• Al Franken Is Worried About Pokemon Go
Al Franken Is Worried About Pokemon Go

The augmented reality (AR) app, which uses GPS-tracking and technology that superimposes a digital facade on the real world, is sending players out into their cities to capture Pokemon characters. In addition to catching Pokemon , users can catch eggs that eventually hatch into Pokemons, or partake in "gym" battles , all reminiscent of the or...

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  • Renault Megane Sedan (all-new Fluence) revealed
Renault Megane Sedan (all-new Fluence) revealed

As revealed in leaked owner's manual images last month, the Megane sedan complements the existing hatch and wagon variants in the Megane range and Renault says it's "equipped with features from the segment above". Five engines will be available, depending on the market. The gasoline range comprises of a naturally aspirated SCe 115 available with ...

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  • Dark Souls 3 DLC Will Bring New Enemies, Weapons, and More
Dark Souls 3 DLC Will Bring New Enemies, Weapons, and More

The first is scheduled for release in autumn of 2016, and the second is scheduled for early 2017. Back in 2009, the gaming world was rocked by the arrival of a incredibly hard, overly obtuse and addictive;y engrossing RPG called Demon's Souls .

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  • Bernie supporters conflicted with Clinton endorsement
Bernie supporters conflicted with Clinton endorsement

Sanders convention delegate Diane Russell added "I think when we saw Hillary Clinton's speech that's where the real magic was because you could actually hear Bernie's words coming out of her mouth". Others anxious Sanders' endorsement of Clinton sends the wrong message that the progressive movement he led is over. "By him endorsing Hillary, it ca...

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  • Pokemon Sun and Moon's Latest Pokemon is the Biggest Pikachu Fan Ever
Pokemon Sun and Moon's Latest Pokemon is the Biggest Pikachu Fan Ever

According to the magazine, Kiteruguma is an incredibly strong but friendly Pokemon . Although nothing much is known about " Pokemon Sun and Moon " Salandit, it is safe to say that it is going to be making waves in the competitive community given its impressive ability.

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  • Honda develops hybrid motor without key rare-earth metals
Honda develops hybrid motor without key rare-earth metals

At the heart of Honda's new motor are magnets which are developed by Daido Steel Corporation. Hybrid vehicles combine a petrol engine and electric motor have become increasingly popular in many developed countries, but sourcing a steady supply of rare earth elements such as dysprosium and terbium has been a challenge.

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  • New Zealand Store Owner Defeats Armed Robber By Totally Ignoring Him
New Zealand Store Owner Defeats Armed Robber By Totally Ignoring Him

Said Ahmed said he made a decision to call the bluff of a robber wearing a black hoodie and face mask who burst into the Egyptian Kebab House in Christchurch late in the evening. Mr Ahmed finished the order and handed it to the customer, who, understandably, wasn't long getting out of there. Said Ahmed is captured on CCTV serving a customer while...

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  • Project Scorpio: Next Console From Microsoft Will Feature Xbox One Trade-In Program
Project Scorpio: Next Console From Microsoft Will Feature Xbox One Trade-In Program

Microsoft's newly revealed Xbox One S console at the E3 last month is already being prepped for the upcoming release of Project Scorpio. In an interview with The Daily Star , general manager at Xbox Services Dave McCarthy assured fans that the next generation console would not be very hard to acquire.

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  • Unique Frankenstein galaxy discovered
Unique Frankenstein galaxy discovered

According to a report in Space by Mike Wall, "UGC 1382, which lies about 250 million light-years from Earth, had always been regarded as an old, small and ordinary elliptical galaxy ". Galaxy UGC 1382 in optical (pane 1) ultraviolet (pane 2) and ultraviolet and radio (pane 3) views. They dubbed it a Frankenstein galaxy, where the inside and outs...

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  • Fadnavis orders probe into preacher Naik's speeches, writings
Fadnavis orders probe into preacher Naik's speeches, writings

Media reports after the cafe attack in Dhaka say one of the five slain terrorists, who holed up overnight at Holey Artisan Bakery on July 1 and killed 20 civilians, was a follower of Naik on Facebook. Controversial Mumbai-based Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Sunday got support from Kerala's Indian Union Muslim League, which claimed he had always ...

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  • Bombing at market near Baghdad kills seven
Bombing at market near Baghdad kills seven

He said the new troops were "ready to come" and it would be a matter of "days and weeks, not months". US forces have already visited Qayara to check on its condition, and advisors can offer specialised engineering support in Mosul, US officials said.

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  • China Sea Arbitration Award
China Sea Arbitration Award

Speaking at a Washington think tank, Cui Tiankai said, "China has to stand up to" the coercion it sees in the presence of American and other military vessels transiting near its claimed reefs in the South China Sea. While the findings can not reverse China's actions, it still constitutes a rebuke, carrying with it the force of the worldwide commu...

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  • Gov. Scott tries to rally federal support to help with algae
Gov. Scott tries to rally federal support to help with algae

The science is there, yet those we elect to represent us don't give a flying fig. Some legislators, however, and farm businesses, say that buying sugar lands and increasing water flows to the south of Lake Okeechobee aren't the answer. Lee County has set up a website for anyone heading to the sand. Dennis Hanisak , a scientist with FAU-Har...

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  • China Sea to be resolved peacefully: Bishop
China Sea to be resolved peacefully: Bishop

The statement said that the tribunal has disregarded the fact that the essence of the subject matter of the arbitration erroneously interprets the common choice of means of dispute settlement already made jointly by China and the Philippines; erroneously construes the legal effect of the relevant commitment in the DOC; deliberately circumvents th...

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  • Minister George flashes caste card to wriggle out of controversy
Minister George flashes caste card to wriggle out of controversy

Amidst Statewide protest by Opposition BJP and other parties, Siddaramaiah handed over the case to CID for an investigation. The Siddaramaiah government in Karnataka is facing its biggest crisis since it came to power in 2013, as the BJP and the Janata Dal (S) staged dharnas in the Legislative Assembly and the Council demanding the resignation of...

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  • Pokemon Go iOS update patches its biggest security flaw
Pokemon Go iOS update patches its biggest security flaw

You will see a big blue button that says remove and, if you click on that, you will turn off Pokemon's access to all parts of your account but should not have any impact on your ability to play the game. Pokemon Go , Niantic's augmented reality game where you catch Pokemon in real world locations using your smartphone camera, has taken...

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  • Woman tells cops her eyes were closed praying before crash
Woman tells cops her eyes were closed praying before crash

The 28-year-old must have been worshipping deeply when the incident happened - she reportedly ran a stop sign and drove through an intersection before smashing into the house. Considering she seems to believe it is safe to pray and close your eyes while driving, she doesn't appear qualified to keep her driver's license; however, as always in Florid...

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  • China rejects South China Sea ruling
China rejects South China Sea ruling

In a statement, the foreign ministry said that China "solemnly declares that the award is null and void and has no binding force". The case was decided by the arbitration tribunal under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), which both China and the Philippines have signed.

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  • Moon 'photobombs' Earth again in new NASA image!
Moon 'photobombs' Earth again in new NASA image!

It is in an orbit about 1 million miles from Earth (the moon is only 238,900 miles away). NASA's Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite captures the Moon's photobomb of Earth. This orbit intersects the lunar orbit about four times a year. EPIC takes a series of 10 images using different narrowband spectral filters - from ultraviolet to near...

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  • Samsung Gear VR 2 tipped for Galaxy Note 7 launch
Samsung Gear VR 2 tipped for Galaxy Note 7 launch

Samsung reported that its April-June quarter profit was heading towards $7bn (8.1 trillion won), ahead of analyst expectations. Especially the mobile business division that suffered sluggish sales over the past year is expected to have increased operating profits to some 4.5 trillion won, the best profits in two years.

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