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  • Canada summit to sign trade deal postponed as talks go on

    Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel arrives at the European Union summit in Brussels, Belgium October 21, 2016. " Belgian agreement on #CETA ". But at the last moment, Wallonia, a region in Belgium, vetoed the deal last week and later rejected an ultimatum for it to change its mind. Wallonia, a staunchly socialist region of around 3.6 million people, had demanded stronger safeguards on labour, environmental and consumer standards.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Successor Has Been Confirmed

    However, customers only need to play for half the price of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to be able to avail the upgrade next year. Right now the upgrade program from Samsung is only being offered to Korean customers in exchange for their Note 7s.

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  • AT&T Will Buy Time Warner For More Than $80 Billion

    Pay-TV service - which AT&T dominates through its ownership of satellite service DirecTV , which it bought for $48.5 billion past year - is also under threat by the rise of "cord cutters", who are trimming their cable bills or finding video and entertainment options over the Web.

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  • All Galaxy Note 7 Devices Banned from US Flights

    All Galaxy Note 7 Devices Banned from US Flights

    According to the latest data, there has been a constant rise in the usage of the Galaxy Note 7 , and the highest was reported this week itself. Samsung estimated that it will face up to $5.3 billion in lost profits from the Note 7 discontinued production.

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  • Rodgers - Celtic are improving side

    Rodgers - Celtic are improving side

    Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko has demanded another daunting Champions League atmosphere inside Parkhead when Borussia Monchengladbach visit on Wednesday. He said: "We don't like to have a lot of downs at Celtic and let's hope Sunday isn't". "We don't need to focus on the other team, we need to focus on our own game and give 150 per cent.

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  • Starbucks plans to double stores in China in 5 years

    Starbucks plans to double stores in China in 5 years

    The firm has a market capitalization of $77.95 billion, a PE ratio of 29.86 and a beta of 0.83. During its last trading session, Stock traded with the total exchanged volume of 5.22 million shares. Schultz told CNBC yesterday that the brand had an advantage in China as it has been operating in the region for 17 years. The Seattle-based coffee chain is looking to China to fuel its growth.

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  • Robot explorers all set for Mars tryst: ESA

    It should begin collecting high quality data next March. Scientists believe that methane, a chemical that on Earth is strongly tied to life, could stem from micro-organisms that either became extinct millions of years ago and left gas frozen below the planet's surface, or that some methane-producing organisms still survive.

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  • AT&T will begin offering screen repairs on November 15

    AT&T will begin offering screen repairs on November 15

    Regardless of the components used, all repairs will be backed by a 12-month warranty. Starting November 15th, repairs for cracked displays can be had on select devices for just $89, granted you have AT&T insurance. As the name suggests, the service protects your device from ... well, yourself. Now covered devices include: ● Apple iPhone 6 ● Apple iPhone 6 Plus ● Apple iPhone 6S ● Apple iPhone 6S Plus ● Apple iPhone SE ● Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ● Samsung Galaxy S5 ● Samsung Galaxy S6 If you are ...

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  • Sony Mobile Games to Release in Early 2018

    Sony Mobile Games to Release in Early 2018

    However, unlike Nintendo, Sony isn't planning to offer its new mobile games around the world. Sony PlayStation is all set to release 5 new mobile games on iOS and Android. The augmented reality game went viral, and helped rake millions of dollars for the game's creator Niantic and partners - Nintendo and The Pokemon Company, through in-app purchases.

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  • Republican Elite Far Prefers Clinton to Win US Election

    Republican Elite Far Prefers Clinton to Win US Election

    The controversy over Donald Trump bragging about forcing himself on women accentuates the role women will play in an election that could make Hillary Clinton the first female us president. Congress in danger. The Democratic candidate's campaign manager, John Podesta, said that she will assert at campaign stops that Republicans - particularly those running for office in November - need to clarify their position on Mr Trump.

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  • Google Cloud And Facebook To Benefit From 'Highest Capacity' Transpacific Cable

    Google Cloud And Facebook To Benefit From 'Highest Capacity' Transpacific Cable

    That was yesterday, and now Google is back in the news thanks to its stake in the new Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN), which will stretch between Los Angeles and Hong Kong . FASTER connects Japan with hubs on the U.S. West Coast and other Asian regions. Microsoft Corp and Facebook earlier this year teamed together to lay a high-speed Internet cable across the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • Samsung's mounting crisis is an opportunity for Apple, Google

    Samsung's mounting crisis is an opportunity for Apple, Google

    Circular app icons support - lets you provide great-looking rounded icon resources that match the look of Pixel and other launchers. For those wondering, the Nexus 6P, 5X, and Pixel C will be the first devices to get the Android 7.1 beta, while others like the 6 and 9 will have to wait until Google creates a build for them.

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  • Daniel Ricciardo wins Malaysia GP, Rosberg comes third

    Daniel Ricciardo wins Malaysia GP, Rosberg comes third

    The 27-year-old, who celebrated his fourth victory of his entire Formula One career, won after Hamilton suffered engine failure, causing him to drop out while he was leading the race with 15 laps. "I'm just going to keep my head down and hope for the best - but obviously today was not a good day". Done one race with it. As the world champions strived to defuse Hamilton's incendiary remarks, a hurried meeting was held between Hamilton and the Mercedes hierarchy in which the Englishman was ...

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  • Son Heung-min gives South Korea a comeback win over Qatar

    Son Heung-min gives South Korea a comeback win over Qatar

    The top two sides in Group A and B qualify for the World Cup in Russian Federation while the third-placed teams meet to decide who goes into a Concacaf-Asian Zone play-off for a place at the finals. "I can't say that the match was a good one and can't say that the team's performance was excellent, but that was what I was looking for", Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic said.

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  • Here's Why Snapchat IPO Rumors Are Intensifying

    Here's Why Snapchat IPO Rumors Are Intensifying

    After more than doubling its IPO price in several days of trading, Nutanix's valuation is now almost $5 billion. When LinkedIn conducted its IPO in 2011, the professional networking website had a value of $US4.25 billion ($5.6 billion ). Last year, Snap, tapping its popularity with the coveted teenage demographic, started charging advertisers $750,000 a day for TV-style ads. That is the same thing that it did with its Discover feature as well, selling sponsored channels.

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  • 'Gilmore Girls' Luke's Diner pop-ups coming to Toronto, Vancouver

    'Gilmore Girls' Luke's Diner pop-ups coming to Toronto, Vancouver

    The coffee will be served from 7 a.m. through noon, but if you're wanting a special surprise with your cup, get there early because supplies are limited. Other local participating shops, according to townofstarshollow.org, include 3 Bean Coffee, The Bun Shop (both locations) and the Daily Grind in Baltimore, as well as Bump 'n Grind in Silver Spring.

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  • Microsoft spends big on European data centers

    Microsoft spends big on European data centers

    Microsoft reported recently, the spending for cloud infrastructure in Europe has topped the $3 billion mark. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith appeared in Dublin this morning at the beginning of a multi-city trip to woo customers in Europe.

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  • European Parliament approves Paris climate deal

    European Parliament approves Paris climate deal

    And the European Union is keen to be the signatory responsible for bringing the agreement into force. In a historic vote held at the plenary session of the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, a majority of the members voted in favour of ratifying the Paris Agreement.

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  • Did your zodiac sign change?

    Did your zodiac sign change?

    Scientist's alleged astrology is no science; the position of stars can not affect the original star sign of a person. The news claiming the change in more than 80% of zodiac signs sent the people into an uproar. The constellations are different shapes and sizes, which means the sun will spend varying amounts of time lined up with each one, NASA explains. "The Babylonians lived over 3,000 years ago".

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  • Five things I liked in iOS 10

    Elsewhere in this minor update are fixes for issues that affected iCloud Photo Library. The biggest benefit to jailbreaking is being able to install apps outside of the App Store that haven't been approved by Apple . So we can see that this switch to the Lightning port is very unlike what Apple has done in the past. As for sales of the iPhone 7 - regardless of the iOS 10.0.2 update - USA Today reports that it is either boom or bust, depending on location.

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  • Trump stands against ICANN internet handover

    Trump stands against ICANN internet handover

    Asked Wednesday morning about Cruz's standoff with Trump, former Cruz campaign manager Jeff Roe breathed new life into the possibility that Cruz could still get behind the nominee - something the senator never ruled out, however unlikely it seemed.

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