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Early this morning, Iran shot at $ 220 million unmanned vehicle between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. These plans generally have no offensive capability, but they provide US forces with detailed images of potential targets. The attack is almost sure to raise tensions and we do not know yet how the plane was equipped. "There could always be a super-secret spy on board we do not know about," WIRED told a fellow of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Do you have a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display sold between September 2015 and February 2017? Good news: Apple is replacing batteries for free on eligible laptops! Bad news: it's because of the batteries "can overheat and pose a fire safety risk."This is not exactly the first reminder of the" best professional notebook in the world "that you've had, but that's the first time we hear about these laptops likely to catch fire.
We were told "cut the cord" would be great. But for that, we had to subscribe to several streaming services, all at various costs. Now, the subscriber model arrives for the players. While Microsoft and Sony have been providing services to subscribers to the gaming community for over a decade, other platforms get into the action. What really complicates gaming services is the range of offers within each offer. Players will face more choices than most of their games and will have to spend as much time choosing the right service as they will use.
WIRED recommends: 8 cup coffee maker Brim
You want a barista style beer, but you do not want to leave the house? For $ 180 you can! This machine does a great job preparing an extremely fine coffee that lets you choose the right time and temperature to get Joe's perfect cup. But our reviewer said that it did not work well with less than half a pot. This could be better for large households (or true coffee addicts).
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Avengers: EndGame is re-published with some "surprises".
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