Voice Of America
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Rank-and-file Republicans are more concerned about leaks to the media of conversations between Trump advisers and the Russian government than they are about the conversations themselves, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released Wednesday. The poll, conducted February 16-20, shows how President Donald Trump has shifted opinions within the party of Ronald Reagan, where national security has been a top issue since the Cold War, said Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. "Republicans have now put a higher priority on their partisan identification and support for their current leader than principles they have had for many decades," Sabato said. "We live in such a polarized era." Trump asked his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, to resign this month after news organizations reported he had discussed U.
Sputnik International
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Republican voters are far more concerned with White House leaks to the media, regarding phone conversations between the administration and Russia, than they are with the contents of the leaks, according to a poll released Wednesday.
InfoWars
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Android Police
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Mobile World Congress starts in a few days, and Huawei will be on hand to announce the P10. It's not like we really need it tothe phone has been thoroughly leaked in the run up to MWC, and now there's yet another. This time our old friend Evan Blass has dropped a high-resolution press image. That's it above. The last time we saw the P10, it was in the form of some low-res renders in different colors (green phone, anyone?). Read More Yet another image of the Huawei P10 leaks was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Android Police
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LG is expected to unveil the G6 in a few days at Mobile World Congress, but noted leaker Evan Blass has beaten it to the punch. Blass has posted the full press renders on Twitter, and they look very much like we expected from past leaks. It seems that LG is going for a very different vibe this year. The bezels are slimmer, the screen has rounded corners, and there doesn't appear to be a removable panel for battery access. Read More Press renders of the LG G6 leak ahead of announcement was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Digital Trends
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After numerous leaks, AMD has officially announced the processors it will launch on March 2, with prices starting at $329. And you can order one today. The post The wait for Ryzen is over, pre-orders now available starting at $329 appeared first on Digital Trends .
Information Age
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After numerous leaks, AMD has officially announced the processors it will launch on March 2, with prices starting at $329. And you can order one today. The post Intel may not be inside for long: AMD's 8-core Ryzen CPU is up for pre-order appeared first on Digital Trends .
Techradar
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After months of rumors , leaks and teasing from AMD itself , Ryzen has finally risen and its the companys most impressive processor lineup yet. AMD is on a mission to bring high performance CPUs to the market and challenge Intel, so it has introduced a trio Ryzen 7 chips, its highest-end lineup of CPUs. Starting with the flagship, the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X features 8-cores and 16-threads, as well as a 3.6GHz base speed and top speeds of up to 4GHz. Based on AMDs first ultra-small 14nm (nanometer) FinFET architecture, the flagship CPU achieves 52% more instructions per clock than AMD's previous chips - so it's both smaller and quicker. Performance-wise, AMD claims the Ryzen 7 1800X scored 1,601 points in the Cinebench R15 NT benchmark, beating the Intel Core i7-6900Ks 1,474 score. The AMD Ryzen 7 1800X will be available for pre-orders for $499 (about 400, AU$650) or about half as much as the $1,049 (about 999, AU$1,499) you would spend on the 6900K starting today, and will arrive to shelves on March 2nd.
South China Morning Post
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The Week
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When the US President accuses CNN of being fake because it reports his falsehoods or gives a less than rosy picture of his chaotic first month, he is questioning the role of the fourth estate in a healthy democracy. More than this, the accusation "Fake news!" starts to confuse a whole sheaf of concepts that before Trump were pretty clear. During last week's press conference, he actually said the leaks which led to former national security adviser Mike Flynn leaving office were real (and illegal), but that the reporting of them was fake. Come again? So before we launch enquires into fake news, or start fining Facebook, we should ask ourselves: do we really know what fake news is? What is important about fake news is not the rubbish that it says, but the damage the term actually does. One little meme is not only allowing Trump to get payback on the media, but by filling the news with his latest rantings, he and his team can also get on with the real business of changing the US political landscape for good without being unchallenged.
InfoWars
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WhoWhatWhy
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Um, no. It isnt just entrenched mid-level bureaucrats, soldiers and spies who make up the Deep State — it is also the extremely wealthy who ultimately manipulate and influence these pawns on the board of power. The New York Times apparently got the same memo as its West Coast namesake: A wave of leaks from government officials has hobbled the Trump administration, leading some to draw comparisons to countries like Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan, where shadowy networks within government bureaucracies, often referred to as “deep states,” undermine and coerce elected governments. The point of all this is that if you limit a description of some poisonous Deep State to those actually employed in “bureaucracies,” you are actually playing into the hands of the most powerful Deep State players: the super-rich who benefit when government itself is discredited to the point that everything can be outsourced — to them.
Sky News
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And then joining Islamic state. Was he being monitored by intelligence services during that time? It wasn't considered a priority. There are many other people who would have been considered more of our priority. In terms of his background, I have been going through his printer can file that was released by wiki leaks and you can see the background to his arrest.
Ars Technica UK
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Ice Universe Although the Samsung Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After some photos of the backside of the Galaxy S8 and with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 6 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Techradar
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Were expecting the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will come with an S Pen stylus, but a new leaked image suggests that wont be the only optional accessory launched with Samsungs next flagship slate. The image, shared by Evan Blass , shows the Tab S3 with a keyboard. No additional information is provided, but its likely that this will be sold as an optional accessory, rather than packed in as standard, and combined with stylus support its clear that Samsung is really trying to deliver an iPad Pro competitor. Elsewhere, the image matches up with previous leaks , showing a home button, likely with an embedded fingerprint scanner, and flanked by back and recent keys. Credit: Evan Blass Arriving in April You can also see the April 4 date on the lock screen, which could mean thats when youll be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Sputnik International
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Ars Technica
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Ice Universe Although the Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After showing off pictures with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Ars Technica
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Ice Universe Although the Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After showing off pictures with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Techradar
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Also interesting is that the lack of bezel has moved the fingerprint to the back of the phone, near the iris and flash components of the camera. This also lines up with past leaks , including a recent one from reputable first-look extraordinaire @OnLeaks. Last, but not least, the images show the Galaxy S8 using Samsung's rumored DeX dock, which allows the smartphone to connect via HDMI to an external output like a PC monitor. While we currently know little about this smartphone/desktop hybridization feature - and like most leaks and rumors, anything regarding the Galaxy S8 thus far should be taken with a grain of salt - we won't be in the dark much longer. Though the phone is expected to skip this year's MWC event , we suspect to finally get a peek at Samsung's next big thing shortly after . Meanwhile, the LG G6 is right around the corner
Digital Trends
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Voice Of America
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S. election aimed at helping Trump win. Flynn had led Pence and other Trump aides to believe there had been been no such talk about the Obama sanctions, with Pence then publicly relating the erroneous information on a news talk show. Trump denied that he had directed Flynn to discuss the sanctions with Kislyak, but added, "I would have." The president said Flynn was doing his job to make contact with foreign officials ahead of the new administration taking power. While several congressional panels, chiefly the intelligence committees in both the Senate and House of Representatives, are looking into those and other alleged contacts between Trump aides and Russia, the chairman of the House's main investigative committee has asked the U.S. Justice Department to launch an investigation into the leaks surrounding the Flynn-Kislyak calls. "We have serious concerns about the potential inadequate protection of classified information here," said Utah congressman Jason Chaffetz.
Washington Free Beacon
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