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British scientists build most POWERFUL LASER - 10 times stronger than anything before

The laser technology has been nicknamed "Bivoj", named after the mythical Czech strongman. "[Those lasers] do not have so-called "average power.' This is a combination of the repetition rate and the energy". It is operated in a testing facility near Prague. While the Texas Petawatt Laser, for example, can have great benefit for probing exotic matter and ultra-high electromagnetic fields, Bivoj can be helpful in stuff like particle acceleration as well as X-ray generation.

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'A great player': Falcons QB praises Brady before Super Bowl LI

Would he feel uncomfortable? When somebody asks me whom I consider the best quarterback of all time I automatically say Joe Montana. "It's not like we're going to make it up in two weeks", Quinn said, who won a Super Bowl as a defensive coordinator with the Seattle Seahawks in 2014.

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Niger Delta villagers lose United Kingdom court bid to sue Shell over pollution

Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi, tribal king of the Ogale community, said: "There is no hope of justice in the Nigerian courts". 'It is our view that the judgment failed to consider critical evidence which shows the decisive direction and control Royal Dutch Shell exercises over its Nigerian subsidiary, ' he added.

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UPDATED Dow closes above 20000 for first time

IG's chief market strategist Chris Weston wrote in an economic note that overall the current corporate earnings season had been positive so far, with a majority of firms beating expectations. The Nasdaq composite index added 47 points, or 0.9 percent, to 5,648. Banks and other financial companies posted the biggest gains. It was as low as 1.14 percent on Monday.

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New Skoda Kodiaq Scout ups SUV's sturdiness

Besides the underbody protection, the Kodiq Scout globally will get a mild tinted rear window and rear side windows (SunSet), which protect from the glare of the sun. On the technology front, the Kodiaq Scout comes with a top-of-the-range Columbus navigation system which has a 9.2-inch monitor, a Wi-Fi hotspot and an LTE module for high speed smartphone connectivity.

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Zuckerberg rethinks Hawaiian land grab

Facebook CEO has said he will review his earlier stance of filing quiet title lawsuits after locals complained it's against local traditions. Last Friday, state Rep. Zuckerberg has earlier defended his move claiming it will help find the owners and get paid for something that rightfully belonged to them. The confusing part was that some of the tracks were actually "owned" by hundreds of different descendants of the original and now-dead owners.

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Benchmark reiterated Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ:STX) as 'Buy'

Seagate Technology gapped up sharply Wednesday and climbed during the first half hour of trade. Susquehanna reissued a neutral rating and set a $38.00 target price (up previously from $35.00) on shares of Seagate Technology PLC in a research report on Saturday, October 22nd.

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China-US Relations: Get Ready for a Change

Monday saw White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, face the press once more (following that crowd size fiasco HERE), and he wasn't mincing his words when it came to America's outlook on affairs over in the South China Sea. "China has indisputable sovereignty over the South China Sea islands and their adjacent waters", foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters in Beijing .

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Selena Gomez and The Weeknd Just Followed Each Other on Instagram

The insider also mentioned that the couple is hanging out too often and they are getting closer to one another. " Selena looked so happy and Abel was very chill, very relaxed", the source said. News recently. "He thinks she is extremely talented and sexy". Some guests Instagrammed from the party, but so far no one has posted any photos of Gomez and the Weeknd together.

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Google Maps Gets New Live Data Feature in iOS Update

The icons are available in 25 metro areas across the US, including Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco. Google Maps has been updated on Android with a new feature that estimates how much trouble you'll have finding parking in certain cities.

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After protests, Trump wages war against media

The press secretary also said that Trump administration has been demoralised by the kind of media coverage and "constant attempt to undermine his (Trump's) credibility". The women-led protests against Mr Trump, who has vowed that U.S. policy would be based on the principle of "America first", also were staged in Sydney, London, Tokyo and other cities across Europe and Asia.

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14 seconds that tell you exactly what President Trump really cares about

I'll mention you - we see what fox said. Muir told him he was wrong - not because the report changed but because it never showed what Trump falsely claims it showed. Trump declared the violent methods used by terrorists meant the US had to respond. "I won't allow you ( Muir and the media) to demean that crowd and to demean the people that came to D.C.

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Election authorities: There is no evidence of voter fraud claimed by Trump

President Trump on Wednesday morning announced that he would launch an investigation into voter fraud , perpetuating his false claims that millions of people illegally voted in the USA presidential election. Photographs showed the crowds at Trump's swearing-in on Friday were smaller than Barack Obama's first presidential inauguration in 2009. President Trump has also mended fences with the Intelligence Community.

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Latest LG G6 leak hints at water resistance, non-removable battery

Google was originally planning to collaborate with MediaTek, but the semiconductor company is reportedly no longer involved with the production of the Pixel 2. In fact, the phone has proven to be so popular that many consumers are having a hard time getting their hands on one. This isn't a foreign area to Google, by the way, as both the Nexus 6P and Pixel phones were built to perform fairly in low-light.

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UC regents approve systemwide tuition hike for 2017-18 academic year

In exact figures, students will pay an extra $282 towards tuition, which will increase to $11,502 starting next school year. In a public comment session before her remarks, several speakers wished Napolitano well and said they hoped she was feeling better.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 To Run New 7nm Processors In 2018

Unlike the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, both S8 models will have dual-curved "edge" displays. The company is planning two screen sizes (5.8- and 6.2-inches) for the S8, its first flagship smartphone to follow last year's Note 7 debacle. In a report released by Samsung on Sunday night, the South Korean tech giant identified the source of its Galaxy Note 7 battery problem and outlined the measures it is taking for guaranteeing safer batteries.

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Microsoft beats profit expectations in second quarter

Microsoft reported fiscal second quarter earnings of $5.2 billion, or 66 cents a share, on revenue of $24.1 billion. The company's shares were marginally higher at $64.34 in after-hours trading. The US tech giant, which is shifting away from dependence on software to a broader array of services, said the LinkedIn acquisition boosted its revenue in the last three months of the year but dragged on profit.

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Google's parent Alphabet beats Wall Street on revenue, misses on profit

Alphabet revenue grew 22% to $26.06 billion, above analyst estimates of $25.18 billion, excluding payments to advertising partners. That is a significant jump, up 62 percent from this time previous year. Despite this, analysts were bullish on the company's ad revenues going into tonight's earnings report. Alphabet , while it was still called Google, was founded primarily as a web search engine, and that's still the lion's share of its revenue mix.

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NASA scientists launch Twitter account to defend 'real facts' against Donald Trump

Borrowing the names of organisations like Nasa and the Environmental Protection Agency they are directly attacking the president. Twitter accounts - some set up by people claiming to work for United States government agencies - have sprung up to "resist" President Trump on climate science.

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Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) Reviewed By Analysts

The share price is trading in a range of $69.78 - 70.98. It has been assigned a low target price of $104 and a high target price of $142. They noted that the move was a valuation call. Both the RSI indicator and target price of 50.44 and $68.21 respectively, lead us to believe that it should be put on hold over the coming weeks. If you are reading this story on another domain, it was illegally stolen and reposted in violation of USA & global trademark & copyright legislation.

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Trump tells GOP he thought about leaving ObamaCare alone

President Trump's first full week in the White House includes a trip to Philadelphia. Spokesman Sean Spicer said the White House would keep the lines of communication open in hopes of scheduling a future meeting. Speaking to reporters Thursday, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Trump hasn't yet decided whether he would cut funding to worldwide organizations, such as the United Nations, after media reports suggested the president was looking to reduce the role of the US within those ...

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Twitter Officially Launches Enhanced 'Explore' Tab on iOS to All Users

Twitter first began testing a replacement for the Moments tab with a small percentage of its users over the past few months, and found that people liked Explore better because it was easier to find the news, what's trending, and what's now popular.

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Qualcomm claims Apple lawsuit is a threat to smartphone competition

China, in particular, has been a "strong story" as increasing licensing payment collection helped the business exceed expectations in the most recent period, he said in a phone interview. "As we have done in the past, we will vigorously defend our business model and the value of a portfolio of technologies that has been so instrumental to the success of the mobile communications industry".

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Verizon in Talks With Charter About a Mega-Merger

Verizon had a market capitalization of $203 billion as of Wednesday's close, while Charter was valued at almost $84 billion, according to Thomson Reuters data. Comcast and other cable companies would be likely buyers. We'll just have to see if Verizon chooses to pursue things further with Charter. Both Comcast and Charter plan to enter the wireless business this year by re-selling Verizon's wireless service.

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'We're going to hold the press accountable'

Spicer also mentioned stories saying Trump's inauguration was the first civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis had skipped, which turned out not to be true. Spicer asked. "I think we should be afforded the same opportunity". But Spicer on Saturday repeatedly maintained that Trump's inauguration saw the largest crowds of any inauguration in history-a statement that was easily disproved by photographs.

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Lake Effect Snow Expected Tomorrow

This will lead to storm totals of more than two feet in the areas of the most persistent lake snows, the Weather Service announced. A shift in winds ahead of a disturbance may push heavy snow into the Buffalo metro area on Saturday, where a lake-effect snow watch is in effect.

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Tekken 7 Characters: Eliza Added As Pre-Order DLC

These links leave Siliconera. It seems as though purchasing the Season Pass means helping the studio support and update the game for more than a short while after release . Meanwhile, the Windows version of Tekken 7 will debut on Steam. By delaying " Tekken 7 " to a later date, it gives them more time to add more content and enhance existing features.

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Fox host: Kellyanne Conway punched a man at President Trump's inaugural ball

Conway, who grew up in Atco, has been a regular on the cable news circuit both during and since Trump's election. During a meeting with business leaders yesterday, Trump claimed, "I'm a very big person when it comes to the environment". Dan Rather, yes, that Dan Rather, is lecturing the Trump White House and America about " alternative facts ". "Wait a minute, alternative facts? ".

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Local firms pushed out of top 5 smartphone vendors in India

But smartphone shipments in the market grew a healthy 18% on year in 2016 during which global smartphone market grew by a modest 3%, said the market research firm. Apple's iPhone production volume fell 11.5% annually to 209 million units in 2016. Samsung had led the segment in the third quarter with a 58% share to Apple's 37%.

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Donald Trump's Press Secretary Sends Even Crazier Tweets Than Donald Trump

When opponent Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) pointed to Trump's record, Pence hit back, "I mean, to be honest with you, if Donald Trump had said all of the things that you've said he said in the way you said he said them , he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that Hillary Clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a 'basket of deplorables'".

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Hitman's January update introduces professional difficulty with unique rewards

In order to play Professional on each specific level, however, you'll have to first achieve Mastery Level 20 to unlock it. The official announcement even gave an example in this case. As fair recompense for all your hard murdering, Professional difficulty will feature its own mastery track with unique rewards. Separate leaderboards will also be arriving.

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Tostitos' New Chip Bag Will Tell You When You're Drunk

Breathe into the sensor and it can detect small traces of alcohol. If you don't have a designated driver, then ask a sober friend for a ride home; call a cab, friend, or family member to come and get you; or just stay in for the night . The advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) endorsed a recent Uber report which claimed that cities where Uber operates have seen a decline in drunk driving accidents.

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Usain Bolt loses gold medal from 2008 Beijing Olympics

That group has now been stripped of its gold medals for the event and ordered to return their medals, medallist pins and diplomas. Re-analysis of Lebedeva's samples from Beijing 2008 resulted in a positive test for the prohibited substance dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (turinabol).

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Federal hiring freeze could kill hundreds of NM jobs

For example, the report found the 1980 freeze under Reagan hampered the ability of the Interior Department to effectively monitor the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, as two important positions went unfilled. "President Trump's action will disrupt government programs and services that benefit everyone and actually increase taxpayer costs by forcing agencies to hire more expensive contractors to do work that civilian government employees are already doing for far less", AFGE National President J.

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Sky Q Will Launch Without A Satellite Dish Next Year

The groundbreaking launch is expected to be rolled out in 2018, and will see households who can not - or will not - have a satellite dish enjoy SKY TV, with the service delivered via a box over broadband. The group announced it would launch a broadband service in the United Kingdom next year to give millions of customers who can not or do not want to install a satellite dish access to its full TV service.


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