April 14, 2017

Month: April 2017

Apple signs deal to provide NHL coaches with iPads

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Apple has signed a deal to give iPads to NHL coaches and referees, the Associated Press reports, allowing them to monitor specific game footage and check officiating decisions. The deal sees the arenas of the 16 playoff teams outfitted with iPad Pro tablets — three to each bench — as well as Macs for video […]

Stephen King mocks James Patterson for writing his own praise

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Everyone has their own little manners self-promotion, but James Patterson’s seems particularly bold. Though he may be the world’s best-selling author, Patterson recently raised a few eyebrows in the literary world when the promotional material for his latest book, The Black Book, seemed to quote none other than the man himself. Underneath a giant red […]

The Chicken Connoisseur signs book deal with Blink Publishing

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Elijah Quashie — better known as ‘The Chicken Connoisseur’ — has reportedly signed a book deal with Blink Publishing. The 23-year-old, who hosts the YouTube show The Pengest Munch and heralds from Tottenham, will release In Search of the Nation’s 50 Favourite Chicken Establishments later this year. Quashie’s show went viral in December last year […]

Tesla will reveal the finished Model 3 in July

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Good news for the people who are waiting to get a glimpse of the final Tesla Model 3 Company is going to reveal its most affordable electric vehicle on this July. Elon Musk, CEO of the Tesla, make the announcement on the Twitter. Production has been on track to begin during the summer months for […]

Uber accused of ignoring drunk driver complaints in California

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Troubles keep following Uber!!! Another state of California fined the ride hailing company over failing to look into rider complaints of drivers. The state is known for its zero-tolerance policy for intoxicated drivers. California Public Utilities Commission found that uber failed to take action in at least 149 complaints during August 2014 to August 2015, […]

Russia blocks protest app for refusing to share data

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On Thursday, Russia blocked its 400,000 citizens from using Zello messaging app in the country. Over the Ban, Zello Company’s CEO Bill Moore wrote in a blog posts “Information distribution brokers” like the app to store its user and conversation data — for every user, worldwide — in Russia and make it available to the […]

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Murray: Federer very capable of winning at Roland Garros

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The 35-year-old Federer has had a remarkable 2017 season so far by winning the Australian Open and then the Masters titles at Indian Wells and Miami, having spent six months on the sidelines recovering from injury in 2016. After winning the Miami title in early April, the 18-time grand slam winner said that he would […]

Researchers are breeding fluorescent bacteria to uncover landmines

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One of the many tragedies of war are the dangers that persist long after conflicts formally end — dangers like abandoned minefields peppered with active, deadly ordnance. Buried landmines threaten the lives of ordinary people near former battlefields all over the world, and disarming them has always been a dangerous effort. Now, researchers at the […]

Donald Trump ‘very proud’ after dropping ‘Mother of All Bombs’ on Afghanistan

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Donald Trump has said he was “very proud of” dropping the “mother of all bombs” on Afghanistan. US command used a cargo plane to drop the the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the American military in Nangarhar province near the Pakistan border – a remote area where members of an Isis affiliate were operating. White House Press […]
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