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In each case, Samsung and the CPSC asked users to power the phones down and replace or refund them, and with the second recall , it announced it was discontinuing the smart phone, just two months after it was launched. Samsung did not immediately comment on the lawsuit. Regulators have banned the model from carry-on and checked baggage on all US flights and last week said passengers who try to carry Note 7 phones onto planes will have them confiscated and may face fines.
  • White House eases restrictions on Cuban cigars and rum

    White House eases restrictions on Cuban cigars and rum

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    The measure is not a lifting of the embargo against Cuba - only Congress can do that - so you won't be able to find Cuban cigars for sale in the US until the embargo is lifted. "Cash makes the Castro regime's grip on power stronger, its repression harsher and its exportation of misery throughout the hemisphere, especially Venezuela, easier".
  • Britain should be looking at military options in Syria - minister

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    Prime Minister Theresa May said at Prime Minister's Question on Wednesday that she would act on the referendum result which she said showed the British people wanted "maximum control" over immigration. He said that intensifying sanctions on key players in the Assad regime was another option open to Britain. "I must tell you, at this stage it is vital that we do not raise false hopes.
  • Humans plan to inhabit Mars by 2030s

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    Researchers say traveling to Mars could cause astronauts to experience "space brain". This week, with only one hundred days left in his final term, Obama renewed that ambition in an op-ed in CNN . Best symbol of evolution and fact that changes in NASA are going in to good direction is fact, that SpaceX is planning Mars mission and Blue Origin is preparing for first space touristic flights.
  • Merkel visiting Ethiopia as state of emergency unfolds

    Merkel visiting Ethiopia as state of emergency unfolds

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    Merkel, who spoke at a news conference with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, arrived in Ethiopia after a fresh flare-up near the capital of the clashes that have cast a shadow over a nation with one of Africa's fastest-growing economies.
  • Apple stock hits highest since December on Samsung Note 7 fire crisis

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    Deccan Chronicle reported that in the recently concluded Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) 2016 last week in Chiba, Japan, Sharp presented a concept phone with a display ditching the bezel on the edges. . In addition, there is also a rumor that Sharp is increasing its OLED display investments just to meet up with the demands for the iPhone 8 successor to be released in 2018.
  • Hurricane Matthew kills 10 in US

    Hurricane Matthew kills 10 in US

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    Skies cleared Sunday over much of North Carolina, but the danger posed by Hurricane Matthew was likely to remain through at least the end of the week, when rivers could top or come close to records set 16 years ago by Hurricane Floyd. "It's insane to see how strong Mother Nature is", resident John Hogeland said as he surveyed the damage. Cotton and peanut crops were most at risk from heavy rains, David Streit, senior lead forecaster at Bethesda, Maryland-based Commodity Weather Group LLC ...
  • Davison wins drama-filled Bathurst 1000

    Davison wins drama-filled Bathurst 1000

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    The first half of the great race went by rather uneventfully until the Holden driver veered off the track and smashed into the barrier. The three collided, sending Tander and McLaughlin into the wall. The Great Race honoured Brock's anniversary, attracting a four day attendance of 204,512 - the second biggest ever Bathurst crowd. That wasn't the race-ending battle to watch, though.
  • What It Looks Like to Fly Through Hurricane Matthew

    What It Looks Like to Fly Through Hurricane Matthew

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    The center of the swirling hurricane was showing "biological returns, probably birds ", according to meteorologist Jeff Last . The birds were spotted using NOAA's Dual Polarization radar, which can analyze the type and intensity of precipitation as well as detect non-meteorological radar echoes such as insects and birds .
  • Trump vs Miss Universe: White House race hits new low

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    The Republican nominee also linked cyber vulnerabilities to the private email server used by his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. "I think it's a serious problem for them, and it's something that I'm considering talking about more in the near future", he told the newspaper.
  • No clowning around in Aus as creepy craze continues

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    UA police reported on Monday it had received about 25 calls from students and parents who were concerned about a "knife-wielding" clown sighting on campus that spread quickly on social media. In Halifax, police confirmed they were investigating after a photo posted on social media appeared to show a clown standing outside a high school.
  • New Shepard rocket survives successful in-flight capsule escape test

    New Shepard rocket survives successful in-flight capsule escape test

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    Today's flight marks a major milestone in the test program: About 45 seconds after liftoff, when New Shepard is under maximum aerodynamic stress at an altitude of 16,000 feet, the uncrewed passenger capsule will fire a solid-rocket motor that's created to blast it away from the rocket booster below.
  • Twitter Is Expected to Receive Bids This Week

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    That's a rather unusual date, but that is when they will be reporting their earnings for the third quarter , and the company wants to be transparent with investors, whom they will be meeting with when they announce their earnings. While Google recently started integrating real-time Tweets from Twitter , owning the service outright would make that function more tightly integrated into the platform.
  • General Election Ballots Headed To Local Mailboxes

    General Election Ballots Headed To Local Mailboxes

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    Though most digital poll book systems provide the option to connect to the Internet, we don't have much information yet regarding the extent to which this is actually going on in polling stations across the country, says Miller. These ballots will continue to be accepted until 7 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 8. Sample ballots are posted on the county elections website under the red, "current election" button.
  • Molecular machine designers win 2016 Nobel in Chemistry

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    He added that what the awardees have managed to do is develop synthetic ways to replicate some of the small-scale processes that biologists have long studied. and thought maybe it was a hoax. This is a bit how I feel. Those two structures gave them parts for the machines they wanted to build. Stoddart took the next step in 1991 by threading a molecular ring onto a molecular axle.
  • Ford F-150 brakes under investigation by regulators

    Ford F-150 brakes under investigation by regulators

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    The NHTSA has received 1,560 reports that the "door ajar" light on some examples of the 2011-to-2013 Ford Edge stays on continuously, even when all doors are properly latched. "We continuously evaluate our processes for potential improvements, and when the data indicates a safety recall is needed, we move quickly on behalf of our customers", the statement said.
  • Obama, DiCaprio team up against climate change

    Obama, DiCaprio team up against climate change

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    Katharine Hayhoe . The trio took the stage Monday evening to discuss climate change ahead of Before the Flood, the documentary produced and featuring DiCaprio and helmed by Oscar-winning director Fisher Stevens. Part of the panel was devoted to Obama and his administration's accomplishments on curbing climate change, including the worldwide agreement reached in Paris in December.
  • Yahoo gave spy agencies access to user emails, report says

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    Yahoo has been accused of spying on users by scanning millions of email accounts secretly for the USA government, sources say. Rather, CEO Marissa Mayer secretly conceded to a surveillance order issued by US intelligence officials and directed Yahoo's engineers to build an application that searched all its users' arriving messages for an unspecified string of characters, according to Reuters .