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Google starts rolling out Android N update to Android One devices

Search giant Google has started rolling out the latest version of its mobile operating system, Android 7.0 Nougat, to Android One devices. The Android One smartphones are getting the new version of Android via an OTA update. First to get Android Nougat are some of the Google Nexus phones. Besides, not receiving Nougat officially is hardly the end for users. In addition, Android Nougat offers a new way of multi-tasking with the Split-screen feature.

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Katie Holmes Shares Sweet Photos of 10-Year-Old Suri Cruise

Holmes recently opened up to Us Weekly about Suri's style insisting she doesn't take any cues from her fashionable mama. One shot shows the mom-of-one, whose hair is pulled up into an elaborate braid, hiding alongside Suri to surprise the birthday girl.

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Tesla to update Autopilot to improve safety

Away from radar, he also revealed that Teslas in Autopilot mode will need to be parked if repeated warnings to hold the steering wheel are ignored by the driver. However, given that radar can see through most visual obstructions that a camera cannot detect, such as fog, dust, rain and snow, Tesla has chose to make it a primary control sensor .

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PIA bans use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on its planes

The advice comes after USA aviation safety officials warned airline passengers not to turn on or charge Note 7 model handsets during flights. Several airlines have instigated a ban against the use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, after a battery fault in the device caused dozens of phones to explode in the US.

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People remember learning of 9/11 tragedies with #WhereWereYou

Everywhere you looked in the shadow of the Flight 93 Memorial Visitors Center, there were people in uniform - from all branches of the military, members of the National Park Service, site volunteers and those bedecked in pins and ribbons declaring them as friends, family and mourners.

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Samsung Galaxy ban spreads

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 registered strong sales numbers but shortly after its release, the latest smartphone from Samsung became an embarrassment for the company due to battery-related fire issues. The recall by the safety commission will allow the US Federal Aviation Administration to ban passengers from carrying the phones on planes. Samsung Pakistan also delayed the launch date of Note 7 in Pakistan and halted the pre-orders.

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TD Bank branch in Bristol robbed, suspect wanted

Police spokesman Capt. Christopher Davis said in a Tweet that the incident took place at about 10:15 a.m.at the Webster Bank, 1041 Main St. He made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the bank on foot. Bedford Police describe the suspect as approximately six feet tall with a slender build, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the United States Army logo on it and dark-colored gloves and trousers.

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M1 releases prices for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

The parody dives right in, mocking Apple's claim that it took " courage " to remove the headphone jack. T-Mobile is launching iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus starting next Friday, September 16. The Geekbench results referred to the iPhone 7 Plus by its codename, iPhone 9,4, but includes details about the device, such as its processor, operating system number and RAM.

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Dual Camera To Continue Being Exclusive To High-End iPhones In 2017

Again, Verizon offers a trade-in deal for users with iPhone 6 or 6s with a $650 monthly credit for 24 months, and that's just for the 32GB iPhone 7 . The investor note, which makes reference to a general belief that all the new iPhone models will come with a dual-camera module in 2017 as a trickle-down effect, places doubt on the possibility of the dual camera being adopted in non-Plus iPhones .

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Telenor starts sale of VimpelCom stake in the US

Telenor has begun the process of exiting from VimpelCom by announcing details of a public share offering in the US. Shares of VimpelCom (VIP) were sliding 5.77% to $3.67 on heavy trading volume mid-Monday morning after the Amsterdam-based telecom company announced a public offering of 142.5 million American depositary shares.

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Obama slams Trump as alone in 'denying' climate change

Obama spoke before a crowd of 7,000 at the Annual Lake Tahoe Summit Wednesday . "Just as this place is sacred to Native Americans, it should be sacred to all Americans". This was the president's first visit to Tahoe. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer as well as Gov. Jerry Brown and Sen. Scientists are anxious about the loss of clarity in the alpine lake caused by a wide variety of factors over past half-century, including housing construction, storm-water runoff, automobiles and aquatic ...

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Keep track of Analyst's Recommendation: J P Morgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM)

The company's revenue was up 2.5% compared to the same quarter previous year. J P Morgan Chase & Co closed its last trading session at $67.25 with the loss of -0.89%. Deutsche Bank AG reaffirmed a buy rating and issued a $70.00 price objective on shares of JPMorgan Chase & Co.in a research report on Wednesday, May 18th.

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World of Warcraft lead designer announces Bonfire Studios

Pardo is working with a handful of folks who are coming with him from Blizzard Entertainment - the Activision-owned studio responsible for " World of Warcraft ", " Hearthstone ", "Overwatch", and many other blockbusters; he's also hiring.

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HTC Nexus Sailfish, Google PIxel XL rendered images sighted online

Official product render for ASUS' Nexus 7 tablet. For one, it's hard to think why Google would be teasing the release of a Nexus device when the company is believed to be ditching the name "Nexus" for its smartphone devices. Also expected is a 12MP primary camera, an 8MP front-facing shooter along with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Also read: Google Pixel XL Available For Pre-order By Early October.

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Pneumonia brings Hillary Clinton's health back as hot issue

Those concerns are now unavoidable, made real by Clinton's abrupt departure Sunday from a 9/11 anniversary ceremony and a video showing the Democratic nominee staggering and eventually slumping forward before being held up by three people as she was helped into a van.

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Jeff Bezos unveils new rocket to compete with SpaceX

Bezos is expecting New Glenn to expand Blue Origin's reach outside of the sub-orbital limitations of its current rocket model, New Sheppard. New Glenn will be taller and more powerful than a SpaceX Falcon 9, which stands 230 feet tall and puts out 1.7 million pounds of thrust (though the Falcon Heavy, created to use three boosters like a Delta IV Heavy, will put out 5.1 million pounds of thrust).

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Mattek-Sands, Safarova win US Open; 3rd major doubles title

The start of the U.S. Open men's singles final at Arthur Ashe Stadium late Sunday afternoon was a mess for the third-seeded Swiss couldn't have gone worse. All three of his grand slam wins have come against the No1 of the time, while he is unbeaten in 11 finals. Garcia and Mladenovic lost in the first round there, then were provisionally suspended by the French tennis federation for "damaging" its image by criticizing officials over a clothing mix-up before that match.

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Obama calls on Americans to embrace diversity on 9/11

Everybody remembers exactly where they were and what they were doing on the morning of September 11, 2001. We thank the first responders who risked everything to save others. The president said extremist organizations such as the Islamic State group and al-Qaida know they can never drive down the USA, so they focus on trying to instill fear in hopes of getting Americans to change how they live.

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Millions of Muslims Begin Annual Hajj Pilgrimage

Able-bodied Muslims the world over must make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime if it is financially possible. Muslim pilgrims gather for prayers at Namira Mosque in Mount Arafat, southeast of the Saudi holy city of Mecca, on September 11.

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FAA issues warning to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners about flying

The fire in Dornacher's vehicle came just days after Samsung announced a massive recall of all Note 7 phones, after it discovered that some phone batteries were overheating and exploding. Apple is expected to announce its new iPhone next week and Samsung's mobile division was counting on momentum from the Note 7's strong reviews and higher-than-expected demand.

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Microsoft's Making a Surface All-in-One That'll Be Unveiled Next Month

Recently you might have not heard about any new Microsoft Lumia being launched. He believes that the company may be ending production of its Lumia devices at the end of this year. Microsoft's Director of Engineering (Windows Fundamentals), Laura Janet Butler , has also hinted at a possible Surface Phone to be launched soon.

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Driver Killed, 18 Hurt in Denver Airport School Bus Crash

CBS4 reports, that authorities say 17 to 20 people were taken to hospitals in the area. Others were taken to University Hospital. The unidentified driver, a woman, died. The Legacy football team lost to Chino High School on Friday night in California. More than a dozen students and coaches from Legacy's Junior Varsity (JV) football team made their escape through an emergency exit.

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FDA says no immediate action on soap chemicals

In 2013 , the agency proposed a rule issuing new requirements to investigate the safety of several ingredients in the soaps, including the relatively common ingredients triclosan and triclocarbon, reiterating the concerns in calls issued in 2015 to manufacturers of healthcare antiseptics and again in June regarding hand sanitizers .

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Florida family says exploding Samsung Note 7 totaled Jeep

Following a global recall amid exploding batteries, Virgin Australia, Qantas , and its subsidiary Jetstar banned passengers from charging their Note 7's in flight. The United States Federal Aviation Authority is reported to be considering banning the use of the smartphone on U.S. flights. "On board announcements are being made prior to departure to inform all guests".

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Consumer watchdog agency urges Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners to power down

But, let's face it, it's a recall. Samsung didn't respond to CNNMoney's request for comment. A USA government safety agency on Friday urged all consumers to stop using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which are prone to catch fire, and top airlines globally banned their use during flights.

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Small Details and Observations From Apple's iPhone 7 Event

What does that mean? As Apple announced earlier this week during the official press conference that witnessed the introduction of the iPhone 7 and the Apple Watch Series 2, pre-orders for the new models will start on September 9 at noon, so the Apple Online Store has just started taking orders.

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Doctor says pneumonia, dehydration behind Clinton buckling at 9/11 event

Several hours later, her campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and advised to rest. As she exited the apartment shortly before noon, Clinton said, " I'm feeling great ". Larry Sabato, a veteran political scientist at the University of Virginia, said Clinton's team should release a full health record. The incident compounds an already hard time for Clinton as the presidential race enters its final stretch.

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Mass Effect Andromeda gets new 4K screens and teases a November announcement

Unfortunately, while we did get to see some of the exploration mechanics in action, there was no set-piece battle, or anything hinting at how the combat system will function. Mass Effect 3, the original trilogy's final entry, was released in 2012, so there is no doubt that fans can't wait until next year. According to a report from International Business Times , " Mass Effect: Andromeda " developer was present at Sony PlayStation event to reveal the first look at the game's gameplay.

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Paralympian denies euthanasia plan after Games

She signed euthanasia papers in her native Belgium, where assisted death is legal, in 2008. "When the moment comes when I have more bad days than good days, then I have my euthanasia papers, but the time is not there yet", she told journalists.

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Wawrinka beats Djokovic to win US Open men's title

Before this matchup, Djokovic praised Wawrinka as "a big-match player", and, boy, is he ever. He has now won 11 tournament finals in a row. But Sunday, Djokovic - who fell to 2-for-7 in US Open title matches alone - wasn't feeling that way just yet.

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Seven Police Officers To Be Charged In Alleged Underage Prostitution Scheme

Four other Oakland police officers will be prosecuted: Brian Bunton , on charges of felony obstruction of justice and engaging in an act of prostitution; Warit Utappa and Tyrell Smith , who allegedly searched a criminal justice computer system without an authorised goal; and LeRoy Johnson , on charges of failing to report sexual misconduct against a minor.

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ASU helping to make space history with asteroid mission

The robotic spacecraft took off on top of an Atlas Five rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida in the early hours of the morning. Mike thought Osiris-Rex looked like a bird, with its twin solar wings and long arm outstretched for a sample grab.

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LA importers scramble in wake of Hanjin bankruptcy

Hanjin Group , the parent of Hanjin Shipping , is considering whether to provide collateral to secure the loans, said a spokesman for its flagship unit, Korean Air Lines Co 003490.KS . LG was seeking alternatives among other shippers including, Hyundai Merchant Marine, South Korea's second-largest container line. The stock has plunged 65 per cent this year, cutting its market value to 315 billion won.

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US Open 2016: Serena Williams Crashes Out Of Loses No. 1 ranking

A year ago Serena went into the semifinals on the cusp of a rare calendar-year Grand Slam but was the victim of one of the biggest upsets in tennis history when Roberta Vinci, a 300-to-1 long-shot, prevailed. Pliskova served out to even the match, the first time the entire tournament that Kerber had dropped a set. But that was always going to be hard in a year in which she has played only seven tournaments.

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PM Narendra Modi at G20 Summit: Highlights from Day 1

Prime Minister Modi reached Hangzhou on Saturday night after concluding his two day visit in Hanoi . "Bilateral meetings continue.PM @narendramodi & PM @TurnbullMalcolm discuss India-Australia relations", tweeted the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).


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