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'Cash Me Ousside' teen pleads guilty

'Cash Me Ousside' teen pleads guilty

Phil" show , where her catchphrase went viral. Bregoli was first thrust into fame when she appeared with her mother on Dr. Phil a year ago to address her out-of-control behavior. In April she was ...

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Hands on: Canon EOS Rebel SL2 / EOS 200D review

Hands on: Canon EOS Rebel SL2 / EOS 200D review

It's time to start wowing us again. And, to tempt them in it has included a new selfie mode, together with skin smoothing and background blurring controls. Overall focusing performance is boosted by t...

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Will AB de Villiers Call Time On Cricketing Career?

Will AB de Villiers Call Time On Cricketing Career?

The 23-year-old joined up with the squad after the first match of the series, which England won comfortably by nine wickets in a match that saw Mason Crane handed his global bow on his home ground...

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Pokemon Go: How To Get Raid Passes And Battle Rewards Items

Pokemon Go: How To Get Raid Passes And Battle Rewards Items

The Pokemon Go craze may have died down a bit a few months after its launch in July 2016, but the game still has a lot of players , and it continues to add new features, the most recent being Raid...

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PM challenged to end austerity by backing police and fire services

In light of the tests conducted to date, she urged people to take preemptive action before results are returned and work with their local fire services to ensure that buildings are safe for residents....

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PlayStation Plus Games Revealed for July 2017; Includes Until Dawn and More

PlayStation Plus Games Revealed for July 2017; Includes Until Dawn and More

July's PS Plus free games have been revealed , and we're pleased to say it's a decent lineup of six worthwhile titles. Regardless, Until Dawn and Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series are both...

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Major ransomware cyber-attack reported by companies across the globe

Major ransomware cyber-attack reported by companies across the globe

Petya ransomware infects Windows PCs, and encrypts all the user data, and the computer displays a note demanding a ransom payment of $300 Bitcoins to gain access. It uses a hacking tool called Ete...

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Facebook commits to addressing its hate speech problem

Facebook commits to addressing its hate speech problem

Monika Bickert, Facebook's Director of Global Police Management and Brian Fishman, Counterterrorism Policy Manager, said in their latest blog post , "We agree with those who say that social media sho...

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Microsoft's next big Windows update to use AI to fight malware

Microsoft's next big Windows update to use AI to fight malware

Windows Defender Exploit Guard will be included into Windows Defender ATP response capabilities to make application control easier on Windows 10 device. Administrators may restrict some of the functi...

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Climb in and Take a Ride With 'Baby Driver' Ansel Elgort

Climb in and Take a Ride With 'Baby Driver' Ansel Elgort

He's so good that local crime boss, Doc ( Kevin Spacey ), forces Baby to be the driver on all of his important heists. Jon Hamm and Eiza Gonzalez's characters are profiled in the new b...

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Guillemot Family Raises Stake in Ubisoft to Ward Off Vivendi

Guillemot Family Raises Stake in Ubisoft to Ward Off Vivendi

While everyone wants a new Splinter Cell experience badly, maybe having a title which blows everyone away and takes a little longer to complete will be worth it. However, another popular Ubisoft f...

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Ad group WPP says still working to resolve Petya attack

Ad group WPP says still working to resolve Petya attack

Microsoft issued a patches for the exploits in March. Researchers are still investigating the software behind the attack, warning that it's more sophisticated than the WannaCry worm that struck...

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SpaceX launches second batch of Iridium satellites

Two days after SpaceX successfully launched a satellite from Florida, 10 communication satellites were launched aboard the company's Falcon 9 rocket into orbit from California. Mission "Bulgar...

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European Union Extends Russia Sanctions

EU nations will vote in the autumn on the European Commission's request. Chancellor Angela Merkel said last week that she does not see the Commission having any role in the matter. The Baltic ...

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Syrian Prez Bashar al-Assad visits Russia's Hmeymim air base

The White House warned late Monday that Syrian President Bashar Assad and his military would pay a "heavy price" for another chemical weapons attack. According to a USA intelligence official w...

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Whiting Petroleum Corporation's (WLL)

Whiting Petroleum Corporation's (WLL) "Hold" Stock Recommendation Reaffirmed at BMO Capital Markets

A number of hedge funds have recently modified their holdings of the stock. BidaskClub lifted shares of Whiting Petroleum Corporation from a strong sell recommendation to a sell recommendation in a ...

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Petrwrap ransomware attack: what we know so far

Petrwrap ransomware attack: what we know so far

A ransomware attack that has been referred to as Petya (though it is technically a different malicious attack and is being called NotPetya by security researchers ) began spreading to co...

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Nintendo To Release 'Significantly More' SNES Classics Than NES

Nintendo To Release 'Significantly More' SNES Classics Than NES

Gamers everywhere, rejoice: Nintendo is releasing a version of the classic Super Nintendo Entertainment System this year. This is the Super NES Classic Edition , a mini version of the Super Nin...

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Massive Ransomware Attack Hits Ukraine; Experts Say It's Spreading Globally

Massive Ransomware Attack Hits Ukraine; Experts Say It's Spreading Globally

Ukraine's largest airport, in Boryspil, also reported an attack , delaying some flights. Some cases of European companies with offices in the United States or based in the US hit by the widespre...

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New wave of ransomware attacks leaves black screens

New wave of ransomware attacks leaves black screens

It spread to other computers on companies' networks by leveraging software holes. It follows the WannaCry outbreak that ensnared more than 200,000 computers, locking up hospitals, banks and univer...

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