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The ECJ has now given its judgments in both the Belgian case Achbita and the French case Bougnaoui . Celik compared the ruling to Turkey's so called post-modern coup era when on February 28, 1997, a declaration was made that imposed wide-ranging measures across Turkish society, especially for women who chose to wear the headscarf .
  • Windows updates will soon take up a lot less space

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    Microsoft will also be providing guidance on how to build apps for the new opaque headsets from scratch, as well as how to port apps from the HoloLens or from other virtual reality platforms. A few reports say that early versions of the headset are rolling out to developers soon. This year's Game Developers Conference has come with good tidings for VR, with a string of announcements for virtual reality headsets and associated software.
  • Apple iPhone 8 Will Come With USB-C Connector

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    Guess I shouldn't be too surprised. Kuo notes that while the iPhone 7S, 7S Plus and 8 will all feature the fast charging support, the OLED-equipped iPhone 8 "may have a faster charging speed thanks to a 2-cell L-shaped battery pack design".
  • A typo blew up part of the internet Tuesday

    A typo blew up part of the internet Tuesday

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    And one of those subsystems managed a file that kept track of where all the "objects" were in the system's US-EAST-1 region, the largest and most heavily used of the three S3 regions in the United States. In an analysis published today in Forbes, analyst Patrick Moorhead said yesterday's outage underscored a problem not with Amazon, but with enterprise users who don't fully consider the implications of moving key services into the cloud.
  • Scientist claim they found the world's oldest microfossils

    Scientist claim they found the world's oldest microfossils

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    Other scientists are skeptical about the new claims. In a discovery that could help find evidence of life on Mars, researchers from the University of Western Australia have helped analyse fossils now confirmed as being the world's oldest fossils found to date.
  • Former ASA President says Trump WOTUS Order is a Victory

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    The rule, an attempt to define what constitutes federally protected waters and who has jurisdiction on them, has been criticized ever since. The Sierra Club was critical of Trump's action, issuing a press release saying the president's executive order seeks to "ultimately undo the Clean Water Rule ", which it said took years to craft.
  • Spotify trialling Hi-Fi music tier, report claims

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    A Spotify spokesperson failed to confirm whether the service will get an official launch in the coming weeks and months. The streaming service began running a test on a small group of users yesterday, offering the Hi-Fi service for $5 to $10 above the $10 per month price for Spotify Premium.
  • Report claims next iPhone will use USB C instead of Lightning port

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    Switching to USB-C on the iPhone 8 would eliminate that problem. Beyond a new display, the same sources say Apple is planning other upgrades to differentiate the iPhone 8 from the iPhone 7. Apple and Samsung are struggling to develop features that would motivate consumers to replace their handsets frequently and distinguish higher-end brands from affordable Chinese-made handsets.
  • Microsoft will launch Xbox Game Pass subscription service this Spring

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    Interactive Entertainment and Microsoft Studios. When it launches in spring, Game Pass will feature a variety of popular titles such as Halo 5: Guardians, Payday 2, and National Basketball Association 2K16. An alpha preview of the program begins today with "a very limited" number of games, and Xbox Live Gold subscribers will get first crack at the program this spring.
  • SpaceX announces plans to fly 2 tourists around the Moon

    SpaceX announces plans to fly 2 tourists around the Moon

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    Musk also said that if NASA decides it wants to be first in line for a lunar flyby mission, the USA space agency would take priority. "They have already paid a significant deposit to do a moon mission". But that doesn't mean the government's space agency is giving up on its plans for interplanetary travel. "NASA commends its industry partners for reaching higher".
  • Jewish Centers In Several States, Including Pa., Being Evacuated Due To Threats

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    Still, violent threats against the two schools come amid a wave of incidents involving Jewish sites. Locally, Lancaster County does not have a Jewish community center. "My instincts tell me this is all part of a coordinated effort", an Ann Arbor police detective tells Wells, saying that there have been at least two bomb threats against the Ann Arbor Jewish Community Center.
  • Martin Hanzal Traded to Wild; Coyotes Receive Draft Picks

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    There was speculation that the Blackhawks would go after Hanzal, who could solidify their depth chart up the middle, but LeBrun's report indicates that was never the case. Hanzal should also help take some pressure off Koivu for any important draws and help improve the Wild's penalty kill, which hasn't been able to rely on any of the Wild's various 4th line centers this season (Haula excluded).
  • Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S8 on March 29 in NY

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    The specs sheet for the smaller Samsung Galaxy S8 has been shared by TechnoBuffalo and it is almost identical to the one shared by Blass. But it's not a creative designing of the page, the bezels are not visible in the design of the front due to the presence of curved display screen.
  • Motorola's new Moto Mods include a gamepad, Amazon Alexa speaker and more

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    However, a new leaked image has surfaced online which not only shows the upcoming Moto G5 from the Lenovo-owned company, but also reveals the kind of packaging the device will have, as well as the accessories included in the box. Whether or not this is the case for smartphones remains to be seen, but the fact is that the Moto G5 Plus make a very strong first impression. What's common to both smartphones is the fingerprint sensor at the front of the phone, along with Android Nougat 7.0 ...
  • ATP Marseille: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga outlasts Nick Kyrgios in three set win

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    Tsonga, who won his 13th career title in Rotterdam last week, is bidding to add a third Marseille trophy to his collection following victories in 2009 and 2013. "I wanted to show him I'd be there for each shot", said Tsonga, who will now climb to eighth in the ATP world rankings. Pouille thumped Gasquet in straight sets and had even been leading 5-0 in the second set.
  • Philippines senator who branded President Duterte 'serial killer' faces arrest

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    Last October, even as his drug war drew global condemnation, 83 percent of Filipinos said they had "much trust" in the president - although some commentators doubt whether his popularity is really that strong. Drugs offenses are classified as non-bailable and have been the main focus of President Duterte's rule since becoming president. "I do not intend to hide because I will face the cases against me, " Lima said.
  • Asus Announces ZenFone Live With Beautification Sensor And Livestreaming Features

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    However, all the loyal Asus followers will have to wait until it officially confirms what changes it is bringing in the device and when the ZenFone 3 Zoom will be launching. Fired up by a 2,650 mAh battery it supports 2 GB of RAM and comes in 16 GB and 32 GB storage options. The selfie cam has a 5-megapixel sensor with f/2.2 aperture, 1.4-micron pixel size, and soft light LED flash.