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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to spin off, merge most of its software business

Valuations of British companies have been relatively low given current exchange rates. Enterprise technology giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise ( HPE ) this afternoon reported fiscal Q3 revenue that missed analysts' expectations, but profit that beat, forecast EPS this quarter in line with consensus, and said it will undertake a spin-off and merger of some software properties for cash and an ownership stake.

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International Support In Battle Against Tribal Land Oil Pipeline

The 1,172-mile project would carry almost a half-million barrels of crude oil daily from North Dakota's oil fields through South Dakota and Iowa to an existing pipeline in Patoka, Illinois. The protesters mainly consist of indigenous peoples from the Standing Rock Sioux, a local Native American tribe located only a mile from the proposed pipeline.

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IPhone 7's Home button requires skin contact to function

Even with unlocking the iPhone 7 and its larger screen counterpart, the home button will require a capacitive touch. If you put on a pair of gloves or cover your finger with the sleeve of a shirt and attempt to open the iPhone 7, access the Home screen, exit out of an app, or activate multitasking, the Home button will not respond to a press unless it's touching skin.

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Note 7 fire in China caused by external heat says Samsung

As a result, Samsung Australia issued an official Australian recall nearly two weeks ago. But all that power comes at a price: Users began reporting the phones were catching fire or exploding, in one case incinerating the SUV it had been left in.

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Iran 5-a-side wins Silver at Rio Paralympics

Accordingly, Iran's Paralympic caravan managed to scoop eight gold, nine silver and seven bronze medals to stand in the 15th place in Rio with a total of 24 medals. "The Paralympics are a high-performance sporting event between countries", IPC spokesman Craig Spence said. President Michel Temer , who had just taken power after his rival Dilma Rousseff was thrown out of office in an impeachment vote, was loudly booed by the crowd at both at the Olympic and Paralympic opening ceremonies.

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Waze app aims to make it easier to find parking spots

INRIX , the data-driven company that is helping with the feature, aggregates traffic information and provides companies with parking capacity numbers along with the price tags for available spots, according to the company. How well the feature works remains to be seen, but this could be an important addition to the app for users living in urban environments. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users don't seem to be heeding the warning to stop using their phones.

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UN Aid Convoy Hit by Airstrike in Syria

The U.S. military accidentally bombed Syrian soldiers, killing more than 60 people and causing the Syrian government to declare an to end a cease-fire that had been brokered with the help of Russian Federation. The UN held back deliveries destined for Aleppo city because it was unable to obtain security guarantees, leading the UN's humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien to say he was " pained and disappointed ".

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Syrian military declares end to seven-day ceasefire

The U.N. didn't immediately accuse the Syrian government of the strikes , but U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Syrian forces "evidently" were responsible for the attack. Rebels also said they believed the ceasefire was probably over. The United Nations said it had received government approval to reach almost all the besieged and hard-to-reach areas where it sought to bring aid, but access to many areas was still constrained by fighting, insecurity and administrative delays.

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Hitman's claims spark calls to probe President

Presidential spokesman Martin Andanar rejected the allegations, saying government investigations into Duterte's time as mayor of Davao had already gone nowhere because of a lack of evidence and witnesses. Cora Agovida of Stop the Killings Network said the Senate inquiry is "clearly serving partisan politics rather than resolving the roots of drug use and extra-judicial killings".

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Suspect is shot and captured in New York-area bombings

Investigators will try to determine who he met while he was overseas. City resident Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man suspected of planting bombs in the region, was charged today with five counts of attempted murder, charges stemming from a gunfight that ensued when police encountered him in Linden this morning, said authorities.

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Syrian military says ceasefire period over, vows to fight terrorism

Meanwhile the United Nations said the Syrian government has obstructed the delivery of aid to besieged areas like Aleppo, a key component of the deal. The so-called "regime of calm" was declared by the Syrian army last Monday following a ceasefire brokered by the United States and Russian Federation.

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US says its willing to extend Syria truce despite violations

The truce excludes IS and al-Qaida-linked militants. The secretary general of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies told a United Nations summit in NY that 14 Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers were killed .

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Chevy Bolt to cost $30000 after tax break

GM shareholders will not have to wait long to see the effects. The Bolt will go on sale later this year. That version costs $34,200 - so a little less than the Bolt - but it only goes 107 miles on a charge, according to the EPA. That is about $2,500 more than Tesla's most affordable vehicle, the Model 3 , which won't go into production until 2017. In a road test in California, the Chevy Bolt also managed to impress with its range, roominess and comfort.

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Bomb Detonation Caught on Video As Police Robot Attempts to Disarm

The mayor warned that other explosions were expected. Authorities say the two men immediately dropped the bag and walked around the corner to police headquarters. No one was injured. According to mayor Chris Bollwage by way of ABC News , the two men spotted the backpack in a trash can at 8:47 p.m. and removed it, thinking that there might have been something valuable inside.

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Friend: Terror Suspect Underwent 'Shocking' Change After Afghanistan Trip

Police have not yet linked the backpack to the suspect but are exploring its connection to the other incidents. "I have no indication there is a cell operating in the area or in the city", Sweeney told a news conference in NY. Another law enforcement official says investigators pulled over a auto, carrying three men and two women, that was "associated" with Rahami when it appeared headed toward an airport Sunday.

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World's first fish hooks discovered in Okinawa, Japan

The fishing hooks are approximately 23,000 years old and were fashioned out of shells. The island is known today for the still-controversial American military base established there after World War II, and for one of the longest-living populations of people in the world.

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IPhone 8 and 8 Plus will Support Wireless Charging

Apple CEO Tim Cook claims that there is little chance of the new AirPods popping out of your ears when you are dancing or running. Next year, Apple will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and the event will be marked by big changes.

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PlayStation Neo finally revealed as PS4 Pro

Meanwhile, according to a report by Engadget , the new PlayStation 4 Pro will definitely be flawless for games with virtual reality or VR versions. The new rig is obviously Sony's response to the Xbox One S , but at $399, gamers may not be swayed to purchase the newest PlayStation device. " YouTube is also developing a new 4K-compatible app for PS4 Pro ".

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Elizabeth mayor: 1 of 5 devices found at train station explodes

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28 year old male, is being sought in connection with the Chelsea bombing. It wasn't clear when the Elizabeth station would be open, a threat to cause major issues on the Monday morning commute into NY. According to mayor Chris Bollwage by way of ABC News , the two men spotted the backpack in a trash can at 8:47 p.m. and removed it, thinking that there might have been something valuable inside.

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North Korea says successfully ground tests new rocket engine

Kim asked that the scientists and engineers make "preparations for launching the satellite as soon as possible on the basis of the successful test", the official KCNA news agency said, indicating the North may soon launch another long-range rocket.

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Zimmer: Adrian Peterson has torn meniscus in knee

Zimmer did not rule out Peterson for this week's game against Carolina. The Vikings defeated the Packers 17-14. The injury to Peterson is the latest blow to the Vikings, who saw quarterback Teddy Bridgewater tear multiple knee ligaments on August 30 and started the season with two different quarterbacks after trading for Bradford on September 3.

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IPhone 7 & 7 Plus Scores A 7 Out Of 10 For Repairability

If there were, it would surprise the teardown people at iFixit , who certainly did not mention any snakes in their press release about the guts of the iPhone. We haven't heard the noises on our own devices, and both iMore and Engadget tested their own iPhones under heavy load and couldn't reproduce noises that gave them any worry.

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Samsung plans to issue software update for recalled Galaxy Note 7 handsets

Samsung is the world's largest smartphone maker, and analysts said the recall may leave a larger impact on its brand than earlier estimated. The firm has sold 2.5 million Note7 phones in 10 markets including South Korea and the United States that are subject to the recall.

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Samsung's Battery Problems Emerged Because They Rushed to Beat Apple

Still, manually reporting a defective Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device yourself is another way to do it. Samsung blamed an "issue related to an isolated battery cell" for the fault that caused a "small number of reported incidents". The recall in China applies to phones made between July 20 and August 5. Samsung may begin selling the Note 7 in its home country of South Korea as early as next week.

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Man fatally shot by Tulsa police had no gun, chief says

ACLU of Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel says Terence Crutcher's death on Friday shows "how little regard" Tulsa police officers have for minority communities. The police chief in Tulsa, Oklahoma, says a black man who was shot to death by a white city police officer was not armed , and no weapon was found in his vehicle.

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New Dead Rising 4 Video Brings Us Back To A Familiar Location

Welcome back to Willamette Parkview Mall. Frank takes selfies with the zombies in "Dead Rising 4". We then turned to Coates to ask how he approached, from a design perspective, things that will already be familiar to fans of the series, like Frank West and the area of Willamette, Colorado.

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'Resident Evil: Vendetta' set for 2017 Release in Japan

With the new Xbox One S, you can experience richer, more luminous colors in games like Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3. It's a short teaser, but fans will appreciate seeing Chris Redfield and, more briefly, Leon Kennedy in action. Capcom has now confirmed Resident Evil 7 will come with HDR support on the Xbox One S allowing players can enjoy gameplay in Full HD that offers realism that can nearly be felt.

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Jill Stein to speak at CCSU

The event was co-sponsored by the Green-Rainbow Party, the UMass International Socialist Organization, UMass Divest, Berners for Jill, and the Stein Campaign. "If we were to stand up for what is right, we prevail". "Her vision is of a more progressive America, where student debt is a thing of the past and healthcare is covered for all", Gleason said.

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First debate is days away

The final presidential debate will be hosted by Fox News and moderated by Chris Wallace . 2 NEWS will be in NY and have live reports from Hofstra University beginning on Sunday night on WDTN. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be in attendance but no third party candidates made the cut in the polls. "It's going to be very interesting to see them arguing because they both have such a strong personality", said student, Florencia Calo.

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Clinton on combatting terror: "I know how to do this"

Authorities were also investigating the stabbings of nine people at a Minnesota mall as a possible act of terrorism. Police released a photo of a 28-year-old immigrant wanted for questioning in the blasts. Democratic strategist Philip Johnston, former chairman of the Massachusetts Democratic Party, said Clinton should handle her response to the bombing "as she handles most things, which is seriously and intelligently and rationally, and those are three things that Trump does not do".

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Western Refining Logistics LP (WNRL) Receives Neutral Rating from JPMorgan Chase & Co

Western Refining, Inc . stock has been assigned average brokerage rating of 2.71 by Zacks which is against the rating of 2.71 a quarter earlier. Tudor Pickering raised shares of Western Refining from a "sell" rating to a "hold" rating in a research report on Tuesday, June 28th.

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) Must Be Kidding With This New Introduction

One of the downsides of wireless headphones is that they usually run on rechargeable batteries which will be another electronic device to keep charged. Homeshoping.pk has always been quick to offer users with the newest iPhone in the past; keeping this tradition alive, Homeshopping.pk at first listed the base model of iPhone 7 for 90k Pakistani Rupees .

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After rocking Rio, ParalympicsGB set sights on Tokyo triumph

The Ministry promised the athletes that there would be a proper reception for the them the remaining contingent return to the country. Jo Gi-seong became the first Korean swimmer to win three gold medals at a single Paralympics on Sunday when he won the men's 50-m freestyle final, adding to his victories in the 100-m and 200-m freestyle finals.

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Samsung's safe Galaxy Note 7 devices will have green battery icon

But now there are questions about faulty Galaxy Note 7's in China, too. Shortly after sales of the Note7 kicked off in late August, reports began emerging of handsets exploding or catching fire while charging. The Chinese battery supplier for Note 7 phones sold in China said Monday fires there appeared to be different from cases in other countries, where Samsung has blamed a manufacturing error in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries .

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One Radio Amateur Among Expedition 49/50 Crew Members Headed to ISS

MISSion with launch planned on 23rd September 2016 from Launch Pad 31 at Baikonur Cosmodrome has not new launch date at the moment. According to Russian RIA Novosti News agency, the problem was short circuit spotted after covering Soyuz MS-02 with payload fairing of Soyuz-FG .


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