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Tories unseat SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson

Tories unseat SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson

At the vote count in Glasgow , Sturgeon said it was still the second-best result in the SNP's history, though "clearly I have to reflect on the result in the days to come". Ms Davidson argued that with the next Holyrood elections not scheduled until 2021 today's ballot represents a "last chance" for "the quiet, steadfast majority to say we've had enough of Nicola Sturgeon's obsession with independence and the damage it is doing".



Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro replaces the 9.7-inch Pro

Apple may have found a way to end the risky practice of texting while driving. Though iOS 11 isn't due out until this fall, it's the biggest update Apple has ever done for the iPad - and we're already looking forward to it. You could imagine Apple releasing a general-purpose app, or build new features into the existing Wallet app, that let you manage NFC data exchanges as if they were just like airline boarding passes, movie tickets, or coupons.



Amazon Prime Video Is Coming To Apple TV After Years Of Delay

The improved version will be a part of the upcoming macOS High Sierra operating system, expected as a public beta in June and a full release in the fall. Mac models were also boosted to work with virtual reality gear, a move by Apple into technology that Facebook has embraced with its Oculus unit.



Comey testimony: Donald Trump Jr. decries 'one big witch hunt'

The younger Trump said Comey's credibility "has to be shot" after his testimony, which centered on a February 14 meeting between the president and the then-FBI director after the resignation of Michael Flynn as national security adviser.



Apple Could Expand iPhone's NFC Capabilities Beyond Apple Pay

The enhanced multitasking features in iOS 11 are, of course, among the most interesting enhancements that Apple is adding in this release . Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi told USA Today , "It's all about keeping your eyes on the road".