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report suggests the galaxy s8 and s8 plus will have bigger batteries than the s7


samsung sdi will provide the batteries for the galaxy s8 and a new report suggests they will have larger capacities than the s7 batteries.the galaxy s8 will have a 3,250mah battery and the galaxy s8 plus a 3,750mah one according to the report. that’s up from s7’s 3,000mah and s7 edge’s 3,600mah battery.those batteries will have to feed larger screens - 5.8” and 6.2” according to the latest info - though the snapdragon 835 is reportedly more battery efficient than the 820 chipset it replaces. the rumor mill expects the galaxy s8 duo to go on sale on april 21 for €800 and €900 respectively.(source taken down) | via






new evidence suggests trump associates may have coordinated with russians agains


facebook, u.s. newsnew evidence suggests trump associates may have coordinated with russians against clinton campaign: cnnelizabeth preza22 mar 2017 at 20:15 etu.s. officials have information that suggests associates of donald trump’s presidential campaign communicated with russian operatives in a coordinated effort to release damning info on hillary clinton, cnn reports.the fbi is currently reviewing the information, which was partially referenced by fbi director james comey on monday, when he testified before congress that the bureau is investigating “a credible allegation of wrongdoing or reasonable basis to believe an american may be acting as an agent of a foreign power.”according to a source, “people connected to the campaign were in contact and it appeared they were giving the thumb






dji suggests tagging drones with an invisible license plate


why it matters to you drone safety has long been a hot topic but dji's approach suggests offering a way for authorities to identify a drone's owner without giving pilot data out to a disgruntled neighbor.drones could someday have a sort of invisible license plate that allows local authorities to determine who the unmanned aerial system (uas) belongs too. pitched by chinese drone manufacturer dji, the concept for an electronic identification system for small drones is just one of many ideas as the federal aviation administration looks into potential ways of identifying drone users.dji suggests drones should use the radio equipment already on board most systems to transmit a unique registration number. that number would identify the drone owner to law enforcement in the event of a complaint






report: galaxy s8's facial recognition tech will be used for mobile payments


last week, there were reports that the upcoming samsung galaxy s8 will feature facial recognition technology, which will be used to unlock the phone. now, a new report is suggesting that the tech will be used for mobile payments as well.artistic render of the samsung galaxy s8specifically, the report suggests that the handset will use fingerprint, iris as well as facial detection for user verification when they try accessing services like samsung pay, making the s8 first galaxy smartphone of its kind.the company is "already working with banks to help them embrace facial recognition systems in coming months," the report said.via






midwest economic survey suggests more improvement in january


omaha, neb. — results from a monthly survey of business supply managers suggest economic conditions continue to improve in nine midwest and plains states.the mid-america business conditions index report released wednesday says the overall economic index for the region rose to 54.7 in january from 53.1 in december. it's the highest figure since february 2015 and the third monthly increase in a row.creighton university economist ernie goss oversees the survey, and he says the increases point to an improving regional manufacturing economy.the survey results are compiled into a collection of indexes ranging from zero to 100. survey organizers say any score above 50 suggests growth in that factor. a score below that suggests decline.the survey covers arkansas, iowa, kansas, minnesota, missouri,






midwest survey suggests manufacturing boosting economy


omaha, neb. — results from a monthly survey of business supply managers suggest manufacturing is boosting economic conditions in nine midwest and plains states.the mid-america business conditions index report released wednesday says the overall economic index for the region rose to 60.5 in february from 54.7 in january. it's the highest figure since april 2014 and the fourth monthly increase in a row.creighton university economist ernie goss oversees the survey, and he says the increases point to the improving regional manufacturing economy.the survey results are compiled into a collection of indexes ranging from zero to 100. survey organizers say any score above 50 suggests growth in that factor. a score below that suggests decline.the survey covers arkansas, iowa, kansas, minnesota, miss






research suggests transatlantic turbulence could get worse - cbs this morning


an aeroflot plane bound for bangkok encountered severe turbulence monday that left 27 of its passengers injured, some with broken bones.the airline confirmed the incident was the result of clear-air turbulence, the most difficult type to detect. new research suggests transatlantic turbulence could become up to three times worse in the coming decades.for nervous fliers, nothing about this research is reassuring. clear-air turbulence strikes without warning and, because of climate change, is only going to get worse, reports cbs news correspondent mark strassmann. for the full report watch "cbs this morning" around 7:41 a.m. 






football clubs 'run out of excuses' on disability


at least three clubs are at risk of missing a self-imposed deadline to improve access for disabled fans, the premier league has said.a report suggests bournemouth, chelsea and watford may not fulfil a pledge to meet standards by august 2017.it stressed clubs have been "working hard on delivery" since a 2014 report found that 17 of 20 clubs did not provide enough wheelchair spaces.






new report suggests why polls ahead of election predicted wrong outcome


washington — voters in key swing states who settled on a candidate just before election day, along with polls that surveyed too few voters without a college degree, were among the culprits behind overconfidence that hillary clinton was sure to beat donald trump in the race for the white house, a new report suggests.the analysis of 2016's pre-election polls, released thursday by the american association for public opinion research, found evidence that trump voters were more likely than clinton voters to reveal their preference to pollsters only after the election. but it found little evidence that that's because they were reluctant to reveal their decision to pollsters at all.the report's authors include widely respected survey researchers from a variety of backgrounds.they note that state






football stadiums disabled access: deadline approaches


at least three clubs are at risk of missing a self-imposed deadline to improve access for disabled fans, the premier league has said.a report suggests bournemouth, chelsea and watford may not fulfil a pledge to meet standards by august 2017.it stressed clubs have been "working hard on delivery" since a 2014 report found that 17 of 20 clubs did not provide enough wheelchair spaces.






midwest survey suggests manufacturing boosting economy


omaha, neb. (ap) — results from a monthly survey of business supply managers suggest that manufacturing is boosting economic conditions in nine midwest and plains states, according to a report issued wednesday.the mid-america business conditions index report said the overall economic index for the region rose to 60.5 in february from 54.7 in january. it’s the highest figure since april 2014.“this is the fourth consecutive month the index has increased and points to an improving regional manufacturing economy,” said creighton university economist ernie goss, who oversees the survey. “i expect this to generate even healthier growth for both manufacturing and nonmanufacturing through the third quarter of this year.”the survey results are compiled into a collection of indexes ranging from zero






spuds on mars: potatoes can sprout in red planet environment, study suggests


potatoes may be able to feed real-life red planet explorers, just as they sustained fictional astronaut mark watney in the book and movie "the martian," an ongoing experiment suggests.






new evidence suggests trump associates may have coordinated with russians agains


u.s. officials have information that suggests associates of donald trump’s presidential campaign communicated with russian operatives in a coordinated effort to release damning info on hillary clinton, cnn reports.the fbi is currently reviewing the information, which was partially referenced by fbi director james comey on monday, when he testified before congress that the bureau is investigating “a credible allegation of wrongdoing or reasonable basis to believe an american may be acting as an agent of a foreign power.”according to a source, “people connected to the campaign were in contact and it appeared they were giving the thumbs up to release information when it was ready,”sources cautioned that the fbi cannot yet prove collusion took place.read the full report at cnn.






online trust alliance recommends a shared model to limit iot risk


no one individual company or government entity alone will be able to secure the potential security threats that internet of things (iot) connected devices represent, according to the online trust alliance (ota). rather, the ota suggests in a new report that iot security is a collaborative and shared responsibility. the ota report draws a comparison with global warming and connected device security. with global warming, no one individual or government alone can act to improve the entire situation, rather there is a need for shared responsibility and collaboration across multiple stakeholders around the world. with the global warming crisis, there is a growing trend around the world for different types of 'carbon taxes' as a way to offset the costs of helping to improve the environment. howe






'long shadow' of financial crisis hits incomes


image copyrightpatypical household incomes in the uk will not grow for the next two years due to the "long shadow" of the financial crisis, a report suggests.in five years' time, median income will be 4% higher than it is now, the institute for fiscal studies predicts.the recession and tepid recovery mean that from the start of the crisis to 2021, households will suffer the worst income squeeze for 60 years, it says.they will be £5,000 a year worse off than they might have expected.the ifs has produced a report on living standards for the joseph rowntree foundation, which campaigns to reduce poverty.it suggests, based on official forecasts produced for the government by the office for budget responsibility, that long-term income growth is a relatively slow 2% a year."if the obr's forecast






'long shadow' of financial crisis hits incomes


image copyrightpatypical household incomes in the uk will not grow for the next two years due to the "long shadow" of the financial crisis, a report suggests.in five years' time, median income will be 4% higher than it is now, the institute for fiscal studies predicts.the recession and tepid recovery mean that from the start of the crisis to 2021, households will suffer the worst income squeeze for 60 years, it says.they will be £5,000 a year worse off than they might have expected.the ifs has produced a report on living standards for the joseph rowntree foundation, which campaigns to reduce poverty.it suggests, based on official forecasts produced for the government by the office for budget responsibility, that long-term income growth is a relatively slow 2% a year."if the obr's forecast






why does the power of the flu shot change each year?


image: gettyit’s still flu season, but a preliminary report by the us centers for disease control suggests this year’s flu shot is nearly 50 percent effective at reducing a person’s chance of getting sick. this is actually pretty good considering that, just two years ago, the flu shot’s effectiveness was down at a paltry 19 percent. here’s why the flu shot varies so widely from year to year—and why you should get a shot this year if you haven’t already.advertisementthe cdc doesn’t know the exact rate at which the flu vaccine confers immunity in a given year, but by counting the number of vaccinated people who come in for a doctors visit, it can approximate the performance of the shot. for the 2016-2017 flu season, the cdc estimates the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine at 48 percent,






cats actually like being with you: study


“cats have a scam going,” comedian eddie izzard once theorized. “you buy the food, they eat the food, they go away. that’s the deal.” but while cats may come across as surly, opportunistic and aloof, a study suggests they may be far more fond of humans than their reputation suggests. scientists from oregon state university set…






are video games keeping you unemployed?


photo by aminaresheidat.video games keep getting more complex and visually appealing, so it’s no wonder more people are drawn to them nowadays. but this new era of compelling digital entertainment could have a dark side for unemployed young men.it might sound like something an old man shouts from his rocking chair, but kids these days appear to be more interested in escapism than diving into the job market. a preliminary report from economists at princeton, the university of rochester and the university of chicago, suggests a strong link between electronic leisure activities and unemployment rates for men in their 20s.many of us at lifehacker are big fans of video games. our esteemed editor-in-chief, however, is…read more read more according to their data, the employment rate for young men






are video games keeping you unemployed?


photo by anton porsche.video games keep getting more complex and visually appealing, so it’s no wonder more people are drawn to them nowadays. but this new era of compelling digital entertainment could have a dark side for unemployed young men.it might sound like something an old man shouts from his rocking chair, but kids these days appear to be more interested in escapism than diving into the job market. a preliminary report from economists at princeton, the university of rochester and the university of chicago, suggests a strong link between electronic leisure activities and unemployment rates for men in their 20s.many of us at lifehacker are big fans of video games. our esteemed editor-in-chief, however, is…read more read more according to their data, the employment rate for young men






villagers in medieval england mutilated the dead to prevent them from ‘menacing


a new archaeological report suggests that medieval england was so frightened of the dead, they burnt their bones and decapitated their heads to ensure they remained that way.recent analysis of 137 medieval human bones found at wharram percy, a deserted village in rural yorkshire, has shed light on what seems to be a folklore-driven habit of digging up and mutilating the dead.“researchers believe this was carried out by villagers who believed that it would stop the corpses arising from their graves and menacing the living,” according to historic england, a government-funded preservation agency.evidence suggests that the bones of the dead — consisting of at least 10 corpses — were dug up shortly after burial then burnt, dismembered and in some cases, decapitated.while researchers considered






kent grammar schools: odds 'loaded against poor pupils'


image copyrightistockimage caption the kent entrance system is like playing with loaded dice, say the report authors the odds are loaded against children from disadvantaged backgrounds who apply for grammar schools in kent, suggests a study.entrance tests for the county's grammars "understate the true academic abilities" of poorer children, says the education datalab report. the "heavily" selective county will be a useful case study if grammars are rolled out nationally, says the study. kent county council said it was working to boost social mobility in grammars. ministers have announced plans for a new generation of grammar schools in england by 2020."we want to see more children from disadvantaged families get into grammars," said education secretary justine greening in a speech last mon






kent grammar schools: odds 'loaded against poor pupils'


image copyrightistockimage caption the kent entrance system is like playing with loaded dice, say the report authors the odds are loaded against children from disadvantaged backgrounds who apply for grammar schools in kent, suggests a study.entrance tests for the county's grammars "understate the true academic abilities" of poorer children, says the education datalab report. the "heavily" selective county will be a useful case study if grammars are rolled out nationally, says the study. kent county council said it was working to boost social mobility in grammars. ministers have announced plans for a new generation of grammar schools in england by 2020."we want to see more children from disadvantaged families get into grammars," said education secretary justine greening in a speech last mon






dji welcomes faa report noting that drones are safer than thought


why it matters to you if your instinct is to run away when you see a drone headed toward you, a new faa report suggests that you may not need to react that way.much to drone company dji’s delight, a new faa-commissioned report assures us that we have nothing to fear when it comes to drones. the new findings come from the alliance for safety system of uas through research excellence, or assure, which concludes that “small unmanned aircraft systems (uas) are far more safe to operate around people than earlier models had assumed.” so while that doesn’t necessarily mean you should be flying your quadcopters into your friends’ faces, you don’t have to ensure that they’re behind plexiglass when you’re taking your drone out for a spin.as per the assure report, which was prepared on behalf of the 






online trust alliance recommends shared responsibility to limit iot risk


no one individual company or government entity alone will be able to secure the potential security threats that internet of things (iot) connected devices represent, according to the online trust alliance (ota). rather the ota suggests in a new report that iot security is a collaborative and shared responsibility. the ota report draws a comparison with global warming and connected device security. with global warming, no one individual or government alone can act to improve the entire situation, rather there is a need for shared responsibility and collaboration across multiple stakeholders around the world. with the global warming crisis, there is a growing trend around the world for different types of 'carbon taxes' as a way to offset the costs of helping to improve the environment. howev






refugee claims in canada could jump as europe tightens borders: cbsa report


toronto — refugee claimants could increasingly migrate to canada as a result of hardening immigration policies in the european union, according to a declassified intelligence report obtained by the national post.canada could become a “preferred destination over the eu” for those seeking refugee status, as anti-immigration sentiment rises in europe and the continent tightens its borders, the canada border services agency (cbsa) report said.the report — dated october 2015 but only recently released under the access to information act — did not anticipate a large influx from europe, citing the high cost of reaching canada as well as safe third country policies.the sharp increase in refugee claims canada is currently experiencing has been attributed partly to u.s. president donald trump’s elec






trump is making americans worry more


as donald trump’s presidency entered its 42nd day thursday, a new report suggests that his time in the white house is negatively affecting the emotional health of americans. a gallup poll, which interviewed 50,600 u.s. adults from oct. 1, 2016 to feb. 16, 2017, found that the number of those experiencing stress and worry on any…






teacher-shortage crisis? uw researcher says it’s not that simple, and offers som


a new report from the brookings institution encourages states and school districts to use more targeted solutions to address persistent teacher shortages in high-needs subjects and hard-to-staff schools.judging by the headlines, public schools in the u.s. are in crisis mode, struggling with the first major teacher shortage since the 1990s.the new york times, the washington post, national public radio and, yes, the seattle times have all contributed to a growing perception that there just aren’t enough teachers to do the job. and since 2011, mentions of the phrase “teacher shortage” in u.s. news coverage spiked more than 1,300 percent to nearly 4,000 times last year, according to a new report by dan goldhaber, director of the center for education data and research at the university of washi






germ in raw milk, poultry now tops food poisoning list


new york — the u.s. government's latest report card on food poisoning suggests that a germ commonly linked to raw milk and poultry is surpassing salmonella at the top of the culprit list.thursday's report counts cases in only 10 states for nine of the most common causes of foodborne illness, but is believed to be a good indicator of national food poisoning trends.the most common bug last year was campylobacter (kam-pih-loh-bak'-tur). it's mostly a problem in unpasteurized dairy products, but also is seen in contaminated chicken, water, and produce. salmonella was no. 1 for the last 20 years but last year moved down to no. 2. other causes like listeria, shigella (shih-gehl'-uh) and e. coli trail behind.






four employees at montreal’s trudeau airport have shown signs of radicalization:


four employees at montreal’s trudeau international airport had their access levels scaled back for precautionary reasons as officials looked into the possibility they had been radicalized, according to a report by the journal de montréal. aéroports de montréal, the company that manages the airport, could not be reached for comment on tuesday. the journal de montréal reports that of the four employees, at least two who still work at the airport have shown signs of radicalization that police investigators consider worrisome. some visited pro-isil websites, published propaganda on social media and consulted an abnormal number of documents explaining how to make homemade explosives, the journal says.one employee, who had access to the airport’s runways and airplanes, made comments about the no






lg g6 smartphone, rumors, specs, release date


why it matters to you success is vital for lg's next flagship phone, the g6, after the g5's modular gamble failed to win over smartphone users.lg bet it all on mods with the g5, but its “friends” ecosystem hasn’t been a winner, and the company has not released additional modules to help build the range and entice usage. rumors that the modular system will be dropped are already spreading. as a result, lg will really have to blow the competition out of the water with its next flagship phone, which we expect will be called the g6.here’s everything we think we know about the lg g6.more: lg g5 reviewmst paymentsif there’s one feature samsung has a leg up on compared to google, lg, apple, and other smartphone competitors, it’s samsung pay. where other mobile payment solutions use nfc, or near






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internal trump white house data directly undermines reasoning behind ‘travel ban


pres. donald trump’s new travel ban — which was halted by a hawaii federal court before it could even go into effect — flies directly in the face of the data provided to trump and his aides, said the washington post on thursday. at least two of the reports that white house officials used to write what has been dubbed “travel ban 2.0,” the post said, “appear to undercut the government’s argument for a travel ban that it had hoped would take effect thursday, according to several officials familiar with the documents.”one report — titled “most foreign-born us-based violent extremists radicalized after entering homeland” — examined “90 cases of suspected or confirmed foreign-born terrorists, finding that most of them likely embraced extremist ideology after they arrived in the united states, n






details about a “mini” lg g6 stir some rumors


a report from technobuffalo discusses some details about an unannounced, unheard of device that lg had been working on, one that would look like the company’s flagship g6 device. the document obtained by technobuffalo suggests that lg will be selling a miniature version of the lg g6.since the lg g4, there has been some kind of “mini” version of every flagship before the g6; the g4c and the g5 mini. the report mentions the device will look like the g6 and feature the same 18:9 aspect ratio display, but with a smaller 5.4-inch panel.what isn’t clear is if this version of the g6 will carry over the same internals or if specs will be watered down, as “miniature” models usually tend to. what’s also not clear is where this device would become available. it’s likely that lg would save this sort o






u.s. businesses added solid 177,000 jobs in april


washington — u.s. businesses added 177,000 jobs last month, a private survey found, a solid gain that suggests the economy is still expanding despite recent signs of slower growth.april’s hiring is down from a revised 255,000 in the previous month, adp said wednesday . the figure is the lowest in six months and comes after three strong gains in adp’s data.yet the adp figure covers only businesses and doesn’t include government payrolls. it often diverges from official data. last month, the government said employers added only 98,000 jobs, far below the robust hiring in adp’s report.the report comes after other recent signs the economy has slowed. growth was just 0.7 percent at an annual rate in the first quarter, and auto sales slumped last month.most of the hiring was in services business






new germ tops food poisoning list


new york -- the u.s. government’s latest report card on food poisoning suggests that a germ commonly linked to raw milk and poultry is surpassing salmonella at the top of the culprit list.the report counts cases in only 10 states for nine of the most common causes of foodborne illness, but is believed to be a good indicator of national food poisoning trends.highlights from thursday’s report from the centers for disease control and prevention:what’s making us sick?the most common bug last year was campylobacter. it’s mostly a problem in unpasteurized dairy products, but also is seen in contaminated chicken, water, and produce. salmonella was no. 1 for the last 20 years but last year moved down to no. 2. other causes like listeria, shigella and e. coli trail behind.is food poisoning getting






most canadians favour values test for immigrants, while 23 per cent think muslim


three canadians out of four believe immigrants to this country should be tested for “anti-canadian” values, a survey conducted for radio-canada suggests.the findings of the survey, carried by the crop polling for the french-language service of the cbc, indicate that despite criticism from the media and within political circles, the controversial position taken by conservative leadership candidate kellie leitch that immigrants be tested for an appreciation of “canadian” values has traction with 74 per cent of canadians. inside quebec, support for testing immigrants stood at 75 per cent.the poll also suggests that 60 per cent of canadians — and 67 per cent of those polled in quebec — believe immigrants should put aside their own cultures and adopt that of canada once they settle here.the onl






chile wildfires: how a mother saved her daughters


a family survived against the odds when wildfire swept across their property in hualqui, a city in biobio region.chile has been battling its worst wildfire crisis in modern history.