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Tom Brady's back for Patriots

Oh yeah, the 406 yards passing and three touchdowns, all to Martellus Bennett, a tight end he'd never thrown to in a real game. The big question will be; does Tom Brady still have that fire in him to defeat them? In Rob Gronkowski's estimation, "Tom always brings the ampness to the table".

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Pandora Plus Launched As Pandora Gets A New Look

Scelzo told Fast Company that the new logo went through over 1,000 iterations before the new one was finally announced . Pandora's upcoming Plus service is now live in the United States for those who have been considering a subscription to it.

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Samsung might do away with the 'Note' brand altogether

In all, the recall involves 1.9 million handsets - a number that includes the initial one million units involved in the initial September 15 recall, just about doubling that amount when replacements and newly shipped units are factored in. Instead, Note 7 owners can exchange their units for other smartphones made by Samsung or other manufacturers, depending on the retailer. Consumers can receive a refund or free exchange for a new replacement phone, plus incentives.

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Galaxy Note 7 replacements officially recalled in U.S. by CPSC

The owners of explosion-prone large smartphone Galaxy Note 7 are able to refund or exchange their device from Thursday until the end of this year, according to Samsung Electronics. "Samsung's meltdown is a big opportunity for Google to do far better with Pixel than it has with its previous Nexus devices", said Richard Windsor, analyst at Edison Investment Research.

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Donald Trump insulted practically everybody: Hillary Clinton

The New York Times published interviews with two women who said they were touched inappropriately by the billionaire without their permission. The revelation prompted a flood of Republicans to revoke their support for Trump, with some even calling for him to drop out of the race - though a handful of GOP officials have since switched back to supporting their party's nominee.

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Canandaigua National Bank Trust Co Lowers stake in Apple (AAPL)

Apple now has a consensus rating of "Buy" and an average target price of $126.34. Finally, Stifel Nicolaus reaffirmed a "buy" rating and set a $120.00 price target on shares of Apple in a research note on Friday, September 16th. Several executives took part in recent insider activity for the stock. In other Apple news, SVP Angela J. Ahrendts sold 25,000 shares of the stock in a transaction on Monday, July 18th.

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Philippines' ties with China and the United States

Russel said Manila's developing dialogue with China was "in principle" a good thing, provided it was conducted on terms acceptable to the Philippines and consistent with worldwide law. Do not prepare, I told Defense Secretary Lorenzana. I do not want it anymore. Duterte has said he does not mind if the USA pulls out its assistance to the Philippines as he can always strengthen ties with China and Russian Federation.

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Haiti in mourning as burials for dead begin after Hurricane Matthew

National Hurricane Center said . But Florida still faced its most unsafe hurricane in living memory. Matthew will track away from the Mid-Atlantic coast during Sunday, taking our rainfall with it. People in Florida were warned to evacuate - although in some places only 50% of people are estimated to have followed that instruction. The National Weather Service issued serious warnings to Florida, Georgia and SC residents Friday, putting Matthew in the same league as Katrina as far as ...

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Motives for 'intentional' CT plane crash investigated by FBI

Josh Litwin told the Hartford Courant . According to his Facebook page, Freitekh was born and raised in Jordan, a primarily Muslim country between Israel and Saudi Arabia. The crash site is a short distance from the airport, across the Connecticut River and in line with the runway. The plane exploded in a fireball on Tuesday in East Hartford, about 120 miles (192 kilometers) northeast of NY.

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Nobel prize in medicine honors Japanese research on how cells degrade, recycle

Ohsumi was born in Fukuoka, Japan, and received a doctorate from the University of Tokyo before doing research at Rockefeller University in NY. In a separate interview with broadcaster NHK, he said he had "always wanted to do something that other people wouldn't do".

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Pence chides woman calling for 'revolution' if Clinton wins

Mike Pence has reaffirmed his support for embattled Republican nominee Donald Trump, but that doesn't mean Trump's running mate agrees with everything supporters say. "If Hillary Clinton gets in, I myself, I'm ready for a revolution because we can't have her in", she said. "That doesn't sound like politics, that sounds like obstruction and the American people are sick and exhausted of it", Pence said.

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LG to Launch Their 15W Wireless Charger This Month

Wireless charging pad is a device that supplies electricity to Smartphones. This means within 30 minutes, you can juice up to 50% of the battery. Its aptly named Quick Wireless Charging Pad is so powerful that it'll zap 50 percent into a flat battery in just 30 minutes, or a full charge in 90 minutes, which matches that of the fastest wired chargers.

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Federal report cites bias by San Francisco police

Mayor Ed Lee said that he is "directing the leadership of SFPD and the Police Commission to implement the DOJ's 272 recommendations as soon as possible, and with one specific goal: Fair and just policing that treats everyone the same and places the sanctity of life above all else", according to the San Francisco Chronicle .

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Apple Pay arrives in New Zealand

It's not the first mobile payment service in New Zealand , but it's the first for iPhone owners without needing a tag stuck to your phone. Apple Pay is now available in New Zealand for ANZ customers with an iPhone. You can also use Apple Pay in Safari on any Mac introduced in or after 2012 running macOS Sierra and confirm the payment with iPhone 6 or later or Apple Watch.

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Trailer Explains Combat Rigs

According to Forbes, at 130GB, players with standard Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game consoles with 500 GB hard drives will use roughly a third of their available space with the game. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's multiplayer will introduce the next stage in evolution for the loadout system as the new Combat Rigs provide the option for players to customise to a particular playstyle.

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Record Flooding In North Carolina After Hurricane Matthew

A man carries personal items through a flooded street caused by remnants of Hurricane Matthew on October 11, 2016 in Fair Bluff, North Carolina . (Chuck Liddy/The Charlotte Observer via AP). This aerial photo reveals the extent of flood damage on Edisto Island in SC. So far, 2,000 people have been rescued from the floodwaters in North Carolina, which have been steadily rising since Hurricane Matthew dumped two-days of rain on most of the state's 100 counties.

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A fireproof box for Note 7 returns — Samsung's latest invention

The company said on its website was asking all carrier and partners to cease selling or exchanging the phones. "Samsung is working with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to investigate the recently reported cases involving the Galaxy Note7".

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OnePlus launches exclusive OnePlus e-commerce store in India

Other competing global brand have already taken this route - For example Xiaomi, who opened their online store more than a year back, and they have been successful in garnering decent product sales from their online store. The website oneplusstore.in, not only stocks company's "flagship killer" handsets, but will serves as a repository for a wide range of accessories and exclusive merchandise.

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CoroCoro Pokemon Leak Reveals Alolan Grimer, More New Pokemon

It evolves when Type: Null finds a trainer they can trust and they break off its helmet. Popplio, the Water type starter, evolves into Brionne. This is similar to Arceus, however, it is unknown if its a single item that can change the typing or there will be multiple like is the case with Arceus.

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Not One, But Two Syria Talks Scheduled For The Weekend

Zhirinovsky's comments coincide with deep disagreements between Washington and Moscow over Syria and Ukraine and after the White House last week accused Russian Federation of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations.

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Speaker Ryan responds to Donald Trump's jibes, urges more focus on Democrats

The Associated Press reported in March 2015 that the private server Clinton used as secretary of state was located in the basement of her NY home. It didn't. "I respect that", Trump said . It is not clear immediately what he meant. One said Ryan told Republicans to do what "you think is right personally, and what you need to do politically".

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Google's Pixel Phones Are Up For Pre-Orders On Flipkart From Today

So that's exactly what you see: the well-known bar from google.com slowly morphing into a phone's outline, and then the Pixel itself, again highlighted as the "Phone by Google". Google Pixel will also be Daydream ready, Google's own VR platform for smartphones. Both the phones comes with the Android's latest OS Nougat 7.0 version.

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Hacked US emails not of interest: Putin

A brief ceasefire in Syria that was brokered by Russian Federation and the United States collapsed last month. Instead of marching outside the Russian embassy to protest against the country's involvement in Syria, the Corbyn spokesperson said Labour's frontbench team would focus on holding diplomatic discussions with the country.

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Qantas returns to Beijing after 7-year absence

Tourism Australia managing director John O'Sullivan welcomed Qantas' return to Australia's fastest growing and most valuable tourism market. Qantas's resumption of flights to Beijing could bring more than 3000 Chinese tourists to Australia each week.

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TV audience falls sharply for second USA presidential debate

Trump has apologized for the comments on the recording, but also dismissed them as " locker room talk " and a distraction from the campaign. Thirty-four percent of likely voters said Trump won the debate. The second debate took place in the same time slot as NBC's popular "Sunday Night Football", which was watched by about 15 million Americans, Nielsen data showed.

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Obama: US "Will Take the Giant Leap to Mars"

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama sought Tuesday to reinvigorate his six-year-old call for the U.S.to send humans to Mars by the 2030s, a mission NASA has been slowly and quietly trudging away at. Bush administration and space policy chief at George Washington University. "When our Apollo astronauts looked back from space, they realized that while their mission was to explore the moon, they had 'in fact discovered the Earth,'" Obama wrote .

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Palestinian Attacker Kills 2 Israelis in Jerusalem

According to Reuters , at least two people - a policeman and a pass - are in a critical condition. Four wounded are now being treated at Jerusalem's Hadassah University Hospital , Mt. The al-Aqsa Mosque complex, known to Jews as Temple Mount, is the third-holiest site in Islam. The Palestinian terrorist who killed two Israeli's and injured six others on Sunday, was scheduled to be incarcerated on the same day for a prior offense.

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Analysts' Recommendations Stocks Traders Alert: Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK)

Let's take a deeper look at the December 2016 earnings forecast, particularly something that investors should watch closely when picking stocks. For the past 5 years, the company's revenue has grown 2%, while the company's earnings per share has grown 4.9%.

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At first post-debate rally, Trump continues talking about Bill Clinton's scandals

The video surfaced on the Washington Post's website on Friday afternoon. Trump has apologized for the comments on the recording, but also dismissed them as "locker room talk" and a distraction from the campaign. The campaign's plan, which was closely held and unknown to several of Trump's top aides, was thwarted just minutes before it could be executed when officials with the Commission on Presidential Debates intervened.

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Mark Zuckerberg to Unveil 'Something New' for Oculus Tomorrow

The long-awaited Oculus Touch controller has a release date at last. At Oculus Connect 3 , an October 10 pre-order was also set for the Oculus Earphones (also scheduled for a December 6 release). "We want hardware that's lighter form factor, that's smaller, that can do both VR and AR, that can do eye tracking hand tracking", he said to the Oculus Connect keynote crowd.

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Date and price announced for Oculus Touch controllers

The biggest event of the year, Oculus Connect 3 runs from 5 October to 7 October. The conference features over 40 technical talks, workshops, and roundtables. Known as Santa Cruz, the headset at first appears visually similar to the Oculus Rift, however upon closer inspection there is a clear lack of wires.

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3 win Nobel Prize in chemistry for world's tiniest machines

The tiny machines are built on a molecular scale and are a thousand times thinner than a strand of hair , reports the BBC . "The 2016 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry have miniaturized machines and taken chemistry to a new dimension", said the Royal Swedish Academy of Science.

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'Dragon Ball Super' episodes 62, 63, 64 and 65 Titles, Summaries Revealed

Meanwhile, episode 63 titled "Don't Defile Saiyan Cells!" "Dragon Ball Super" episode 62 is titled "I'll Protect the World!" As for Dragon Ball Super Episode 63, rumors are that Trunks will be seen struggling for his life against Black Goku and Zamasu.

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Hurricane Matthew downgraded to Category 1

Three deaths have been reported in North Carolina due to Hurricane Matthew, according to Gov. "Luckily, no damage to my house, so I'm happy", he said. But several communities nearby received extensive damage with water surging down some streets, and massive trees toppled over. She made it across safely.

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Google launches Sprayscape 360-degree landscape app

The Sprayscape is basically a mishmash of two things, VR and pictures. Unlike similar apps, including Google's own Cardboard Camera , Sprayscape doesn't simply capture a 360-degree sphere. And we love taking pictures. As soon as you've taken your 360-degree photo collage, you can share your photos with the rest of the world with the help of a link.


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