The Windows 10 preview will work on more phones soon
If you've been itching to try out a technical preview version of Windows 10 on your phone but didn't have a device on the short list, then we have good news. Microsoft just released a list of devices that it expects to support in the next "flight" and it includes …
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UK investigation finds Huawei isn't a security threat
Huawei, along with ZTE, has previously been a source of concern for western governments, many of whom have expressed worry that the Chinese company could be performing surveillance for the Chinese government. That has led to use of its hardware …
UK report concludes Huawei's no threat to national security
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FCC will vote next month on plan to share valuable 3.5GHz spectrum
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote April 17 on a spectrum-sharing plan for a band that could serve the military, mobile service providers and individuals. The CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) would open up frequencies from …
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This week was the first of 2015 to truly crowd retail shelves and RSS feeds. Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, Action Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful and Earl Sweatshirt’s I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside all saw release this week; Lamar’s sophomore effort not only moved over 350,ooo physical units, but shattered the single-day album streaming record. Twice. As for Bronson and Earl, they capped off their weeks with the victory lap to end all victory laps. But that was just the Billboard news clippings. The week was also filled with rewind-worthy loosies from a litany of artists. These are the XXL staff’s picks for the best hip-hop songs to come out in the week ending March 27.
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Nintendo delays the release of the Wii U's 'Zelda' game
Los Angeles Times
Nintendo's Wii U take on “The Legend of Zelda” is no longer due this year. (Nintendo). Early footage of the Wii U's take on “The Legend of Zelda” franchise has wowed fans, showing the game's hero, Link, riding off into the wilderness on a horse and then …
'The Legend of Zelda' Wii U version pushed out of 2015
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Legend of Zelda Wii U Delayed
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LA rapper Azad Right is hopeful and triumphant in his latest single, “If I Die.” The Middle Eastern MC and former feature on The Break rhymes about the hurdles he’s faced so far in pursuit of rap supremacy. With a feature from fellow California artist Harry Hudson, Right touches on everything from opening up for high-profile acts to meeting with rap legend Nas on the piano and symbol heavy beat.
Unlike many of his up and coming hip-hop peers, Right doesn’t boast about his success thus far. Instead, he stakes his claim as a leader and plans his triumphant trajectory in music.
“Tell Nas he should’ve signed me/ I don’t hold it against you, I blame the timing”
“If I Die” is Right’s latest release after his 2014 EP, fittingly titled For The Hopeful. Before this, Right dropped the IAMNOBODI-produced “When You Know” and had the opportunity to spread his sound most recently at Austin’s SXSW Festival. “If I Die” is set to be the upcoming single off his unnamed 2015 EP. Listen to Right’s uplifting offering above.
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Biz Break: Google to help make surgical robots, challenging Intuitive Surgical
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Today: Google strikes deal with Johnson & Johnson to make robots that can assist surgeons, launching a new challenge to Sunnyvale's Intuitive Surgical. Also: Intel, Altera soar after reports of merger. The Lead: Google to make surgical robots in deal with J&J.
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A Detroit mother is behind bars after the discovery of her two children were found in her deep freezer. An eviction order was sent to Michelle Angela Blair for unpaid rent, when authorities opened the deep freezer in her home, they discovered the body of 11-year-old Steven and 14-year-old Stony. Authorities are saying that the body of one of the children was in the freezer for two years. The other body was in the freezer for a year.
Neighbors claim that they have not seen the children for some time and wondered what happened to them. It’s unknown how the children were killed but close friends of the suspect say that she took her children out of school because she always feared that something would happen to them. According to sources, Blair told her neighbor, Tori Childs that she had to kill Stony and Steven after discovering that they were sexually abusing her youngest son.
Authorities say that the kids show signs of torture but cannot determine how the children died.
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