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Donald Trump plans to bring back military parades

Trump trademarked his campaign slogan for 2016, and he indicated to The Washington Post he plans to do so again. During the WaPo interview , Trump discussed the origins of " Make America Great Again ", and responded to claims that it was derivative of Ronald Reagan's "Let's Make America Great Again " slogan from 1980.

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The new Fujifilm X100F is a speed demon of a camera

The current generation of Fujifilm's popular enthusiast "compact" with an APS-C-size sensor, the X100T, has been around for over two years. Fujifilm will also launch three new GF lenses for the GFX 50S with prices starting at $1,500 (approximately Rs.

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Vivo V5 Plus, V5 Lite selfie-centric phones go official

The highlight of this smartphone is a selfie spotlight feature that lets you control the lighting in a selfie. Also See: Vivo V5 Review: When the price isn't right! The organization has additionally presented a lower-spec variant of the V5 smartphone as V5 Lite.

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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Receives Overweight Rating from Morgan Stanley

BlackRock Fund Advisors raised its stake in Amazon.com by 1.8% in the second quarter. Oppenheimer Holdings now has a "Buy" rating and a $900.00 target price on the stock. American Economic Planning Group Inc. US based company, Amazon.com, Inc.'s (AMZN)'s latest closing price distance was at 10.02% from the average-price of 200 days while it maintained a distance from the 50 Day Moving Average at 6.53% and 5.62% compared with the 20 Day Moving Average.

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New Overwatch Event Begins Next Week, Watch the Teaser Now

The announcement video was accompanied with the message: " Good luck and great fortune await! " but few other details were officially announced. Fortunately, Mei is not the only character in the game that will be getting a new skin. There's "multiple" new heroes in the works including one hero who Kaplan says is "very promising" in testing. It's still a much loved title this year, and a number of updates are being planned throughout the year to keep both competitive players and casual ...

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HSBC, UBS to shift jobs in Brexit blow to London

HSBC Chief Executive Officer Stuart Gulliver has revealed in a Bloomberg Television interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos that he believes trading operations, specifically those covered by European Union legislation, which generate about 20 percent of revenue for the lender's investment bank in London, may move to Paris in the aftermath of the Brexit.

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What Donald Trump Can Teach Democrats About Respecting Democracy

Lewis said last Friday that Trump's inauguration was the first one he would miss since being elected to Congress in the 1980s. "Donald Trump hasn't put his life on the line for anyone except Donald Trump ", Warren said. Tuesday's comments represented Trump's second line of attack on Lewis. " John Lewis has earned the right to raise questions about legitimacy", Warren said.

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Gaming Industry Personalities Express Good Opinions Of The Console

If you're the kind of person who can't live without playing the latest Legend of Zelda, Mario Kart , or 3D Mario game, then you don't need anyone to talk you into a Nintendo Switch. Both versions run at 30 frames per second - though it's possible the Switch version will run more smoothly - and contain all the same content. "Obviously, there is going to be another Borderlands", he said at the time , explaining that it may not be called that, and to not get too attached to the name.

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Smartphone sales back on track in January after note ban blues: Samsung

In addition, it also comes with an inbuilt memory of 64GB which is expandable up to 256GB. Pre-orders in India will begin on January 27, and those who pre-order one also get a free one-time replacement of the display within the first 12 months if it should happen to break.

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Netflix nears 100 million subscribers due to original content

As 2016 drew to a close Netflix's subscriber count rose to 93.8 million, with an impressive seven million of those showing up in the last three months alone. As per the company's announcement, Netflix added as many as 2 million new subscribers domestically (that is in the US) and around 5 million subscribers internationally (so that is 7 million in total) in Q4, 2016.

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Amazon patent hints at self-driving vehicle plans

Amazon has been granted a patent for a system that manages highway lane assignments for autonomous vehicles. It is critical especially for the self-driving vehicles that travel through the state lines across new roads with unfamiliar traffic rules and regulations.

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Reliance Jio 4G VoLTE Feature Phone Unveiled and Priced at Rs 1299

Airtel had gone to the extent of alleging that Trai had been "a mute spectator to the violations". By law, it was only permitted to deal out its Welcome Offer of voice and data at no charge for 90 days. By that day Trai is also expected to file its reply before the tribunal as to what action it has taken on Jio's extension of the free data offer to its customers.

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Google rolls out new YouTube sharing feature to Canada

And there's more great news - this feature will start rolling out today to all YouTube app users in Canada, but as you share videos with your friends and family around the world, they'll also get to use the new Shared tab themselves. In case you want to sneak a peek at YouTube's new messaging feature, get one of your Canadian friends to add you to a conversation - that should give you an early preview.

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New NASA mission to visit a metal asteroid

But NASA isn't there to pad it's budget for the fiscal year. Due to the unusual composition of the asteroid, scientists have hypothesized that 16 Psyche may be the leftover core of a now-dead planet as large as Mars that once circled the Sun, but had its exterior sheared away by one massive impact after another in the congested solar system of several billion years ago.

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Nintendo reboots with new Switch game console

Whether your a fan of Nintendo or not you have to admit that this new console has some serious innovation and style to it. Speaking to Wired , he said that "what happened with NES Classic is that was a situation where the global demand was well in excess of anything we had anticipated, and that's what created shortages".

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New look: Murray, Kerber start Australian Open as top seeds

Heather Watson extended the 2011 U.S. Open victor Sam Stosur's drought at her home Grand Slam, winning 6-3, 3-6, 6-0. The Margaret Court Arena day schedule features women's fifth seed Karolina Pliskova , sixth seed Dominika Cibulkova and men's third seed Milos Raonic , who takes on the victor of last week's Sydney tournament, Gilles Muller .

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Oklahoma AG, Trump Cabinet Pick, Gets a Push from Cattlemen's Organization

Studies show the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets have decreased in mass, while the world's oceans have risen on average almost 7 inches in the last century. His group delivered "Pruitt Survival Kits" to Senate offices on Tuesday with face masks and water bottles. Trump has pledged to bring back tens of thousands of lost coal mining jobs once inaugurated, though he has not yet detailed how.

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Xiaomi expected to launch Redmi Note 4 with better camera today

Xiaomi previous Redmi Note 3 was a shootout & the company sold more than millions of units of Redmi Note 3 in India. Now, Mi India is all set to launch its first smartphone Mi Redmi Note 4 in the country. Both phones run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, although an update to Android 7.0 Nougat shouldn't be far away. The Redmi Note 4 handset is expected to be available in three models- 2GB of RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage , another one with 3GB of RAM 32GB of storage and the last one ...

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2016 is hottest year on record

Record warmth Global ocean temperatures were 0.75 degrees above the 20th century average, Noaa said . Researchers estimate the direct impact of the natural El Niño warming in the tropical Pacific increased the annual global temperature anomaly for 2016 by 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

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US Stocks Close Lower After Trump's Dollar Comments

US stocks fell on Tuesday, with financials, transports and other big post-election gainers losing ground as earnings season kicked into gear. The world's other major economies would be reluctant to help the U.S.in this goal, since that would mean their currencies would appreciate against the dollar, harming their exports.

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Man Accused Of Online Threat To Kill Donald Trump

In a video posted Monday, Puopolo said he would be at the inauguration of Trump on Friday in Washington D.C. and would kill him, the report said. I was requested to type this in and post it. "What are you going to do about it Secret Service?" He said so in a video posted to his Twitter account. He was ordered for a mental evaluation at a court hearing Wednesday.

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Verizon to redirect calls made from risky Galaxy Note 7 phones

Isn't this good news for those, who are 24X7 on their phones? Even though the two models from previous year will be refreshed, we are looking at a changed design language as well as screen size, leave alone the internal specs' changes, which are obvious.

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EA Play 2017 Runs From June 10 to 12

Previously, EA Play was at LA Live, which happens to be in Microsoft Plaza , just a short walk away from the LA Convention Center, where E3 is annually held. It's possible we will see EA's Star Wars Battlefront sequel at EA Play since it will be out later this year. The website also states that EA Play 2017 will be featured "Live on EA.com", allowing fans outside of Hollywood to remotely experience numerous ongoing attractions during those three days.

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Donald Trump Is the Least Popular President-Elect in Modern History

But Trump appeared to debunk that claim, tweeting an excerpt from a 2001 Washington Post story that reported Lewis also boycotted President George W. "I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected. And that's a very bad misrepresentation", Trump said. Trump slammed Lewis on Twitter saying he should spend more time fixing his district that is falling apart' and that he was "all talk, talk, talk - no action or results".

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Super Mario Run will come to Android in March

If you missed this on the Gamecube, or you just want to enjoy some high definition cartoony graphics while you wait for the next console, this is one you can't do without. Nintendo could be releasing the game on Android at around the same time as the Switch. Players who win the competition can also earn Toads for their kingdom, which allows them to unlock additional buildings and in-game features.

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WMO: 2016 was the hottest year on record

Once again, we have experienced the hottest year on record. Temperatures over the Earth's continents and oceans in 2016 were 1.98 degrees above the pre-industrial average. Still, a comparison of today's average temperatures to those in years past shows an upward trend overall, The Washington Post noted , with the trend rising faster after 1980.

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Donald Trump Most Unpopular Incoming President In Decades, Polls Show

Around the same time in their transitions, Presidents Barack Obama, George W Bush, and Bill Clinton had 84%, 61%, and 67% approval ratings respectively. U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark is the only Bay State lawmaker planning to skip the Trump oath, though New Hampshire U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter said she will attend "religious services" instead.

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UAH climate expert: Warming trend exaggerated by NASA, NOAA

NOAA also reported that global annual temperatures are increasing at a rate of 0.07 degrees Celsius per decade since 1880, but have increased at a rate of 0.17 C since 1970. El Nino comes and goes. "(Satellites and balloons) are telling the same story that this temperature rise is not almost as dramatic as what you see in that surface record that the government produced today", Christy said.

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Officially Declared Hottest Year on Record

This is the third consecutive year a global annual temperature record was set, as 2015 and 2014 both were the hottest years at the time. The longevity of the event is believed to have contributed to the unprecedented global warming. Although "only less than 2 degrees above average", which sounds small, that's quite a large number in climate science, where records are often broken by tenths or even hundredths of degrees.

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NOAA and NASA Confirm: 2016 Is Warmest Year on Record

Arndt is suggesting that this is a clear indication of a global warming trend that began in the late 20th century. In fact, it was the hottest year on record for the third year in a row. This is another potent piece of evidence showing the global warming that we are experiencing. "In the study of climate, we are more concerned with accurately identifying long-term temperature trends than we are with short-term spikes and dips, especially when those spikes and dips have easily identified ...

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Mark Zuckerberg Takes the Stand in Massive, $2 Billion Lawsuit

While on the stand, Zuckerberg said he was "highly confident" Oculus products are built on Oculus technology, and claiming the virtual reality tech was based on another company's technology "is just wrong". ZeniMax will also present evidence of the Defendants' intentional destruction of evidence to cover up their wrongdoing. In a strongly worded statement, Oculus reps say that the other company lacked in terms of "vision, expertise, or patience".

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Local Georgia residents make trip to D.C. for Donald Trump's inauguration

Yet another said that she'll be busy, "polish [ing] John Lewis's Presidential Medal of Freedom while he's out of town" - a reference to the Georgia member of Congress and civil rights icon with whom Trump has been feuding over the past few days.

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NASA's Curiosity Rover Explores the Mysteries of Martian Mud

Wind erosion exposed the split pieces, which are located in an area known as "Old Soaker" on lower Mount Sharp . These could be the first mud cracks confirmed on Mars by the Curiosity mission. These fractures usually have been stuffed by minerals carried by groundwater moving through the cracks, often creating veins of calcium sulfate. The small polygons near the image's right edge may be cracks from drying mud more than 3 billion years ago.

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GarageBand for iOS, Logic Pro X receive major updates

Launching Logic Pro X will activate the Touch Bar, so that you're able to view projects in a timeline, as well as tinker with a music track by changing the volume, adjusting the controls, and selecting different software instruments. The Logic Pro X update also adds a Track Alternatives feature, which allows users to switch between different playlists of regions and edits on any track.

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Earth breaks heat record in 2016 for third year in a row

While La Nina cooled global temperatures during the last 3 months of the year, they were still above 20th Century averages. It's official. 2016 is the newest warmest year on record. WMO also draws on reanalysis data from the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts and the Copernicus Climate Change Service, which use a weather forecasting system to combine many sources of data to provide a more complete picture of global temperatures, including in Polar regions.


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