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  • Huge fireball zips through night sky

    Huge fireball zips through night sky

    The bright flash took place at about 10:36 p.m. and was visible as far west as MI and as far south as Virginia. "Toronto police and fire services received multiple calls about a 'plane crashing into the Toronto Harbour, ' but luckily it was just a fireball in the night sky", the society said in a statement on its website.

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  • PS VR won't play nicely with your HDR TV

    PS VR won't play nicely with your HDR TV

    From the get-go, players will be able to experience the full capabilities of the VR headset thanks to the 18 digital VR titles already stored in the hardware. The Resident Evil 7 Beginning Hour demo recently got a "Twilight Update" following the new trailer that was shown off at the Tokyo Game Show, and it makes some pretty big changes to the demo.

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  • Opinion poll shows Hungary's migrant referendum invalid

    Opinion poll shows Hungary's migrant referendum invalid

    The first step in the Hungarian prime minister's crusade was supposed to be a referendum aimed at giving him more clout in arguing the case against migrant quotas imposed by Brussels. If that position secures a majority of ballots, Hungary's parliament would pass legislation to bolster the referendum's goal whether or not turnout was sufficient for a valid election, he said.

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  • Musafir.com Ties Up With Amazon.in Ahead of the Festive Season

    Musafir.com Ties Up With Amazon.in Ahead of the Festive Season

    After a year of tepid online retail sales, etailers like Flipkart , Amazon and Snapdeal witnessed a wave of consumers flocking onto their platforms as the much-publicised annual festive season sale kicked off over the weekend. Flipkart and Amazon, combined, saw over 3.73 million units sold in the first 12 hours as compared to 3.1 million shipments on special sale days past year, according to data from RedSeer, says ET.

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  • India Stocks Likely To Scale New Peaks Over The Coming Year

    India Stocks Likely To Scale New Peaks Over The Coming Year

    ONGC, Indraprastha Gas, Petronet LNG, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL), Mahanagar Gas and Cairn India were up between 1% and 6% on the BSE. Japanese data showed confidence at big manufacturers was static in September amid a strong yen and sluggish demand at home and overseas. The credit policy review will be the first under new RBI Governor Urjit Patel with assistance from the newly constituted monetary policy committee (MPC).

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  • This Ridiculous Candle Smells Just Like a New Apple Computer

    This Ridiculous Candle Smells Just Like a New Apple Computer

    The company usually sells stuff like iPhone wallet cases and a modified sunglasses holder for your Apple Watch to fit around. Love that new Mac smell? If you haven't ordered, though, that's not a bad concern since the company has already sold out of the "New Mac" candles, and you'll have to wait for a replenished inventory to be announced later this year.

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  • Chevy's Hydrogen-Fueled Army Truck Looks Straight Out of 'Halo'

    Chevy's Hydrogen-Fueled Army Truck Looks Straight Out of 'Halo'

    In a press release issued today, GM marks this truck as "the most extreme off-road-capable fuel-cell-powered electric vehicle ever from General Motors ". "The Colorado ZH2 is a terrific example of GM's engineering and design skill in creating an off-road vehicle relevant to a range of potential users", Charlie Freese, executive director of GM Global Fuel Cell Activities, said in a statement.

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  • My brother was right about 'some' United States golf fans says Willett

    My brother was right about 'some' United States golf fans says Willett

    The answer conjured a series of laughter all around, although the Sheffield-born professional didn't complain about the distraction and disruption caused at the Hazeltine National Golf Club as he took the field. It is not what Danny thinks. He's like all the guys - he's disappointed he's not playing in the morning, and he understands what I'm trying to do is for the team.

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  • Facebook Just Added A New Feature - & It's A Total Game-Changer

    Facebook Just Added A New Feature - & It's A Total Game-Changer

    Facebook says that 450 million people already visit various buy and sell Groups on Facebook each month, and now they'll have a tool that makes buying and selling items far easier than ever before. Today's launch of a marketplace for selling locally-available goods is just the latest in a string of moves meant to turn the social network into a place where people actively search for and browse goods, services and businesses they're interested in.

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  • A concept image of a space ship nearing the planet Mars (SpaceX)

    If everything goes according to plan, the first mission could launch by the end of 2022, although Musk has said the timeline could change. In the past, parts of this system have been referred to as the "Big Fucking Rocket" and the "Big Fucking Spaceship" (BFR and BFS, respectively), but today, Musk, as he was wrapping up his chat, announced his plans to name the first ship to Mars the Heart of Gold .

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  • Strike avoided: GM reaches deal with auto workers in Canada

    Strike avoided: GM reaches deal with auto workers in Canada

    With a strike deadline looming General Motors reaches agreement with Canadian workers on a tentative contract that is expected to keep GM plans in Ontario busy for years to come. Catharines, implying that CAMI too could shut down pretty quickly. Unifor selected GM to lead negotiations for new contracts with Detroit automakers.

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  • India ratifies Paris climate change agreement

    The ratification came on the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Indian independence leader better known as Mahatma Gandhi, who was born October 2, 1869. When EU regulators unveiled plans in July for spreading the burden of the bloc's climate goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 to at least 40 percent below 1990 levels, Poland objected to its target.

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  • Google confirms October 4 event - Pixel phone incoming?

    Google confirms October 4 event - Pixel phone incoming?

    With a very interesting vague teaser video , Google confirmed that the event will begin at 9AM Pacific Time on October 4th. As we have mentioned before, the event is to be held in San Fransisco on the 4th of October. The Pixel XL has yet again been spotted on a benchmarking website, which gives us a look at some of the smartphone's key specifications and features.

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  • Americans sweep Europe to start Ryder Cup

    Cabrera Bello, one of the six rookies Captain Clarke suited up, birdied his first hole, back when the American galleries hadn't been beaten to death by Euro thrash. We just kept telling each other, 'Keep at it, keep at it, keep at it, keep putting pressure and hopefully, at some point they will slow down a little bit.

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  • Sanders plans Davenport rally for Clinton Monday

    Sanders plans Davenport rally for Clinton Monday

    She lacks Mr. Sander's seemingly flawless blend of "message and messenger" that won him more Millennial votes in the primaries than President Obama did in 2008. Limited space meant many people didn't make it inside. Make no mistake, Hillary Clinton and Democrats owe a huge debt to Sanders, who is the great champion of millennials and all Americans who want a government of the people and not for the special interests.

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  • Dismissing risks, Trump goes all-in on Bill Clinton's past

    Trump's debate preparation was unconventional", The Times reported . It emerged that Miss Machado had faced allegations in Venezeula that she had threatened a judge. As expected, both candidates were liberal with the facts they used in their attempts to score points against each other. But data experts say the Democratic contender has at the very least reestablished herself as the front-runner after the race had tightened nearly to the point of a toss-up.

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  • Rosetta's 12-year-long journey to end this Friday

    NASA Television and the agency's website will air the conclusion of ESA's ( European Space Agency's) Rosetta mission from 6:15 to 8 a.m. EDT Friday, Sept. Just before it impacts the comet it will hit the surface at walking speed", insisted Schwehm. "This is a controlled descent and impact". The 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet is beginning to move further away from the Sun, making it more hard for Rosetta's solar panels to recharge, and a decision was made by mission control to attempt ...

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  • Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson: 'We Do Have to Inhabit Other Planets'

    While 52 percent said they were backing Clinton ahead of the debate, 63 percent said they thought Clinton won. Johnson says he'll stay in the race no matter what, despite what some political analysts advise. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have "strongly unfavorable" ratings in all polls, worse than any nominee in the past 10 presidential cycles. Johnson, a former New Mexico governor, has had to overcome his own high-profile gaffes, including saying, "What is Aleppo?" when asked during ...

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  • Colombia inks accord with Marxist rebels, ending 52-year war

    Colombia inks accord with Marxist rebels, ending 52-year war

    Dignitaries attending the ceremony included UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, US Secretary of State John Kerry and Cuban President Raul Castro. An end to the longest conflict in the Americas? For all of the challenges ahead, though, many Colombians who thought peace would never come were carried away with emotion.

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  • CAAI Issues Safety Advisory on Galaxy Note 7

    While Samsung did not say exactly how many phones they are expecting the recall program to affect, they did say that they are preparing to work with local carriers and offer affected customers a mobile bill credit of 30,000 won, or about $27.21, for their troubles.

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  • Sanders fans slowly come around to Clinton

    Sanders fans slowly come around to Clinton

    Hillary Clinton may have some (or many) significant negatives in your eyes, but she is unquestionably qualified for the office she seeks. Clinton also picked up the endorsement of the Arizona Republic , the first time the newspaper backs a Democrat in the general election.

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  • Major announcement: Microsoft reveals new cloud partnership at Ignite 2016

    Major announcement: Microsoft reveals new cloud partnership at Ignite 2016

    At the moment, Adobe uses mainly Amazon Web Services , though it also has its own cloud, said IDC analyst Melissa Webster in an email. "Core to our mission to empower every person and organization on the planet is democratizing AI for every person and organization to help solve society's most pressing challenges", states Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft .

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  • BOJ to cut rates to -0.30% at its next meeting - Barclays

    BOJ to cut rates to -0.30% at its next meeting - Barclays

    The new regime allows the BOJ to be more flexible in asset purchase and hence ease concern about the amount of bonds available for purchase. While the BOJ also pledged to maintain the pace of its massive bond buying for now, many traders suspect it will have to start scaling back purchases soon or risk creating further distortions in the market.

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  • First three-parent baby's impact on fertility methods

    About a quarter of the mother's mitochondria have the disease-causing mutation. The couple's first two children died because of Leigh syndrome . Dusko Ilic comments that by performing the operation in Mexico where laws are less stringent there is no way of knowing how skilful or prepared they were, and how risky it was.

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  • Jupiter moon may have water plumes that shoot up 125 miles

    Jupiter moon may have water plumes that shoot up 125 miles

    The other significant potential indicator of life was revealed by the Cassini spacecraft. Scientists got their first hint that bright, icy Europa, which is crisscrossed by dark bands and ridges, contains an underground ocean from NASA's twin Voyager probes, which flew by Jupiter in 1979.

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  • Reports of meteor landing off Gladstone

    Reports of meteor landing off Gladstone

    Police received multiple calls from concerned residents, who reported their homes and windows shaking. A spokesperson for Geosciences Australia confirmed today that a tremor had been recorded around Gladstone, Central Queensland, around 8:30pm on Monday night but that it wasn't caused by an quake.

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  • Manning, Giants can't escape own costly mistakes in loss to Redskins

    There was, 'no, you get a warning.' There was not any of that. First year Giants head coach Ben McAdoo wants to put an end to that kind of behavior right now, before it gets any worse for Beckham and the Giants. Vernon needs to know better. The New York Giants lacked discipline on Sunday afternoon, and it raises questions about the character and coaching staff of the team.

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  • US appeals court hears arguments in Clean Power Plan case

    Environmental Protection Agency's plan is expected to decrease electricity bills for families. Whoever loses the case is likely to appeal it to the U.S. "This is an effort that I think is extraordinary in cost, extraordinary in scope, and I think extraordinary as it relates to the intrusion into the sovereignty of the states", Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, one of the rule's challengers, said, according to The Hill newspaper.

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  • Blige, Clinton interview clips face ridicule online

    Blige, Clinton interview clips face ridicule online

    The interview, which is billed an "intimate conversation", will be available on Apple Music on September 30. The song was written by Springsteen in response to the NYPD shooting death of Amadou Diallo . News stories displayed here appear in our category for Entertainment and are licensed via a specific agreement between LongIsland.com and The Associated Press , the world's oldest and largest news organization.

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  • First baby born with novel three-parent embryo technique

    First baby born with novel three-parent embryo technique

    However, according to the New Scientist , Ibtisam Shaban and husband Mahmoud Hassan's doctor employed an alternative technique which doesn't require the destruction of two embryos because the couple are Muslims. The procedure was carried out in Mexico, as it has no laws in this area. The first instances of scientists attempting the "three-parent" technique began in the 1990s.

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  • What Does the New Jeep Compass 2017 Look Like?

    What Does the New Jeep Compass 2017 Look Like?

    Fiat Chrysler New Zealand have confirmed the new model will go on sale here in late 2017 but the rest of the details remain under wraps. The 2017 Jeep Compass compact SUV is scheduled to become available for purchase in the U.S. 20.49 - 30.72 Lakhs). Transmission options will include a 9-speed automatic, while a manual is also likely to be offered. Some people are saying that with the new Compass now getting closer to the Grand Cherokee, would the Cherokee's position be treated by it? ...

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  • Indian stock markets tank, Asian markets exhibit weak trend

    Indian stock markets tank, Asian markets exhibit weak trend

    Investors awaited Monday evening's U.S. presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, which will take place early on Tuesday in Asian time zones. "We are seeing the wave of global factors affecting Indian markets". Local markets may turn volatile this week amid the expiry of monthly derivative contracts slated for Thursday.

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