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Hype falls flat as Liverpool and Manchester United cancel each other out

Just as strikers can be very streaky, going on long goal-scoring runs then suffering equally lengthy dry spells, goalkeepers often find themselves having hard periods once they have dropped their guard even once. "You have to be critical of Liverpool ". "I think we've got a fantastic squad that is ready and capable of challenging". "People expected us to come here and be really in trouble, which we were not".

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Best Buy Offering Great Deal On Google's Pixel Smartphones

According to a new report from Android Police , the current generation line up of Nexus smartphones might be set to receive a developer preview of Android 7.1 by the end of the year but it is likely that Google will keep some features from its latest operating system exclusive to its flagship Pixel smartphones.

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After glitch, Orbital ATK will launch Antares rocket Monday night

As the Antares streaked through the night sky from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, it appeared as though all the work had paid off. Launch controllers applauded when the supply ship reached orbit and victory was declared. It is meant resupply the International Space Station ('ISS'). Although it took longer to resume flights at Wallops than expected, he noted, "it was done right, and that was the most important thing".

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Over 150 nations commit to reduce greenhouse gases

Super-efficient, cost effective cooling technologies are also being developed, which can help protect the climate both through reducing HFCs emissions and by using less energy. They are also the fastest growing greenhouse gas, with emissions increasing by up to 10% each year, the United Nations Environment Programme ( Unep ) said.

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FAA banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from all flights

United States carriers have also refused to ship such smartphones by plane and have imposed strict conditions under which they will transport phones. Samsung said in a statement that it is working with the department to make customers aware of the ban .

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Dubai Airports prohibit Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Etihad Airways and Emirates had on Sunday announced a complete ban the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones being carried on their flights. Customers can also choose to return the phone for a refund. Did you buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung Galaxy Gear VR as a package and have you been left holding the Gear? Customers looking to bring a Galaxy Note 7 on a plane should think twice.

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Lawmaker eyes way around casino expansion loss — APNewsBreak

This has been tried before in New Jersey. The fight ended after a deal was worked out in which Atlantic City casinos would pay racetracks $30 million per year to keep slots out of racetracks. Caputo says 18 percent of the machines' take would go to the horse racing industry to help it compete with slot-subsidized tracks in Pennsylvania and NY.

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Spectacular Meteor Shower to be Seen Thursday Night in Northern Illinois

GETTYThe Orionids Meteor Shower will light up the night sky this weekWhere is the best place to watch the Orionids Meteor Shower? However, it might be hard to view due to clouds and a bright, waning gibbous moon, which will limit visibility.

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Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger out indefinitely after knee surgery

With Roethlisberger out, Tomlin said Landry Jones will be the starter on Sunday and that he'll receive all of the first-team reps this week during practice. Looking fresher and more physical, the unit had few of the missed tackles which plagued the Dolphins in earlier games, and came up with two interceptions, the first since Week 1.

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Facebook, Twitter weigh bids for media rights to India cricket league

In 2009, Sony paid Dollars 1.63 billion for IPL's television broadcasting rights, the report said. This change, experts said, will also make it hard for digital or worldwide bidders to compete for those rights. The television rights are now held by Sony Pictures Network India (SPNI) and expire after the 2017 IPL season. "To have as many as 18 prospective bidders in the fray reinstates the faith of market forces in Indian Premier League", he added.

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Antares Rocket Takes Off to ISS

EDT or 2340 GMT yesterday marked the booster's return to flight a couple of years after its previous version exploded during liftoff. The last Antares launch, on October 28, 2014, ended in disaster a few seconds after liftoff due to a problem with the booster's refurbished, Soviet-era engines.

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Samsung (SSNLF) Having a 'Marketing Breakdown' at Airports Worldwide

Over the weekend, the U.S. Department of Transportation imposed a ban on the device from all U.S. flights, citing safety concerns. On October 11, Samsung Electronics reportedly said that it is ending production of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones permanently, which was a day after it halted global sales of the star-crossed devices.

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FX releases new promo for Marvel's Legion TV series

Whether these action scenes are real or are only happening within David's messed-up psyche, they're awesome to see either way. All in all, it may be best that Legion is a standalone show-you don't really need the X-Men to show up with eye-lasers and adamantium claws when the real conflict is a journey into one man's mind.

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NASA Launches Orbital ATK's Cygnus Spacecraft for 6th ISS Cargo Resupply Mission

The accident, which occurred while the rocket was being fueled for a routine prelaunch test, has temporarily grounded SpaceX, the only company apart from Orbital now contracted by NASA to fly cargo to the space station. It is scheduled depart the space station on November 18. Flames spewed underneath an Antares rocket Monday night, as it successfully launched from NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility.

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Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten pressure Malcolm Turnbull over gun laws

Late Tuesday, Troy Grant, the leader of the NSW Nationals Party and Minister for Police and Justice, told the ABC he would seek the state cabinet's support to free up imports by making gun owners state their goal for owning the firearm. "They claim the mantle, they're not fit to clean his shoes on this issue". "Not content with a tirade of foul-mouthed abuse, this representative of the CEFMU goes on to make one of those menacing threats that none of us would ever wish to hear", Mr Turnbull ...

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Obama urges early voting for Hillary Clinton

He also told his supporters to look at the Facebook page belonging to Natasha Stoynoff, a writer for People who wrote a firsthand account for the magazine alleging Trump assaulted her during a 2005 interview. "We are drowning in it". Earlier Friday, Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence defended Trump. Many came ready with signs and Trump-themed gear.

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Samsung plans to compensate Galaxy Note 7 parts suppliers

Department of Transportation imposed a ban on the device from all U.S. flights, citing safety concerns. Samsung has recalled more than two million Galaxy Note 7s after users reported defects with the lithium-ion batteries, which have been causing the smartphone to combust.

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John Kasich Bans Wells Fargo From State Business Over Culture of 'Greed'

Adams Diversified Equity Fund Inc.'s holdings in Wells Fargo & Co. were worth $34,030,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. Over the course of four years, that pressure led Wells workers to create 2 million credit-card and bank accounts for customers without their knowledge or consent in order to meet bruising sales quotas.

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Facebook's Oculus pushes virtual reality with new gear

The Touch comes with a second Oculus camera sensor bar, which is needed to avoid occlusion as you move the controllers around your body, and two games: VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken . Both Facebook and Oculus also gave more details on their separate social VR experiences. Additionally, it was also announced that the minimum specs required to run the Oculus Rift are being lowered too.

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Samsung to compensate all suppliers

If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. The good news is that Samsung has anticipated this because according to reports , it seems that Samsung has actually setup trade-in booths at airports around the world.

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The Insider Activity Don't Lie: U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB)

First Financial Bancorp (NASDAQ:FFBC) last released its earnings results on Thursday, July 21st. In Zoetis Inc. (NYSE:ZTS) latest quarter ended on 30 Jun 2016, company revealed earnings of $0.49 a share. Bancorp generated almost $5.4B in sales and net income of $0.82/share. Teachers Advisors Inc. now owns 90,571 shares of the company's stock valued at $1,176,000 after buying an additional 11,170 shares in the last quarter.

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Flight evacuated after smartphone catches fire --> Flight evacuated after smartphone catches fire

Samsung Electronics Co said in a statement it was working to recover the device and to understand the cause. We'll have to wait to see what the device was before knowing the fallout from this event. The incident prompted fresh investigations by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Federal Aviation Administration. Samsung said multiple times that the battery issue was resolved in safe Galaxy Note 7 units.

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New PlayStation Virtual Reality has hit the shelves

Although it's likely to be a niche usage, if you can plug it into your phone or PS4, that's some added functionality that could be important as VR headset makers become more competitive in the future. "Bright light sources directly behind the person using PS VR, lights coming in from windows and room lights, and lights reflecting off mirrors can interfere with the PS Camera and interrupt the tracking of the LED lights on the headset".

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Hurricane Matthew blamed for 4 U.S. deaths, sparks flash-flood fears

But in the end, the hurricane skirted Florida's heavily populated Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach area and sideswiped cities farther north, including Daytona Beach, Vero Beach, Cape Canaveral and Jacksonville, without its center ever actually coming ashore in Florida.

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You Can Now Exchange Your Galaxy Note 7 at the Airport

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (Caap) announced yesterday a ban on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units not only in all aircraft but also in all airports nationwide. said Tuesday that it will take any Note 7 phones discovered at airports and follow existing procedures for any hazardous material. The company is reportedly investigating the entire manufacturing process and how users handle the phone to unearth issues, if any, with actions such uploading videos, photos or any other ...

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Earth's 16-month record heat streak ends but warming remains

Scientists have said there's a 99% chance that 2016 will end up as the warmest year, once the final three months of the year are figured in. September was 0.89 degrees Celsius above the 20th-century average, missing last year's record for the month by just 0.04 degrees Celsius, according to the report.

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Samsung faces potential class action in US over Note 7

The lawsuit doesn't focus on the fires and overheating that sparked two recalls - the initial phone, then the replacement version Samsung released - but on the ongoing costs of paying for the devices and cell plans they were not able to use safely.

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Thieves snatch purse at gas station in blink of an eye

Once the victim is distracted by entering her card for gas, one of the thieves crouches down between the two vehicles, opens her driver-side door and quickly pulls out her handbag. He opened her front door, grabbed a purse and quickly slipped back into his vehicle. Police are searching for a silver four-door Toyota Camry with dark tints.

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Chinese astronauts enter space station following docking

A Chinese spacecraft carrying two astronauts has successfully docked with the uncrewed Tiangong-2 space lab, according to Chinese media reports. Shenzhou-11, which was launched Monday morning from northwest China's Gobi Desert, began to approach Tiangong-2 automatically at 1:11 a.m.

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Sprint Now Offers Unlimited Data on Tablets For $20 Per Month

Sprint is pushing a new tablet-related promotion tied to its recent unlimited data moves, allowing the big-screened devices to access services for $20 per month. Purchase a device from Sprint's wide selection of available tablets. To be eligible, customers must enroll in AutoPay automatic billing and have at least one active phone line on their account.

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Maswings, Malindo bans Note 7 onboard

The order states that: "If passengers attempt to travel by air with their Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices, they will be denied boarding unless and until the passenger removes the phone from their person as well as carry-on and checked luggage".

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Rich nations say on track for promised $100 billion climate finance

Those plants alone will emit 6.5 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide a year - almost nine times Canada's annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Partnering with the federal government through SaskPower and the International CCS Knowledge Centre to develop CCS technology for coal plants to enable post-combustion technology and securing recognition for investments made by the people of Saskatchewan through SaskPower in CCS technology.

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West Virginia-Texas Tech Preview Capsule

The first quarter had its share of frustrations for the Mountaineers. Not a great time for the Red Raiders to be limited at quarterback, with OU coming to Lubbock this week. "It's always good when the other side of the ball is doing great", he said. With this performance, it would be very easy to overreact. WVU is 5-0 and 2-0 in conference play.

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Samsung offers $100 incentive to trade in Note 7 phones

The South Korean company, the world's largest manufacturer of smartphones, also widened its recall to 1.9 million Note 7 phones, which includes the 1 million Galaxy Note 7s initially recalled on September 15. A $25 total bill credit for a customer who exchanges a Note7 for a refund or other branded smartphone. "We are committed to doing everything we can to make this right".

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Germany wants Tesla to stop using term 'autopilot'

Tesla's Autopilot had come under intense scrutiny after a Tesla Model S driver was killed while using the technology. A spokesperson for the ministry, confirmed a report in the daily Bild am Sonntag (BamS), according to the Federal Motor Transport Authority ( KBA ).


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