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  • Granny, the Matriarch of JPod, presumed dead

    Granny, the Matriarch of JPod, presumed dead

    Balcomb. Members of Granny's group has seen their population decline and the orcas are considered as endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. The Center for Whale Research (CRW) has been studying Granny since 1976. Helping to guide her pod for more than 40 years, Granny is one of the only whales in the region to be born before the study began.

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  • This Garbage Year Will Last An Extra Second Longer

    This Garbage Year Will Last An Extra Second Longer

    It is also possible for a second to be removed from the UTC (Universal Co-ordinated Time) timescale, although this has never happened. Although it's no big deal for most of us to adjust to an additional atomic second in our year, it is a much bigger pain for people who run computer networks.

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  • CES 2017 - LG set to reveal its incredible levitating portable speaker

    The air-freshener shaped speaker gets 10 hours on a charge, and it will automatically descend onto the base and begin charging without intervention when the battery starts getting low. You can share audio with another person wearing a Tone Studio using the built-in Dual Play feature, and a vibrate feature should enhance those movie action sequences somewhat.

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  • Apple Now Selling Refurbished Apple Watches

    The Apple Watch Series 1 has an S1P dual-core processor and OLED Retina display with Force Touch. You won't find the original Series 0 Apple Watch there. The stainless steel version starts at $469 for the 38mm and jumps up to $509 for the 42mm model. Prices vary depending on which size and band you get.

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  • Salvation Army Brings Christmas Cheer to Over 1000 Children

    Christmas came early Monday for families in Wake County as The Salvation Army opened their Christmas Cheer center in Raleigh. Major Merritt tells us the collection for next Christmas will start sometime next month. "It takes a lot of courage to come up and ask for this stuff and take this stuff", Gabrielle said. "I got to make sure they have everything they need, and I'd rather for them to have a roof over their head than toys", said Moore.

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  • How Elon Musk is Solving Traffic Issues With Tunnels

    Elon Musk appears to be serious about starting a tunnel digging company. "Traffic is driving me nuts", Musk said in a tweet over the weekend. His interest in the technology is credited with inspiring several startups to begin development and feasibility studies , but Musk himself has largely stayed out of the business as he simultaneously leads Tesla, SpaceX and now SolarCity.

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  • 7.9-magnitude quake hits Papua New Guinea

    7.9-magnitude quake hits Papua New Guinea

    Geological Survey said. Earthquake-Report.com says that although massive earthquakes are very common in PNG, there are fears for tsunami waves potentially up to 30 metres high. The epicentre, with a depth of 73.4 km, was initially determined to be at 4.474 degrees south latitude and 153.577 degrees east longitude, Xinhua news agency reported.

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  • Putin makes a surprise Christmas visit to Trump on 'SNL'

    So it's probably safe to say Putin is pretty excited about Tillerson's new gig. Bennet-as-Putin flattered Trump as "the best candidate, the smartest candidate, the Manchurian candidate " and reassured the real estate mogul that he needed no gift in return for his sketchy Elf on the Shelf gift.

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  • GM plans to invest more than $200 million at Parma plant

    The local investment was part of $552 million for key US manufacturing facilities located in Tonawanda, Lockport and Rochester, New York. The Detroit automaker said it will invest $295.9 million at Tonawanda, retaining 857 jobs and creating 67 new positions; $31.86 million for components at its Lockport Components facility in NY, retaining 320 jobs; $5.9 million for components at its Rochester Components facility in NY, retaining 20 jobs; $ 218 million for new presses, dies and sub ...

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  • Bill Gates Thinks Donald Trump Could Be Like JFK

    After a call on clean energy with Donald Trump, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates fears for federal support of renewables under the new United States president. But consumption in countries such as India is growing. Several parts of developing economies still do not have access to affordable and reliable energy.

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  • HyperDrive Is The

    HyperDrive Is The "Answer" To All Of The MacBook Pro's Port Problems

    I ran the battery down in 3 hours last night only browsing the web. Clearly this is anecdotal evidence, but perhaps, the battery life problems are related to macOS Sierra more so than they are related to the new MacBook Pro's. The new MacBook Pro features the Intel sixth-generation Skylake processor, which is very energy-efficient but can not support greater random access memory.

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  • Death toll in storms sweeping South increases to 5

    Death toll in storms sweeping South increases to 5

    Officials also said dozens of buildings have been damaged or destroyed from the storms. Nearly 150,000 Alabama Power customers were impacted by two nights of severe storms that raced across the state. Its operators, who live in a nearby mobile home, sought shelter in the building. According to Anthony Clifton; the director of Dekalb County Emergency Management, the three adults are listed in critical condition and is now undergoing treatment.

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  • An Amber Market Trip Leads to an Impressive Feathered Dinosaur Tail Find

    He notified Dexu, a privately supported Chinese scientific institute, "that I had the world's first and maybe the only dinosaur amber and we had to get it", he says. "I could go pick up a bird skin today and find feathers that look exactly like" those shown in the study, Feo says. But when a team of researchers scanned the chunk of amber containing the juvenile dinosaur's tail, they saw something different.

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  • Will International Business Machines Corp. Raise Its Dividend in 2017?

    Will International Business Machines Corp. Raise Its Dividend in 2017?

    Bank of America Corp. upgraded International Business Machines Corp. from a "neutral" rating to a "buy" rating and boosted their price objective for the company from $170.00 to $185.00 in a research report on Thursday, November 10th. Investors of record on Thursday, November 10th will be given a dividend of $1.40 per share. Analysts have a mean recommendation of 2.80 on this stock (A rating of less than 2 means buy, "hold" within the 3 range, "sell" within the 4 range, and "strong sell" ...

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  • FCC slams AT&T and Verizon over zero-rating offers

    FCC slams AT&T and Verizon over zero-rating offers

    While the letters to the two companies are just a preliminary measure, and no official action has been taken, the news certainly puts a damper on AT&T's plans to bundle its services together. Responding to the letter, an AT&T spokesman said in a statement: "These are incredibly popular free services available to millions of customers".

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  • Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Black Friday Winner Confirmed!

    Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Black Friday Winner Confirmed!

    It is thought that Sony could be ahead of Microsoft and this may remain so until Microsoft launches the Xbox One Scorpio. The PS4, meanwhile, shifted 27,000 units and the NES Classic 20,000. We are giving them confidence that they have made a right point. At the moment, there are more than 280 games available on Xbox One's backward compatibility, with new games coming to backward compatibility every month.

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  • IPhone 6s battery replacement

    Otherwise, Apple will not be viable to provide its iPhone users such a free battery replacement. Under the new program, it has been said by Apple that iPhone 6S devices made between September and October 2015 have a small issue with the battery but is not a major security problem.

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  • Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

    People who work in the fast food industry, full-time, said they aren't making anywhere close to that. "(Trump) needs to be held accountable for his promises", said Hector Figueroa, president of 32BJ, a property service workers union affiliated with the Service Employees International Union that supports "Fight for $15".

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  • Arrow Adapts a Classic Alan Moore Story For Its 100th Episode

    Arrow Adapts a Classic Alan Moore Story For Its 100th Episode

    Ccheck out the pics from Part 2 of Invasion / Heroes vs Aliens in last night's The Flash! Let's not think about one part of four show crossover because it will eventually happen technically. " Episode 8 is nearly like an event", Amell told Nerdist. You're really getting a different flavor and different world. The Dominators take control of the minds of Supergirl , the Legends and Team Arrow (minus Oliver), which leads to a Green Arrow and Flash team-up vs.

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  • AMD to provide Zen CPU preview at New Horizon event

    AMD to provide Zen CPU preview at New Horizon event

    AMD's New Horizon event will be hosted by notable video game journalist Geoff Keighley . New Horizon is AMD's fan-focused event, created to engage our most dedicated customers. The new chip is carrying the ID tag of "AMD Eng Sample: 1D3201A2M88F3_35/32_N" and is an eight core, 16 thread variant. The bombshell, if the rumors are correct, would be the aggressive pricing.

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  • Dreamworld to reopen after fatal ride accident

    Dreamworld to reopen after fatal ride accident

    The Thunder River Rapids ride, in which four people died when a raft overturned on October 25, will never reopen. Mr Davidson said "a number of Dreamworld attractions" would be fully operational from December 10, but could not give a timeframe for when the remainder of the rides would come online.

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  • McLaren 570S Track Pack announced, gets bespoke aero

    McLaren 570S Track Pack announced, gets bespoke aero

    The Track Pack, available to order immediately, is created to deliver enhanced levels of driver engagement for owners who enjoy occasional track day activity without compromising the car's all-round usability and includes a discretely extended rear wing to generate additional downforce.

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  • Best Weather Satellite Ever Launched: How It Will Save Lives

    Upgrades to the new weather satellite include a centerpiece imaging instrument from Harris Corp. that assures advanced improvements, like better resolution that will provide movie quality images. The weather, appropriately enough, couldn't be better for launching. The rocket, carrying the satellite lifted off with jets of orange and yellow flames aiming to enter an orbit that is 22,000 miles above the Earth.

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