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Feds want to regulate drivers when the driver is the car

Despite concerns the development of self-driving cars is moving too fast, the Federal government remains largely in favor of the technology. One of the great questions hanging over self-driving cars is the attitude that government regulators will take toward them.

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Letdown costs North America in loss to Russian Federation at World Cup

Matthews finished it off for his first of what should be many goals at Air Canada Centre. Team Russia held on for a 4-3 win only after a frantic Team North America power play failed to produce the tying goal in the final 40 seconds. Ovechkin said his team attempted to simplify its approach and hope their talented opponents started making mistakes. "Everyone has hockey sense so we're just trying to find each other and not overpass, that's the main thing", McDavid said.

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ESPN App Updated For iOS 10 On iPhone & iPad

However, Apple's new Mail app has a filter button which allows users to filter flagged and/or unread messages, direct messages, messages with attachments, and even messages from people on your own VIP list. This feature doesn't only work with the new cameras in the iPhone 7 . The new WhatsApp for iOS update also comes with other new features and features that are already present in the beta version of WhatsApp for Windows Phone.

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Sniper Elite 4 Teases Hitler Bonus Mission

United Kingdom developer Rebellion have announced pre-order bonuses for Sniper Elite 4 . If this all sounds a little similar, it would be because back when Sniper Elite V2 was released it offered the exact same bonus mission - to kill Hitler.

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Instagram officially rolling out Save Draft feature

Do you spend an inordinate amount of time making sure that your filters are impeccably vintage? The social network on Tuesday introduced a new feature that allows users to save posts to drafts, which will no doubt be a godsend for brands.

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Earth Smashes yet Another Heat Record; 16th Month in a Row

According to NOAA findings released Tuesday, the globally averaged surface temperature for August was 0.92 degrees Celsius, or 1.66 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average of 15.6 degrees Celsius, or 60.1 degrees Fahrenheit. Both land and ocean surface temperatures were record warm for the year so far. "Sure, we've broken the record 16 consecutive months, that is evidence that we are in a warm surge following decades of warming".

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Donald Trump: 'Immigration Security is National Security'

Both candidates for the November 8 election tried to use the weekend attacks to flex their credentials to protect America as world leaders gathered in security-heightened NY for the annual United Nations General Assembly. While her opponent has criticized the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and suggested the USA should reconsider its role in the global organization, Clinton has urged continued cooperation and collaboration with the U.S.' worldwide allies around the globe.

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President Obama: Self-driving cars have the potential to change lives

Federal auto safety regulators yesterday officially backed autonomous vehicle makers over their claims of cars driven by machines being safer than cars driven by people. Manufacturers of autonomous cars will be asked to document each of these subject areas, and as Obama wrote, the government is prepared to remove any non-complying vehicles from the road.

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Skittles on Donald Trump Jr. Tweet: 'Skittles Are Candy. Refugees Are People.'

The graphic asked the question, "If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you". His son has caused the latest uproar on social media however with the baffling tweet about the Syrian refugee crisis. During the campaign Trump has repeatedly called for a moratorium on accepting Syrian refugees. Trump has said violent militants could enter the country posing as refugees.

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Still no stable jailbreak as Apple releases iOS 10.0.1

Stay tuned to SWR for more updates on Apple iOS 10. In July, it presented a functional iOS 10 jailbreak that was drawn out from its eighth beta version. Now that iOS 10 is out, we expected it to be pretty jailbreak proof. Despite the no-show during the purported September 17 release, fans of the hacking team should start preparing as Apple has just deployed its iOS 10.0.1 update recently.

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United Kingdom to ratify Paris deal by end of 2016, PM

For the COP21 deal to become binding, it needs to be ratified by each country's government which can be complicated and takes time. The pact comes into force when at least 55 countries that collectively sum at least 55% of the world's carbon emissions need to join, in accordance with Article 21, paragraph 1 of the Paris Agreement.

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10 of our favorite iOS 10 features you should know about

But when you were away, the Siri commands you spoke to your phone would be sent to the Apple TV back at home and it would take care of business. It is also said to improve stability of Camera and Contacts apps. This means services for ordering food, shopping, travel and so on will be integrated within iMessage . Apple has been scaling down the size of their updates drastically ever since iOS 7, which required three gigabytes to fully install.

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New Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon Monsters Revealed

Oranguru is a Normal/Psychic type found in Pokemon Moon , with a new move called Instruct - letting them have their partner attack in their place during that turn. This feature allows players to move Pokemon wirelessly from previous Pokemon games- Red , Blue , and Yellow , as well as Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire , X, and Y-to Sun and Moon .

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No, Black Holes Can't 'Burp.' But What They Do Instead Is Important

However, dust which is further from the black hole can survive the radiation and later gives off radiation in the infrared radiation. They believe their findings can shed light not only how black holes feed, but also on the location of dust that encircles supermassive black holes at the centers of most galaxies.

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Samsung says replacements available for recalled Note 7

You know, that phone Samsung says you should not use until you've had it swapped out. Following a Consumer Product Safety Commission recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 , the FAA is issuing general guidance to airlines about the rules for carrying recalled or defective lithium devices on board aircraft as cargo or in carry-on luggage.

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Jerry Jones not anxious about Ezekiel Elliott fumbles

Veteran Alfred Morris waltzed in to take every carry over the final 6:56 of the final quarter and rolled into the end zone for the winning touchdown. It was unfortunate that he had those back-to-back [fumbles], but boy he finishes hard. Ezekiel Elliott was benched after fumbling twice in the Cowboys victory over the Redskins, but team officials don't think he has a problem.

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Up up and away, Elon Musk aims to go beyond Mars

The Mars Colonial Transporter (MCT), made up of reusable rocket engines and space capsules, was originally set out to take humans to-and-from the Red Planet. Primary missions will move the items necessary to establish colonies, SpaceX has said . It's going to happen every 26 months. Musk said at the tech gathering in Hong Kong.

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Android and iOS Users To Get Service In Coming Months

Last year, permanent song downloads account for barely a little over half of overall digital music revenues. When we take RIAA's half-year revenue numbers for on-demand streams with Nielsen Music's on-demand streaming count (which saw total audio and video streams grow to 208.86 billion, up significantly from 2015's half-year total of 131.61 billion streams), the average blended, per-stream, on-demand rate (whether the stream is audio or video, or on an ad-supported or paid subscription ...

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North Korea claims successful test of new rocket engine

South Korea's F-15Ks are expected to practice bombing the North's nuclear and missile facilities by dropping so-called JDAM bombs. "Here we are a few weeks after the fifth nuclear test and they are testing an engine which, according to North Korea , is a much more powerful single engine", said Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett, reporting from the South Korean capital Seoul.

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Apple Promises Fix for Lightning EarPods Controls Bug

Some users have discovered that the volume control dongle stops working after leaving their EarPods plugged into the Lightning port of their iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. Among other highly-anticipated gadgets, Apple has also introduced at its iPhone event on Wednesday, Sept. 7, its totally wireless headphones called the AirPods.

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MacOS Sierra has arrived -- here's how to download and install it

Apple is rolling out the latest version of its Mac operating system to all users today. The macOS Sierra was revealed at last June's Worldwide Developers Conference, and according to reports, the software will be released this week - specifically, on Tuesday, Sept.

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IPhone passcodes can be bypassed using cheap hardware hack and persistence

Skorobogatov estimates that each run of six attempts would take about 45 seconds, meaning that it would take around 20 hours to do a full cycle of all 10,000 passcode permutations. Knowledge of the possibility of mirroring will definitely help in designing systems with better protection. This is the first public demonstration of the working prototype and the real hardware mirroring process for iPhone 5C.

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Finding Pluto: How the planet got its heart of ice

According to William McKinnon , planetary geophysicist at Washington University in St. Louis, Nitrogen ice is not soft like a gummy bear which means that this matter is pliable than water ice on earth so it is convecting vigorously and forming these polygonal cells.

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New digital medium format mirrorless adds to Fujifilm's retro charm

Fujifilm has an impressive heritage in the film medium format camera world, with the likes of the GF670 Professional still available today. Apart from 51.4-megapixel medium format sensor, the Fujifilm GFX 50S comes with Fuji's X-Processor Pro that is known for its color and tone reproduction abilities.

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IBM intros new data management services for hybrid clouds

But the cloud has only intensified x86 server chip sales, and IBM is paying attention. IBM has also expanded its Spectrum Protect product with cloud object storage options for use in hybrid cloud deployments. As part of that effort, IBM will make the data it collects accessible to third-party applications via a well-defined application programming interface, says Perera.

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Samsung: Identify New Galaxy Note7 With Green Battery Icon

But that could lead to a bit of confusion: how do you know if you have an old Galaxy Note 7 or a new one? Aviation regulators in the US, EU, India, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia and Singapore have banned using or charging the phone in the air.

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VW Beetle LSR hits 205 miles per hour at Bonneville Salt Flats

It achieved this thanks to a new turbocharger as well as different pistons, camshafts, connecting rods and, cylinder head modifications. It produces 543 horsepower and 421 pound-feet of torque at the wheels. "This feat truly underscores the sporty and pugnacious spirit of the Beetle". The stock Beetle R-Line coupe reaches 60 miles per hour in 6.6 seconds and tops out at a limited speed of 130 miles per hour.

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Ensure no one is denied treatment: HC to hospitals

According to municipal data, the last time the number of affected people reached three-figure mark was in 2011. Those who do may show false negative results if they get tested either too early or too late for diagnosis. As per estimates by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation, which tabulates the data for vector-borne disease cases in the Capital on behalf of all civic bodies, 1,057 confirmed cases of chikungunya have been reported so far this year.

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Why Are Some iPhone 7s Making Hissing Noises?

The iPhone 7 issue is being reported by only a select number of users. In case you are unaware, the iPhone SE is better than the iPhone 6, especially in these 3 areas. It's also been suggested by various tech blogs that the sound could be a "coil whine" which is an electromagnetic effect when the device is working hard.

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Samsung's New Site Launch to Check Galaxy Note 7 Safety

Launched shortly before the unveiling of Apple's new iPhone model, the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone was promptly taken off the market and recalled after reports emerged of the device exploding . Samsung on Monday kicked off its exchange program for potentially unsafe Galaxy Note 7 phones, in the United Kingdom and Ireland at least. Samsung's Note 7 exchange program is off to a slow start.

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Samsung begins Galaxy Note 7 replacement in S. Korea

If you own a Galaxy Note 7 and you bought it before September 15, you should turn off your phone immediately, contact the retailer or carrier you bought it from as soon as possible, and follow their instructions. Samsung certainly has its work cut out for it in terms of regaining investors' trust, as the recent recall has sent the company's stock plummeting.

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Samsung to cap Note7 battery capacity

Samsung will start a software upgrade next week to limit the battery charging cap of Galaxy Note 7 to 60 percent which is created to stop explosions. As it turns out, Samsung recently explained to Korean authorities that the company is still investigating the main reason behind the faulty batteries and that it needs more time to determine the exact cause of the problem.

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Samsung responds after airlines ban Galaxy Note7 due to exploding battery reports

Samsung has had £11bn wiped off its shares after the world's biggest mobile phone maker warned customers not to use its Note 7 model because of the risk of it catching fire. On Friday, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission issued an official statement urging people not to use the Note 7. The batteries Samsung has used in these phones are said to be "fire-prone".

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Facebook to stream presidential election debates through ABC News partnership

Additionally, ABC News will stream coverage of the vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine. On Tuesday, ABC News announced a partnership with Facebook FB, +0.08% to stream the three presidential debates and the vice presidential debate, along with commentary before and after, on the social network.

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Blackberry DTEK60 smartphone with Snapdragon 820 SoC & Fingerprint Scanner leaked

The launch of the PRIV smartphone in the Korean market came as foreign smartphone makers, such as Japan's Sony and China's Huawei, are seeking to gain market shares in the country's medium-range smartphone market. The new device has a fingerprint sensor, but doesn't have the keyboard beloved by diehard BlackBerry fans. The "Fully Android" BlackBerry Neon - released as DTEK50.


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