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In a video posted one day after his re-emergence, Paul yells that "no rat comes into my house without getting Tased" before firing a stun gun into two dead rats on his patio. Paul eventually issued an apology on Twitter and later issued a video apology for the incident. The company later removed Paul from its lucrative Google Preferred platform, which gives advertisers easy access to the most popular YouTubers, and suspended his content deals with paid streaming service YouTube ...
  • Facebook tweaks news feed to prioritize local news

    Facebook tweaks news feed to prioritize local news

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    Facebook , which has more than 2 billion users worldwide, said it's prioritizing trustworthy, informative and local news. Analysts expressed concern that Facebook's strategy shift could be an indication that user satisfaction is slipping, raising uncertainty about the impact on ad revenue, which accounts for about 98% of total sales.
  • Humble Ubisoft sale live Assassin's Creed Origins, Ghost Recon and more

    Humble Ubisoft sale live Assassin's Creed Origins, Ghost Recon and more

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    A community manager responded with a definitive statement that said "New Game + is coming" and that more information would be provided on the feature soon. The upcoming expansion will add new areas, new enemies to fight and more. More information will be shared soon, according to that post. That update includes new weapons, outfits, mounts and a higher level cap, as well as new story stuff to play through.
  • Google Took Down 700000 Apps From Google Play In 2017

    Google Took Down 700000 Apps From Google Play In 2017

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    The vast majority of these malicious apps (99 percent), never made it into the store and was outright rejected by Google's algorithms and security teams. When you look at 2016, there was about a 70 percent increase in the apps removed between 2016 and 2017. Tens of thousands of apps with inappropriate content were taken down past year as a result of such improved detection methods.
  • North Korea could stage 'intimidating' military parade day before Olympic Games - Seoul

    North Korea could stage 'intimidating' military parade day before Olympic Games - Seoul

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    China had agreed to halt fuel shipments as part of an worldwide effort to pressure Pyongyang to forfeit its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles program. Senior South Korean and USA officials are expected to confirm the plans in Hawaii Friday, with a ministerial-level meeting on the timing of post-Olympic drills and their scale, according to South Korean news network MBN.
  • US, South Korean Defense Chiefs Meet on Oahu

    US, South Korean Defense Chiefs Meet on Oahu

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    U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo enter Pacific Command headquarters in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Friday, Jan. The agreement to form the unified team marked the first official talks between North and South Korea in two years. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who will represent the United States at the Olympics, said on Tuesday he would seek to counter what he described as an effort by North Korea to "hijack" the Games with a propaganda campaign.
  • Mourinho signs contract extension with Man United

    Mourinho signs contract extension with Man United

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    Arsenal fans were given a painful of deja vu with their star man following in the footsteps of Robin van Persie who swapped the Emirates Stadium for Old Trafford in 2013. Alexis Sanchez has blasted former Arsenal players after his exit from the club. "I will do my best to assist them as well", he said. Diego Forlan, one of 15 South Americans to have played for the Red Devils, is excited for Sanchez.
  • Samsung, LG say don't slow phones like Apple

    Samsung, LG say don't slow phones like Apple

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    It'd be great for Apple to give users a way to decide for themselves whether they want to slow down the iPhone, or not. Samsung and LG, two of the biggest smartphone manufacturers, on Saturday claimed that they do not slow their smartphones with old batteries like Apple .
  • Facebook Users Will Be Able To Rank News Source Trustworthiness

    Facebook Users Will Be Able To Rank News Source Trustworthiness

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    To do so, he said , Facebook made a decision to rely on member surveys as the most " objective " way to rank trust in news sources. Social media enables people to spread information faster than ever before, and if we don't specifically tackle these problems, then we end up amplifying them .
  • New Xbox Elite Controller With USB Type-C Charging Leaked

    New Xbox Elite Controller With USB Type-C Charging Leaked

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    Considering Microsoft has a patent for this technology , it is hardly surprising that the new Elite would have this. Take a look at the image (via Reddit user EDDS86 ) above to give the supposed new Xbox Elite controller an ogle. Another possible unveiling could be during the Game Developers Conference (GDC). Either way, it looks like fans of the original Xbox Elite Controller are in for a treat this year.
  • Chromecast Causing Wi-Fi Issues For Users

    Chromecast Causing Wi-Fi Issues For Users

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    It's a weirdly specific bug, but TP-Link has reportedly pointed the finger at so-called MDNS packets that keep a live connection with Cast devices. But unfortunately, the recent update has caused the device to send more packets than usual, reaching up to over 100,000.
  • Honda Accord Named 2018 North American Car of the Year

    Honda Accord Named 2018 North American Car of the Year

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    It's the first auto of the year award for all three nameplates, although Honda and Volvo have both won the award recently. "Honda took a clean-sheet approach to reinventing America's most popular vehicle, and we couldn't be prouder to receive this honor for Accord as the North American auto of the Year", said Henio Arcangeli, Jr., senior vice president of the Automobile Division and general manager of Honda Sales, American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
  • News feed to get a makeover

    News feed to get a makeover

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    It's easy to understand how we got here. If Facebook doesn't want a certain conservative or liberal publisher in the feed or decides a certain local news publisher shouldn't be there either, that publisher's social media reach will die, causing it significant economic harm.
  • HTC U11 EYEs to be officially launched on January 15 in China

    HTC U11 EYEs to be officially launched on January 15 in China

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    The annual tech show CES 2018 has come to an end and smartphone makers are concentrating on the launch of their new devices in specific regions. It's a scummy thing to do (or clever, depending on how you look at it), but it'll be harder for OEMs to do as Oreo becomes more and more commonplace.
  • Samsung is partnering with NextRadio to Unlock FM Chips in Smartphones

    Samsung is partnering with NextRadio to Unlock FM Chips in Smartphones

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    However, the difference is that not all tech companies activate it, which is where Samsung hopes to step forward by reviving FM radio in their smartphones that will be released for the US and Canada. Among sensors, biometric scanners and motion cameras, FM receiver is also present which we have forgot from years now as most phones can't use them.
  • Final Remix announced for Switch

    Final Remix announced for Switch

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    These remasters will include not only updated graphics but "rebuilt lighting and SFX similar to Dark Souls 3". Wave one (January 31) will include new contender Aegislash and supports Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu. The DLC pack will be available this spring. The Wii U platformer Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is coming to the Switch with Funky Kong as a new playable character.
  • Zuckerberg changes Facebook's focus to be more 'meaningful'

    Zuckerberg changes Facebook's focus to be more 'meaningful'

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    The immensely popular social network for millennials and users of all ages, Facebook is on a drive to ease out the availability of local news from vetted sources for its user base. So they said they wanted to improve the quality of the feed, which kind of does make sense, except when you consider they allow all sorts of advertising content into the newsfeed....if they are getting paid.
  • South Korea's Presidential Office denies plans to ban cryptocurrency trading

    South Korea's Presidential Office denies plans to ban cryptocurrency trading

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    Bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrency is now experiencing a huge slumped as South Korea's ministry of justice reemphasized its proposed ban on crypto trading. Ripple trimmed its 21% tumble to a 14% drop, while ethereum slumped 5%. South Korea's Presidential Office said today that a plan to ban trading cryptocurrencies via exchanges in the nation is still not set in stone.
  • Here comes faster 802.11ax Wi-Fi

    Here comes faster 802.11ax Wi-Fi

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    Celeno´s field-proven chips and software technology have been successfully integrated into numerous OEM Wi-Fi devices and have been deployed in tens of millions of homes around the world by nearly 100 service providers worldwide. Additionally, the Blue Cave Wi-Fi router from ASUS-, equipped with the Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 Series, combines powerful Wi-Fi and complete network security with a cool, modern design that begs to be noticed.
  • New Sony Phones Arrive In The US With Active Fingerprint Sensors

    New Sony Phones Arrive In The US With Active Fingerprint Sensors

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    Sony fit a 3,300 mAh battery that is 40 percent larger than before. Both the Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra will launch in February 2018 with Silver, Black, Blue, Gold, and Pink color options, depending on the model. Other differences include a 6-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of storage, and a 3580mAh battery . The report highlights that the device will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor .
  • Acer's Chromebook 11 brings USB-C charging to entry-level laptops

    Acer's Chromebook 11 brings USB-C charging to entry-level laptops

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    The options to choose the specs are limited to just the processor and RAM capacity, other specs are as they are such as Intel HD Graphics 500, which comes integrated into both the Chromebooks . Actually, the OS is a full Linux distribution that is both extremely secure and easy to use. Certain intensive Android apps, like Asphalt 8, bogged the machine down at points, but I can't say that I was too surprised - funnily enough, the game actually failed to render when I loaded into a race.
  • Assassin's Creed Origins gets its first story expansion this month

    Assassin's Creed Origins gets its first story expansion this month

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    Assassin's Creed Origins is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Hidden Ones is the first DLC expansion for Ubisoft's latest Assassin's Creed game and is due to launch this month. Over on Assassin's Creed's official website, Ubisoft detailed what players can expect from Origins in January starting with a title update. You'll be able to fight Anubis from January 9-16, followed by Sobek from January 23-30.
  • Microsoft Outs New Glow-in-the-Dark Xbox One Controller

    Microsoft Outs New Glow-in-the-Dark Xbox One Controller

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    The closed beta will start on 24 January at 12PM GMT / 7AM EST / 6AM CST / 5AM PST/ 8AM CET and run until Monday 29 January. Anyone who joined the Sea of Thieves Insider Programme prior to December 1, 2017 will be eligible for CBT as well as anyone who preordered the game.
  • Acer's updated laptops include the thinnest computer in the world

    Acer's updated laptops include the thinnest computer in the world

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    The Spin 3 (SP314-51) starts at $599 and ships in February 2018. On the display front, it features a 13.5-inch IPS display with 2256 x 1504 resolution and supports Windows Ink powered by Wacom EMR technology. Originally, the Swift 7 was debuted with a thickness of 9.98mm. The CES stage was also leveraged to unveil the new, Blue-coloured Chromebook 11. With a price tag like that, it's kind of hard to see how someone could pick this over something like Dell's new XPS 13.