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It was held up in part because he neglected to fully account for his contacts with foreign nationals. "With respect with the news of his clearance being restored, as we stated before, his application was properly submitted, reviewed by numerous career officials and went through the normal process", Lowell said .
  • United States companies suffer amid punitive ban against ZTE

    United States companies suffer amid punitive ban against ZTE

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    Government when they were originally caught and put on the Entity List, made false statements during the reprieve it was given, and made false statements again during its probation", said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. ZTE, the other Chinese company being probed by U.S. authorities, had said that the investigation could threaten its survival in the US. Throw in the fact that ZTE continued to obstruct investigations during the probationary period, and it should come as no surprise that the ...
  • From Self-Destructing Emails to Snooze Mode: Gmail's New Features

    From Self-Destructing Emails to Snooze Mode: Gmail's New Features

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    Meanwhile, Gmail on desktop is getting a nifty feature that was previously only available on your phone: Smart Replies . The new Gmail is available today for all personal Gmail users and G Suite early adopter program (EAP) customers, but all are meant to boost team productivity, according to David Thacker, VP Product Management for G Suite.
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Will Have Battle Royale Mode

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Will Have Battle Royale Mode

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    A spokesperson for Activision has responded to the rumor by saying "We don't comment on rumor and speculation". But Polygon's source , "described an emphasis on cooperative modes as a potential stand-in for the typical single-player campaign experience".
  • Mo Farah smashes British record in London Marathon

    Mo Farah smashes British record in London Marathon

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    Just over two hours later, it was the majestic Eliud Kipchoge who strode under the Finish Line first to become only the third triple London men's champion and cement his status as king of the roads. Cheruiyot, 34, took advantage of failed attempts to break Paula Radcliffe's 15-year-old world record by last year's victor Keitany and runner-up Tirunesh Dibaba.
  • Fortnite Battle Royale Estimated To Have Made $25 Million On iOS

    Fortnite Battle Royale Estimated To Have Made $25 Million On iOS

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    If everything goes well, Battlefield 5 could also be getting the Battle Royale mode as a free update post launch. In fact Sensor Tower estimates that Fortnite Battle Royale could very well be on its way to earn as much as $500 million this year, which combines both iOS and Android earnings.
  • ZTE says assessing implications of United States decision

    ZTE says assessing implications of United States decision

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    But instead of punishing those involved, "ZTE paid full bonuses to employees that had engaged in illegal conduct, and failed to issue letters of reprimand", the Commerce Department said in a statement . "ZTE misled the Department of Commerce", Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross in a press release. ZTE uses a number of USA suppliers, including Intel , Microsoft, Micron Technology and Qualcomm .
  • Nafta agreement could come in weeks, say Pence and Trudeau

    Nafta agreement could come in weeks, say Pence and Trudeau

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    US Vice President Mike Pence has offered justification for the US-led military strike on chemical weapons facilities in Syria . Pence, however, justified the attack by merely stating that the USA did not act alone, claiming that other leaders at the Latin American summit had both publicly and privately expressed support for the Syria bombardment.
  • Popular messaging app Telegram has been banned in Russian Federation

    Popular messaging app Telegram has been banned in Russian Federation

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    Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said last week that a block on Telegram would be very regrettable, but that Kremlin officials who use the app would find alternatives if the service was banned . Telegram was still available late Friday afternoon in Russian Federation, several hours after the court ruling. At the end of March 2018, Telegram announced a record 200 mln active users for the preceding month.
  • Google Testing Self Destructing Email For Gmail

    Google Testing Self Destructing Email For Gmail

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    But while the leaked screenshots showed numerous big changes in Gmail , info about a new feature that lets users send self-destructing emails is only starting to trickle out now. It further states that the recipient won't be able to forward, download or copy the email's contents, and attachments will be disabled. That means the email will be deleted from recipient's account automatically.
  • PlayStation 5 would be released no sooner than 2020

    PlayStation 5 would be released no sooner than 2020

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    Of course, these plans could always change. Two unnamed developers that Schreier spoke with claimed that they had knowledge of Sony's newest system, with both of them claiming the system wouldn't be out until 2019 at the very earliest. At some point, Sony's probably looked at every possible date. Kotaku is reporting that the PlayStation 5 will not be released in 2018 as some rumors have suggested.
  • Apple Ordered to Pay VirnetX $502.6 Million USD in Patent Dispute

    Apple Ordered to Pay VirnetX $502.6 Million USD in Patent Dispute

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    The case began way back in 2012 with four of VirnetX's patents (1, 2, 3, 4), which had originated at a company called Science Applications International Corporation, or SAIC. But if that ruling stands, the newest victory will be short-lived. In 2017 however, Apple filed an appeal against the US district court verdict, though it lost the case.
  • Havoc in Kulgam, four civilians killed, 70 injured, militants slip forces

    Havoc in Kulgam, four civilians killed, 70 injured, militants slip forces

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    Clashes also erupted on Wednesday between students and security personnel in north Kashmir's Sopore town as news about the deaths of civilians in Kulgam spread. Reports claim the civilian killings were caused after the local populace hindered in the operation of security forces. The casualties were reported amid an ongoing gunbattle with the holed up militants.
  • Facebook suspends firm AggregateIQ over data scandal

    Facebook suspends firm AggregateIQ over data scandal

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    The Cambridge Analytica scandal is making people hyper-aware of how much their private information is available not just to Facebook , but to anyone savvy enough to get it. Facebook has been facing significant user backlash over the last few months mostly due to the Cambridge Analytica fiasco that saw data on millions of Facebook users stolen.
  • Deposed South Korean President who bought Viagra in Nairobi jailed

    Deposed South Korean President who bought Viagra in Nairobi jailed

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    Park was also ordered to pay a fine of 18 billion won ($17 million). This case was the rarest in the history of South Korea where the court chose to broadcast the trial live. April 6: The court sentences Park to 24 years in prison. She exploited her position not just for financial gain, but also to build the equestrian career of her daughter, who was admitted to Ewha and selected to represent South Korea in the 2014 Asian Games.
  • New York police shoot dead black man holding pipe

    New York police shoot dead black man holding pipe

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    On Wednesday, police shot and killed the black man, identified as Saheed Vassell , in Brooklyn after he pointed what officers believed was a gun at them, authorities said. "He never had a problem with anyone". None of the officers involved were wearing body cameras, a police spokesman told reporters. He has no issue with violence.