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It may be that we are starting to see the outlines of a future consolidated solid state storage and memory industry with Samsung and possibly Western Digital becoming dominant players. Things are starting to get interesting!
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On the eve of becoming the 45th President of the United States/ most powerful person on the planet, Donald Trump kept complaining about the press, and reliving Election Night. "I made a speech tonight at the Lincoln Memorial, in front of all of those people, and all of those live television cameras I can't stand them," Trump said tonight at an inaugural dinner with campaign donors. "But, actually a couple of them are starting to get honest," he said. "I thought it was a...
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Donald Trump’s inauguration is shaping up to be a contentious one. Just look at the countless articles about all the A-list celebrities and congressional Democrats skipping the event. Even the Springsteen cover band originally scheduled to play has bowed out , fearful of becoming as anathema in New Jersey as the state’s governor. But to me, a historian of presidential campaigns, it’s just another in a long line of messy, chaotic American inaugural circuses—and not a particularly noteworthy one at that. After all, will Trump allow himself to be lassoed by a rope-trick cowboy named Monte Montana, as Dwight Eisenhower did at his 1953 inauguration parade? Almost certainly not. Will the Army have to use flamethrowers to clear 8 inches of snow off Pennsylvania Avenue, as they did before JFK’s 1961 inauguration, leaving people to complain about scorch marks? No— according to a Trump spokesman, “the weather’s going to be unbelievable.
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"Not only do automotive fashions change, but technology also moves on" It is a fact proved beyond all doubt that everything goes through an absurdly naff phase while on its way to becoming a classic. All right, it hasnt been proved at all; it’s my opinion, but hey, 2017 is just as post-truth as 2016, so I’m presenting it as fact on the basis of overwhelming empirical evidence. Or some evidence, anyway, hand-picked by me, to support my argument. Take Brutalist architecture, those concrete-dominated edifices in urban areas, largely of the 1960s. Lots of people liked Brutalism when it was new, although it’s worth pointing out that quite a few people didnt, too. So when, after a while, mostly in the 1980s and 1990s, those who werent entirely convinced by it in the first place started to complain about the crumbling concrete and how much more friendly things would look with, say, a glass or mock Tudor frontage, the writing for some Brutalism was on the cold, sometimes damp-stained and often graffiti-covered walls.
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But those who aren't celebrating are holding their breath. Like it or not, Donald Trump is just hours away from becoming America's president. Street in New York now and that is the one and only Cher who is at a protest, a protest against Donald Trump is the next president.
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Then, to Blair House where he will spend his last night before becoming commander-in-chief. These streets are braced for an onslaught of Trump fans and critics. 99 separate protest groups are expected in DC, each with the aim of making their voices heard.
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However, for now the TV industry is becoming increasingly focused on OLED and its technical possibilities. While not exactly panel-less, LGs paper-thin W-Series OLED TVs are just 1 mm thin and flexible making them a nice compromise between traditional larger LCD screens and projectors. So what do we think the future of TV will entail? Its probably not huge panels, or pricey projectors, but something in between. Want a 4K projector right now? Check out our reviews of the Sony VPL-VW300ES and Sony VPL-VW520ES.
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Lebanon's capital Beirut has had a troubled past, but it's now becoming the Middle East's tech hub.
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OK. The Irish have been lent on to raise it. There are increasing protectionist forces in Europe. We'll see that in the elections in Holland, France and in Austria, perhaps also in Italy as well. So why shouldn't the UK strike out to the rest of the world to do deals if Europe is becoming more protectionist? It's illegal to become protectionist inside the European Union.
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Arsene Wenger has warned that India are already becoming the next threat to the dominance of European football, after the emergence of the wealthy Chinese Super League.
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What wasn't was the Hampshire yachtsmen who gave him a real run for his money. For three months, Alex Thomson has battled everything the ocean's thrown at him, eaten only freeze dried noodles, and survived on as little as 20 minutes' sleep every few hours. At stake was his lifelong obsession of becoming the first Briton to win this race.
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I don't think the world is more dangerous because of Donald Trump becoming President of the United States. The world is a dangerous place anyway and the trouble will not come from a new administration in the United States, but from appalling things in the Middle East with Isil, for example.