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What to expect at the Apple event tonight

Apple WWDC 2017: How to watch livestream tonight? Recode will cover WWDC live from San Jose, Calif. - stay tuned for the latest. What is sure is that Apple will make TVOS ready for their new streaming shows such as Carpool Karaoke .


Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 set to usher in surprises

Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 set to usher in surprises

Apple is also reported to launch a new Siri-based smart speaker during the event as well. We've had reports from users in the UK, Australia and New Zealand but there could be more ... With regards to subscriptions Apple also announced that it would be reducing its cut to 15% from 30% if the subscriber maintained their subscription for more than one year.



NASA plans to "touch the sun", and people have lots of thoughts

A 20-day launch window for the spacecraft's liftoff atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket opens July 31, 2018 . Parker Solar Probe will travel through the Sun's atmosphere, closer to the surface than any spacecraft before it, facing brutal heat and radiation conditions - and ultimately providing humanity with the closest-ever observations of a star, NASA said.



California steps up efforts to battle climate change

Governors from Washington, New York and California said they each would launch a state-driven alliance adhering to the Paris deal. But coal industry officials have said the sector hopes only to slow the economic bleeding that has come with a glut of cheaper and natural gas.


Android Auto To Be A Built-in Feature For New Car Models?

Android Auto To Be A Built-in Feature For New Car Models?

In the process, the feature might make the Google Pixel even better than it already is. "It's been a busy three days in Mountain View, as more than 7,000 developers joined us at Shoreline Amphitheatre for this year's Google I/O", Emily Wood, Editor of Google's blog , wrote.



United States hackers could have framed Russia: Putin

The Russian government has denied USA intelligence agencies' conclusion that it sought to influence the election in Trump's favor, but Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that some Russian individuals may have acted on their own.