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Sony has announced the latest iteration of the Walkman and its a rugged, sports-focussed Bluetooth headphone thatll be hitting the US , UK and Australia this June. The Walkman series came to fame as the first portable music devices that allowed people to carry their own tunes around with them, rather than being restricted to a preprogrammed radio broadcast. Sony has decided to breathe new life into the series with the 2017 iteration by combining the Walkmans capacity as an audio player with the wireless listening abilities of the companys other Bluetooth headphones. The Sony Wearable Walkman (WS623) is targeted at both fitness freaks and nature nerds, with some fairly substantial protection against the elements and workout-friendly features. The headphones are waterproof and dustproof (IP65) enabling you to use them comfortably at the beach, and apparently allowing you to swim in saltwater up to a depth of 2 metres for half an hour.
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It cost £20.3 billion, but that has now been paid back... So the government now owns just under 2% of the bank and that's expected to be sold off soon, making the government a profit. This has been possible because it's been performing well. Results this morning showed a doubling of profits over the last three months to £1.3 billion. Let's talk to Laith Khalaf from the stockbroker.
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Enlarge (credit: Valentina Palladino) Samsung isn't the only company that has had deal with exploding products . A Wisconsin woman told ABC News that her new Fitbit Flex 2 activity tracker "exploded" on her wrist while she read a book earlier this week. Dina Mitchell was treated at an area urgent care provider the next day and was left with second-degree burns on her wrist. After the device combusted, Mitchell quickly removed it from her wrist. Doctors allegedly had to remove small pieces of rubber and plastic from her arm left by the melting device. Mitchell received the Flex 2 as a birthday gift and only had it for about two weeks before the incident. Fitbit knows about the incident and offered Mitchell a free replacement device. Fitbit provided Ars its full statement: Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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BFSI space is showing signs of recovery for all IT majors including Wipro, Infosys or TCS.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Welcome to Thursday's live Nottingham Forest coverage. It's a packed day today as Mark Warburton's Reds prepare for their penultimate Championship game of the season - and what a big one it is. A win for the Reds at QPR would not only lift Forest above Ian Holloway's men but effectively ensure their own survival. On the back of a 3-2 home victory over Reading, Warburton's side will be buoyed by the level of performance and determination shown after the Royals fought back in holding on for...
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with a £20 million price tag, has been sold. Yes, West Heslerton, near Malton, includes a mansion, 43 houses, a pub and 2,000 acres of farmland. It had been owned by the same family for more than 150 years but has now.
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Motorola has made its latest competitively-priced smartphones available in Australia today, with the local launch of the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. Both new models sport a metal housing, run the Android 7.0 OS and even include certain features that rival phones well beyond their budget price tags. The G5 has a 1080p 5.0-inch screen, fingerprint scanner and simple conveniences like dual SIM slots, a removable battery and a water repellent coating. While it doesnt look like the most impressive phone on paper, its super-affordable at just $299. Motorolas G5 Plus seems to do have done even better in terms of bang-for-buck. While youll be paying an extra $100 over the standard model, the upgrades you get will likely impact everyday use pretty significantly. The layout and 1080p screen (5.2-inch this time) are very similar to the base model, but most of the other improvements are more substantial.
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for people who voluntarily agree to give up their seats and will no longer require already seated customers to leave the plane. Breaking news now. TSB bank has revealed its first quarter financial results, saying it provided 2.2 billion pounds worth of new mortgages.
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to the floor holding his face, and he was booked - quite rightly - by the referee, Mike Jones. Somebody give that boy a BAFTA! Sunderland were beaten in the battle of the bottom 2, Marten De Roon.
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2, Marten De Roon got the only goal after eight minutes. Sunderland could be relegated on Saturday if they lose to Bournemouth. The other big story from yesterday was that Maria Sharapova made her return after a 15-month doping ban, and.
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STEWART Day believes Bury’s finances are on the up after the latest accounts revealed a reduction in operating losses to £2.5million for the year 2015/16.
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It says a great deal about our low growth and low wage world that whether to give pensioners a 2.5 per cent annual pay bump is so hotly debated.
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Owners and staff members at three restaurants in eastern China have been jailed for using waste cooking oil to make hotpot, according to a news website. More than 10 people working at the eateries in Wenzhou in Zhejiang province were given sentences ranging from eight months to just over 2½ years, 66wz.com reported. The restaurant owners were given the stiffest jail terms, according to the article. Tainted baby milk, rat meat and gutter oil bring challenges and opportunities for China...
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