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Sam's father Jarrod Kanizay said while his son was recovering in hospital, the family was waiting for answers as to what happened. The hospital staff on being asked about the incident said , 'As soon as we wiped them (his legs) down, they kept bleeding.
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands Is Getting PvP This Fall

    Ghost Recon Wildlands Is Getting PvP This Fall

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    While Ghost Recon Wildlands is a good co-op game where a team of four players goes up against the AI-controlled Santa Blanca Cartel. As for when the " Ghost War " open beta will arrive, no exact release date has been announced. Istrate cautions that "all of these elements will make team play, communication, and strategic skills more crucial than ever". The mode also introduces some new features, such as the ability to detect the origin of gunshots, and a suppression system where you and ...
  • Moody's Corporation, General Electric Company Q2 2017 Earnings

    Moody's Corporation, General Electric Company Q2 2017 Earnings

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    Immelt oversaw a period of consolidation for GE over the best part of two decades, following 20 years of significant growth under the leadership of Jack Welch. Flannery said he is "in the middle of a series of deep dives into the businesses". Estimates: Earnings per share to decline 51% to 25 cents as revenue drops 13.1% to $29.12 billion, according to Zacks Investment Research.
  • Facebook launches comparison tool to prove Instant Articles beat mobile web

    Facebook launches comparison tool to prove Instant Articles beat mobile web

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    The idea for a paywall is based on premium and metered plans and has been in the works for a while, TheStreet said, citing Brown at the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit in NY. In a separate statement, Brown says Facebook is in early talks with publishers on "how we might better support subscription business models". Facebook has tried a variety of different money making methods, but later on this year, we'll see it try something new.
  • OnePlus is looking into potential OnePlus 5 '911 reboot' issue

    OnePlus is looking into potential OnePlus 5 '911 reboot' issue

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    The OnePlus 5 launched last month with much hype and fanfare, but users quickly discovered that the device had a couple of issues. Should this be the case, the issue may not be limited to 911 calls. We can expect OnePlus to come up with software to update to eliminate the bug from the device. OnePlus told Gizmodo that they're working with customers individually to solve the issue, but it did not provide any details on the bug.
  • Check Out the New Emoji Headed to Apple Devices

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    Apple said the emoji should "make it easier for people to express themselves with greater diversity, additional animals and creatures, new smiley faces and more". For example, the App Store will start highlighting apps that help users create or do fun things with the use of emoji . Some of these will be welcome additions for large swathes of the world's population that haven't been represented in emoji form-including women who wear headscarves , and anyone with a beard.
  • Amazon developing its own messaging app called Anytime

    Amazon developing its own messaging app called Anytime

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    The app's marketing material claims that users can 'encrypt important messages (like bank account details)'. That'll let Anytime pull off the neat stunt of being able to contact a person just by punching in their name. There are countless other companies in the mobile messaging arena as well. Since it is going to be a product by Amazon , it is also have the marketplace built right into the app, along with Amazon Pay .
  • Oil Prices Continue Higher

    Oil Prices Continue Higher

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    Oil market investors are losing confidence over OPEC's effort to offset the glut of supplies, though the impact could be hitting USA producers, the IEA said . Oil dipped on Thursday on persistent worries about oversupply, but strong Chinese imports and signs that USA storage tanks are gradually being drained offered some support to prices.
  • 3 cups of coffee a day can help extend your life

    3 cups of coffee a day can help extend your life

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    Older studies linked coffee to cancer - but such research has been debunked. "I remain unconvinced that the link between coffee and heart disease represents a true cause and effect relationship and that coffee is truly protective, regardless of how large a study suggests this".
  • United States stocks mixed as tech shares gain, retailers tumble

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    Stock futures in the USA for Monday were up, suggesting shares on Wall Street will open higher and extend gains that were made following the release last Friday of the jobs report by the Labor Department. The kiwi continues to see carry trade outflows as markets become convinced about the prospect of another rate hike in the USA and if Ms. Yellen confirms the bullish sentiment tomorrow, kiwi could quickly tumble through the.7200 support.