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They are the CFG70 and CF791 Quantum Dot Curved Monitors . The VP also said that the company is very excited to share this new technology in the CES 2017. The CFG70 offers many gamer-friendly features such as the " Gaming UX " user interface, as well as advanced calibration options for any of the FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS game genres.
  • Shares in Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) Acquired by Seminole Management Co. Inc

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    Insitutional Activity: The institutional sentiment decreased to 0.85 in 2016 Q3. Let's have a look at some of the important valuation ratios of the Tesla Motors, Inc . The stock had a trading capacity of 4.68M shares. The stock's weekly volatility was 2.93% and the RSI amounts to 55.31. On Wednesday, December 14 Jurvetson Stephen T sold $11,323 worth of the stock or 56 shares.
  • EU Could Fine Facebook $125M for Misleading Info in WhatsApp Buy

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    Commissioner Margrethe Vestager , in charge of competition policy, said: "Companies are obliged to give the Commission accurate information during merger investigations". With respect to consumer communications services, the commission found that Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp were not close competitors and that consumers would continue to have a wide choice of alternative consumer communications apps post-merger.
  • Jonesboro to receive grant money to combat homelessness

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    The funds will come through a continuum of care grant, which focuses on providing housing and support services to homeless individuals and families. These Continuums of Care will report these one-night "point-in-time counts" later in the year and will form the basis of HUD's 2017 national homeless estimate.
  • Plane crashes in Colombia, kills 5 crew members

    Plane crashes in Colombia, kills 5 crew members

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    Videos of the crash show the airplane, a Boeing 727, veering off the runway shortly after it attempted take off. A statement added the cargo plane belonged to the Aerosucre air transportation company. An investigation into the cause of the crash has begun. The sole survivor, a flight technician, was in hospital and would be flown to the capital Bogota for treatment, the Colombian civil aviation authority said.
  • Morgan Freeman to voice Mark Zuckerberg's Jarvis

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    Zuckerberg called Freeman and said: "Hey, I posted this thing, and.thousands of people want you to be the voice". However, after receiving 50,000 comments, Morgan Freeman emerged as the clear victor for Jarvis's new voice. To function properly, we'll need speakers and microphones around the house, and the AI will also need to know where we are as we move around. The video is full of Zuckerberg's awkward presentation, including dad jokes, a 2001: A Space Odyssey reference, and a ...
  • Apollo House: Irish stars join homeless shelter protest

    Apollo House: Irish stars join homeless shelter protest

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    Mr O'Brien also said t he priority is the health and safety of the homeless people seeking shelter there. The concert happened as news broke that receivers appointed over Apollo House have launched a High Court action aimed at regaining possession of the property.
  • Watch killer whales eat a shark alive

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    Scientists say this is a normal event for killer whales , to hunt and eat their prey, the odd part is that they are not usually captured in this activity. Marine biologist Katlyn Taylor said, "All of a sudden one of them brought it up, brought up the whole shark - and it was still alive, it was squirming around".
  • Three Injured In Shooting At Zurich Muslim Centre

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    The suspect was described by police as a man of " about 30 years " who was wearing dark clothing and a dark wool cap. The SDA news agency reported that the victims were adults but police said it was unclear whether the attack had to do anything with the location.
  • Gunman kills Russian ambassador to Turkey, shouts 'God is great'

    Gunman kills Russian ambassador to Turkey, shouts 'God is great'

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    Turkey is also involved in the war in Syria - although not on the same side as Russian Federation. While condemning the attack Cavusoglu said it not only targeted Karlov, but also Russia, Turkey and bilateral relations between the two countries, which recently began to normalize.
  • Papua New Guinea quake causes small tsunami, no damage

    Papua New Guinea quake causes small tsunami, no damage

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    Natural disaster strikes Papua New Guinea: Residents flee to hills after magnitude-7.9 quake. December 17: The US Geological Survey reported that a magnitude 8.0 quake struck 97.5miles east of Rabual, Papua New Guinea on Saturday, sparking a tsunami warning in the region.
  • Ghost shark revealed! Here's the first footage of shark older than dinosaurs

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    What's more, now, researchers trust they have caught on video a types of phantom shark that had at no other time been shot live: the pointy-nosed blue figment. Scientists have been trying to capture footage of the Ghost Shark for decades without success. "This is much easier said than done, because these fish are generally too large, fast, and agile to be caught", the institute notes.
  • Planet-consuming 'Death Star' exposed in new study

    Planet-consuming 'Death Star' exposed in new study

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    In Star Wars, the Death Star can destroy a planet with a single blast. He however said that this discovery is an indication that planetary systems, including our own, may have commonly witnessed violent histories. "It's as if we saw a cat sitting next to a bird cage", Debra Fischer, an astronomy professor at Yale who wasn't involved in the study, said. "This study of HIP68468 is a post-mortem of this process happening around another star similar to our sun".
  • India rejects China's objection to President-Dalai Lama meet

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    While the Dalai Lama has had private meetings with Indian leaders, Sunday's conference was the first public event, said the political head of the Tibetan government in exile based in India's northern hill town of Dharamsala. But that India went ahead with the unprecedented - at least in recent years - meeting could mean that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is opting for seemingly bolder diplomacy with China.
  • You Can Play Nintendo Switch Early In These Six Cities

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    Yes, we've recently read that the Nintendo Switch will not be as powerful as the three-year-old Playstation 4, but the Playstation 4 isn't a hybrid console and mobile gaming system, so this makes a tremendous amount of sense. For those who were not offered a hands-on, private look at the Nintendo Switch early next year, there will still be a number of opportunities to do so before the new system launches sometime in 2017.
  • Wreaths Across America celebrated locally

    Wreaths Across America celebrated locally

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    The goal was to remember fallen veterans and honor those who served. Chris Buckley will have a story on KOLO 8 News Now this evening. Then the Wreaths Across America was found in 2007. "This is no small matter - these events are wonderful", Wolf said. National Wreaths Across America Day is a free community event open to all people.
  • Severe cold delays Saturday bird count in Topeka

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    They need only look out their window off and on throughout the day and count the birds in their yard or at their feeder. In 2015, volunteers saw 48 species and counted 3,500 individual birds. The volunteers break up into small parties and follow assigned routes, which change little from year to year, counting every bird they see. Frank Chapman, founder of Bird-Lore - which evolved into Audubon magazine - suggested an alternative to the holiday "side hunt", in which teams competed to see ...
  • Google releases the most searched terms of 2016

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    Google has released its top searches for 2016 and in true South Texas fashion the Alamo City has its own unique taste and questions. It was USA president elect Donald Trump. According to the official, the "Most Searched" terms which consistently feature website names and common terms like "weather", are not a good indication of recent search trends for many categories.
  • Moti Bagh rape: Here's how the cab driver lured the victim

    Moti Bagh rape: Here's how the cab driver lured the victim

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    Police said they had received a complaint from the Krishi Bhawan administration, which houses a few home ministry offices, about the misuse of the vehicle sticker. The accused driver had fled from the spot after leaving the auto. The owner's father works in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and is posted in Delhi.
  • 'DuckTales' lands David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck

    'DuckTales' lands David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck

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    Other favorite characters expected to make an appearance include Scrooge's butler, Duckworth, Donald's cousin, Gladstone Gander, inventor, Gyro Gearloose, superhero, Gizmoduck, and villains, Flintheart Glomgold, Magica DeSpell, and Ma Beagle and the Beagle Boys.
  • Elon Musk Added as a Strategic Adviser to Trump's Economic Forum

    Elon Musk Added as a Strategic Adviser to Trump's Economic Forum

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    Musk, Kalanick and Nooyi will add to the already 13 other members of the President's Strategic and Policy forum who, according to officials, will "meet with the President frequently to share their specific experience and knowledge as the President implements his economic agenda".
  • Media mogul Murdoch adds Sky to his empire

    Media mogul Murdoch adds Sky to his empire

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    The New York-based media conglomerate will pay $13.52 per share of Sky, which is a 36 percent premium to the closing price of shares on December 8, the company announced . Any takeover agreement should be delayed until after second phase of inquiry into press malpractice, Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown wrote to U.K.
  • GM to start autonomous vehicle manufacturing and testing in MI

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    MI recently passed legislation allowing for the testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads there. GM's initiative could prove beneficial for MI because the EV and self-driving vehicle makers have so far chosen California and a number of other states due to their favorable regulatory environment.
  • LG to Unveil Spectacular Monitor Lineup At CES 2017

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    The monitor will be able to deliver better quality image with enhanced brightness. It also has True Color Pro tech for accuracy of color reproduction. Most notably, one of the monitors will be the company's first foray into HDR displays, as we rush headlong into the future of 4K and HDR content. The 34UC99 21:9 UltraWide curved monitor comes equipped with AMD FreeSync technology, 1ms Motion Blur Reduction, Dynamic Action Sync, Black Stabilizer and other features to maximize the PC gaming ...
  • Ben Affleck Says Batman Is On Track To Shoot This Spring

    Ben Affleck Says Batman Is On Track To Shoot This Spring

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    Affleck noted that he plans to get things such as screenplay in order first and not mess up how the movie fares-even saying that he shows full respect to the past people who did the predecessors. Affleck and Garner announced their split in June 2015 after 10 years of marriage. The Oscar victor told NYT journalist that, "She's the greatest mom in the world".
  • Black Friday-style deals are back for Xbox One and PS4

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    Dolby Atmos will be supported for both games and video , and while both will be made more immersive by this type of sound, it could also have unique advantages for gamers. Still, it does at least give some legitimacy to Xbox One touting the feature, something PS4 isn't able to offer - besides the so-so PlayStation Now streaming service and the occasional HD PS2 title.
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered now has supply drops

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    Modern Warfare Remastered's December Update has also brought with it a version of Infinite Warfare's Salvage, known as "Parts". Each supply drop contains a random amount of cosmetic items that have different rarities, similarly to other shooters these days like CS:GO, Overwatch and more.
  • Super Mario Run Is Finally Here

    Super Mario Run Is Finally Here

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    Unlike the traditional Mario games , which allow you to move the portly plumber back and forth as you jump over obstacles, defeat enemies, and collect coins, Super Mario Run relies on a simple auto-run system. Many of them are what you'd expect - timed runs towards a finishing flag, with hidden secrets and areas that hide special stars and boosts, distracting you and challenging you while you race to finish in time - while some exist in a single space, allowing Mario to run out the ...
  • Microsoft Edge browser won't run Flash by default

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    The Windows 10 maker has revealed that the next generation of its Microsoft Edge web browser will block Adobe Flash by default. As the newest browser in the bunch, Edge has always taken a hands-off approach with Flash. The tooling and developer familiarity offered by Flash for this richly interactive content is still arguably superior than that on offer to most HTML5 developers, and it's not now clear quite how this gap will be addressed.