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$40 Adapter Fixes The iPhone 7's Biggest Issue

However, a statement from Apple's fine print said the Jet Black colour is prone to "fine micro-abrasions". You could still owe more if your phone is damaged; while Apple includes its AppleCare service program, which covers two damage "incidents", it will charge you $29 for screen damage and $99 for any other damage, plus tax.

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A smarter way to get your new iPhone 7

Fortunately Belkin has come to the rescue, though you're going to need to pay $40 for the privilege. It's been just 24 hours and already there is a new accessory for the iPhone 7 that lets users charge their phone and listen to music. The Belkin website states that the device "supports one Lightning Audio device and one charger only", so using the second Lightning port for anything other than charging might be a no no.

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Airline prohibits charging Note 7 on flight

Samsung has announced details of the Product Exchange Programme for Galaxy Note 7 owners. "My brand new Note 7 exploded this morning while I was still asleep, it was plugged in and charging", Hua posted on a technology forum in comments published on Wednesday.

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New Miss America to be crowned Sunday night in Atlantic City

The parade takes place on the eve of the pageant finale. The show that will end with current Miss America Betty Cantrell crowning her successor, will be held at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City , New Jersey, on Sunday, Sept. The initial field of 52 will be trimmed down to 15 based on preliminary scores, with one of the finalists chosen via public voting. Ciara and four women who previously took home the Miss America crown - Kira Kazantsev (2015), Heather French Henry (2000), Ericka ...

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Indonesian airline bans use of Galaxy Note 7 phone during flight

On Saturday, Samsung told users in South Korea to stop using the devices and to bring them to the company's service centers. Samsung plans to provide Galaxy Note 7 devices with new batteries in South Korea starting on September 19. The South Korean smartphone maker suffered a blow as reports of exploding batteries forced the firm to delay shipments of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, and knocked $7 billion off its market value.

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Check out all the action in this Pokemon Sun and Moon video

Nintendo just recently released their new characters: members of the Aether Foundation - a foundation that heals hurt Pokemon . He can be found at the 1:31 mark for a split second. Namely Raticate, that has both Normal and Dark types. The more gamers learn about Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon , the more it feels as though Nintendo is consciously deciding to embrace the fan nostalgia that has grown increasingly pronounced over the franchise's twenty year lifespan.

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Consumers should exchange Galaxy Note 7 phones ASAP — Samsung

The move follows a global recall of the device by Samsung following complaints that its batteries can catch fire. A worldwide recall was issued after reports that several dozen of the new devices had suffered exploding batteries. A number of leading airlines, including Australian airlines Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia, have also banned passengers from using or recharging the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 during flights over fire concerns.

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Tesla says new Autopilot would likely have prevented fatality

He also called using the radar as a primary sensor "a very hard problem" to solve, claiming that "no other" manufacturer could have done it without connecting all their cars to the cloud and using fleet learning (where vehicles report back on their surroundings so other cars can take advantage of their findings) to reduce false positives.

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Florida Man Claims Galaxy Note 7 Exploded, Destroyed Vehicle

More trouble for Samsung in the wake of its Galaxy Note 7 recall due to battery explosions. Samsung Australia has formally recalled over 50,000 Galaxy Note 7 phones after finding some of their batteries exploded or caught fire while charging.

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PIA warns passengers against carrying Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on plane

The CPSC also further stated that they wish to determine whether or not a replacement is an acceptable solution for the Galaxy Note 7 problem. In a new statement , Samsung's DJ Koh , President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics tells Note 7 customers to switch of their device and stop using it.

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Putin's hackers practice gaming the U.S. election

According to the Illinois Board of Election general counsel, the state had to shut down its voter registration systems for ten days after the hackers stole the personal data of almost 200,000 voters. Meanwhile, some private sector researchers say some of the information released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation points to a potential Russian link, though they caution their work is preliminary.

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Bangkok Airways, AirAsia, AirAsia X ban Galaxy Note 7

Consumers can visit Samsung's service centres to receive rental phones for temporary use. Samsung plans to provide Galaxy Note 7 devices with new batteries in South Korea starting September 19, but schedules for other countries vary. Several airlines around the world asked travelers not switch on the jumbo smartphone or put it in checked baggage, with some carriers banning the phone on flights.

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North Korea Mocks Obama, Calls Idea of More Sanctions 'Laughable'

Foreign minister Julie Bishop said North Korea's actions were "extremely destabilising" and called on China to intervene to prevent further unrest in the region. Jeffrey Lewis of the California-based Middlebury Institute of International Studies said the highest estimates of seismic magnitude suggested this was North Korea's most powerful nuclear test so far.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 too unsafe to use — USA agency

Airline carriers are to report on relevant issues to the CAAV before September 23, 2016. Last week, Samsung initiated a recall of Galaxy Note7 in select markets over the defective battery issue, which caused the devices to explode and in some instances catch fire.

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Cazorla comes to Arsenal's rescue with stoppage-time penalty

Arsenal left it late to beat Southampton but showed the required character and attitude to challenge for the Premier League title. Nathan Redmond skipped past Nacho Monreal , drawing a foul to earn a free-kick in a flawless position on the edge of the area.

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US North Korea envoy says unilateral action possible

The UN security council agreed at an urgent meeting on Friday to immediately begin work on a new raft of sanctions. The United Nations has strongly condemned North Korea's latest nuclear test and promised new measures against Pyongyang.

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Officer shot, wounded while serving warrant in Shelby

Brackeen has worked with Shelby police since July 2004 and works as a K-9 officer. Shortly after arriving on the scene, officers in the area heard shots fired. A person was taken into custody but released several hours later, WCNC reported . Brackeen was searching for a suspect who had outstanding warrants against him when he was shot, the Shelby Police Department said in a statement.

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Fowler backs Mourinho to spur Manchester United players after derby loss

Ibrahimovic signed a one year deal upon his arrival - with the option of a second - but the report claims that they are looking beyond that even, with the prospect of a new deal to take him to 2019 very much a possibility. De Gea then saved in quick succession from Fernandinho, Nicolas Otamendi and Fernando, before Sane teed up De Bruyne for a shot that hit the right-hand post and rolled across the goal.

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Int'l community voices strong condemnation of DPRK nuclear test

North Korea's nuclear test "deserves the strongest condemnation", Russian Foreign Ministry said in a Friday's statement, warning that the act, in violation of UN Security Council resolutions, will have negative consequences primarily for North Korea itself.

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Watford captain Troy Deeney: West Ham players were taking the mick

Etienne Capoue's powerful half-volley put the visitors in front and Jose Holebas sealed Watford's first victory of the season with a shot from 18 yards out. But Watford recovered and halved the arrears when Ighalo cut inside Sam Byram rather too easily and his shot was deflected past Adrian by the knee of James Collins.

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FDA warning: Some antibacterial soaps do more harm than good

This final rule applies to consumer antiseptic wash products containing one or more of 19 specific active ingredients, including the most commonly used ingredients – triclosan and triclocarban . Michele explained how cleaners with the 19 ingredients could actually increase bacterial resistance and make it harder to fight illness, and those ingredients may also cause hormonal changes.

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Are Physical Pop-Up Stores the Secret to Amazon's Success?

In February, mall operations chief Sandeep Mathrani told reporters that Amazon could hope to eventually open up to 400 brick-and-mortar stores, though he later stepped back from those claims. You can try out all the Kindles and Fire tablets, check out Echo and talk to Alexa, get a handle on what Fire TV is all about, and even pick up Dash Buttons .

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NBC's Farcical Commander-in-Chief Forum

Experts have questioned whether Russian hackers might have had access to Clinton's emails while she used the server, which housed emails discussing government business. Against all odds we were able to bring the two presidential nominees together for the first time and presented an important examination of what each would bring to the role of Commander-in-Chief.

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After taking heat, Clinton clarifies 'basket of deplorables' comment

Clinton, describing (half of) Trump supporters tonight: " Racist , sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it". Speaking to the gay rights supporters, she added that those people are " irredeemable , but thankfully they are not America".

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Awakening the Giant! Iceland's Largest Volcano Might Erupt After Unusual Big Quakes

Katla is located 140km from Iceland's capital, Reykjavik. It was almost 100 years ago, in 1918, since the volcano had a major eruption. The Icelandic Meteorological Office has not yet changed the alert status for Katla from "normal" as no tremors have been recorded.

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Childless Scottish nationalist leader Sturgeon reveals 2011 miscarriage

Hours after the result of the European referendum was announced in June, the SNP leader said her government would start working on legislation for another vote on Scotland's place in the United Kingdom to be held if this is the "best or only way to protect our place in Europe".

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Business Groups Warn California's Climate Law Will Increase Costs

In a statement , California Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Allan Zaremberg said, "Taken together, SB32 and AB197, impose severe caps on the emission of greenhouse gases in California, without requiring the regulatory agencies to give any consideration to the impacts on our economy, disruptions in everyone's daily lives or the fact that California's population will grow nearly 50 percent between 1990 and 2030".

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Garuda Indonesia bans Samsung Galaxy Note7

Maswings said passengers were not permitted to turn on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 while on board with immediate effect. The company said that since Samsung Electronics issued a global recall of the product, it had been working hard to expedite product shipments to fulfil the exchange program and reduce any inconvenience for its customers.

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PIA bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on its planes

It said that Note 7 users in Malaysia can start replacing their current device with a new unit under the program from Sept 29 onwards. Faults with the new premium flagship device could deal a major blow to the South Korean giant, which was counting on the Galaxy Note 7 to maintain its strong mobile earnings momentum against Apple Inc's new iPhones.

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North Korea says sanctions push after nuclear test 'laughable'

South Korean and U.S. Marines stand in smoke Friday during the 66th Incheon Landing Operations Commemoration ceremony in Inch. Obama says the leaders agreed to work with the UN Security Council and the worldwide community to implement existing punitive measures imposed on North Korea for prior instances of unlawful nuclear activity.

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Apple Stock's iPhone 7 Sell-Off -- a Buying Opportunity?

Apple adds one component to its footnote: "Liquid damage (is) not covered under warranty". The first AirPod breakthrough was revealed by an experiment carried out The Verge , which found that a number of non-Apple devices were able to be paired with the new earphones.

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Millions begin annual pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia

During that ritual in Mina past year, on September 24, a stampede killed roughly 2,300 people who were on their way to throw their stones at the Jamarat Bridge. Chanting "Here I am at thy service, O Lord", the faithful climbed the craggy hills outside Mecca where Islam holds that God tested Abraham's faith by commanding him to sacrifice his son Ismail and the Prophet Mohammed gave his last sermon.

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Donald Trump predicts 'very good' relations with Russian Federation if elected

The RT affair comes after Mr Trump's suggestion at the security forum on Wednesday that Mr Putin is a stronger leader for Russian Federation than Mr Obama is for the United States, a comment that was backed up on Thursday by his running mate, Mike Pence.

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Hyundai Elite i20 automatic launched, only available on Magna trim

Shift in the customers' preference back to petrol and high demand for automatic cars have prompted Hyundai to introduce an automatic variant of their much in demand hatchback, Elite i20. For instance, there's no 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, leather clad steering wheel, alloy wheels, rear park assist, ABS, push-button start, and automatic climate control.

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New cases are necessary for the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

While the camera on the iPhone 7 isn't dual lens but is still larger than the camera on the iPhone 6s. Prices for the iPhone 7 Plus ranged from $0 to $880 for the 32GB version. Just to set the tone, these new iPhones will arrive with new advanced camera systems that snap pictures like never before, carry additional power and performance with the best battery life to date in an iPhone, immersive stereo speakers, wide color system from camera to display, a couple of new handsome finishes, and ...


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