Donald Trump contradicts himself, flusters Congress on Qatar

Trump said he'd told the kings, presidents and prime ministers that funding "Radical Ideology" can't be tolerated, and "Leaders pointed to Qatar - look!" Trump tweeted. Since the diplomatic row erupted, slogans against and in support of Qatar have dominated Twitter in Arabic, a platform used widely in the Arab world, particularly in Saudi Arabia.

Your iPhone Could Stop You From Texting And Driving Soon

There's also a new app switcher which functions similarly to the Mac's Mission Control, allowing you to see and switch between each window you are working on. The all-new iMac Pro , with a 27-inch Retina 5K display, up to 18-core Xeon processors and up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation. Still, the Apple Watch hasn't been a smash hit, fueling worries that the company's ability to transfix customers had waned after the 2011 death of co-founder Steve Jobs.

Ariana Grande Returns To Stage For The One Love Manchester Benefit Show

Singer Ariana Grande , 23, organized the One Love Manchester concert after a suicide bomber killed 22 and wounded more than 100 at her May 22 show in Manchester, England. "I still think it was wrong of you to flee the country so fast". The concert came less than 24 hours after terror again struck the United Kingdom, as seven civilians were killed after a van drove over pedestrians on London Bridge, and attackers started randomly stabbing citizens.

Apple's iOS 11 Gets Do Not Disturb While Driving Feature

HomePod is created to work with an Apple Music subscription for access to over 40 million songs. Apple then introduced a music speaker, its first hardware since Apple Watch was rolled out two years ago. Running betas could severely affect your devices and your files-in other words the software is a "beta" for a reason. We've already listed a few new features , such as a file explorer, QR code reader and drag and drop functionality - but what else is worth noting? The new iPad will ...

New raids, 'several' arrests for terror attack at London Bridge

New raids, 'several' arrests for terror attack at London Bridge

Terrorists brought carnage to the streets of Britain for the second time in as many weeks, killing seven and leaving 21 fighting for their lives. One of the attackers shouted "this is for Allah" as he knifed a man near a pub - while the Islamic State terror group is claiming responsibility for the attack .