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Andreas Weimann has joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan until the end of the season.The Austrian international forward joined Derby County in a £2m-plus deal from Aston Villa in the summer of 2015 but the move has not worked out for the 25-year-old. He has started only two games this season against Liverpool in the EFL Cup and Queens Park Rangers in the Championship.Here, the Derby Telegraph's chief football writer Steve Nicholson turns the clock back to pre-season and the Rams' final...
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Techradar
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New consoles are an exciting time, but they can also be expensive. As well as having to spend your hard earned money buying a new system, you also need to build up a number of new accessories as well if you want to get the most out of it. Then theres the games, which are often pricey for a system thats only just hit shelves. Thankfully, Amazons been offering some pretty steep discounts on the hottest upcoming Nintendo Switch games, which is great if youre looking to cheaply build up a library of new games. Check out our guide to our top picks of the new game discounts. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild By far the biggest title in Nintendos launch line up, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is being priced by the majority of retailers at around 59.99. Amazon, however, is using the pre-order period to undercut the competition and you can find the game there for a still expensive though much more reasonable 49.
Techradar
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It's more than a handy off-site button, though. It also syncs records across all devices big (like an iMac) to small (like the iPhone SE), making the recording and listening back process a tad easier. Citymapper is the pre-eminent public transport app, so no wonder it's an Apple Watch essential. It tells you how to get around selected cities including London, Manchester, Paris, Barcelona and New York. As well as bus, train and subway times and directions, the Watch app even offers cycling routes and bike hire details such as London's Boris Bikes. Once you've set up the journey on the phone, step-by-step notifications will appear on the Watch screen. You can start journeys to home or previously saved destinations right from the Watch, and it will even help you find your way to nearby bus stops and train stations. Brilliant, just brilliant. Dave Phelan also contributed to this feature Next: Here's our Apple Watch review
Autocar
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UK drivers could face pollution fines in Paris if they fail to display an anti-pollution sticker in their car's windscreen British drivers heading into Paris could be fined for not displaying an anti-pollution sticker as the French capital launches a new scheme to improve air quality. British drivers heading to Paris on or after 1 April will have to order a sticker online and put it in their car’s windscreen. Any car caught without a relevant sticker will face a €6859) fine. CalledCritAir", the stickers are separated into six categories ranging from zero emissions vehicles to diesel-powered cars, vans and trucks. A spokesman for the AA said: ‘All British drivers heading to Paris will have to make sure they have the CritAir sticker arranged before heading over the Channel. There are no exceptions, so it’s another item to add to your pre-travel checks.
Auto Express
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19 Jan, 2017 12:15pm Richard Ingram The Tesla Model S P100D is blisteringly fast and now has a 381-mile range, but this all comes at a cost It seems a week can’t go by without Tesla CEO Elon Musk announcing yet another power and performance upgrade for his unique range of all-electric cars . Earlier this month, Musk revealed an ‘Easter Egg’, whereby over-the-air software would inject the already ridiculous Model S with an additional 33bhp, slashing the 0-60mph time to 2.4 seconds. It’s the pre-Egg P100D we’re driving here for the first time, meaning the benchmark sprint takes a lethargic tenth of a second longer. • Best electric cars on sale Still monumentally fast, then? Absolutely. The Tesla Model S P100D replaces the P90D and feels quite unlike anything else on the road. Even a Porsche 911 Turbo S with its trick launch control system feels sluggish compared to the instant torque of a Tesla.
Bristol Post
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A seismic shift in how and where we work will take place by 2030, while new homes in Bristol look set to be pre-fabricated 'like cars' within the next five years, says property consultancy JLL. JLL has also created a glimpse into how your working day could look in 2030 with an eye-opening new film. It is based on new research by JLL Workspace, Reworked into how technology is shaping the workplace and will be shared at its annual South West Market Review in Bristol today as it...
The Economic Times
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The pre-poll alliance talks between BJP and Shiv Sena had shifted to haggling between local leaders of both parties, over which seats they can win.
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Voice Of America
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Watch: President-elect Trump's Emerging Foreign PolicyContaining the spread of radical Islam must be a major foreign policy goal of the United States and indeed the world,” Trump said. “Events may require the use of military force, but it’s also a philosophical struggle, like our long struggle in the Cold War.” In the second speech, at Youngstown University in Ohio in August, Trump ratcheted up his rhetoric about terror, warning countries around the world that they’d be judged based on their commitment to the U.S. goal of fighting terrorism. “All actions should be oriented around this goal, and any country which shares this goal will be our ally,” Trump told a rally of supporters. ‘Strategic surpriseIt was a theme that Trump would repeat, in one iteration or another, throughout the campaign, but his advisers say Trump’s pre- and post-election pronouncements on foreign policy, often delivered off the cuff, should not be read as policy prescriptions.
The Economic Times
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'Sidhu has joined Cong without any pre-conditions'Declaring that he was in the Congress because of Amarinder, Sidhu asserted that he would go to Lambi constituency as campaigner to campaign against CM Parkash Singh Badal.
The Economic Times
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Declaring that he was in the Congress because of Amarinder, Sidhu asserted that he would go to Lambi constituency as campaigner to campaign against CM Parkash Singh Badal.
The Sun Daily - Lifestyle
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Aether Revolt adds 184 cards to the game and introduces two new game mechanicsRevolt and Improvise. Revolt are bonuses and abilities that trigger if a permanent has left the field during the turn it is played. Powerful by nature, Revolt is the most technical of the two new abilities and will only see play in specific decks, mainly white and blue decks. Improvise, on the other hand, lets players tap artefacts to reduce a casting cost of a spell by one colourless mana. This effectively turns artefacts into an invaluable resource by letting players cast their powerful spells ahead of the curve. Aether Revolt also adds more vehicles to its mechanics, making it much easier to accumulate energy counter. Magic: The GatheringAether Revolt Expansion will be released on Jan 20. Last weekend, all local stores that carry the game played host to several pre-release events that were based on the Sealed Deck format where players were given pre-release packs and time to construct a 40-card minimum deck.
Sky News
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Some of Wall Street's biggest financial firms are enjoying a pre-Trump profit boom. That's according to the FT. "What a stink!", says the Mail, claiming some households will now only have their bins collected once a month. That is in Wales. The Times reports a fifth of new drugs will be rationed under tighter NHS cost-cutting plans, meaning that patients will suffer longer delays for medication.
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Den of Geek
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Voice Of America
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Business leaders in Davos, traditionally the high priests of globalization, are talking up the benefits of local production this week to shield themselves from criticism from incoming U.S. President Donald Trump. Elected on a jobs-focusedAmerica Firstplatform, Trump has taken to Twitter to rebuke major companies like General Motors, Lockheed Martin and United Technologies, either for making goods in Mexico or for the price of their products. Adjusting to Trump era At this week’s World Economic Forum (WEF), a gathering of business and political elites in the Swiss Alps synonymous with free markets, company bosses said they were now preparing to adjust to the Trump era. “The basic message is to be more national, dont just be global,” Richard Edelman, CEO of communications marketing firm Edelman, told Reuters. “Let’s try and pre-empt that tweet by having a long-term discussion about the supply chain.
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KitchenAid and Nespresso got together to create this amazing coffee machine: it not only has a beautiful design but it comes with six pre-programmed drink sizes and a large water tank (1,4L) that heats-up under 30 seconds. You’ll have top quality coffee at hand every morning, and your days will never be the same. Apply by entering your details below.
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
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MATTY Holmes admitted it would not have been fair to expect Sam Bayston to continue to play through the pain barrier – after the Wimborne Town winger was ruled out for the season.
Sky News
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Some of Wall Street's biggest financial firms are enjoying a pre-Trump profit boom, that's according to the FT. "What a stink!" Says the Mail, claiming some households will now only have their bins collected once a month.
The Star Online
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Transition officials had said the press might be moved from the White House into a separate building, but in a pre-recorded interview with Fox News Wednesday, president-elect Donald Trump said he'd decided to stick with tradition. One catch though: he says he'll get to pick which journalists are allowed in.
Informed Comment
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Though he will face opposition from within the US government and legal system, if there are more successful terrorist attacks on American soil, the pre-existing public support for torture, combined with the momentum for the president to “do something”, might be difficult to overcome. Reversing the support for torture among the American public is almost certainly going to be a long-term process. Until then, there is an important role for US allies to be clear about their disapproval, to make the international diplomatic costs of using torture clear. Foreign leaders must stand up and add their voices to the domestic opponents of torture to make Trump think twice before instituting waterboarding. Statements such as that made by Angela Merkel , who stressed close cooperation based on “the dignity of each and every person”, need to be reinforced by other leaders.