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NeoPhotonics Corporation develops, manufactures and markets optoelectronic products that transmit, receive and switch digital optical signals for communications networks. Leibman Maya also sold $1.13M worth of Anglo American plc (LON:AAL) shares. 321.61 million shares or 0.07% more from 321.39 million shares in 2016Q3 were reported.
  • HTC gives us a glimpse of what's next for Edge Sense

    HTC gives us a glimpse of what's next for Edge Sense

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    Certain apps can be opened, and photos taken. However this video shows what HTC thinks Edge Sense can do within apps; like the action it now performs within the camera app - long squeezing flips from the front-facing camera to rear-facing shooter, and a short squeeze snaps a photo.
  • South Africa supports mediation to resolve Gulf crisis

    South Africa supports mediation to resolve Gulf crisis

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    Qatar said the official news agency which reported the comments was hacked - and on June 6, United States officials told CNN that U.S. investigators believe Russian hackers were behind it. "Our assumption is that these countries can make efforts in line with settling tension and restoring peace and stability to the region through dialogue and a positive procedure given the situation in the region", ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said in a press conference.
  • Verizon Closes $4.5B Yahoo Acquisition, Marissa Mayer Resigns

    Verizon Closes $4.5B Yahoo Acquisition, Marissa Mayer Resigns

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    As expected, the merger also means that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has resigned from the company, given "inherent changes to her role". "Verizon wishes Mayer well in her future endeavors", the company said in a release. "Our JV partners own and operate one of the world's largest digital advertising businesses and we look forward to driving home this leadership in local and global best content, technology and innovation", Mr Burnette said in a statement.
  • The Washington Redskins Just Got Legal Help From A Rock Band

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    The case at hand involves Simon Tam , an Asian-American musician and political activist who named his rock band " The Slants " in an attempt to take back a term that once directed as an insult. The Washington football team's case, however, is moving on a separate track. Redskins owner Dan Snyder , who once vowed in ALL-CAPS to never change the team's name, again embraced uppercase in expressing himself.
  • Uber's CEO and cofounder Travis Kalanick steps down

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    In an interview with Bloomberg Television just before Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was ousted , Sandberg said that all of Uber's crises, many of which centered around a company culture that facilitated harassment and gender inequality, were "super troubling".
  • Remains Of Tropical Storm Cindy To Affect Our Area

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    Storms also downed trees in the Florida Panhandle. At worst, the storm could flood neighborhoods outside the city's levee system and cause flash flooding even in protected areas. Stephen Arthur said witnesses reported the 10-year-old boy from Missouri was standing outside a condominium in Fort Morgan when the log, carried in by a large wave, struck him.
  • United Nations refugee report warns South Sudan could be next Syria

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    Since violence erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, more than 1.8 million people, including more than one million children have arrived in neighbouring countries. "Uganda has a progressive and generous open door policy to refugees providing better prospects for refugee children than in many contexts globally", said Pakkala, expressing hope that such a model is supported widely across countries.
  • Man Visits Disneyland 2000 Times In a Row

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    A man "marked a milestone of Super Hero proportions" on Thursday when he visited Disneyland for the 2,000th consecutive day, the resort announced. He had initially meant to end his daily visits after a year, but chose to keep the streak going.