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Charter won't have to compete with other cable companies now

Now they can build in areas that don't have fast internet. Removing this merger requirement only highlights the continuing importance of solid consumer broadband protections grounded in Title II of the Communications Act. Pai actually dissented from the order but not because he thought the deal was not in the public interest, but because he thought the conditions the FCC majority extracted from the companies in an effort to micromanage the wider internet economy were not.

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Cheniere Energy exports 100th LNG cargo

Cheniere Energy's (LNG) 4Q16 revenue rose to $571.6 million from $68.4 million in 4Q15, and eightfold increase YoY (year-over-year). The count of Hold ratings in that period was 0. First Quadrant L P CA purchased a new stake in shares of Cheniere Energy during the third quarter valued at approximately $118,000. (LNG) is 0.52. The Average Volume (3 months) is 2.07 Million.

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Microsoft will be selling its own 'edition' of the Samsung Galaxy S8

But there's a major caveat: Bixby will work only with selected Samsung apps, including the photo gallery and messages, along with Google Play Music. Will you be snapping up the Galaxy S8 when it goes on sale next month? In the Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung narrowed the bezel to make the display's viewing area bigger, and White said this is the same thing he expects the iPhone 8 to do.

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Vast crowds attend McGuinness funeral

The former Sinn Féin Deputy First Minister at Stormont died from what is understood to be a rare heart condition in Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry in the early hours of Tuesday morning. "Even more, he earned the right to ask us to honour his legacy by our living - to finish the work that is there to be done". Thousands attended today's funeral of Martin McGuinness in Derry.

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London attack: Muslim group raises $25000 for victims in 48 hours

Ten people have been arrested - nine of whom remain in custody - after raids on properties across the country, police said . The attacker was born in Kent and lived in West Midlands, according to Metropolitan Police. After the attack , the authorities launched a counter-terrorism investigation called Operation Classific, Rowley says. The others killed included teacher Aysha Frade and U.S.

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The iPhone 8 might have a radar-like, new home button

The video shows a person bypassing the facial recognition security feature of the Galaxy S8 by placing a photo in front of the camera. South Korean, tech giant Samsung who has been in troubled waters with the Galaxy Note 7 is making it presence and dominance in the market felt once again.

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Willett goes under the radar again in Masters defence

At age 21, Woods shot 18-under and won the 1997 Masters by a ridiculous 12 shots. He then yanked his drive at 13 into Rae's Creek, eventually closing with an eight-over 80 and taking a share of 15th as Charl Schwartzel claimed victory. He has no top 30s this season on the PGA Tour and just a single top 10 this year on the European Tour. Could you imagine if we got a modern-day version of that leaderboard? "It's a special place and it's even more special now being able to host champions ...

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Blast on Russia's St. Petersburg subway kills 10, injures 50

Authorities believe the explosions were caused by bombs filled with shrapnel to inflict maximum damage. Andrei Kibitov, spokesman for the St. Petersburg governor, told Russian TV that 10 people were killed and 50 wounded in the blast, the Associated Press reported .

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Windows 10 "Creators Update" hopes to make 3-D modeling mainstream

These days, it seems that if the company makes an operating system that no one likes, no one buys it: Windows Vista, which goes end-of-life on 23 April , is now down to just 0.72 per cent (-0.06) in the NetMarketShare figures. Microsoft is also looking to make app security more with the Windows Defender Security Centre. Gone is the Enhanced setting, which formerly split the difference between Basic and Full.

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Surveillance cameras may have captured images of blast suspect

Vladimir Putin, Russia's president, who was in town for a meeting with Aleksandr Lukashenko, his Belarusian counterpart, promised that the security services would "do everything to find out the causes of what had happened". While there was no immediate indication as to what caused the explosion, Russia's security services say they have previously foiled "terrorist attacks" on Moscow's public transport system by militants, some of who were trained by ISIL in Syria.

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Trump signs executive orders to end theft of American prosperity

President Donald Trump will order staff Friday to pinpoint countries and goods responsible for America's almost $50 billion trade deficit, in a protectionist warning shot to trade partners like China. Both Ross and Navarro pointed to steel dumping as an issue affecting the USA trade deficit. "Nothing we're saying tonight is about China", Navarro added.

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Brooklyn Beckham gets his first tattoo to match his dad

BECKHAM continued morphing into his famous father David by having his first tattoo. If I mentioned that I was going to get a tattoo, my dad would probably have made an embarrassing scene and blocked the door to the tattoo shop. "Native Americans are not an 'aesthetic, '" another person complained on Instagram. "May I ask why a Native American symbol?" "Native Americans are not an "Aesthetic".

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Democrats Can Filibuster Neil Gorsuch's Vote. Will Republicans Trigger the 'Nuclear Option?'

Sen. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell said on Sunday he was certain Mr Gorsuch would be confirmed this week. Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch gestures as he speaks during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Samsung Confirms They'll Re-Release the Galaxy Note 7

A refurbished mobile phone refers to a repaired phone that is back on sale at a cheaper price after being returned to the seller due to manufacturing defects. The smartphone will then go through a process of metal extraction using environmental-friendly methods. That rumor from February which talked about this said the refurbished handsets would be sold in emerging markets such as India and Vietnam .

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Terror in St. Petersburg: Metro explosion leaves 10 dead

Russia's health minister says that 10 people died in the subway explosion in St. Petersburg. A member of the Investigative Committee said the blast is an act of terrorism, and Interfax said two people are being sought, one for planting the explosive device on the train, and one for second device that was defused.

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Hotel fraternity not to move SC over liquor ban

The Supreme Court order had banned liquor vends within 500 metres of national highways and state highways from April 1. Cities of Mumbai , Delhi and Gurugram are the worst hit the ban as many pubs and hotels along the highways have gone dry.

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Watch Police Officers Shoot Suspect With His Own Gun

The officer who first opened fire claims he saw Sanchez point the gun at his face before he shot, yet White admits the video may not show that. In the video, you hear officers ordering Sanchez not to reach for a gun in his waistband when the suspect runs and wrestles with one of the officers.

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Russian media say 10 dead in St. Petersburg blast

After a few hours of differing casualty tolls, health minister Veronika Skvortsova said 10 people died from the blast. TASS posted a YouTube video with cellphone footage showing people walking through a smoke-filled station. "Those who suffered during the terrorist act in the St. Petersburg metro will be provided with all the necessary assistance", he said in a message on Facebook.

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Exploit Attacks Your Smart Tv Through Over The Air Signals

Scheel also notes that the code can be altered to attack a wider range of smart TVs. Internet security firms have a new problem to tackle. This type of attack would allow hackers to access other devices in the home network and spy on people with the TV's camera and microphone, the hacker said.

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Severe Weather-Southern Plains-The Latest story

Kelley Gene Williamson, 57, of Cassville, Missouri, was driving the Suburban. The crash happened at a remote intersection near the town of Spur, about 55 miles southeast of Lubbock. Massey says, "I just feel like God must have needed a couple angels, because he took two from us, two good men". Sometimes the storm chasers are not even after money but the thrill of hearing their names read on the air.

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Samsung bringing back refurbished Galaxy Note 7

Samsung in a statement to CNET said it wouldn't offer the refurbish Galaxy Note 7 in the US. Samsung will also contract companies that specialize in extracting precious metals - like copper and gold - from the remaining devices. The tech giant initially planned to begin the refurbishment program after completing the first round of the recall program of Note 7 in September previous year, but the plan was postponed as more fire and explosion cases took place, according to industry ...

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Final Four averaged 16.8 million viewers

Controversy: Tar Heels coach Roy Williams launches expletive-laced tirade when a reporter mentions the words "academic fraud" and "vacate". "I would say the biggest thing we'll focus on is trying to eliminate them from getting as many post touches as possible".

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China poised to take lead on climate after Trump's policy moves

But while it will slow the decline in US greenhouse gas emissions, it will not have a major impact on global emissions. Before the 2015 global climate negotiations in Paris, Wal-Mart was one of 81 companies that promised to reduce emissions.

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Nintendo Switch emulator SCAM - don't get caught out, security experts warn

A Symantec spokesperson said that most of the websites that promote free Nintendo Switch Emulator start off by saying that in order to unlock the download link for the software, the user must first complete a survey. Everyone is advised to take extra effort to check the legitimacy of Amazon reseller accounts before buying a Nintendo Switch from them. This appears to be more than just an isolated case, however.

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Trump aide lashes out at Freedom Caucus lawmaker

Trump said in Thursday tweet after the House Freedom Caucus members effectively derailed the Republican-led health care bill last month. Amash responded in less than an hour, claiming the Trump administration and establishment "have merged into #Trumpstablishment ".

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Over 20 million people in United Kingdom are physically inactive, reveals report

The charity warns that the United Kingdom is suffering one of the most significant national health crises and says that even physically active people are risking cardiovascular disease if they don't take part in regular vigorous exercise. In the United Kingdom alone it causes one in ten premature deaths from coronary heart disease, and one in six deaths overall, it said. "Every pound raised will help fund vital research in the fight against heart disease".

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McConnell: Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch 'will be confirmed this week'

If confirmed to fill a vacancy created by the February 2016 death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, Gorsuch, 49, a federal appeals court judge from Colorado, would restore the nine-seat high court's conservative majority, fulfilling one of Trump's top campaign promises.

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Scientists Grow 'Super-Potatoes' In Extreme Mars-like Conditions

A new study has proven that the tuber crop will grow in conditions that are very similar to those found on the Red Planet. The researchers believe that their experiments show that potatoes could one day be grown on Mars. Later on, researchers discovered the winning potato species that was unique. In a second stage, scientists planted one of the most robust varieties in the even more extreme conditions of the simulator.

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US man suffers burns from being nearly electrocuted by phone on charge

Fortunately, Day was able to break the chain off his neck in time. After having learnt his lesson the hard way, Day wanted to share his message with others who sleep next to their charging phones. "Many older cords are made with small wire that can overheat easily". Smartphone users are advised to keep their devices on a nearby table, chair or the floor when they're connected to chargers.

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Patrol: Inmate suspected in beating death of serial killer

A serial killer and former nurse's aide who was known as the "Angel of Death" has died on Thursday after being attacked two days earlier inside of an OH prison, the Associated Press reported . He told his former attorney the killings began in 1970 when was at Marymount Hospital in Kentucky. Harvey killed most of his victims by poisoning them with substances like cyanide, rat poison, petroleum distillate or arsenic, which he often mixed into beverages or foods like freshly baked pie.

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Ecuador leftist claims victory, conservative demands recount

Lasso and his supporters claimed victory and began celebrating in the streets of the capital as soon as exit polls showed them winning - waving flags and honking vehicle horns wildly. As a campaign promise, Lasso had vowed to have Assange removed from his quarters in London within 30 days of taking office. Both candidates claimed victory before the first ballots were even counted.

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Facebook, Mozilla and others launch $14mn fund to support news integrity

Knight Foundation, the Tow Foundation, AppNexus and Betaworks. World's largest networking site, Facebook Inc., along with Mozilla, City University of NY, and several other industry leaders have launched a $14 million fund to support news integrity, said a post on the CUNY website.

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Samsung Elec confident Galaxy S8 series to do better than bestseller S7

According to a Samsung Insider, the R&D team is working on another model that is going to be available a few weeks after the S8, S8+ availability. This differs from the standard edition of the Samsung Galaxy S8 only a tiny bit - OneDrive, Skype, and Office all come aboard the standard versions of both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

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Jerry Jones wants National Football League to relax rules against marijuana use

Despite the fact that Jones wants the marijuana policy to change, apparently, he was reminded by his fellow owners that a change won't be coming anytime soon because it's something that would have to be collectively bargained. Second-year running back Ezekiel Elliott is now under investigation by the National Football League due to a number of off-field situations including alleged domestic violence.

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W. Mosul's old quarter hit by airstrike; 11 killed

Army Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend, the top commander for USA and coalition forces in the fight against the Islamic State, has also directed a formal, in-depth investigation, known as a 15-6, into the airstrikes, Scrocca said . "We have not relaxed the rules of engagement", Votel said. US -backed forces are attempting to push IS fighters out of west Mosul after having liberated the less-populated eastern part of Iraq's second-largest city.


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