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This excuse is pathetic nonsense for many reasons, one of the clearest being the fact that less than 48 hours before she called the snap election she was blabbering on delusionally about how the nation was coming together to back her plans for to march the United Kingdom of a hard Brexit cliff edge.
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    That's right, that's an attach rate of 102% for the Switch, which is both impressive and amusing. This is not very surprising, as the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is one of the biggest games that is available for the Nintendo Switch at the time of launch and the attach rate between the console and this game is nearly one to one.
  • Mayor finds closure in death of Facebook suspect

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    After a brief pursuit, he pulled over, and as officers approached the vehicle, he took his own life, authorities said. After pursuing Stephens, he apparently stopped the auto and took his own life. He told her he was "shooting people" because he was "mad with his girlfriend". Williams said at a news conference on Tuesday morning that authorities received more than 400 tips across the country after appealing to the public for help in their hunt.
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    Meet the new Google Earth, launching on mobile and desktop this week

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    If you want to go off the beaten trail, there's an " I'm feeling lucky " button. Through select partnerships with "storytellers, scientists, and nonprofits", Google Earth now offers interactive tours through Voyager . Google Earth has been around for over a decade now, allowing us to explore the world in a way we could not have imagined. In an event at the Whitney Museum of Art in New York City today, Google took the wraps off the new Earth project for Android and Chrome.
  • Steve Stephens dead: 'We have closure'

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    During the annual F8 developers conference on Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg'made a cursory mention of a murder video posted to Facebook, saying the company would do everything to prevent such tragedies. The officer closest to the vehicle "just shook his head", she said. "They had their guns out but when he shook his head, they lowered their guns". Surveillance cameras captured police pursuing Stephens.
  • Mulling law for online data protection, Centre tells Supreme Court

    Mulling law for online data protection, Centre tells Supreme Court

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    Sikri, Amitava Roy, A.M. Khanwilkar and M. Shantanagoudar. The issue of privacy involving such social media platforms had emerged as a major reason for the apex court to refer the case to a Constitution Bench. Senior Advocate Harish Salve , who appeared for the petitioner, assailed the privacy policy of the applications in question, detailing the ways in which sensitive information was leaked to third parties, often without the knowledge of the user.
  • Google Earth gets revival with tools for exploration

    Google Earth gets revival with tools for exploration

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    There are, though, two headline new features ... The rumors about its renewal had been heard for a few years now, and finally it was today that Google released its new version of Google Earth, with improvements in image quality and navigation and now it can even be accessed through Web.