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New Overwatch content seems imminent, following cryptic new Blizzard post

And understandably, Twitterdom has reacted with a mass scratching of heads and stroking of beards - much to the delight of the social wizards over at Blizzard, who have been stoking the confusion. In a post to Twitter, an image refers to a "specimen training module" with two missing inhabitants; one is for the pre-existing hero Winston, but another called Hammond is also mentioned.

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L&T Q4 net rises 28% to Rs 3180 cr

New Delhi , May 29 Engineering and construction conglomerate LaRSen & Toubro (L&T) today registered a 29.5 per cent jump in consolidated net profit to Rs 3,025 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2017. 34% of the total revenue was captured by global business where gross revenue stood at Rs 37,653 crore. L&T won fresh orders worth Rs 1,42,995 crore at the group level during the year.

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JioFiber to offer 100GB data at Rs 500 this Diwali

Recently, company's official Twitter handle confirmed that the JioFiber Preview Offer is now rolled out in six cities including Mumbai , Delhi-NCR, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Surat and Vadodara. Airtel is already bettering its home broadband offering by introducing new packs that offer 90GB of data at Rs 1,099 and 60GB of data for Rs 899. The JioFiber Preview Offer will provide its users with free high-speed internet for the first three months.

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Not everyone is happy your magikarp can die in Magikarp Jump

It all comes down to JP: if your jump stat is higher than your opponents, you'll win. Following its initial launch in Japan, Italy, and several other countries, Pokemon Magikarp Jump is now available as a free download in the U.S. Fans of Magikarp can discover nearly all kinds of this particular Pokemon by using numerous available patterns such as Calico, Polka Dots, etc.

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Tokyo RPG Factory and Square Enix Announce Lost Sphear

The game is called Lost Sphear and will be available for the PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch platforms from early 2018. Players will take control of a boy named Kanata who wakes one day to find that his mother has disappeared and his world is dissolving into mist.

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Android creator will reveal first 'Essential' smartphone May 30

In January, Andy Rubin was said to have been working on a high-end, modular, Android smartphone that focussed on artificial intelligence. This comes months after Andy gave a glimpse of an upcoming bezel-less smartphone. The implementation is, however not similar to what Apple (or most technology giants) are trying to accomplish. On the back, it has a magnetic connector with wireless data transfer; accessories such as the company's 360-degree camera (also launched on Tuesday), snap to it ...

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ASUS' Tango-powered ZenFone AR with 8GB RAM To Launch in US

But the most important thing Shen disclosed in press interviews closely following the company's pre-Computex 2017 keynote is that the ZenFone AR will "finally be launching in Taiwan in mid-June", then stateside "as soon as end of June or early July".

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LG G7 could pack Snapdragon 845 chipset with AR and VR on-board

While the latter made the debut of the Snapdragon 835 SoC courtesy of its earlier terms with Qualcomm, LG was forced to dump the latest flagship in order to have the G6 launched as per the timeline. LG is looking forward to install the chip on G7 and take a lead over its rivals. In addition, the new processor is supposedly being built on a 7-nanometer process.

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British police make 2 more arrests over Manchester terror attack

I expected better from her. The attack was the deadliest in Britain since 2005 when four Islamist suicide bombers attacked London's transport system, killing 52 people. The New York Times published on Wednesday what appeared to be police photographs showing fragments from the bomb and a backpack used to hide it.

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Portland mayor aims to nix free-speech rally, fears 'hatred'

All three had stood up to a knife-wielding white supremacist spewing anti-Muslim venom at two young women, one wearing a hijab . Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler called the men heroes for their actions. "They laid it on all on the line, and they paid the ultimate price for standing up to those values which are bedrock to this country", Wheeler said.

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Asus unveils the world's thinnest convertible laptop yet

ZenBook Pro Headlining the announcements is the new ZenBook Pro, purportedly the "thinnest, lightest and most powerful" version to date. The additions include updated versions of the company's popular ZenBook Pro and ZenBook Deluxe flagship laptops and a new ZenBook Flip S Convertible.

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Retailer Gameolo leaks prices for Intel's new i7 & i9 CPUs

INTEL HAS ANNOUNCED details of it's heavily trailed Core X-Series processors as well as a compute card, a virtual reality collaboration and an always connected PC demo. Also noted is that 10nm CPUs are launching in 2018. "Along with this family of processors, we're introducing the new Intel x299 chipset , which adds even more I/O and overclocking capabilities".

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The thinnest convertible laptop is here!

The ZenBook Pro (UX550 ) is more of a typical thin and light machine, packing an Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a GTX 1050Ti all while promising up to 14 hours of battery life. ZenBook Pro launches with either Windows 10 Pro or Home. The laptop comes with an all-aluminum unibody. It is expected to start arriving in July in some markets with a starting price of $1,299.

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Manchester bombing: Britain reduces threat level from critical to severe

The Greater Manchester Police have stopped sharing information with U.S. security agencies after leaks on the Manchester terror attack to the media by American officials raised hackles in London , amid fears that they may have undermined investigations.

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United Kingdom police say they've arrested some key players behind Manchester bombing

Two more men were arrested early Saturday and taken into custody after officers raided a home in the Cheetham Hill area of central Manchester , police said in a statement . Manchester-born Abedi , a university dropout, grew up in a Libyan family in the northwestern English city. Abedi was known to security services because of his radical views.

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What Trump Had to Say in Memorial Day Address

Robert Kelly, 29, was killed in a roadside bomb blast in 2010 during a foot patrol in Afghanistan's Helmand Province. Secretary Kelly himself made headlines this weekend, downplaying the significance of Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner looking to open a backchannel line of communication with Russian Federation during the transition.

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania's visit to the Mideast

Yet some Israeli officials are less certain of Trump. United States officials said the information originated from Israel. -Israeli intelligence cooperation is "terrific" while attempting to dismiss concerns that the incident violated a confidentiality agreement.

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France's Le Pen won't use Russian Federation contacts during Putin visit

Putin called for the removal of the punitive measures, saying they won't help to bring peace to Russia's former Soviet neighbor. The leaders' first handshakes - relatively brief and cordial - after Putin climbed out of his limousine at Versailles were far less macho than Macron's now famous who-will-blink-first handshake showdown with US President Donald Trump when the two leaders met for the first time last week.

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Hamas Terror Group Calls Trump's Jerusalem Speech 'Racist', 'Falsification of History'

From left to right; Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta, Guinea's President and African Union President Alpha Conde', US President Donald Trump and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni pose for a family photo of G7 leaders and Outreach partners at the Hotel San Domenico during a G7 summit in Taormina, Italy, Saturday, May 27, 2017.

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Alligator found in bottom of Florida pool

The sheriff's office says the female gator broke right through the screen. She filmed as the rescue took place. While crowds flock to the beach this Memorial Day, one Florida gator hit the pool instead.

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British Airways resumes flights from London after IT outage causes chaos

Tens of thousands of air travelers were delayed or stranded worldwide after the "major IT system failure" caused the suspension of service at the two hubs. Delays were also reported in Rome, Prague, Milan, Stockholm and Malaga due to the system failure, which coincided with a bank holiday weekend and the start of the half-term school holidays for many people in the UK.

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Brazilians urge President Temer to step down

Temer is deeply unpopular in Brazil in the wake of the widespread corruption investigation known as Operation Car Wash , though his center-right party remains in charge as part of a coalition government. Mr Temer's conservative government has angered millions of Brazilians with its ambitious austerity reforms, which include the planned raising of the retirement age to fix the country's unaffordable pension system.

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017: MS Dhoni's Super Fast Stumping

Although India's first game in the tournament proper is still days away, the men in blue took some time out to enjoy their practice match win. Reflecting on the same, Ronchi said he was shocked at being asked to open the batting for the Black Caps, before adding that the new role is quite comfortable and that he would love to continue on the same.

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Notorious Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in United Kingdom hospital

Although they were not the most prolific serial killers in British history, the details of their crimes were truly shocking. While Terry Kilbride, the brother of another victim, John Kilbride, told The Sun: "He was a murderous psychopath".

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Andretti backs Alonso for Indy 500 glory

It's been a great experience". Dixon has experienced starting from pole before - in 2008 he went on to win the race and in 2015 he looked a near certainty before fate intervened. In an interview with AP, Dixon says the robbery felt surreal at the time. "We struggled earlier in the week with straight-out speed and just worked on it day to day, but as we progressed and especially once we got to Fast Friday we found some speed".

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Adieu, Angie! No. 1 Kerber out of French Open in 1st round

She said: "This year, the expectations are much bigger, especially in the big tournaments and the grand slams". "Normally I can control my emotions on the court and I'm so I'm happy that I kind of did it, as well, this time", Kvitova said.

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New LG V30 renders show complete design overhaul

The journalist took to Twitter to debut the following images which reveal the V30 could come with a secondary slide-out display. Evleaks, otherwise known as Evan Blass , posted several images of an "old-ish mockup" of one idea LG purportedly had for the LG V30 at one point.

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Major on Poulter's mind ahead of BMW PGA

The tournament was won by Spain's Alvaro Quiros who defeated Zander Lombard in a play-off to take his seventh European Tour title. "The course is unbelievable", he said. I think I need to be in the top 50 to get in the Open Championship. "It's not a golf course I've found too easy in the past, but they have revamped it".

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NASA's SDO sees partial eclipse in space NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

But, as for the solar eclipse this summer, on August 21, unless you're willing to travel, a partial is all we'll be seeing. The Moon enveloped about 89 percent of the Sun. This time, the moon is supposed to transit across the Sun, but it will only cover a small part of this star. In the rest of the country -as well as in parts of South America, Africa, Europe and Asia- people will be able to see a partial eclipse.

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Manchester police make more arrests in terro... 9:36 pm Sun

Armed police guard the area during the Great Manchester Run in Manchester , England Sunday, May 28, 2017. "The area that I'm most concerned about is the internet companies who are continuing to publish the hate publications, the hate material that is contributing the radicalizing people in this country", said the British interior minister.

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Alaska volcano erupts again; aviation alert raised to red

Jeffrey Freymueller, a professor at Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska said, "We observed the red color code this afternoon because of numerous lightning detections and increased seismic signals". No further ash emissions have occurred at Bogoslof Volcano since the explosion, and seismic activity remains low, according to the observatory. "Additional ash-producing eruptions could occur at any time, however, with no detectable precursors".

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Trump returns to United States ready to make major changes amid Russian Federation crisis

Kushner, who is married to Trump's daughter Ivanka, had contacts with Moscow in December about opening a secret back channel of communications, according to news reports published while Trump was away on his trip. Following a 10-day global trip that included a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump returned to Washington on Saturday amid swirling controversies centering on numerous fronts.

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One F1 comeback is enough for Button

Wehrlein and Button came together at Portier and as the McLaren tried to get down the inside, the two cars collided flipping the Sauber into the barriers. "I never expected to have this opportunity, so this is a great memory for me". Button, however, defended the move, saying: "I went up the inside and obviously I thought it was on because I wouldn't have made the move".

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British Airways disruption continues for third day after IT system crash

BA had been forced to cancel all its flights from Heathrow , Europe's busiest airport, and Gatwick on Saturday after a power supply problem disrupted its operations worldwide and also hit its call centres and website. The airline has said there is no evidence of a cyber-attack. Many passengers were left with no choice but to leave their bags behind and sleep in the airport not long after both incoming and outgoing flights had been canceled.

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Coal India Q4 net profit falls 38% to Rs 2716 cr

The company had posted a profit of 4,398.35 crore for the corresponding quarter a year ago. Analysts on average had estimated a consolidated profit of Rs 3,820 crore, according to Thomson Reuters data. Net sales (including excise duty) for 2016-17 was flat at ₹81,054.1 crore, versus ₹81,071.7 crore. During the fiscal, the state miner offered 94.23 million tonnes of coal for e-auction as against 56.31 mt during 2015-16.


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