• HBO gets $6m ransom demand to stop Game of Thrones leaks
HBO gets $6m ransom demand to stop Game of Thrones leaks

The Hollywood Reporter and Variety both obtained a copy of a message from HBO on August 10, that was sent to the anonymous hacker back in July. It also contains a plea from HBO to extend the ransom-payment deadline for one week while the transfer was being made.

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  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV

The 50 day moving average went up $0.04 or +0.33% and the 200 day average moved up $0.58. Going toward to the 50-day, we can see that shares are now trading 11.23% off of that figure. This volatility measure use for multipurpose in judging the underlying price momentum as well as the rate of change in FCAU's price. The closing prices are compared...

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  • Ayodhya title dispute hearings from December 5
Ayodhya title dispute hearings from December 5

The apex court granted three months time to translate the historical documents. The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court had in 2010 ruled a three-way division of the disputed 2.77 acres area at the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya.

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  • Will Game of Thrones Feature a Jon/Daenerys Romance?
Will Game of Thrones Feature a Jon/Daenerys Romance?

But like Jon said, they have more important issues than romance to deal with so talk of a relationship between them may be premature, though unwarranted with only three episodes left of season 7. First, as Jon noted in " The Spoils of War ", the Northern lords aren't likely to accept a southern ruler. Technically, Dany and Jon are aunt and nephew...

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  • Will The Total Solar Eclipse Affect Solar Power?
Will The Total Solar Eclipse Affect Solar Power?

While a last-minute rush has left many dealers out of stock two weeks before the big day, the good news is that US astronomy buffs have to wait only seven more years for the next total solar eclipse over North America, in April 2024. While only people in the U.S. will be able to see the total eclipse - in which the moon completely blocks the ligh...

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  • House-size asteroid set for near miss with Earth
House-size asteroid set for near miss with Earth

An asteroid measuring between 49 and 98 feet wide will pass within a few thousand miles of Earth on October 12, according to NASA scientists. October's flyby observations will help scientists predict its trajectory when it swings back by Earth again in a few years.

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  • IPhone 8 Has A Notch And Bunny Ears
IPhone 8 Has A Notch And Bunny Ears

The iPhone 8 rumour mill is in full flow, but if you're looking to get a new iPhone in the next few months, or get a new contract, you're probably just thinking "is it worth waiting for the iPhone 8? ". Another developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered the reference to Pearl ID, which is the company's codename for the facial recognition system,...

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  • New No Man's Sky Update Includes Multiplayer Mode
New No Man's Sky Update Includes Multiplayer Mode

For instance, the upcoming update will supposedly flesh out the game's bare bones story by adding plot elements to the middle sections of the experience. New NPC guilds will also be introduced. Ancient portals are also starting to activate. New lore and interactions have been added too, fleshing out the truth behind the original mysteries includi...

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  • Acura freshens flagship RLX sedan
Acura freshens flagship RLX sedan

While not all new, there's a host of changes both inside and out, through the two powertrains carry over unchanged. Well, the 2018 Acura RLX has landed and it really wants you to take this "Sport Hybrid " thing seriously. Interior updates include more premium materials and touchpoints as well as all-new seats, which now feature contrast piping a...

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  • Xbox One Acheivements System Will Be Getting
Xbox One Acheivements System Will Be Getting "Fundamental Changes" Says Microsoft

The Xbox beta app is somehow like a Windows Insider Fast ring version of the regular Xbox app. Microsoft explained in a blog post that it's "simplifying entry" for the program, allowing those specifically interested a chance to test updates.

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  • Motorola's final Moto X4 design and specifications leak
Motorola's final Moto X4 design and specifications leak

As you can see the smartphone carries the basic design tenets of Motorola handsets of this generation but the finish is markedly different. For example, we now know the Moto X4 will come with both USB-C port and 3.5mm audio jack port. A SIM tray is available on the top-edge of the smartphone. Motorola already introduced the Moto Z2 Force ...

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  • Tesla looks to test Semi on U.S. roads
Tesla looks to test Semi on U.S. roads

Several companies are working on autonomous driving technology specifically for long-haul trucks, in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. Besides producing a video showing an Otto truck driving down a road without any safety personnel in the front seat, the company also executed the drive without the appropriate autonomous testing permit.

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  • Nintendo sued over Switch controllers
Nintendo sued over Switch controllers

Gamevice has demanded that Nintendo pay damages for the infringement, and has requested a ban of all Switch sales - something that would have a massive impact on the Nintendo's revenue stream. Nintendo's Switch console has been wildly successful since its release early past year. Nintendo estimates it has sold over 4.7 million Switch units to da...

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  • NYT Admits Its Front Page Climate Change Article Was Wrong
NYT Admits Its Front Page Climate Change Article Was Wrong

Amusing thing, though: The report was already made public earlier this year. The hydrology of the Colorado River Basin, on which the West's big cities such as Phoenix, Los Angeles and Las Vegas depend, has already undergone "profound change", the report says.

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  • Eclipse viewing glasses available again at Fauquier County libraries
Eclipse viewing glasses available again at Fauquier County libraries

The short answer is yes, but not all of them in our solar system. Although Pennsylvania won't be in line for a total solar eclipse on Monday, parents and fans who turn out for the Little League World Series in Williamsport could still see the moon partially cover the sun.

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  • Should the Browns acquire Colin Kaepernick?
Should the Browns acquire Colin Kaepernick?

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick took his team to the Super Bowl just a few years ago, but the 29-year-old is without an NFL team so far this year and some believe it has nothing to do with his football skills. Since then, he hasn't been able to find a job anywhere else in the National Football League, and he has only met with one team, the Seattl...

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  • U.S. report confirms 2016 as warmest year on record
U.S. report confirms 2016 as warmest year on record

Combining historical temperature data and state-of-the-art climate model simulations, the new study finds the likelihood of experiencing consecutive record-breaking global temperatures from 2014 to 2016 without the effects of human-caused climate change is no greater than 0.03 percent and the likelihood of three consecutive record-breaking years ...

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  • Overwatch Is Adding Deathmatch to its Selection of Game Modes
Overwatch Is Adding Deathmatch to its Selection of Game Modes

He acknowledged that he once said deathmatch would "never" come to the game, but said the Arcade, which was added to the game late a year ago, has proven to be a game-changer. Finishing in the top half of a free-for-all Deathmatch will be enough to earn you credit towards weekly Arcade box unlocks, though obviously finishing top is most desirab...

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  • IPhone 7s Plus vs iPhone 8 prototypes comparison
IPhone 7s Plus vs iPhone 8 prototypes comparison

Apple could be changing the path that the smartphone industry is treading on, just like the time when Apple introduced the TouchID verification for the iPhone 5S back in 2013. Also, we have seen several leaks giving us an idea of what we can expect from the upcoming iPhone models in terms of design. Before the company's most recent earnin...

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  • China hails 'unbreakable' code sent from a satellite
China hails 'unbreakable' code sent from a satellite

China is also working to establish a large ground-based network that also uses quantum communication to protect messages, reports the BBC . News of the test - detailed in the journal Nature - comes a year after China launched the world's first quantum satellite , called Micius, and has been hailed as a milestone by reviewers.

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