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Les Miles talks for the first time after being fired by LSU

LSU also dropped out of the Top 25 in the latest AP Poll released on the day of his firing. When reporters were able to talk with players before the Tigers' 30-minute walk thru Monday afternoon, many including Arden Key, who Orgeron coached on a day-to-day basis as defensive line coach, echoed that.

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Windows 10 running on 400 million monthly active devices

Instead, Microsoft engineers believe they can do a better job protecting the products they know inside and out, particularly in a world in which most software is vulnerable to attack via the internet, White said . Latest stats show that Windows 10 is now running on more than 400 million computers across the globe. However, back in July, the company acknowledged that due to lack of traction in its smartphone business, it might take longer to achieve this target.

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Hubble Space Telescope sees potential water plumes on Jupiter's moon Europa

The findings were presented during a teleconference with reporters, during which the team explained that astronomers believe the plumes rise about 125 miles before raining material back onto Europa's surface. This backed up previous findings, NASA shared, that indicated there could be an ocean under Europa's icy crust. 2016. Probing for Evidence of Plumes on Europa with HST/STIS.

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Pakistan positive about future ties with India, says Abdul Basit

In what appeared to be the most fiery part of of her speech, Swaraj asserted that all the strategies being planned by Pakistan break Kashmir from India would remain unsuccessful. Her fiery speech in the General Assembly wherein she declared Islamabad responsible for cross-border terrorism invoked a tough Pakistani response.

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Strong iPhone 7 Plus demand not enough to halt decline, says KGI

In the last few years, the real battle on the smartphone market has been between Apple and Samsung. It wasn't mentioned whether this was in moderate or intense usage, but the publication said that battery life on Apple's new flagship phone "has improved, but not by miles".

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Mary J. Blige Interview With Hillary Clinton To Drop Friday

Blige. The Queen of Hip Hop Soul and R&B is shown singing a song about police brutality. Is it a gun? This is your life . "You can get killed just for living in your American skin". From the previews, it doesn't look like Blige went easy on Clinton . The full interview will be broadcast by Beats 1 on Blige's show The 411 on Friday (September 30).

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NASA presents new evidence of water plumes on Europa

In 2012, the telescope detected evidence of water vapor above Europa's south polar region, suggesting the existence of plumes that shoot out into space . The European Space Agency (ESA) also plans to launch its Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer ( JUICE ) mission, which will Callisto, Europa, and Ganymede, the largest of Jupiter's 67 moons.

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Pence appears at odds with Trump on climate change

The Sierra Club on Tuesday mocked Donald Trump over his refusal during the first presidential debate to admit that he called climate change a "hoax" perpetrated by China. "There are shifts naturally occurring". Trump made similar comments on the campaign trail, but Conway said he actually believes global warming is naturally occurring, not man-made.

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Pakistan returned our gesture of friendship with terror: Sushma at UN

As a "neighbour and friend", China once again appealed to India and Pakistan to engage in dialogue to "properly" resolve disputes, including the Kashmir issue which it said was "left over from history", and jointly work towards regional peace and stability.

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CNN Launches Manhunt After Lester Holt Vanishes from Debate

Following the debate, Trump told CNN's Dylan Byers that Holt "did a great job", but after a night of reflection, he told " Fox & Friends" that Holt deserves a "C +" grade for the evening. Trump did have a strong moment early on when he criticized Clinton for initially supporting trade deals - something he said she flipped on only after he came out against them.

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La Quinta Remembers & Pays Tribute to Arnold Palmer

This is a big blow for golf, but we knew it was coming, unfortunately, since maybe even before the Bay Hill tournament this year when we saw him. Once, when Palmer and Gary Player tied after 72 holes of the Masters, I ran home from school on Monday to watch the end of the playoff.

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Hubble Images Possible Water Vapor Plumes Erupting on Europa

NASA scientists have identified water plumes "spewing" from the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa , offering a valuable opportunity to test the liquid for signs of life. On the left is an image taken by Sparks' team that shows what appears to be water plumes. A likely source of the plumes is the salty ocean that lies beneath Europa's shell of ice.

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When you can see the 'Black Moon' in St. Louis

It is the Black Moon! 'A black moon is supposedly the flip side of a blue moon: the second new moon in a single calendar month. Some say a black moon occurs about once every 19 years, when the month of February skips a full moon . An uncommon lunar occurrence will take place this Friday, and it wouldn't be surprising if you didn't even notice it. Those in the eastern hemisphere will see the same new moon, but it will be after midnight, pushing the time into October.

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Microsoft puts AI to work in Office 365

The company, inspired by its belief that IT is in the heart of digital transformation, introduced new features that take advantage of AI technology. Only a few of these AI-backed updates are available now, with Excel and PowerPoint slated to receive the new features later this year.

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NASA's Hubble spots water plumes on Jupiter's moon Europa

They have new evidence of water plumes on Europa's surface and are now more confident that water samples can be collected and studied by future NASA missions without drilling through layers of ice. Despite numerous attempts, however, plumes on Europa had not been confirmed until now. In 2012, Hubble found hints of water vapor venting from Europa's south pole, but didn't see anything in follow-up observations.

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Users report batteries overheating and quickly losing power on Galaxy Note7 replacements

Over the weekend there was another reported incident with an older Samsung phone, a Note 2. Even while the phone is on the charger, it's quickly losing battery percentage. Up to 200,000 units of the Galaxy Note 7 were returned in South Korea . Unfortunately, there was a major flaw causing some of the Note 7's to explode and catch fire.

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Modi lauds space scientists for succesful satellite launch

ISRO, in the second phase of its mission , the rocket will launch seven other satellites out of which five are foreign satellite and two Indian satellites . The SCATSAT-1 will take eight satellites aimed at conducting ocean and weather studies. Two hours and 11 minutes into the flight, the fourth stage was restarted to be cut off one minute later.

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Samsung Received 26 False Reports of Galaxy Note 7 Units Catching Fire

Last week, national carrier Cayman Airways issued a similar warning to its passengers. Nam added that Samsung needed to come up with a better plan to notify consumers that they could exchange their Galaxy Note 7 or get a refund. That customer apparently found an image online of a Note 7 which had exploded and submitted it to Samsung as their own device. About 400,000 Note 7s were said to have been sold in South Korea.

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Bosnia Serbs vote to keep disputed national holiday

Once Dodik receives the invitation, he will have to appear before the prosecutor. Organisers in the autonomous Serb Republic part of Bosnia said that with 71% of the votes counted, 99.8% of voters had supported the January 9 "Statehood Day" holiday, with turnout possibly as high as 60%.

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Mexican and Canadian currencies rise, investors see Clinton winning debate

NBC's Holt, who mostly gave the two candidates space for lively back-and-forth, did use some of his few speaking opportunities to "fact check" Donald Trump - something the Clinton campaign spent the weekend begging for. "I will release my tax returns, against my lawyer's wishes, when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted", Trump said. Clinton, a former senator and secretary of state, is banking on voters seeing her as a steady hand who can build on the record of President ...

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Clinton wins, but The Donald lives to fight on

While the candidates battled it out in NY, punters in downtown DC made do with impersonators. During a number of fiery exchanges, Mr Trump claimed he had a "better temperament" than Mrs Clinton and accused his Democrat rival of not having the "stamina" to be president.

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Stocks Showing Pleasant Sentiment- Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV), Norfolk Southern (NYSE:NSC)

EPS indicator shows the robustness of the stock and its analysis opens up the clear picture of company's profitability. Shares of Southwest Airlines Co . Vetr cut Southwest Airlines from a "strong-buy" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $48.33 target price for the company.in a research note on Wednesday, June 8th.

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Samsung recalls 1 million 'exploding' phones, users to get replacement or refund

The new Note 7 units are also expected to come with a small visual modification to allow consumers to differentiate between the new devices with the old faulty ones. However, because of its tarnished reputation, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may altogether be put back behind. "Anyone who chooses to travel with a recalled device must take precautions to ensure its safe handling", said U.S.

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AB de Villiers to have surgery, ruled out of Australia tour

Confirming the news, South Africa team manager, Mohammed Moosajee said that de Villiers had failed to recover from his elbow impingement injury and, therefore, he would undergo an elbow operation early next week. "With that in mind we are scheduling surgery for him for early next week and we're hopeful that we'll get him back in action before the Sri Lanka series (in South Africa in December)".

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Xbox Scorpio announced early to not piss gamers off

Another selling point is that it's actually the Call of Duty Black Ops III bundle which puts in a free National Basketball Association game to add more value. The PS4 Slim doesn't include new features, just a trimmer design. However, the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio will be able to render native 4K resolution games, whereas PlayStation 4 Pro will require a majority of its gaming titles to be upscaled.

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OnePlus 3 will be sold by O2 from 29 September

Anyway, those days are now behind us because OnePlus has announced an exclusive partnership with United Kingdom carrier O2 to sell the OnePlus 3 in brick-and-mortar stores. Options include £28 per month for 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data, or £35.50 per month for unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 3GB of data.

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Project Scorpio vs PS4 Pro: The Rivalry Continues

According to Rustchynsky: "Too many people are underestimating the PS4 Pro without having seen it in action" and he claimed that the lack of a 4K Blu-Ray player won't make a real difference on video games. "The number we've picked, the 6 TFLOPS, the memory bandwidth, was designed for us to be able to let developers of existing Xbox One games to take their engines and run them at 4K", said Pinello.

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India to ratify Paris Climate Change agreement on Oct 2: PM Modi

On October 2, we will ratify it. Mahatma Gandhi's life perhaps left the least carbon footprint on earth. Though India was committed to ratify the deal, the timing was not clear after Niti Aayog vice-chairman Arvind Panagariya, on the eve of the G20 summit in China earlier this month, indicated that the country was not ready for ratification this year.

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Signs Jupiter's moon has an ocean beneath its surface

In a study written about it earlier this year, Nasa said one line of research into conditions in Europa's oceans suggested that "the necessary balance of chemical energy for life could exist there". Sparks and his colleagues watched Europa pass across the face of Jupiter 10 times while looking for signs of ultraviolet emissions from the moon's atmosphere.

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Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump face off in first presidential debate

Clinton: " Donald says climate change is a hoax created by the Chinese". Optics matter in a debate. "I think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament". "Or maybe he doesn't want the American people, all of you watching tonight, to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes". 'He even said if there was nuclear war in East Asia, that's fine, have a good time folks, ' she continued, as Trump scowled.

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India's PM Says Pakistan's Support of Terror Is Destabilizing Asia

They will be seen as intelligent Pakistani nationals with a brain and opinions - and the world would like to know what they think about the scourge of terrorism in India and Pakistan. He said it was impossible to stage a cross-border strike in such a heavily-fortified region, adding that despite dilly-dallying tactics of India in supplying "solid signs" after the Mumbai and Pathankot assaults, "Pakistan was prepared to assist in the Uri strike probe".

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Ubisoft France and Michel Ancel tease Beyond Good & Evil

Ancel is most credited for the creation of Rayman , and of course, Beyond Good &a Evil. The image's caption, "Thanks #ubisoft for making this possible", all but confirms that it has something to do with Ancel's in-house project and, alongside Yves Guillemot's previous comments, seems to affirm that this has something to do with BG&E.

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Evidence Of Water Plumes Observed On Jupiter's Europa

The plumes are estimated to rise about 200 km before, presumably, raining material back down onto Europa's surface. Using the same observing method that detects atmospheres around planets orbiting other stars, the team also realised if there was water vapour venting from Europas surface, this observation would be an excellent way to see it.

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Trump on discrimination in his business

Hillary Clinton called out Donald Trump at their first debate on Monday night for labeling climate change a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese. "I did not, I do, I do not say that", Trump replied. Trump has also claimed that he would renegotiate the Paris Agreement, a global agreement on reducing the greenhouse emissions that have been overwhelmingly scientifically proven to contribute to climate change.

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PlayStation Vita Came "Too Late" - Former Sony CEO

Tretton mentioned how the PS Vita is a great machine, however, he also added how it wasn't released at the right time when people needed a dedicated handheld gaming device as the world has shifted to portable devices that aren't dedicated to gaming.


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