• Apple faces federal probe over its iPhone-throttling software updates

    Apple faces federal probe over its iPhone-throttling software updates

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    Shares of the company fell 1.3 percent to $165.87 in early afternoon trading in NY. This isn't the only backlash Apple is facing for its throttling of older iPhones 6, 6S and SE handsets. Due to the whole battery slowdown saga, Apple is facing an investigation from Italy's antitrust organisation, a multitude of class action lawsuits from disgruntled users and a criminal probe in France as planned obsolescence is illegal under French law.
  • Pizza for Breakfast Is Healthier Than Cereal, Says Dietitian

    Pizza for Breakfast Is Healthier Than Cereal, Says Dietitian

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    Chelsey also admits that while it may have some nutritional benefits, pizza isn't exactly what you'd call a healthy food and should not be considered a regular alternative. And many people have more than a 40g serving of cereal too. "Most cereals are sugary, carby and full of crap; they're basically like eating candy for breakfast", says Dr.
  • UN Ambassador Danon slams publication of UN settlements 'blacklist'

    UN Ambassador Danon slams publication of UN settlements 'blacklist'

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    This is a shameful act which will serve as a stain on the UNHRC forever. "We will continue to act with our allies and use all the means at our disposal to stop the publication of this disgraceful blacklist ", he added. Zeid's office deferred the report last February, saying it needed more time to establish the database. "Businesses play a central role in furthering the establishment, maintenance and expansion of Israeli settlements", the United Nations report said.
  • Obasanjo's Coalition For Nigeria Launched In Abuja

    Obasanjo's Coalition For Nigeria Launched In Abuja

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    At the launch, the ex-President was not present while but two ex-governors, Olagunsoye Oyinlola and Donald Duke, were in attendance. National Chairman of the Labour Party (LP), Abdulkarim Abdulsalam; National Chairman of the National Conscience Party (NCP), Tanko Yunusa; National Chairman of United Democratic Party (UDP) Godson Okoye; National Chairman of the Democratic People's Congress (DPC) Olusegun Peters; National Chairman of Peoples Party of Nigeria (PPN), Eyiowawa Rasak; National ...
  • 49 fentanyl deaths in northern BC previous year

    49 fentanyl deaths in northern BC previous year

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    That's up from 67 per cent in 2016. Kamloops was the anomaly past year, as every other city for which the BC Coroners Service provided data saw an increase in overdose deaths from 2016 to 2017. "Through heroic and unprecedented actions, responders on the front lines are daily saving hundreds of lives. We are going to need to think more broadly, and further out of our comfort zone, to end these tragic losses".
  • Liverpool boss Klopp branded 'ludicrous' over FA Cup TV time claims

    Liverpool boss Klopp branded 'ludicrous' over FA Cup TV time claims

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    I don't know what was afterwards, maybe the news or something. "I heard that television said it's not longer than four minutes". The correct time should have actually been seven minutes. You think that's right, that wrong, you say it, nobody listens. The debunking has continued today with a statement from the man in charge of the BT Sport coverage of the match, senior director Simon Hughes.
  • Drug Companies Shipped 20 Million Opioids To A Small West Virginia Town

    Drug Companies Shipped 20 Million Opioids To A Small West Virginia Town

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    Crypto exchange under scrutiny after massive theft MORE (R-Ore.) and ranking member Frank Pallone Jr. An investigation by the Charleston Gazette-Mail found in 2016 that nearly 800 million hydrocodone and oxycodone pills were distributed throughout the state's pharmacies from 2007 to 2012-a figure all the more astounding given that the state has only 1.8 million residents.
  • Vikings fans are choosing sides for the big game

    Vikings fans are choosing sides for the big game

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    However, you can also spot lesser-known names like Dexter Jackson for Tampa Bay in 2003 and Malcolm Smith beating out everyone from the famed Legion of Boom to claim the honor in 2014 for the Seattle Seahawks. Brady , 40, led the National Football League with 4,577 passing yards this season. Blount added that he and teammate Chris Long , the Eagles' defensive end who was also with New England previous year, have talked to their teammates repeatedly about taking advantage of this ...
  • 'Global cancer survival up, but progress uneven'

    'Global cancer survival up, but progress uneven'

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    And while deadly cancers such as lung and liver cancer still have high death rates in both high- and low-income countries, survival rates have improved in several nations. In the United States, Denmark, Sweden and Slovakia, the survival rate progressed to 80 per cent or better. Liver cancer survival increased from 11% to 27% in South Korea, and lung cancer survival increased from 8% to 20% in China.
  • Eagles Pederson ready for Belichick test in Super Bowl

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    If you're like me, then by now, you've become frustrated with almost every Super Bowl storyline . And Super Bowl LII will be no different. Carson Wentz made the rounds along Radio Row at last year's Super Bowl and promised himself he'd be back for this one.
  • Mahrez a potential Man City target before transfer window closes

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    Aymeric Laporte will make his debut for Manchester City after being named in Pep Guardiola's starting line-up to face West Brom . The EPL leader is reported to have paid Spanish club Athletic Bilbao 57 million pounds (US$80 million) for the defender, taking him past Kevin De Bruyne (55 million pounds) as its record signing.
  • FDA calls for packaging change to opioid antidiarrheal to limit overdose risk

    FDA calls for packaging change to opioid antidiarrheal to limit overdose risk

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    Loperamide is utilized when treating temporary indicators of diarrhea , including Traveler's diarrhea, a gastrointestinal tract disorder that commonly induces loose stools and stomach cramps. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is requesting manufacturers using a common psychiatric medication to change the way in which the medication is packed, as a portion of attempts to deter its misuse amid the opioid outbreak from the States.
  • First photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon from around the world

    First photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon from around the world

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    Say from a solstice to an equinox, every once in a while we get four full moons in that three month season and traditionally the third of those was referred to as "the blue moon ". He's deputy project scientist for NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, circling the moon since 2009. Sunrises and sunsets appear pink, red and orange because of the long distance light must travel, causing light waves to bounce in different ways, explained Thaller.
  • Ezenwa: Eagles paid, motivated and super charged for Sudan clash

    Ezenwa: Eagles paid, motivated and super charged for Sudan clash

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    Nigeria beat Angola to make it to the semi-final while Sudan dumped out Zambia to make this stage of the tournament. "The most important is not how many goals you score, but the goal that push the team on". Qualifying for the final will be a historic feat for the Nigerian team, as it will be the first time since the tournament's inception. "We have to take care of business and we have been doing that, anyone of the four teams in the semis can win the competition and all we have to do is to ...