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The payload will be launched by the company's Falcon 9 rocket . But no state agency claimed Zuma. The super secret "Zuma" mission claimed by no USA government entity - not even the elusive NRO spy agency! - and whose goals are veiled in virtually complete darkness- is poised for a dark of night blastoff on a SpaceX Falcon rocket Thursday evening, November 16, from the Florida Space Coast.
  • Google Search and Maps will soon show wait times at restaurants

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    Estimating the wait time for a table at a restaurant seems anything but a science. Google revealed today that Maps and Search will soon tell you wait times at sit-down restaurants around the world. Moreover, summaries of each day's wait times can be pulled up by scrolling through the results. Like the popular times feature, Google is algorithmically calculating its estimates based on data gathered from the millions of people who've enabled location tracking on their phones.
  • Broadcom reportedly mulling $100B takeover of Qualcomm

    Broadcom reportedly mulling $100B takeover of Qualcomm

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    No final decisions have been made and there is no guarantee a deal will go ahead. Qualcomm shares rose as much as 19 percent in NY in their biggest intraday move since October 2008. Stock of San Diego-based Qualcomm jumped 12.7 percent to close at $61.81. The reports came one day after Tan held a news conference with President Trump to announce that Broadcom , now based in Singapore with a primary US office in San Jose, plans to move its corporate domicile to the United States.
  • Apple looking beyond Qualcomm for smartphone components

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    As Apple is gets ready to hold their Fiscal Q4 Results financial conference, the news of Qualcomm Inc suing Apple Inc again hits the wire. The drop was due to reports of Apple considering using components from Intel and MediaTek, thus dropping Qualcomm from the equation entirely.
  • NASA's spooky Halloween playlist will give you the chills!

    NASA's spooky Halloween playlist will give you the chills!

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    A few of the recordings are described below. The soundtracks come from celestial bodies including Jupiter and Saturn, as well as many different types of stars. The sounds recorded are very similar to the radio emissions from Earth's auroras. The difference between the high- and low-frequency waves produces the whistling sound.
  • IPhone X Sales Off The Charts Says Apple

    IPhone X Sales Off The Charts Says Apple

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    A similar tactic was used with Best Buy's pricing on the new Pixel 2, which gets a $100 discount when purchased on the installment plan, only with the iPhone X it's punishing those who don't go with the monthly payments. The shares were sold at an average price of $154.21, for a total transaction of $9,775,063.48. Apple's revenue was up 7.2% on a year-over-year basis.
  • The OnePlus 5T will launch on November 20

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    It is more or less consistent with information provided earlier this week by Twitter tipster evleaks, who claims the OnePlus 5T release date will be 20 November. According to the specs spotted on AnTuTu, the OnePlus 5T may come with a 6-inch 2160×1080 pixels 18:9 display. Coming to the camera department, the device offers a dual rear-camera solution with 16 MP + 20 MP sensors.
  • Rogers iPhone X Pre-Orders Try to Launch But Website Goes Down

    Rogers iPhone X Pre-Orders Try to Launch But Website Goes Down

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    Despite having the same A11 bionic chipset and almost the same camera module as the iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X holds a major leg up due to its futuristic-looking screen. In the past, Apple's website hasn't loaded quickly, and only people accessing its iPhone and iPad app were able to preorder devices when sales began.
  • Twitter Admits It Has Overstated User Metrics for 3 Years

    Twitter Admits It Has Overstated User Metrics for 3 Years

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    The social media giant released its third quarter earnings report today, and there were several bright spots. "We discovered that since the fourth quarter of 2014 we had included users of certain third-party applications as Twitter MAUs that should not have been considered MAUs", Twitter said in a regulatory filing Thursday.
  • Microsoft beats earnings forecasts, reaching $20 billion cloud revenue run rate

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    Microsoft got 10 percent more revenue from Office commercial products and cloud services, which includes Office 365 as well as its more traditional Office software. Microsoft shares rose 3.4 percent to $81.40 in extended trading following the report, after closing at $78.76 in NY. Windows commercial licensing and cloud services revenue increased by 7 percent.
  • Vodafone-Micromax launch 4G smartphone which will cost Rs 999

    Vodafone-Micromax launch 4G smartphone which will cost Rs 999

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    Speaking about this offer, Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director - Consumer Business , Vodafone India said, "We are delighted to partner with Micromax to democratize the 4G smart phones at a never before price of under Rs. Like Airtel and BSNL, Vodafone is leveraging its affordable high-speed data and voice plans to reduce the cost of the Bharat 2 Ultra . In compare with the Airtel smartphone offering, this device offers bit outdated specifications.
  • Destiny 2 gets PC launch trailer, to release next week

    Destiny 2 gets PC launch trailer, to release next week

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    The PC version of Destiny is considerably different than consoles, players have access to 4K resolution, an uncapped framerate, higher quality textures, 21:9 widescreen support, the ability to rebind keys freely and much more. Not to be confused with the challenge mode seen in Destiny 1 raids, these new challenges are optional. They will let them know with an in-game message when they fail with information on what is at stake each week.
  • Facebook Officially Launches

    Facebook Officially Launches "Order Food" across The USA

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    Here's a status update from Facebook , food delivery is now on the menu. This new feature has been launched in the United States to order meals from restaurants preferred like the Chipotle and Five Guys, straight from the app itself. Users that already have a Delivery.com account can use their existing logins to place the orders. But if you're asking me why you should use Facebook to order food instead of the other apps (exclusively made for ordering food), I really do not have a very ...