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The 47-year-old is set to be officially appointed by the Black Cats by the end of the weekend as he brings his memorable spell as the national team boss to an end. "We wish Chris the very best of luck for the future as he returns to club management, a desire for which he has always been honest and open about".
  • Xbox One X is off to a surprisingly strong start

    Xbox One X is off to a surprisingly strong start

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    You can purchase Surface Laptop ( either i5 256GB or i7 ) with the Harman Kardon Invoke voice-activated speaker and save $199.95. The lack of exclusives at the launch seem to have been a moot point too, with third-party titles such as Call of Duty: WWII and Assassin's Creed Origins proving to be solid sales companions with the Xbox One X during the last week.
  • Venus and Jupiter will converge on the morning of 13 November

    Venus and Jupiter will converge on the morning of 13 November

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    It is, however, not the first time this celestial event has occurred. The two planets are actually over 400 million miles apart but will rise within 0.3 degrees of each other at their closest. For those watching from the UK, Venus will rise at 5:56 am and Jupiter can be seen at 5:58 am. The sun rises at 6:19am, so you'll want to be out by 5am.
  • Twitter Stops All Verification Requests After Approving Charlottesville Organizer's Account

    Twitter Stops All Verification Requests After Approving Charlottesville Organizer's Account

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    Seems like the kind of person Twitter would not want to amplify, but alas no. Anyone can apply to receive a blue check mark, but Twitter is judge, jury and executioner when it comes to who receives, or loses, the blue check. The company said no further "general" accounts would be verified, while it worked on a fix. Verifications have been "paused" until the company can resolve the "confusion".
  • Star Wars Battlefront 2 Doing Great Things With DLC Starting Next Month

    Star Wars Battlefront 2 Doing Great Things With DLC Starting Next Month

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    Things kick into high gear on December 13 . There will also be another chapter released for the single-player campaign. Because factions are all the rage these days, on December 5th Battlefront II will start urging players to pick a side (Resistance or First Order) enabling challenges that grant particular rewards.
  • US, AT&T at odds over CNN in $85B Time Warner deal

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    Speaking at the Dealbook conference in NY on Thursday, Stephenson disputed claims that he offered to sell CNN to win government approval of AT&T's pending acquisition of CNN's parent company Time Warner . When asked whether the president still personally opposes the AT&T-Time Warner deal, Conway said, "I haven't discussed that with him lately". The discussion of a potential sale of CNN has politicized the situation.
  • Nintendo Switch Hulu release is today

    Nintendo Switch Hulu release is today

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    This has been a common talking point among potential buyers of the console. Starting today, Hulu subscribers can use their Nintendo Switch to stream their favorite content from Hulu no matter where they might be. "You'll be able to enjoy both our traditional on-demand subscription as well as our Hulu with Live TV plan and watch live and on-demand programming from more than 50 of the top news, sports and entertainment channels".
  • Google Puts A Band-Aid On Pixel 2 Faults, Is It Enough?

    Google Puts A Band-Aid On Pixel 2 Faults, Is It Enough?

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    If that's truly the case, then this issue on the Pixel 2 XL can't be fixed through a software update. It is seen that Google Pixel 2 XL takes around 2.5 hours to get completely charged from a power of 15%. One user reported in Google's Pixel forum, "I'm not sure why, but the Pixel 2 XL screen flashes when unlocking (fingerprint and lock button), when the screen wakes up because of notifications, when the screen dims and the phone locks, and when manually locking".
  • Study shows sheep can recognize celebrity faces

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    Scientists say the study could help advance research of Huntington's disease , which causes humans to lose their ability to recognize faces, Sky News reported. Then, during the trials, the sheep were released into a pen where they had to discern between the familiar faces and an object or an unfamiliar face.
  • Call of Duty WWII makes over $500 million in opening weekend

    Call of Duty WWII makes over $500 million in opening weekend

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    It also set a record on the Playstation 4 for the best-selling digital full game by units sold on its first day of release. Call of Duty: WWII returns the franchise to its roots and the results are incredible, selling twice as many units in its opening weekend as past year, and setting the day one record for full-game downloads on PlayStation 4.
  • Redesigned iPad with Facial Recognition Slated for 2018

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    This is one of the big selling points for the iPhone X over its predecessors, and even though it's disappointing to hear that it won't come to next year's iPad, it's understandable given that Apple had enough trouble securing enough OLED supply for its phone, let alone much larger contrast-rich screens for this rumored tablet.
  • Facebook is asking for nude photos to fight revenge porn

    Facebook is asking for nude photos to fight revenge porn

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    They will then be asked to send the pictures they are concerned about to themselves on Messenger while the e-safety commissioner's office notifies Facebook of their submission. Will Facebook in the USA get this technology? "So if somebody tried to upload that same image, which would have the same digital footprint or hash value, it will be prevented from being uploaded", she said.