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"The Voice": A Contestant from Last Season Returns

Do you have a blind audition favorite already? Alicia has settled into the role played by Pharrell as the coach who fights for a singer, but applauds and compliments the coach who won the person's vote. She's gotten in between the bromance of Levine and Shelton and can use her influence, even when her chair didn't turn for a contestant. Simone Gundy , who reveals she gave birth to her son ten years ago, when she was just 15 years old, is up next.

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Hubble spies possible water plumes spewing from Jupiter moon

The eruptions appeared only three out of the 10 times the Hubble took images of Europa crossing Jupiter. He said that these plumes if they indeed exist in the real world may provide a way to sample Europa's subsurface. NASA's Hubble Space telescope has found evidence that Jupiter's moon has a global ocean beneath its icy surface. The revelation comes from new images captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, NASA announced .

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BlackBerry, once a phone innovator, to stop making its own

Our new Mobility Solutions strategy is showing signs of momentum, including our first major device software licensing agreement with a telecom joint venture in Indonesia. At the same time, he had to keep a foot in the phone business, which still generated a significant chunk of the company's revenue . If BlackBerry is able to surprise on the upside, shares could march higher.

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FBI concerned about possible phone hack of Democratic Party staff

The FBI, which is investigating, hasn't publicly attributed the attack to Russian Federation. President Barack Obama said in late July that Russian Federation may have been behind the leak of the hacked Democratic National Committee emails.

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BlackBerry to exit hardware business, posting $372M loss in quarter

Blackberry recorded 89% growth in its GAAP Software and Services, a figure that has convinced the company to shut down its struggling hardware division. But if it's not going to build phones, what will BlackBerry do? BlackBerry Ltd . will stop making smartphones this year according to its latest financial report.

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War on African elephants: Poaching causes biggest losses in 25 years

In 1997 and 2000, however, elephant populations in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe were downgraded to a less endangered species status - to allow two sales of ivory stockpiles to Japan and China in 1999 and 2008. Wanambwa said the AU Commission is in the process of setting up a coordination mechanism for the implementation of the African Strategy. "The trade ban is just one important step I think the biggest gap is the lack of sufficient global cooperation to deal with what is a ...

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Public Skeptical of Self-Driving Cars Despite Race to Perfect Technology

Generation Z respondents were the most accepting, with only 33% doubtful of a future with self-driving cars. Yet although driver preferences are now biased toward minimally automated vehicles, the Kelley Blue Book survey reports that younger respondents revealed a greater acceptance of fully autonomous vehicles than their older counterparts, many of whom admitted that they knew little about self-driving cars.

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You Can Now Exchange Your Recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7

A survey by SurveyMonkey over Galaxy Note 7 phones found that about 35% of respondents wanted a refund instead of the replacement for the phone. Samsung has confirmed that it has shipped 500,000 replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to USA retailers so that consumers may start the exchange program.

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Children named in Amber Alert found dead; mother arrested

Fort Wayne , Indiana is 125 miles north of Indianapolis, Indiana . No charges have been filed in Macomber's death. At that time police were still looking for Macomber, who was believed to be a neighbor of Pasztor. Officials issued the alert just after 12:30 p.m. on Monday, noting that the children were last seen at around 6:21 a.m. and were "believed to be in extreme danger".

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Questionable Rumor Points to Apple's Radical iPhone 8 Set for 2018

Suspicion that the next iPhone will break Apple sequencing tradition has been spiking since the release of the iPhone 7. S-series iPhones are also supposed to be incremental updates, but the phone that is coming in the 2017 "iPhone 7s" slot is expected to be a much more dramatic improvement to the line.

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Apple secretly working on iPhone 8 hardware in Israel

The iPhone 8 may not use a traditional LCD (liquid crystal display), replacing it with a flexible OLED (organic light-emitting diode). Interestingly, the worker used the term "iPhone 8" unprompted, which adds weight to the ongoing rumours about how Apple's 2017 flagship will be a game-changer.

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BlackBerry confirms it will finally stop making smartphones

BlackBerry CEO John Chen said previous year that the company would exit the smartphone hardware business if it could not find a way to make it profitable, and today BlackBerry is taking its first step toward making good on that promise. "We are reaching an inflection point with our strategy". The company recorded a US$372 million net loss in the three months ended August 31. The last BlackBerry phone to manufactured by the company was "Priv", its first Android-powered device that was ...

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Would you pay a premium to be on Tinder's front line?

And the app's newest foray, Tinder Boost, is no different. If you choose to "boost" your profile, you'll become one of your areas's top profiles for half an hour, which theoretically means that a ton of people will see your lovely mug. There's no such thing as free love, you know. However, like Match's Boost, Tinder stands to generate even more revenue off the Boost feature as it's sold on top of Tinder Plus (save for the free weekly Boost) and it isn't available for free to unpaid users.

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Samsung recovers 60 percent of Note 7s from S. Korea and US

Now, in an update, Samsung has reported that the recall is progressing but there are still hundreds of thousands of potentially explosive Galaxy Note 7 handsets in the hands of users. More than 60 percent of all recalled Galaxy Note7 phones sold in the US and Korea have been exchanged through the program. David Lowes, chief marketing officer for Samsung Electronics Europe, said: "Our message of safety first is getting through to Galaxy Note 7 owners, who are doing the right thing by ...

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Hackers steal info from 500 million Yahoo users

Yahoo and other companies have launched programmes to detect and notify users when a company strongly suspects that a state-sponsored actor has targeted an account. In August a hacker named "Peace" tried to sell 200 million Yahoo users' information. The first step, as always, is to change passwords. In a report published earlier today, tech site re/code cited "several sources close to the situation" who said Yahoo would soon confirm the 2012 massive breach of user accounts.

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Rising Ocean Temperatures Threaten Baby Lobsters

Temperature in ME is continuously rising and a report byIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of United Nations has already stated that in next about five years, the state's temperature will rise about five degrees more. "Really only a handful made it to the last larval stage", Jesica Waller, a lead author of the study, told Science Daily . Rising sea water temperature in the Gulf of ME is posing a big threat to the survival of baby lobsters and there will be bad economic consequences ...

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Racing Tesla Model S Revealed

July 26, 2016. Tesla is categorically denying claims from the driver of a Tesla Model S that ploughed through the glass wall of a gym, who said the auto accelerated itself. Notably, the report from Wood Mackenzie emphasizes that while the number of Model 3 units Tesla sells will indeed play a direct role in suppressing demand for gasoline, the firm concludes that the real impact will come from the broader market trigger that Model 3's success will result in.

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IOS 10 Bug Hits T-Mobile Users

You can download the latest version of Apple's mobile OS, iOS 10 as an over the air update , it should be available as of now. The company claimed that the problem had been fixed, but has also recommended customers back up their devices and download the update through iTunes.

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Wink Hub 2 Announced: Complete Specs, Features And Release Date

The second generation hub has replaced its precursor's shiny networking equipment look with a new improved squared-off matte white body. Created to bring simplicity to the smart home experience, Wink lets users monitor, control, and automate their smart products easily through the intuitive Wink mobile app.

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Sizzling Hot Tech Stocks: Oclaro, Inc. (OCLR), Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE)

Robert W. Baird upgraded Adobe Systems from a "neutral" rating to an "outperform" rating and set a $85.00 target price on the stock in a research note on Thursday, August 25th. 08/10/2016 - Stephens began new coverage on Adobe Systems Incorporated giving the company a "overweight" rating. The firm has a 50-day moving average price of $101.95 and a 200 day moving average price of $97.33.

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U.S. captain Love embraces motivational tricks

Hazeltine hasn't been the happiest of hunting grounds down the years for Tiger Woods. It is not known whether Love has followed the example of captain Paul McGinley at Gleneagles, who had an aquatic feature in the European team room containing fish of only blue and yellow.

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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will forfeit 2016 salaries including bonuses

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf got a $200 million increase in his stock value. Former head of community banking Carrie Tolstedt is also to give up $19m (£14.6m) of her pay, as well as foregoing a bonus and any severance pay. Under his watch, the firm generated returns that were the envy of the industry and turned it into the world's most valuable bank - a crown it ceded to JPMorgan as the scandal widened this month.

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Officials ID gunman who opened fire on Houston motorists

Police said they were investigating whether the shooting was motivated by "issues at his firm". One remained in critical condition but improved overnight, according to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where the person remains hospitalized. Local resident Jennifer Molleda, 45, who lives in the same building as the suspect, said she heard the first shots at 6:12 a.m.as her husband was leaving for work.

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Apple iOS 10 Security Flaw Weakens Backup Password Protections

This new vector of attack is specific to password-protected local backups produced by iOS 10 devices. However, for law enforcement agencies able to impound computers and devices the new vulnerability is something of a gift. As always, if you haven't already been prompted to upgrade to iOS 10 .0.2 by your iOS device, you can check by going to Settings , then General and then Software Update .

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Trump called Miss Universe 'Miss Piggy'

In the process, the first female nominee of a major party elevated a largely forgotten tale of Trump , when his oversight of beauty pageants collided with his unforgiving fixation with female beauty. Time hasn't softened her views on Trump . The Venezuelan-born Machado, now a USA citizen, said she hoped her story would "open eyes" about Trump in the election.

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German lawmakers ratify landmark Paris climate accord

The step by India, the world's third largest greenhouse gas emitter, will help bring the deal a step closer to reality. Modi added that the country has chosen October 2 to coincide with the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, who lived his entire live with minimum carbon footprint.

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MacBook Air Specs, Release Date Rumors Round-Up: What We Know So Far

Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the new MacBook Air in eleven and thirteen inch models starting at $999. Aside from the MacBook Pro, the public might also see a revamped MacBook Air and iMac. More importantly, Alexander also shared that IHS projects the new laptops to be released either during the latter part of September or sometime in October.

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WhatsApp Adds Public Group Chat Links In The Latest Beta

Now you can add new people to your WhatsApp group using a web invite link which people can use to join your group. WhatApp has started rolling out an update for its Android users and this Version 2.16.281 will bring many bug fixes and also transports compatibility for public in groups.

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PM Modi chairs meeting to review Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will "exploit to the maximum" the water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, including Jhelum, as per the water sharing pact.

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Cabinet decides to ratify Paris climate deal on Gandhi Jayanti

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday chose to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change. When India, the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases that puts out 4 per cent of the world's total emissions ratifies the pact, that gap would have shrunk to 3.5 per cent, bringing the agreement closer to implementation.

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Former Israeli Leader, Nobel Laureate Shimon Peres Dead At 93

The Vatican says that Pope Francis will not be attending the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres , despite earlier reports that he would be coming. His grandfather and other relatives stayed behind and perished in the Holocaust. As protege of Ben-Gurion, Peres led the Defense Ministry in his 20s and spearheaded the development of Israel's nuclear program.

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Europe can finally buy Samsung's Note 7 on October 28

So far, early reports indicate that Note 7 users are staying loyal to Samsung. "We have worked hard to bring replacement Galaxy Note 7 phones to Europe so we can ensure the safety of our customers and minimise their inconvenience". Samsung has said the battery issue didn't affect Note 7 phones sold in China because those phones contain batteries from a different supplier. Samsung allegedly rushed development of its Note 7 in an attempt to gain a competitive edge against the iPhone 7, which ...

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Elon Musk is planning something absolutely insane

Arrange $200,000 and entrepreneur and founder of USA spacecraft firm SpaceX Elon Musk will take you there. "It's about inspiring others to see that this is possible". The Hawthorne, California-based company hasn't yet set any people into space. Taking the stage under a large globe of Mars at the International Astronautical Congress, Musk showed his vision for a giant rocket that would propel men and women to the Red Planet "in our lifetime".

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Revenue Estimates Analysis: Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ:CY)

Also, Director Eric Benhamou sold 50,000 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Monday, September 19th. A trade or transaction occurs when the buyer and seller agree on a price for the security. The company reported $0.21 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.19 by $0.02. The company's revenue was down.3% compared to the same quarter previous year.

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Obama vetoes Saudi 9/11 legislation

In a break with her former boss, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said that, were she president, she would support the legislation . Hillary Clinton, who represented NY in the U.S. An override has been expected, despite some lawmakers saying they had doubts about the measure. "This would invite consequential decisions to be made based upon incomplete information and risk having different courts reaching different conclusions about the culpability of individual foreign governments and ...


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