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Meanwhile, Skype is expanding its Web client features to enable voice calls on Chrome for Linux and Chromebooks (previously you could only use messaging features). Microsoft warned that not all features have been implemented yet and the app is not a fully functioning Skype client. The good news is that since the new version uses the same code as Skype for Web, which is under active development, there's a good chance Microsoft won't go years between updates this time.
  • 'Outlander' Season 3 Spoilers: Claire and Jamie To Travel In Ships?

    'Outlander' Season 3 Spoilers: Claire and Jamie To Travel In Ships?

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    Basically, girlfriend is an emotional mess, which brings us to the first major reveal of the episode. First and foremost, everyone thank the romance gods that Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) is still with us. We can only hope the spark and sizzle will still be there. What does it mean to be a wife? She went on to post the original text of the sad farewell, "both as a solace to the book fans, and a small gift to the show-only fans" and to mention that she'd made Moore and Davis promise "that ...
  • 'Pokémon Go' Europe, Japan Release Date: App Expected In 'A Few Days'

    'Pokémon Go' Europe, Japan Release Date: App Expected In 'A Few Days'

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    And if you think that the game has taken over your friends' and even your life since its release last week, you may be right. Analysts had hailed the boost of the game company's shares as "Pokémon Go" had only been launched in a few countries, which could very well be headed to become another worldwide phenomenon in terms of game revenue, Reuters reported.
  • Sanders stalls in effort to oppose trade deal in platform

    Sanders stalls in effort to oppose trade deal in platform

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    Sanders trounced Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, and holding the event there would put the two rivals in a fall battleground state where Clinton will compete against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. Three democrats, who insist on remaining anonymous , have revealed to sources they are helping Sanders to plan the endorsement. Sanders was speaking to his supporters Thursday in an online address from his hometown of Burlington, Vermont.
  • Republicans not ready to give up Clinton investigation

    Republicans not ready to give up Clinton investigation

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    July 7, 2016. "We want to know why they're not going to prosecute". During the tense hearing , Comey acknowledged that those 30,000 e-mails contained three messages that had classified information in them. Did the Federal Bureau of Investigation agree with Clinton's claims that she'd never sent any classified material over email? Comey said on Tuesday that 110 classified emails passed through Clinton's servers, which were not kept on a secure government server.
  • Atlanta's mayor, city leaders to hold public safety briefing

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    I'm scared. I hope marches like this are a starting point to make a change". The suspected shooter was a U.S. Army veteran who wanted to kill white police officers in revenge for police killings of black Americans, police said. Friday was the second day of widespread demonstrations against use of force by police in the wake of the fatal shootings of 32-year-old Philando Castile near St Paul, Minnesota and 37-year-old Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
  • Parents seek mercy killing of baby; government offers to help for surgery

    Parents seek mercy killing of baby; government offers to help for surgery

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    They approached the Tamballapalle civil court asking for permission to kill their daughter, Gnana Sai, through passive euthanasia. Therefore, the parents of the baby- Ramanappa and his wife Saraswati, sought the court's intervention to have the state bear the medical expense of the child's medical treatment or allow her mercy killing.
  • Contagious Cancer Found in Shellfish

    Contagious Cancer Found in Shellfish

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    For years, transmissible cancers were seen only in two mammal species - dogs and Tasmanian devils- which suggested that they might be rare in nature . Murchison says that the spreading of cancer between individuals requires the tumour to elude an immune attack, and she expects that the barrier is even higher between species.
  • Eat nuts to cut mortality risk from prostate cancer

    Eat nuts to cut mortality risk from prostate cancer

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    The rates of dying from prostate cancer were decreased by 34% among those who ate one ounce serving of nuts five times a week. This means that for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer , consuming nuts regularly may help them to reduce the risk of death.
  • Thailand becomes first country to eliminate mother-child transmission of HIV

    Thailand becomes first country to eliminate mother-child transmission of HIV

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    Taking antiretroviral drugs during pregnancy significantly reduces those chances to just over one percent. In 2014, about 450,000 people in Thailand were living with HIV . The achievements are the testament to a key factor - the integration of maternal and child health with sexual, reproductive health and HIV services.
  • 'Super Bacteria' Found in Brazil's Olympic Venues, Top Beaches

    'Super Bacteria' Found in Brazil's Olympic Venues, Top Beaches

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    Or is super bacteria infested waterways more than enough reason (all on its own) to cancel the Rio Olympics and/or relocate the Games to a safer venue for athletes and attendees alike? The remaining four Rio beaches confirmed to be hosting super bacteria are Ipanema , Leblon , Botafogo and Flamengo .
  • Superbug that resists 'antibiotic of last resort' found in US

    Superbug that resists 'antibiotic of last resort' found in US

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    The urinary tract infection sample in Pennsylvania was from the 49-year-old female patient who was being treated at a military facility. For the first time, doctors have diagnosed a patient in the USA with a superbug resistant to the so-called antibiotic of last resort, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.
  • Girl dies after kissing boyfriend

    Girl dies after kissing boyfriend

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    She also allegedly told people that her allergy had decreased. The unidentified boyfriend reportedly ate a peanut butter sandwich before kissing her, which proved fatal for Ducre-Lemay. She said that teens and young adults ages 15-30 are most at risk for anaphylactic shock because they're likely to take more risks. Dr. Christine McCusker, head of pediatric allergy and immunology at Montreal Children's Hospital told CTV Montreal that traces of allergens can stay in a person's saliva ...
  • This 25-year-old man lived for 555 days without a heart

    This 25-year-old man lived for 555 days without a heart

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    Larkin, a 25 year old from the USA, suffered from familial cardiomyopathy , a form of heart failure that can strike even the healthiest of people without warning. " He really thrived on the device ", said Jonathan Haft , associate professor of cardiac surgery at the University of MI, who carried out his surgery.
  • Breast cancer 'warded off' by cheap pills

    Breast cancer 'warded off' by cheap pills

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    Dr. Harold Bernstein, Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School who is also on the ASCO breast cancer committee said: 'For an individual women the key thing will be to talk about what her experience has been so far on these medications and whether it makes sense for her to continue based on her cancer risk'.
  • Ryan Vogelsong: Ryan Vogelsong suffered eye injury on HBP

    Ryan Vogelsong: Ryan Vogelsong suffered eye injury on HBP

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    The Rockies got on the board against Boscan in the fifth on Blackmon's two-out double that scored Wolters and DJ LeMahieu , cutting their deficit to 6-2. Vogelsong started for the Pirates and was not able to keep track of the fastball pitched by Rockies' Jordan Lyles in the second inning, hitting his face and keeping him to the ground.
  • Microsoft to quit mobile phone design, manufacturing: Finnish newspaper

    Microsoft to quit mobile phone design, manufacturing: Finnish newspaper

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    Rightly known as "nagware", Microsoft has apparently redesigned its Windows 10 upgrade pop-up on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, which makes the upgrade process start for you when you hit the cross "X" sign. Let's hope that we hear more news in the near future that might indicate a list of compatible Windows 10 Mobile devices and a window for release! If you're interested in telling Microsoft what you think without having to be part of the Insider program, head over to the Windows Store and ...
  • Castle showrunners pen emotional letter as they thank fans for being "loyal"

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    The Castle/Beckett dynamic, the romance, the over-the-top murders, the mysteries, the pop culture references, Ryan and Esposito's bromance... The ever-playful actor, though, kept the mood light. We really deserved better than this. Luckily, an extra scene was filmed for the possibility that this would be the series finale. Katic and Fillion's feuds were rumored to be the reason for the show's cancellation.
  • Clinton campaigning hard in Kentucky ahead of Tuesday's primary

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    There's now no word if or when Hillary Clinton will be visiting before Tuesday's Kentucky primary. On Sunday in Louisville, Clinton touted her plan for coal country. Similarly, Sanders' criticism of his opponent provides ammunition that Donald Trump may use to win the general election. At St. Stephen's Church, Clinton appealed to the congregation for support, saying she hoped to have "the opportunity to serve you as your president".
  • Vernon Madison Lives Another Day, Supreme Court Upholds Stay

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    However, late Thursday morning, a federal appeals court put the execution on hold due to concerns that he may be mentally incompetent to be executed. The appeals court said that the filing it considered was the first chance a state or federal court had to consider whether Madison was fit to be executed under the Eighth Amendment.
  • Frozen vegetable recall affects brands sold at Safeway, Trader Joe's, Costco

    Frozen vegetable recall affects brands sold at Safeway, Trader Joe's, Costco

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    So far, eight cases of listeria have been identified since 2013 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , with six in California. Two of these people later died, but "Listeriawas not the cause of death in either person". If you ate any of these recalled products , even if they were cooked, monitor yourself for the symptoms of listeriosis for the next 70 days. According to the CDC website, listerosis is a serious infection that is caused after consuming certain contaminated ...
  • EPL 2016: Manchester United's Champions League hopes intact after Arsenal hold City

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    Pellegrini has rejected suggestions he was prepared to risk a top-four place in the Barclays Premier League to pursue this season's Champions League challenge. They are above fifth placed United with 5 points and play bottom placed Aston Villa in their final game. One player who will not be involved in global action is Oxlade-Chamberlain, with Wenger revealing on Friday morning the England winger has suffered a fresh knee problem after the 22-year-old had just returned to fitness.
  • Desert Trip Classic Rock concert series announced in Indio

    Desert Trip Classic Rock concert series announced in Indio

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    For a handful of aging rock "n" roll gods - Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, the Rolling Stones, and the Who - the finish line is visible. the 7th, Saturday, Oct.the 8th, and Sunday, Oct. the 9th. Daltrey's failing health in recent years has already seen them postpone tours, while Neil Young suffered a brain aneurysm as far back as 2005.
  • 'The Blacklist' season 3: Elizabeth Keen might be alive

    'The Blacklist' season 3: Elizabeth Keen might be alive

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    Playing the role of the titular character, Susan "Scottie" Hargrave , is Famke Janssen (X-Men). Thursday night's new episode of "The Blacklist" is going to be an enormous one for a wide array of reasons, with one of the biggest ones being that this installment, entitled " Susan Hargrave ", could be the foundation for a whole other show depending on what NBC decides to do.
  • Frozen food recall from CRF Frozen Foods linked to listeria outbreak

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    The recall announcement says seven people were recently hospitalized for listeria infections, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has connected some of those illnesses to CRF Frozen Foods products. "We apologize for any concern or inconvenience this expanded recall has caused our customers and consumers who enjoy our products", company officials said .
  • Prince Death Probe Is Now a Criminal Investigation

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    Earlier this week, the future of Prince's estate was left looking uncertain when it was revealed that he hadn't left a will, and now the circumstances surrounding his death are being investigated by police. Our sources say authorities are on the hunt for the various doctors who prescribed and pharmacies that filled Prince's prescriptions. "We might contact them to help us, but that hasn't happened", he said.