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Galaxy Note 8 – Battery life could be a REAL problem for fans of Samsung flagship

Samsung fans are getting more and more Galaxy Note 8 news as the upcoming release date draws near, with updates flooding in on the price and specs. However, there is one bit of news that has leaked which could suggest ...

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Travis Perkins woos the tech crowd with innovation backing

 Up to £200,000 each is available for those digital entrepreneurs coming up with the most viable solutions.  Those selected to complete the 11-week BreakThru accelerator initiative will get access to mentoring and pilot opportunities.  The move, a new step for ...

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SHOWDOWN IN FLORIDA Judge: 'Stand your ground' law unconstitutional

A judge in Florida ruled Monday that the state’s updated “stand your ground” law, which required prosecutors to disprove a defendant’s self-defense case at pretrial hearings, is unconstitutional, setting up a showdown that could make its way to the state’s ...

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ROADSIDE HORROR At least 10 hurt after driver plows into Boston crowd

At least 10 people — all believed to be taxi drivers — were hurt Monday after a taxi plowed into the crowd in East Boston, in a crash that investigators described as accidental. “Driver is cooperative,” a source at the ...

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ROADSIDE HORROR At least 10 hurt after driver plows into Boston crowd

At least 10 people — all believed to be taxi drivers — were hurt Monday after a taxi plowed into the crowd in East Boston, in a crash that investigators described as accidental. “Driver is cooperative,” a source at the ...

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PLAYMATES LOCKED UP Bunnies jailed in Mexico, ‘begged for food and water’

Three Playboy Playmates were detained by Mexican police officers on June 30 at a party for Playboy Music Fest in Merida, Mexico. Turkish model Elif Celik, American model Lauryn Elaine, and French model Marie Brethenoux were taken into custody because ...

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Government services shut down in Maine and NJ

Maine Gov. Paul LePage has declared a state of civil emergency in Maine in the absence of an approved biennial budget by the state Legislature. CNN.com – RSS Channel – US

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Boko Haram suspected in deadly Niger attack

Suspected Boko Haram fighters have killed at least nine people and abducted as many as 40 others in southeast Niger, according to local officials. The gunmen late on Sunday attacked a village in Kablewa town near the southeastern Niger city ...

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