• Confederations Cup: Germany reach semis as referee needs VAR double-take
Confederations Cup: Germany reach semis as referee needs VAR double-take

After a VAR review saw Ernest Mabouka eventually sent off for a high tackle on Emre Can after Sebastien Siani was initially mistakenly dismissed, Germany quickly extended their lead through Werner's first worldwide goal. Chile , on the other hand were up against a spirited Australia side. Cameroon fielded the same team for the third g...

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  • Pokemon GO Players Are Fighting Gym Raids Against Magikarp, Of All Monsters
Pokemon GO Players Are Fighting Gym Raids Against Magikarp, Of All Monsters

In any case, if you've hit, say, level 20 but not 25, this should give you some additional motivation to get out there and rack up some XP so you can play in Raid Battles this summer. Opposing players can battle these Pokemon in the order they were assigned to the Gym. Judging from discussions online, it seems that Magikarp is an easy fight; ...

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  • Honor 8 Pro First Look
Honor 8 Pro First Look

This worldwide expansion kicked off about three years ago, and has seen a slew of budget-friendly Honor handsets launched in the United Kingdom since then. Honor 8 Pro comes with 12 Megapixel primary and 12 Megapixel secondary rear camera with dual-LED flash and Phase Detection AutoFocus. However, the technology used behind the two sensors is entir...

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  • PM Modi arrives in Washington
PM Modi arrives in Washington

But the H-1B visa has become a very sensitive subject under Trump, who has repeatedly accused tech companies in the USA of using the program to replace Americans with cheaper foreign workers. China is closely following the outcomes of the visit. A focus on commerce rather than geopolitics may come as a relief to traditionally nonaligned India.

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  • Intel Hyperthreading Bug Unearthed In Kaby Lake And Skylake Processors
Intel Hyperthreading Bug Unearthed In Kaby Lake And Skylake Processors

Henrique de Moraes Holschuh, who authored the Debian post, notes that all operating systems, not only Linux, are subject to the bug. The affected components are any Skylake or Kaby Lake processors that were released after September 2015.

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  • Ed Sheeran forced to defend Glastonbury set
Ed Sheeran forced to defend Glastonbury set

Despite more than 2,500 people pledging £310,000 to the online fundraising site Crowdfunder, a campaign to bring the band to Cornwall didn't succeed two years ago. "Now I love Adele , but guess what?" The hour-long set concluded with Perry diving head first into the crowd as yellow confetti rained down. A MAMMOTH clean up operation has got und...

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  • Sonic Mania vinyl album announced
Sonic Mania vinyl album announced

It is packaged in a heavyweight gatefold sleeve with UV spot varnish, along with a printed inner sleeve featuring characters from the game. If you're not already sold on this awesome product, you can try before you buy - because part of the new Sonic Mania soundtrack has been released on SoundCloud to give you a sample of what you can expect fr...

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  • Sochi loved Cameroon despite falling to Germany
Sochi loved Cameroon despite falling to Germany

Referee Wilmar Roldan, shows the red card to Cameroon's Ernest Mabouka, left, during the Confederations Cup , Group B soccer match between Germany and Cameroon, at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia , Sunday June 25, 2017 . Germany's victory ensured they topped the group and will now welcome Mexico to Sochi for the semi-final on Thursday w...

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  • US Supreme Court partly reinstates Donald Trump's travel ban
US Supreme Court partly reinstates Donald Trump's travel ban

The Supreme Court on Monday set a hearing on the Trump administration's controversial travel ban for October. The justices said that the travel ban will go into effect "with respect to foreign nationals who lack any bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States".

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  • Broos says Cameroon are living on past successes
Broos says Cameroon are living on past successes

Federation Internationale de Football Association officials will have been alarmed when Colombian referee Wilmar Roldan initially sent the wrong player off, Sebastien Siani , on the advice of the video assistant referee before the decision was quickly corrected.

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  • Not a single blot of corruption against my government: Modi
Not a single blot of corruption against my government: Modi

Welcoming the CEOs, Prime Minister Modi said that the world is focussed on India's economy. While Indian firms and techies are often criticised for the loss of investments and job opportunities in US, Modi in the piece has subtly said that the Indian firms and investment are key for the rejuvenation of US industrial power.

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  • Nyko's Nintendo Switch Dock is Teeny-Tiny, Won't Scratch the Screen
Nyko's Nintendo Switch Dock is Teeny-Tiny, Won't Scratch the Screen

The recent re-release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Switch saw it immediately jump to the consoles number 1 seller . However, that hasn't stopped some gamers from thinking of ways to try and improve the console, such as one Switch user who has created a fantastic portable Nintendo Switch dock out of an old Game Boy Advance SP.

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  • Arms update 1.1 adds spectator mode and LAN support in docked mode
Arms update 1.1 adds spectator mode and LAN support in docked mode

ARMS has been out for over a week now, and the first main update for the game has been rolled out today. When more information on this update is released , Nintendo Enthusiast will have it covered. Fixed an issue where Kid Cobra continuously charge dashes when riding the snakeboard. The remainder of the update is made up of bug fixes,...

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  • The Great Barrier Reef is Valued At 56 Billion Dollars
The Great Barrier Reef is Valued At 56 Billion Dollars

The Great Barrier Reef Foundation commissioned the Deloitte Access Economics report, which for the first time calculated the reef's economic and social value. 'This report makes it clear that the Great Barrier Reef is a treasure that is too big to fail . However, in the absence of the algae, coral turns white and "bleaches".

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  • Amazon Echo at lowest price of the year
Amazon Echo at lowest price of the year

ET, according to Amazon . Unfortunately for Amazon , Home would emerge as the superior product, at least based on the accuracy of the queries fielded in the test. As noted by 9to5Google, the tech titan spent five long years working on the robust Knowledge Graph , which, along with its "simply unmatched" internet search engine, powers Home and fe...

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  • Hurricane Dora forms in the Pacific off Mexico's coast
Hurricane Dora forms in the Pacific off Mexico's coast

The storm system is moving west-northwest further into the Pacific Ocean at a speed of 13 miles per hour. "Regardless of development or strength, downpours will increase along the coast of southern Mexico as tropical moisture streams onshore", AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Rob Miller said.

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  • SpaceX launches Bulgarian satellite on reused first stage
SpaceX launches Bulgarian satellite on reused first stage

This afternoon, it was used to launch Bulgaria's first communications satellite for TV service provider Bulsatcom. One of the few exceptions was Nasa's space shuttle, although the BBC says "the complexities of servicing the shuttle system after every flight swamped any savings".

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  • Airtel Doles Out Another Round Of 30 GB Free Data
Airtel Doles Out Another Round Of 30 GB Free Data

I am happy to share that we are expanding the data surprise by more 3 months. Airtel earlier this year had launched new worldwide roaming rates for its travelling customers to ensure that they are protected from huge bills. After Reliance Jio disrupted the Indian Telecom industry with its free offerings, other telecom operators have joined the le...

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  • Jos Buttler highlights importance of 'mental freshness' after England win
Jos Buttler highlights importance of 'mental freshness' after England win

England captain Eoin Morgan chose to rest himself for the match, a decision that initially drew criticism given this was a must-win game for England , but big-hitting Malan adapted quickly to worldwide cricket. Buttler was the stand-in captain on the day after Eoin Morgan had made the decision to drop himself and continue a trend of experiment...

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  • Takata files for bankruptcy protection
Takata files for bankruptcy protection

Takata is expected to file for a U.S. Chapter 11-style bankruptcy protection procedure, along with a similar filing in the United States , sources have told Reuters . Takata made the filing with the Tokyo District Court, the firm said in a statement, as trading in Takata shares was suspended at the opening of the stock market today after a ...

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  • Recalled: Russia's controversial USA ambassador stepping down
Recalled: Russia's controversial USA ambassador stepping down

A month ago, several media outlets reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin had considered transferring Kislyak to a United Nations (UN) position in NY, either at Russia's Permanent Mission to the UN or at a head position for a new UN counter-terrorism office.

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  • Malan leads England to series win over South Africa
Malan leads England to series win over South Africa

After winning the opening game with a crushing nine-wicket victory in Southampton , the Proteas levelled the series on Friday night after securing a thrilling three-run victory in Taunton . "I think some of our senior players will draw a lot of confidence from those experiences and will help the youngsters quite a bit on how to handle the kind of ...

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  • Pyne is 'not fair dinkum', Abbott says
Pyne is 'not fair dinkum', Abbott says

Former Abbott chief of staff Peta Credlin has told SKY NEWS she was most shocked by the comments Mr Pyne made about voting against Tony Abbott while he was Prime Minister. "I think it might even be sooner than everyone thinks. The only party standing in the way of people having their say on this issue is the Labor Party".

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  • Felice Herrig earns third straight win with lopsided victory over Justine Kish
Felice Herrig earns third straight win with lopsided victory over Justine Kish

Justine Kish's third UFC bout will be one she'll be keen to forget about as quickly as possible. Herrig ended up on her back, but they stood back up eventually. Kish lands some nice shots of her own in response. Kish reversed her opponent. Herrig won in a unanimous decision, although the previously undefeated Kish did an admirable job of wrigglin...

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  • Tesla could create its own music streaming service
Tesla could create its own music streaming service

So it's a curious thing when electric auto maker Tesla Motors decides it may want to offer its own streaming music option to customers. While MobiPicker cannot independently verify the authenticity of these claims as of yet, a report by the website Recode .net states that Tesla is probably planning to start a web radio service along the line...

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  • A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill
A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill

Five Republican senators have announced they will not support the bill, which is created to repeal and replace Obamacare, in its current form. Cassidy also said he still undecided about how he will vote on the measure. "What we can do is if they cannot get 50 votes, if they get to impasse, I've been telling leadership for months now I'll vote...

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  • Great Barrier Reef priceless no more: wonder worth $56b
Great Barrier Reef priceless no more: wonder worth $56b

The livelihoods and businesses it supports across Australia far exceeds the numbers supported by many industries we would consider too big to fail , ' says the report, prepared for the Great Barrier Reef Foundation . Of the 1,000 Australians, 44 percent said it was the biggest threat, along with 46 percent of the global respondents singling it ...

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  • Ricciardo takes shock victory in wacky Baku
Ricciardo takes shock victory in wacky Baku

Yet despite his 10-second stop-and-go penalty - after the stewards in Baku deemed Vettel's actions to be risky - the German still managed to extend his title lead to 14 points after Hamilton was forced into an unscheduled pit stop when his headrest came loose.

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  • Smiles, scenes from 2017 NYC Pride March
Smiles, scenes from 2017 NYC Pride March

Pride rallies have been organised for the last 13 years in Istanbul . Parade organizers said members of Alperen were among those detained by police. Lara Ozlen from the Gay Pride organising committee told AFP news agency: "It is obvious that a peaceful march is part of our constitutional right".

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  • Mario Balotelli signs new deal with Nice
Mario Balotelli signs new deal with Nice

Nice confirm that Italy striker Mario Balotelli has signed a contract extension at the Ligue 1 club. The length of the contract remains a mystery as Nice didn't reveal how many years will run on Balotelli's new deal, however his salary is believed to have decreased to make him more affordable for the club.

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  • Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in F1 crash row
Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in F1 crash row

Told of the penalty, Vettel twice asked his team what he had done to warrant it, while Hamilton argued with (race director) Charlie Whiting that the punishment wasn't enough. "It is a misjudgement from him and some people don't like to own up to their own mistakes". "He brake-tested me!" an angry Vettel said over auto radio, while Hamilton ar...

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  • Ricciardo wins Azerbaijan GP after Hamilton-Vettel collision
Ricciardo wins Azerbaijan GP after Hamilton-Vettel collision

With another victory on Sunday, Hamilton could overtake Vettel in the championship tally. The safety vehicle came out three times in quick succession before a red flag stopped the grand prix near the midway point - lap 22 of 51 - because debris littered the track.

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  • Ricciardo wins chaotic Azerbaijan GP; Canadian Stroll makes podium
Ricciardo wins chaotic Azerbaijan GP; Canadian Stroll makes podium

The Mercedes man only clinched second place at the very finish line side to side with Lance Stroll , the Williams driver who has now become the youngest rookie to win a podium, he is 18. Vettel was consequently struck with a ten second penalty. Bottas was forced back into the pits for a new wing while Raikkonen continued to run in P5.

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  • Another Lawmaker Says No to Trump's Healthcare Bill
Another Lawmaker Says No to Trump's Healthcare Bill

As Republicans scrambled Sunday to wrangle enough votes to pass health care reform legislation, USA president Donald Trump - in an unusual bid to reach out to his political opponents - urged Democrats to support bill. Insurance companies would be allowed to increase executive salaries while significantly raising premiums for older adults and peop...

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  • Ricciardo Wins Azerbaijan Grand Prix
Ricciardo Wins Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Unfortunately, I lost second place to Valterri, who came by very fast and caught me right at the end". I feel there was a lot of fun this weekend. Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes came second after overcoming a first-lap collision with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.

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