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Nintendo's Switch NES gamepads are an unnecessary blow from the past

The Switch NES controllers look just like the original, with the same blocky corners, the sturdy plastic construction, and the concave buttons that hold your fingers exactly. Of course, there are some key differences: they are wireless and have L and R keys embedded in a switch rail connection at the top and bottom. You load them by sliding them …

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Oracle bought a profit blow with share buybacks

Oracle Corp. Wall Street surprised on Monday with strong returns, but only with the help of strong share buybacks. The Oracle ORCL, -1.87% Adjusted fiscal earnings of 80 cents per share in the second quarter were at the upper end of its forecast and slightly higher than Wall Street's consensus estimate of 78 cents per share. according to FactSet. Its …

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Spain's socialists struck a blow in Andalusia, right-wing extremist

BARCELONA, Spain – Spain's Social Democrats suffered a setback in the country's regional elections in South Sunday, the first electoral test for Premier Pedro Sanchez's party since its seizure of power in June. The crackdown on Social Democrats counters with the outbreak of anti-immigration party Vox, which claimed 12 seats in the 109-member Andalusian regional parliament. Vox has not had …

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ICYMI: Bears blow out bills; Bulls and blackhawks hit the runners

The bears rolled in the state of New York, while the Bulls and Blackhawks continued to lose streaks over the weekend. You may have missed the following weekend in Chicago: Bears The Bears blew Bill's 41-9 to improve to 5-3 midway through the season. The blowout victory was against a 2-7 team, but it's still a good sign for the …

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Hawks bend offensive muscles, blow out Redskins 38-14

AP Published 4:31 pm ET November 4, 2018 | Updated 5:45 pm ET November 4, 2018 Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Falcons (2) celebrates the arrival of Julio Jones in the second half of an NFL football game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday , the 4th of November. 2018 in Landover, MD (AP photo / Mark Tenally) [Photo: The Associated …

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Starbucks Launches Post-Earnings Blow, China Fears Evaporation

Starbucks (SBUX) shares will strengthen on Thursday after the final and final results of the September quarter's results after the end of the market. The Company Generated Earnings of $ 0.62 per Share on Revenue of $ 6.3 Billion for $ 0.60 Revenue of $ 6.27 Billion Per Share. The stock rises by almost 9% compared to the news. "Starbucks …

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Category 5 supertaifun Yutu, who now moves away from the US territories of Saipan and Tinian after a devastating blow

The supertaifun Yutu has become the strongest typhoon in the record over Saipan and Tinian. Destructive winds, storm surges and floods will occur] Guam will experience gusty winds, coastal flooding and heavy rains The super typhoon Yutu is now moving away from the Northern Mariana Islands in the western Pacific after becoming the strongest typhoon the US over Saipan and …

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Tens of thousands without power while heavy thunderstorms blow northeast of Ohio

According to FirstEnergy, more than 40,000 customers in Northeast Ohio are currently without electricity due to severe thunderstorms in the region. Almost all of these failures are found in the counties of Cuyahoga, Lake and Lorain alone. While most should be turned back on until 8pm, some services were not restored until Sunday afternoon. Heavy storm warning was effective for …

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UFC 230: Luke Rockhold, who retired with Chris Weidman from the rematch, has given New York another blow

The UFC 230 Combat Card, which plays for Madison Square Garden on November 3, does not break. According to ESPN's board Okamoto with nearly two weeks left until the event, the co-main event, which was designed to mark the middleweight rematch between Luke Rockhold and Chris Weidman, is off. That's because Rockhold is forced to retire from the fight and …

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