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The bulletin of the atomic scientists moved its famous clock closer to doomsday.
The non-profit group decided this year to move the clock toward the end of humanity from three minutes to two and a half with midnight signaling the apocalypse.
They pointed to unsettling comments about nuclear weapons by US President Donald Trump and rising global temperatures as reasons for the shift.
Ford issued a pair of recalls for two very different vehicles.
Approximately 8,000 of it's popular F-150 pick up trucks have instrument clusters that may lose functionality in cold temperatures.
The second recall is much smaller with just 18 Ford Focus and C Max vehicles needing inspection and repair to body apron joints.
All affected vehicles will receive fixes at no charge.
And finally, a photo and a tweet may have revealed the final look and release date of Samsung's upcoming flagship device.
Blogger Evan Blass who has a reliable track record of leaking information on unannounced phones tweeted a picture he claims is the Samsung Galaxy S8.
He also suggested a release date of March 29, 2017.
When contacted, Samsung declined to comment.
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