• Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 banned on three Thai airlines' planes

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    Samsung has said replacement Note 7s will be available in some markets including South Korea and the United States from September 19. Samsung, increasingly squeezed by Apple's iPhone in the high-end market and Chinese rivals in the low-end segment, launched the Note 7 earlier than expected - ahead of the September 7 launch of the iPhone 7.
  • IPhone 7 Plus Benchmark Confirms 3GB of RAM

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    There's no huge visual overhaul with the iPhone 7, as was expected. The iPhone is available in five different colors, gold, rose gold, silver, black, and the new jet black. These cores ensure that the smartphones utilise their batteries in an efficient manner, and are used for low-power apps that run in the background.
  • Google shelves plan for phone with interchangeable parts

    Google shelves plan for phone with interchangeable parts

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    Reuters , citing a person with knowledge of the matter, said that the technology may still come to market through licensing agreements, but that Google would not release the device itself. Google has neither confirmed not denied the report. Bob O'Donnell, an analyst at TECHnalysis Research , told Reuters that the modular devices are hard to introduce to the market because of bulky parts that are expensive to product.
  • Super Mario Run Coming to iOS

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    Apple has announced the iPhone 7, revealing it sports water-resistance, a 12MP camera, stereo speakers and an extended battery life. According to Polygon , Nintendo confirmed that the delays are indeed related to Super Mario Run's impending holiday release.
  • Samsung: Galaxy Note 7 smartphones recalled after battery fires

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    Telstra said it was "talking Samsung to understand more about the reports and as a precaution, we have paused Galaxy Note 7 sales". The recall of the Note 7 is a blemish on Samsung's so far very successful 2016, and certainly takes some momentum away from the company at a time when it needs it the most.
  • Hillary Clinton Diagnosed With Pneumonia, Doctor Says

    Hillary Clinton Diagnosed With Pneumonia, Doctor Says

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    Clinton had a similar coughing fit on her plane that day and several times in past months, often prompting her to sip water and take a throat lozenge. "It's a attractive day in NY". But Clinton has long resisted allowing a group of reporters to follow her. Because of the force of the fall, I had double vision for a short period of time and I had some dizziness.
  • Nicholls St. vs. Georgia 2016 final score

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    If Georgia brings a similar level of performance to any of those games, we'll have a whole lot more angry Tweets to look forward to. (After the game, Smart said that the quarterback position battle is still ongoing at this point). The Colonels' Jeff Hall intercepted an Eason pass at the Nicholls' two, returning it 91 yards ahead of a field goal with 7:50 left to play in the contest.
  • Feds halt work on ND oil pipeline despite court ruling

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    The Sioux also have said construction would harm sacred tribal grounds. Protesters demonstrate against the Dakota Access oil pipeline project near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, N.D. The North Dakota Petroleum Council blasted the administration's intervention, describing it as "yet another flagrant overreach by federal government and this administration" that will "only allow this rancor to continue".
  • Clinton Apologizes for 'Deplorables' Remark on Trump Voters

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    Clinton made her comments at an LGBT fundraiser in NY late Friday, then walked them back Saturday, saying in a statement that it was "grossly generalistic, and that's never a good idea". "By referring to millions of Americans as " deplorables " and 'irredeemable , ' Hillary Clinton is showing her outright contempt for ordinary people and proving yet again why Americans overwhelmingly regard her as dishonest and untrustworthy", RNC head Reince Priebus said in a statement.