Lockheed Martin Wants to Merge an F-22 and F-35 Into 1 Fighter for Japan. It Won't Happen.

Lockheed Martin Wants to Merge an F-22 and F-35 Into 1 Fighter for Japan. It Won't Happen.The most likely scenario is that the F-22/F-35 hybrid will remain in the realm of fantasy. Lockheed Martin Wants to Merge an F-22 and F-35 Into 1 Fighter for Japan. Reuters is reporting that Lockheed Martin is pitching an F-22 and F-35 combination to Japan to meet Tokyo’s requirement for a next-generation air superiority fighter.


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The system-wide dark mode everyone wants on the iPhone is finally coming… to Macs

  1. The system-wide dark mode everyone wants on the iPhone is finally coming… to Macs  BGR
  2. Why iOS 11.3 is Breaking iPhones  Gotta Be Mobile
  3. iOS 12 Testing Gains Momentum, To Keep Support For iPhone 5S  ValueWalk
  4. iOS 12 will continue supporting iPhone 5S, WebKit developer reports suggest  AppleInsider
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Lithuania wants more NATO anti-aircraft missiles to deter Russia

Lithuania wants more NATO anti-aircraft missiles to deter RussiaBy Andrius Sytas VILNIUS (Reuters) – Lithuania wants the United States to bring more defence systems such as long-range Patriot and short-range Avenger missiles to the Baltics where some fear Russia is more powerful in the air. The country has asked Washington to install the systems more regularly for exercises, arguing NATO needs to know the region well in case of conflict, Defence Minister Raimundas Karoblis told Reuters. “We are talking not only about the Patriots but also other capabilities, such as short-range Avengers, and other systems to create a regional architecture of air defence, because we are not able to do that ourselves.” Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, once ruled from Moscow but now part of NATO and the European Union, need Western help despite growing defence budgets due to their small economies.


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Facebook wants to save your face. Should you say yes to facial recognition?

  1. Facebook wants to save your face. Should you say yes to facial recognition?  KARE11.com
  2. Mark Zuckerberg’s insufferable tripe  St. George Daily Spectrum
  3. Facebook moves 1.5 billion users from Ireland to US escaping EU privacy laws  Phone Arena
  4. Facebook Already Has Our Data. Can It Use It to Combat Racism?  Slate Magazine
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Facebook Really Wants to Bring Back Its Face-Scanning Tech in Europe. Problem Is, It Might Be Illegal.

  1. Facebook Really Wants to Bring Back Its Face-Scanning Tech in Europe. Problem Is, It Might Be Illegal.  Fortune
  2. Facebook To Offer Users Opt-Outs That Comply With New European Privacy Rules  New England Public Radio
  3. Facebook’s plain English privacy options are still worded so you’ll upload more personal data  Mic
  4. A flaw-by-flaw guide to Facebook’s new GDPR privacy changes  TechCrunch
  5. Facebook engages in ‘privacy zuckering’ to get user consent for facial recognition  VentureBeat
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New York attorney general wants power to bypass Trump pardons

New York attorney general wants power to bypass Trump pardonsBy Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York’s attorney general on Wednesday asked Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislators to give him and other local prosecutors power to bring criminal charges against people pardoned by U.S. President Donald Trump. In a letter, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman urged Cuomo and legislative leaders to close a loophole in New York’s double jeopardy law shielding recipients of presidential pardons from state prosecution.


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New York wants power to prosecute criminals pardoned by Donald Trump

New York wants power to prosecute criminals pardoned by Donald TrumpThe New York attorney general has said a criminal pardoned by Donald Trump should not be immune to being prosecuted by the state. In a letter, Eric Schneiderman urged Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders to close a loophole in New York’s double jeopardy law shielding recipients of presidential pardons from state prosecution. A change could make it more difficult for Trump aides and others who might be pardoned to escape criminal prosecution, even if special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election were curbed or shut down.


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