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Google Nexus lineup says goodbye to make way for Pixel

The bottom of the back also sports a "G" logo, indicating its "Made by Google " origins. What it failed to mention was that it is going to be the only smartphone with Google Assistant. The sales of the Google Pixel may be kept a secret, just the same as they were with the Nexus 6P as Google isn't known to share the sales numbers openly, nor do we know what target they have set for the devices.

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President Obama Is Psyched About Putting Americans on Mars Before 2040

The president also guest edited the November issue of Wired Magazine, themed "Frontiers". There was that time in 2012 when he said the Curiosity rover was inspiring kids to tell "their moms and dads they want to be part of a Mars mission - maybe even the first person to walk on Mars".

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Death toll rises to 13 as storm sweeps up US Southeast coast

Augustine to Jacksonville Beach". Officials in Florida, which has been grappling with an outbreak of Zika, said they hoped the flooding would not worsen the spread of the mosquito-borne virus, which causes fever and birth deformities.

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Chinese Space Station to Plummet to Earth

But China, with ambitions to become the next space giant, is building its own space station. China's Tiangong-1 space station has been orbiting the planet for about 5 years now, but recently it was decommissioned and the Chinese astronauts returned to the surface.

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Cuphead's release date bounces to Mid

According to the developer, the decision to delay the game was necessarry "in order to ship with our vision intact". Though originally meant to launch in fall of this year, the developers behind Cuphead have announced the game won't be jumping onto your Xbox One and PC until sometime in 2017.

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Putin cancels France trip after Hollande remarks

He said more details would be revealed as soon as the final agreement was reached. French President Fracois Hollande said he may snub Russia's Vladimir Putin in Paris next week and suggested Moscow should be taken to the International Criminal Court over "war crimes" committed in the Syrian city of Aleppo.

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Trump puts Clinton's energy policy on trial in epic debate take down

While both candidates pledged to help beleaguered coal miners , Trump doubled down on his support for fossil fuel production while Clinton said the country must gradually decouple its economy from coal, oil, and natural gas . "[It's] so good, especially when you have $20 trillion in debt". All you have to do is go to a great place like West Virginia or places like OH, which is phenomenal, or places like Pennsylvania and you see what they're doing to the people, miners and others in the ...

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More than 100,00 elephants killed for ivory over decade, new figures reveal

Africa is divided over how to conserve elephants whose population has plummeted in the last decade. Sponsored content: Download the latest Expert Edition on Identity Management. The Department of Environmental Affairs however says the CITES conference is an opportunity for South Africa to showcase its rich biodiversity and successful conservation initiatives based on sustainable-use management practices.

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Scotland's David Marshall: What I'm expecting from Slovakia clash

The 31-year-old Hull City keeper said: "You are always looking to win your home games in the group". There is still a long way to go and I think there are a few upsets in the group still to come, so hopefully we can get a good result on Tuesday and the boys will be confident.

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Proud Strachan dismisses questions over Scotland future

The 32-year-old midfielder picked up a dead leg during the 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw with Lithuania on Saturday and had to leave the action at half time. "They've put so much work in over the last couple of games and got little reward". "At this moment in time the people I feel sorry for are the players", he said.

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Samsung Galaxy C9 Teaser In China Has 6GB RAM And 4000mAh Battery

Samsung boasts of its powerful phablets Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J7 2016. According to GSMArena, this seems to be the same device that was leaked on the FCC certification site as well as on import site Zauba. The device is also said to be fitted with a 16MP rear camera and will come with a huge 4000mAh battery. A new - albeit still unconfirmed - handset from the South Korea-based mobile manufacturer, Samsung, dubbed as Samsung Galaxy C9, has just passed through a certification ...

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Clinton takes double-digit lead over Trump in weekend poll

Trump's running mate, Mike Pence , signaled he succeeded in averting imminent disaster. "Indeed, he is not simply seen as a risky candidate by members of the Democratic Party, but virtually no single credible GOP foreign-policy advisor has joined his team", it said adding that this is because Trump either undercuts or has placed himself in opposition to the best foreign-policy traditions of the Republican party and to the standards and ideals of every GOP administration in modern history.

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Barry Switzer: You Can't Bench Dak Prescott When Tony Romo Comes Back

We're not used to giving up 180 yards rushing. " We're going to have the luxury of being able to, I think, see them both ", Cowboys owner and de facto czar Jerry Jones said . It doesn't hurt that Elliott is running behind an outstanding offensive line, maybe the best in the National Football League, one that paved the way for DeMarco Murray to run for 1,845 yards in 2014.

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Sanders too embarrassed to repeat Trump comments about women

He made four MI stops yesterday to campaign for Hillary Clinton , and says she now backs numerous proposals he pushed in his bid for the party's nomination. While Republicans are tormented by their ties to Trump, Sanders will be barnstorming across the country on behalf of Democrats running for the House and Senate, while he continues his vigorous campaigning for Clinton.

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That's Not How Our Locker Room Talks

However, he denied ever kissing women against their will or groping women without consent in the high-temperatured and high-stake debate. "What we all saw and heard on Friday was Donald talking about women". Period. It can't be repeated enough. If men only feel they can say something when there are no women around, they shouldn't be saying it at all. His take on Trump's locker room dodge? No doubt the locker room is an interesting place.

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Tech giants race for edge in artificial intelligence

An analyst at investment banker William Blair, Anil Doradla, stated that Google's Pixel handset is another science project, and it is not a competitive threat to Apple's devices, Forbes reported. It's also worth mentioning that the Pixel set a new record for getting the highest marks that DxOMark has ever doled out, scoring 89 points. Google even claims it has the best smartphone camera on the planet.

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New Google Pixel phones use electronic image stabilization over OIS

Google has announced the developer preview of Android 7.1 is launching later this month, October 2016. Google vice president of engineering Dave Burke said in post on the Android Developers Blog that Android 7.1 would feature mostly incremental updates to Nougat, but have a couple new features as well.

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You Can Now Request an Uber Right From Apple Maps

But some users said that the upgrade froze or crashed their Apple devices or required that they connect to the iTunes app on their computers. But things got off to a wrong start when many users updating the OS reported that their devices were being bricked or, in other words, becoming inoperable.

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"Stop Using the Device" — Samsung Issues Warning

SAMSUNG WOES: Shares in Samsung Electronics fell 7 percent after the company said it was halting sales of its Note 7 smartphones. "Because consumers' safety remains our top priority, Samsung will ask all carrier and retail partners globally to stop sales and exchanges of the Galaxy Note 7 while an investigation is taking place", the statement said.

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ESPN airs feature on Pats Martellus Bennett and his brother

Bennett also threw quarterback Jay Cutler under the bus. Just two months ago, he called Cutler the "worst quarterback in the National Football League". Martellus Bennett was traded to the Patriots in March. Martellus Bennett opens up about his old team and it's not pretty. The Bears went 8-8, 5-11 and 6-10 in Bennett's three seasons in Chicago.

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Derrick Rose says he smelled 'rape' setup early

Rose concluded testimony Tuesday under questioning by attorneys for the woman who filed the $21.5 million lawsuit claiming she was the victim of a sexual assault in 2013. Fitzgerald said it was not a frivolous matter and told the woman's lawyers to prove the texts had been disclosed. The defense lawyers said they happened to be looking at exhibits handed to them in a binder Friday and noticed texts that hadn't been disclosed before the trial.

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Kings become second National Basketball Association team to announce jersey sponsor

The floodgates now are open and next up are the Sacramento Kings . The team agreed to partner with Blue Diamond, the world's leading almond brand, per the Kings website. "For decades, Blue Diamond Almonds have been one of Sacramento's most well-known products around the country", said Kings' president Chris Granger .

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Hurricane Matthew Weakens Along South Carolina Coast

Also, the school announced that Thursday night's football game between the Pirates and the U.S. Naval Academy has been postponed until November 19. Across the U.S., about 1,000 flights were canceled Saturday, most originating from the U.S.

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Matthew triggers severe flooding North Carolina

Sunday. The storm caused downed power lines, beach erosion, flooding and at one point plunged more than 1 million people into the dark. Matthew whipped North Carolina on Sunday morning, causing "record-breaking" flooding and blowing powerful winds after killing 10 people in three states.

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Drone Pic Helps Texas Man Save Twin Trapped in NC

Craig Williams was anxious about his brother, Chris, and contacted WFMY News 2 early Sunday morning. "I tried to track down every emergency services in North Carolina and I found a bunch of numbers and I called them all, and they were all either busy or their phone services were down", Craig Williams said.

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No Man's Sky registers a new Negative Record on Steam

For the past couple of years or so, it seemed like the game had everything it needed to become the next big thing, however, it turns out that the final product ended up offering far less than what was promised by developer Hello Games. When asked why Sean Murray or Hello Games remained radio silent, Weir responded that it's up to the studio to say something and that he isn't in any position to do so.

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Trump Goes After Clinton's Health in New Ad

Titled 'Dangerous, ' the 30-second campaign commercial mostly focuses on the global fallout from Clinton's tenure as America's secretary of state. The ad uses images of Clinton coughing, being helped after tripping on a stairway and footage of her nearly falling as the Secret Service escorted her from last month's 9/11 memorial service.

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Samsung halts Note 7 sales, tells customers to stop using

This issue will be the knock-on consequences on the reputation of the Note 7 series devices. Torching the Note 7 is the right call. What do I do! "Consumers need to be kept in the loop here because they've put trust in Samsung's brand", Roll said.

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Facebook Has 'Something New' For Oculus Reveals Mark Zuckerberg

Oculus announced today that the Touch will be launching in December 2017 with a price point of $200, with pre-orders opening up on October 10. "We are incredibly pleased to announce a collaboration with Walt Disney Studios, one of the most recognizable names in storytelling", Oculus content producer Yelena Rachitsky said during a presentation at the company's Connect conference.

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Activists arrested after shutting five Canada-US oil pipelines

Across the country nine people were arrested. The disruptions were carried out in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, which is fighting construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on lands in North Dakota that it considers sacred.

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More Than 400 Potential Mumps Cases Have Been Reported In Arkansas

More precisely, 9 vaccines out of a total 10 have been administered more often among children population meaning that 72.6 percent of them were vaccinated during previous year. Due to the more than 30 schools reporting that they have one or more suspected cases, the Arkansas Department of Health issued an order requiring students with a measles , mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine exemption to stay at home for nearly a month if they were exposed to the virus.

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Apple stock hits highest since December on Samsung Note 7 fire crisis

Stock in the world's biggest smartphone maker tumbled eight per cent, sending Seoul stocks sliding 1.2 per cent after the tech giant told customers to stop using their Galaxy Note 7 devices and called a halt to worldwide sales as U.S. More harmful could be the damage to the brand's reputation. "If this [problem] can occur in a top-of-the line product, it suggests that something may be fundamentally at fault with Samsung's engineering, manufacturing or sourcing processes", noted Charles ...

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Tesaro's ovarian cancer drug benefits all patients in study

Nirapirb is a PARP inhibitor, PARPS being enzymes used to fix damaged DNA. " Celgene continues to evaluate the safety and efficacy of ABRAXANE in patients with particularly challenging advanced diseases or with co-morbidities that limit their treatment options", said Michael Pehl, President, Hematology and Oncology for Celgene .

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Obama to talk sports, race, achievement and Clinton in NC

The 1Million Project is a multi-year plan to connect low-income U.S. high school students lacking a reliable source of Internet access at home. Claure says Sprint will attempt to stay "flexible" on which devices the students can choose. "These kids won't be disadvantaged their whole lives, maybe they will look at us as good guys when they make their purchase decision", Claure said.

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Outside fires banned in Alabama amid wildfire threat

Monday, began near the 6100 block of Dry Creek Road, between Mount Veeder and Wall roads. Coleen Vansant of the Alabama Forestry Commission says the fire alert took effect Monday and covers 46 of the state's 67 counties. The Napa County Sheriff's Office says mandatory evacuations are in place for Campbell Flats and Campbell Creek. Cool overnight temperatures Monday, coupled with high humidity and low wind, helped firefighters bat down the flames, McLean said.


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