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Watchdog Ipid probes shoot-out between Cape Town cops and suspected hijacker

A suspected hijacker and a woman are under police guard at a Cape Town hospital after a shoot-out with police officers on Monday night.Grace Langa, spokesperson for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), said the directorate was investigating the incident which took place in Kuils River, about 25km outside Cape Town.Langa said three flying squad police officers were on their way home when t

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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Release Date And File Size Seemingly Revealed

Get ready to rumble by Liam Doolan 11 hours ago Less than a week after finding out CatDog and April O'Neil would be joining the battle in the upcoming fighter, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, the game's release date and file size for the Nintendo Switch hasve now seemingly been revealed. According to a North America eShop listing and Nintendo's website, the game will be arriving next month on 5th October. The digi

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Research finds pet dogs can predict owners’ epileptic seizures

Updated 4 hours ago NEW RESEARCH LED by Queen’s University Belfast has shown that dogs can predict epileptic seizures, offering a warning sign to owners that has the potential to save lives. Epileptic seizures are associated with a specific smell which is detectable by pet dogs. The study analysed the reaction of dogs to odours and found that the dogs could predict when a seizur

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Naughty Dog hopes to solve crunch complaints with ‘working groups’

In an interview with Game Informer that went up over the weekend, Naughty Dog co-presidents Evan Wells and Neil Druckmann say the company is working to improve work-life balance with a new set of working groups. In response to a question about crunch and unionization, Wells and Druckmann gave somewhat demurring answers that delved into the "passion" of

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CM Radio

Happy post-Valentine's Day, folks. In this week's show, bring you some R.O.C.K. in the form of an interview with Monster Truck guitarist Jeremy Widerman, a good

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Garth Crooks’ team of the week: De Gea, Van Dijk, Gundogan, Townsend, Torres,

Manchester United beat Wolves 1-0 in their first game since announcing they had reached an agreement to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Arsenal's poor start continued with a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City, while Liverpool and Chelsea drew 1-1 at Anfield.Everton made it seven points out of nine with a 2-0 win at Brighton and Leicester also secured their second win of the season - 2-1 at Norwich.Brentford's encouraging start

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Three people displaced, two dogs perish in Gatineau house fire

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Firefighters were called to the scene in the Hull sector by passersby shortly after 12:30 a.m. Author of the article: Staff Reporter Gatineau fire services Photo by File photo /Postmedia Article content Gatineau police were called to investigate an early Saturday fire that heavily damaged a single-family

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Bryson DeChambeau’s sudden plunge turns rout into barnburner heading into final round of BMW Championship

OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Heading to the 12th tee in Saturday’s third round of the BMW Championship, Bryson DeChambeau’s destruction of defenseless, soft Caves Valley Golf Club was threatening to turn the second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs into a rout.After coming up a 6-foot putt short of shooting 59 in the second round and settling for a career-low 60, DeChambeau was on another 59 watch as he made back-to-back ea

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Investors Lose $119 Million in Dogecoin Mining Scam

Another day, another scam in the crypto world. On this occasion, it was a bad actor that managed to rip off would-be investors in a Dogecoin mining scam, according to local media in Turkey.  Over US$100 Million Stolen The scammer, identified as “Turgut V”, together with his team managed to trick investors into buying DOGE and handing it over to him, thereby investing in mining technology and promising 1

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Video Friday: Afghan Girls Robotics Team Reaches Safety

Nevertheless, while computer chips won't burn a literal hole in your pocket (though they do get hot enough to fry an egg), they still require a lot of current to run the applications we use every day. Consider the data-center SoC: On average, it's consuming 200 W to provide its transistors with about 1 to 2 volts, which means the chip is drawing 100 to 200 amperes of current from the voltage regulators that suppl

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