The Sun Daily
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The Sun Daily
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Herald Courier
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Herald Courier
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Ars Technica
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Enlarge / It was either this or yet another picture of some lightning. (credit: Airwolfhound ) We're big fans of Thunderbolt 3 here at Ars, attracted by its enormous versatility, high performance, and the promise of being a single port and a single cable that can do it all. While the technology is becoming increasingly common on high-end portables, it's still far from ubiquitous. Intel has announced a couple of measures that should go a long way toward boosting Thunderbolt 3's adoption. The first step is straightforward and, in our view, a long time coming: the company is going to finally integrate Thunderbolt 3 into its processors. Although the first Thunderbolt 3 chips, codenamed "Alpine Ridge," were released in the third quarter of 2015, last year's Kaby Lake chipsets, including the high-end Z270, didn't include any native Thunderbolt 3 support.
BBC One Wales
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It's a lot more than a football match now, it's about showing our respects. Obviously, the tragedy in Manchester, the kids and people that lost their lives. How hard will this be for the team? It's got to spur them on
BBC One East
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It's a lot more than a football match now, it's about showing our respects. Obviously, the tragedy in Manchester, the kids and people that lost their lives. How hard will this be for the team? It's got to spur them on. They have got to win it for Manchester and make Manchester.
Voice Of America
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He said that he would “work tirelessly” to fulfill the WHO promise of universal coverage and would ensure “a robust response for emergencies to come.” He promised to strengthen the frontlines of health, transform the World Health Organization into a world class force and lastly “place accountability, transparency and continuous improvement at the heart of WHOs culture.” At a news conference in Geneva, he said the concept of health as a human right would be at the heart of whatever he did. “Half of our population does not have access to health care,” he said. That, he said, could and should be remedied through universal health care coverage, which would address the issue of health as a human right and act as a spur to development. “All roads should lead to universal health coverage and it should be the center of gravity of our movement,” he said.
Herald Courier
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BBC One East
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Obviously, the tragedy in Manchester, the kids and people that lost their lives. How hard will this be for the team? It's got to spur them on. They have got to win.
BBC One Wales
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It's got to spur them on. They have got to win it for Manchester and make Manchester proud. This evening, United fans will unfurl this giant banner here in Stockholm's friends arena,.
The Truth About Cars
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Some details aren't likely to spur readers into dropping what they're doing and taking the rest of the day off to plan their next big purchase, but one change planned for the 2018 GMC Yukon Denali does sweeten the pot. Large, V8-powered SUVs seldom amaze with their fuel economy, so any improvement in thirstiness is [] The post Changes Afoot for the 2018 GMC Yukon Denali appeared first on The Truth About Cars .
France 24
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Sky News
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hurts me and it pains me, in my home city, to see these images. Sometimes it takes things like this to spur people on and become champions within our communities. I hope you stick around
Washington Free Beacon
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Business owners touted the benefits of tax reform, saying that it would spur investment, create jobs, and grow the American economy. But some criticized the proposed border-adjustment tax included in the Republican tax reform blueprint. The House Republicans introduced their tax reform blueprint,"A Better Way," last year. The plan proposes a border-adjustment tax of 20 percent on all goods imported in the United States. At a House Ways and Means hearing today, business leaders told lawmakers that they support an overhaul of the tax code, but they do not support the border-adjustment tax. Brian Cornell, the board chairman and CEO of Target, said the high tax rate of 35 percent on their business has motivated them to support tax reform that brings the rate down. However, the border-adjustment tax would increase that rate to 75 percent, since the tax would raise the prices of everyday goods the company sells.
The Iran Project
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Shana A senior official with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) says signature of the newly-devised oil contracts will spur offshore oil and gas industries on to liveliness. Gholareza Manouchehri, deputy managing director of NIOC for development and engineering, told a conference in Tehran on Tuesday that development of fields like Kish and North Pars gas fields has been considered in the new contract model. He also said that Hangam, Forouzan and Reshadat fields will also develop under buyback or EPCF contracts. Manouchehri also said the number of South Pars platforms will reach 40 in the near future which means more maintenance capabilities need to be developed by Iranian companies. He expressed satisfaction at improvement of offshore industries in Iran over the past two decades, saying, however, that the country is still far from a favorable point in the field.
The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: Pos Malaysia Bhd’s net profit fell 25.9% to RM10.64 million for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2017 against RM14.35 million in the previous corresponding period, due to higher cost of sales and operating expenses as well as finance cost. Revenue for the quarter under review, however, soared 46.6% from RM433.64 million to RM635.55 million. Pos Malaysia said in a filing with the stock exchange that it expects the group’s prospects to remain positive in the near to medium term, with continued growth in e-commerce, domestic and regional remained as one of the key growth drivers for it. “Favourable demographics, competitive pricing and increased reliability of the fulfilment functions by the marketplace platforms are expected to spur the increase in online purchases, especially consumer goods, in Malaysia and the region,” it opined. Pos Malaysia’s full-year net profit rose 33.2% from RM63.09 million to RM84.06 million on the back of a 21.2% rise in revenue from RM1.72 billion to RM2.08 billion.
The Sun Daily
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BBC Radio Wales
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unbound Nancy what do you think of your own capital it was not far off it um I don't you have a chance to look at the budgie bird and the Beast figures that but think about their about growth do you think they're blasting optimistic from what I've seen yes that's me over optimistic and another thing is that your president trump wants to cut taxes and he says that that would spur growth but the last few times we've tried that I'm tax cuts have definitely not spur growth in the economy um you know those forecast I've seen you know 1.8 1.9% but no economist were the salt is saying economic growth of Three Bridges seems a lot of time wasn't the US government send a text to everyone you member that with tax couples x.
NPR
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The administration's motive is to get as many people back into the workforce as possible in an effort to spur economic growth, said OMB Director Mick Mulvaney. (Image credit: Robert F. Bukaty/AP)
Inc.
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With only ten minutes and a little practice, you can develop a habit that can drastically improve your life.
Asia Today
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Hackaday
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It needs a little help from vim, though. So... Even if you never need any of these tricks, some of the methods used to coax Git into doing something unusual might spur you to think of something else. An obvious idea would be a difference program for Gerbers or some other printed circuit board file format. Being able to see what changed between a few revisions of a PC board would be really useful. Obviously, being able to track schematics would be useful, too. Spice models ought to be no problem at all. Have any useful Git hacks? Leave a link in the comments. Filed under: Hackaday Columns , linux hacks , Original Art , Skills