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Tamil Nadu bandh: Protesters block road, rail services

Party's Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi was also protesting and taken into custody. MDMK General Secretary Vaiko and VCK chief Thirumavalavan staged protests in Tiruchirappalli and here respectively and were detained by police when they attempted to stage a rail blockade.

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Apple's New iOS 10 Now Safe To Download On Old iPhones

You will also see an "X" icon in the corner. All affected users can head to Settings General About to install the fix, and install the fix to resolve the issue. Owners of iPhones , iPads and even some iPod touch devices will be able to get the update, which is expected to be made available at around 6pm United Kingdom time on 13 September.

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Greek shipwreck bones can build ancient mariner's profile

The 1st century B.C. wreck of a large freighter found off the southern Greek island of Antikythera more than a century ago has yielded marble statues, tableware and thousands of other artefacts. However, a DNA test is yet to be approved by the Greek Government. Later, a team of archeologists being led by WHOI scientists and researchers from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports visited the site to explore for more artifacts.

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Stop using Galaxy Note7 immediately, Samsung tells customers after global recall

Samsung has said that the battery explosions were because of a manufacturing process error from Samsung SDI. Bangkok Airways, AirAsia, AirAsia X, Thai Airways, Thai Smiles, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia , Emirates, FlyDubai, Air Arabia and Etihad are the companies that have restricted use and carrying of the Note7.

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Chinese ship owner fined €27m over Barrier Reef damage

The settlement is less than a third of what the Australian government was seeking from the ship's owner - Shenzhen Energy Transport - for remediation costs after the 225-metre long Shen Neng 1 ran aground on the reef's Douglas Shoal. Mr Reichelt said the authority had already conducted surveys at the site and tested clean-up methods. 'Hopefully that's a message that's been heard throughout the shipping industry and throughout the coal industry'.

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NY bombing suspect captured in police shootout

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has said that Saturday's bomb explosion in the city's Chelsea district, which injured 29 people, was an act of terror. The officials said that the man's family was known in Elizabeth, New Jersey, for frequent skirmishes with neighbors over its fried chicken restaurant.

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Xiaomi-backed Yi Technology launches an affordable mirrorless camera

At this price point, you should not expect the most advanced camera in the world but it has a 20.16MP Sony imaging sensor and a maximum of ISO 25,600 sensitivity but no built-in flash or any kind of viewfinder which might put off some customers.

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UN suspends Syria convoys after aid trucks hit

A senior official of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent was among a number of civilians killed. The US has expressed "outrage" over an attack on an aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo that, a monitoring group says, left 12 civilians dead.

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Jay Cutler wearing cast on injured right thumb

Cutler left late in the third quarter with an injured hand after throwing an interception that led to an Eagles touchdown, his second turnover of the night. He beat the Eagles' Brent Celek to the edge, and had a wall of blockers waiting for him. Destiny Vaeao forced a Bears turnovers when he sacked Cutler, causing him to fumble.

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IPhone 7's Home button is useless with gloves, requires skin contact

The new Home button on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is arguably nothing short of a technological wonder, but come wintertime, every owner out there might start singing a different tune. The button requires direct skin contact, so nose touching might really become a thing this winter for those wearing gloves. Because you can no longer physically push the button down, you're out of luck with gloves.

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Opera browser's built in VPN service now available to everyone

Now the service has server locations in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Singapore, and the Netherlands. The feature is a direct result of Opera's acquisition of VPN company SurfEasy last March, and the two firms first integrated their respective technologies in September with version 32 of the Opera browser - however, users were prompted to install the SurfEasy extension.

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Battery manufacturer denies role in Samsung smartphone fire hazard

Samsung is sparing no expense to rectify the damage done to the company's image due to the faulty batteries that were installed in a number of Galaxy Note 7 devices. Fang Xindong, director of the International Internet Research Institute at Shantou University, accused Samsung of "double standards" in China compared with Western countries.

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Bobble app gets featured on iOS 10

All you need to do is press the home button and tap Start over. Described by Apple as its "biggest iOS release ever", iOS 10 introduces a number of improvements to the Siri digital assistant, including new integration with apps so users can speak with Siri for photo searches, payments, messaging and booking auto rides.

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Samsung Recalls Millions of Galaxy Note 7s Over Fire Issue

As per the company, there are some battery issues due to which this problem is arising. "Only 24 out of every one million handsets were affected by the battery problem; Investigations are still ongoing, but we have chose to stop selling the phone and offer replacements as customer safety is our top priority", he said.

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Vikings RB Adrian Peterson has torn meniscus, timetable uncertain

As a whole, the Vikings' team stock has risen to pre-Bridgewater-injury levels. Asiata would presumably take over as the featured back in Minnesota should Peterson be unable to go on Sunday. Through two games, Peterson has gained just 50 yards on 31 carries, a 1.6 yard/carry average, and has not had a carry for double-digit yardage. While Bradford shined in his Vikings debut, the real star was Diggs.

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Syrian army declares end of ceasefire

Kerry expressed frustration with the touch-and-go cease-fire. The military charged that rebels had used the truce to rearm while attacking government-held positions. Besher Hawi, the former spokesman for the opposition's Aleppo city council, said: "It started with an hour of extremely fierce bombing". On Sunday, IS sources claimed it had shot down a Syrian government plane over the airbase, which has been the scene of bitter fighting in 2016.

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Samsung to release over 400000 replacement Galaxy Note 7s in Korea

The company announced the recall of the Note 7 on September 2 after receiving 35 cases of the device overheating or catching fire. Samsung Electronics will not be rolling out for Singapore users a new software update that caps the capacity of Galaxy Note7 smartphone batteries at 60 per cent, a spokesperson said on Wednesday (Sept 14).

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Letdown costs North America in loss to Russia at World Cup

But an upset from Patrik Laine would blow the group wide open. It's a must win game and a loss combined with a Team North America victory over Russian Federation would mean the end of the tournament for the Finns. He tried a fancy stuff-deke, though, which didn't fool Bobrovsky. It took a while, but Russian Federation finally started to assert itself. McLellan pulled Matt Murray in favour of John Gibson with 4:17 remaining in the period after the four-goal Russian Federation sure.

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Team North America beats Finland

Benjamin Franklin said this and they are words to. Or, hopefully, lack thereof. Speed and their ability to score goals will be key for the youngsters in the tournament. I've been through a couple. It got worse before it got better. That said, it can't help but be an emotional affair for some the Americans. Team North America started with solid puck possession and controlled the game for the first 5 minutes.

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Back to school in Turkey after post-coup teacher purge

During a ceremony organized in honor of Veterans' Day in Ankara yesterday, Turkish Chief of Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar said that Operation Euphrates Shield, which began on August 24 in the town of Jarablus in northern Syria and successfully cleared Turkey's southern border of DAESH, was carried out for legitimate reasons and Turkey does not have its eye on Syrian lands.

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European Union bosses: Brexit negotiations will 'protect interests' of EU

Some governments, notably among London's traditional northern allies appear more willing to offer May some guidance on what new relations they might accept before she triggers Article 50, whereas France and others are reluctant to engage until Britain commits itself to a deadline.

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Facebook buys modular hardware startup

The company combines various new-age technologies such as hardware design, circuitry, 3D printing and modular electronics, in order to let developers go from concept to prototype quickly. According to CNet , Facebook is seriously involved in the hardware business now. This place called Area 404 is complete with workbenches, high-end electrical labs, and milling machines capable of heavy duty.

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NY bomb suspect charged over shoot-out with police

NY mayor Bill de Blasio said authorities were not now looking for any other suspects in connection with an "act of terror". Anyone using the products doesn't need an explosives license unless they are transporting the combined compounds or using them commercially.

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Users Report Strange Hissing from iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Do you have an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus that has "coil whine?" The issue, which I've also experienced a few times while testing the iPhone 7 , happens after you've left the EarPods plugged into the iPhone 7's Lightning port for a few minutes.

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The Biggest Emmys Loser? Donald Trump

Soon after, Brown's costar Courtney B. Vance gave a shoutout to his wife Angela Bassett as "the woman that rocks my chain". He even took a little heckling from actor Matt Damon , with whom he shares an ongoing fake but entertaining feud.

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Mobileye share battered in spat with Tesla

The lawsuits were revealed in an S-4 filing by Tesla, which outlines the merger proposal to Tesla shareholders. In response, Mobileye said that its position was that the automated driving system should not allow the drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel: "In communications dating back to May 2015 between Mobileye Chairman and Tesla's CEO, Mobileye expressed safety concerns regarding the use of Autopilot hands-free".

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Clinton Trump Tied In 13 Battle Ground States Poll

Trump's surrogates continued to push those views on the Sunday talk shows, and they also tried to argue that there was no need to keep talking about this issue. Trump questioned whether refugees can be property vetted. The ultimate Clinton victory will mean better U.S. relations with the Philippines. CNN's "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper edited clips from his show Sunday that exposed the hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton's critique of Donald Trump for comments on the Saturday ...

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Whatsapp rollouts MAJOR new update for iPhone users

According to iDownloadBlog , Todesco's yaluX jailbreak is capable of bypassing Apple's Kernel Patch Protection (KPP) in iOS 10 using a side-loaded app that works only on 64-bit devices. While Pangu continues to solve the iOS 10 puzzle, independent hacker Lucas Todesco continues to make strides showing off his iOS 10 Gold Master edition.

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Tesla's Musk: New Autopilot Likely Would Have Prevented Death

New restrictions on Autopilot 8.0 are a nod to widespread concerns that autopilot can lull users into a false sense of security through its " hands-off " driving, although the company maintains Autopilot of not supposed to replace the driver.

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Nikon Set To Ship 4K 360 Action Cam

The selfie camera comes with a 1.8mm lens with a 5-megapixel sensor. While the KeyMission170 can only withstand depths up to 33 feet normally, you can armor it up with an optional waterproof housing that increases water resistance up to 133 feet.

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European Stocks Shoved Down As Deutsche Bank Sells Off

For every $1 billion in additional litigation costs above that total, the British lender's core capital ratio - now at 14.5 percent - would fall by 0.34 percent, JPMorgan said. Deutsche Bank had €5.5 billion set aside for settlements and fines at the end of June, with chief financial officer Marcus Schenck saying in July that the lender will probably face "material" litigation charges in the second half.

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General Electric Company, (NYSE:GE), Oracle Corporation, (NYSE:ORCL), ENSCO, (NYSE:ESV)

Three months ago, the stock has been recommended as "Buy" from 12 and 2 suggested "Sell" for the stock. Wealthsource Partners LLC acquired a new position in shares of Ensco PLC during the second quarter worth approximately $111,000. Ensco PLC (NYSE: ESV ) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, July 27th. Additionally, the company has EPS of -5.79. The firm had revenue of $910 million for the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $746.55 million.

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Tribes granted permit for pipeline protests on corps land

According to the Sacred Stone Camp's website, the camp was founded in April by citizens of the Standing Rock Lakota Nation and is dedicated to stopping and raising awareness about the Dakota Access pipeline . On Friday, a federal appeals court reinforced that decision by issuing its own ruling to stop construction while it considers the tribe's emergency injunction request.

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Syrian military declares ceasefire over, USA prepared to extend truce

The Observatory said the aid trucks had made a delivery organised by an global organisation to an area west of Aleppo. A senior Obama administration official told ABC News that the US had "relayed our regret" to the Syrian government through Russian officials.

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IPhone 7 could outperform the iPad Pro, says benchmark

In Verizon's case, trading in your old iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus gets you a credit to use towards your new iPhone. Aside from the EarPods, Apple looked to soothe worries about the lack of headphone jack by providing two main products in the box .


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