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Dick Cheney: Russian Election Meddling Could Be 'Act of War'

According to former Vice President Dick Cheney, some could interpret Russia's alleged interference in the US presidential election as an "act of war". "I think he has designs on the Baltics ..." Cheney warned that the Russian autocrat has operated "in ways that none of his predecessors have done for the last 40 years" and said that his actions in the US were profoundly concerning.

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Samsung Pay launched in India: Here's how it works

To operate it, users have to link their bank account and card with the Samsung Pay app. Samsung has also revealed that it has integrated the government's Unified Payments Interface into the app, which could help to further bolster its strength in the market.

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Watch The First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip

Driving a badman "Mad Scientist" truck, O'Donnell's experiment went just about as planned, sending the Las Vegas fans in attendance to roars as his back wheel found the dirt. The truck over-rotated during the landing, but it still leaves the whole front-flip achievement open for debate. YouTube user MonsterJamFilms posted another view of the flip , which also shows the full run leading up to it and the crazed crowd reaction.

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President of embattled Uber leaves after 6 months on job

Jones was named Uber's president at the end of August. The departure of Mr Jones comes days after Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick said the company will hire a chief operating officer who can help write its "next chapter". In February, former Uber employee Susan Fowler Rigetti published a blog post describing a workplace where sexual harassment was common and went unpunished.

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Google details Android O developer preview

Google released a developer preview for its new operating system Android O well ahead of its release. As more cars adopt Android integration, Google also extended APIs to enable third-party calling apps to integrate with the system UI and other audio apps.

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'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Facial Animations Critiqued By 'Uncharted 4' Animator

Being a biotic who was welcomed by the Asari, Cora cares deeply for the humanoid species so players should keep that in mind when making choices regarding them and she is deeply invested in finding the missing Asari ark so that is a good place to start.

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Samsung Pay contactless payment solution launched in India; here's how it works

While the country is still working towards a cashless society, Samsung has launched its cashless plus cardless solution where Samsung users in India will be able to make payments through credit cards, mobile wallet and unified payments interface (UPI) by a single wave of their phone using the Samsung Pay app.

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Analysts Update Their Price Target On First Potomac Realty Trust (NYSE:FPO)

Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT), maintained return on investment for the last twelve months at 4.87, higher than what Reuters data shows regarding industry's average. The stock was sold at an average price of $31.69, for a total transaction of $47,535.00. According to the the latest analyst ratings which have been released, 1 brokers have issued a rating of "buy", 3 brokers "outperform", 8 brokers "hold", 1 brokers "underperform" and 0 brokers "sell".

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American Homes 4 Rent® Announces Public Offering of Common Shares

Considering the performance, American Homes 4 Rent ( AMH)'s shares have the potential to reach a high EPS of 0.02 per share, and a low EPS of -0.02 per share in the current quarter. Brokerage houses, on average, are recommending investors to sell M&T Bank Corporation (MTB)'s shares projecting a $157.14 target price. Relative strength index (RSI-14) for American Homes 4 Rent (AMH ) is at 60.54.

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Lights go out around the world for 10th anniversary of Earth Hour

On Saturday at 8.30 p.m. local time , skylines around the globe will go dark as millions across the world unite to celebrate WWF's "Earth Hour" as part of climate action. On Saturday 25th March at 8.30pm Moor Hall's lights will be dimmed everywhere, all external lights will be switched off and the restaurant and bars will be lit by candles for the hour.

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Snowbirds beware: Severe storms make for a bad week to drive north

It will notify you of any severe watches and warnings in your area. The worst of it is possible throughout a wide swath of central Oklahoma and the northern tip of Texas, with less of a severe risk in northeastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas.

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Rescue crews help lower dangling man to safety after scaffold co

The worker was identified by police as Marcus Perdomo, 63, of Hollywood. Almost an hour later, with two rescue workers attached, the man was lowered to safety nine floors down. The man was placed on a stretcher and taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center. Authorities said he wasn't hurt, but was treated for dehydration.

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US Wins World Baseball Classic

Major League Baseball commissioner, Rob Manfred, claimed that the current WBC has been helped the popularity of the sport in the U.S. No more politics, just one game to win, and so Manager Jim Leyland allowed himself a smile as he opened a pregame news conference.

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IPhone 7 Red, iPhone SE 32GB and cheaper iPad 9.7

Apple just unveiled it's "9.7-inch iPad" and the Red special edition of the " iPhone 7 " and "iPhone 7 Plus". Apple has announced a new app called Clips , a video-making app that can edit videos on your iPhones and iPads. In another update to the iPhone lineup, Apple also doubled the storage options for its lower-cost iPhone SE from 16 GB and 64 GB to 32 GB to 128 GB.

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Android O Developers Preview Features New Notifications Settings, Theme Changes

On Monday, Google began rolling out Android 7.1.2 Nougat beta 2 to all developers, which is available for Google Pixel and Nexus smartphone devices. Password managers will be able to work with this autofill setting to surface usernames and passwords that you can enter into apps without switching to the password manager.

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Powerful winds, large hail take aim at Southern Plains

The tornado risk is lower, but not zero. Gary Mask, a member of Victory Lighthouse Pentecostal, picks up debris around the church after Friday night's storm in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday, March 25, 2017. There will be enough forcing to continue to support the approaching line of showers and storms moving in from the west. This won't be the only day to be on the lookout for severe weather.

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Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new parking spot

Until the new crew capsules are ready, United States astronauts will keep taking Russian rockets to orbit. USA space agency NASA said that one of the International SpaceStation's cooling systems failed Wednesday but it posed no danger to the crew on board.

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Google streamlines Hangouts with bigger focus on chat over SMS

The most visible change may just be aesthetics, as chat will still be built into Gmail and contacts will move over. Aside from the various messaging apps from Android phone makers, it also has its own problems, with numerous overlapping apps that all have similar functions: Allo, Android Messages , Hangouts, Duo, Google Voice, and Google Talk.

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LG files patent infringement lawsuit against United States based smartphone maker BLU

The Korean firm said it has sent warnings to BLU four times since previous year, however, the U.S. firm responded to none of them. LG is known for its patents. LG's complaint and exhibits as filed with the DE district court are now under seal, while any documentation outlining the ITC filing is apparently yet to be published.

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IKEA to introduce smart lighting in Australia in 2018

At the system's heart is the white Trådfri LED bulb, controlled by a remote control that attaches magnetically to your wall. Change the colour in three steps from cold to warm white. Ikea says you won't need to make any wiring changes in the home: the new bulbs go into your existing sockets and lamps. " We also know that being able to dim and adjust lighting is one of the things that people look for and appreciate at home, and being able to do this remotely or via the app with Smart ...

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Freezing rain warning issued for parts of Simcoe County

The freezing rain will likely change to normal rain after midnight, with normal showers in the Monday forecast and a high of 5 C. The mixed precipitation is expected to depart to the east on Friday morning. Periods of freezing rain are expected to develop Sunday morning and persist for much of the day Sunday. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery.

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Waters On Mars: Scientists Linked Impact Crater To Ancient Martian Tsunamis

When the asteroid hit the Martian surface three billion years ago, it created the 75-mile (120-km) wide crater deep within the ocean and triggered 492-foot (150-meter) high waves. The new research also explains the rather odd topographical features known as thumbprint terrain, which have been found on the seaward extremes of some of the tsunami deposits.

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Reuters Confirms that Samsung Intends to Sell Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones

However, there will be no consultations in the United States since Samsung does not plan to sell refurbished Note 7s in this market. Samsung says it will consider all returned devices for refurbishment and resale, or for use as rental devices.

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Samsung is going to put the Galaxy Note 7 back on sale

South Korea's Electronic Times newspaper reported that Samsung will start selling refurbished Note 7s in its home country in July or August and would aim to sell between 400,000 and 500,000 of them using safe batteries. Apparently, the company had to recall the devices due to safety concerns, leaving a huge gap in the Note lineup. Today they have released their plans for the recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones.

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Samsung consider relaunching refurbished Note 7 devices

Now, we know for sure this is happening as Samsung themselves have confirmed it. Samsung Electronics' mobile business chief Koh Dong-jin will once again take the stage to unveil the upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S8 at the Unpacked event in NY on March 29, the company said on March 27.

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Trump expected to drop executive order slashing Obama-era climate regulations

Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday that begins unraveling a raft of rules and directives to combat climate change, which President Barack Obama wove into the fabric of the federal government as he made addressing the issue a centrepiece of his second term.

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IOS 10.3 is here

The app also ties in with Apple TVs Siri integration that allows you to ask for specific movies/shows, and you can even use the app to turn on and off your TV if it supports HDMI CEC. CarPlay has some updates: Now you can access daily playlists and new music categories from the Apple Music app, there's a Now Playing screen for Apple Music that lets you get to the album of the current song or see what's coming up next, and there are now shortcuts for your most recently used apps ...

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Intel's new Optane memory promises to supercharge your PC on the cheap

The technology then chains together memory and storage into a single virtual drive that is accessible to the OS, which then uses Intel's Rapid Storage Technology to accelerate the rate at which actions can be performed, and prioritise the services you use most often.

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Gallup: Trump's approval rating hits another low

In Sydney the S&P/ASX 200 was under pressure with a 1.6 per cent fall in the materials segment helping pull the benchmark index down 0.5 per cent. Trump whipped furiously on behalf of the bill, warning lawmakers that the rest of his agenda would be in peril if it failed to pass.

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Health Care: There's an Empty Net. Will Conservatives Take the Shot?

You're seeing in these numbers why Bannon was so anxious. Some think this will weaken his presidency, but I disagree. That's the lesson Trump took from this experience: Democrats whose motto is "Resist!" would be more reasonable partners to work with than the Freedom Caucus .

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Valkyria Revolution Launches on June 27 for PS4, PS Vita & Xbox One

Check out a new teaser below, followed by a peek at the Vanargand Edition, which will be available with pre-orders and limited launch copies. The game will also get a special Vanguard Edition, which comes with a Soundtrack CD including twelve songs composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, and a 1.5 inches pin portraying the emblem of the Vanargand anti-valkyria unit, on the Xbox One and PS4.

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Australian captain Steve Smith takes stunning catch to dismiss India's Wriddhiman Saha

There's self-satisfaction and now I am suitable for both formats and the confidence is inherently increasing, that I can back myself as a longer version player. Jaddu and Saha batted really well. Even on the most unresponsive surfaces, Jadeja has been his skipper's go-to man to keep a lid on the run-scoring.

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Here's Why Trump Won't Be Able to Keep His Promise Coal Miners

Pruitt says that the White House plan is both "pro-jobs and pro-environment" and, unlike the Obama plan, will not be "tethered" to the Paris Climate Agreement. The administration believes that "those orders simply don't reflect the president's priorities when it comes to dealing with climate change", the aide said.

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Chelsea beat Arsenal and Manchester rivals to Gers wonderkid

Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has made a last ditch attempt to stop Billy Gilmour quitting the club for Chelsea , report The Express . But, the Blues have managed to beat them to the youngster. The 15-year-old will move for a fee of around £500,000 in the summer after he was convinced to leave the Scottish Premiership side following a visit to Chelsea's Cobham Training Centre.

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'The Walking Dead' is going to war in the Season 7 finale

What's of note is my quite overwhelming hatred of both characters. Can't say that I don't get where she's coming from, but their peace is surely fleeting as resources get more scare and the Saviors travel farther for goods. Eugene completely screwed up yet another tense situation on this week's Walking Dead , delivering poison to Sasha instead of the weapon she specifically asked for.


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