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  1. Walkie-talkie, not explosives was being collected on fateful nightRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Stabroek News

    More than 34 years after the death of historian Dr Walter Rodney, his brother, Donald, the only living witness to his demise, yesterday testified before a Commission of Inquiry that on the fateful night they were uplifting a walkie-talkie from alleged assassin Gregory Smith and not explosives.

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  2. 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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  3. On Native GroundMASSACHUSETTS Democrats had a Lousy CandidateRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | American Reporter

    You drive over the long sloping hills of State Highway 460, watching the farms and thick trees slip over the horizon, how they rise and rise until you begin to think they are an endless procession speeding past in an infinite blur. In the distance, there is the dark sapphire blue pressing into the clouds, the haunting shadow violet limning the worn undulations of water-carved phosphorescent rivulets trickling down the ancient slopes.

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  4. Five of the best hotels in BaliRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MoneyWeek

    The design of this recently refurbished 27-room beachside resort near Canggu is inspired by the dwellings typical of traditional Indonesian villages, says Amanda Linfoot in The Sunday Times. Guests stay in "spacious bungalows, each set in their own lush walled garden, with a plunge pool and raised seating area from which you can watch the sea".

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  5. Recreating Dick Tracy's wrist radio with the expected arrival of Apple WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    With the much anticipated arrival of the Apple Watch in April, this article looks into the haptic and telexistence technologies behind the latest iDevice's bells and whistles IMAGE: This is the cover for: Robot Hands and Multi-Fingered Haptic Interfaces . view more Conceptualized from Dick Tracy's wrist radio, the Apple Watch will not only allow users to communicate with anybody using a smartphone, but is also expected to immerse users into the experience of telexistance: the sensation of their counterparts being physically in front of them, through the ability to feel their heartbeats while sharing their sense of humour.

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  6. Hacker taps into baby video monitor, shouts at nannyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SFGate

    Houston nanny Ashley Stanley was shocked when a creepy stranger tapped into the baby video camera and started saying, 'Poopy diaper!" When Ashley Stanley of Houston initially heard the sound of a human voice while she was watching 1-year-old Samantha on Monday, she couldn't figure out the source. Stanley realized it was coming from the security camera attached to the crib, and assumed it was the baby's parents playing a trick on her.

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  7. 'Mommy' review: The kid is charming, likable - and terrifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SFGate

    "Mommy" is an explosive French Canadian film about a mother-son relationship. It deals with mother's struggle with an uncontrollable, mentally ill teenager, but the characters are so specific that it never feels like a case history.

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  8. 13 travel gadgets for the tech-savvy jetsetterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mashable

    There's quite a range of travel tech on the market today. For big spenders, a real-life, to-scale Delorean car conversion kit or an underwater RV will certainly impress your friends - but they may not be the most practical purchases.

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  9. Statement on the FCC's 2015 Broadband Progress ReportRead the original story

    Thursday | CTIA

    WASHINGTON The following statement should be attributed to CTIA-The Wireless Association Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Scott Bergmann: "The facts demonstrate that the U.S. wireless industry continues to lead the world in mobile broadband deployment. CTIA believes that advanced communications capability is being deployed in a reasonable and timely fashion and that mobile broadband is an important component of the broadband marketplace.

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  10. This Popular Wireless Alarm System Can Be Hacked With A Magnet And Scotch TapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Forbes.com

    I wear two hats in my world: I am both an investigative attorney and physical security/communications expert. For the past forty years, I have worked investigations, both criminal and civil, first for government agencies and then private corporate clients.

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  11. MonBaby is a Smart Baby Monitor at CESRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Geek News Central

    Baby monitoring is a product category ready for some real disruption. For years, baby monitoring systems have pretty much only consisted of walkie-talkie style radio setups.

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  12. Reaching Las Vegas' homeless: Volunteers log city's street populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Las Vegas Sun

    Groups of three and four grab bright green vests, clipboards and heavy flashlights from cardboard boxes in a downtown Las Vegas cafeteria. Just after midnight Wednesday morning, the groups split up, each disappearing down their own darkened stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard.

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  13. 'You're here to stop me being too silly!' Julia Morris gets given...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    'You're here to stop me being too silly!' Julia Morris gets given hot personal security guard after a leopard visits the set of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here They're preparing to begin shooting the show in just a few days, and it seems the crew of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here have had an unexpected guest. The show's Instagram account posted a shot of a leopard standing at a river on Wednesday with the caption: 'Sneaky visitor at #ImACelebrityAU HQ.'

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  14. Board seeks restoration of tax creditRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Mt. Airy News

    In a widely criticized move, the North Carolina General Assembly allowed the state's historic preservation tax credit to expire on Dec. 31. The tax credit was used by many across the state to help finance the rehabitliation and restoration of historic properties, but was cut from the latest state budget by the GOP-controlled General Assembly.

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  15. Township Police Investigating "Residential Distraction" RobberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Patch.com

    Palmer Township Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in the 2700 block of Oregon Street in the township on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 27. Township police described the robbery as a "residential distraction", in a news release on its Facebook page . Two homeowners reported two Hispanic males, who appeared to be in their 40s and wearing all black clothing and black caps, knocked at the back door of their residence and explained they worked for an unknown company and had to check the residents' basement pipes for dirty water.

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  16. 4 tag team in robbery of Northampton Co. coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | WFMZ

    Police in Northampton County are warning residents to beware of people posing as utility or other workers after an incident Tuesday. The homeowners told police that two Hispanic men knocked at the rear door and said they worked for an unknown company and had to check their basement pipes for dirty water.

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  17. Canary Wharf to be bought by Qatar Investment AuthorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Business News

    The owner of Canary Wharf, Songbird, has admitted defeat in its battle against a A 2.6bn bid from the Qatari Investment Authority and Canadian property investor Brookfield, saying its three major shareholders intend to accept it. This means the Qatari fund can add east London's financial district, with its cluster of towers, to a string of other prized assets, including Harrods and the Shard.

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  18. Qatar's London property empire expands east with Canary WharfRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | This Is London

    Police are renewing appeals for help in finding the killer of an elderly woman who died after being mugged on the street for her empty handbag. Qatar could count the Walkie Talkie tower among its London property assets after buying its joint-owner Canary Wharf with a partner for A 2.6 billion Qatar has just bought Canary Wharf for A 2.6 billion with a Canadian partner, adding yet another trophy asset to its vast London property empire that includes Harrods, the Shard and a A 200-million mega mansion.

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  19. These are 2015's most exciting building projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | CNN

    Towering 50 meters above the Empire State Building, the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere will open its doors this year. Already topped out, the 426-meter tower 432 Park Avenue will feature just 104 apartments, with residences staring at $17 million and full floor penthouses reaching $82 million.

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  20. Motorola fights to preserve lucrative cop-com franchiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The Fresno Bee

    The company, which for years has used tenacious marketing and clout to reign over the emergency radio business, donated to the city $1.8 million worth of telecom equipment that could beam data and videos to law enforcement officers shielding the world leaders. In a letter, Motorola Vice President John Molloy said the company also could operate a network for the city as a "test platform" until year end and provide Chicago's public safety agencies entrée to the world of emergency broadband LTE – the new global standard for transmitting huge amounts of data at rocket speed.

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