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Sony launches Xperia XZ Premium smartphone - Irish Times

Sony has become the latest mobile manufacturer to unveil a smartphone, with the new Xperia XZ Premium, which was launched at Mobile World Congress on Monday. As the largest annual global gathering for the mobile industry got fully underway in ...

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Phone Makers Take Aim At Ailing Samsung With New Handsets - NDTV

Barcelona: China's Huawei, LG and other phone firms unveiled new smartphones on Sunday as they tried to capitalise on Samsung's withdrawal of its flagship device after faulty batteries led several of the handsets to catch fire. Samsung, the world's ...

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WHO: These 12 bacteria pose greatest risk to human health - CNN

(CNN) Twelve types of bacteria were deemed "priorities" in urgent need of new antibiotics, according to a list released by the World Health Organization on Monday. The first list of its kind, it highlights bacteria that global health experts believe ...

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We Finally Know More About Gary From Chicago's Identity - TIME

The Oscars Best Picture flub may dominate headlines, but the moment that really stole the show didn't involve La La Land, Moonlight, or even a red envelope, but an affable man from Chicago named Gary. During the show, host Jimmy Kimmel decided to ...and more »

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The Case For Waiting To Buy A Nintendo Switch - Forbes

The Nintendo Switch launches this Friday, and while you physically cannot buy one at the current moment, with all pre-orders sold out, it's certain that Nintendo will be making more soon enough. The question is that if you don't already have one on the ...

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Let The Red Carpet Knockoff War Begin - Bloomberg

The Oscars are over, but the legal battle to protect those stunning dresses is just starting. by. Kim Bhasin. @KimBhasin More stories by Kim Bhasin. Mon Feb 27 2017 08:54:02 GMT-0800 (PST). Emma Stone. Photographer: Christopher Polk/Getty Images.

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Moms are much more sleep-deprived, survey shows - CBS News

This will come as no surprise to mothers, but a new survey finds that women with children living at home are more likely to be sleep-deprived than women without children. However, the presence of children in the home did nothing to alter men's sleep ...