Day: September 19, 2019

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iOS 13 just launched with a bunch of new features including Dark Mode

The big picture: In preparation for the iPhone 11’s launch on Friday, Apple has released the new iOS 13 update. With it comes Apple Arcade, a native dark mode, and a whole lot more. As Tim Cook promised in Apple’s

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Immigration Chief Wants To Reveal Info Of Refugees Charged With Crimes

A top immigration chief wants the authority to disclose personal information about refugees and asylees who are under criminal prosecution for certain crimes. Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), recently sent a request

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Battle Lines Drawn Over California Auto Air Rules, EVs

As promised, President Trump this week announced he’s revoking California’s right to set its own auto emissions standards. And as promised, California Gov. Gavin Newsom is headed to court because he doubts the President’s standing to unilaterally undo an act

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Dimitar Berbatov uses Instagram to announce retirement from playing football, as former Man United and Tottenham striker bows out in style

“I will f****** miss it”. Dimitar Berbatov has bowed out of football with a colourful statement filled with the type of style Premier League fans grew accustomed to. View this post on Instagram On this special day today, / if

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Democratic Debate: Julian Castro Questions Joe Biden's Memory

Sep.13 — Former housing and development secretary Julian Castro attacks front-runner Joe Biden about his health-care plan during the third Democratic presidential debate in Houston, Texas. Castro later said he was not referring to the former Vice President’s age. topworldtimes

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Huawei launches Mate 30 Pro with “Horizon” display and “Halo ring” camera system

The big picture: The Chinese giant launched its new Mate 30 lineup at an event in Munich, with lots of improvements, but also no mention of Google-owned apps. Instead, as previously rumored, the handsets will come with an open source

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