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The plumes provide a tantalizing opportunity to gather samples originating from under the surface without having to land or drill through the ice. Scientists are thrilled by the discovery of these "high altitude water vapor plumes " as they could provide a chance to collect water samples from the moon via an orbiting satellite rather than landing a craft and drilling into the surface, which could be kilometers thick.
  • India to Ratify Paris Climate Change Agreement on 2 October: Modi

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    It requires governments to present national plans to reduce emissions to limit global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). While Western countries including the U.S. has been supporting an early ratification of the pact, India has been seeking more time to complete its national processes as it fears that any hasty decision may impact its developmental projects.
  • Clinton, Trump virtually tied headed into debate

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    Polls have shown that Clinton , like Trump, is deemed not honest and trustworthy by large swaths of the United States electorate. FILE - In this January 7, 2008 file photo, Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. The prime minister is also expected to meet with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton later in the day. She "won't be able to come up with a magic bullet" to erase the controversy over using - and giving questionable accounts for - a private email server as secretary of state.
  • Android App Store Now Lets You Queue Downloads

    Android App Store Now Lets You Queue Downloads

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    The Android apps won't be available to all users starting today, but will eventually make their way to your Chromebook very soon, reports Venturebeat . The new feature is now only available for just two Chromebook models, the Acer R11 and the Asus Chromebook Flip. That's right - even though we're still talking about just three devices, the Play store is disabled by default.
  • Hyundai RN30 previews i30 N performance potential

    Hyundai RN30 previews i30 N performance potential

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    Hyundai says the RN30 was "born as a racing machine", " developed to deliver passion and pleasure on the track for everybody " and has a lower, wider stance to deliver "greater stability during high speed driving and cornering". Because the current-generation i30 is sold in North America as the Hyundai Elantra GT, that's why, and it doesn't share much components with the Elantra sedan.
  • Android apps arrive on first Chromebooks

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    Google first announced plans to bring Google Play and Android apps to Chromebooks back in May. Lack of good productivity and recreational apps has always been off-putting for many users, who has deliberated about using a Chromebook in the past.
  • Samsung says 3 reports of China phone battery fire

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    Samsung has not said when the rest of the replacement stock will be available. On Sept. 9, the CPSC warned users to power down their devices and to stop using them. Samsung did not answer e-mails seeking comment. Baxter said last week that, at that time, approximately 130,000 Note7 devices had already been exchanged.
  • Rocket fired from Syria hurts 6 in Turkey

    Rocket fired from Syria hurts 6 in Turkey

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    The ordnance was sacked from Islamic State-controlled territory in Syria, Dogan news agency said. USA -led coalition forces carried out 20 air strikes against Islamic State targets in northern Syria on Thursday, "neutralising" 40 militants, the Turkish military said.
  • Facebook Co-founder, Pediatrician Wife Pledge $3 Billion to 'End Disease'

    Facebook Co-founder, Pediatrician Wife Pledge $3 Billion to 'End Disease'

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    Posting on Facebook shortly after, they pledged to donate 99 per cent of the company's holdings, some US$45 billion, to "advance human potential and promote equality". The Infectious Disease Initiative will explore new ways to create drugs, diagnostic tests and vaccines against the many infectious diseases that still threaten much of the world, such as HIV, Ebola and Zika.
  • World's worst restoration? China's Great Wall covered in cement

    World's worst restoration? China's Great Wall covered in cement

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    The widely mocked project involves an 8-kilometer (5-mile) unrestored section of the wall on which visitors are technically forbidden to tread. "It really was an ugly fix job", Ding conceded. The Chinese government has specific regulations on the preservation of the Great Wall , which is crumbling in many remote locations. "This sort of fix work harms the people's appreciation of the Great Wall's history and culture, severing a channel of dialogue between the people and cultural ...
  • Yahoo hack hit 500 mn users, likely 'state sponsored'

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    Inc is allegedly preparing to declare it has suffered a "massive" data breach of its main service, as reported by Recode . Yahoo admitted this summer that it was investigating reports of a data breach. It seems that Yahoo will likely have to but since so much time has elapsed since the hack doing so now would be pointless. Yahoo will confirm the rumors regarding the massive data leak this week.
  • US tax avoidance clampdown a potential headache for Apple

    US tax avoidance clampdown a potential headache for Apple

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    It was not immediately clear how this could affect Apple, which European regulators ordered last month to pay Ireland 13 billion euros ($14.6 billion). According to the EC's statement, released yesterday, some MEPs criticised Apple and Ireland's plans to appeal against the decision. The European Commission's stand against tax deals for global corporations may be the start of a long legal journey, lawyers predict.
  • North Korea's Internet Only Has 28 Websites But They Sure Are Sweet

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    With news rarely escaping the isolationist state of North Korea, the fact that the country's entire restrictive internet structure of 28 websites full of state propaganda is fascinating news for those of us on the outside. But most sites that are mentioned in the list of the 28 domain names take a long time to upload, while some are completely inaccessible. U.S. Forces Korea said one of the two B-1B bombers landed at Osan Air Base, 120 kilometers (75 miles) from the border with North Korea, ...
  • It's Bill Murray's Birthday & He Wants To Sell You Some Sports Gear

    It's Bill Murray's Birthday & He Wants To Sell You Some Sports Gear

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    The " This Is The Year " polo retails at $75 and the two "ZFG" flex-fit hats retail at $32. Bill Murray is known for his wacky and eccentric personality . The youngest of the five brothers, actor Joel Murray, said the family's history has played a vital role in their love of the game. According to Resignation Media's John Resig, we unfortunately won't be seeing Murray popping up in ad spots anytime soon.
  • Tulsa police release footage in death of unarmed man

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    Crutcher's sister is demanding that prosecutors charge the officer who shot him. And police videos showing the shooting are fueling mounting criticism online about the case. A woman's voice can be heard yelling over the radio, "Shots fired!" "We're demanding, today, immediately, that charges are pressed against this officer that was incompetent that took my brother's life", Tiffany Crutcher said.
  • Tesla Fixes Software Bug That Exposed Hacking Vulnerabilities

    Tesla Fixes Software Bug That Exposed Hacking Vulnerabilities

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    A Chinese security team successfully hacked a Tesla Model S, and demonstrated several security vulnerabilities. Tesla said in its statement that it sent out an update , delivered wirelessly, to customers' vehicles patching the security vulnerability, and praised the researchers for their work.
  • Series premiere to tie with Doctor Strange?

    Series premiere to tie with Doctor Strange?

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    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 returns 20th september on ABC as per EW. She's hiding out because of the new registration laws and has her own vigilante agenda to deal with the substantial losses she endured last season. playbook. Her "Robin Hood" role is very comfortable for her. "[That's] the first step that we explore before we inevitably get into other things". It is where the character feels at home.
  • HP printers start rejecting budget ink cartridges

    HP printers start rejecting budget ink cartridges

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    As reported by Myce , Dutch ink cartridge retailer 123inkt.nl investigated the problem and has been told by the manufacturer of the chip used in its ink cartridges that the problems are worldwide. Back in March HP released a firmware update. Since September 13th of this year, many HP printers have started rejecting cartridges that are not made by Hewlett Packard, and that is causing a little frustration for users who can not figure out the reason.
  • Weather forecast: Partly Cloudy, Pleasant Skies to Prevail

    Weather forecast: Partly Cloudy, Pleasant Skies to Prevail

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    Temperatures are set to further slightly rise on Monday , approaching two degrees Celsius above the seasonal average with mainly sunny and relevantly hot skies. The best chance for rain and storms will be along and south of the I-85 line. Lows overnight will be in the low to mid 70s under clear skies. Highs will be over ten degrees above normal with highs in the upper 80s as we stay dry with sunshine and a few clouds.
  • Pete Carroll and Seahawks fined for excessive contact in OTA

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    Last year's late-season phenom, Doug Baldwin, has reverted back to the pre-2015 form that scares no defense, catching 12 passes for 112 yards and the Seahawks' lone touchdown. So either way, I think the defense played incredible today. "I think we just have to do better", Carroll said . And how do you go about doing that? "The whole reason we did it is because the Rams fans, our "Ramily, ' they're like our family, and we love them", Williams said".
  • Hillary Clinton: 'America is Better Than Donald Trump'

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    The debate will be September 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. Hillary Clinton may now be recognizing the political impact of terrorism on the campaign since she, too, issued a tough statement saying, "I strongly condemn the apparent terrorist attacks " and pledging "we will not rest" until "we bring those responsible to justice".
  • New Dead Rising 4 Trailer Takes Us To The Mall

    New Dead Rising 4 Trailer Takes Us To The Mall

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    Welcome back to Willamette Parkview Mall. Capcom made a decision to change all of that in the new Dead Rising 4. But after finding out some zombies outside the establishment, he made a decision to get inside and was appalled to find tons of zombies residing inside the mall.
  • Bomb Attack in NY: 29 Injured & the Investigations is still on

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    And as investigators work to determine why a man allegedly planted the bombs, there's the race to figure out how he could have done it. It was a pressure cooker, with dark-colored wiring sticking out, connected by silver duct tape to what appears to be a cellphone, the officials said.
  • The Game & Sean Kingston Diss Each Other on Instagram

    The Game & Sean Kingston Diss Each Other on Instagram

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    The Game told his entire side of the story in an Instagram video, reiterating that Meek had snitched, Sean was lying, and once again insisting that he and Meek will be brawling in the near future. "Ever since that n***a snitched on me we just don't speak/ See that s**t you got with Drake is like a slow leak/ Blood'll be dripping like Niagara if I poke Meek", he raps.
  • New note from doctor says Trump's health is excellent

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    The doctor also stated that Trump is in "excellent physical health". The campaign didn't reveal the pneumonia diagnosis until after the incident, which didn't help her campaign. "People are staying active longer and working later in life". Secretary Clinton began her address by recognizing several influential Black women in politics and community leadership including BWA president Gwen Hess, as well as Congresswomen Sheila Jackson Lee, Gwen Moore, Yvette Clark and Stacey Plaskett.
  • Things To Know About The iPhone 7

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    Belkin does note however that you'll only ever be able to use one port for charging and another for listening to music, so any other peripherals or add-ons you may have with Lightning functionality may not necessarily work. And yes, wireless headphones already generate more revenue for the industry than wired models , even though wired headphones outsell wireless models by about 7 to 1 .
  • In Latest Cash Equity Transaction, SolarCity Grabs $305M

    In Latest Cash Equity Transaction, SolarCity Grabs $305M

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    The loss for the solar company extended on Wednesday's pre-market trading as the stock as of 7:58 PM EDT was down 1.23% at $16.85. Piper Jaffray Cos. So let's look at some of the details behind the company purchase to see if we can understand exactly why it has happened and whether Tesla is right to buy SolarCity .
  • We warned Tesla about hands-free Autopilot use

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    Tesla and its former business partner MobilEye have traded more angry remarks over the safety of the electric vehicle's Autopilot system. Israel-based Mobileye said Friday that past year, prior to the release of Autopilot, it warned Tesla not to allow drivers to use the system without their hands on the steering wheel.
  • We Finally Found the Lost Philae Lander!

    We Finally Found the Lost Philae Lander!

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    Rosetta's camera finally captured images on Friday of the lander on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, weeks before the probe's own mission ends, the agency said . The Philae lander was found using the super-powered OSIRIS camera, which snapped the photo on its orbit around the comet. Locating Philae means "we can do more science with that data set than without knowing the lander's location", mission scientist Matt Taylor said.
  • Now Send Messages Using Siri On WhatsApp For iOS

    Now Send Messages Using Siri On WhatsApp For iOS

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    The problems with Apple's iOS 10 seem to be only affecting T-Mobile customers. The update adds several new features to iMessage , including effects, apps, and stickers that can be sent to friends. You can get rid of that, as well as other Apple apps from your home screen. You will also get reminders of your sleeping habits which can be viewed in the Health app.
  • NASA's 1st asteroid-sampler poised for evening liftoff

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    Nasa said that the spacecraft has already deployed its solar arrays, which are powering it. While in space, OSIRIS-REx will study it for two years, and collect a sample which it will bring back to Earth. OSIRIS-REx lifted off on schedule at 5:05 p.m. local time, heading to an August 2018 appointment with one of the largest and closest asteroids to Earth.
  • Study reveals sugar industry's attempt to shape science

    Study reveals sugar industry's attempt to shape science

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    The researchers were shocked to know that this trend has been going on for past five decades and there has been no stopping till now as well. Cristin Kearns , a University of California San Francisco researcher who is focusing on the sugar industry , made the discovery when she found a collection of papers at the University of IL library from the estate of Roger Adams, a chemistry professor who was a scientific adviser for the Sugar Research Foundation (SRF)-now the Sugar Association .