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AMD announces Ryzen 5 CPUs - 6 cores for $210

AMD announces Ryzen 5 CPUs - 6 cores for $210

It boasts six physical cores and twelve concurrent processing threads. Certainly the 6 core 12 thread 1600 and 1600X are going to be interesting. This is why many have opted for the X-series CPUs as...

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Murali Vijay a 'f**king cheat', Steve Smith's outburst raises Twitter storm

Murali Vijay a 'f**king cheat', Steve Smith's outburst raises Twitter storm

Australia had one wicket in hand to make a monster amount of runs when Murali Vijay claimed a catch, with the Indians appealing passionatly as always. When persisted, Hick observed, "I mean having fie...

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Adele reveals she may never tour again in emotional on-stage confession

Adele reveals she may never tour again in emotional on-stage confession

Adele performed the last of her worldwide dates in Auckland on Sunday (26Mar17), ending a world tour that began back in February a year ago (16). If you missed the global superstar on this tour, yo...

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Apple Adds iPad Support to Apple TV Remote App

Apple Adds iPad Support to Apple TV Remote App

Users will also be able to move the persistent buttons around the screen depending on what makes you comfortable, according to a tweet by Apple's Justin Voss . Updates the profiles command to inclu...

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London attack: Victim's family tell of 'difficult' time

London attack: Victim's family tell of 'difficult' time

He said she is still recovering from a broken leg and rib. Melissa Cochran and her husband, Kurt Cochran. Payne said his sister Melissa, Kurt's wife, "received serious injuries" and has been hospi...

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India gets closer to a win against Australia; needs just 87 runs

India gets closer to a win against Australia; needs just 87 runs

Jadeja then claimed the wicket of Steve O'Keefe and Ashwin claimed Josh Hazlewood after some umpiring gaffes as the visitors were finally sent packing for just 137 runs. And just like the first inning...

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Etna eruption leaves ten injured

Etna eruption leaves ten injured

People can be seen fleeing down away from the eruption site on Mount Etna as numerous injured panicked. Mount Etna spewed lava and molten rock nearly 200 feet into the air. Lava flow mixed with stea...

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Twitter reacts as 'son of England' Defoe scores vs. Lithuania

Twitter reacts as 'son of England' Defoe scores vs. Lithuania

The Black Cats are bottom of the Premier League, and face an uphill task to avoid relegation, but Defoe has been excellent, scoring 14 goals already this season. We've got some important games. We've ...

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U.S. equity futures at six-week low after Trump healthcare setback

U.S. equity futures at six-week low after Trump healthcare setback

The concern: the health-care fiasco spells trouble for Trump fiscal policies that were expected to boost American growth and with it the global economy. Meanwhile, spot gold was up $13.00 at $1,258.00...

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Dharamsala Test: India reach 64 for 1 at lunch on Day 2

Dharamsala Test: India reach 64 for 1 at lunch on Day 2

Jadeja made a decision to employ the attacking strategy against the short-pitch bowling from Australian bowlers and even went on smash Nathan Lyon (5-92) for a six down the ground to bring down the de...

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Florida women's basketball hires Cameron Newbauer as new coach

Florida women's basketball hires Cameron Newbauer as new coach

Newbauer replaces Mt. Juliet native Amanda Butler, who was sacked after a 15-16 season. This past season, he led the Bruins to the NCAA Tournament after winning the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament...

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India close in on Australia Test series win

India close in on Australia Test series win

Yes. You read that right. "For sure he's one of the. well he's the best player in the world at the moment and he's on track to be one of the greatest players Australia has ever seen". It started w...

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Famed author Jimmy Breslin dies at 86

Famed author Jimmy Breslin dies at 86

He also wrote for Newsday , the New York Herald Tribune , and the New York Journal American. Breslin was famously sought out by the Son of Sam in 1977, writing the columnist a letter that bega...

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President Trump returns to golf course - this time in Virginia

President Trump returns to golf course - this time in Virginia

In February, Mr Trump hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe which went down a treat with Japan's voters with a poll showing two-thirds thought the visit went well. In part because it's the preside...

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James Rodriguez gives middle finger salute to journalists

James Rodriguez gives middle finger salute to journalists

The Real Madrid midfielder's exact motives for the gesture are unclear but relations between the national team and the press are reported to have been frayed in recent weeks. A debate soon erupted on ...

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Xbox boss: first-party Project Scorpio games 'critical'

Xbox boss: first-party Project Scorpio games 'critical'

Recently, sources familiar with the matter told Windows Central that the Scorpio would offer native 4K gameplay and streaming. Spencer responded by saying that Xbox usage for buying games and DLCs a...

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Kushner to be questioned about meeting with Russians

Kushner to be questioned about meeting with Russians

Kushner is Jewish, and while some characterize him as a conservative, he appears to have been politically agnostic, having professed admiration for FDR and JFK in the past, and even contributing to Hi...

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Augmented Reality Glasses: Apple Reportedly 'Stepping Up' Efforts To Make AR Glasses

Augmented Reality Glasses: Apple Reportedly 'Stepping Up' Efforts To Make AR Glasses

Don't expect to be wearing a pair of Apple-branded augmented reality glasses in the near future, however, as the report said any potential launch remains at least a year away, or "perhaps much longer"...

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Ravindra Jadeja's ideal response to Matthew Wade on day two

Ravindra Jadeja's ideal response to Matthew Wade on day two

Glenn Maxwell was the first Australian wicket to fall in the third session of the day when he offered no shot to an Ashwin delivery that was spinning back from a fullish length. With Wade batting alon...

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Residents prepare for Cyclone Debbie

Residents prepare for Cyclone Debbie

Thousands of people have been urged to evacuate as the storm approaches. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said Debbie would likely strengthen to a category four storm before it mak...

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Stock Trickling Lower For the Week: Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:CALM)

Zacks Investment Research cut Cal-Maine Foods from a "hold" rating to a "strong sell" rating in a research report on Friday. When investors engage in short selling or "shorting a stock", they actual...

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Extradition treaty with China put on hold

Extradition treaty with China put on hold

The Government also faced significant internal pressure with a growing number of coalition MPs, including former PM Tony Abbott, expressing their misgivings about signing an agreement extraditing accu...

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Schiff urges Trump to avoid baseless accusations

Schiff urges Trump to avoid baseless accusations

It should trouble all Americans that FBI Director James B. Comey found it justifiable to announce the investigation of the email issue surrounding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton , a ...

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Cyclone Debbie: Thousands flee homes as storm closes on Australia

Cyclone Debbie: Thousands flee homes as storm closes on Australia

The powerful system is now a category two storm stationed around 270 kilometres out to sea. Cyclone Debbie was expected to cross the Queensland state coast along a sparsely populated 100-kilometre...

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Apple denies breach of 600M iCloud accounts from hackers

Apple denies breach of 600M iCloud accounts from hackers

Dufour said if a user could not access his or her account or data, they should contact Apple right away. Speaking to Fortune , a spokesperson for the company said, "There have not been any breach...

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Lewis Hamilton decides to race without a personal trainer

Lewis Hamilton decides to race without a personal trainer

The three-time world champion has been tipped as a heavy favourite to win this year's Australian GP ahead of Ferrari's Vettel, who enters the bookmakers' odds as a distant runner-up in the pre-race st...

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Mild, Dry Days Tuesday and Wednesday

Mild, Dry Days Tuesday and Wednesday

Temperatures will remain in the upper 40s to low 50s. Those warm temperatures are above almost 15 degrees above normal highs for this time of year, said Craig Evanego a meteorologist with the National...

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New Zealand, China plan to renegotiate free trade deal

New Zealand, China plan to renegotiate free trade deal

Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and his New Zealand counterpart Bill English witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding on Beijing's Belt and Road initiative in Wellington on Monday....

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Lewis Hamilton looks for fast start to new season

Lewis Hamilton looks for fast start to new season

The Finn had been as much as 0.5s down on teammate Lewis Hamilton during Friday practice but had reduced the gap to within 0.3s of Hamilton's pole time by qualifying on Saturday, and managed to catc...

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Math Nerds Unite As Tuesday Is National Pi Day

Math Nerds Unite As Tuesday Is National Pi Day

Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Math/science teachers around the world use Pi (e) Day as a fun way to teach geometry to their students, and today was no exception! ...

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