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Rumor: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered to be Sold Separately

However, based on David Pellas' recent interview, there are two ways to get the game, those who already have it or with a regular bundle of "Infinite Warfare". Hopefully, Activision will decide to offer Modern Warfare Remastered as a stand-alone purchase, though if the developer does so, it'll likely be at a later date, once Infinite Warfare sales taper off.

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Samsung Releases Android Hotfix To Prevent Note 7 Explosions

The US Department of Transportation meanwhile has ordered airline passengers not to bring the phones on planes unless they keep them turned off and don't charge them during the flight. "But I'm scared it's going to explode", said Franco. The company had sold a total of around 400,000 of the devices before the recall and according to analysts, their stock will be replenished to this number by the end of the week.

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Footage Shows Device Exploding as Police Robots Close In

No one was injured there. A robot named "Jinx" was being used to dismantle the bomb at the time of the powerful blast and inadvertently detonated the device. A pressure cooker device was also found blocks away, but it didn't explode. In another incident, a backpack that appeared to contain pipe bombs exploded early Monday in New Jersey as a police robot examined it.

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Create your own Motorcycle Club in GTA Online

Rockstar have yet to reveal their plans and while it seems likely that we will get a Biker-themed expansion in the future, it is now unclear if it will be part of the next offering. Most interestingly, the update will unlock new competitive and co-op gameplay, as well as new motorcycles and properties. Rockstar teased that "high-level, high-risk vehicle-based business ventures to spring up across Los Santos and Blaine County soon", posing a risk to the hold of CEOs and Organizations.

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Strong iPhone 7 pre-orders from AT&T, Sprint help Apple shares soar

That's good news for Upgrade Program participants, but it may be bad news for anyone hoping to walk into an Apple Store and buy an iPhone 7 come Friday. Spigen has introduced something called AirPods Strap (patent pending), which are now available for pre-order for $10. In the US, the iPhone 7 will be priced at $649 and up.

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Fans Queue as Apple's iPhone 7 is Reportedly Sold out

That means that it might be kind of tough to come by the model that you want today. That said , you can still order an iPhone 7 Plus if you haven't done so. The company's stock has surged 11 per cent over the past four trading sessions, since the release of the new iPhone models. Initial reviews praised the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets for their new camera, faster processing speeds and noticeable improvements to water resistance, battery life and memory.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 too unsafe to use — U.S. agency

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission statement issued says, "U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging all consumers who own a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to power them down and stop charging or using the device". Samsung Electronics Co said it was working with the agency and asked customers to immediately turn in their Note7 phones. The airline also advised that the passenger will not be allowed to store the device in their checked luggage.

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Samsung's bid to outshine tiresome iPhone reportedly caused Note 7 battery crisis

Meanwhile, Samsung itself is refusing to process an exchange unless it receives the older unit first, all of which means that people who got their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from samsung.com are now stuck with their old devices that continue to remain potential fire hazards and need to be replaced as soon as possible.

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"Safe" Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones catching fire in China

A user of Chinese social media posted messages on Sunday saying a friend's Note 7 caught fire over the weekend. A second report on a separate social media account said an owner's phone exploded Sunday while the person was playing a game on it.

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Microsoft goes after iPad Pro with new Surface Pro 4 ad

However, this may not be the anticipated fifth-generation Microsoft Surface Pro but could instead be a Surface 4, Surface Book 2 or Surface All-in-One iMac rival. Signing up for this program will break the total cost of the Surface Pro 5 down to a more manageable payment plan. This suggests that a Surface Pro 5 release might be imminent or at least an announcement because these types of deals are exactly the type we usually see before a successor to a device gets announced.

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Samsung carrying out 'internal review' after China Galaxy Note 7 fire report

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a recall notice that the move will include about one million units of Note 7 that were sold prior to September 15. Samsung rolled out replacements for Galaxy Note 7s plagued by exploding batteries in South Korea on Monday, but only a handful of customers appeared to have taken the opportunity to swap their handsets.

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Hissgate: iPhone 7 Plus emits odd noise when under heavy load

TechCrunch writer Darrell Etherington also posted on Twitter saying a brand new, just un-boxed iPhone 7 Plus was doing the same thing, aka the hissing sound. However, Jon Fingas of Engadget claimed that he tested his iPhone 7 using 3DMark "Ice Storm Extreme" and did not hear any hissing sound at all.

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Trump reacts to bombings: 'This is only going to get worse'

Trump went on to tell Fox viewers that "we need to get tougher" in terms of national security and Islamic extremism, and said Clinton "wants to allow hundreds of thousands of these same people" into the country. We're being very gentle about it. In December Trump proposed "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on" with terrorism.

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No Man's Sky Update 1.09 Reportedly Removes Stacking Exploit

Nonetheless, we will continue to bring updates of the newest No Man's Sky patch particularly on the most awaited patch note. Stacking exploit removed. There has not been any communication from Hello Games' end even though players have been complaining about the bugs and exploits in No Man's Sky .

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FDA tentatively approves first drug for muscular dystrophy

It's the first FDA approval for the degenerative condition, which causes muscle weakness, loss of movement and eventually death. Analysts had been skeptical about the drug's chances of approval, saying the initial data provided by the company was scientifically inconclusive.

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Typhoon Meranti kills 28 people in China

The Category 5 Typhoon reached the shores of Taiwan on September 14, 2016 before moving West to Fujian Province in China has caused in total United States $2.5 billion in Fujian, and destroyed more than 18,300 houses as of September 17, 2016, according to an AP report .

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Twitter eases 140-character limit on tweets

The social network tweeted the change on Monday evening. According to Twitter's updated developer documentation , tweets are still limited to four photos or 1 GIF or 1 video. "But sometimes you write a perfectly crafted 139-character tweet and then add a photo or a video to a tweet and it goes over the character limit, and you have to waste time cutting it down".

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Lethal haze from Indonesia forest fires 'caused 100000 premature deaths'

The research was conducted by USA universities Harvard and Columbia , which examined the health effects of pollution that occurs every year because of the burning of forests to clear them for agricultural purposes. The MOH spokesperson said that for healthy individuals, short-term exposure to haze will "generally not cause any major health issues, other than irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat".

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Kanye Responds to Yeezy Season 4 Critics

Speaking of models , several of Yeezy's handpicked runway strutters were seen having a tough time walking in their high-heeled shoes . Models were said to have fainted one by one as they stood for hours in the sun, waiting for the show to begin.

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Air Force base wildfire postpones hi-res satellite launch

Hand crews are being assisted by bulldozers, County Fire helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft based at Santa Maria Public Airport and Paso Robles Airport, Vandenberg Fire Chief Clem Marrero said. A 1,200-acre wildfire at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Santa Barbara, Calif. had prompted evacuation warnings for about 400 residents and scrubbed the launch of a commercial satellite on Sunday.

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'Terrorist' shot after stabbing Israeli soldier: army

Local officials said the attacker had tried to infiltrate the settlement of Efrat and a manhunt was underway before he pounced on the officer and stabbed him. Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said the Jordanian foreign ministry "invited" Israel's ambassador for a discussion over the incident.

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Samsung Australia Recalls 51060 Galaxy Note7 Smartphones

South Korea said Thursday it has no plan to ban the use of Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy Note 7 on planes following the company's global recall of the smartphones for battery problems. The news of total recall on Friday led to Smart's quick issuance of a statement advising consumers who own the device to proceed to their stores for assistance.

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Google's new Trips app will be your offline traveling companion

You also get real-time updates on terminals, flight delays, and gate changes, so you won't miss anything. It's easy to research things to do when traveling domestically, but what happens when you're a global citizen? The app's development signals a more dedicated focus on travel by Google.

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Samsung says China phone fire caused by external heat

It's the latest phase of a costly recall for the world's largest smartphone maker, which halted the global rollout of its new phone on September 2 after reports of the devices catching fire. "We are now conducting a thorough inspection with our suppliers to identify possible affected batteries in the market", Samsung had said on September 2, 2016.

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US Formally Recalls 1 Million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Devices

The Galaxy Note 7s that are on the market now are potentially risky, and Samsung has said that it's already gotten 92 reports of overheating devices. According to Santana, students have been receptive to the ban, which the school said will not be lifted until Samsung's official Galaxy Note 7 recall is over and done with.

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The Gears of War 4 launch trailer is live

It's called the "Gameplay Launch Trailer", so we might see a more cinematic trailer closer to the actual launch. We're going to lay out the whole trailer for you bare bones as we dissect it frame by frame. It also supports cross-saves and cross-play between platforms for The Coalition's title. The game is scheduled to release on October 11, so it is certainly one of the very advanced promotional video, although it is natural for a so popular and anticipated title.

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GoPro Has Sky-High Hopes for Its New Selfie Drone 'Karma'

GoPro is finally showing off the drone it has been talking about for more than a year. Since GoPro went public in 2014, stock values have plummeted as camera sales stagnated. Both will be available October 2. The Hero5 now incorporates the best features of both of those cameras, capturing 4K footage at up to 30 frames per second, but also incorporating the Hero4 Silver's touchscreen allowing shots to be framed without the use of a wirelessly connected smartphone, and making it much ...

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Nearly half of single young Japanese are virgins

Worse still, nearly one on four Japanese men and women don't want to meet anybody, and 45% of women and 25% of men aged 16 to 24 "not interested in or [despising] sexual contact". The study, conducted in June a year ago, covered 8,754 single people and 6,598 married couples across the country. "But they tend to put it off as they have gaps between their ideals and the reality", Futoshi Ishii from the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research was quoted as saying.

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China says Japan trying to 'confuse' South China Sea situation

Japan is a key United States ally, and is boosting defense ties with the Philippines and other Southeast Asian nations that have their own territorial disputes with Beijing over the South China Sea. "Let's have a look at the results of Japan's throwing things into disorder over this same time period. trying to confuse the South China Sea situation under the pretence of (acting for) the worldwide community", Lu told a daily news briefing, when asked about Japan's announcement.

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Army institutes inquiry into Uri attack

Aziz, in his address at NAM summit in Venezuela as the Pakistan delegation head, had said peace in South Asia can not be achieved without the settlement of the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with the resolutions of the UN Security Council.

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Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Made it a Perfect Season Opener

It was easy to spot because at this point we are looking for it before every game. After the game, the 6-foot-5, 245-pound Newton said it isn't his job to question the officials and doesn't feel like the Broncos hit him in the head intentionally.

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Samsung Apologizes To The Public For Note 7 Flaws

Samsung's recall followed dozens of reports that its Note7 had exploded - likely due to a faulty battery. Samsung has received 92 reports of batteries overheating in the United States, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage, US safety regulators said.

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Tesla Motors Inc. Looks to Falcon Wing Doors for Marketing

The electric auto maker plans to roll out a new software update in a week or two that will bring significant improvements to Autopilot , CEO Elon Musk said during a press call Sunday. There is no evidence that either Brown or the Autopilot system noticed the white side of the trailer truck against a bright sky and the brakes were never applied.

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Mayor: One of five devices found in N.J. city explodes

Near the boardwalk in Seaside Park, New Jersey , a garbage can exploded minutes before the Marine Corps charity run began. More than two dozen people were injured in the second blast. Here is more footage of the first device exploding. The mayor also said the remaining devices inside the package were believed to still be live bombs, but that the FBI bomb squad stayed at the scene and continued their investigation.

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Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins again as Emmys gets political

For the second straight year, Jeffrey Tambor, who plays a transgender character in Amazon's "Transparent", was named the best lead actor in a comedy. The ceremony started out with an political edge. Bush portrayed the limo driver for Louis-Dreyfus. "You know you can make $12 an hour driving for Uber?" Malek is also up against Oscar victor Kevin Spacey, who has never won an Emmy, in his role as manipulative President Frank Underwood in the Netflix Washington drama " House of Cards ".


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