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Jimmy pulls his junk heap of an vehicle up to the nail salon where he operates his law practice, gets out and collects his mail. "We try to callback to "Breaking Bad" every now and then, on " Better Call Saul " and that can mean anything from the appearance of a prop...or characters [from] Breaking Bad ", said creator Vince Gilligan.
  • Uber Will Deliver Puppies to Your Door for $30

    Uber Will Deliver Puppies to Your Door for $30

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    This will bring up a PUPPIES option on the slider menu where you usually choose between ride options. What's even better, fans can also give the puppies a forever home.   According to Animal Planet, the network collaborated with 44 different animal shelters and rescue organizations from across the U.S.to fill the rosters of #TeamRuff and #TeamFluff with adoptable players for this epic matchup.
  • Microsoft set to purchase third-party keyboard SwiftKey for US$250 million

    Microsoft set to purchase third-party keyboard SwiftKey for US$250 million

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    The company would be the latest United Kingdom artificial intelligence (AI) firm to be bought up by a U.S. tech giant. It's picked up the email app Acompli, to-do list Wunderlist calendar app Sunrise, all for the benefit of Outlook. It's highly unlikely that the company needs more keyboard apps. It's a purchase that would make total sense for Microsoft-Swiftkey's natural-language AI is an ideal fit with Cortana , and Microsoft also has this slightly freakish habit of making free, useful ...
  • Elon Musk reinvests in Tesla

    Elon Musk reinvests in Tesla

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    The company's upcoming Model 3 , likely its " most profound car " so far, could make the most compelling case for EVs yet, but that's if the Chevy Bolt EV doesn't steal Tesla Motors' thunder. Automakers produce about 90 million cars each year, but less than 2 percent of those are electric vehicles, said Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk in Hong Kong last week.
  • Cashing In On The Pilot's Success — Honda Ridgeline

    Cashing In On The Pilot's Success — Honda Ridgeline

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    Torque News is anxious to put one to the test, lockable bed-trunk loaded, with rear entertainment speakers blasting. Directed by Bryan Buckley of production house Hungry Man, Adweek reports the ad promotes the new Ridgeline's truck-bed audio system, which uses so-called "exciters" to turn the whole bed into a giant outdoor speaker.
  • It's Groundhog Day and the Verdict Is…

    It's Groundhog Day and the Verdict Is…

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    A hundred and thirty years after its initial celebration, the groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil didn't see his shadow on Tuesday, so winter ends early this year, according to the legend. As tradition states, that means an early spring is in our future. It is uncertain how a groundhog got the role of predicting weather, but Phil has been participating in Groundhog Day since 1886 and about 40 other Phil's by our count.
  • Hidden Lion Population Discovered in Ethiopia

    Hidden Lion Population Discovered in Ethiopia

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    Though in the southern part of the continent, lion populations are stable and in some places growing. One of the reasons that were given as to why lions had not previously been verified as living in Ethiopia's Alatash National Park is because not many people ever visit the region.
  • Sanders unhappy at Clinton's 'tone' as attacks mount

    Sanders unhappy at Clinton's 'tone' as attacks mount

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    The 2016 presidential contenders are begging their Iowa supporters to get to the caucuses Monday and Donald Trump, true to form, is in-your-face about it. Clinton's campaign has already said that it raised $37 million in the final three months of the year for the primaries, while a super-PAC supporting her, Priorities USA, said that it had raised nearly $10 million in January.
  • Microsoft (MSFT) Surging on Cloud Strength and Q2 Estimates Beats

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    The company has also pledged to use $6.5 billion for share buybacks to return value to its investors. By the estimates of most analysts, Microsoft comes in second place for the most prominent segment of the market for cloud services, wherein storage and other service are being rented out to clients from data centers, behind Amazon.
  • Cruz wins Iowa caucuses for the GOP

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    On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are deadlocked in a tight race. It was also a harsh blow to Trump, the supremely confident real estate mogul who has riled the Republican field for months with controversial statements about women and minorities.
  • Madden Super Bowl 50 simulation predicts Panthers vs. Broncos Winner

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    It will be the 13th year that the company has run the simulator and, thus far, it has been correct on picking a victor nine times. No one knew it at the time, but that would be Elway's last game of his Pro Football Hall of Fame career. Also , the Broncos were involved in a minor bus crash after practice. "We are going to teach the executive director of the Denver Rescue Mission how to do that Cam Newton pose".
  • Ted Cruz upsets Trump, projected victor of Republican Iowa Caucus

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    Clinton, the former secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady, had been expected to cruise to victory in Iowa and beyond. "They lock the doors, you can't get in", says Cook County Commissioner Chuy Garcia. Cruz is flying from Cedar Rapids to Des Moines to join those celebrating his win. Republican Party officials say they expect a record turnout Monday, and that may bode well for Trump.
  • Black History Month theme highlights African American historic places

    Black History Month theme highlights African American historic places

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    The Happy Black Woman Podcast will feature a series of interviews with 29 successful black women entrepreneurs throughout the month of February for Black History Month 2016 called "29 Black Women Entrepreneurs". All events, with the exception of the Unity Luncheon and Dreamgirls , are free for MTSU students. On Saturday, February 6 from 2 - 4 p.m., his topic is "Racial Sensitivity and Tolerance: Does The People of Color Appellation Undermine Affirmative Action?" "Motown Get Down" - 7 ...
  • Microsoft focuses on its secret weapon for growth in the cloud

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    Ms. Hood said Thursday that 30% of all search revenue derived from Windows 10 devices, meaning the platform is contributing at least $300 million to Microsoft's search business. Though we think Microsoft has some tricky hurdles to clear in navigating what is largely a cyclical business, its footprint across the device market remains significant from both a hardware and a software perspective.
  • Bing, Surface Generate $2.3 Billion in Q2 For Microsoft

    Bing, Surface Generate $2.3 Billion in Q2 For Microsoft

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    Analysts predicted Redmond would report sales of $25.3 billion, a decline from $26.5 billion in the same period one year prior, and $0.71 earnings per share. The cloud division, which includes Azure, grew revenue by 5% to $6.3 billion (£4.3 billion) and the company managed to see a smaller decline in its revenue from Windows sales than Wall Street expected.
  • Will your Xbox One be getting Superhot?

    Will your Xbox One be getting Superhot?

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    Grab the weapons of the fallen to be able to slice, shoot and maneuver through a Matrix-style hail of bullets. They shared a brand new trailer for the game (which also has confirmation of the title's release date), which you can see for yourself below.
  • Trump, Rubio rise in Iowa poll; Cruz, Carson slip

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    Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side. Donald Trump is ahead of Texas Sen. Only about half had a positive impression of field-leader Trump , 65% had a positive take on Cruz, and less than half said they would enthusiastically back Trump should he become the party's nominee.
  • 12-year-old girl stuck, killed near Elmont school

    12-year-old girl stuck, killed near Elmont school

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    They have not identified the driver, who stopped about 200 feet from the accident scene, but police spokesman Det. Police said the girl was jaywalking and didn't have a light. Hoang. Police had the road shut down for several hours during their investigation. The incident happened in front of Martin de Porres School at 621 Elmont Avenue when a tan or gold-colored SUV hit the 12-year-old 7th grade student.
  • Microsoft Profit Tops Expectations

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    Microsoft (MSFT) this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue and profit that topped analysts' expectations, citing growth once again in its cloud computing operations, despite foreign exchange effects. Revenue in the business that includes Windows fell 5 per cent to US$12.7 billion. "One thing we're noticing is that with anyone who moves to the cloud, there is a real opportunity for us to expand to multiple workloads over time", said Nadella on the call.
  • Lawyers Record Ammon Bundy's Voice in Bid to End Occupation

    Lawyers Record Ammon Bundy's Voice in Bid to End Occupation

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    Four holdouts are still occupying Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. " 'His lieutenants in this were also either picked up or they fled, ' Sepulvado says". "I think before we leave, every single one of the people involved in this operation should be pardoned". Bretzing said he knew the incident and ongoing occupation at the refuge was hard on the community.
  • Microsoft Stocks Jump As Cloud Computing, Surface Divisions Continue To Grow

    Microsoft Stocks Jump As Cloud Computing, Surface Divisions Continue To Grow

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    Overall, Microsoft reported net income of $6.3 billion on non-GAAP fourth-quarter revenue of $25.7 billion. Azure revenues are up 140 percent in constant currency, with the entire server division growing by 10 percent. However, revenue growth within the company's More Personal Computing business declined by 5% to $12.7 billion for the quarter. One thing to note about Microsoft's earnings report is the decline of its smartphone business, with revenue falling by 49 percent.
  • Scientists may have found a new planet in our solar system

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    The paper has been peer-reviewed by Alessandro Morbidelli, a planetary dynamicist at the Nice Observatory in France, who said in a statement that the pair made a "very solid argument" and that he is "quite convinced by the existence of a distant planet".
  • Donald Trump says he's picking Broncos over Panthers in Super Bowl 50

    Donald Trump says he's picking Broncos over Panthers in Super Bowl 50

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    MT on Monday Night. Certainly, that is in the back of the Panthers minds as they head into next Sunday's Super Bowl 50 match against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos . Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman, who recently had knee surgery, slowly climbed the stairs to the plane in Charlotte , helped by a crutch. Manning, who regained his starting job this month after missing the Broncos' final seven starts while dealing with a torn plantar fascia near his left heel, was so ...
  • Bernie Sanders Challenges Hillary To Three New Debates

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    ET Wednesday. The network, in a sarcastically worded statement, said it had learned from a "secret back channel" that the leaders of Iran and Russian Federation planned to treat Trump unfairly if elected. Obama has promised not to intervene in the Democratic primary until a nominee is picked, he clearly appeared to be leaning in favor of Mrs. Clinton in his interview with Politico , describing her as "wicked smart".
  • Microsoft is bringing its Windows Phone keyboard to the iPhone

    Microsoft is bringing its Windows Phone keyboard to the iPhone

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    Usually, a public testing implies that the official release is no more than a few months away, but Microsoft did not specify when the port will be finished. The built-in keyboard of Lumia smartphones is arguably one of the best there is. Personally, there isn't an iOS keyboard that would get my mind off the stock one due to its simplistic design and minimalist features.
  • Visceral Games' Star Wars Title Still a few Years Away from Release

    Visceral Games' Star Wars Title Still a few Years Away from Release

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    It's possible we won't see the sequel to Star Wars Battlefront until late 2017 at the earliest. This is also the reason why Clone Wars era maps and characters do not make an appearance in this game either. Don't forget that Visceral Games continues to work on a yet to be named and secret Star Wars game headed up by Amy Hennig, which could be set during the newer time period as well.
  • Murray and Soares claim Australian Open crown

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    I played five finals. He has beaten Murray in three of those finals (2011, 2013 and 2015) and also beat him in the semi-finals in 2012. Murray added that he has to believe in himself and develop his plans well. Winning tennis matches never looks like a walk in the park for Murray but for much of the contest against the Canadian, he, at least, had some justification for the tortured grimaces and explosions of anger that followed every setback.
  • Big Garden Birdwatch: Thousands expected to join RSPB weekend

    Big Garden Birdwatch: Thousands expected to join RSPB weekend

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    The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch tracks species such as starlings and song thrushes, which have declined by 80% and 70% since the survey began in 1979. The more people that take part in the survey, the more detailed this wildlife snapshot will be and the better chance conservationists stand of identifying specific species which may be at risk and actively help them before it's too late.