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Reliance Jio 4G Sim: How To Buy & Device Compatibility

There will be no roaming charge. The announcements came against the backdrop of a series of discounts and freebies offered by existing layers like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea during the past month, ostensibly to ensure customers stay with them, even after the commercial launch of Jio .

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Canada ramps up business ties with China, inking $1.2B in deals

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday he had had hard conversations with Chinese leaders on human rights, as his government announced the signing of 56 deals with China worth more than $1.2 billion. The deals signed on Thursday involve companies in sectors from seafood to clean technologies, the trade minister said ahead of a speech by Trudeau.

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IPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus: Why Apple got many people disappointed

Given that the new iPhones do not come with a headphone jack and with Apple trying to promote wireless audio with the AirPods , we guess the fact that these headphones are wireless should not come as a surprise. "We are committed to fitness and health and think our customers will love the new capabilities of Apple Watch Series 2", said Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer.

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IPhone 7 launch: Here's the whole Apple event in just 120 seconds

While the 32GB phone will be available for Rs 60,000, the pricing of the other models was not disclosed. As widely speculated, Apple also introduced " AirPods ", wireless headphones for the new phone, eliminating the traditional headphone jack.

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Samsung Galaxy Note7 Battery Explodes

The South Korean tech giant had announced last Friday an unprecedented global recall for its flagship phablet. "Following the world wide recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 Personal Electronic Device (PED), we are requesting that passengers do not charge them inflight", the spokesman said.

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PS4 Pro's 4K Output is Upscaled, Not Native?

PS4 Pro will be releasing on November 10, 2016, for the price of $399, the same price the original PS4 launched with. However, Sony did announce that both Netlix and YouTube will have new apps on the system to support 4K streaming video. The PS4 Pro looks slightly different, with a three-tiered staircase thing going on. The Verge reported that the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro has been equipped with a faster processor, better graphics, and support for the 4K resolution.

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Modi blasts 'rising export of terror' at ASEAN summit

Without naming Pakistan, Prime Minister NarendraModion Thursday said that strongest action should be reserved for those states that use Terrorismas an instrument of state policy. He added the EAS is adopting statement on non proliferation and that India remains committed to strengthening its objectives. He also said that India as already implemented 54 activities mentioned in the ASEAN-India Plan of Action.

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Rio 2016 Paralympics: Russia Praises Belarus For Waving Russian Flag

The Belarusian man who carried the Russian flag was identified as Andrey Fomochkin, a former USSR winter triathlon champion who also served as Belarus' Deputy Sport and Tourism Minister. Maria Zakharova , spokeswoman for Russia's Foreign Ministry, called the Belarusian delegate who held up the flag a "hero" during her daily briefing Thursday, state news agency Itar-Tass reported.

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New iPhone 7 made phone water resistant for the first time

These dimensions are exactly the same as the 6S and 6S Plus. New colours: In addition to rose gold, gold, and silver, the iPhone will now also come in a simple matte black. So, Lightning-connecting headphones and wireless headphones both offer superior quality over what you can get out of the 3.5mm jack. As expected, it's a dual sensor set up.

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Syria opposition releases plan for 'liberty' and 'democracy' after Assad leaves

A Foreign Office spokesperson told Al-Monitor: "The UK has spent over £5 million ($6.5 million) since the start of the conflict supporting the Syrian opposition". Under the plan being discussed, an "implementation cell" would house United States and Russian military planners together, sharing intelligence, maps and targeting information.

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Apple iPhone 7: retailers predict surge in wireless headphones sales

The iPhone 6s with 16GB of storage cost $649 when it was announced last year, and the iPhone 7 with 32GB of storage costs the same this year. They fit in my ears a little better than EarPods, but not by much - I jumped up and down and shook my head a bit and they felt snug, but I wouldn't count on them staying in during any particularly dynamic activities.

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Ash Carter: Russia sowing seeds of global instability

Carter's remarks follow hacking attacks on Democratic Party organisations in the run-up to the USA election on November 8, some of which US officials and cyber security experts have blamed on hackers working for the Russian government. And we will not ignore attempts to interfere with our democratic processes". His sharp criticism amplifies the already tense standoff between Washington and Moscow over the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, the hacking issue, and the role of North Atlantic ...

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Report sets research priorities for Biden's cancer moonshot

In its preliminary report released today , the panel has underscored the importance of collaboration and integration across the healthcare system, merging science , technology, advocacy, and social science , to strengthen existing infrastructure and also to build new bridges.

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Apple unveils water-resistant iPhone and new watch

There's really not much of a leap in terms of design and build here. With the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple may face a similar challenge. The sport edition of the Apple Watch Series 2 will be available in silver, space grey, rose gold and gold hues accompanied by a host of contemporary coloured bands.

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Apple is betting big on a wireless world

Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! "We're just at the beginning of a truly wireless future we've been working towards for many years". Samsung's weighs in at 3,000mAh and offers talk-time of 22 hours, and while Apple hasn't yet given exact specifications, it's claiming a lesser 14 hours.

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Google's self-driving cars will pull over for emergency vehicles

A supporting U.S. patent filing revealed that Google has hoped for a system that will recognise emergency services' flashing lights. According to an analysis of the patent, the self-driving auto will yield to emergency vehicles like ambulances and police cars by pulling off to the side of the road.

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Tropical Storm Newton Is Headed For The US After Battering Mexico

Prior to making landfall, the weather system that had become Hurricane Newton had caused damage to at least 70 homes and schools in southern Mexico, and heavy rain in Guerrero on Saturday had led to the flooding of around 1,400 homes. 6, 2016. With storm surge expected to impact low-lying coastal areas, ports in the area have been closed and shelters capable of providing sanctuary for at least 16,000 have been opened, Ruiz said.

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Korea not to ban use of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on planes

The owner of this Galaxy Note 7 was reportedly asleep when the handset exploded leaving him with a burnt finger, along with damaging items in the hotel room such as the carpet and the bed sheet. The policy applies to aircraft of Jetstar, the budget carrier of Qantas. Samsung has announced an exchange programme for owners of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in the UAE, a week into a massive recall affecting up to 2.5 million handsets worldwide.

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Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC) Becomes A Growth Company

The stock is going forward its fifty-two week low with 54.08% and lagging behind from its 52-week high price with -36.42%. In looking at the next three to five years, the long term earnings per share estimate growth rate for the company is -1.75%, based on 2 analysts providing projections.

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Syria: Government-held Tartous and Homs hit by at least four explosions

The deadliest blasts hit Tartous, where two explosions hit the Arzouna bridge area at the entrance to the city, killing 35 people. Four people were killed and as many others wounded in the explosion. The Islamic State group said it was behind the attacks. Three people were also killed and several others injured when an explosives-laden auto went off on a road linking the Sabourah and Baja districts of the outskirts of Damascus .

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IPhone Lightning Dock allows music playback while you charge

There is no update on the price of other variants yet. The new smartphones come with Apple seeking to reverse declines in sales of the iPhone in an increasingly saturated global market, and boost its Apple Watch - in a slump since the enthusiasm of last year's release wore off.

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Sony PS4: Pros And Cons Of The Upcoming PlayStation 4 Upgrade

With the PlayStation 4 Pro's additional horsepower, we've been able to add graphical enhancements such as improved reflections, more dynamic foliage, and detailed tessellation. It's all the more odd seeing as Sony is one of Blu-ray's creators, and sells its own movie content on 4K Blu-ray discs. "At Xbox, our goal is to put gamers at the centre of everything we do".

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Brad Pitt Weighs In on the Possibility of Donald Trump Becoming President

Donald Trump and his supporters have Brad Pitt scratching his head. The movie star can understand why so many Americans think Donald Trump would be a good president. "It seems that the people who suffer the most end up betting for the party that would hurt them", he says. "Would someone please explain that to me?" "They're trying to make the rent, get the kids fed, they're exhausted when they get home and they want to forget about everything", he told the mag.

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US researchers tout revolutionary hair-protein identification method

Glendon Parker from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in the USA and colleagues studied whether the proteins found in human hair could offer another tool for identifying individuals in forensic or archaeology scenarios. In the analysis, his team examined hair samples of six individuals who died close to 250 years ago, yet showed the incredible strength of proteins in their hair.

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Microsoft Respond To The PlayStation 4 Pro Reveal

Games that are yet to be released like Horizon Zero Dawn and Dying Light looked far more impressive with more environmental and textural details than their original trailers. The PS4 slim and Xbox One S are both simply the same console you already own, albeit jammed into a smaller, cheaper, neater package. Sony could be struggling to maintain the lead now, as the PS4 Pro is now looking to be the underdog.

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Apple announces three new Beats headphones featuring W1 wireless chipset

The new jet black finish will be offered exclusively on the 128GB and 256GB models from Apple authorised resellers and select carriers, the Cupertino-based tech giant announced on Wednesday. What Apple neglected to mention, however, is that the eyecatching new finish comes with a catch: it is a tad scratch-friendly. Apple has also has done away with the 3.5mm audio jack that has been the industry standard since the Walkman.

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World eats its 10 millionth Raspberry Pi

With this in mind, you can imagine how unusual it feels to be able to announce that over the last four and a half years we've sold a grand total of ten million Raspberry Pis . Raspberry Pis have been used to build everything from robots and drones to supercomputers. Earlier this year, a third-generation Raspberry Pi went to market.

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Ford adds 1.5M vehicles to door latch recall

The vehicle manufacturer lowered its view for 2016 adjusted pre-tax profit to $10.2 billion from $10.8 billion due to the expanded recall, according to an SEC filing. So far the MI automaker has recorded one accident and three injuries related to the recall. Dealers will replace the latches for free. The expansion brings the total number of vehicles recalled for the problem to almost 2.4 million, including just over 2 million in the U.S.

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Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia ban use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7s

For more information on the Galaxy Note7 exchange programme, updates on programme details or further assistance, consumers can visit www. samsung .com/sg/note7exchange or call 1800-SAMSUNG. Samsung's recall - the first for one of the South Korean electronics giant's top of the range phones - came a week before arch-rival Apple unveiled its iPhone 7 on Wednesday.

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How much does the new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch cost?

The new iPhone 7 is finally here and as expected it has arrived in two forms - the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Again, taking the USA price as our comparison point, the 6S has been slashed by $100 in States. For some consumers, 16GB might be too small of a storage, but going 64 may be a bit too much, especially with regards the price. Digging deep inside the phone reveals an A10 Fusion chipset with two high-performance cores that are 40 percent faster than the iPhone 6s' A9 chip.

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Valley Gets Very Little Of Tropical Storm Newton's Rainfall

This storm has quickly weakened during the overnight hours and is forecast to dissipate this morning, the National Weather Service said in a statement . A hazardous weather warning was in effect until 11 p.m., but it was focused on possible thunderstorms and flooding as Newton moved through the state.

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NASA launching spacecraft to intercept asteroid

Understanding the effect could enable researchers to make more accurate predictions about the long term risks that asteroids pose for Earth, as well as plan diversions of those that could be on a collision path with our planet. The mission: OSIRIS-Rex, the United States' first asteroid sample return mission. ever. But there's no need to panic - scientists say it's the closest the asteroid will come to Earth for the next 50 years at least.

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Samsung Exploding Battery Recall: What Canadians Need To Know

Canadians with the devices can exchange their phones for a new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge by starting with this website . What's worse is that the FAA could ban the Samsung's device from being taken into flights. Samsung Electronics Australia mobile vice-president Richard Fink said the recall was issued as a precaution to protect its customers. Let's hope that updated Galaxy Note 7 will not have the battery issue again.

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Former President Bill Clinton attending Metro Detroit Labor Day Parade on Monday

It's about defending what he considers his considers his post-presidential life work: The Clinton Foundation . But Clinton calmed their worries and concerns and vowed to approach business leaders more like Bill Clinton did during his administration, which was widely considered friendly to the private sector.

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Samsung starts Galaxy Note7 recalls in Belgium, blames faulty battery packs

The user claimed that the Galaxy Note 7 exploded while it was charging. Chinese people visit the Samsung roadshow booth promoting their latest Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, outside a shopping mall in Beijing, Thursday, Sept. Samsung began selling the Galaxy Note 7 on August 19 in 10 countries worldwide. More specifically, Korean ITM Semiconductor is the one, at which Samsung points a finger for making the faulty packs.


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