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Rare comet to be visible through binoculars

The US space agency NASA has revealed that a rare comet will be visible from the planet Earth for the first time. However, others say that it might be an objected that might have strayed away from a group of dark objects in the main asteroid belt.

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Check Out Lenovo's New Holographic VR Headset

In April a year ago, HCL, in collaboration with Valve Corporation developed a virtual reality headset called the HTC Vive which went on to become one of the most premium VR headsets in the world today. Also, Lenovo didn't mention how the tracking works since the headset doesn't come with external cameras, I presume that it will use inside-out six degrees-of-freedom tracking.

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Dinosaur eggs took months to hatch - putting parents and babies at risk

This places non-avian dinosaur incubation more in line with that of their reptilian cousins, whose eggs typically take twice as long as bird eggs to hatch-weeks to many months. Dinosaur teeth are thought to undergo a daily process in common with mammals and reptiles: they laid down layers of enamel and dentine on a daily basis.

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Mauricio Pochettino Says Rest of League Will Support Spurs Against Chelsea

It feels like that to me. 'Chelsea arrive in very good shape - us too after the last few games, ' Pochettino said. Conte's side ran out 2-1 winners when these teams met earlier in the season, but Chelsea haven't won at White Hart Lane in any of the three previous seasons, drawing twice and being thrashed 5-3 on New Year's Day in 2015.

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Unruly passenger threatens seat mates, dares flight crew to turn plane around

The HNA Group recently launched two new routes that saw the arrival of two airlines in New Zealand and connected Auckland to three major Chinese cities. Witnesses on board say he was between two men and the situation turned sour when one asked the other for a pen. It was a full flight, so the man couldn't be relocated to another section on the plane, but in the video you can see he did switch to an aisle seat on the same row.

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Nano Cells color LG's new Super UHD TVs

LG said the technology offers highly nuanced and accurate colors while maintaining picture quality at wider viewing angles. We'll get eyes on with the new range over the next few days at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, so stay tuned for our early impression of the new screens.

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British star may sing at Trump inauguration

In a statement on Twitter, she wrote: "I've been asked and this is my answer". Ferguson praised the song's "huge historical importance", noting that it was "blacklisted in the United States for being too controversial". "Then I will graciously accept your invitation and see you in Washington". So far, Trump's inauguration ceremony has been rocked by controversy, with many artists refusing to perform.

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Monday weather: Partly sunny, with highs around 36

Cloudy, with a low around 39. South southwest wind around 10 miles per hour. Thu: High: 27 Low: 15 Mostly to partly cloudy, a bit breezy. Overnight, skies will turn cloudy with rain spreading across the region after 3 AM. The outlook for Tuesday calls for a 30 percent chance of showers, with highs in the lower 80s. Partly sunny, with a high near 73. Cloudy, with a high near 52.

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Everton 3-0 Southampton

Yet Koeman's reluctance to claim a tactical masterstroke had roots in the fact that his first and second-choice set-up - Lukaku's support act Dominic Calvert-Lewin was forced off after 12 minutes to be replaced by Kevin Mirallas - had produced 60 minutes so lacking in intensity that the crowd had been silenced.

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SpaceX eyes January 8th return to flight after finishing up accident investigation

Soon after , SpaceX is expected to begin flying from Kennedy Space Center's historic Launch Complex 39A, the site of myriad Apollo and Space Shuttle-era launches. "Investigators scoured more than 3,000 channels of video and telemetry data covering a very brief timeline of events - there were just 93 milliseconds from the first sign of anomalous data to the loss of the second stage, followed by loss of the vehicle", SpaceX said in a statement.

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Fiat Chrysler and Google Team to Bring 7.0 Nougat on the Road

Recently, Google delivered on a big promise made at its 2016 I/O developer conference , releasing a version of Android Auto that would run directly on a phone, removing the need for a new vehicle or costly aftermarket head unit to access the service.

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This atrocious Sherlock season 4 premiere was so not worth the wait

For season five, which has reportedly been confirmed , can Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have Sherlock go up against his mortal enemy, pengwings ? Sherlock may not be too pleased about this new addition to their situation, but after reading the synopsis for the Season 4 premiere, titled " The Six Thatchers ", it's hard not to wonder if Mary's safety will be brought into question.

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Trump says Putin response to sanctions 'very smart'

In a tweet Friday afternoon, Trump said: "Great move on delay (by V. Putin) - I always knew he was very smart!" Russian officials have denied the Obama administration's accusation that the Russian government was involved at the highest levels in trying to influence the US presidential election.

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Among Most Violent Years for Chicago

That total is greater than New York's and Los Angeles' homicide rates combined. The Saturday death became the 762nd homicide for the year 2016, a staggering statistic that represents the largest spike in decades, according to data from the Chicago Police Department.

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Times Square New Year's Eve hosting one million

People have gathered in large numbers to watch the ball drop event and wish one another Happy New Year. Produced with Livestream, the eighth annual webcast will put you in the middle of the revelry in Times Square, with all the live music, interviews with celebrities and revelers capped by the ball drop that starts at 11:59 p.m.

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Google Play Store Now Supports Carrier Billing for Airtel and Vodafone users

It has been a long time coming, but Google has finally launched carrier billing with Airtel and Vodafone , two of India's largest telecom operators. Add Reliance Jio to this mix - it isn't there - and you have approximately 240 million connections that now have an option to pay for online content with their mobile balance or bill.

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Whatsapp will stop working on millions of phones in 2017

The Facebook-owned app said it was due to older smartphone platforms being unable to handle the latest features being rolled out. The announcement was made earlier this year when the app celebrated its seventh birthday. While these mobile devices have been an important part of our story, they don't offer the kind of capabilities we need to expand our app's features in the future.

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Samsung Galaxy A (2017) series unveiled, may come to India soon

The front and rear camera in the Galaxy A7 (2017) is said to be 16MP with f/1.9 aperture. Furthermore, the Exynos 8895 is coming in two variants - one which will offer quad-core M2 performance CPU cluster clocked at 200MHz and the other one that is made using 10nm process and its CPU is an octa-core part with four M2 performance cores designed by Samsung along with four battery-friendly ARM Cortex-A53 cores.

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Cavs cruise past Hornets after hot-shooting first half

Jordan McRae came up with 20 points and Kay Felder came off the bench to deliver 13 points for the Cavaliers. James was 6 for 7 from the field in the first quarter, including a ideal 3 for 3 from beyond the arc. Charlotte has played the Cavs tough in two matchups this year, both Cavs wins in Cleveland. Beyond that, the Hornets have won five of six to reach five games over the.500 mark and, in the Eastern Conference, that mark looks fantastic in more ways than one.

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Aamir Khan Starrer Dangal Inching Towards Rs 300 Crore Mark!

Aamir Khan's Dangal continues its strong run in theatres and has been doing phenomenally well at the domestic Box office . Dangal was reportedly made on a budget of Rs 70 crore and another Rs 20 crore was spent on print and advertising.

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MI loses to Florida State in the Orange Bowl, 33-32

It's the first time Tennessee has won three straight bowls since 1994-1996 when Peyton Manning was quarterback for the Vols. It looks like someone wasn't ready for the wild atmosphere at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The Wolverines - playing without stars Jabrill Peppers and Jake Butt , who left the game in the second quarter - scored twice in the final six minutes to take their first lead of the game, 30-27, with under two minutes to play.

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Ariana Grande To Be Featured As Character In "Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius"

Furthermore, she also shared a sneak peak of her character in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius on Instagram saying "it's the cutest thing I've ever seen in my entire life and I'm so excited and in love with it, I can not contain myself". Whereas her fellow celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift have done this by releasing their own mobile games, Grande is taking a much different route.

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New Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Revealed Ahead of CES 2017

Dell is expected to take the wraps off the new edgeless display laptop at CES 2017. The device also seems to have Dell's popular InfiniteEdge display which plays a substantial part in the device's design. It's possible the latest entry in the series was supposed to be unveiled at CES 2017 given that the event is about to start in a few days. It is also expected to port over the current internals - Intel's Kaby Lake processors, and other storage plus connectivity options.

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At least 39 dead following New Year's attack in Turkish nightclub

Turkey's interior minister, Süleyman Soylu, said earlier that of the 20 victims who had been formally identified, 15 were foreign nationals and five were TurksThe family minister, Fatma Betül Sayan Kaya, said the majority of the injured were foreign, including nationals of Morocco, Lebanon and Libya.

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Future of 'Star Wars' trilogy unclear after Carrie Fisher's death

To which her then-boyfriend replied: " You will never have to be out there again". The 60 year old Carrie Fisher suffered cardiac arrest mid-flight while returning to Los Angeles from England, where she was on a book tour for her latest biography The Princess Diarist .

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Cold & calm weather in store for New Year's Eve

Highs on Sunday will be in the mid to upper 40s. Cool and damp conditions get wedged in tonight through Tuesday , with an arctic push arriving late Wednesday . Lows during this time will be in the mid to upper 20, which is well below freezing and northeast winds at 5-15 miles per hour. By Tuesday the precipitation will turn to rain as the milder air takes over.

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Mariah Carey: Worst New Year's Eve Performance Ever?

Except, we live in extremely cynical times right now, and as mentioned above, there's already chatter across social media alleging that Carey deliberately bombed her New Year's Eve performance as a vehicle for self-promotion. But let's be honest, Mariah Carey's worst failure is still probably better than any of our greatest achievements. She nonchalantly went over to one of her dancers and said: "just for laughs, do the lift".

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Bilic plays down Amartey's 'nasty' tackle in Leicester fall

That is what angered the Hammers boss. Bob Bradley should have been given more time to see if he could turn round the fortunes of Premier League strugglers Swansea, says West Ham manager Slaven Bilic. When you talk to them, everybody is like [Lionel] Messi or whatever. The performance won't have anxious Aitor Karanka as his team played exactly how he wanted them to, but he will be concerned by the fact that they have now lost four of their last five fixtures.

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Presidents Who Did Better in the Popular Vote than Donald Trump

Seven "faithless" electors cast their votes for candidates other than the ones their state voted for. To avert a flurry of trolling, it seems I am obliged to preface my observations with a self-evident nod to the fact Donald Trump won the presidential election fair and square.

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Redskins Win Nearly Means Playoffs; Who Could They Face?

Amid calls for the firing of defensive coordinator Joe Barry, former nine-time Pro Bowl safety John Lynch, who has covered both teams as a Fox analyst, views Washington's defensive struggles as more a matter of personnel than coaching or scheme.

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Star Wars Day tips hat to actress Princess Leia

Rose is clever, feisty and energetic girl, and it's hard to find clever, feisty and energetic girl role models that are real characters instead of annoying didactic tropes. Gwendoline Christie, who played Captain Phasma in 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, simply said, "We've lost our Princess". She will be deeply missed.

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Leap second to be added in Taiwan on January 1

The UTC or Coordinated Universal Time is occasionally in need of corrections. The Earth's rotation changes slightly over time, due to a variety of factors, from tidal friction to melting glaciers and major earthquakes, the museum said .

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Major cities around the world strengthen anti-terror measures for New Year

As usual. there will be a heavy police presence across the city. In Cologne, security has also been strengthened to prevent last year's event, when local police failed to prevent sexual assaults and a series of robberies. New Year's Eve is Russia's major gift-giving holiday. If you are headed out to a New Year's Eve celebration, officials are reminding you not to set off fireworks.

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New Year's Eve around the world

New Zealand, nearby Pacific islands, Australia and Russian Federation were among the first to ring in 2017. "As people left the city tonight, they remained in high spirits and handled the consequences of being in a large crowd with a positive attitude", Assistant Commissioner Fuller said.

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Leap second: Why 2017 will have to wait an extra second

Civil time needs to be modified in such a way that the atomic clocks of the world do not deviate from the rotational time of our planet by more than 0.9 seconds. You'll need to wait a second! Yet that required a standard unit of time that would allow far-flung stations and conductors to synchronize clocks. "SDO moves about 1.9 miles every second", Project scientist for SDO at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Dean Pesnell, said.


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