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Samsung plans to refurbish some recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones

South Korea's Electronic Times newspaper, citing unnamed sources, said on Tuesday Samsung will start selling refurbished Note 7s in its home country in July or August and will aim to sell between 400,000 and 500,000 of the Note 7s using safe batteries.

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Trump Signs Order Reversing Obama's Efforts to Combat Climate Change

Trump did not say whether he would pull out of the Paris Agreement, agreed by nearly 200 nations and which seeks a shift from fossil fuels this century as the cornerstone of efforts to limit heat waves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels.

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New Widget, Gboard Keyboard Search Feature Added

The "Trending on Google" widget keeps you in the know about hot topics and breaking news from around the world by displaying live trending Google searches. Just 3D Touch on the Google app's icon and you'll see the widget instantly. Google's very old wish of making its search engine even more compatible with the iOS has received a push today, when the company announced some new features for its search engine app on the iOS.

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Kristen Bell couldn't be mean to husband on CHiPS set

Rookie California Highway Patrol Officer Jon Baker (Dax Shepard) joins forces with undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Frank "Ponch" Poncherello ( Michael Peña ) to bust a corruption ring within the CHP, and bring the crooked traffic law enforcers to justice.

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Google releases official walkthrough video of Android O's new features

Google has rolled out a developer preview of the next Android release, simply codenamed "O" (which has set off a flurry of speculation about which dessert it will reference when it is fully launched). Although cases of ransomware on Android devices are very rare at the moment, Google has always been applying preventive methods to protect users from this threat and has added additional security features on Android Nougat to fight against it.

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Ford recall adds engine fire risk to door latch troubles

Last week, Ford warned it expects lower earnings per share in the first quarter and lower pretax profit in 2017 due to higher spending on commodities, warranties and investments and a drop in sales volumes especially fleet sales. Ford said it will mail to owners instructions on how to check and refill the coolant. Door latches have been a major problem for Ford vehicles during the past three years, resulting in investigations by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and recalls ...

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McConnell confident Dems won't keep Gorsuch off high court

Cardin and Shaheen were among what seemed to be a dam breaking of Democrats announcing their opposition on Tuesday. Republicans have a 52 to 48 margin in the Senate, and it was unclear how many Democrats - even those opposed to Gorsuch - would join in on a filibuster.

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United Airlines slammed after barring girls in leggings

The airline's policy does not allow "pass" travelers - a title given to United employees or their dependents who can fly for free on standby - to wear "form-fitting" spandex trousers or shirts, among other articles of clothing including flip-flips and mini-skirts.

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'Significant arrests' made in United Kingdom terror attack case

The man police have identified as the Westminster Bridge attacker was a 52-year-old Briton, who was not on a terrorism watch list. He added: "We've seized 2,700 items from these searches, including massive amounts of computer data for us to work through".

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Carrick on Mkhitaryan: "I like his playing style"

Having built a similar structure at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, the Portuguese coach will be looking for such a complement to his attacking talent like Ibrahimovic, Martial, Mata, Rashford and Mkhitaryan. The North London will face a tough dilemma as to whether they would accept the reported £40m that United are prepared to offer for his services. It remains to be seen whether that will be enough to convince Spurs to sell.

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Led strike should not have collapsed Mosul building: US commander

The top coalition commander said Tuesday there is a "fair chance" that the us -led coalition played a role in the March 17 airstrike on a building in Mosul that killed dozens of Iraqi civilians. Gen Townsend said: "My initial impression is the enemy had a hand in this". "It could have been a combination of events that caused this tragedy, and that's why we're hesitant to say anything definitive until our proper process is completed", Townsend said.

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India brings back 10 percent tax on wheat imports

Wheat harvesting has star ted in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. On 8th of December a year ago, the government had reduced customs duty on wheat to zero from 10 per cent to boost domestic availability and check retail prices. In many key tur producing regions, the lentil's prices had crashed below the minimum support price of R50.5/kg in the last season, forcing the government to step up procurement.

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China affirms climate pledge after Trump rolls back rules

The decree, dubbed the "Energy Independence" order, will seek to undo former President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan requiring states to slash carbon emissions from power plants - a critical element in helping the United States meet its commitments to a global climate change accord agreed by almost 200 countries in Paris in December 2015.

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Tata Tigor to be launched in India tomorrow

The base variant of the Tata Tigor gets some pretty nice features and equipment like - body colour bumpers, chrome accent on the front grille, 3D-style headlamps, LED tail lamps with LED High mount stop lamps and a stylish hubcap. The infotainment unit offers add-on functions like - SD card reader, call reject with SMS feature, incoming SMS notifications and read-outs, Voice Command Recognition, image and video playback and digital controls for FATC.

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Google Play Store Adds "Free App Of The Week" Section, New Tabs

Google Play Store now features a " Free App of the Week " section that offers free of charge for a week. Please remove any references to your app's price from your app's name, including any references to your app being free or discounted.

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Australians no longer friends, says Indian skipper Virat Kohli

Surpassing that milestone would leave only Shane Warne above Lyon on the list of Australia's most prolific Test spinners. Perhaps the big difference was the final day, when the beaten Smith apologised for his indiscretions, but Kohli said the Australians were no longer his friends - and India snubbed Australia's offer of a conciliatory beer.

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Two Girls Are Banned From Flight For Wearing Leggings

The girls, whose ages were not released, agreed to change into trousers and take another flight. The airline, which is part of United Continental Holdings, sparked anger on social media following the decision to deny entry to the girls at Denver International Airport.

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Kathrada: South Africa's anti-apartheid veteran dies aged 87

South Africa has lost one of its heroes, anti-apartheid veteran Ahmed Kathrada who died at age 87 on Tuesday. He choose instead to serve as one of Mandela's closest advisers during his time as the country's first black leader. "We must say, in the name of Ahmed Kathrada all these problems must be addressed". The arrests led to the Rivonia Trial. He was tried and found guilty of treason by the apartheid regime in 1964.

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Britain's May to launch EU divorce proceedings on March 29

The actual Brexit talks will not start for around three or possibly more weeks after the summit, as leaders have to approve more detailed negotiating lines and give a mandate to European Commission negotiator Michel Barnier, EU officials said .

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Monday Apple Rumors: AAPL Releases New iOS, MacOS and WatchOS Updates

Workflow is also important as Apple tries to extend computing experiences beyond your phone, which is increasingly become the "digital hub" that Steve Jobs once envisioned when he dropped "Computer" from the company's name. You'll also get the new Apple File System , although this isn't exactly something that you'll notice while using it. Expected iOS 11 improvements include big advancements with Siri, design changes, performance improvements and even more cross over between Apple's ...

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Tar Heels' Maye headlines list of Final Four X-factors

Gonzaga is in its first Final Four but the Zags had knocked on the door a few times . We'll have up-to-the-minute scoring and stats here throughout the game. Florida looked to have won this one with about a minute left to go, but Wisconsin did not go quietly. But South Carolina's Tyasha Harris was not about to let the Gamecocks lose.

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South Africa's Gordhan says he is still finance minister

Zuma, who is due to step down as head of the ruling African National Congress in December and as president in 2019, has previously downplayed suggestions that he intends to reorganize his cabinet and fire Gordhan. "The main opposition party Democratic Alliance criticised the decision, saying in a statement: "(It) is so freaky that it appears, at best, calculated to humiliate the minister or, at worst, to suggest that the minister is about to be fired".

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Tencent Purchases 5% Stake In Tesla

Chinese tech giants, including Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu, have recently been attracted by new technologies, seeing them as a source of new revenue streams and an opportunity to create new business models. Wilson Chow, TMT leader for PwC China and Hong Kong, said that many Chinese tech companies also have investments in ride-hailing companies, and thus investments into the auto and autonomous driving industry today could be a step towards driverless ride-hailing services in the future.

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New York Firm Unveils Plan to Hang Skyscraper From Asteroid

The Analemma Tower would be a Universal Orbital Support System (UOSS) that would be built in Dubai due to its specialisation in extremely tall buildings, but this would not be its only location. The asteroid would be repositioned into geosynchronous Terra orbit for this objective. That's all well and good, but let's not forget that other NASA research project from late 2016, which found that Earth is woefully unprepared for a surprise asteroid strike, specifically because it's so ...

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North Korea conducts another failed missile test

The concern is that North Korea is advancing its missile technology to the point that it could soon launch a missile capable of hitting targets in Japan, such as a us military base. CBS News' David Martin says the message from Pyongyang was clear; defiance in response to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's announcement that a pre-emptive military strike against North Korea could be on the table.

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Drying out Wednesday, another system arrives Thursday night

Tomorrow: Partly to mostly cloudy, cooler. Lows through this period will be in the mid-50s with clear conditions. The sun returns on Monday as it looks now, just in time for Red Sox opening day. As we start the day conditions will be mostly clear to partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 40s/ low 50s and winds from the southwest at 5-15 miles per hour.

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South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Kathrada was exemplary freedom fighter, says Uhuru

A life fighting racial injustice Born to immigrant Indian parents in the town of Schweizer-Reneke in the North West Province, he became involved in politics at the age of 12, distributing leaflets for the Young Communist League of South Africa.

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Trump's latest executive order dismantles Obama's climate change policies

Furthermore, Trump's order rescinds Obama's executive order that encouraged agencies to prepare for changes in Earth's climate. Mr. Obama's Clean Power Plan has been caught in a judicial wrangle, with 24 American States and the fossil fuel industry opposing it and 18 States and environmental groups defending it.

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Paul Manafort Volunteers To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee, Lawmaker Says

Nunes' office said the White House had "no input in the decision" to cancel Tuesday's hearing in which the former directors of national intelligence and the CIA and the former acting attorney general had already agreed to publicly testify.

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Movie Beat: "Saban's Power Rangers" everything a remake should be

Just ask these questions for starters. In return, he offers to use his skills to help Jason skip out on his ankle monitor. Becky G takes on the controversial role of Trini Kwan, the extreme outcast of the group who has a few secrets of her own.

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Disney,Tongal launch kid-led Beauty & the Beast shorts

The story includes the classic bad guy, Gaston and is a true definition of a timeless film, anyone can love this fairytale. Now, I have neither seen nor spoken to my first ex-husband in 17 years, so it is certainly possible that the love of some other woman melted his anger and revealed the kind prince underneath.

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DREAMer's tax post goes viral

Belen Sisa, 23, is shielded from possible deportation by former President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, the Arizona Republic reports. "Daring Donald J. Trump to show his taxes, Sisa used the hashtag * a class="_58cn" href="https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/heretostay?source=feed_text&story_id=1336499493062644" data-ft="{"tn":"*N","type":104}" *#HereToStay to close off her viral Facebook post.

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With new website, Google opens up about how it does open source

Some of the projects hosted here include the Android device operating system, their machine learning library TensorFlow, the Chromium web browser and more. The company both uses and makes open-source code every day of the year. This release is also accompanied by the release of Google's internal documentation named how we do open source at Google.

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English cricket moves closer to setting up IPL rival

The ECB also announced a fuller review of its Articles of Association , which will cover financial regulations. In making the announcement, Mr Harrison claimed that new tournament would 'safeguard the future of the game and engage a generation of children that now spends less time outside per day than prison inmates'.

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"Let's wait and see", South Africa's Gordhan says on sacking reports

The rand, which trimmed its losses to 1 percent against the dollar following his comment, has been volatile since Zuma ordered Gordhan to return from a trip to Britain, rattling investors who see the minister as a focus of stability. "(It) is so weird that it appears, at best, calculated to humiliate the minister or, at worst, to suggest that the minister is about to be fired in a cabinet reshuffle", said shadow finance minister David Maynier.


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