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What to Watch For Getting on the Glass The Jazz almost doubled the Wizards in rebounds the last time these two teams met, in part due to the Wizards shooting just 42.5% from the field. "I wasn't taking him out for rest". PF - Markieff Morris, C - Marcin Gortat. There's a point where players get a reputation with the officials, and there's certainly a case to be made that's what Wall is experiencing.
  • Hyundai Recalls Close to 1 Million Vehicles

    Hyundai Recalls Close to 1 Million Vehicles

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    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Hyundai doesn't want that either, hence its latest recall. And no small operation it will be as the Korean automaker has announced the recall of almost one million of those sedans for a problem with their seatbelts.
  • Blue Origin Shares Video of New Glenn Rocket

    Blue Origin Shares Video of New Glenn Rocket

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    A ripple could be felt through the space exploration world after Jeff Bezos tweeted a picture the engine that will power his new very big rocket that is expected to accompany a new spacecraft in the coming years. Blue Origin just announced both, along with the name of its very first customer. New Glenn is a follow-on program to Blue Origin's suborbital New Shepard launch system , a rocket and capsule created to fly payloads and passengers to about 62 miles above the planet.
  • Could the next iPhone come with USB-C?

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    Specifically, Apple will change the internal component array, which will feature next-generation chips provided by Texas Instruments and Cypress, to usher in a fast charging infrastructure that would bring the 2017 iPhone family's charging speed up to par with USB-C.
  • Tech IPO Everyone's Been Waiting for: Snap

    Tech IPO Everyone's Been Waiting for: Snap

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    Founded by a college dropout Evan Spiegel, Snap Inc's IPO is one of the highest-profile stock debuts in recent years along with Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba (that raised almost $22 billion in 2014) and social media giant Facebook (which raised $16 billion in 2012).
  • Warriors Expected To Sign Jose Calderon

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    Sources told ESPN .com ‎that Calderon has the Warriors at the top of his list provided he can negotiate his release from the Lakers by Wednesday, which is the last day this season that players can be released and retain playoff eligibility for their next team.
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to play Lucas Pouille for Marseille Open title

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    Tsonga never faced a break point as he added a third Marseille title to his collection after victories in 2009 and 2013. "I've seen referees wait five, six seconds even when the ball's gone out", Kyrgios said . World No. 4 Raonic broke Del Potro in the 11th game of the second set to serve for the match, but the big-serving 26-year-old was broken back, firing a forehand wide to give Del Potro a break point which the 2009 US Open victor converted with a backhand victor.
  • Carcass of Dinagat sea creature belongs to a whale

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    Locals have been flocking to the beach to see it and to take selfies with it. "In fact, six oarfish - including the one from Agusan del Norte - were sighted in the days before and after a 6.7-magnitude natural disaster killed eight people and injured 200 others in Surigao City, Philippines, prompting a flurry of social media discussion about the species' apparent portents", Brown reports .
  • SpaceX Dragon spacecraft arrives at Int'l Space Station

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    SpaceX scuttled its planned launch Saturday because of a potential issue with the Falcon 9 rocket meant to propel the Dragon capsule into space. Two of NASA's astronauts named Shame Kimbrough-commander, and Thomas Pesquet-flight engineer captured dragon 5 minutes before the schedule. An unmanned cargo ship packed with food and supplies for astronauts arrived safely at the International Space Station yesterday, a day after SpaceX aborted the process due to a Global Positioning ...
  • Florida's manatee population above 6000 for third year

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    The agency early past year proposed making the change because of "significant improvements" in the manatee population and habitat conditions. "The relatively high counts we have seen for the past three years underscore the importance of warm water habitat to manatees in Florida", said Gil McRae , head of the state's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute.
  • Spanish court acquits king's sister, Princess Cristina, of tax fraud

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    Despite her acquittal she has to pay a €265,000 fine as she has a civil responsibility for benefiting from the crime, even if she was unaware of the misdemeanour. The institute organized conferences and sports-related events and was run by Urdangarin and a partner, Diego Torres. She could have gone to prison for eight years if found guilty.
  • Why Branden Alberts release is a good move by the Miami Dolphins

    Why Branden Alberts release is a good move by the Miami Dolphins

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    The Dolphins might move 2016 first-round pick Laremy Tunsil to left tackle if they move on from Albert. He signed a two-year, $17 million deal a year ago, but has failed to live up to his expectations. The Dolphins got a jump start on the offseason Thursday by releasing a pair of players and almost releasing a third (more on that in a second). That worked out last year with Byron Maxwell (and Vance Joseph's only year as defensive coordinator), but there's no guarantee it'll play out that ...
  • Snapchat Parent Sets Valuation of Up to $22.2 Billion

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    Snap's late-stage private investors are counting on an IPO pop to cash in on their high-dollar investments. Depending on the outcome of their roadshow - which is set to be held under the " SNAP " ticker - shares for Snap Incorporated could be priced as early as March 1.
  • India launches record 104 satellites in one go

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    The space agency's trusted workhorse PSLV-C37 took off in the morning at 9:28 am from Sriharikota space centre with 104 satellites among them 101 satellites belongs to worldwide customers. The PSLV, in the category of launch vehicles that can lift relatively light loads to space, now marks 38 successful missions in a row out of a total of 39 flights.
  • WPI inflation up 5.25 pc in January

    WPI inflation up 5.25 pc in January

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    The team forecasts China's annual inflation rate to be contained at 2.6% even with a strong rise seen in January. It's been eight years since central banks around the world slashed interest rates to record low levels in the wake of the financial crisis.
  • Former EPA employees urge Senate to oppose Pruitt

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    Senate saying that Pruitt is the wrong man for the job. On Twitter , he has described himself as having a strong environmental record, but would rather states regulate it over the federal government. Reilly, who was head of the agency under President George H.W. Bush. An EPA administrator sent a letter in November to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, saying a magnitude 5.0 natural disaster happened despite state and federal action to curb wastewater injection.
  • NASA Engineer Joins Uber to Work on Potential Flying Car Initiative

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    Moore will assume the job of director of engineering for aviation at Uber to work on its flying vehicle initiative known as Uber Elevate , the report said. And Moore said VTOL craft companies would have to lobby politicians for more lenient air-traffic controls and quicker vehicle certifications. It suggests that these transit aircraft would have a range between 50 and 100 miles on a single charge.
  • Hudson's Bay Looking To Take Over Macy's

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    One option on the table involves a deal to also buy Macy's real estate. Macy's has faced declining sales while it struggles with the impact of online shopping on its stores. The company's longtime Chairman and CEO Terry Lundgren is also about to depart the company, handing the reins to Macy's President Jeff Gennette. Hudson's Bay is quite a bit smaller than Macy's on some key measures.
  • Facebook's mobile ad dollars help fuel growth in fourth quarter

    Facebook's mobile ad dollars help fuel growth in fourth quarter

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    Mobile DAUs - Mobile DAUs were 1.15 billion on average for December 2016, an increase of 23% year-over-year. Profit reached $3.568 billion with revenue growth at 177% YoY, compared to $2.379 billion last quarter. "We believe that this creates a greater number of stronger relationships between people, and that it helps people get exposed to a greater number of diverse perspectives".
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    3 billion-year-old "lost continent" lurking under African island

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    Researchers have discovered evidence of an ancient "lost continent" hidden deep underneath the Indian Ocean and the island of Mauritius. "On the continents you find rocks that are over four billion years old, but you find nothing like that in the oceans, as this is where new rocks are formed", said Prof.