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IPhone 7 leaks build ahead of Apple press event

Apple is all set to show their next model through their big event. The company may stick to LCD screens for the upcoming phones and is expected to adopt curved OLED display panels in early 2017 with new iPhones on the eve of its tenth anniversary.

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Extraterrestrial Signal Kept Secret By Russia Sparks SETI Probe

The objects of study for this program are Sun-like stars with planets and Sun-like stars, planets whose presence is unknown. But there could be other planets in the system that haven't been discovered yet. The signal was actually picked up in May of 2015 by the RATAN-600 radio telescope in Zelenchukskaya, Russia , according to Gilster. " said Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at the SETI".

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Two hurricanes on the horizon

Meanwhile, Hurricane Lester , a category three storm nearby, continued to weaken. Earlier on Tuesday, The Central Pacific Hurricane Center predicted that it would pass "dangerously close" to the island on Wednesday. Hawaii is no stranger to tropical storms and hurricanes but rarely takes a direct hit. It is not expected to impact the United States but could head to Europe.

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Skoda Kodiaq interiors revealed ahead of global premiere

The all-black interior features a blue strip on the door panels and chrome trim on various elements to avoid looking bland. The second-row seat backs recline while the seats themselves can be slid forwards and backwards. As Skoda's first seven-seat SUV, the Kodiaq will be the company's maiden foray into the large SUV segment, occupied by the likes of the Toyota Kluger and Mazda CX-9.

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Maryland officials set news conference on school start date

The study is needed, Hogan said, because already challenging traffic congestion is only expected to get worse on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, which is the only bridge over the nation's largest estuary that connects the state's eastern and western shores.

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Rain, wind for Outer Banks now; watching second storm for weekend

Officials say a potential tropical storm is already forming off the coast of North Carolina's Outer Banks. It's expected to later curve northeastward. No warnings related to Gaston have been issued. It's also forecast to become a tropical storm later today . A hurricane watch means that hurricane conditions are expected in the watch area, while a tropical storm watch means the same.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 camera details surface online

For those unaware, Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge feature 12MP dual pixel rear camera with f/1.7 aperture for brighter images in low light situations. The front camera will feature an 8MP sensor for the primary lens, while the second one will be dedicated for Iris scanning. A rumor coming from Sina Weibo which is a micro blogging site in China, leaked the rumor of a possibility of a Dual camera in the next biggest flagship of Samsung .

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Hurricane Madeline weakens to category 3, but still packing punch near Hawaii

A Tropical Storm Warning is posted for the island of Hawaii. Madeline is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. The storm's expected to continue tracking west today before making a turn toward the west-southwest Tuesday night through Thursday as a upper-level trough digs toward the hurricane pushing it on a more west-southwest track.

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EU ruling on Apple stirs calls for US tax reform

Like Apple , they could find themselves facing retroactive tax bills, he said. Now catch the tax rate the Commission claims Apple paid, "an effective corporate tax rate of one per cent on its European profits in 2003 down to 0.005 per cent in 2014".

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China downplays Indo-US defence pact

Hope that this cooperation between India and United States would work to promote stability and development of the region, ” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said in reply to a question about the ‘Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) signed between India and the US.

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The Global Coffee Shortage Is Already a Huge Headache

But the global coffee supply is now at risk, with shortages already starting to affect the world. A new report from Australia's Climate Institute predicts that by 2050, global warming will make at least half of the land now used for coffee production unable to produce quality beans.

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Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse takes aim at pro players

Logitech has taken all the pros from both the G100s and G303 mice and combined them into a new package specifically designed for tournaments. With a maximum of 12,000 DPI the Pro Gaming is able to deliver the same level of accuracy across the entire range.

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Amazon Dash buttons come to the UK

These are basically WiFi-enabled physical buttons that you can hang from the wall, and press when you're running out of stuff. Director of Amazon Dash, Daniel Rausch, explained: "There is no retail therapy in buying toilet roll or bin bags".

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Facebook CEO says group will not become a media company

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has revealed today that Facebook will soon enable users to activate Safety Check on their own when in an emergency situation. Zuckerberg addressed Italy's quake early in the Q&A, outlining how the company has helped in the aftermath of a natural disaster that killed more than 290 people.

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Hawaii suspends 3 players for opener

What's more, the Bears didn't turn the ball over and that's really what tilted the game in Cal's favor. UH hung tough through more than a quarter and half before the game turned on miscues in the final four minutes of the opening half. CALIFORNIA: Webb's strong debut reinforced the faith coach Sonny Dykes showed in him from the outset. Rolovich said, smiling. "But seriously, I hope it sends a message that we are going to play aggressively and won't back down".

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Apple expected to unveil new iPhone

However, only two "smartphones with the Apple trademark and iOS 10" popped by the Russia-based Eurasian Economic Commission, which shows that the iPhone 7 Pro isn't a thing. The iPhone 7 likely won't deliver any breakthrough technological features but users can expect to see substantial camera improvements and enhanced internals.

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Trump says he'll meet with Mexico's president

The source familiar with the situation said the Trump campaign is considering the offer and will decide late Tuesday whether to travel to Mexico. President Nieto confirmed that Trump accepted the invitation and that the two would meet in private Wednesday.

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Lightning strike kills 323 wild reindeer in Norway

We have never experienced such a large number of reindeer killed by lightning at the same time before. Norwegian officials say that multiple animal deaths caused by lightning strike is not very uncommon, but the scale of this event is definitely unheard of.

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OBX Vacationers Prepared for Possible Effects of Tropical Depression

A hurricane watch was issued Tuesday by the National Hurricane Center for parts of Florida's Gulf Coast, with people from northern Florida through the Carolinas advised to monitor the system. Authorities at some locations in the Tampa-St. Thus, the potential for rounds of heavy rain could last through Thursday. This storm, which has now emerged in the Gulf of Mexico, could be the bigger threat to the Southeast this week.

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Hurricane watch issued as storm nears Hawaii's Big Island

Deep tropical moisture associated with the Madeline will begin to impact the Big Island Wednesday morning, bringing the threat of heavy rainfall and flooding through late Thursday. Hurricane Lester is 1,435 miles east of Hilo and might arrive over the Hawaiian Islands over the Labor Day weekend. A watch means hurricane-grade conditions are possible on Hawaii within the next 48 hours.

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Uzbek concert cancelled amid president health doubt

The Uzbekistan presidency's press service issued a statement Sunday on its website claiming the 78-year-old "is now hospitalized". Like Karimov, Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev has ruled since 1991; in Tajikistan, Imomali Rakhmon has held power since 1992; Kyrgyzstan has seen much more political change, some peaceful, some violent; and Turkmenistan's two post-Soviet leaders have maintained freakish and repressive personality cults.

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Woman involved in extra-marital affair detained after lover found dead

Rajput's body was discovered by a police patrol team that found the door of his Mahindra XUV ajar and Rajput lying unconscious inside. The incident took place late Sunday night between 11:30 pm and 12:30 at SV Road, Santacruz, police said.

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Apple Officially Announces iPhone 7 Launch Date

The main differences are expected to be an improved rear camera, improved performance, more storage and a pressure-sensitive Home button. Furthermore, the show will also present the new updated Apple Watches. Then there is the possibility of the Apple Watch , which is due for an upgrade. Will Apple include AirPods in iPhone 7 retail box? A new version of the Apple Watch , with Global Positioning System location tracking, and updated MacBook Pro machines may also feature at the ...

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Reliance Communications to offer 300 minutes of 4G calling at Re 1

The offer will be valid for a trial month of September only. The reports says this data "will be sufficient to make 300 minutes of talking". Operators in the country, including the likes of Airtel and Vodafone, have been pushing their 4G services launching offers like data credit and cheaper tariffs.

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Lightning Storm Kills Hundreds Of Reindeer In One Fell Swoop

So far, five reindeer that survived the storm with severe wounds have been put down. So how could something like this happen? It was told that the fact that reindeer stay close to each other in the bad weather could be the reason why so many of them were killed at once.

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Durant: Rio Provided Escape From Criticism

The Americans will face Serbia in the gold medal game seeking their 25th consecutive Olympic victory and 76th overall win in the past decade, but the game will mark the end of the 69-year-old coach directing the usa squad through three Olympic cycles.

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Boredom was hardest part of year-long dome isolation: NASA crew

But they're nowhere near the effort of Europe and China's Mars-500 team , who participated in a similar experiment between 2007 and 2011, and managed to last a staggering 520 days in a Mars simulation . Potential crew members can apply now to spend eight months living on the Hawaiian version of Mars in 2017 and 2018. She said everybody has good and bad days and trying to cheer up someone when she was also feeling down was a hard task.

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Pope Francis has face-to-face meeting with Facebook mogul Zuckerberg

Then the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative invested $24 million in Andela . The chief executive of the social media site and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were granted a personal invitation to the Vatican to meet the Pope during their sojourn in Italy.

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Facebook still not looking to make your news, says Zuck

The chief executive of the social media site and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were granted a personal invitation to the Vatican to meet the Pope during their sojourn in Italy. Zuckerberg announced his trip to Italy last week after the country was struck by a devastating natural disaster. He will be holding a live question and answer session later on Monday.

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Now Facebook To Have User-Activated Safety Checks

Earlier, Zuckerberg uploaded a photo of himself running by the Colosseum. Facebook Connectivity Lab has been heavily investing in new technologies as a way of bringing internet access to over 1.6 billion people who have no connectivity in remote regions of the planet.

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European Union orders Apple to pay $14.5 billion, tax breaks illegal

But the decision was welcomed by groups that have long criticized the practices used by Apple and other large companies to legally reduce their tax obligations. The Prime Minister says he still favours an OECD-type approach to the problem of global corporates paying minimal tax. Badertscher agreed the ruling could discourage USA companies from investing in Europe.

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Trump, Clinton Continue To Exchange Claims Of Racism

On Thursday morning, Clinton released a scalding ad that had video footage of members of the KKK and white nationalists praising Trump. Clinton is looking to counter Trump's attempts to win over moderate voters who have been unsettled by some of his remarks and policy proposals.

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Tropical Depression Nine comes alive; could threaten Florida

The tropical depressions in the East could become tropical storms before they reach land, if wind speeds reach 39 miles per hour. The second storm to get name will be called Ian (pronounced EE-an). It looks less likely that it will strengthen any so it may never become a tropical storm. Tropical Depression Nine , which is located about 300 miles west of Key West, has westward motion as it churns into the Gulf of Mexico.

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'Willy Wonka's' Charlie Buckett remembers Gene Wilder

One of late actor Gene Wilder's most iconic roles was as the titular character in 1971's "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", but Wilder was more than a man who just showed up on set: He was a visionary who took the role very, very seriously.

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Signet Jewelers Announces $625 Million Share Buyback

The company has its Price to Sales (P/S) ratio of 0.99 where Price to Book (P/B) ratio of 2.12, Price to Cash Per share (P/C) of 57.53 and Price to Free Cash Flow (P/FCF) has a value of 32.9. That compares with $62.2 million, or 78 cents a share for the year-ago quarter. Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM") declares that it has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of NY on behalf of a class (the "Class") consisting of persons and entities ...


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