rubio of Florida during a Senate intelligence committee hearing, "Are you prepared to say you have never been asked?" Mark Warner , the top Democrat on the panel.
  • Theresa May to visit Buckingham Palace for permission to form United Kingdom government

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    Even if May does decide to stay on, she may come under significant pressure from senior Tories who might ultimately decide that a new PM would be best placed to run the country with just days to go until Brexit negotiations kick off. The DUP objects to special status for the region, one of Sinn Fein's key demands, fearing it could break-up Ireland from the rest of the UK. It has been reported that the Conservatives are in talks with the Democratic Unionist Party and that the DUP have said it ...
  • New Apple iMac Range Launches At WWDC 2017

    New Apple iMac Range Launches At WWDC 2017

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    The iMac Pro is the most powerful Mac the company has ever built. Apple has also updated the MacBook and MacBook Pro lineups today with faster processors. Around back, we saw four Thunderbolt 3.0 ports and a 10GB ethernet port, all in a minimalist row around back. However, with the 13-inch MacBook Pro now priced at just $1,299, loyal MacBook Air supporters might very well skip this slightly upgraded version, and send it to its grave.
  • Florida woman sentenced in Sandy Hook parent threat case

    Florida woman sentenced in Sandy Hook parent threat case

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    A Florida woman who pleaded guilty to threatening the father of a victim of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was sentenced to five months in prison. In a statement before she was sentenced, Richards apologized and said she could not account for her actions against Pozner that day. Richards called the parent on the phone and said: "You gonna die, death is coming to you real soon", according to the federal indictment, which did not identify Pozner, though local media did ...
  • Spain's Catalonia announces October independence vote

    Spain's Catalonia announces October independence vote

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    Seventeen months after coming to power, president Carles Puigdemont said Catalans will be asked to vote whether they want their territory to become an independent country, with a republican form of government. He made the long-awaited announcement in a televised statement, surrounded by members of his cabinet following a brief meeting. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative government didn't comment immediately but has previously said that it won't allow the vote because it considers ...
  • Device Opens Its Doors to Amazon Prime Video

    Device Opens Its Doors to Amazon Prime Video

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    HomePod is a lantern-sized little bundle in-between. Five songs were played in comparison with Sonos and Amazon Echo: Sia's "The Greatest", "Sunrise" by Norah Jones, "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder, "DNA" by Kendrick Lamar, and a live performance of The Eagles' "Hotel California".
  • Activision Has Revealed Their E3 Lineup, Including A

    Activision Has Revealed Their E3 Lineup, Including A "Special Crash" Announcement

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    War Mode is an all-new game mode where players must work as a team to defeat the enemy. In regards to Call of Duty: WWII , which is perhaps the biggest game at the show in terms of market prominence, Activision is set to offer hands-on with the game for the very first time, including a first-look at "Divisions", a "fundamentally new way to focus on your multiplayer career".
  • Three terror suspects arrested in east London armed raids

    Three terror suspects arrested in east London armed raids

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    The arrests were made as security - along with Brexit - became the dominant issue for the 46 million eligible voters who cast their votes today in the general election in the UK. All the attackers were shot dead by police. The latest arrests are not connected to the London Bridge attack, the Met confirmed. The video emerged as families of the London Bridge attackers expressed disgust over the massacre and distanced themselves from the extremists, saying the atrocity left them shocked.
  • United Kingdom election: Polls close, counting underway, polls tip Conservatives to win

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    The result could also be bad news for the Scottish National Party, which is predicted to lose 20 of its 54 seats - though the pollsters cautioned that there is a lot of uncertainty around the Scottish forecast. "If she had got the majority she wanted, she would have been a supreme political colossus", he said. By 5.30am, his party had amassed 252 seats, with projections putting Labour on 262 for the night.
  • Former FBI director Comey testifying before Senate committee

    Former FBI director Comey testifying before Senate committee

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    Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, R-Neb., said the "sensationalism" surrounding Comey's testimony should not eclipse the seriousness of the discussion and that "the facts of the hearing should remain the center of the story". Observers got a glimpse at what Comey is expected to discuss when his written testimony was posted online Wednesday afternoon. He added he had no problem with the Trump releasing the tapes, if they exist.
  • Arrest over London terror attack

    Arrest over London terror attack

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    Closed circuit TV footage, which appeared online and in British media, showed the attackers - Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba - cornering a victim and starting to stab him before police are seen arriving and opening fire.
  • United Kingdom election: May faces bleak future, tough Brexit process ahead

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    Based on the exit poll forecast, Theresa May's gamble to call a snap general election in the hope of winning a stronger mandate and a larger majority seems to have not paid off as it showed she may end up short of the magic number. Should she be forced to step down as prime minister after this election, that would make her tenure the shortest of any British premier since the 1920s.
  • Apple Announces The HomePod

    Apple Announces The HomePod

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    Despite the company's insistence that HomePod will sound awesome, it all feels like too little too late to take on the growing smart speaker market. And speaking of driving, Apple is also adding a "do not disturb" feature for when you're in your auto, keeping you focused on the road. Apple also had a series of hardware reveals.
  • May, three key members of her cabinet reelected to United Kingdom parliament

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    An exit poll following Britain's general election on Thursday suggested the country could be heading for a "hung parliament", in which no party has an overall majority. On what Labour would do, she added: "We will see what happens next but if the Labour Party is called on to provide the next government, we will do so and do it in a unified way under a popular manifesto...