Sci-tech Bumper profits, new phone and its chief on trial — Samsung's insane day
Author: 0 Bumper profits, new phone and its chief on trial — Samsung's insane day

Samsung is clearly back in the game now with their Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus but should you go big and get the bigger model with a bigger battery and display or is the smaller model the better choice. In the face of all of this bad press, the public doesn't seem to have changed their mind on Samsung, and consumers remain loyal, share prices actually increased and the company saw a 50% increase in profits over the last 3 months of 2016 as well as the first three of 2017.

Author: 0 Cassini finds ingredient for life at Saturn's moon Enceladus

The solar system is teeming with ocean worlds , including ice-covered moons like Saturn's Enceladus and Jupiter's Europa. Undated Nasa handout photo of one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus . Enceladus is the sixth largest moon of Saturn. This established that, while Enceladus is freezing on its surface, underneath is a liquid ocean. Tidal heating caused by the moon's interaction with Saturn's powerful gravity prevents the ocean from freezing.

Sci-tech Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) rolled out second
Author: 0 Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) rolled out second "Redstone 3" test

The news comes after a general lack of clarity surrounding when previous major Windows 10 updates would drop, much less when they would hit a given customer's device. Microsoft believes that setting a particular schedule for the updates' release would give more convenience to the users. The announcement, however, also holds a piece of information that shows that Windows 10 adoption is still stuck at the same level for several months.

Sci-tech White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill
Author: 0 White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill

As of now, the broader conference is not aware of what the new health care blueprint is, suggesting that things are very much in the air. The proposed changes from Meadows and MacArthur attempt to reconcile the differences between conservatives in the House Freedom Caucus and centrist Republicans.

Sci-tech Protests Against Trump On Earth Day 2017 To Participate In Nationwide
Author: 0 Protests Against Trump On Earth Day 2017 To Participate In Nationwide

That's why she supported the idea that the march will be held on such an important date as International Earth Day . But critics condemn the project as problematic political enthusiasm. Global scientific research can be greatly affected by this. Scientists have expressed their doubts about the true aims of the march, in addition to its possible negative outcomes.

Author: 0 After winning praise from Trump, Italian PM Gentiloni meets with Trudeau

Trump called Italy a "key partner" in the fight against terrorism, noting it is the second largest contributor of troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, and praised it for its efforts to stabilize Libya . Gentiloni said partitioning the country would have unsafe consequences for Egypt and Tunisia as well as Europe. "We are being very effective in that regard", he asserted.

Author: 0 Soyuz space capsule carrying American, Russian blasts off

The US astronaut and 58-year-old Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin are joining the crew of the ISS. NASA astronaut Jack Fischer and Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin lifted off from Kazakhstan on Thursday, bound for the International Space Station.

Author: 0 Samsung heads for best quarterly profit in over 3 yrs, up 48%

Anticipation of the tech giant's good news also caused shares to hit to a record high of 2.134 million won towards the end of March, though actual sales figures are not expected to be released until the end of April. Even after the embarrassing recall of the company's last flagship device, the Galaxy Note 7, the S8 and its new embedded Bixby AI technology could set a new first year sales record for the company.

Sci-tech Canada: Trump is wrong in saying dairy practices unfair
Author: 0 Canada: Trump is wrong in saying dairy practices unfair

I spent time with several of the farmers in Wisconsin and - as you know - rules, regulations, different things have changed and our farmers in Wisconsin and New York State are being put out of business". Mr. Trump has previously raised questions about U.S. There's also "flat-line growth" in other dairy manufacturing sectors within NY, he added. "When there's [Can]$2 billion worth of trade going both ways every single day ...

Sci-tech Tesla Recalling 53000 Vehicles For Brake Problem
Author: 0 Tesla Recalling 53000 Vehicles For Brake Problem

According to CNET's Road Show , the fix takes about 45 minutes once Tesla starts working on a vehicle, as all it requires is both electric parking brakes be replaced with new units. Some analysts have expressed skepticism about the meteoric rise in Tesla shares given that the company still sells only a fraction of cars compared with GM or Ford.

Author: 0 RBC Capital Gets More Bullish On Apple Inc. Ahead Of Earnings

Hills Bank & Trust Co. raised its stake in Apple by 1.5% in the third quarter. Carlson Capital Management now owns 5,898 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $667,000 after buying an additional 736 shares in the last quarter. RBC analyst Amit Daryanani also increased his March-quarter iPhone estimates and fiscal 2017 revenue estimates, saying trends indicate consumer preference for Apple's more expensive plus models, which have contributed positively to average selling prices.

Author: 0 13 arrested in pro and anti-Trump rallies

Police said also that there have been numerous reports of pepper spray being used in the crowd. The trouble unfolded when hundreds of Trump opponents staged a counter-rally alongside an event billed as a " Patriots Day " free-speech rally and picnic, which was organised by mostly Trump supporters.

Author: 0 Trump targets visa program he says hurts American workers

The technology industry relies heavily on the H-1B visa program to bring in engineering talent from overseas, and executives say they simply can not hire enough American workers to fill jobs at their companies. Outsourcing companies now get far more visas than traditional technology companies, according to data collected through Freedom of Information Act requests by Ron Hira, an associate professor at Howard University who has done extensive research on the H-1B program.

Sci-tech NewsFix in Space: NASA announces possible life on another planet
Author: 0 NewsFix in Space: NASA announces possible life on another planet

With all of this optimism, the fact remains that NASA has not discovered any evidence of living organisms living on Enceladus. Water is known to exist on this moon of saturn. A press conference viewer, asking questions of the scientists via Twitter, asked if NASA was talking about bacteria or algae - or giant squids. "These results demonstrate the interconnected nature of NASA's science missions that are getting us closer to answering whether we are indeed alone or not", he said in a ...

Author: 0 Zuckerberg Announces His AR Platform Plans To "Destroy Snapchat"

The Camera Effects Platform includes two products: Frames Studio and AR Studio. Zuckerberg said the company is making the "first mainstream augmented reality platform out of the camera", called "Act 2". The company also launched the "Places Graph", providing free access to data on more than 140 million places around the world. Facebook announced a new "Discover" tab that allows people to find the bot for Messenger they're looking for in an intuitive and thoughtful way, right from the ...

Sci-tech Nintendo rumoured to release SNES microconsole this Christmas
Author: 0 Nintendo rumoured to release SNES microconsole this Christmas

However, not all is lost: Reports are surfacing that Nintendo might actually be releasing a mini SNES Classic Edition later this year, according to IGN . The NES Classic has been very hard to find in stores and online since its reemergence in November previous year. It looks like Nintendo has another video game console planned for 2017, and it's a throwback to the early 1990s.

Author: 0 O'Reilly out over harassment allegations

For two decades O'Reilly has ruled the "no spin zone" with cable news' most popular show, and his ratings had never been higher. "It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims". His 8 p.m. time slot has gone to Tucker Carlson. " Fox News should have fired him in 2004 when (former Fox News producer) Andrea Mackris spoke out, but at least they did it now", she said.