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Gary Kubiak's Broncos head coaching tenureā€¦

Just one season removed from leading the Denver Broncos to a Super Bowl 50 win, head coach Gary Kubiak is likely to step down following Sunday's game, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter . It's nearly impossible to look back on the team's history without seeing Kubiak, who spent his playing career backing up Elway and was the team's offensive coordinator for their previous two Super Bowl championship teams.

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Samsung Launches Voice Controlled Robot Vacuum

Samsung unveiled a new robot vacuum cleaner that can be controlled with voice via the Amazon Echo's Alexa digital assistant. Samsung Electronics President of home equipment Byung-Sam search engine optimization said in a statement further added that the POWERbot VR7000 continues up with the ground care desires of modern busy families.

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Google Play Store has two apps on sale for a penny each

Instagram, which Facebook bought for $1 billion in 2012, was 2016's eighth most popular app, with 74 million average monthly users. Meanwhile, among the top 10 smartphone apps, those with the highest year-over-year change were Amazon App and Instagram - with 43% and 36% growth in users from 2015, respectively.

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Amazon Echo device may contain information to solve murder

You have an expectation of privacy in your home, and I have a big problem that law enforcement can use the technology that advances our quality of life against us. The Amazon Echo is a voice activated smart assistant. " Amazon will not release customer information without a valid and binding legal demand properly served on us".

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Sam Allardyce says Crystal Palace 'must stop conceding goals'

And, after three days in situ and two training sessions under his belt, he can at least argue he has succeeded in his primary aim. 'He's disappointed enough missing it. If they are refereeing on reputation and not fact or incident, that's a black mark against them. "There's contact. It wasn't given". Gomes, though, redeemed himself, getting down to save Benteke's soft penalty which was the Belgian international's second miss from the spot this term.

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Star Wars star Carrie Fisher suffers massive heart attack on global flight

The incident occurred about 15 minutes before landing. CPR was already being performed when the ambulance arrived, a spokesman for the fire department says. Fisher's Star Wars co-star, who played her twin brother Luke Skywalker, tweeted his best wishes, along with a host of other actors, musicians and presenters.

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There's A Massive Iron Snake In The Middle Of The Earth

However, new data from the Swarm satellites has shown that these changes are actually caused by a jet stream moving at more than 40 kilometres per year. But, it is three times faster than other regions of the external core of the earth and hundreds of thousands of times speedier than the tectonic plates of the Earth.

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LG's Stylo 3 Won't Make You Forget the Note 7

LG didn't announcing pricing or availability for its new phones, but we do have a better idea of what kind of specs these devices will feature when they make their CES debut. It's also powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor, and has the exact same amount of RAM and internal storage. Finally, the K3 has a 4.5-inch screen and a 5MP rear camera.

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Dead orca found floating off Sunshine Coast

He was the fourth member of J-pod to die this year, according to the group, which has repeatedly raised concerns that the cetaceans aren't getting enough salmon. A dead orca, identified as a member of an endangered population, was pulled ashore in Sechelt's Selma Park Wednesday after it was located floating in the water nearby.

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Blackberry posted an unexpected profit and the stock is popping

Along with its QNX automotive business, BlackBerry is allocating significant resources to pursuing the IoT as a core market. BlackBerry's pivot toward autonomous driving comes after the company announced it would stop directly manufacturing smartphones and would instead license its technology to third-party manufacturers.

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Zuckerberg delivers on promise to build Iron Man's AI butler

His side project resulted in the creation of smart software that could control his home's lighting, climate control systems, appliances, music, security, and even entertain his daughter Max. He had to tell the system four times to turn the lights off before it got dark. While this video is meant to be a light-hearted summary of what Jarvis can do, it is a real program that Zuckerberg has built and you can see a real live demo here.

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Shooting at Islamic Centre in Zurich leaves three injured

Zurich police confirmed some people had been hurt in the vicinity of the centre, but gave no more details. Zurich police say they are investigating if the body has any connection to the mosque attack. However, the nation has been wrestling with the role of Islam, as its Muslim population has risen to 5 per cent with the arrival of immigrants from former Yugoslavia.

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Don't download those 'Super Mario Run' knockoffs for Android

This method works because of how Apple handles in-app purchases on iOS. But, we won't know how successful until Nintendo tells us directly at its next shareholders' meeting. Keeping a game internet-dependent will prevent hackers to cheat their way for certain bonuses or in-game credits. If the above fix did not solve the issue, try uninstalling the game from your iOS device and installing it back.

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Fort Scott Wreaths Across America

Once a wreath was placed on a headstone, the veteran's name was said aloud to remember them. Chris Buckley will have a story on KOLO 8 News Now this evening. We came back to place a wreath on his grave. "I have others who just do it for the community service and they ask 'What can we do for them?'" More than 500 wreaths are expected to be laid.

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San Antonio's top Google searches for 2016

For better or worse, 2016 was a memorable year, the remnants of which you can reflect on with Google's annual list of the year's most popular searches across the globe, released today. The most asked about movie for 2016 was "Sausage Party" the raunchy animated film that was not meant for children, followed by "The Conjuring 2", a horror flick about two paranormal investigators who head to North London to help a mother whose daughter shows signs of demonic possession.

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20-year-old woman raped in vehicle in Delhi

She managed to escape from there and informed the police. The 20-year-old Noida resident came to Delhi in search of a job was reportedly raped by a cab driver when she was waiting for public transport near AIIMS around 11pm on Thursday. Police later arrested the accused identified as Avneesh (28) and registered a case under IPC Section 376 (rape). The accused driver had fled from the spot after leaving the vehicle.

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Clinton says Putin's 'personal beef' with her prompted election hacks

Obama argued that once his administration had "clarity and certainty about what in fact had happened, we publicly announced that Russian Federation had hacked into the DNC" during the campaign - making sure the public was informed of Russia's culpability before the election.

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Twitch Announces Mobile Broadcasting, Vlog and Community Tools

Twitch has launched a brand new " IRL " (In Real Life) category to encourage streamers to share content relating to their everyday lives. Twitch , which is owned by Amazon, said the category came about following feedback from its creator communities, who wanted more ways to interact with viewers outside of gameplay videos.

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Charleston gunman found guilty

Nikki Haley (R), President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpDem senator: Declassify election interference intel ASAP Make America's workforce great again by revamping education DHS responds to hacking accusations from Georgia MORE's pick for United Nations ambassador, said justice had been served Thursday after Dylann Roof was found guilty of murdering nine people at a historically black church in Charleston in 2015.

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Corpus Christi halts tap water use due to suspected chemical leak

The release said a "recent back-flow incident" in the industrial district possibly caused the contamination, but it did not name the industry. "This is just the beginning of what we are doing to help our residents or citizens", city spokeswoman Kim Womack said at an event to update the public on the contamination incident, which led to the city's warning on Wednesday about using tap water and prompted the closure of at least some city schools and a rush on bottled water at local stores.

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Ben Affleck's Batman movie confirmed to release in 2018

The Oscar victor told NYT journalist that, "She's the greatest mom in the world". " I respect all of those [Batman] movies ", he said. " Christopher Nolan did an incredible job, Christian Bale did an incredible job, Tim Burton did an incredible job.

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Xbox One now supports 300 backwards compatible games

It also means that you'll be able to use different applications, like VLC, to access your Dropbox files on Xbox, as well as upload files to Dropbox from USB sticks or other universal Windows apps. The new app offers most of the features you would find in Dropbox on other platforms, including the ability to upload, comment on and share files.

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Modern Warfare Remastered gets microtransactions and supply drops

With the update , which was released on Tuesday, Dec. 13, " Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered" fans get a bunch of new characters, including female fighters. To get your hands on the new items you'll either craft them using the Modern Warfare Remastered's Parts currency, or earn them through supply drops or grinding.

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Adobe Flash Player 24.0.0.186 Released, Users Recommended to Update ASAP

But they assured that the users will remain in control and still be able to choose to run Flash for the site they visit. For sites that already have a HTML5 option, Flash will not load at all and the browser will provide a "clean HTML5" experience.

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IBM goes to Trump Tower pledging 25000 United States hires

Rometty further said: "Jobs are being created that demand new skills - which in turn requires new approaches to education, training and recruiting". The panel also includes Facebook Inc's (NASDAQ: FB ) Sheryl Sandberg, Alphabet Inc's (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL ) Larry Page and Eric Schmidt, and Amazon.com, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AMZN ) Jeff Bezos, reports Bloomberg .