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Haley: Ouster of al-Assad is a priority of US

As I said, again, taking this action, I support and was important. But Tillerson, who is expected to visit Moscow on Wednesday for talks with Russian officials, said on ABC's "This Week" program there was "no change" to the US military posture toward Syria.



Galaxy S8's Bixby will have a confusing, convoluted rollout

Samsung has yet to confirm the reason for the holdup, nor how long Galaxy S8 users can expect to wait until Bixby Voice arrives. Bixby Voice is the feature that allows the user to control select Samsung apps using only their voice. However, the company made a swift U-turn and announced Bixby availability for United Kingdom users, but said it would be optimised for Korean and American users.


Samsung reveals Galaxy S8

Samsung reveals Galaxy S8

Think of it like taking a selfie that only your phone will see. Where fingerprint scanning and iris scanning are unique and virtually unspoofable without access to important parts of your body, face recognition is a decidedly lower-tech solution, scanning images rather than biometrics.


Autonomous Strike - a New Milestone in Manned-Unmanned Teaming

Autonomous Strike - a New Milestone in Manned-Unmanned Teaming

The F-16 first flew in 1979 and is a combat-tested workhorse, according to the Air Force, supporting United States forces in conflicts from the Persian Gulf to Iraq and Afghanistan. The Loyal Wingman programme involves the development and testing of an unmanned system, autonomously flying planes while functioning as a wingman to human pilots.



NSA's powerful hacking tools leaked online

The group complained about the lack of media coverage of its release last Saturday. He said the malicious code published on Friday appeared to exploit previously undiscovered weaknesses in older versions of its Windows operating system - the mark of a sophisticated actor and a potential worry for many of Windows' hundreds of millions of users.



NSA penetrated SWIFT banking network in Middle East: Hackers

Some of the records bear NSA seals, but Reuters could not confirm their authenticity. The newly leaked NSA files suggest that the agency may have hacked into SWIFT's network via service bureaus, which are firms that provide smaller clients with access points to the SWIFT system.