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After the eruption, the island shook at regular intervals, but especially so around midday Friday: A 5.6 magnitude quake hit south of the volcano around 11:30 a.m. Exposure can cause irritation or burns, sore throats, runny noses, burning eyes and coughing. The eruption was preceded by hundreds of small earthquakes in recent days.
  • What to Know about Cambridge Analytica

    What to Know about Cambridge Analytica

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    Some small businesses that use Facebook ads to promote themselves and attract new customers are wrestling with whether they need to change strategy after the company's data-misuse scandal . Kelly said it was crucial the Facebook co-founder made an appearance in Europe to elaborate on the Cambridge Analytica affair. Facebook reached the 87 million figure by adding up all the unique people that those 270 000 users were friends with at the time they gave the app permission.
  • The Nintendo Switch Console Has Sold Close To 18 Million Units Worldwide

    The Nintendo Switch Console Has Sold Close To 18 Million Units Worldwide

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    The success of the Switch drives up profits in an incredible jump. What's more, Nintendo has seen their profits increase by 500%. With the Nintendo Switch now on a winning streak with major publishers pushing their games onto the platform (most recently Ubisoft with South Park: The Fractured But Whole ), this is the ideal time to try new ideas and new leadership.
  • Cloud Growth Propels Microsoft to Revenue Gains

    Cloud Growth Propels Microsoft to Revenue Gains

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    Microsoft's own revenue forecast had been $25.25 billion to $25.95 billion. Microsoft's commercial cloud business revenue rose by 58% to $6 billion; the margins improved as well to 57%. Office 365 commercial products and cloud services revenue grew 12% with Office 365 commercial revenue up 40%. The stock is slightly lower in after-hours trading.
  • European Shares Hold Steady At Midday Ahead Of ECB Meeting

    European Shares Hold Steady At Midday Ahead Of ECB Meeting

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    At a press conference, ECB President Mario Draghi admitted some moderation of the Eurozone economy. It is up around 1.5 percent against the USA dollar so far this year and was trading at $1.2155 shortly after 1 p.m. Euro zone bond yields, swept up in the Treasury market momentum, inched down from multi-week highs before the meeting, and the euro firmed off eight-week lows against the dollar.
  • Apple iPhone SE 2 Will Arrive This Summer?

    Apple iPhone SE 2 Will Arrive This Summer?

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    Apple iPhone SE is the Apple's only 4-inch iPhone looking similar to iPhone 5s with the internal specification of iPhone 6s having 12 MP camera and Apple Pay support and it was actually launched in May 2016. Moving on to the front, the device would be packed with the same iPhone SE's design. And while we are waiting with bated breath for the iPhone SE 2 , which is expected to be manufactured here in India , its Cupertino-based manufacturer may have a few surprises in store for us.
  • Ford F-150 Power Stroke Diesel gets 22/30 mpg rating

    Ford F-150 Power Stroke Diesel gets 22/30 mpg rating

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    The F-150 Power Stroke's lone competition in fullsize light-duty pickups is the 2-wheel-drive '18 Ram 1500 equipped with a 3.0L V-6 EcoDiesel and an 8-speed automatic transmission, rated at 20/27/23 mpg (11.7-8.7-10.2 L/100 km) city/highway/combined.
  • NASA launches planet-hunting spacecraft to find exoplanets

    NASA launches planet-hunting spacecraft to find exoplanets

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    The first stage of the reusable Falcon 9 landed on the " Of Course I Still Love You " droneship at about 19:02 (2302) and then the second-stage engine was cut off, making the satellite now in coast phase. "We know that planets in principle exist there", says Ricker, "but there's really not much more we can say other than that they exist'". Exoplanet Kepler-69c, as depicted by an artist.
  • Ford Mustang is world's best-selling sports coupe for third straight year

    Ford Mustang is world's best-selling sports coupe for third straight year

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    Based on the newest Mustang , it uses a supercharged 5.2-litre Coyote V8 and is capable of demolishing a quarter-mile run in the mid eight-second range, with an insane 150 miles per hour trap speed. "Even more encouraging is that the updated 2018 Mustang is just now getting rolled out to export markets". Inside there's an NHRA-certified roll cage, along with Racetech FIA seats.
  • DICE Testing Battle Royale Prototype in Battlefield V

    DICE Testing Battle Royale Prototype in Battlefield V

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    With the ongoing craze of Battle Royale games, it seems even AAA titles are going to dip themselves and bask in the recent boom of this genre. And again, it shouldn't shock you to hear that DICE is doing the same thing for Battlefield V.
  • SpaceX Will Build Its Next-Gen Mars Rocket in Los Angeles

    SpaceX Will Build Its Next-Gen Mars Rocket in Los Angeles

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    The company has already recovered and relaunched the Falcon 9's first stage. SpaceX will try to return upper stage of the rocket back with the orbital velocity with the help of giant balloons. Up until now, SpaceX has landed nine Falcon 9 rockets on earth. The funding comes about five months after Musk said the Boring Company would compete to fund, build and operate a "loop" to connect downtown Chicago with O'Hare Airport.
  • Ford bringing Mustang to NASCAR Cup Series in 2019

    Ford bringing Mustang to NASCAR Cup Series in 2019

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    That was for more than 25 new markets, including the UK, Australia, and South Africa. Ford Performance's press release indicates that the company is still testing various aspects of the new vehicle (as seen in the video). We'll leave the last word to Ford legend and Team DJR Penske co-owner Dick Johnson . The 2018 model Mustang, which was also unveiled on Tuesday, was deemed by Ford the flawless fit for the Gen2 regulations.
  • [BREAKING] Gold Coast 2018: Nigeria's Galadima claims athletics gold

    [BREAKING] Gold Coast 2018: Nigeria's Galadima claims athletics gold

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    The Commonwealth Games Federation said: "The athletes have the right to travel freely on their visas", but admitted that they are monitoring the situation. "We've declared it to the police and the administration of GOLDOC and we are still searching for him". "For now, we concentrate on supporting our athletes in winning more medals to the glory of our fatherland and will not want to be distracted", Popoola said.
  • Taylor Swift Slammed for Her Cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's 'September'

    Taylor Swift Slammed for Her Cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's 'September'

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    Taylor Swift has continued her now-friendly relationship with Spotify with two new recordings for Spotify Singles . So, when Swift chose to return to her country, singer/songwriter roots for two Spotify Singles - one an acoustic version of " Delicate ", the other a cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's " September " - it elicited a mixed reaction.
  • Dr. BR Ambedkar's Birth Anniversary Being Observed In Kharibari

    Dr. BR Ambedkar's Birth Anniversary Being Observed In Kharibari

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    He said on the basis of a police Intelligence report about the festival causing possible tension in the area, the committee was asked , in the eleventh hour, to hold the event at an alternative venue. Prime Minister Narendra Modi , who was in Jangala in Chhattisgarh on a days visit, said Ambedkar has given a Constitution that protects the rights of weaker sections of the society and appealed to people not to join Naxals to achieve their goals.