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Warriors Expected To Sign Jose Calderon

For Calderon, the move allows the veteran point guard to join a contending team and compete for an National Basketball Association championship. It was reported earlier that Cleveland would be interested in the duo of Calderon and Bogut, but with Deron Williams reportedly ready to sign with the Cavs after he clears waivers today at 5 p.m. Read More

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Finn Balor returns to a WWE ring

As the lights went off inside the arena, Balor quickly entered the ring to save Nakamura and lay the smack down on both the champ and Almas. Nakamura also recovered from the initial set back when Almas and Roode double-teamed against him and stepped in to finish Roode with a Kinshasa. Read More

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Let's Get Complex With Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)

The stock was up ~300% in 2016. The dominant statistics will authorize the investment community to govern the size of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. compared to the sales or total assets figures. (NASDAQ:AMD) may hit a high of $16. (NASDAQ:AMD) shares were trading -7.99% below from the 52-week high mark of $14.27 and +617.49% above from the 52-week bottom of $1.83. Read More

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ISRO launches record 104 satellites into orbit

ISRO launches record 104 satellites into orbit

At the end of the 23-hour countdown, the shortest so far by Isro , the PSLV, on its 39th flight, blasted off from the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 9.28 am and soared into clear skies. This feat is added to ISRO's launch of an unmanned rocket to orbit Mars in 2013 at a cost of just $73 million, compared with NASA's Maven Mars mission which had a $671 million price tag. Read More

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Phil Jackson Deliberately Frustrating Carmelo Anthony?

Anthony has a no-trade clause in his contract and has not waived it, basically telling the Knicks and Jackson that he wants to stay in NY. Instead of discussing trade possibilities with Anthony's representatives, Jackson has strained their relationship by passively, yet publicly campaigning for the former All-Star to waive his no-trade clause and accept a deal to ship him to a championship contender. Read More

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Uber Hires Longtime NASA Engineer to Work on 'Flying Cars'

Uber is having such a great time implementing a self-driving vehicle program, so the ride-hailing giant chose to up the ante and hired a NASA veteran to develop flying cars, because that's an outstanding idea . Uber isn't constructing a flying auto yet. Moore was listed as a contributor to the paper. And Moore said VTOL craft companies would have to lobby politicians for more lenient air-traffic controls and quicker vehicle certifications. Read More

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Hudson's Bay Makes Macy's An Offer

Macy's , with corporate offices in Cincinnati and NY, saw its stock soar Friday morning upon hearing the news. Talks between the two companies are in preliminary stages, according to the publication, adding a deal to acquire Macy's real estate as one possibility. Read More

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Facebook Posts Blowout Q4 Earnings Behind Huge Mobile User Growth

Facebook Posts Blowout Q4 Earnings Behind Huge Mobile User Growth

And that puts Facebook on track to hit 2 billion users later this year, a major milestone that no other Internet company has reached, says Jan Dawson, chief analyst with Jackdaw Research. The Apple of investors eyes, Facebook has had another strong quarter. The number of daily active users rose 18% to 1.23 billion in December, while monthly active users rose 17% to 1.86 billion. Read More

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Long-lost continent found submerged deep under Indian Ocean

He suggests that there are many pieces of various sizes of " undiscovered continent", collectively called " Mauritia ", spread over the Indian Ocean, left over by the breakup of Gondwanaland. According to the researchers, zircons are minerals that are predominantly found in granites from the continents and contain trace amounts of uranium, thorium, and lead. Read More

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Ban Ki-moon, former United Nations chief, drops South Korea presidency bid

Ban Ki-moon, former United Nations chief, drops South Korea presidency bid

Former UN chief Ban Ki Moon, once the favourite to be South Korea's next president, yesterday ruled out running for the job, saying he was "disappointed at the selfish ways" of some politicians, and complaining of "fake news". Ban's relatives had been linked to corruption charges. "Even if he is not in politics, there are many ways [Ban] can contribute to [the country], in the field of diplomacy", Moon said, referring to Ban's decades-long career in Seoul's foreign ministry and his 10 years ... Read More

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Recent crash tests reveal potential safety issues with Tesla Model S

Zuby said the crash tests proved electric vehicles could provide safety while also offering the benefits of lower emissions. The IIHS tested only the cloth-covered, manually-operated seats on the entry-level i3. According to IIHS, the tests were on Tesla cars built after October 2016. Tesla Motors Inc.'s new Model S luxury sedans may not be quite as safe as some believe, particularly in a frontal crash, according to tests conducted by an independent safety test organization. Read More

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Trump gives generals 30 days for new anti-IS strategy

Many Iraqis who resettle in the United States have risked their lives to help US forces in Iraq, whether as translators or information gatherers or spies. Any shifts by the USA military would have broad repercussions for US relationships across the Middle East, which were strained by former President Barack Obama's effort throughout his administration to limit US military involvement in Iraq and Syria. Read More

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