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MacBook Pro: 6 Reasons to Buy, 4 Reasons Not To

However, the public is advised to take these early rumors with a grain of salt until Apple releases an official announcement. Called ESCapey, it's dryly described on GitHub as "an ESC key solution for new Apple [l] aptops". It can also act as a port for a power adapter to charge the laptop. There's also a traditional headphone jack. . This also has made users visibly upset.

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Sony PS4 Pro arrives in Australia

What makes the PS4 Pro such a good buy is that it already comes ready for 4K HDR right out of the box. This is possible because on the inside the PS4 Pro has got a significant upgrade to its hardware. For one it doesn't feature a 4K Blu-ray drive, which is silly since Sony owns the format. While Microsoft confirmed that their 4K console codenamed Project Scorpio will be priced much higher at $600 when it launches next year, Sony is hesitant to take the big leap.

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Veterans honored at Oakland high schools

This is just part of the Fairfield High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit's participation in Veterans Day. The Bossier Council on Aging presents a "Celebration of Veteran's", Friday, November 11, 2016 at 706 Bearkat Drive, across from Bossier High School, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

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Mixed Emotions for Wade's Miami Return

Dwyane Wade opted to do the unthinkable and cash-in with the Chicago Bulls in free agency, leaving behind an impressive legacy in Miami . Assuming the mood in the building for Wade's first game back in Miami is overwhelmingly positive, will it be emotional? "I'm going to go sleep in my bed for about three hours, " Wade said .

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Raiders run past Broncos 30-20 for AFC West lead

Oakland's defense, which came in allowing 410.4 yards per game, held Denver to 299 yards and delivered a key moment midway through the fourth quarter. And it was the Raiders who were more poised than the Broncos , who committed 12 penalties - many that helped extend Oakland drives. For now, Trevor Siemian just isn't good enough.

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Tesla to end free use of supercharging stations

Tesla has said in the past that Superchargers were meant to be used more during longer trips, instead of as a daily charging solution. Current owners will be able to charge their cars as much as they want for no added cost (for now, at least).

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We don't operate on innuendo — Obama on Federal Bureau of Investigation

I agree with former attorney general Eric Holder that Comey's a good man who made a big mistake. He's a man of principle. 'Time to get in the haz mat suits, ' was the subject line of a message Palmieri sent to now-campaign chair John Podesta and longtime Clinton advisor Neera Tanden, who were both also at CAP.

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Amazon's Echo is making its first moves into the office

The new $130 digital home assistant and speaker from Google, and rival to Amazon's Echo , can tell me the time , the weather, and how fast it will take to get to work, but when it stumbles it's often spectacular. The big problem with voice control-one that will likely persist for all of us who didn't grow up with it-is that basic question: What can I say? I casually mentioned the Home's impending arrival to my wife last night while watching what ended up being a marathon 10-inning Game 7 ...

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Nintendo Releases New Details About Upcoming Console, Codenamed NX

As the site points out, Nintendo didn't specifically rule out digital versions of Wii U and 3DS games being made available for download. Nintendo has announced a new gaming system that combines a portable handheld device with a dock to use at home.

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Elizabeth Warren Rallies 'Nasty Women' To Vote For Clinton

Elizabeth Warren , wave as they arrive at a rally at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH. "Now they and many others around the country are arguing that Trump embodies everything they say the Republican Party gets wrong with women". With the breeze at her back, Clinton, a former secretary of state, kicked off her remarks with a passionate plea for candidates down the ballot.

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Hillary Clinton campaign under fire over WikiLeaks emails mocking Catholics

WikiLeaks on Thursday released almost 2,000 emails it says hacked from the campaign of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, bringing the total number of the hacked emails released in the past week to roughly 9,000. "Russian interference in this election and their apparent attempt to influence it on behalf of Mr. Trump is, I think, of - should be of utmost concern to all Americans", Podesta told reporters from the Clinton campaign plane.

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Google Has Added A Trivia Game Show To Assistant

The phones have the same sleek look as the iPhone but will appeal to Android loyalists and those who are still having trouble getting to grips with the fact there's no traditional headphone jack on the iPhone 7. "But, the hardware design is great, I think this is what Google was really trying to do here", she said. For shame Google, for shame. Do note that setting up requires a fast Internet connection as Google Play Store will start downloading all the apps once again, after it has ...

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Trump says sexual assault allegations are "orchestrated by the Clintons"

Trump said that the Times did not check out the stories of the women. He called them "pure fiction and outright lies". The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to requests from the Guardian for comment on numerous new allegations.

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Honda CR-V: Now with Turbo Power!

The new CR-V also offer more interior room, courtesy a wheelbase that's 1.6-inches longer than its predecessor, and improved packaging. The base CR-V LX is fitted with a 184-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder, essentially carried over from the 2016 model.

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Kellyanne Conway to GOP Leaders: 'Enough of the Pussyfooting Around'

Conway replied that Clinton's health was "an issue" in the first debate, before Stephanopoulos fired back with, " In the second debate Mr. Trump said she always gets right back up ". She, s like the magic 46. "She's ahead of your candidate though", Cooper interrupted her. "Your candidate is below 40 percent", he reminded her. Another moment from Conway's MSNBC interview that the media has seized upon was when she said that she was "with the [Trump] campaign until the bitter end, ...

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In debate, Trump signals aggressive close to his campaign

A new poll shows Hillary Clinton surging to a 9-point lead over Donald Trump in Ohio. "There are so many of them, folks", Trump told a rally in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. "With her , it's all talk and no action", Trump said . "He was a predator". Clinton, for her part, was questioned about her use of a private email server while secretary of state, an issue that prompted investigators to conclude she had put some top secret material at risk, although federal prosecution was not ...

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Samsung Note 7 smartphone recall portends Android turf war

Samsung must now deal with receiving back more than 1.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones, both the original ones and those issued as replacements. The company, which permanently halted production of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone on Tuesday, said it was also scheduling appointments with Note 7 users to pick-up the affected device.

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Ravens fire offensive coordinator Marc Trestman

And so, it was time for a change. "It used to be the deep ball that we saw from Joe Flacco", Dungy said. The Ravens overwhelmed the young signal-caller and won handily, 19-3. "As a coach, you have to assess that and make that call". Mornhinweg also has head coaching experience with the Lions from 2001-02. "My obligations are to the team, the organisation and the fans to be the very best team we can be".

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Warren Buffett responds to Donald Trump's tax comments

The Tax Foundation has some interesting predictions (PDF) about what would happen if we tax carried interest as ordinary income. Currently, carried interest for investment fund managers is subject to the 20 percent capital gains rate, which is lower.

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Tesla (TSLA) Surprise Product Probably Not New Vehicle or Model

Sign up to our daily newsletter for up to date global news and features. The carmaker will report Q3 earnings at the end of October, and unless Tesla expects a massive reversal of previous quarters, a loss is likely. Elon Musk: what's he up to now? Besides Tesla's promised next-generation energy storage products, there are two pending events management has previously said it would hold in the near future: a "part 2" demonstration of its Model 3, and a more advanced version of Autopilot.

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Texas A&M edges Tennessee in double-overtime thriller

The Vols sliced 65 yards in six plays, and another Kamara (a Christian McCaffrey-like 127 rushing yards, 161 receiving yards and three total touchdowns) rush again pulled the score within seven with 2:07 remaining. Dobbs completed 28-of-47 passes for 398 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions. NOTES: Texas A&M won a Top 10 home matchup for the first time since 1975.

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Microsoft Announces October 26th Event, Surface Keyboard & Mouse Expected

The company is also expected to introduce two new keyboards and two different Surface Mouse along with Surface AIO. This month's event is about the next chapter in the Windows 10 story, and so it's more Windows-focused than Surface-focused.

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Fans line up to get free coffee from 'Luke's Diner' in Nashville

Everything in my life has something to do with coffee. (And yes, I'll probably be watching). UK English senior Nathan Petrie said it was a great way to promote local coffee shops. "We were quite happy today because it was fun", he said. "And I think people just really connect with the show". Jannel Varona, a shift leader at the shop, said the store had about 300 customers by 9:30 a.m.

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Paris climate pact set to enter force after EU greenlight

Countries hope to limit global warming to under 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit), compared to pre-industrial temperatures. It was reached by almost 200 nations almost one year ago and could help guide a radical shift of the world economy away from fossil fuels.

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Chevrolet's Fuel Cell-Powered Colorado ZH2 is Built For Serious Army Action

The truck is heavily reinforced and rides on massive 37-inch tires which, combined with its heavy-duty suspension, lets it roll over all kinds of terrain easily. Once testing commences for the ZH2, the army will need to evaluate the vehicle's near-silent operation capability, reduced acoustic and thermal signatures, the high-wheel torque at all speeds via its electric drive and its low fuel consumption across its operating range.

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Is this the first case of an 'exploding' iPhone 7?

There's finally some good news for Samsung amid the whole Galaxy Note 7 exploding batteries fiasco. Replacement Galaxy Note7 smartphones are safe, Samsung said in attempting to reassure customers this week after reports that consumers in South Korea , China and the US said the replacement devices were running too hot.

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South Korea to widen Takata air bag recall by 110000 vehicles

The recalled air bags use ammonium nitrate as a propellant in the inflaters, a chemical that can destabilize after prolonged exposure to moisture and heat, which can cause them to explode, spraying shrapnel in vehicle cabins. Takata is now required to regularly submit results from testing as part of its consent order obligations - the defective airbags produced by the company have so far been linked to 15 fatalities and more than 100 critical injuries in the USA alone.

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Baby born with DNA from 3 people, first from new technique

She must be female, because mitochondria are only ever passed on through the mother - that is, through the egg involved in pregnancy. That's because not all your DNA is in the nucleus of the cell. Defending his decision, he said: "To save lives is the ethical thing to do". But a similar technique is approved in the United Kingdom. "Right now it's just, 'We have done it.' It's a claim", says Dieter Egli, a stem cell biologist at Columbia University.

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Syria conflict: 2 million left without water in Aleppo

The group says that at least 18 people were killed in two neighborhoods . One rescue worker described what happened as "annihilation". Before the war, the city held almost 3 million people and was Syria's economic hub. "We want to see any signs which would prove that the coalition has influence on those who are on the ground facing the government", Lavrov said. Air raids are worse than before the ceasefire went into effect, the opposition says.

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Apple Ramps Up Plans for Amazon Echo Rival

Users would be able to control their smart-home appliances with their voice, and well as the standard range of smart assistant functionality like reading email and checking the weather forecast. Disclosure: Jeff Bezos is an investor in Business Insider through his personal investment company Bezos Expeditions. Besides serving as a controller for other smart-home devices, the speaker would theoretically be able to process numerous Siri commands available on the iPhone.