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Microsoft hints at the Surface Phone with new Windows 10 for ARM

Microsoft has announced that the Windows 10 desktop can now run on the ARM-based processors used in mobile devices. The development hints at the emergence of a new class of devices capable of powering smartphone and desktop experiences.

Powerful 6.5 magnitude earthquake hits Northern California

A powerful 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of northern California on Thursday morning. The quake, initially reported as a magnitude 6.8, hit 100 miles west of Ferndale at 6:50 a.m. local time.

Astronaut John Glenn dies aged 95

Former astronaut John Glenn, who was the first American to orbit Earth, has died aged 95. Glenn also served as a marine and U.S. senator.

Aleppo White Helmet rescuers call for safe passage

Birut - The White Helmets rescue group on Thursday urged international organisations to protect its members in rebel-held parts of Syria's east Aleppo in the face of an advance by government forces.

Huge chasm in East Antarctic ice shelf threatens research station

The British Antarctic Survey is getting ready to move its Halley VI research station because a giant chasm in the ice shelf is threatening to break off, leaving the portion of the ice shelf the station is sitting on floating in the sea.

The Fall of Hong Kong: 75 years since Japan took the city

Hong Kong - High up on a hillside in the south of Hong Kong, shaded beneath dense green foliage, are the pockmarked remnants of World War II pillboxes, a reminder of the city's failed attempt to fend off a Japanese invasion.

Epson printers perpetually rebooting after Google code change

Epson printers have been caught in a continual reboot loop after Google made a change to one of its cloud services. The crashes have affected scores of owners of the internet-connected printers. Epson has confirmed it's working on a fix.

Bluetooth 5 will make your connected devices much faster

Bluetooth 5's key features and capabilities have officially been approved, allowing device manufacturers to begin developing products using the technology. It comes with significant performance improvements and enhanced support for smart products.

Traumatic brain injury promised pharmaceutical treatment

Fayetteville - Brain cell swelling follows and worsens traumatic brain injury. Scientists at the University of Arkansas found the drug Acetazolamide inhibits production of the protein triggering brain cell swelling, suggesting a treatment for brain injury.

Venezuelan fishermen turn to piracy as industry collapses

As Venezuela continues on its downward spiral into economic collapse, in the coastal state of Sucre, out-of-work fishermen have turned to piracy, killing dozens who still venture out into the open sea, trying to make a living.

France's Le Pen pledges no schooling for illegal migrants

Paris - French far-right leader Marine Le Pen proposed Thursday that the children of illegal immigrants should be refused public school places as part of tough proposals to restrict state services for foreigners.

Mr President? Turkish anchor remembers Erdogan coup call

Istanbul - "Hello?""Please Mr President, we are listening to you...""Good evening!" "Good evening, sir, please...

Solomon Islands hit by massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake

A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake erupted along a fault near the Solomon Islands Friday morning, prompting Pacific Tsunami Warning Center to issue a tsunami alert for some coasts.

Russian FM announces halt in Syrian strikes on Aleppo: news agencies

Moscow - The Syrian army has halted its attacks on Syria's Aleppo to allow for the evacuation of civilians, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday.

Giraffes 'threatened with extinction'

Paris - Wild giraffe numbers have plummeted by 40 percent in the past three decades and the species is now "vulnerable" to extinction, a top conservation body said Thursday.

Russia says Syria army halts Aleppo attacks as rebels cornered

Aleppo - Syria's army on Thursday halted its attacks in Aleppo to allow for trapped civilians to be evacuated, Russia's foreign minister announced, after advancing regime forces cornered rebels in the city.

Greek court rejects extraditing last two Turkish 'coup' officers

Atenas - A Greek appeals court on Thursday ruled against the extradition of two Turkish coup suspects demanded by Ankara, after electing to protect another three and send back three others.

Microsoft and Intel create a smarter Cortana and enhanced PCs

Microsoft has announced a partnership with Intel that will see the two companies collaborate to improve digital assistants, security, AI and mixed reality on Windows 10 PCs. Project Evo will create more capable future devices with enhanced functionality.

EU states to return migrants to Greece from March

Brussels - The EU recommended Thursday that member states resume sending asylum seekers back to Greece from March next year, after transfers were halted for five years because of poor conditions there.

Op-Ed: Another attempt to retake Libyan oil crescent ports is launched

The Libya Observer claims a coalition of groups including members of the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG), the Islamist Defend Benghazi Brigades (DBB), plus some brigades loyal to the UN-brokered unity government tried to retake the oil crescent ports.
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