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Chinese makers lead smartphone growth

After slowly moving on from their disastrous Note 7, recent reports have pointed out to a Winnipeg man claiming to have been burned not by the Galaxy Note 7, but by a device that's been one of the most steady devices that Samsung has right now: the Galaxy S7 .

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South Korea rejects Google request to use mapping data

The Seoul government has said it may allow Google to use the government-supplied maps if it deletes or blurs sensitive and military facilities on the maps, including the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae. Government officials have said Google would win an export license if it used maps that have blurred out sensitive areas, even when accessed from overseas.

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'Made in America' iPhones on cards

The two firms produce more than 200 million iPhones for Apple each year. Apple and Foxconn have not responded to our requests for comment. In return, Foxconn complied but Pegatron rejected to make a plan saying that the cost of production would be too high.

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Bashar al-Assad says Trump a natural ally if he fights 'terror'

Assad said he was being extremely cautious about judging Trump's stance, particularly as "he hasn't occupied any political position before, ... we can not say anything about what he is going to do". "They think that they are the police of the world ". He said the opposition fighters were about 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from al-Bab. "What makes it complicated is the interference from the outside, especially the Western interference", he said, expressing hopes that new UN Secretary General ...

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In complete reversal, Obama refuses to criticize Trump

Obama acknowledged that many Americans have grown skeptical about the "complex argument" in support of immigration, when they see factories closing at home and jobs going offshore. He added , "It's important for me not to be bigfooting that conversation". "There was a lot of folks who missed the Trump phenomenon. that connection that he was able to make.

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Ashton Kutcher talks possible baby "Hawkeye" on 'Conan'

Unfortunately for Kutcher, the name "didn't fly" with his pregnant wife. Watch the whole clip above! And while they didn't choose Hawkeye, they do have a name picked out for their son. Celebrities seem to be able to get away with baby names that the rest of us could never imagine. The other day, Mila was like, 'So, you still like the name?' And I was like, 'Yeah.' And she was like, 'Why was it the high pitch yeah? Truck! Wall! Door!' [Mila was] like, 'Shut up!' Then I was like, 'I've got a ...