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This week, the (implied) death of Lady Olenna - aka The Queen of Thorns - took our breath away. Sound familiar? Until now, we have assumed that it could only be Jon Snow because of his parents - Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen - and because the prophecy seemed to imply that it was a male-born child of the Targaryen family.
  • Planet With Scorching Hot Atmosphere Is Crucial For Finding New Earth

    Planet With Scorching Hot Atmosphere Is Crucial For Finding New Earth

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    An artist's concept of WASP-121b. The discovery reported in the the journal Nature was made using NASA's Hubble space telescope . "We can now compare processes in exoplanet atmospheres with the same processes that happen under different sets of conditions in our own solar system", Marley said.
  • Tesla shifts focus to bring Model Y to market faster

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    Tesla did not provide an updated figure for its total waiting list. "I have them on my house, JB has them on his house", Musk said, referring to Tesla's Chief Technology Officer J.B. Tesla has consistently lost money because of heavy spending on research, product development and equipment for its assembly plant in California and its battery factory in Nevada.
  • Intel Corporation (INTC) Position Decreased by Pegasus Partners Ltd.

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    Cme Group Inc now has $42.07 billion valuation. The stock rose 0.80% or $0.29 reaching $36.64. About 275 shares traded. (Nasdaq: "INDUU) to Ring The Nasdaq Stock Market ..." published on July 28, 2017, Nasdaq.com published: "Earnings Reaction History: "MetLife, Inc., 50.0% Follow-Through Indicator, 2.7 ..." on August 02, 2017.
  • Facebook will now show 'Related Articles' to fake news links

    Facebook will now show 'Related Articles' to fake news links

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    Facebook Inc.is taking a more aggressive step to thwart the spread of fake news on its platform. That should provide people easier access to additional perspectives and information, including articles by third-party fact checkers. Once those fact checkers have published their own take on the story, Facebook can list them in the related section, which you'll be able to see even before you click on the main link.
  • Barcelona set to bid €120million for Coutinho to replace Neymar

    Barcelona set to bid €120million for Coutinho to replace Neymar

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    Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho is not for sale, despite interest from Barcelona , says manager Jurgen Klopp . "I don't know anything about this situation". Liverpool's German coach Juergen Klopp attends a press conference ahead the football Audi Cup in Munich, southern Germany, on July 31, 2017. The 20-year-old was one of his side's key performers in the previous campaign, scoring 10 goals and assisting a further 21 strikes in 49 matches.
  • United States to apply sanctions on Russian Federation after consultations with Europe - Juncker

    United States to apply sanctions on Russian Federation after consultations with Europe - Juncker

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    Juncker suggested on Wednesday that the sanctions could adversely affect European firms including gas and oil projects, especially the ones that affect the EU's interests. If not, the President of the European Commission reserves the right to take adequate measures. "And we will do that", Juncker said. If diplomacy fails, an European Union document, seen by Reuters, says the bloc will prepare to use an European Union regulation allowing it to defend companies against the application of ...
  • Zuckerberg hires top Clinton pollster amid rumors of presidential run

    Zuckerberg hires top Clinton pollster amid rumors of presidential run

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    Joel Benenson's company, Benenson Strategy Group, will be conducting research for the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative, the couple's philanthropic group, according to Politico . Bush's 2004 campaign manager Ken Mehlman is a board member. And earlier this year, they brought on Amy Dudley who previously worked as a communications adviser to Virginia Democratic Sen.
  • Dutch face England in sold-out semi-final hit

    Dutch face England in sold-out semi-final hit

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    Sampson nevertheless is convinced his side are prepared for anything - including penalties - having made impressive progress through the tournament. They secured bronze in the World Cup two years ago, beating hosts Canada along the way, and then enjoyed a landmark win over world champions United States of America earlier this year.
  • Apple, Google dump 300 trading apps

    Apple, Google dump 300 trading apps

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    It said that the review highlighted over 330 apps which were offered by entities and individuals that appeared to be unlicensed. As per Investopedia , binary option, or an asset-or-nothing option, is a type of option where the payoff is structured to be either a fixed amount of compensation if the option expires in the money, or nothing at all if the option expires out of the money.
  • Prototype RED Hydrogen One handled on camera

    Prototype RED Hydrogen One handled on camera

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    MKBHD ), one of the biggest RED fans out there, to show it's the real deal. RED's Hydrogen One modular attachments will step up the mobile camera game beyond known limits. All in all, his reaction to the Hydrogen One was pretty positive. As far as the unit with the "holographic display" is concerned, Brownlee says that the screen creates a "crazy, deep, sort of 3D look", but that it "definitely wasn't flawless", noting that there was some light bleeding at the edges of the screen and ...
  • IPad sales help Apple earnings hit record high

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    Apple's Tim Cook stated "We have no comment on anything that's unannounced". ( AAPL ) on Tuesday reported fiscal third-quarter net income of $8.72 billion. Apple also released forecasts for revenue for the fourth quarter, when the new iPhones is expected to be released, which showed a range of between $49bn and $52bn.