Apple confirms iOS 12's 'USB Restricted Mode' will thwart police, criminal access [u]

  1. Apple confirms iOS 12’s ‘USB Restricted Mode’ will thwart police, criminal access [u]  AppleInsider
  2. Apple Confirms Plans to Disable Law Enforcement Access to iPhone via Tools Like GrayKey Box  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple will disable iPhone Lightning ports after an hour, closing device cracking loophole  VentureBeat
  4. Apple 2019 iPhone likely to support USB-C  Digitimes
  5. New iPhone Leaks suggests Apple will ditch Lightning port for USB-C  The Velvetiere
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Apple Confirms Plans to Disable Law Enforcement Access to iPhone via Tools Like GrayKey Box

  1. Apple Confirms Plans to Disable Law Enforcement Access to iPhone via Tools Like GrayKey Box  Mac Rumors
  2. Apple will update iOS to block police hacking tool  The Verge
  3. Apple acknowledges new efforts to thwart passcode brute forcing  9to5Mac
  4. New iPhone Leaks suggests Apple will ditch Lightning port for USB-C  The Velvetiere
  5. Nothing to C here: Apple is never switching from Lightning to USB-C in the iPhone  Macworld
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E3 2018: The Division 2 Endgame Includes Raids And New Specializations, Ubisoft Confirms

  1. E3 2018: The Division 2 Endgame Includes Raids And New Specializations, Ubisoft Confirms  GameSpot
  2. The Division 2 Hands-on Preview  Shacknews
  3. ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’ hands-on preview  Digital Trends
  4. The Division 2: All we know about Ubisoft’s shooter sequel  Stevivor
  5. Five new things we learned about The Division 2 today  The Verge
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E3 2018: The Division 2 End-Game Includes Raids And New Specializations, Ubisoft Confirms

  1. E3 2018: The Division 2 End-Game Includes Raids And New Specializations, Ubisoft Confirms  GameSpot
  2. ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’ hands-on preview  Digital Trends
  3. E3 2018: Watch The Division 2’s cinematic trailer, gameplay footage  CNET
  4. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2: E3 2018 World Premiere Gameplay Walkthrough Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]  YouTube
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Bethesda E3 2018 press conference confirms 'Starfield' and 'The Elder Scrolls VI'

  1. Bethesda E3 2018 press conference confirms ‘Starfield’ and ‘The Elder Scrolls VI’  Digital Trends
  2. Everything Bethesda Showed At E3 2018  Kotaku
  3. Bethesda at E3 2018: 10 biggest and best announcements  Polygon
  4. Everything Bethesda revealed at E3: Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, Elder Scrolls VI, Starfield, more  PCWorld
  5. Bethesda Shows Off ‘Fallout 76,’ ‘The Elder Scrolls 6,’ ‘Starfield’ And More At E3  Forbes
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E3 2018: Anthem Is Always Online, BioWare Confirms

  1. E3 2018: Anthem Is Always Online, BioWare Confirms  GameSpot
  2. EA shows more ‘Anthem’ and ‘Battlefield V’ at E3 2018, debuts all-access subscription  Digital Trends
  3. Anthem: Everything we know  Polygon
  4. Anthem release date announced alongside new trailer  Stevivor
  5. EA Play at E3 2018: Madden NFL comes to the PC, Battlefield V battle royale, Anthem reveal  PCWorld
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Apple Loop: Latest Leak 'Confirms' New iPhone, iOS 12 Drops Sexy For Security, WWDC Fails MacBooks

  1. Apple Loop: Latest Leak ‘Confirms’ New iPhone, iOS 12 Drops Sexy For Security, WWDC Fails MacBooks  Forbes
  2. Apple ‘one of the biggest gaming companies in the world’ even though it doesn’t make games, analyst says  CNBC
  3. These iOS 12 improvements will help you live a less stressful digital life  AppleInsider
  4. Apple’s next iPhone and iOS 12: Here’s what Apple should change  USA TODAY
  5. Apple iOS 12 versus Google Android P: Guess who’s winning now  CNET
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Pippa Middleton confirms pregnancy and reveals she escaped morning sickness unlike her sister Kate

Pippa Middleton confirms pregnancy and reveals she escaped morning sickness unlike her sister KatePippa Middleton, the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, has revealed the “happy news” that she is expecting her first child. The 34-year-old,  who is married to hedge fund manager James Matthews, said she has passed her first trimester and did not suffer from morning sickness. That contrasts with her sister Kate, who suffered from Hyperemesis gravidarum – a very severe form of morning sickness – during all three of her pregnancies.  “I was lucky to pass the 12 week scan without suffering from morning sickness,” Mrs Middleton wrote in her Waitrose Weekend magazine column. “That meant I was able to carry on as normal”. The fitness columnist, who promises to chronicle her pregnancy workouts for the magazine, is photographed working out and discusses how she has adapted her exercise routine to her condition.  Pippa Middleton Matthews is featured in a new column for @waitrose weekend. “Exercising during pregnancy” pic.twitter.com/2rktWaKaFg— MiddletonMaven (@MiddletonMaven) June 7, 2018 “This being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered,” she wrote. “I wanted to know things like, would I strain if I served in tennis, are all strokes of swimming safe, can I still do a normal yoga class if I avoided certain positions? Could I still work my abs? “It’s particularly hard in the early months when you don’t really want to share the news with everyone, not even your class instructor.” After doing some research, she said she adapted her current routine and worked out for 45 minutes, three to four times a week. Pippa Middleton says has now given up running while she is pregnant Credit: PA She said she had given up jogging because she “liked the idea of giving my body (and growing baby) a rest from pavement pounding.” Instead, when she wasn’t in the gym and taking part in classes such as yoga and Pilates, she would walk, cycle, swim and play tennis. “I’ve noticed my body change and weight increase, but through effective exercise and sports I feel that it’s being strengthened to support a healthy pregnancy, birth and recovery.” Pippa Middleton and James Matthews arrive for the wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle  Credit: AFP She said she avoided “strenuous abs pull-ups” and instead was “conscious of holding my tummy in (as if giving your baby a hug) to support my back and ensure that post-baby, my old favourite jeans will still fit …  eventually.” Speculation over Ms Middleton’s pregnancy first emerged in April, days before the birth of the Duke and Duchess’ third child, Prince Louis. Mrs Middleton married Mr Matthews in May last year, with the cream of high society in attendance.


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