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The game title was spotted on a Korean video game ratings board site.
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He shoots, he scores! LeBron James has enlisted the Marvel director to work on the long-awaited comedy follow-up.
The e-commerce giant is reportedly considering as many as 3,000 Amazon Go stores by 2021.
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While exploring the Setup app in iOS 12, 9to5Mac discovered an identifier referring to an iPad labeled "iPad2018Fall". The identifier also added to a bevy of evidence and reports suggesting a new iPad Pro model is imminent.
That's not the only hint about new iPads in the iOS 12.1 beta, though. First of all, 9to5Mac found a daemon running in iOS 12.1 that seems to suggest support for syncing Memojis across iOS devices. While some people do have multiple iPhones, not many do, and syncing like this most often helps users keep things squared between an iPhone and an iPad. Today's iPads don't support Memojis, but tomorrow's might.
Further, developer Steve Troughton-Smith noted on Twitter that iOS 12.1 appears to include support for Face ID in landscape orientation. This would not be possible with existing iPhone hardware, suggesting that it might be coming in a future iPad with Face ID. He also pointed out an option for a virtualized 4K external display for the iPad Pro in Apple's iOS simulator. This lends support to an analyst report that the iPad Pro would use USB-C, not Lightning, as its primary port. That is still far from certain, though.
The giant purple cube has reached its final destination.
Holy macaroni! After months of number-crunching, behold the strongest material in the universe: Nuclear pasta
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The popular online retailer is the latest victim of hacking group Magecart, a security firm says.
Dashcam mode would use the cameras on the vehicle normally used for Autopilot and will be released with Tesla software version 9 as a beta feature.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Austin Police Department told the public that Wilson still wasn't in custody. The Defense Distributed founder's last known whereabouts are Taipei, Taiwan, and he skipped his flight back to the States. Authorities believe he received a tip about the new allegations.
"We know Mr. Wilson frequently travels for business," Commander Troy Officer, of APD’s Organized Crime Division, told assembled press shortly after 2pm Central Time. "We don't know why he went to Taiwan, but we do know that he was informed that he was being investigated."
Here's some science to go with your favorite science fiction. Elon Musk, can you get us to Vulcan?
The social network also says it removed almost 1.3 billion fake accounts between October and March.
The Curiosity rover can't transmit some of its data. NASA is on the case.