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Google's Mind-Reading 'Copyless Paste', Coming Soon To Your Android Phone

The idea is to recognize and cache specific types of information so that when you switch to a different app (Google Maps, for example), any useful text from a recently visited website will be there, ready to paste immediately. The feature is similar to Apple's keyboard suggestions, most commonly seen in address fields. It might sound creepy, but copyless paste isn't created to read your mind.

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Cricketer Zaheer Khan gets engaged to actress Sagarika Ghatke

After Yuvraj, now this time Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan is ready to hitched with Bollywood celebrity Sagarika Ghatge . Zaheer shared a picture with Sagarika and wrote, "Never laugh at your wife's choices". The Delhi Daredevils player took to his Twitter account to break the big news to his fans and the world. The 38-year old Khan officially announced retirement to global cricket in 2015 & in the past, he was linked with another Bollywood beauty Isha Sharvani , who made her Hindi debut ...

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Samsung To Recycle Galaxy Note 7 Units In An Eco-friendly Way

According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman - a reporter known for his accurate Apple reporting, the iPhone 8 might be coming a little later than September after all, and it's down to new, ambitious new design feature. In the meantime, Galaxy S8 owners will have a software update to keep an eye out for. Regarding the company's latest pair of flagships, while both feature a single-lens main camera setup, the Galaxy S8 boasts the Samsung-made SOCELL S5K2L2 sensor, while its larger ...

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Chobani yogurt sues radio host Alex Jones

Jones has enjoyed a surge in popularity in the past year, buoyed in part by his chummy relationship with President Donald Trump, who appears to have based some of his own conspiratorial views on Infowars stories. The company is seeking $10,000 in damages from InfoWars and while the conspiracy site hasn't responded to press requests, it did publish a "statement and clarification" from Jones saying that the lawsuit is "Soros backed", because of course.

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Google's New VR Camera Has 17 Lenses And Costs $17000

Announced at the NAB conference in Las Vegas, this new camera has been designed by Chinese Go Pro-competitor Yi Technologies. The company didn't disclose the battery capacity of its new offering, though it did reveal that the YI HALO can shoot for 100 minutes on a single charge and works with numerous power sources.

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Mortar falls on Israeli Golan Heights

The Israeli military, however, later denied the Syrian claims, asserting that all of its fighters had "safely returned to their bases". Last month, the Israeli army said in a statement its jets had struck positions inside Syrian territory.