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Apple's iOS 10 update bricks devices

They said the bug left them unable to use their phones if the software update was completed by downloading it directly onto the phone, rather than through iTunes, Apple's music playback and management platform. Update, 9:20 p.m.: Adds information to correct issue . Press and hold the device's Sleep and Home buttons simultaneously until the recovery mode screen appears.

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Don King Uses N-Word While Introducing Donald Trump

Mike Pence, the vice-presidential nominee, introduced King as "one of the greatest promoters in the history of sports" and the Mr Trump's long-time friend. Moments later, as Trump's supporters gathered around him to pray for Trump, King grabbed Trump's wrist and raised their arms above their heads, as he would with a champion boxer.

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World Leaders Adopt Breakthrough Declaration on Refugees at UN

In an opinion article in the Wall Street Journal , Soros wrote that his main concern is to help migrants and refugees arriving in Europe, but that he will be looking for good investment ideas to benefit migrants everywhere. Soros made the announcement following the first United Nations summit on migrants and refugees. "Our collective failure to develop and implement effective policies to handle the increased flow has contributed greatly to human misery and political instability-both in ...

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Tesla Aims to Unveil Solar Roof With Integrated Energy Storage Next Month

This was seen as one of the benefits of Tesla and SolarCity joining forces - while SolarCity had already made a name for itself with its solar panels, Tesla would be able to improve those designs with its power storage solutions. Tesla cars use a system which allows the cars to "look" ahead using radar, and can respond to traffic two cars ahead. The carmaker says Cabin Overheat Protection can operate "for hours" thanks to Tesla's large battery packs.

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Russia responsible for 'barbaric protraction' of Syria violence

She added that many reports from Aleppo that night said there was "heavy bombardment by Syrian warplanes and their Russian allies". The UN suspended land deliveries after the convoy attack, which the Syrian Arab Red Crescent says killed a staff member and around 20 civilians.

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Yahoo reveals 500 million accounts hacked

A Yahoo spokesman said at the time that the company was aware of the claim and was "working to determine the facts". This heisted data reportedly compromised user names, some passwords and personal information, such as birth dates and email addresses.

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Trump debate challenge: Keeping his cool if Clinton attacks

But a new Associated Press-GfK poll finds that Clinton's stumble didn't have quite the impact that Trump and his supporters wanted. His replacement, Paul Manafort, who has somewhat shady connections to Ukrainian oligarchs, resigned after the Republican National Convention, where Melania Trump was accused of plagiarizing a Michelle Obama speech.

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Tesla Version 8.0 software coming to United Kingdom cars soon

When set to the new Autosteer mode, graphics on the driver's display will show the path the Model S is following, post the current speed limit and indicate if a auto is in front of the Tesla . But there's a possible hidden hazard that has come to light with the hacking of Tesla's CAN bus -its internal computer control system. The update also adds better voice commands and improved radar to its semi-autonomous driving mode and a feature that keeps kids and pets from overheating, an ...

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You won't have to wait much longer to replace your recalled Note7

In addition, at least 26 people were injured - most with burns - when their Note 7s caught fire or exploded. There have been 26 reports of burns in the U.S. Baxter also urges existing Note 7 owners to "please, please power it down and return it". It's therefore no surprise that the FAA, which last week strongly advised airline passengers from using the Note 7, has banned use of the device during flight.

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Caribbean Airlines bans in-flight use of Samsung Note 7

On Friday, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission urged Note 7 owners to stop using the devices. "Until a replacement device is provided, Samsung asks all customers with a Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to power down your device and return it to its place of purchase at your earliest opportunity", the statement added.

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500 million accounts involved; could be biggest hack ever

Yahoo officials said it doesn't believe that bank account data, payment card data, or unencrypted passwords were stolen. The company's blaming the huge security break on a "state-sponsored actor", but didn't disclose more information on who it believed to be responsible.

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Trailer: 'Fist Fight' with Ice Cube, Charlie Day

The first trailer is now available, so we wanted to bring it to your attention as soon as possible. A couple of days after we got our first look at Fist Fight via still pictures , Warner Bros. " And this fight becomes a bigger metaphor for the system and things needing to change ". The cast - or corner people - runs pretty deep with Christina Hendricks playing a fiery drama teacher who has the hots for Cube (and a bunch of knives), with Dean Norris , Jillian Bell and Tracy Morgan ...

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Battery problems persist in exchanged Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Consumers also had the option of a refund upon returning the phone. In case you were wondering when you'll stop receiving those "please turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 7" warnings before takeoff, well, we're halfway there. Others said they haven't been able to get clarity on when new phones will be available. Even when the new Note 7 was charging, the battery quickly drained.

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Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) Fetches 1.38 Rating

Analyst's mean target price for The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) is 149.27 while analysts mean recommendation is 2.40. The mean price target for the shares of company is at $182.53 while the highest price target suggested by the analysts is $205.00 and low price target is $138.00.

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Yahoo says hackers stole data from 'at least 500 million' users

Yahoo believes the hack was carried out by a state-sponsored actor. Williams says Yahoo "may very well be facing an existential crisis", noting this incident isn't necessarily a story about passwords being stolen, but "more about how law security and poor handling of incidents can impact the very existence of a company".

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Xperia XZ, Xperia X Compact US launch and pricing revealed

Joining that is a 13-megapixel front-facing camera . In fact, from my experience, Sony's camera algorithm has been inferior to some of its competitors' when it comes to post-shot image processing. You will only be able to buy an unlocked version of the flagship device and its younger brother and that too only via Amazon and Best Buy (and "participating retailers").

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Yahoo confirms massive data breach affecting 500 million accounts

In addition, users should avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from suspicious emails that claim to be updates from Yahoo or others about the breach. " Yahoo is working closely with law enforcement on this matter". Yahoo says it has more than 1 billion monthly users, although it hasn't disclosed how many of those people have email accounts.

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Sony Xperia XZ goes on sale in the USA on October 2

If you'd prefer the smaller Xperia X Compact (shown below), you'll be able to get your hands on your new phone even sooner. Sony has enhanced the multimedia capabilities of the Xperia XZ . Android 6.0 is pre-installed. The Xperia XZ also has a stereo dual microphone system with noise cancellation. The Xperia XZ's shell has glass on the front and metal on the back and is IP68 water and dust resistant.

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Samsung begins replacement programme for recalled Galaxy Note7

U.S. safety regulators say Samsung has received more than 92 reports of the Note 7 overheating , with 55 incidents resulting in property damage and 26 causing physical burns. An executive said sales in China would continue because Note 7 phones sold there used a different battery than those linked to problems elsewhere. It's now thought that the well-received handset's more powerful 3500 mAh battery may have been a little too large for its compartment, leading to overheating issues.

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Zuckerberg pledges $3 billion to end diseases

If there's even a chance that we can cure all diseases, we have to do it. "In his remarks, Zuckerberg laid out his vision for eradicating disease: bring engineers and scientists together to more swiftly build new tools to advance efforts to tackle leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, infectious diseases and neurological diseases".

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Official says 40000 Haitians may be going to US

Jeh Johnson, the secretary of homeland security, said in a statement that conditions in Haiti had "improved sufficiently to permit the USA government to remove Haitian nationals on a more regular basis". The Obama administration, citing improved conditions in that country and an increase in the number of Haitians trying to enter through the border between Southern California and Mexico, has authorized the deportation of anyone who is choosing the potentially unsafe route or any other path to ...

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Trudeau confirms Canada, China exploring possible free trade deal

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's two top aides have chose to repay a portion of the $207,000 in expenses they incurred in moving to Ottawa from Toronto. "The key is how to handle these differences", he said. Trudeau has been under fire in recent days since it was revealed two of his staff members had expensed $220,000 in moving costs for their relocation to Ottawa.

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Tesla upgrades software to improve autopilot feature

Maps and navigation: The maps and navigation system received a significant update. Tesla in August rephrased its description of the Autopilot system in some advertisements but "some of their staffers and their pamphlets are still using terms like "automatic driving", Mr Cui said.

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Charlotte Protester on Life Support After Shooting Occurs During Unrest

Officers in riot gear walked toward protesters. Tuesday night, in Charlotte , N.C., a young black police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott. Putney said that police are investigating claims by witnesses that a CMPD officer shot the victim. On Tuesday, she said, Scott had only a book in his hands and was following orders.

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South Korean Officials Request Additional Battery Tests for Galaxy Note 7

The Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS), a government agency supervising product safety and standards, announced the extension of the refund period by approving the voluntary recall by Samsung. One will show a green battery icon to confirm that a Note 7 device is a new one that doesn't have the battery problem. In the statement, Samsung said that the replacement devices have arrived in the United States and have been sent out to carriers and retail stores yesterday, September 20.

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Indigenous Australians Discovered To Be Oldest Civilisation On Earth

Anna-Sapfo Malaspinas, from the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, the Centre for GeoGenetics of Copenhagen and the University of Bern. Researchers from Griffith University formed part of the first extensive investigation into Aboriginal DNA which found early Australians left Africa somewhere between 51,000 and 72,000 years ago.

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Paris climate accord closer after United Nations meeting

At a UN General Assembly meeting in NY this morning, 31 nations officially signed onto the accord, making it very likely that the deal will enter legal force this year. Kerry said he's optimistic the accord would take force by the end of the year. The United States and China, the world's largest emitters, formally approved the agreement this month.

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Live Coverage of Apple's September 2016 iPhone/Apple Watch Event

Will it solve your charging while listening to music on your new iPhone 7 issue? The wireless Apple Airpods will be sold separately to the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Apple does, to its credit, supply a Lightning adaptor in the box, but should yours break or go missing you're going to need another. Now they can worry a little less about that.

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Repo rate unchanged in September

Kganyago said the Monetary Policy Committee remains concerned about inflation as it is still within the "upper end of the inflation target range". "The MPC assesses the risks to the inflation forecast to be more or less balanced at this stage".

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Samsung to replace or refund 1 million Galaxy Note 7 phones

According to the Commission's website , so far, there have been 92 reports of the batteries overheating in the USA - which includes 26 reports of burns and 55 of property damage. Even after "hours of calls" and five trips to the store where she purchased the phone, she still hadn't offloaded the phone. As the tech company recently received a total of 92 incidents , Samsung finally issued an official recall .

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The most ancient civilization on Earth is still around today

The publication of the research about human migration comes at a poignant time, with government immigration policy making headlines in Australia and around the world. But the third paper , by a team led by Mait Metspalu of the Estonian Biocentre in Tartu, makes a different claim. Swapan Mallick, from Harvard Medical School, argues that everyone's genome holds the history and the culture of every single ancestor one had.

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Samsung Has Capped Charging For The Galaxy Note7

Well, a statement from Samsung Australia isn't so optimistic and claims that the release for recalled Note 7 devices will resume fully on the 1st of October. In most cases where the Note 7 burst into flames, the battery has been charging and possibly close to reaching 100 percent capacity. "MTA customers should turn off #Samsung Galaxy Note7 before entering station or boarding bus due to concerns device's battery can ignite", said a posting on the MTA Twitter feed.

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Iranian Paralympic Cyclist Dies In Race Accident

After surpassing their tally from London 2012 on day nine of the Games this summer, Great Britain were assured of ending the competition with a record number of medals and, indeed, they achieved the feat easily after winning 147 medals overall - including 64 golds.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 replacement stock hits NZ

After the series of reports of exploding batteries in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the Korean company recalled their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones. The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC), in collaboration with Samsung, has announced the launch of the Replacement Programme for Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

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Climate pact gets much-needed impetus at UN

The deposit of Singapore's instrument of ratification during a High-level Event on the Entry into Force of the Agreement at the UN Headquarters organised by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon follows the signing of the Agreement by Dr Balakrishnan in NY in April, together with representatives from 174 other countries.


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