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The count is organized by the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) and utilizes volunteer teams - including city, county and state representatives, community and faith-based organizations, businesses and private residents. This is part of a nationwide effort that aims to capture a snapshot of homelessness in the U.S. "It can be used along with other data to prioritize resources to make the most of the dollars provided".
  • Sensex at life-time-high at 35798.01 pts

    Sensex at life-time-high at 35798.01 pts

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    Another gap up for indices lift Nifty past the 11000 psychological mark while BSE Sensex surpasses the 36000 mark for the first time ever. On Friday, positive global cues, coupled with upbeat quarterly corporate earnings and healthy buying in banking stocks, propelled the key indices to close at new record highs.
  • Protesters greet North Korean Olympic delegation touring Seoul

    Protesters greet North Korean Olympic delegation touring Seoul

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    After she left the area, the demonstrators used a blowtorch to burn Kim's photo, a North Korean flag, and a "unification flag" that athletes of the rival Koreas plan to carry together during the opening ceremony of the Olympics. "President Moon has previously stressed that the Pyeongchang Olympics should be an important turning point in solving North Korea's missile issues", the Blue House statement said.
  • Mysterious Xbox Watch uncovered years after Microsoft abandoned the project

    Mysterious Xbox Watch uncovered years after Microsoft abandoned the project

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    Back in September , we showed you the first pictures of an Xbox Watch prototype, which didn't seem to work. Calyx shared pictures of the device while powered on through Twitter, where he noted the "terrible resolution" of the Xbox Watch. In terms of aesthetics, the Microsoft Band definitely ended up being the more attractive device, but considering this is just a prototype, it's possible that what we see here wasn't meant to be the final design of the Xbox Watch.
  • NEW Legendary Skin revealed and this time it's D.VA

    NEW Legendary Skin revealed and this time it's D.VA

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    The Blizzard World map contains themes and locales from other Blizzard games such as Diablo 3, World of Warcraft , and Hearthstone. " Overwatch " is getting a huge content dump soon, as Blizzard prepares for the big Cosmetics Update for the game to start the new year.
  • North Korean girl band leader heads delegation to South

    North Korean girl band leader heads delegation to South

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    Their style - highly unusual in the conservative North - is seen as quaintly provincial in the South, with its slick, image-obsessed pop scene, and it has also earned them a cult following among North Korean watchers. Hyon Song-wol is a popular former singer in North Korea and also one of the most powerful women in the country. The agreement was previously reached at the fourth round of inter-Korean athletic talks in 1989 during discussions on a unified team for the Asian Games in Beijing ...
  • Assassin's Creed Origins DLC "The Hidden Ones" Detailed By Ubisoft

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    The story-driven DLC will chart the growth of the Assassin Brotherhood under Bayek, four years after the events of the main story in Assassin's Creed Origins , as he and his assassin brothers clash with Roman centurions. Tomorrow will see the The Hidden Ones downloadable content go live on all platforms, to both Season Pass owners and those who want to buy the expansion separately.
  • Amazon hikes Prime membership price for monthly subscribers

    Amazon hikes Prime membership price for monthly subscribers

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    Canadians are exempt from the monthly fee hike because all of Prime memberships in Canada are of the annual variety, the company confirmed to CBC News in an email. The company is increasing the monthly subscription cost from $10.99 (£7.90) to $12.99 (£9.34) - a sizeable 18 per cent jump. He also believes that Prime adds accelerated previous year because subscription revenues accelerated.
  • Airtel increases data and validity of its Rs 399 plan

    Airtel increases data and validity of its Rs 399 plan

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    Airtel has revised the Rs 399 recharge plan. The Bharti Mittal-led telecom company has revised its Rs 399 plan to give a tough fight to its one of the closest rivals-Jio. Earlier, the plan offered unlimited voice call benefits only on the same network. While we were unable to see the 84 day validity limit on a Delhi Airtel number for this Rs 399 plan, Financial Express and other news publications have posted screenshots with the new validity.
  • Vivo X20 Plus UD officially launches in China!

    Vivo X20 Plus UD officially launches in China!

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    Compared to the regular capacitive fingerprint sensors , the under display fingerprint sensor will be slightly slower to unlock the device. It would mean that its handsets would have a fingerprint sensor integrated within the display itself.
  • Inc. Purchases 1124 Shares of Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE)

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    Crow Point Partners Llc who had been investing in Exelon Corporation for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $36.48 billion market cap company. 1,125 shares were bought by Banse Amy, worth $199,520. Analysts' mean recommendation for Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE ) stands at 1.90. Therefore 76% are positive.
  • Apple teams with Malala Yousafzai to expand girls' education efforts

    Apple teams with Malala Yousafzai to expand girls' education efforts

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    Tim Cook , the CEO of Apple is also going to be joining the Malala Fund leadership council. Led by her, Malala Fund focuses on empowering every girl by providing free, safe, and qualitative education. The Sharjah-based global charity is funding the school project through its "Girl Child Fund" in collaboration with the Malala Fund, local media reported.
  • You will soon be able to buy audiobooks on Google Play

    You will soon be able to buy audiobooks on Google Play

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    The banner is said to be visible for all users on the Web and the Android app, however, we don't see it. Recent reports have revealed that search engine giant Google has teased the arrival of audiobooks on the Google Play Store . Google Play has always been viewed as a go-to place for apps, games, movies, TV shows , music, books, comics and more. Fans will be hoping that a dedicated section of the audiobooks would provide them with more options and variety to choose from.
  • Today's Google Doodle honours Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein on his 120th birthday

    Today's Google Doodle honours Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein on his 120th birthday

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    The Soviet film director is noted in particular for his silent films Strike (1925), Battleship Potemkin (1925) and October (1928), as well as the historical epics Alexander Nevsky (1938) and Ivan the awful (1944, 1958). Born in 1898, Sergei (Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein) was a pioneer in the theory and practice of montage in film making- the technique of editing a fast-paced sequence of short shots to transcend time or suggest thematic juxtapositions.
  • LG V30 with AI functions to launch at MWC 2018

    LG V30 with AI functions to launch at MWC 2018

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    If LG is actually planning to market the new variant as its first 2018 flagship device, then we do hope that the company is planning to introduce some key hardware upgrades as well. "Mr. Seong-Jin at CES said at CES 2018 that the company needed a way to "[maintain] the existing platforms" longer. A 6GB RAM bump is not out of the question either, but let's not get ahead of ourselves, and wait for MWC 2018 in Barcelona next month to see exactly what LG has planned for us.
  • Apple Plans A $350 Billion Contribution To The US Economy

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    Apple expects to invest over Dollars 30 billion in capital expenditures in the United States over the next five years and create over 20,000 new jobs through hiring at existing campuses and opening a new one. The Silicon Valley giant also revealed that it expects tax repatriation of roughly $ 38 billion , signaling that it will bring a sizable portion of its $250 billion overseas profits back to the United States.
  • Apple will pay $50 billion in foreign cash taxes

    Apple will pay $50 billion in foreign cash taxes

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    The higher tax rate was the reason why Apple had long resisted sending its war chest to the US, the company's chief executive told "60 Minutes" in 2015. "We have a deep sense of responsibility to give back to our country and the people who help make our success possible", he added. Nonetheless, Apple is one of many companies that have upped expectations for USA investment amid scrutiny of Silicon Valley.
  • Syria denies Turkey informed it of 'brutal' Afrin attack

    Syria denies Turkey informed it of 'brutal' Afrin attack

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    Washington angered Ankara earlier this week when it announced a plan to work with US-backed militants of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces ( SDF ) to set up a new 30,000-strong "border security" force near the Turkish border. The Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim stated that the country's warplanes have bombed YPG, PYD targets in the Syrian city of Afrin. "Turkey is obliged to ensure safety of its citizens and borders", Canikli said.
  • Trump tweets it's 'a perfect day for all Women to March'

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    Activists around the country are marching Saturday, one year since President Donald Trump's inauguration and the Women's March that began a global movement. The most influential people in my life have always been women. "Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!" In the USA, the major march organized to honour last year's event also had its sights set on upcoming elections.
  • Apple confesses to reducing battery performance of older iPhones

    Apple confesses to reducing battery performance of older iPhones

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    Senator John Thune, R-South Dakota, sent Apple CEO Tim Cook a letter with questions about Apple's slowdown feature and its transparency, and requested answers by January 23. Reuters reports that Apple and Samsung face multi-million euro fines if they're found guilty of infringing four separate articles of Italy's consumers' code.