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Watch the eclipse without these shades and you could go blind

Watch the eclipse without these shades and you could go blind

Burlington, Ky . - The Boone County Public Library will be handing out 1,000 pairs of eclipse glasses beginning at 12:00 p.m. "It'll go across the entire country in totality in one hour and 33 min...

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Google Allo's Web Client Is Now Rolling Out for Android Users

Google Allo's Web Client Is Now Rolling Out for Android Users

It should be noted that this is not a standalone web portal for the Allow messaging service (like we saw with Hangouts). As the site explains, Allo "learns if you're more of a "haha" or "lol" person...

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Study finds massive volcano range hidden in Antarctica's ice

Study finds massive volcano range hidden in Antarctica's ice

The results were then compared with satellite and database records and geological information from other aerial surveys. They have not determined if the volcanoes are active or not, but the awareness ...

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Details of long-range Tesla Model 3 emerge

Details of long-range Tesla Model 3 emerge

The company receives about 1,800 net orders a day for its mass-market electric vehicle, Musk told investors on Wednesday, putting total net reservations at 455,000. Tesla is locked in to a take-o...

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Australian teen's feet, legs bloodied by mystery sea creatures

Australian teen's feet, legs bloodied by mystery sea creatures

The father of a teen who was bitten by mystery sea critters at a Melbourne beach has posted a graphic video of the lice devouring raw steak. Mr Kanizay said by the time Sam returned to hi...

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Russian Federation says European Union sanctions over Siemens turbine disputes groundless

Russian Federation says European Union sanctions over Siemens turbine disputes groundless

The move means that a total of 153 people and 40 entities like companies have been sanctioned over Russia's destabilization of Ukraine . The machines were then illegally sent to a power project and...

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Venezuela showdown looms over contested new assembly

Venezuela showdown looms over contested new assembly

Maduro, who has said he will use the assembly to punish his opponents, planned to attend the opening session. In a sign of its apparent demoralized state only a few hundred demonstrators showed up f...

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British model drugged, stuffed in bag and 'auctioned as sex slave'

British model drugged, stuffed in bag and 'auctioned as sex slave'

The kidnapper was captured by police while he was accompanying the model to the British Consulate in Milan . He was jailed for investigation of suspected kidnapping for extortion purposes. But re...

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How to know your eclipse glasses are safe

The eclipse begins at 9:11 a.m. with the maximum eclipse at 10:25 a.m., and will finish at 11:46 a.m. Refreshments will be served. While the eclipse's path of totality on August 21 will pass throu...

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Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US

Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US

The bill would affect a range of Russian industries and might further hurt the Russian economy, already weakened by 2014 sanctions imposed after the Ukraine crisis. But rejecting it could lead to an e...

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Teen accused of livestreaming deadly vehicle crash set to appear in court

Teen accused of livestreaming deadly vehicle crash set to appear in court

Obdulia Sanchez, 18, remains in the Merced County Jail facing several criminal charges including DUI. Sanchez was driving Friday night while streaming on Instagram Livewhen she lost control of her v...

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Samsung Q2 chip sales are $15.7bn

Samsung Q2 chip sales are $15.7bn

Intel, which reports its quarterly earnings later Thursday, is expected to report $14.4 billion in quarterly revenue. That demand, coupled with a tight supply, has seen the price of memory chips shoot...

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Adobe is Finally Killing Flash

Adobe is Finally Killing Flash

One of the web's oldest - and sometimes maligned - names, Adobe Flash, finally has an expiration date. Today usage is only 17 percent and continues to decline. When the iPad first launched as a "con...

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Amazing Grace hits first 62 in a major at The Open

Miller, who won the British Open at Birkdale in 1976, was in the NBC booth on Saturday to call Grace's gem. Jordan Spieth led at the halfway stage at six-under and he quickly improved to -7 for ...

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands PvP arrives autumn - Beta starting soon

Ghost Recon: Wildlands PvP arrives autumn - Beta starting soon

Not a whole lot of information regarding Ghost War is known right now, including the date of when the open beta goes live although Ubisoft has said it will be during the summer. While the mode isn...

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GE's latest earnings are a last-chance showing for its CEO

GE's latest earnings are a last-chance showing for its CEO

GE has been under pressure to cut expenses after missing profit goals but Friday's results are a sign that the company is headed toward a successful turnaround. He also is "taking a hard look at our...

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Facebook working on way to charge for reading news articles

Facebook working on way to charge for reading news articles

And that idea could become a reality as early as October, according to Campbell Brown who heads up the social network's new partnerships business. Facebook confirmed Brown's remarks, which were r...

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Google's courageous new friendless feed

Google's courageous new friendless feed

But not anymore as Google has today announced a critical update to the Play Store that will add a section called "Editorial Pages". If you don't like the topic of a card Google posted to your ...

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The OnePlus 5 has a bug that could actually kill people

The OnePlus 5 has a bug that could actually kill people

Users in the United Kingdom are also reporting that trying to dial emergency services in that country (999) also results in a reboot. Apparently the OnePlus 5 might reboot if you dial emergency serv...

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Apple previews upcoming emoji for World Emoji Day

There are also some new additions to the animal world with a dinosaur emoji and a not-so extinct zebra . Emojis have gained vast popularity during online conversations, so much so companies h...

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Amazon to Launch its Own Messaging App: Anytime

Amazon to Launch its Own Messaging App: Anytime

We don't know. It will offer encryption , voice and video call functionality, sticks, easier group chats, and more. Will be "private and secure" by encrypting important messages, such as bank accou...

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Stocks notch new record on Fed hopes and weak economic data

Stocks notch new record on Fed hopes and weak economic data

Retail sales dropped 0.2 percent last month. It's not usually a market mover but with so much attention on inflation at the moment, this report could be an exception. Investors saw the remarks as a si...

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People who drink coffee live longer, say studies

People who drink coffee live longer, say studies

Similar results were reported by American scientists who conducted a separate investigation, recruiting 185,855 participants from different ethnic backgrounds. We're taking this as permission to pour ...

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Singapore stocks drop ahead of Yellen's testimony

The dollar .DXY ground higher against most major currencies, including to a four-month high of 114.43 yen JPY= as traders played the past fortnight's 25 basis-point rise in US government bond yields a...

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Sky Sports to launch channel dedicated to golf

Sky Sports to launch channel dedicated to golf

Sky Sports' response to this is markedly different from existing multi-sport OTT products such as DAZN - available in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Japan - and Discovery's Eurosport Player, eve...

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