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  • International Space Station Flies Over 3 Hurricanes

    International Space Station Flies Over 3 Hurricanes

    To the east of Madeline, Hurricane Lester is also moving through the eastern Pacific. The US National Hurricane Centre says a warning is in place for the Big Island of Hawaii. Regarding the third hurricane, the agency's time-lapse video has featured sights of Hurricane Gaston when it passed over the Atlantic Ocean the same day, generating winds of around 100 miles per hour (160 km/h).

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  • Apple podría presentar nuevo iPhone la semana próxima

    Apple podría presentar nuevo iPhone la semana próxima

    Entre otras cosas, informó que se espera que los nuevos teléfonos inteligentes mantengan los tamaños de los modelos con una pantalla más grande que Apple introdujo en 2014, y que actualizó con nuevos diseños a fines del tercer trimestre del año pasado.

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  • Kansas misses August revenue estimates by about $10 million

    Kansas misses August revenue estimates by about $10 million

    The state fell 2.3 percent below estimates for the month overall. The state Department of Revenue released preliminary tax collection numbers Thursday for the recently completed fiscal year. "Individual income taxes beat estimates for the second month of the fiscal year, which is encouraging, but corporate, sale and use tax receipts continue to lag, pulling down the overall totals", Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan said in a statement.

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  • Chris Brown released from jail after arrest and standoff with LAPD

    Chris Brown released from jail after arrest and standoff with LAPD

    Police said the standoff began with a 911 call from a woman. "And that's when I just left". "And I don't know if it was his friends who kind of triggered Chris, but he said: 'Don't go near the diamonds!' Started calling me names!" Then Brown allegedly pulled a gun and told her to get out, yelling "I'm sick of you girls".

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  • Leaked Packaging Alleges iPhone 7 Plus Will Come With 'AirPods Wireless Earphones'

    This is a huge amount of storage for an iPhone. The next variant will have 128 GB, while the top-tier model will carry a whopping 256 GB of storage capacity. The iPhone 7 is set to launch on September 7th and is expected to go on sale the following week. More interestingly, the leak suggests Apple will also be including a Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack adaptor as a bundled accessory.

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  • Hollywood remembers the late comedy legend Gene Wilder, star of 'Willy Wonka'

    Gene Wilder, who delighted audiences with his comic turns in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Mel Brooks classics, including Blazing Saddles and The Producers , died on Monday at the age of 83. "After the crowd sees Willy Wonka is a cripple, they all whisper to themselves and then become deathly quiet". And although Wonka may have traumatized the spoiled children on screen, Wilder's costars remember him as nothing but kind and thoughtful.

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  • Samsung Tab A 10.1 pictures leaked

    According to an earlier tweet from Russian tech journalist Eldar Murtazin, the Galaxy Tab S3 is set for a September 1 unveiling, so that should allow Samsung to have plenty of industry insiders on hand to witness the debut of their new tablet.

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  • SpaceX rocket explodes in Florida ahead of launch

    SpaceX rocket explodes in Florida ahead of launch

    The rocket was believed to be performing a test-firing of its nine Merlin main engines as a standard check of their readiness for launch, and so the area probably was cleared for that hazardous operation. This is now the only active East coast pad SpaceX uses to launch its Falcon 9 rockets. The company also is working on a crew capsule to ferry station US astronauts; that first flight was supposed to come as early as next year.

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  • Duterte wants Steve Harvey out of Miss Universe

    Duterte wants Steve Harvey out of Miss Universe

    Mr. Duterte also told her he was going "to talk to Miss Universe (officials) because I don't want him to be the host of the (pageant)", the tourism official said, adding that the President "was not laughing", when he said that. Teo said the 2016 edition of the beauty contest would be held in at least five cities in the country from January 13 to 30, 2017, with the coronation night to be held at SM Mall of Asia Arena.

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  • Wisconsin police did nothing wrong in mall arrest

    Wisconsin police did nothing wrong in mall arrest

    The arrest sparked protests after footage of it was posted online. "We will continue to work, internally and community wide to minimize the use of force and focus on de-esclation when appropriate". Police previously said Laird spit on them and clawed them while resisting the arrest. Authorities say Laird was suspected of threatening a mall, restaurant worker and claiming to have a knife.

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  • Samsung warns of more Galaxy Note delays amid battery explosion claims

    Samsung has delayed a number of shipments of the device due to additional quality tests, Reuters reports. There is some speculation that Samsung is running some deeper quality checks due to reports of Note 7 batteries exploding. Note 7 shipments are continuing globally and this delay affects the South Korean market only, Samsung spokeswoman Sophia Kim told the Associated Press Thursday.

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  • Leicester to splash £50m on Sporting Lisbon pair

    Leicester to splash £50m on Sporting Lisbon pair

    Silva, who helped Portugal win Euro 2016, only signed a new deal at Sporting in February, which included a release clause of £38.5m. Islam Slimani has moved a step closer to joining Leicester City after the FAF released him from global duty for a medical.

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  • Petrino excited to see players translate practice into game performance

    Petrino excited to see players translate practice into game performance

    Choate, the former St. Maries High star, and ex-Post Falls football coach and athletic director, makes his head coaching debut tonight when his Montana State Bobcats visit the Idaho Vandals in the season opener for both teams. For that, I will always be forever grateful.”. I'd assume they're doing little things here or there, but they've tried to suffocate that conversation for the time being.

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  • Tom Brady plays a half in Patriots' preseason finale

    Tom Brady plays a half in Patriots' preseason finale

    QB Eli Manning and WR Odell Beckham Jr., among others, did not play ... Ryan Nassib threw a 59-yard touchdown pass to Tavarres King for the Giants and set up Randy Bullock's 25-yard field goal. Garoppolo started the team's first three preseason games and has played 113 snaps, while Brissett has played exclusively in the second half and has gotten 77 snaps.

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  • Colin Kaepernick explains why he wore socks with police pigs on them

    Colin Kaepernick explains why he wore socks with police pigs on them

    One of the loudest criticisms of Kaepernick's protest from fans, media, current and former National Football League players and many others has him accused of disrespecting USA veterans and current serving members of the armed forces by sitting during the anthem, something the National Football League star has said was not his intention .

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  • Hawaii Hit by Strong Rain, Surf as Tropical Storm Brushes By

    Hawaii Hit by Strong Rain, Surf as Tropical Storm Brushes By

    There were periods of intense rainfall Wednesday as the National Weather Service downgraded Madeline, with winds falling below hurricane strength of 74 miles per hour. On Aug. 31 at 6:50 p.m. EDT (22:50 UTC) the VIIRS instrument aboard NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite saw a shapeless Tropical Storm Madeline approaching Hawaii.

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  • At Lake Tahoe, Obama links conservation to climate change

    At Lake Tahoe, Obama links conservation to climate change

    He says that's why countries need to work together on the environment. The president is pointing to steps the US has taken to reduce emissions and protect the environment while also growing its economy. Brown said the unprecedented steps taken to protect Lake Tahoe proves that "beauty transcends politics". It was the president's first trip to what he called a "spectacular" lake.

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  • The next iPhone won't have a headphone jack, new leaked photos indicate

    The prices for the iPhone 7 Plus which is upgraded and bigger version which costs about CNY 6088 for the 32Gb, CNY 6888 for the 128GB version and the 7888 for the 256Gb version. Also the device is getting will come in the ginormous 256GB variant. So, what else do we know about the iPhone 7 and the larger iPhone 7 Plus? As for the wireless AirPods, there's a chance Apple will sell those as a separate purchase instead.

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  • USGS: Strong magnitude-7.1 quake off New Zealand coast

    Earlier this morning a tsunami warning was issued soon after 30cm surges were recorded on the gauge at East Cape. While the area continued to be hit by aftershocks of magnitude 5 and above, Tairawhiti Civil Defence Emergency Management controller John Clarke said if people feel another long and strong quake they should again head for higher ground or as far inland as possible.

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  • Hurricane Lester enters Central Pacific as Category 3 storm

    Hurricane Lester enters Central Pacific as Category 3 storm

    The National Weather Service issued a hurricane warning as the storm dubbed Madeline churned west Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, toward the island, urging residents to rush through preparations to protect themselves and their property and expect hurricane conditions within the next 36 hours.

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  • Clothes made of plastic are the epitome of cool

    Researchers have engineered a low-priced plastic material that could become the basis for clothing that keeps people cool in hot climates. However, the Stanford material provides an additional cooling mechanism by allowing body heat emitted as infrared radiation to pass through the plastic textile.

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  • Thousands jam Lake Tahoe arena for Obama speech at summit

    The president took jabs at Republicans in Congress and on the campaign trail who have expressed doubt about climate change, mocking the actions of Republican Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma who infamously threw a snowball on the Senate floor in 2015 to disprove climate change.

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  • Gold slips as focus shifts to United States payrolls data

    Gold slips as focus shifts to United States payrolls data

    Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Paris all lost 0.4%. Earlier in the week, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said the US labor market is nearly at full strength and the pace of interest rate increases will be data dependent. The Australian dollar was trading at US75.60c, down from US76.33c on Friday. The comments from Yellen and Fischer dragged Wall Street lower at the close.

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  • Amazon's Alexa May Be Coming to PCs Soon

    Amazon's Alexa May Be Coming to PCs Soon

    Amazon is pinning great hopes on Alexa, which debuted in the Amazon Echo device, because it ties consumers ever more closely to the marketplace. Digital personal assistants are not exactly common on PCs. CNET's report today shows how Amazon may challenge Microsoft in the PC voice assistant arena. It would be quite interesting to see if Lenovo decides to ship its Windows 10 PCs with Alexa, especially considering the fact that Windows 10 already includes Cortana.

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  • Paper prevails over e-books

    Paper prevails over e-books

    Around 40 per cent only read print books, while just 6 per cent favour e-books exclusively. Fourteen per cent said they had listened to an audio book, up two percentage points from 2015, but the same as in 2014. Overall, 73 per cent of Americans 18 and older read a book over the past year, up one percentage point from 2015 but below the 79 per cent recorded for 2011.

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  • Ministro Defensa Colombia dice fuerza pública y FARC han cumplido cese fuego

    El presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, aseguró este martes que no se convirtió en " castrochavista ", según lo han señalado los opositores a su mandato, y reiteró que en las negociaciones que realizaron con las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC ) para el acuerdo de fin del conflicto "no se entregó al país" a esa guerrilla.

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  • Trump paid for Mexican president's lunch, humorist writes

    At a news conference after their 70-minute meeting, Trump said he and Pena Nieto had not discussed who would pay for the wall he wants to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing the border. Trump, meanwhile, has lauded Mexican-Americans who have arrived in the USA legally, calling them "spectacular" and "hard-working", but has not indicated much sympathy for those who are undocumented.

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  • Al norte de Yucatán se forma la tormenta tropical Hermine

    Al norte de Yucatán se forma la tormenta tropical Hermine

    Las autoridades llamaron a la ciudadanía a tomar precauciones en los próximos días, ante la tormenta tropical Hermine que continuará desplazándose hacia el noreste y se alejará de la región. En su más reciente reporte detalló que el nuevo sistema cobró fuerza a partir de las 13:00 horas y se desplaza al norte a cuatro kilómetros por hora, con vientos máximos sostenidos de 65 kilómetros por hora y rachas de hasta 85 kilómetros por hora.

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