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Jeff Gordon unsure if Martinsville is his final race

Brian Scott had his best career Sprint Cup finish ever coming home second at Talladega. Joey Logano: Should have nightmares recurring from last season when his championship hopes were dashed at Martinsville when Matt Kenseth repaid a debt and wrecked him while leading.

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Tesla reports first quarterly profit for three years

Tesla announced last week it will build self-driving technology into all the electric cars it makes, running it in "shadow" mode to gather data on whether it is safer than having people in control. The automaker is also planning to cut capital costs for 2017. At the same time, GAAP total automotive gross margin and gross profit per auto increased substantially.

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Don't Buy the iPhone 8 If It Comes in Puny 4.7 Inches

Reports said the glass that will be used for the devices will come from Biel Crystal Manufactory and Lens Technology in China. That specific model might have a 5-inch display, but it would be released as an iPhone 8. The iPhone has been redesigned many times since it hit the market in 2007, but every handset has had the same face - two large bezels top and bottom and a round home button underneath the display.

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World Leaders Create Antarctic Marine Reserve

About 72 percent will be a no-take zone, where commercial fishing will be banned. Twenty-four countries and the European Union reached the unanimous deal at an worldwide meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources in Hobart, Australia on Friday.

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What Samsung lost after Galaxy Note 7 debacle

Samsung Electronics reported a sharp fall in its quarterly earnings Thursday as the unprecedented recall and discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones wiped out its mobile profit. The company's mobile division reported an operating profit of 100bn won, the lowest since the fourth quarter of 2008, and a plunge of almost 98% compared to the previous quarter.

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Ross Sea 35-year protection limit questioned

The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources on Friday agreed to safeguard more than one million square kilometres of the Ross Sea. Bloom said while the USA and other countries preferred permanent protections, the compromise "was necessary in order for this to be adopted". The agreement will take effect from December 2017 and, for most of the reserve, will last an initial 35 years.

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UNICEF Groups Urge Protection of Children Pushed Out of Migrant Camp

Officials then advised them to wait for an hour where mini buses were expected to pick them up. "However, it is disappointing that this is being carried out alongside the imminent demolition of the Jungle, which is creating fear and chaos in the camp", said Helle Thorning-Schmidt, CEO, Save the Children International.

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Tips for trick-or-treat safety this Halloween

Solobay said children should use glow sticks or flashlights so drivers can see them, and they should always be accompanied by an adult while trick-or-treating. Always walk on sidewalks or paths. Cross streets only at corners and crosswalks. Keep away from open flames or burning candles. Wait until an adult can check your candy before you eat any of it.

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Greens wants new Ross Sea zone policed

But some conservationists are concerned that timeframe is not long enough for a region with such rich biodiversity. "It is home to one third of the world's Adélie penguins, one quarter of all emperor penguins, one third of all Antarctic petrels, and over half of all South Pacific Weddell seals", he added.

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Syrian rebels launch Aleppo counterattack

According to Tasnim dispatches, heavy clashes erupted near Aleppo on Friday as the terror groups announced a massive attack to break the government's almost two-month siege of the rebel-held neighborhoods in eastern Aleppo . It added that Moscow will carefully monitor the global reaction to the shelling to see "who of our partners denounces terrorism, and who protects.

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Ronaldo hits hat-trick in Real comeback at Alaves

Seven days after emerging from the bench to hit a late victor for Real Madrid at home to Athletic Club, the Spain striker came on this time to net the third goal for Los Blancos away to Alaves. La Liga's primary whipping boys face a daunting trip to the Nou Camp on Saturday evening, with Barca expected to hand out a hammering. "When Cristiano scores and even better when he scores three".

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Nintendo Switch next-generation console makes its debut online

The trailer also shows a version a Skyrim and National Basketball Association 2K for the Nintendo Switch so this could mean that it will offer some proper games. " Nintendo Switch allows gamers the freedom to play however they like", said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America President and COO, in a press release .

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Twitter Bids Farewell to Vine

The news of Vine's closure comes after Twitter laid off 9 percent of its total staff in an effort to cut down costs, according to MacRumors . You will also be able to download your videos, in case you want to keep your works of art or something.

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Donald Trump's Toledo, Ohio Rally: The Photos You Need to See

The GOP nominee told the Springfield crowd every time you see a closed factory or wiped out community in OH, it was essentially caused by the Clintons and vowed to build brand new planes that will fly out of Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

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NASA has found Europe's Mars lander

ESA scientists have been decoding the data that the Schiaparelli lander transmitted before its signal was lost, "in order to establish correlations with the measurements made with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT)" and "to be able to reconstruct the chain of events with great accuracy".

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Philippine leader wants USA troops out

The comments follow a series of anti-American tirades by the firebrand leader, who has repeatedly attacked the United States while cozying up to Beijing, upending his nation's foreign policy. As the Philippine government has still not given China a green light to continue such activity, the state of affairs in the waters is such that the potential remains for a military conflict.

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All three models of iPhone 8 will have glass backs

The release of Apple's iPhone 7 was indeed the most awaited part of the year for most Apple fans, however, Apple once again brings out the excitement inside us because leaks have confirmed that the new iPhone 8 will bear glass front and back covers.

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Obama makes a promise about his wife

We can't say we didn't see this coming. It is rumored that Obama used the press to suggest that Trump should steer clear of any put downs toward the first lady, even as she has openly continued to criticize and chastise Trump. Starting right now, let's come together. Clinton entered the final stretch of the race with a resounding cash advantage over Trump: As of last week, her campaign and Democratic partners had $153 million in the bank, more than double what Trump's side had available.

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Windows 10 will bring 3-D to 2-D experiences

Microsoft's official site says the Surface Studio is readily available for pre-order in limited quantities and that it will start shipping on December 15. The Studio will be a powerhouse PC available with Intel i5 or i7 processors, an NVIDIA GeForce GPU with up to 4GB of memory and 32GB of memory for the system itself.

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This Apple iPhone 8 Rumor Will Surprise You

Customers are expecting Apple to improve iPhone 8's camera even further and introduce new camera capabilities to the handset. It's only a few weeks since Apple launched the iPhone 7, but the rumour mill is already cranking into gear with speculation about the company's next smartphone.

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Google Pixel Could Be Apple's Worst Nightmare; Same Profit Margins

He said if your Pixel or Pixel XL is experiencing this, there's no hardware defect that would require swapping out for a new phone. It now costs $769 (£719, AU$1,269) to buy a Pixel XL upfront, which gives it a similar cost-to-sales-price ratio in line with the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7.

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Apple iPhone 8 To Have Glass Body And High-End Specs

It is also rumoured that the iPhone 8 will have an edge-to-edge display with curves at the edges, so the phone's face is a large, uninterrupted screen with no bezels or buttons. 2017 being the 10 anniversary of Apple , we can expect some great improvements in features and functionality in iPhone 8 . The source informed the website that it can not be said with surety if there will be any impact on Foxconn's revenue next year, as the final decision on the design of the new metal frames is ...

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Planet Fitness Inc. (PLNT) Updates FY16 Earnings Guidance

The Company operates through three segments: Franchise, Corporate-owned stores and Equipment. Bucking the trend of general weakness in the active lifestyle retail space, Planet Fitness ( NYSE: PLNT ) continued to prove that its fitness experience model can outperform.

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Nintendo's New Gaming Console: Meet the Nintendo Switch

Actually, what we got is more of a product trailer than an actual announcement , but this trailer shows us exactly what we are getting along with some disgusting music. The price of the Switch, as well as its exact release date, are to be announced at a later date. The dock simply provides power and charging for the console and a TV output.

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Cuomo seeks Democratic takeover of State Senate

That's down from 70 percent four years ago and 11 points less than the 57 percent of Democrats who told PPIC survey takers that they were more excited than usual to vote. The party has devoted a large share of the funds to pay for its national voter mobilization program to benefit the entire Republican ticket. While nothing is set in stone until all the votes are counted, many political analysts are beginning to forecast a Democratic takeover of the Senate - as well as a strong ...

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Vice Presidential Nominee Tim Kaine Cancels Sarasota Stop

Giffords and her husband, retired American astronaut Mark Kelly , have started a political action committee called Americans for Responsible Solutions to promote gun control. Trump had a raucous outdoor appearance Tuesday at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum. Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine plans to campaign in Appleton and Madison next week.

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Stephen Curry: Warriors offense 'pretty much the same' with Kevin Durant

It should not be a sign of concern, though, for the two-time defending Western Conference champion Warriors as they were showcasing their new lineup featuring former MVP Kevin Durant , who signed with the Warriors back in July after leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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Des Moines police charge woman with election misconduct

Cops booked 55-year-old Terri Rote into the Polk County Jail on Thursday, charging her with felony election misconduct. Rote, a registered Republican, told a Web site on February 1 that she planned to caucus for Donald Trump. Trump has said several times without proof during this campaign cycle that "the election is rigged", and he's even encouraged his supporters to monitor the polls come Election Day because of his unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.

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Google promises to fix Pixel smartphone lens flare photo issue

With this program, you will be able to get an early taste of the latest Android 7.1 Nougat. "We're delivering the initial Developer Preview at beta quality for the Nexus line up of devices", wrote Google's Dave Burke in Android Developers blog post.

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Google Pixel and Android 7.1 allegedly having Bluetooth pairing issues with cars

Google Pixel and Pixel XL are said to be the Android phones that will beat the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The Pixel also offers "Night Light", a feature that tints your screen amber by filtering out blue light that might keep you up at night.

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Donald Trump: Let's Cancel The Election 'And Just Give It To Trump'

MANCHESTER, N.H. A stronger-than-expected USA economic report on Friday came at a good time for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, although Republican contender Donald Trump's campaign blasted the numbers as "dismal". Trump's chances of winning have dropped significantly since June, when he had a 42 percent chance of winning the election, according to the forecast, compared to Clinton's 58 percent chance.

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UN says IS slaughtered at least 232 people near Mosul last week

Former Iraqi police and armymen, who had been taken as prisoners from villages the jihadi group abandoned while being pushed back by the troops, have reportedly been shot in dozens, officials told Reuters on Wednesday. The U.N. and human rights groups fear that more than 200,000 civilians could be displaced in the opening weeks of the offensive. With Kurdish and Iraqi forces rapidly closing in on the city, Isis has shipped civilians from areas around Mosul into strategic areas.

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Nintendo announces Switch, a hybrid games console

In a statement, Nintendo said the device would allow users to play "the same title wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose", and that the system offered "unprecedented new video game play styles". Perhaps most importantly, Nintendo announced major third-party support, includingSquare Enix, Sega, Konami, Activision, Bethesda, Capcom, Take-Two, Warner Bros.

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Alphabet Brings in Over $5 Billion in Net Income During Q3 2016

Little has been revealed of its plans for going to market. These losses came in the firm's Other Bets division, which took a hit of $865m, although this was less than the $980m it lost a year ago, as revenues in the division rose slightly from $141m to $197m.

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McDavid, Talbot help Oilers beat Canucks for 5th straight

The victory extended Edmonton's winning streak to five games. Patrick Maroon and Milan Lucic also scored for the Oilers , off to their best start since opening 8-1-0 during the 1985-86 season. Miller said McDavid's speed opened a hole for him to slip the puck into the net. There was some thought that Tanev might be available for this weekend's games but he was in a walking boot yesterday at Rogers Arena.


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