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  1. Mexican TV anchor Jacobo Zabludovsky passes away after stroke at 87Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The China Post

    Jacobo Zabludovsky, a journalist who for decades was seen as a symbol of the tight links between Mexico's government and press, died Thursday at age 87. Zabludovsky anchored Mexico's most-viewed evening news program for almost three decades, until 1998, covering the nation's tragedies but also reflecting a solidly pro-government political line while working for the dominant Televisa network. It all made him the face of the news, but also the face of a system that many considered repressive, though he later adopted a more independent stance in his second career as host of a radio news program.

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  2. Sandy Springs Blotter: Suspect Jumps Out Of Bushes, Robs Resident at GunpointRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Patch.com

    Editor's note: the following incidents were taken from the Sandy Springs Police Department's weekly Wrap Up compiled by Capt. Steve Rose, which contains some - not all - of the incidents that occurred June 26-29: 1050 Hammond Drive, 30328, 6/27: A 42-year-old man said he was standing outside his apartment area just before 2 a.m. waiting for his cousin to pick him up.

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  3. Apple's iPhone Gains 1.8% Market Share in the USRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | I4U Future Technology News

    While Samsung is equally popular worldwide, there seems to be no cell phone which can compete in US market with Apple . According to the latest statistics as published by ComScore, Apple has gained a 2% increase in market share in USA and, as mentioned above, it also gained a lead over its competitors in just three month's time, which started from May. With this applauding 2% increase in the share, iPhone has accounted for 43.5 percent of U.S. Smartphone subscriber share between March and May. Prior to this, Apple was resting at 41.7% in February.

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  4. "Venice"-upcoming Blackberry Android Smartphone expected to launch on AT&TRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | I4U Future Technology News

    BlackBerry's prerogative to grasp Android may at long last setting its way. Another leaked image was spotted on Twitter which showcased a new upcoming product from BlackBerry which is codenamed Venice, and is tipped to dispatch on AT&T.

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  5. New Brunswick looks for ways to reduce electronic waste in landfillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Brandon Sun

    The provincial government has posted proposed changes to a regulation under the Clean Environment Act to allow for public comment. If the changes go ahead, they would create a waste stewardship program for electronics, such as televisions, computers and fax machines.

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  6. Android phone vendors should improve update policies, consumer organization saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC World

    ... but HTC has said the much younger HTC One Mini 2, released in May 2014, will not receive the update. Samsung Electronics, the biggest Android phone manufacturer, also has many phones for which up-to-date software is unavailable, Consumentenbond ...

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  7. 3rd day of searching turns up no sign of missing Wahiawa hikerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    CrimeStoppers released a photo of Justin Clark, 32, who has been missing since Tuesday on a hike on the Schofield/Waikane trail. A third day of intensive ground and aerial coverage in upper Wahiawa ended Friday with yet no sign of missing hiker Justin Clark.

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  8. In Women's World Cup viewership, new generation is older oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Daily Herald

    A generation of American women who grew up playing sports because of Title IX now makes up the television audience that advertisers covet. Today's adults were young, impressionable fans when Brandi Chastain ripped off her jersey to celebrate the winning penalty kick at the 1999 Women's World Cup, and even earlier when the buzz of soccer landed in the United States for the 1994 men's tournament.

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  9. CCC pushes to fill Perry Hall; to hike tuitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Steuben Courier

    Corning Community College is making a big push to fill Perry Hall, its new residence hall, for the fall semester, offering a $1,000 discount to students who sign up by Aug. 1. At last week's meeting, the Regional Board of Trustees approved the college's tuition, student fees and Perry Hall fees for 2015-15 along with the $31.6 million budget. Tuition for full-time students will go up 2 percent, or $40 per semester.

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  10. Verizon cell phone outage blocking calls to 911, landlinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | WFMZ

    A storm-related service outage in parts of Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware is preventing Verizon cell phone calls to 911 and other landlines, according to emergency officials.

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  11. The cultural oases of DetroitRead the original story

    May 15, 2015 | Xtra!

    The incredible neighbourhood-sized Heidelberg Project built over the past 28 years encompasses a dozen abandoned homes and now contains thousands of pieces of art constructed from found objects. Detroit has been known so long for its hard-luck history, but has recently added a slew of exciting new storylines.

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  12. Belchertown police, investigating rash of residential break-ins, urge residents to be vigilantRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2011 | MassLive.com

    BELCHERTOWN -- Police ask residents to be vigilant as they investigate a series of residential break-ins that have occurred within the past week near the Granby and Ware town lines. All of the homes, which were locked, were entered by removing a window screen and prying open the window for by smashing glass window panes.

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  13. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.

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  14. How to get the perfect night's sleep from exercise to keeping warmRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Devastated father breaks down as he recalls how his daughter begged him to save her after she was shot with no word of warning - and at random - by known criminal on popular San Francisco pier 'Weren't we friends at middle school?' Burglary suspect breaks down in tears when he realizes judge presiding over his case was his former playmate Security is ramped up across the country in preparation for July 4 celebrations as fear of an attack by ISIS sympathizers grows EXCLUSIVE: Insomniac drunk Richard Nixon told his FBI director to be as ruthless as the Nazis in hunt for Deep Throat, declassified Watergate documents reveal 'I always promised you I would see you on the outside': 'Shawshank' escapee wrote letter to daughter from jail telling her about his plans to escape Married Catholic school teacher to spend up to 15 years in prison for sex with student in her classroom, car and his own ... (more)

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  15. Jonesboro police believe arrest solves string of burglariesRead the original story

    Friday | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    Police in Jonesboro say they believe the arrest of a parole absconder has solved a string of residential burglaries on the city's north side. The Jonesboro Sun reports that 36-year-old Michael Crenshaw was arrested Wednesday and that police later found stolen televisions, laptop computers and other electronic equipment in the apartment where Crenshaw was living.

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  16. Stephen Elop apparently faced "very difficult questions" about lack of flagship LumiasRead the original story

    Friday | WinBeta

    There can be no question that Stephen Elop, who recently announced his departure from Microsoft , has been one of the more controversial executives in Microsoft's long history. Much of this controversy centered first around his handling of Nokia, and then the Lumia line.

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  17. "I am delighted that PM has given preference and priority to digitise India:" Ratan TataRead the original story

    Friday | Indian Television

    MUMBAI: In a marquee philanthropic move, Tata Trusts has teamed up with Google India to take internet closer to women of rural India with its 'Internet Saathi' initiative. The move comes at a time when India is celebrating 'Digital India Week'.

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  18. Jolley faces aggravated burglary chargesRead the original story

    Friday | Cleveland Daily Banner

    A 21-year-old Cleveland man is behind bars facing burglary charges after Bradley County Sheriff's deputies and detectives developed leads that led to the arrest of David Madison Jolley Jr., in A 21-year-old Cleveland man is behind bars facing burglary charges after Bradley County Sheriff's deputies and detectives developed leads that led to the arrest of David Madison Jolley Jr., in connection with two home burglaries and damages to a third home. BCSO officers were called to Grays Ferry Road in rural northern Bradley County, after residents discovered their homes had been burglarized Wednesday.

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  19. EE fined A 1m by Ofcom after failing to tell its customers they can escalate complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    The telecoms regulator has fined EE A 1million after it found that the mobile phone firm failed to tell its customers about their right to take complaints to an independent mediator. The fine comes as Ofcom revealed EE, Britain's biggest mobile phone operator, received the highest amount of complaints from its broadband and landline customers in the first three months of the year.

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  20. Let's get real about decryption, says GCHQ tech directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Computer Weekly

    There needs to be more "honesty" in the discussion around GCHQ's decryption capabilities, according to the agency's Ian Levy Perceptions that GCHQ is capable of mass decryption of data are not based on physical realities, according to the UK intelligence agency's technical director Ian Levy. "The best estimate for the number of bits of work to decrypt just one 1,024-bit SSL [secure sockets layer] session is 280 and with the best processor we have today requiring 10 nanojoules per instruction, that works out at 3.4 terawatt hours per 50 minutes, which is the entire power generating capacity of the UK," he told a Digital Security BT Tower Talk in London.

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