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Premier League Preview and Prediction: Burnley vs Arsenal

However, after impressing in recent weeks, the Swiss worldwide has said that he and his teammates must not rest on their laurels when they make the trip to Turf Moor to face Burnley on Sunday. Burnley will have most of it's squad available to them, with Ashley Barnes being the only likely injury absentee. Considering Arsenal are also looking strong at the back after keeping three consecutive clean sheets, odds of 11/10 (2.10 ) look good on a tight game producing under 2.5 goals here.

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Google's next big smartwatch update has been delayed until 2017

This latest build is the third from Google and brings the smartwatch platform one step closer to its general release. The now going developer preview will continue to remain like this throughout the rest of the year. That said, something odd is seemingly going on with a handful of Android Wear smartwatches and the recently-announced iPhone 7 . There's even a My Apps view in the Play Store on your watch, where you can manage what's installed.

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U.S. monetary policy less expansionary than it might seem, Fed's Evans says

Recently, the committee approved legislation crafted by its Republican chairman, Jeb Hensarling of Texas, to curb the Fed's regulatory role as part of a revamp of Dodd-Frank. At the same time, there's reason to be concerned about even the appearance of the politicization of the Fed, as public confidence in the institution is essential to its ability to conduct effective policy making.

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Feds list 7 Hawaii bee species as endangered, a first in US

Fish and Wildlife Service to intervene on behalf of bees in 2009. "Native pollinators in the US provide essential pollination services to agriculture which are valued at more than $9 billion annually", said Eric Lee-Mäder, pollinator program co-director at the Xerces Society, which was involved in petitions calling for the protection of the bee species.

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DGCA partially lifts ban on use of Galaxy Note 7 in flights

Samsung's Gear VR headset is one of the most accessible ways to experience virtual reality - but not when it kills your phone's battery. Samsung slammed by Chinese state TV over was posted in Business of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on October 01, 2016 and was last updated on October 01, 2016.

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DGCA relaxes ban on Samsung Note 7

The Wall Street Journal further noted that "In one of the new cases, 25-year-old Hui Renjie, a resident of southern Chinese city Guangzhou, said he bought a Galaxy Note 7 online on Sunday because Samsung had vouched for the devices' safety".

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Rosetta Space Probe Crash-lands on Icy Comet

In its final hours, Rosetta sent home data gathered from nearer the comet than ever before, tasting the comet's gas, dust and plasma, and taking close-up pictures of the spot that is now its icy tomb. Flight operations director Andrea Accomazzo, working on Rosetta for almost 20 years, confessed "of course there is a bit of sadness" after a "long, long" professional investment.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 catches fire on Chennai-bound flight

When it first offered on September 2 to replace the affected Note 7 phones, Samsung said it would swap them for models of its other phones, such as the Galaxy S7, until supplies of replacement Note 7 devices became available. It seems that Samsung devices are catching fire around the world, with reports about different devices with similar problems emerging across the USA, the United Kingdom, and now India.

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Europe's comet chaser Rosetta concludes 12-year-mission

The mission cost more than €1bn as Rosetta had to travel to the comet as it hurtled around the sun in an oblong orbit which took it beyond the planet Jupiter. It was an important step because some of those chemicals form the building blocks for the ingredients of life. This was puzzling, since many experts had believed comets delivered most of the water found on Earth.

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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton feud by tweet storm over beauty queen

And almost 12 hours after he shook up Twitter pre-dawn, Trump returned with a new tweet invoking Clinton's famous ad from her 2008 campaign portraying her as the best candidate to pick up an urgent call at the White House at 3 a.m. WASHINGTON - The former Miss Universe whom Donald Trump repeatedly attacked this week fought back Friday, insisting she would continue to stand up to him on behalf of women.

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Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti allegedly launching at CES 2017

However, there has been no confirmation on the part of NVIDIA about GeForce GTX 1080 Ti's leaked specs or its rumored release date. The card will have a 250-watt power requirement, which is similar to the Titan X , and it will need a 600-watt power supply to run it.

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Gigi Hadid's Street Harasser Vitalii Sediuk Goes After Kim Kardashian

The dramatic video clip has been doing the rounds on social media, with Kim's make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic uploading it to his own Instagram account. The accoster, Vitalii Sediuk , was quickly pulled to the floor by a security guard . It's not the first time Sediuk has come into contact with the reality television star and app mogul.

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A probe no more: Rosetta crashes into comet, ending mission

For the next decade it would travel almost eight billion kilometers before arriving at 67-P, where it became the first spacecraft to orbit a comet. The mission managed several historic firsts, such as getting a spacecraft into orbit around a comet and the unprecedented landing of a probe on the surface.

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Baahubali 2 Logo Released; 1st Look To Be Out On 22nd October

Baahubali : The Lost Legends is set before the Kalakeya invasion depicted in the movie, when Baahubali and Bhallaladeva are still both young princes of Mahishmati. "We will wrap up the shoot by December". For now a couple of scenes and two songs of the film are pending. The SS Rajamouli directorial will hit screens on April 28, 2017.

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NJ Transit Train Was Speeding Into the Station Before Fatal Crash

The crewmembers aboard the train that smashed into a station in Hoboken, NJ yesterday, killing one person and injuring 114 others, have been "very cooperative", investigators said today. The authorities would not estimate how fast the train was going before it hit the bumper at the end of its track, but the speed limit into the station is 10mph.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Users Start Receiving Replacement Units

Some analysts said the recall could cost Samsung almost $5 billion in lost revenue. The update will also cap the handset's charge of 60%, to prevent risk of fire. Samsung first made problems about the Galaxy Note 7 public September 2 and officially launched a recall September 15. In the US, customers can exchange their affected Galaxy Note 7 for a replacement device , for another premium Samsung smartphone or a refund.

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14-year-old boy charged in school shooting

The hearing did not address whether the prosecution will move to try the teen, whose name has not been released, as an adult. Police are investigating possible motives, but said the teen was home schooled and possibly bullied. The judge agreed to that, and ordered the teen to be held in jail. Six-year-old Jacob Hall, one of the students who was shot by the teenager, was in critical condition at the Greenville Health System Children's Hospital.

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Mercedes Generation EQ SUV Electric Concept Announced In Paris

That would indeed be impressive range for Mercedes' first all-electric SUV, but the Generation EQ will supposedly pack some power as well - Mercedes says its electric truck will accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under 5 seconds.

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Electrics touted at Paris car show

Most of BMW's senior executives are skipping the Paris vehicle show to deliberate on their own electric-car initiatives, while Volkswagen, Audi's parent, unveiled the battery-powered I.D. "The mobility of the future at Mercedes-Benz will stand on four pillars: Connected, Autonomous, Shared und Electric", said Zetsche. The all-new smart fortwo Electric Drive has a range of 160 kilometres, but pricing for Canada has yet to be announced .

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Euros fight back from morning sweep to pull to 5-3

Nearly as impressive as the Americans winning all the foursomes matches in the morning was the way Europe battled back. When Rory McIlroy rolled in a 15-foot eagle putt, ending the match, one commentator said, "I didn't see any mud on the ball".

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Europe's Rosetta probe lands on comet after 12 years

In the two-minute short, you can see Rosetta slowly descend to the surface of its comet, softly touching down not far from the Philae lander sleeping silently nearby. Philae ended up trapped between a rock and a cliff and it was only very recently that the orbiter discovered its final resting place. "It" exciting.

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Clinton leads Trump in Florida

The poll also broke down each candidate's support by geography, which showed Clinton with an advantage over Trump in the southeast portion of the state, where she leads 58% to 29%. The poll also had good news for U.S. Senate candidate and former GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio. Some 56% of American adults who watched the debate said Mrs Clinton won, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday.

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Surgical strikes were long overdue, say Ludhianvis

Russian Federation has said it expected Islamabad to take "effective" steps to stop the activities of terrorist groups in its territory as it voiced concern over "aggravation" of the situation along the Line of Control between India and Pakistan.

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News outlets stand by their 'bogus' post-debate 'polls'

The poll showed Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein garnering six percent and three percent, respectively. The poll surveyed 694 S.C. Both candidates are viewed unfavorably by a majority of poll respondents, with 55 percent disapproving of each. Gonzales, however, said these two candidates already have the support of their loyal base within their own respective parties.

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Europe's comet probe Rosetta ends 12-year mission with crash

The orbiting spacecraft was not created to land on the comet but by making a controlled descent and impact, it was thought possible to gather more pictures and data on the way down. But Rosetta was the first to orbit a comet, the first to follow one around the sun and the first to send a probe to thesurface of a comet's nucleus.

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US Regulators Issue Official Review Of Samsung Note 7 Smartphones

Samsung has confirmed that it has shipped 500,000 replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to US retailers so that consumers may start the exchange program. The Federal Aviation Administration and New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority and several authorities in other countries had warned about carrying Samsung Note 7 on travel.

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India evacuates border villages after raid on militants in Pakistan

Similar reception was given to the United States President Barack Obama when he was invited to the celebrations of Republic Day of India in New Delhi . The statement said the UN Chief urges both sides to "exercise maximum restraint" and take "immediate steps to de-escalate the situation". He said that India has proved that it did not accept Pakistan and the latest episode of firing at LOC is a glaring example of it.

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Obama Welcomes Team USA to White House

Obama attributed part of the success of the U.S. Olympic team to its diversity. For Phelps, the tax bill for his five golds and one silver won in Rio could be steep - as much as $55,000. For several selfies and a run-in with Obama family dogs Bo and Sunny , check out some of the best social media moments of runners exploring the White House .

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Elon Musk outlines plan to make Mars colonization more affordable

Russian Federation plans a heavy-lift rocket and crewed spaceship for travel to the moon and other destinations, Vladimir Sointsev, director of Russia's RSC Energia, said at the conference on Monday. "What I really want to do try to achieve here is make Mars seem possible, make it seem as though it's something we can do in our lifetimes, and that you can go", Musk said at the start of his keynote.

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With a robot's help, explorer discovers that underwater cave is world's deepest

Polish cave diver Krzysztof Starnawski , 48, who led the expedition, said he felt like a " Columbus of the 21st century " to have made the discovery of the 404 metre (1,325ft) deep cave near the eastern Czech town of Hranice. On Sept. 27, 2016, the team used a remotely-operated underwater robot, or ROV, to search for the cave's bottom. He told National Geographic , which sponsored his most recent expedition, that hot water saturated with carbon dioxide bubbled up like a volcano, and made ...

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Trump starts looking to second debate, claims first one was 'rigged'

Trump Hotels paid an American consulting firm in 1998 to help the company in the event the US loosened trade restrictions, and ultimately made it look like a charity payment, according to Newsweek. Mr Trump and his campaign surrogates have hinted that he may take off the gloves and invoke Bill Clinton's marital infidelities in the second debate .

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All-new Land Rover Discovery makes spectacular debut

The 2017 Land Rover Discovery features a stunning new look, and comes rocking a more futuristic look than previous models. It embodies Land Rover's drive to go Above and Beyond, combining British desirability with an unstoppable spirit of adventure.

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Report says Obama administration failed to follow health law

Eighteen relatives attended the White House event and shook the president's hand, according to the AP. When the athletes presented him with a pair of team-signed surfboards - symbolizing a sport that will be added to the Olympic program beginning in 2020 - he joked, "I'm going to have a lot of time to surf next year".

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Rosetta ends mission by crashing into comet

The sun's light is now too weak to power the spacecraft for much longer and mission control opted to end the mission with a collision while they could. By the time the comet reached perihelion, its closest approach to the sun, it was spewing up to 300 kilograms of water vapor - enough to fill two bathtubs - every second.

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Matthew strengthens to a major hurricane: NHC

A hurricane watch may be required for Jamaica later Friday , forecasters said. Forecasters expect the storm to turn west-northwest by Saturday night and turn northwest on Sunday . It had maximum sustained winds of 140 miles per hour (220 kmh), according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami . It had sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, just enough to make it a category 1 hurricane .


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