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The bail plea took place at the Jodhpur District and Sessions Court in front of Judge Ravindra Kumar Joshi . Talking about the visitors apart from his lawyers, sister Alvira and Arpita, on Friday, Salman Khan met with his bodyguard Shera and former co-star Preity Zinta .
  • Ford Recalls Roughly 350000 F-150s and Expeditions

    Ford Recalls Roughly 350000 F-150s and Expeditions

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    Located in the United States of America and operating within the Consumer Goods sector, Ford Motor Company now has a market cap of 44.2B. The market has a beta of 1, and it can be used to gauge the risk of a security. Average True Range ( ATR ) is an indicator based on trading ranges smoothed by an N-period exponential moving average percentage of the true range values.
  • Users would need to pay if Facebook stopped collecting data, exec says

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    When someone has their setting turned off, we don't use this technology to identify them in photos, Facebook Deputy Chief Privacy Officer Rob Sherman said . So in 2015 when Cambridge - when we received word that this researcher gave the data to Cambridge Analytica , they assured us it was deleted. Sandberg has been criticized in recent weeks for her absence from the growing global debate about Facebook's failure to protect user privacy and what it must do to move forward.
  • IPL 2018: The battle of the heavyweights

    IPL 2018: The battle of the heavyweights

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    The team's think tank also chose Murali Vijay and Shane Watson , the likely openers this season, Faf du Plessis and, importantly, Maharashtra's Kedar Jadhav, who might do just enough with the bat and ball to become a utility player. Mumbai also have one of the finest death bowlers now in the world in Jasprit Bumrah . The 2018 IPL season will see the return of the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, two of the competition's most popular teams.
  • The World's First Luxury Space Hotel Is Now Taking Reservations

    The World's First Luxury Space Hotel Is Now Taking Reservations

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    The cost of entry, as you'd expect, won't be cheap. While a $10 million trip is outside the budget of most people's two-week vacations, Orion Span claims to offer an authentic astronaut experience. In fact, there are already plans to add a luxury module to the ISS to carve out a tiny space for tourists, but that seems chintzy now compared to an entire station.
  • Snapchat finally releases iPhone X exclusive AR lenses

    Snapchat finally releases iPhone X exclusive AR lenses

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    It has been nearly seven months since the announcement, but they they are finally available. The latest Snapchat Lenses, with a Mardi Gras mask, Day of the Dead face paint along with matching flower headdress and an ornate masquerade eye cover with rose hair ornaments, is going to start rolling out to iPhone X users today.
  • Samsung tips record Q1 profit, beating expectations

    Samsung tips record Q1 profit, beating expectations

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    Samsung withholds net profit and sector-by-sector business performance until it releases its final earnings report, which is expected later this month. "But there was probably some upside in the mobile business", said Greg Roh, analyst at HMC Investment & Securities. At the same time, judging by a tendency to slow down the company does not intend.
  • Chevrolet Malibu brings new look, sporty RS trim

    Chevrolet Malibu brings new look, sporty RS trim

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    In addition to the new family grille, the Cruze is also gaining a more comprehensive RS trim package for 2019. New LED taillights round out exterior changes. A new CVT transmission is standard on models with the 1.5L turbocharged engine. The model keeps its active safety features, including It also features 4G LTE connectivity and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot (with limited service trial), and one of the segment's biggest rosters of available active safety features, including Lane Change Alert ...
  • 2016 collapse keeps Spieth grounded at Augusta

    2016 collapse keeps Spieth grounded at Augusta

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    That glorious five-birdie surge came to a grinding halt at 18. He closed with a bogey for a 69. The Ulsterman lies in a tie for fourth alongside Henrik Stenson , Patrick Reed, Haotong Li, Charley Hoffman, Adam Hadwin and Rafa Cabrera-Bello.
  • Microsoft is bringing ransomware protection to Office 365 Personal and Home

    Microsoft is bringing ransomware protection to Office 365 Personal and Home

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    What's new is that Microsoft has adapted its Files Restore capability - previously only for OneDrive for Business - and brought it into Office 365 subscriptions for home users. But starting today, Microsoft will also allow mail recipients to receive a one-time passcode or to re-authenticate with a trusted provider before viewing an Outlook.com email message if they aren't using an Outlook-based mail product (Outlook.com, Outlook for iOS, Outlook for Android and/or Windows Mail app.) If ...
  • Tim Tebow Hits Home Run in First At-Bat. Sound Familiar?

    Tim Tebow Hits Home Run in First At-Bat. Sound Familiar?

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    Tebow received the unlikely promotion coming out of spring training, with Mets GM Sandy Alderson saying he thinks the former quarterback will eventually reach the major leagues. Lucie Mets, he went yard in his first day with the team. The former Heisman Trophy victor and National Football League quarterback began his second season of professional baseball by going 1 for 4 as the starting left fielder and seventh hitter in the order.
  • Steps to protect your personal information on Facebook

    Steps to protect your personal information on Facebook

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    In March, news reports exposed how Cambridge Analytica , a political consulting firm, accessed the private information of millions of Facebook users without their permission and used the data for targeted campaign advertisements on social media, while undercover videos revealed how the agency used tactics such as bribery and entrapment to implicate political opponents in elections worldwide.
  • Moto G6 Play Confirmed Features In Detail

    Moto G6 Play Confirmed Features In Detail

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    It has 64GB of inbuilt storage, expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB), and a 4000mAh battery. The phone will use an Octa-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. Up front, there will be a 16MP camera with LED flash. Moto G6 Play will come with a 12MP primary camera and a 5MP front shooter. Images of Moto G6 , Moto G6 Plus and Moto G6 Play have been revealed as well.
  • WhatsApp beta for Android makes audio recording easier

    WhatsApp beta for Android makes audio recording easier

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    Every now and then, there comes a WhatsApp update as the instant-messaging app is on a continuous lookout to make the user experience better with every passing day, however, despite being the most used messaging app in the world, WhatsApp too has its own share of drawbacks, some of the major ones being fake updates and duplicate apps available on Google Play.
  • Join the Battle for Azeroth, World of Warcraft's Newest Expansion

    Join the Battle for Azeroth, World of Warcraft's Newest Expansion

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    Other additional features arriving in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion include new dungeons and raids, as well as a new level cap of 120. Get ready to choose sides all over again, as the Alliance/Horde conflict begins anew this summer in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth .
  • Thousands of black holes may be hiding in Milky Way's centre

    Thousands of black holes may be hiding in Milky Way's centre

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    An artist's impression of a growing supermassive black hole located in the early Universe is seen in this NASA handout illustration released on June 15, 2011. Known as Sagittarius A (Sgr A), the supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy is surrounded by a halo of gas and dust - believed to be the flawless breeding ground for huge stars that collapse into black holes when they die.
  • Black panther becomes 4th highest gross-income movie

    Black panther becomes 4th highest gross-income movie

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    The movie has had the best opening out of any Marvel film and could pass The Avengers' $623 million domestic gross before we know it. " Titanic " is now at number 3 while the top 2 are " Star Wars: The Force Awakens " and " Avatar ". Chadwick Boseman is in the role of King T'Challa. Upon the death of his father, T'Chaka, also known as the Black Panther , returns home to Wakanda to take the throne.
  • Snap Inc (SNAP) Adds Group Video Chat

    Snap Inc (SNAP) Adds Group Video Chat

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    It also comes with another option that is to join in only on the voice call. In a blog post , the platform announced a new feature that allows up to 16 people to come together in group video chats. With another new feature, Mentions , users can tag friends in the Snaps they add to their own Story. In some cases, you may need to type the full username.
  • Former Google AI chief joins Apple to make Siri better

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    In an email sent to staff, Cook said: "Our technology must be infused with the values we all hold dear". At the time , he said that more efforts are required to make computers smarter so that they can think better. Apple has made it clear in the past that it would never compromise the privacy of its users and its online services, limiting its access to tons of digital data and opportunities to build services with neural networks, which are all beneficial in AI technology.
  • Hands-free Alexa coming to Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 tablets

    Hands-free Alexa coming to Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 tablets

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    The feature will be rolled out as a software update. Amazon says the hands-free feature will rollout to the Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 for free, later this week. Once enabled, device owners will be able to talk to Alexa without touching their tablet - asking her to do things like play a song, turn off the lights, start or pause a movie, check your calendar, control your smart home (including viewing video from connected cameras or doorbells) and more.
  • Bed, Bath & Beyond accepting Toys 'R' Us gift cards through Thursday

    Bed, Bath & Beyond accepting Toys 'R' Us gift cards through Thursday

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    The shares went down by -5.63% in value last month. However, weekly performance stands at -2.23%. Analysts are turning out to be more pessimistic than before, with 1 of analysts who cover Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (VMW) stock brought in a -$0.61 drop to $119.87. But some traders said technical sellers could still put pressure on stocks on Wednesday as the S&P's closing level was still too close for comfort to 2590.76 - the 200-day moving average - and 2532.69 - its February 9 low.
  • Google Search streamlines movie search results on mobile

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    In a move that is bound to make all movie buffs happy, technology giant Google on Tuesday announced a new feature in Search that will help plan movie nights better - movie showtimes. The music is delivered via Google Play Music, YouTube Music and third-party services such as Spotify and Pandora. During World War II, she comprehensively visited the U.S.
  • Battle of top-end smartphones: Nokia 8 Sirocco vs Samsung Galaxy S9

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    The Samsung Galaxy S9 is powered by the company's own Exynos 9810 processor . That's more than owners of around 70% of Android devices can say. However, there's no confirmation that it's the Galaxy S9 Mini at all. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy A6 also appeared on GeekBench with model number SM-A600FN. However, we're still not entirely convinced that this even is the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini, as Samsung hasn't launched a mini model since the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini .
  • KJ Apa to replace disgraced Youtube star Kian Lawley in film

    KJ Apa to replace disgraced Youtube star Kian Lawley in film

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    Kiwi actor KJ Apa has been drafted in to replace disgraced star Kian Lawley in the hotly anticipated young adult drama The Hate U Give . When fired in February, Lawley said he respected the film's backers Fox's decision to recast. There are many scenes between the two leads, and others involving crowds and the rest of the cast. Still, the movie wrapped in November so it's not exactly ideal to go back and essentially redo major portions of the film months later.
  • Mozilla Announces Firefox Reality, a Dedicated Browser for VR and AR Headsets

    Mozilla Announces Firefox Reality, a Dedicated Browser for VR and AR Headsets

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    The development of this browser will, of course, be ongoing as Mozilla attempts to answer the unique opportunities for interaction and immersion augmented and virtual reality present. Called Firefox Reality, it's described as a cross-platform, privacy-friendly, open-source browser that has an interface specifically for headsets. Similar to the desktop browser, Firefox Reality is open source.
  • Will focus on expanding Nokia portfolio, retail presence: HMD Global

    Will focus on expanding Nokia portfolio, retail presence: HMD Global

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    It runs Android 8.0 Oreo, and as we mentioned, the smartphone is an Android One offering, with the promise of stock Android and swift updates. Our major quibble with HMD, however, is the fact that the company has refused to release kernel sources or allow bootloader unlocks for its devices so far.
  • Far Cry 5's first Live Event, Well Done, is now available

    Far Cry 5's first Live Event, Well Done, is now available

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    Far Cry 5 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Most modern games comes with a mandatory install (yes, even if you have the disc) and we're typically seeing these sizes weigh in around 50GB, so it doesn't take long to fill a 500GB drive. Community Goal: Kill 150,000 collectively. It's unclear why Ubisoft made a decision to go with these particular skins for this first live event, but they will certainly help players standout in co-op.
  • Insomniac's Spider-Man PS4 Release Date To Be Announced Tomorrow

    Insomniac's Spider-Man PS4 Release Date To Be Announced Tomorrow

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    The May issue of GameInformer is going to be packed with tons of new Spider-Man PS4 goodies. The May issue of Game Informer is loaded with new details about the wall crawler's highly anticipated return to video games. From traversing with parkour and unique environmental interactions, to new combat and blockbuster action, it's Spider-Man unlike any you've played before.
  • Nokia 9 To Launch With Triple Rear Cameras & In-glass Fingerprint Sensor

    Nokia 9 To Launch With Triple Rear Cameras & In-glass Fingerprint Sensor

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    Rival vendors will have to up the game to compete with the Nokia 9 triple camera system. On the front, the Nokia 9 is listed to support a 21-megapixel sensor with 1.4-micron pixels, a f/1.8 aperture, and once again, Carl Zeiss optics. Nokia 8 Sirocco is the most powerful in the trio as it comes with some powerful specifications stuffed inside. Being an Android One phone, it presently runs on Oreo and will get the timely update to Android P.
  • The Milky Way is growing by 500 metres every second, say astronomers

    The Milky Way is growing by 500 metres every second, say astronomers

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    It's a barred spiral galaxy - a spiral-shaped galaxy with a central bar-shaped structure composed of stars - with a diameter between 100,000 and 180,000 light-years. The researchers measured the objects in the galaxy with three different wavelengths of light - optical, ultraviolet, and infrared - using this technology to track the colors and motions of the stars located at the edges of the galaxy.
  • Google Rural School Bus Wi-Fi Program Seeks to Close Homework Gap

    Google Rural School Bus Wi-Fi Program Seeks to Close Homework Gap

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    Google on Monday said Rolling Study Halls , its pilot initiative to add Wi-Fi to school buses in rural communities, will roll out to thousands of more students in 16 counties in North and SC. We posted recently about their latest initiative to turn school buses in rural MI into WIFI hotspots, allowing students without broadband at home to complete school assignments while making long trips to and from school.
  • Rare dinosaur footprints found on Scottish island

    Rare dinosaur footprints found on Scottish island

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    Its discovery follows the 2015 find of further footprints in Skye's rocks. Paige dePolo, who led the study , conducted the research while an inaugural student in the University of Edinburgh's School of GeoSciences' research Master's degree programme in palaeontology and geobiology.
  • Parting gift from Prof Stephen Hawking helps charity throw special Easter lunch

    Parting gift from Prof Stephen Hawking helps charity throw special Easter lunch

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    The professor died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Cambridge, the spokesman said. Alexis Collis, FoodCycle's East of England Regional Manager, told ITV: "Lucy Hawking [Stephen's daughter] contacted me and mentioned that the family would like to make a donation so that while the funeral was taking place people would be sitting down to a hot meal "on Stephen".
  • Meek Mill Denied Bail For His Release

    Meek Mill Denied Bail For His Release

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    Things were beginning to look up for Meek Mill in his ongoing case as the planes to free him continues. Meek's lawyers also claim that Judge Brinkley's personal attorney, Charles Peruto Jr . "The sentence imposed was not manifestly excessive and this Court stated sufficient reasons on the record to support a state sentence of 2 to 4 years".
  • Intel Core i9 processors launched for mobiles, laptops

    Intel Core i9 processors launched for mobiles, laptops

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    For the rest of us, the benefits of Intel's new 14nm Coffee Lake silicon may also be felt in the company's Xeon and Core i7 processors , which also offer six cores and 12 threads for all your multitasking (and editing and rendering) needs.
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of War is axing microtransactions

    Middle-earth: Shadow of War is axing microtransactions

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    Shadow of War launched near the end of previous year and while the game garnered praise for its refinement of its trademark Nemesis System, the game notably took some backlash for heavy integration of microtransactions, and now its developer and publisher are seeking to provide some refinements and updates to the game several months after its release.