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  • Nintendo created a Zelda Maker to develop Breath of the Wild

    Nintendo created a Zelda Maker to develop Breath of the Wild

    Be wary, there are potential spoilers ahead. Many early Zelda players using the Switch complained about similar slowdown when playing the game, but less so when used in handheld mode . The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the series' biggest, most technically-impressive entry yet. Just from the videos, it also looks like we'll be seeing some races we hadn't for awhile, the one I'm most excited about are the Gerudo who haven't been in a Zelda game (not counting the main ...

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  • Man Charged in Shooting That Targeted Foreigners: 'Get Out of My Country'

    Man Charged in Shooting That Targeted Foreigners: 'Get Out of My Country'

    Purinton, who was arrested without an incident, was a Navy veteran, the Kansas City Star reported . He said in the past year, Purinton bounced from one menial job to the next and was sometimes drunk by mid-morning. Kuchibhotla was killed. Madasani is reportedly in critical condition. Both were in the country legally. Reacting to teh news, ex-Indian Ambassador to United States, N Chandra, told ANI, "Definitely hate crime ".

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  • Smith defies India, Aussies lead by 298 on day 2

    Smith defies India, Aussies lead by 298 on day 2

    Cape Town - Former Australia skipper Allan Border has slammed the decision by opener Matt Renshaw to retire ill during the first day of the first Test against India . Australia's left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe dispatched six Indian batsmen in just 24 balls after lunch as the hosts collapsed to 105 all out in the opening Test in Pune Friday.

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  • Instagram Now Lets You Post Galleries Of Photos And Videos

    Instagram Now Lets You Post Galleries Of Photos And Videos

    An album post will be marked with a new icon that looks like a stack of photos when it shows up on your profile page. One downside of the new feature is that posts are limited to square ratio images and videos. Instagram's new photo albums are going to dramatically increase the amount of time people spend in Instagram . Prior to publish, you will be given an option to rearrange or reorder photos and videos.

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  • Do You Live in A Verizon 5G Testing City? Find Out Here

    Samsung and Verizon 5G customer trials will begin in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Texas and Washington, D.C., with a fifth location in MI starting trials later in Q2 2017. Also, as Cheng wrote, there is no set specification for 5G available, so Verizon could be hoping to impact how that specification continues to develop.

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  • Oil prices rise as OPEC output-cut tightens supplies

    The fresh support to oil prices was driven by the massive decline in Saudi production, as its oil shipments declined to 8.014 million barrels a day in December, compared to 8.258 million bpd in November. Presidents' Day holiday. Kent Moors predicts oil prices could head up to 20% higher in the first half of the year. In BofA's view, USA shale oil producers will come out ahead and deliver outsized market share gains by 2022.

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  • Monopoly is ditching the thimble, a token of the past

    Monopoly is ditching the thimble, a token of the past

    The current eight: Scottie dog, top hat, racecar, thimble, boot, wheelbarrow, battleship and cat. In 2013, Hasbro ditched an iron in favor of the cat after a similar online vote. The new tokens will be gold colored, CNN reported . Fans of the board game took to Twitter to mourn the loss, many using the hashtag #SaveTheThimble.

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  • Emotional Adele made Beyonce cry

    After an emotional speech, she expressed that Beyoncé's album, Lemonade , should have won Album of the Year. And I was awarded that - I found out shortly after - which was the biggest blessing of my life. What could have been viewed as a Grammy Awards upset actually turned out to be a super-sweet tribute from one unbelievable artist to another. At last year's show, the British singer had a hiccup after a microphone inside a piano fell onto the instrument's strings.

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  • Dolphins release defensive end Mario Williams

    Dolphins release defensive end Mario Williams

    He's going to be somewhere else, with the Dolphins trying to clear up salary cap space (Albert has a cap hit of $10.7 million, and designating him a post-June 1 cut would free up almost $9 million, or $7.2 million regardless). 1 cornerback Jalen Ramsey and No. 3 Aaron Colvin under contract. Williams made the Pro Bowl twice with Houston and then twice more after being signed by the Buffalo Bills for the second act of his career.

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  • India Sets Record With 104 Satellites In Single Launch

    With satellites becoming easier and cheaper to launch, though, some involved in the space program are anxious about a potential increase in space debris. 96 of the satellites belong to the US, and the smaller satellites belong to the US, Isreal, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Arab. ISRO noted that all the newly launched 104 satellites collectively weighed 1,377kg.

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  • Rapid brain growth in infancy may signal autism

    Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), researchers took brain scans at 6 months, 12 months and 24 months of children who were at high risk for autism because their older siblings had the disorder. It worked well. Using just three variables-brain surface area, brain volume, and gender (boys are more likely to have autism than girls)-the algorithm identified up eight out of 10 kids with autism.

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  • Gen 2 Pokemon Are Coming Later This Week

    Niantic Labs, maker of Pokémon Go, isn't owned by Nintendo: The game licenses the characters from The Pokémon Company, an entity that Nintendo only partially owns. A new trailer for Pokemon Go is also available and its been embedded above. Seeing Pokemon from Gold and Silver take to the wild is a welcome addition to what has been a sorely stagnating few months from the team behind the once viral app.

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  • Researchers release a big dataset to help crowdsource the search for exoplanets

    A separate website describes how to use the open source software program Systemic to search the data for possible planets. Another such instrument is the W.M. Scientists can then measure the precise intensity of thousands of color channels, or wavelengths, to determine characteristics of the starlight. HIRES can also be used to estimate a star's radial velocity .

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  • Verizon announces plan that provides unlimited data

    Verizon announces plan that provides unlimited data

    The deal will only last for a year, and you have to buy five lines in order for the per-line pricing to get that low. While five lines are advertised, purchasing one to four lines is allowed-and it doesn't matter if it's family members or friends as long as each person falls under one bill.

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  • The Tesla Model S P100D Just Smashed The 0-60mph Record

    But Tesla has, in 2.275507139 seconds'. The P100D was launched last fall, but the Motor Trend test was completed only recently. We must point out Motor Trend achieved the time in "Ludicrous Plus" Easter-egg mode, which provides maximum power and launch capability.

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  • Homemade Explosive Thrown Into Calif. Cheesecake Factory

    Authorities sought the public's help Friday in identifying a black-clad, bearded bomb thrower who terrorized diners when he tossed a homemade explosive device into a Cheesecake Factory restaurant in Pasadena . Local authorities notified federal agencies out of an abundance of caution, but don't know if the incident was meant to be an act of terrorism, the Star-News said.

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  • Dramatic Images and Video Show Lava Flow from Hawaiian Volcano

    Dramatic Images and Video Show Lava Flow from Hawaiian Volcano

    The U.S. Geological Survey said the hot lava meeting cold seawater produces the explosions, which at times launched debris more than twice the height of the ocean cliff where it came from. Although it does warn caution to visitors who want to get close to where the lava meets the sea. "During one exceptionally large burst, spatter was thrown about twice the height of the sea cliff", the society says.

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  • Apple Removing Apps Coming From Iran

    Apple allegedly removing apps originating from Iran, Iranian Digikala e-commerce apps removed from the Apps Store. There are approximately 40 million smartphone users Iran, with 15 percent of them using iPhones. In addition the average age of all those inhabitants is less than 30 years, everything a breeding ground for a market of mobile applications. "We encourage you to resubmit your application once global trade laws are revised to allow this functionality".

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  • 'Gears of War 4' makes cross-platform multiplayer official

    Microsoft announced they would bring together their PC and Xbox One gamers together to play collaboratively or competitively against each other online. Modern gamers have always been divided based on the platform of their choice, be it Xbox One, PC or PS4. Obviously, true cross-platform play was never something that was going to happen overnight, and to be fair; the idea is much easier said than done.

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