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Apple China pushes software update to solve the case Qualcomm

Apple, which was outlawed for alleged infringement of Qualcomm patents in China on some iPhone models, said Friday it would provide software updates to users to address potential issues. Apple will be doing the software updates early next week, "to address potential compliance concerns," the company said in a statement sent to Reuters. Earlier this week, Qualcomm said a Chinese …

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Man pushes random passers by oncoming truck in Los Angeles (VIDEO)

LOS ANGELES – A random passer-by in downtown Los Angeles is fortunate to be alive after being pushed in front of a truck on Wednesday by a casual person on the street. In the Los Angeles surveillance video Angeles ABC Station KABC, a man is sitting on a bench at the sidewalk. He jumps on a woman and scares her …

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Penn State pushes for offense

Associated Press Published at 1:24 am and on November 10, 2018 | Updated 05:45 ET 10 November 2018 Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley is brought down by Michigan defensive line leader Chase Winovich, left, and defensive line leader Kwity Paye the third quarter. Photos are from the University of Michigan against Penn State University at the Michigan Stadium at Ann …

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Migrants caravan pushes through dangerous area; Trump warnings continue

CLOSE Drone footage shows some of the several thousand Central Americans, mainly Hondurans, from above who have wandered through Southern Mexico in a caravan, hoping to reach the US. (November 2) AP Salvadoran migrants traveling to the US in a caravan cross the Suchiate River to Mexico, as seen on November 2, 2018 from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, In the …

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New study pushes back the origins of chocolate

Credit: CC0 Public Domain As Halloween partygoers prepare to enjoy chocolate, a new study by an international research team, including the University of British Columbia, is pushing back the origins of the delicious sweet treats. The study, published online today in Nature Ecology & Evolution suggests that cocoa – the plant from which chocolate is made – was domesticated some …

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Wentworth defeat pushes Australia's prime minister into minority government

He pointed to the election that shook Chancellor Angela Merkel's government in Germany last week in Bavaria as voters turned their backs on conservative allies against the progressive, pro-refugee Greens. "Australians are cut off from politics as a whole, and this also reflects a broader trend in Western politics," said Roggeveen, adding that "center-left and center-right parties emerged from social …

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Macron popularity plummets at home as he pushes globalism on world stage

French President Emmanuel Macron has presented himself as the international leader defending multilateralism and globalism against the rising forces of nationalism. The dashing Frenchmen ran for the Presidency in 2017 on a platform of pragmatic centrism, mixed with a dash of globalism amid a wave of nationalism sweeping through the continent. His comfortable victory over the nationalist Marine Le Pen …

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U.S. Officials Meet With Taliban Again Trump Pushes Afghan Peace Process

"The United States is making a meeting between the Taliban and Afghan government, but the Taliban did not accept that," Mr. Mutmaeen said. "This was the first meeting between the Americans and the second meeting between Americans and the Taliban. The meeting in Doha comes to the Taliban. Despite the security and political chaos, as the government and the opposition …

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Union County, Arkansas sheriff pushes claims from activists on Nike shirt

Last Updated Oct 11, 2018 1:51 PM EDT An activist alleging that inmates were made to wear nike shirts in their mug shots has left the sheriff's office in Union County, Arkansas, on the defensive civil rights activist and The Writer Shaun King has posted photos of 12 mug shot with inmates wearing the sportswear manufacturer's brand, apparently in response …

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