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Galaxy Note 7 class-action lawsuit filed following fires, recall

The recall is estimated to have cost the company billions of dollars. Samsung attempted to undo the situation by administering a recall program that lets users trade their current Galaxy Note 7 devices for a replacement unit. Unless, you looking to conduct a heists or something, and are in need of an explosive device. September 8 - US Federal Aviation Administration advises passengers to not turn on or charge Note 7 smartphones aboard aircraft or stow them in plane cargo.

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Half-headed Florida man tried to burn down house

An arrest affidavit says the fire was deliberately set, "posing an immediate threat to the lives and safety of the occupants". It's not yet clear why he set the mattress alight. Rodriguez made a preliminary court appearance on Tuesday where a judge ordered him to pay a $20,000 bond to be released from custody. Infamous: Rodriguez became famous after his photos circulated online in 2010.

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Future versions of Facebook Messenger will come with a Data Saver mode

The biggest measure, which Messenger hopes to take with Data Saver, is to prevent automatic download of media when connected to cellular data. But when the user switches on this feature, they have to tap-to-select each individual photograph and video they wish to view.

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Justin Bieber moves to London... 10:50AM

Bieber is one of the biggest selling artists of the 21st century, but he has had several run-ins with the law. The singer - who is in the United Kingdom for his Purpose World Tour - donned a bib to join in with the senior football team at Highgate School.

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DiCaprio says he's cooperating with DOJ in Malaysian scandal

The Hollywood star contacted the US Justice Department in July just after it filed a lawsuit to seize more than US$1 billion in allegedly ill-gotten assets tied to Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, including rights to the film, DiCaprio's spokesperson said.

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How You Can Help Preserve the Iconic 'Wizard of Oz' Ruby Slippers

In order to restore the shoes, conservators and scientists will study the shoes to see how the materials have changed and the effects of light, humidity and temperature so a new display case can be created to preserve them longer. Now the red shoes are fading, and some of the threads holding the once-glittering sequins have broken. Try telling that to Richard Barden , the head of conservation at the museum who will work on conserving the slippers if the Kickstarter is successful.

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Frontier Communications Corp. (FTR) stock down despite upgrade at Zacks Investment Research

Hexavest Inc. bought a new stake in shares of Frontier Communications Corp. during the second quarter worth approximately $34,473,000. Geode Capital Management LLC increased its position in Frontier Communications Corp.by 3.2% in the first quarter.

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Naked Hillary Clinton Statue Placed in Manhattan's Bowling Green

A "statue" of Hillary Clinton in New York City was the center of a little brawl this morning. Hey! Remember those naked statues of Donald Trump that became sensations of mockery a few months ago? One woman apparently decided that destroying the statue was the best way to protect Hillary Clinton's dignity, much to the dismay of a young bystander who seems to have liked the statue just the way it was.

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Intel tops 3Q forecast but shares fall on sales outlook

As of now, Intel Corporation has a P/S value of 3.13, measuring P/B at 2.89. He said Intel's deal with Apple to include its chips in some iPhone 7s was not large or profitable enough to have a meaningful effect in the near term. On average, equities research analysts forecast that Intel Corp. will post $2.58 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Thursday, November 3rd.

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Wallops Island rocket launch delayed to Monday

That mission failed when the rocket exploded seconds after liftoff. The private company is under a lot of pressure since this is their first launch in two years after their rocket failed catastrophically, and the vehicle and payload were destroyed causing $15 million in damage.

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European space lander to begin descent to Mars

The lander will have below six minutes to reduce its 21,000km/h entry speed to zero to make a soft touchdown on Mars' surface on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Called the Trace Gas Orbiter ( TGO ), it will make a detailed inventory of Mars' atmospheric gases from space .

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Sony To Bring At Least 5 PlayStation Games Onto iOS & Android

Sony's gaming arm, ForwardWorks was formed earlier this year with an objective of leveraging the intellectual property of PlayStation dedicated software titles and bringing it to smartphones. The report also states that the handful (or more) games in the works for Sony's next fiscal year will be targeted to Japan and other parts of Asia.

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A facelift for the moon every 81000 years

The moon may not be as intriguing as Mars or mysterious as Jupiter's moon Europa, but it has played a key role in our understanding of the age of rocky worlds like Earth. The team also observed 47,000 more subtle surface changes-markings that form when a meteorite punches out a crater and sends a wave of molten rock shooting across the surface at high speeds.

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Huawei added to the Honor series: Launched Honor 8

Huawei Honor 8 was launched in India. The Honor Holly 3 , on the other hand, is an India specific device that comes with somewhat similar characteristics. If you inspect Honor 8, the specification segment of the model is enhanced with features like 5.2-inch Full HD display (1080 x 1920 pixels resolution), company's own HiSilicon Kirin 950 processor (Cortex-A72 4 x 2.3GHz + ARM Cortex-A53 4 x 1.8GHz, Mali-T880), 4GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 8 megapixel front and 12 mp real camera.

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State elections officials aren't changing absentee ballot rules

Changes in voter identification laws, candidate-specific enthusiasm (or lack thereof) and even the weather can affect who turns out to vote. Also on the ballot are local measures and 17 statewide propositions on issues ranging from legalizing marijuana, banning the sale of large-capacity ammunition magazines and ending the death penalty.

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Blue Bell recalls all ice creams with suspect cookie dough

The decision made headlines, as it came only months after Blue Bell resumed full shipments of their ice creams after shutting down production previous year. Listeria is a bacteria that can cause potentially serious illness called Listeriosis - especially in pregnant women, who are 10 times more likely to be infected .

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Poll Shows Trump, Clinton Tied In Dark Red Utah

However, Utah GOP Chairman James Evans said Monday that he still plans to vote for Trump and hopes Republicans will do the same, according to the Desert News . If prominent Mormon Republicans, starting with Romney, begin endorsing him, that'll change quickly. It appears those who have left Trump have largely have migrated to McMullin, a Provo-born former Republican congressional staffer who has headquartered his independent, anti-Trump bid in Utah.

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Clinton proposes tax relief for families with young kids

One way or another, tax proposals by whoever becomes president will affect most Americans. "But you're more important than my being a beneficiary, so we're going to straighten it out and make it fair for everybody". The center seeks to provide independent analysis. "Federal income taxes?" Bash said. But a whole range of new spending promised by Clinton on the campaign trail would likely make the savings a wash and result in the current status quo, which has debt levels as a percentage of the ...

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A better performance from Donald Trump, but it might not be enough

Hillary: "If this were just about one video, maybe what he's saying tonight would be understandable, but everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in video or on the stage respects women". Clinton vs. Trump: Ugliest debate ever? There is a crucial difference between ordinary citizens saying that Clinton should be jailed for her private email server and hearing those same words from the politician who stands to gain the most from that happening.

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AT&T might permanently drop Galaxy Note 7 sales

The report, citing an unidentified source familiar with the matter, said that now the returns of the Galaxy Note 7 handsets are being processed by AT&T, which will issue alternative smartphones in place of the potentially- explosive devices.

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Paul Ryan to Stop Defending Trump, Focus on House Majority

One person involved in the call says Ryan has not withdrawn his support for Trump, but has said he won't defend him, either. "Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee", he said.

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Tesla, SolarCity shares rise as merger looms

The most likely announcement would be something relating to the company's driverless vehicle efforts - perhaps new software or sensors. Musk: I have a - I'm going to do another Tesla event, maybe by the end of the year, to talk more about that.

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Google readies new phones, gadgets

Another big rival, Apple, has built its own services, such as online maps and its own Siri personal assistant, to replace Google's apps on the iPhone. 4, 2016, the search giant will ramp up its consumer electronics strategy with expected announcements of new gadgets including new smartphones and an internet-connected personal-assistant for the home similar to Amazon's Echo speaker.

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Harvard dining hall workers strike for better pay, health care

Picketers chanted and marched with the hopes of securing sustainable annual income and affordable health coverage. The dispute could easily be seen as a showdown between the 1 percent and low-paid service workers: Harvard's $35.7 billion endowment is bigger than the economies of almost 100 countries, while the striking union members are among millions of Americans struggling in a era of growing income inequality.

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Netflix Announces Marvel's Iron Fist Premiere Date; Shares First Photo

Lincoln and Dominic Patten "laid at the feet of the popularity of "Marvel's Luke Cage " this weekend". The time has come for Danny Rand's homecoming when "Marvel's Iron Fist" premieres exclusively on Netflix on March 17! On the heels of the release of " Luke Cage ", Netflix is back at it with the debut date for another new Marvel series, " Iron Fist ".