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BORIS JOHNSON will have an "easier" time to negotiate a new post-Brexit trade deal for Britain with a key ally the UK already has in the Asia Pacific, former ambassador Sir David Warren claimed.
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HTC partners with to support cryptocurrency smartphone Exodus 1
HTC and have teamed up to help HTC's flagship Exodus 1 smartphone drive the growth of cryptocurrency trading and usage.
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Opinion: The road to abolish the Electoral College may just run through Texas
Freshmen House members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Dan Crenshaw recently sparred over the merits of the Electoral College. Ocasio-Cortez claimed the Electoral College was "electoral affirmative action" for some voters (those in less populated states) over others (those in more populated states). Crenshaw countered abolishing the Electoral College would mean that "politicians will only campaign in (and listen to) urban areas. That is not representative democracy." - RSS Channel
The road to abolish the Electoral College may just run through Texas
Robert Alexander writes that if Republicans were to lose in Texas, we might see a "Texit" of sorts among some in the GOP who are willing to abandon the Electoral College in favor of relying solely on the popular vote.
Is New York’s Subway Great Again?
Monday: The on-time rate is improving, but it's not where it used to be.
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Italian pundit sacked for saying only way to stop Lukaku is to give him bananas
Luciano Passirani made racist comment on TV programmeTelelombardia says he will not appear on the show againAn Italian TV pundit has been suspended for saying that the only way to stop Romelu Lukaku is to give “him 10 bananas to eat”. Luciano Passirani, an Italian football journalist, was a guest on the Qui Studio a Voi Stadio show when he made the remark and the director of the Telelombardia show reacted immediately by saying that he would never appear on the programme again.The show was debating Lukaku’s impact for Inter so far since joining Manchester United in the summer and Passirani said: “Lukaku is one of the best signings that Inter could have made. I don’t see another player like him on any other team in Italy. He is one of the strongest, I like him a lot because he has that strength: he is the twin of [Dúvan] Zapata at Atalanta.” Continue reading...
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County cricket: Hampshire v Somerset, Essex v Surrey and more – live!
County Championship updates from around the groundsThe Spin podcast: the Ashes after show partyAnd feel free to tweet @tykestravels or post BTL 10.14am BST Good morning from Emerald Headingley for the penultimate round of the season. It’s a bright start to the morning. The sun is yet to burn through, but we’re all set to get going at 10.30am BST.The drama of the international summer may have finished, but there’s plenty more to come in the last fortnight of Championship action across the two divisions. Continue reading...
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Pakistan arrests 3 over attack on temple, Hindu homes
Pakistani police arrest 3 after angry Muslim mob ransacks Hindu temple, attacks school, several homes over the weekend
Biggest oil price surge since 1991 as "locked and loaded" US points finger at Iran for attack
An attack on Saudi Arabia that shut 5% of global crude output caused the biggest surge in oil prices since 1991, after U.S. officials blamed Iran and President Donald Trump said Washington was "locked and loaded" to retaliate.
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Conor McGregor: Has Irishman announced his UFC comeback date?
Conor McGregor posted a cryptic tweet on Monday. Is he about to make his UFC comeback?
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A Surprise Vote, Thrown Phone And Partisan 'Mistrust' Roil N.C. As Maps Are Redrawn
Lawmakers in the North Carolina legislature face a Wednesday deadline to submit new voting district lines to a state court. The previous lines were found to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered.
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Oil soars after Saudi supply shock, stocks slide
Oil prices climbed to four-month highs on Monday and world stocks slid after weekend attacks on crude facilities in Saudi Arabia shut about 5% of the world's supply and fueled worries over the impact of an oil shock on economic growth.
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Huawei’s entire flagship Mate 30 lineup leaks ahead of Thursday launch
Image: @EVLeaks Days before Huawei is due to reveal its new flagship Mate 30 lineup, launching without Google apps or services on September 19th, promotional images of four of the upcoming devices appear to have leaked online. The images were shared by leaker Evan Blass, and show off what he claims is the new Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 Lite, and what appears to be a Porsche Design edition of one of the new handsets. At the top of the lineup is the Mate 30 Pro. The images suggest the phone will be equipped with a wide notch at the top of the device and a display that curves around the left and right sides of the phone like Oppo’s “waterfall screen” seen on Vivo’s new Nex 3. On the back we can see the familiar Leica branding along with four sensors that are contained within a circular camera cutout. One cryptic tweet suggested that these will consist of a pair of 40-megapixel sensors, an 8-megapixel sensor, and a time-of-flight sensor. There also appears to be two signal strength indicators on the top left of the screen, suggesting there’ll be a dual-SIM version of the device. Image: @EVLeaks The Mate 30 Pro could have a screen that curves sharply around the edges of the device. Image: @EVLeaks The phone’s rear sensors appear to be contained within a circular cutout. In comparison to the Pro, the regular Mate 30 appears to have a much smaller display notch, which MSPowerUser speculates could be because this model includes fewer sensors for face unlock. Dual-SIM functionality also appears to be on the cards for this model. We’re still waiting on images of the back of the device to reveal the rear cameras. Both the Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 are expected to use Huawei’s new Kirin 990 chipset, which has a variant that includes a built-in 5G modem. A 5G signal indicator is clearly visible on the image of the Mate 30, indicating that there could be a 5G-equipped model of this handset. Image: @EVLeaks The regular Mate 30 looks to have a smaller notch and no curved display. The Mate 30 Lite has a very different design from its two siblings, with a hole-punch camera cutout on the front, a square camera array on its rear, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. In a follow-up tweet Blass said that the phone is the same as the Nova 5i Pro, which was announced back in July, and which uses a less powerful Kirin 810 chipset. Image: @EVLeaks The Mate 30 Lite is allegedly the same as Huawei’s Nova 5i Pro that it announced back in July. Finally, there’s the Porsche Design edition of the Mate 30 Pro, which appears to add a leather covering to the rear of the phone. Blass shared renders of the handset in black and red. Image: @EVLeaks The Porsche Design edition appears to have the same curved display as the Mate 30 Pro. Image: @EVLeaks The rear of the phone has a combined leather and glass construction. Away from the design of the phones, the more pressing aspect of these devices will be their software. Recently, Google announced that the lineup will not be able to launch with official Google apps, thanks to the USA’s ongoing ban on companies doing business with Huawei without a license. As well as not having access to Google’s first-party apps, the move also means the phones won’t have access to services like the Play Store, the primary source of Android apps. Although Huawei’s previous phones have been able to function without the Play Store in China for years now, it will be much harder to convince Android users in Europe — where Huawei had been gobbling up market share — to buy a phone without easy access to the operating system’s primary app store. There’s no official word on pricing for the new Mate devices. For that, we’ll have to wait until they’re unveiled in Munich on Thursday.
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New 'flying dragon of the north' with F-16 sized wingspan discovered by scientists
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'Start Here': Another allegation against Kavanaugh and Congress weighs gun control
It's Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
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Banksy's chimp-filled Parliament up for sale amid Brexit chaos
As Britain's political system remains in Brexit turmoil, a Banksy painting of the House of Commons overrun by chimpanzees is to go on sale in London next month. - RSS Channel
Kuo: iPhone 11 Order Demand Better Than Expected, New Colors Cited as Key Influencing Factor
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro order demand is ahead of expectations since the start of pre-orders on Friday, according to a research note by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and obtained by MacRumors. Basing his analysis in part on Apple's online shipping estimates, Kuo believes demand is "significantly stronger" for the iPhone 11 in the new green and purple colors and the iPhone 11 Pro in midnight green, but he notes that the latter model is facing production issues and is currently constrained. The shipping times of midnight green iPhone 11 Pro, green iPhone 11, and purple iPhone 11 are all two–three weeks or longer. The shipping times of other colors are roughly shorter than ten days. It should be noted that the glass casings of midnight green models are currently facing production issues; therefore, it makes the shipping time longer.Kuo sees demand for the more expensive iPhone 11 Pro being higher in the U.S., while the cheaper iPhone 11 series is doing particularly well in the Chinese market. As a result, TF Securities has increased its forecast of iPhone 11 shipments in 2019 to 70–75 million units (versus the previous 65–70 million units), and predicts the iPhone supply chain will grow steadily in the fourth quarter. Kuo believes the iPhone 11 is an excellent upgrade choice for iPhone 6/6s/7 users, especially because of its lower price, which is roughly equivalent to 1–1.3 times the average monthly salary in China. Kuo says this is "close to the price sweet spot," given that the iPhone XR's price equivalence was 1.5–1.7 times the average monthly salary in China. In addition to Apple's aggressive pricing strategy, Kuo notes that the zero-interest installment plans for 24 months are also lowering the purchase barriers. The successors to the iPhone XS and XS Max, the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max unveiled last week feature triple-lens rear cameras for improved photo and video capabilities. The lower-cost iPhone 11 series, which succeeds the iPhone XR, includes a number of upgrades such as a dual-lens rear camera, six new colors, an A13 Bionic chip, and Dolby Atmos sound. The iPhone 11 starts at $699, which is $50 less than the iPhone XR, while the iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 and the Pro Max starts at $1,099. Apple's new devices officially start shipping this Friday, September 20.Related Roundups: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 ProTag: Ming-Chi KuoBuyer's Guide: iPhone 11 (Buy Now), iPhone 11 Pro (Buy Now)This article, "Kuo: iPhone 11 Order Demand Better Than Expected, New Colors Cited as Key Influencing Factor" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Brexit: EU must show flexibility, says Raab before Johnson-Juncker meeting - live news
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Boris Johnson’s meeting with the European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker 10.07am BST In an interview with the Today programme Jo Swinson, the Lib Dem leader, defended her party’s decision to go into the next election promising to revoke Brexit without a referendum if it won a majority. She said:I absolutely am determined that we keep our place in the EU. And I have not given up. I still believe we can stop Brexit. 10.02am BST The Belgian foreign minister, Didier Reynders, has said Boris Johnson needs to put forward concrete proposals for a revised Brexit deal at the European Council meeting in October. Reynders said:It is very difficult to react without any concrete proposals so we will see if it’s possible for Michel Barnier to receive something in the next days or in the next hours. Continue reading...
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Moonday Mornings: Teen allegedly stole unreleased A-list music to sell for Bitcoin
Gather round forkers, it’s time for Moonday Mornings, Hard Fork’s wrap-up of the weekend’s top cryptocurrency and blockchain headlines. 1. Police in the Philippines have arrested 277 Chinese nationals following a tip-off from the Chinese authorities. The suspects are thought to be connected to a cryptocurrency scam primarily targeting investors based in China, a local news outlet reports. 2. A 19-year-old hacker suspected of stealing music from award-winning artists to sell on for cryptocurrency has been apprehended. The teenager has been arrested on suspicion of copyright  and computer misuse offenses, according to a City of London Police statement. The affected… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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NPR Shopping Cart Economics: How Prices Changed At A Walmart In 1 Year
NPR is tracking about 80 items sold at a Walmart in Georgia, since mid-2018 with an eye toward products caught in the trade war. On average, their prices increased 3%. Tariffs are one of many factors.
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A Daily Baby Aspirin Could Help Many Pregnancies And Save Lives
Pregnant women at high or even moderate risk of developing the life-threatening condition preeclampsia should consider taking a very small dose of aspirin daily to prevent it, doctors say.
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The Ashes after show party – The Spin podcast
Emma John presents a special show from The Oval to celebrate the end of the series. She’s joined by Daniel Norcross, Alison Mitchell, Barney Ronay, Geoff Lemon, Melinda Farrell, Jarrod Kimber and poet Zaffar Kunial. The Ashes series was drawn 2-2, but which team had the better summer? Continue reading...
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Most Isolated Tribe In Continental U.S. Gets Broadband
The Havasupai Tribe's reservation, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is finally getting broadband access. Tribal members say it will improve education, health care and economic development.
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Distant black hole brightens every 9 hours and no one knows why
A black hole at the center of a distant galaxy is behaving like no other black hole astronomers have ever seen.
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‘I’d ask my mum: why do you drink?’ Andie MacDowell on childhood and Hollywood
She learned responsibility young, caring for her mother – then became a stunningly successful model and screen star. The actor talks about ageing on screen, why she eschews drugs, and her pride in her daughters’ acting careersAndie MacDowell’s career as a successful model, who went on to become a successful actor, almost ended before it began. It was 1979, in the middle of the Studio 54 era, when she moved to New York. She was 21 years old, had just been signed by the Elite model agency and appeared to have the world at her feet. But she soon wanted to go back to her home town. “There was a lot of cocaine around,” she says. “I had a small experience at the very beginning and hated it. I hated it! It was only, like, a month. I really didn’t like the way it felt. It didn’t make me feel good and I couldn’t sleep. I actually went into my agency and said I wanted to go home, and they said: ‘You need new friends. You’re around the wrong people.’”Who was she hanging out with? “I don’t even remember, honestly,” she says. “I wasn’t around famous people at that point. It was not what I intended to do.” John Casablancas, the founder of Elite, flew with her to Paris, “and this young man showed up at the agency who didn’t drink, smoke or do drugs, and it was like, I had a boyfriend.” Continue reading...
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Stretched officials say UK's ability to hold snap elections is at risk
Expectation that elections can always be safely delivered is getting unrealistic, says reportBritish election officials have called on the government to carry out a risk assessment of the country’s ability to hold a snap general election.The Association of Electoral Administrators (AEA) said it had “genuine concerns” about the expectation that elections would always be safely delivered regardless of the landscape, timing, funding or capacity of people delivering them. Continue reading...
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The Fed Faces a Tough End to 2019 as Worries Cloud the Horizon
From short-term political and trade war concerns to a long-term lack of “firefighting capability” if the economy dives, things are not poised to get easier for Chair Jerome H. Powell.
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Day Care Directors Are Playing Doctor, and Parents Suffer
Many policies on children with minor ailments are unhelpful.
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Does Socialism Need Bernie?
Last weekend, hundreds of members of the Democratic Socialists of America across the country kicked off local efforts to elect Senator Bernie Sanders as president of the United States. But not every DSA chapter is campaigning for the Vermont senator.With just five months to go until the Iowa caucuses, chapters in the state have chosen to focus on local projects and tenants’-rights work rather than spend time and resources working for Sanders. But some DSA members in other parts of the country think their Iowa comrades are wasting a crucial opportunity. “Early states will be key for momentum and Iowa DSA chapters’ failure to help energize the progressive Iowa voters and new caucusgoers is a giant mistake,” tweeted Honda Wang, a DSA member from Brooklyn, recently, igniting a days-long Twitter spat among DSA members from various regions.The Iowa chapters’ decision—and the exasperated response from other members—illuminates the divide within the DSA over how best to build a socialist movement: One theory of growth is through a concerted effort around electoral work; the other is rooted in prioritizing local efforts and direct action. The dustup gets at another key question: Does the DSA want Sanders, specifically? Or do its members merely want socialism, with or without the movement’s most visible surrogate? How and whether DSA members can reconcile these tensions could have significant implications both for Sanders’s 2020 campaign and for the success of the socialist movement in America for years to come.[Read: Socialism, but in Iowa]There are currently five official DSA chapters in Iowa, none of which existed before 2016—the year the organization began to see explosive growth nationwide on the heels of Sanders’s first presidential bid. Members in the Iowa chapters have been clear from the get-go about their 2020 plans: “We don’t talk about Bernie,” Caroline Schoonover, a co-chair of the Central Iowa group, told me back in April. “He’s not a factor in our organizing at all.” Individual members would be welcome to volunteer for Sanders on their own time, she said, but campaigning for him as a chapter would distract from their local efforts, which include advocating for tenants’ rights and raising the alarm about so-called crisis pregnancy centers.Back in March, the DSA’s National Political Committee leadership team voted to endorse Sanders, after a controversial vote in which only about a quarter of DSA’s membership weighed in. The committee then established an independent campaign for Sanders called DSA for Bernie, which operates separately from the official Sanders campaign and which individual chapters can join.But as the February 3 caucuses creep closer, Iowa DSA members will be focused on local efforts, including organizing local tenants’ unions. Three Iowa DSA leaders told me that while members are allowed to volunteer for Sanders on their own time, the chapter won’t formally campaign for him. “Iowa DSA chapters don’t have as many resources compared to other larger cities,” said Alex Loehrer, 32, who co-chairs the DSA chapter in Iowa City. “As much as many of our members love Bernie, we see our importance more so in building class consciousness and working-class power in our communities, because that will ultimately last longer.”It’s “a lot bigger than a few back-and-forths on Twitter,” Javier Miranda, the 25-year-old leader of the DSA chapter in Ames, Iowa, told me. “There’s a fear that if we engage in too much electoral organizing we are losing our capacity to imagine outside the system that we are currently living in,” he said. People criticizing Iowa’s DSA chapters tend to live in larger cities with active labor movements, Miranda told me. “In Ames, Iowa, that is not the case,” he said. “It makes more sense for us to focus on building that movement, to make that longer-lasting change.”Another part of the Iowa members’ aversion to formally participating in electoral politics is their disdain for their state’s biggest claim to fame: the caucuses, which every four years help determine the rest of the presidential race. “The caucus is not an accessible process,” Joe Ellerbroek, who co-chairs the Des Moines DSA alongside Schoonover, told me. The state Democratic Party has been fielding complaints to this effect for years from Iowans with inflexible work or personal schedules. (This cycle, the caucuses will take place on a Monday.) It’s both an undemocratic and a “deliberately confusing” process,” Ellerbroek said—a process neither he nor members of his chapter want to prop up with their time or funds. He and other Iowa DSA leaders want their groups to provide a consistent force for socialist change in the state long after Sanders campaign staffers have packed up and left.“That’s what Bernie Sanders is asking people to do when he talks about a movement that needs to be bigger than just getting him into office,” Ellerbroeck said. “If you’ve ever been here in March after a caucus, all the serotonin has left the state,” he added. “There’s vacuum of energy and purpose—but there are still people getting evicted.”Other DSA members, though, fundamentally disagree with the Iowa chapters’ approach. They argue that the state’s first-in-the-nation contest makes local chapters uniquely positioned to help Sanders win the Democratic nomination. After all, the Vermont senator only lost by 0.25 percent to Hillary Clinton in 2016—the closest margin in the history of the Iowa Caucus. Support from local DSAers, members argue, will be crucial.“People are more tuned into politics during presidential elections than at any other point in their lives,” Michael Esealuka, the 26-year-old co-chair of the New Orleans DSA chapter, told me. She respects that individual chapters can make their own decisions, she said, but not joining DSA for Bernie is the wrong one. “We have a rare opportunity to have an out-and-proud socialist front-runner. We need to be running with this opportunity.”By not campaigning for Sanders, some said, Iowa chapters are missing an opportunity to attract new members to the group. “If they could take some credit for flipping [Iowa] to Bernie, they would get so many Bernie Sanders supporters calling them up,” says John, a DSA member from a chapter in a metropolitan area who asked not to be further identified in order to speak candidly. John told me that “the majority of DSA” is frustrated with Iowa chapters’ approach to the presidential election. He also doesn’t understand their reluctance to participate in the caucus system; all electoral politics is “unfair” and “corrupted by money,” he told me, echoing Sanders’s own language on the stump. “We’ve got to fight on that terrain, though. If we don’t, we risk becoming irrelevant.”Campaigning for Sanders, by definition, means campaigning for everything he stands for—from Medicare for All to building working-class power, members said. “Bernie connects all of these other things,” Megan Svoboda, the chair of the DSA for Bernie campaign and a member of the DSA’s National Political Committee, told me. The national organization would never tell local chapters what to do, she added, but “we’re hopeful people will be working on Bernie.”Although Sanders has been a top candidate since he entered the Democratic presidential primary in March, he still hasn’t managed to pull ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden nationally. But he’s polling better relative to Biden in Iowa.The February caucus could be extremely close, and while the internal debate over how best to grow the socialist movement is happening, some members fear that the chance to do so might be slipping away.“The Bernie campaign is building a socialist political culture in America,” John said. Sanders “presents us with a very good tactical opportunity and we need to take advantage of it.”
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Hong Kong reopens after weekend of clashes, protests
Hong Kong's businesses and metro stations reopened as usual on Monday after a chaotic Sunday when police fired water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters who blocked roads and threw petrol bombs outside government headquarters.
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Hong Kong anti-government protesters take to the hills – in pictures
Thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy activists used torches, lanterns and laser pens to light up Lion Hill on 13 September. Pro-democracy protesters have continued demonstrations across Hong Kong, calling for the city’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, to immediately meet demands including an independent inquiry into police brutality. The evening of 13 September marked the start of the mid-autumn festival, traditionally a time for thanksgiving, spending time with family, and praying for good fortune.Police fire teargas and water cannon at Hong Kong protesters Continue reading...
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Israel election a referendum on Netanyahu
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen looks at the election campaign of Israel's longest-serving prime minister.
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Motorola is making Android TVs too
Shortly after smartphone company OnePlus launched a TV, rival Motorola has decided to do the same. In partnership with Indian e-commerce site FlipKart, Motorola India unveiled Motorola TV, a range of smart TVs with IPS technology in sizes ranging fro...
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Crossword blog: Philistine's hidden Brexit message
A Guardian puzzle last week had a little extra message ...Solvers tackling last Thursday’s Guardian crossword will have noticed that the setter Philistine was on his usual witty, playful form. Non-solvers, brace yourselves, but we had, for example, “Help N-Z (4)”, where the word for “help” (ABET) is also, like N-Z, the second half of … well, ALPHABET.Once they had filled the grid, though, some noticed a little bonus. There, in the Sticklebrick-like squares in the top and bottom row was … a message of sorts. Continue reading...
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India’s Economy Slows, Stalling a Once Thriving Manufacturing Sector
Confidence in the Indian economy is giving way to uncertainty as growth in the manufacturing sector has come to a near standstill
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Humberto strengthens to a hurricane
Humberto strengthens overnight into a Category 1 storm as it moves away from the Bahamas. Elsewhere across the US, extreme heat extends up to the Canadian border where temperatures will be up to 20° above average. Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.
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Amazon device sale, plus deals on Beats Powerbeats Pro, iPhone 11, Nintendo Switch Lite, and more for Sept. 16
Are you an Amazon Prime member and already have an Alexa ecosystem going? Lucky for you, Amazon is offering their Prime users up to $70 off select Alexa enabled devices, ranging from Fire tablets, Fire TV stick, Echo Show, and more. Looking around for a new phone? If you switch to Verizon Wireless, you will get an iPhone 11 on the house. Plus 50% off activation when you buy online. Check out more of today's best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Dell Small Business, Verizon Wireless, and Rakuten for Monday, Sept. 16. Read more...More about Gaming, Tablets, Headphones, Smart Home, and Mashable Shopping IMAGE: AMAZON $49.99 $20.00 OFF (29%) $69.99 Prime Prime Exclusive All-New Fire 7 32GB Tablet with Special Offers -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $64.99 $25 OFF (28%) $89.99 Prime Echo Show 5 Compact Smart Display with Alexa -- See Details IMAGE: RAKUTEN $199.99 $35 OFF (15%) $234.99 Beats Powerbeats Pro Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear True Earphones with code DS36 -- See Details IMAGE: VERIZON WIRELESS Switch and get iPhone 11 on us! Plus, 50% off activation when you buy online. -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $399.99 $29.01 OFF (7%) $429 Prime Pre-order New Apple iPad 10.2-inch WiFi 128GB Tablet (Latest Model) -- See Details IMAGE: QUICKBOOKS SELF EMPLOYED Save 50% off QuickBooks Self Employed -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $414.99 $14.01 OFF (3%) $429 Prime Pre-order Apple Watch Series 5 with White Sport Band (GPS, 44mm) -- See Details IMAGE: DELL SMALL BUSINESS $586.46 $494.97 OFF (46%) $1,081 Dell New Vostro 15 5000 Intel Core i5-10210U 15.6-inch 1080p Laptop with 256GB M.2 SSD -- See Details IMAGE: RAKUTEN $378 $67 OFF (15%) $445 Google Pixel 3a XL 64GB Unlocked Smartphone with code AD69 -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $89.99 $40.00 OFF (31%) $129.99 Prime Prime Exclusive Kindle Paperwhite with Special Offers -- See Details IMAGE: WALMART $199.96 Pre-order Nintendo Switch Lite Console -- See Details IMAGE: RAKUTEN $133.99 $24 OFF (15%) $157.99 Apple AirPods Earphones Plus Charging Case with code NWD24 -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $189 $35 OFF (16%) $224 Prime Certified Refurbished Ring Floodlight Motion-Activated HD Security Camera Works with Alexa -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $44.99 $15 OFF (25%) $59.99 Prime Dragon Quest Builders 2 - Nintendo Switch -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $99.99 $50.00 OFF (33%) $149.99 Prime Brother Compact Monochrome Laser Printer (HLL2390DW) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $34.99 $15 OFF (30%) $49.99 Prime Prime Exclusive Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $209.99 $70 OFF (25%) $279.99 Prime Prime Exclusive Fire TV Recast 1TB Over-the-Air DVR (150 hours) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON $299 $150 OFF (33%) $449 Prime Certified Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Elite -- See Details
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Airbus, French exporters slip as U.S. tariffs loom in subsidy row
Shares in Airbus and other key French exporters fell on Monday as Europe and the United States edged closer toward tit-for-tat sanctions in a long-running dispute over aircraft subsidies.
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China's economy is getting worse. That makes a trade deal more likely
China's economic slowdown keeps getting worse. That could give the country incentive to repair its trading relationship with the United States and take more steps to stimulate its economy.
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Iraqi PM receives phone call from Pompeo
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has received a phone call from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Abdul Mahdi's office said in a brief statement on Monday.
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Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang Criticises Arsenal Defence After Watford Draw
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has criticised Arsenal's defence and said his side are "literally giving goals to the opposition" after they lost a 2-0 lead to draw at Watford on Sunday...
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Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘Tim Draper now says his $250,000 Bitcoin price forecast is conservative’
Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Kierkegaard used to say: To infinity, and beyond! Bitcoin Price We closed the day, September 15 2019, at a price of $10,347. That’s a minor 0.08 percent decline in 24 hours, or -$8.76. It was the lowest closing price in three days. We’re still 48 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-time high of $20,089 (December 17 2017). Bitcoin market cap Bitcoin’s market cap ended the day… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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Oil prices spike after Trump warns U.S. "locked and loaded"
Trump's top diplomat has blamed Iran for an attack on Saudi oil facilities that could force the U.S. to dip into strategic reserve
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In Hong Kong, Employees Hide Their Political Leanings as Beijing Forces Companies to Take Sides
Despite fear of losing their jobs, many workers are on the front lines
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Enough oil in global stockpiles to replace lost Saudi barrels: Russia
There is enough oil in global stockpiles to replace barrels Saudi Arabia has temporary lost due to attacks on its oil facilities, Russia's energy minister Alexander Novak, an ally of Riyadh in a pact to curb supply, told reporters on Monday.
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UPDATE 1-LG Display to replace its chief executive amid mounting losses
South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd on Monday said it has named LG Chem President Jeong Ho-young as its new chief executive officer.
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The way you vape could make it even more dangerous
The way users puff, how long they puff and what they puff all play a role. We do not yet know how this behavior affects how much of each substance vapers consume over the course of their daily lives, but we have reason to believe it is significant.
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