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Completing a successful IPO relies on an army of traditional Wall Street bankers and intermediaries to set share prices, help with adhering to regulations, and generally make the sale happen. It will not have some of the safeguards traditionally provided by investment banks, which try to prevent new stock from following below a certain price.
  • Apple's March 27 event in Chicago takes place at school

    Apple's March 27 event in Chicago takes place at school

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    There could also be new educational features that are going to arrive with iOS 11.3. It's an unusual locale for Apple as the company typically hosts media events closer to home in California. New iPads have been rumored for later this year as well, but it's unlikely that an education-focused iPad would include the new and expensive FaceID camera.
  • Samsung now offers same-day repairs on Galaxy phones

    Samsung now offers same-day repairs on Galaxy phones

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    In an ad theme called 'What's Next?', the 36-year old Man United striker will test Samsung's products "in completely new ways". It also gives Samsung phone owners an Apple Care-like presence around the country, where users can get their devices services without having to send them off or trust an unauthorised third-party to carry out the work.
  • Dolphins plan to move on from Ndamukong Suh

    Dolphins plan to move on from Ndamukong Suh

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    The Dolphins have already agreed to trade receiver Jarvis Landry to the Browns and appear to be gutting the roster to improve team culture . In addition to now knowing that Steelers will release cornerback William Gay , the team's second of two fifth-round draft picks in 2007, it's now being reported that the Miami Dolphins have released linebacker Lawrence Timmons , Pittsburgh's first-round draft pick in 2007.
  • PS4's 5.50 Update Out Now With New PSVR Icons

    PS4's 5.50 Update Out Now With New PSVR Icons

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    For International Women's Day, Sony has released a new static PS4 theme to commemorate the day, and in particular features numerous most iconic female heroines and characters that PlayStation gamers everywhere can identify. Games and apps installed on this PS4 go under the first, while only the games you own through Plus go under the second. This tab will show you only the games from the free giveaway that takes place every month.
  • Heads Up: China's Tiangong-1 Space Station Is Crashing to Earth

    Heads Up: China's Tiangong-1 Space Station Is Crashing to Earth

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    Tiangong-1 is due to reenter some time between March 29 and April 9, ESA reports . Four years later, scientists in Beijing revealed they would not be able to perform a re-entry after losing control of the space station. Tiangong-1's reentry would've been controlled by firing its engines to slow it down enough so that it would fall toward Earth. The science of where the station will hit is notoriously inexact because small changes in "space weather" - the effect on the Earth's atmosphere ...
  • Florida Senate approves gun law reforms

    Florida Senate approves gun law reforms

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    His proposal includes requiring at least one armed school resource officer for every 1,000 students; instituting measures to keep weapons out of the hands of the violent or mentally ill; and expanding mental health services statewide. In addition to the gun restrictions and arming some school personnel, it would create new mental health programs for schools, improve communication between schools, law enforcement and state agencies, create a task force to look at mistakes made during mass ...
  • Apple's High-End Over-Ear Headphones Have Faced Development Challenges

    Apple's High-End Over-Ear Headphones Have Faced Development Challenges

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    Apple intends to launch the new headphones in time for the lucrative holiday shopping season although development challenges could toss a wrench into those plans. This is normal Apple behavior, so it's not really surprising to hear they'll be expensive. Apple purchased Beats for $3 billion in 2014 , and Beats has been Apple's main headphone brand until the introduction of AirPods.
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ bags the top spot on DxOMark

    Samsung Galaxy S9+ bags the top spot on DxOMark

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    For as long as I can remember, each Samsung phone's release has been accompanied by a DisplayMate test proclaiming this new Samsung phone's screen to be the absolute best. The phone has previous received many leaks. Also noteworthy is the ability of the S9+ to handle low-light conditions, thanks to its new variable aperture, which allows the lens to adjust to let in more or less light depending on the conditions.
  • A Hidden 1.5 Million Penguins 'Supercolony' Has Been Discovered From Space

    A Hidden 1.5 Million Penguins 'Supercolony' Has Been Discovered From Space

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    The islands are incredibly remote and surrounded by thick sea ice, which means they've been remained hidden from the world and somewhat protected from the effects of climate change and human activity. "Now that we know this tiny island group is so important, it can be considered for further protection", she explained. In the research paper, the scientists recommend that the islands be classified as a "penguin hotspot of significant conservation value", and that the area be given refuge ...
  • Nokia 7 Plus launches at MWC 2018

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    Apps run on a smart feature OS based on KaiOS, which apparently contains elements of Mozilla's abandoned Firefox OS . Around the back is a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash, and inside is 4GB of storage and 512MB of RAM . The phone itself is 2 mm thick and has a 5.5-inch display. While the phone does come with extra features like wireless charging and an IP67 water resistance rating, Nokia did leave out a few things that some users might not like.
  • TCL's Alcatel 1X is the first Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphone

    TCL's Alcatel 1X is the first Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphone

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    Some of the other specifications mentioned are 13MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, 5MP front camera with f/2.4 aperture, 3000mAh battery, dual-SIM support and fingerprint sensor at the back. Puzzling is the fact that only the 3 and 3V are running Android Oreo. The new tablets, dubbed the Alcatel 1T 10 and Alcatel 1T 7 , run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and come with a proprietary Kids mode.
  • Is Snapchat worth it, asks L'Oréal, after Kylie Jenner snub

    Is Snapchat worth it, asks L'Oréal, after Kylie Jenner snub

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    Meanwhile, a petition on Change.org calling on Snapchat to abort the redesign has gathered more than 1.2 million signatures, signalling that folks are not quite ready to jump ship just yet. The company's market value took a $1.3 billion hit and at it's lowest, got dangerously close to its IPO price. Of course, not every investor lost out on Jenner's tweet.
  • Celtic lacked real courage, says Rodgers

    Celtic lacked real courage, says Rodgers

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    Branislav Ivanović had a goal and an assist to help Zenit Saint Petersburg beat Celtic, while RB Leipzig beat Napoli on aggregate despite losing their second-leg match. "There's still an terrible lot of work for us to do, but taking a step back, there have been a lot of positives for us in both European competitions".
  • MWC 2018: Google to launch phones worth INR 3000

    MWC 2018: Google to launch phones worth INR 3000

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    This will allow features to use Lens features after a photo has been taken, the live functionality inside Google Assistant will be coming to some upcoming devices from Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Sony, and HMD/Nokia . Apart from that, Google already started making their Android One platform and also the company is keen to have some new partners. The Android app store will soon be filled with augmented reality apps to rival those available for iOS , according to a Friday blog ...
  • Final Fantasy XV PC demo next week

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    Players who preorder or purchase Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition before May 1 will be able to claim a Gordon Freeman character skin and crowbar as an early-purchase bonus. This is a bonus that definitely falls on their weird side of the line. I hope you like really high res steak, because if you want those juicy 4K Final Fantasy 15 assets you're going to need a lot of space.
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs Leaked; To be Powered by Snapdragon 855 Chipset

    Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs Leaked; To be Powered by Snapdragon 855 Chipset

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    There is photo tagging available as well, which no doubt will be closely integrated with the social network for easy sharing right from the camera app, or whatever. What Elephone is offering here is a forward-thinking idea that Google will probably implement at some point. The S9 (smaller) will come with 4GB of RAM while the S9+ will have 6GB.
  • Google Launches Light Gmail Go App

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    Google recently announced Android Oreo Go Edition , a light version of its operating system which can run smoothly on low-end phones with less than 1 GB of RAM (note that it is different from Android One which is just a stock version of Android supported directly by Google).
  • SpaceX stream: Can you still watch the Tesla Roadster and Starman?

    SpaceX stream: Can you still watch the Tesla Roadster and Starman?

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    The ship appears to be named in honor of the fictional spaceship "Experiencing A Significant Gravitas Shortfall" in the science fiction books "Look to Windward" and "Matter" by the late author Iain M. The rocket leapt off Pad 39A at 3:45pm. Elon Musk's personal Tesla might have gotten all the headlines during SpaceX's historic rocket launch last week, but the Falcon Heavy also carried a second, secret payload nearly nobody knew about.
  • Tiny 3D Glasses On Mantis Reveal New Form of Stereo Vision

    Tiny 3D Glasses On Mantis Reveal New Form of Stereo Vision

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    While bees and ants and flies are all able to see a wide angle on the world thanks to their compound eyes, they're unable to see in 3D, which means that they have no depth perception. It is possible that 3D vision in mantises is closer to that of vertebrates, where disparities between the positions of an object's image in the two eyes can be detected and used to reveal the object's position, even when the object is camouflaged and is invisible in either eye individually.