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'World's deepest flooded cave' discovered in Czech Republic

Prague - A Czech-Polish team said Friday it had discovered the world's deepest underwater cave in the eastern Czech Republic.

HP backs down from blocking third-party printer inks

Earlier this month, reports hit the media that a timebomb in HP's printers caused thousands of devices to simultaneously start blocking third-party inks. The company has now apologised to customers, saying it will issue a new update to reverse the block.

Category 3 Hurricane Matthew expected to strengthen even more

Hurricane Matthew strengthened into a Category 2 storm during the night, but while writing this report, the NHC advisory at 11:00 a.m. upgraded Matthew to a Category 3 storm.

NBA News and Rumors: Norris Cole to Cleveland Cavaliers?

Cleveland - Cleveland enters training camp looking to win back-to-back NBA titles, but the off season has seen the back court lose some depth with Mo Williams retiring and J.R. Smith and the front office still at odds over a new contract.

New evidence shows people lived in Americas before Clovis people

Arroyo Seco - More evidence has been found that supports the growing belief that early humans, predating the Clovis people made it to the Americas over 14,000 years ago.

Can modifying the microbiome reduce autism?

Scientists have found that the absence of a single species of bacteria contributes to autism-like social behaviors. Moreover, adding this bacterium back normal social activity is restored.

Samsung admits some replaced Galaxy Note 7 phones are overheating

Samsung has responded to reports that replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices are overheating, admitting it's looking into reports that phones are becoming uncomfortably hot during use. It is replacing 2.5m Note 7 handsets that could explode and catch fire.

Moscow accuses US of sparing Syria jihadist group

Moscow - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday accused the United States of protecting a jihadist group in Syria in its effort to overthrow the beleaguered regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Russia dismisses Syria campaign death toll allegation

Moscow - Russia on Friday dismissed an accusation its bombing campaign in Syria has killed thousands of civilians, insisting it has stopped jihadists taking over as it marks a year since it began air strikes.

Report: Linux security must be upgraded to protect future tech

Researchers have detailed a series of security risks in the Linux kernel that threaten to put the future of the Internet of Things at risk. Developers told the 2016 Linux Security Summit that Linux needs a "total rethink" to remain safe to use.

US: Talks with Russia on Syria 'on life support'

Washington - Two days after threatening to suspend talks with Russia on the crisis in Syria, the United States confirmed Friday that negotiations continue but insisted they are "on life support.

Disgruntled customer runs amok at Apple store in France

Dijon - French prosecutors said Friday they would seek a fast-track trial against a young man -- apparently an unsatisfied customer -- who ran amok in an Apple store, smashing phones and tablets with a metal ball.

Fancy a chat? Londoners appalled at Tube badges

London - When American Jonathan Dunne began handing out badges encouraging travellers on the London Underground to talk to each other, he had no idea how controversial challenging the unwritten 'no conversation' rule would be.

Review: ‘Deepwater Horizon’ puts audiences at the centre of the disaster Special

‘Deepwater Horizon’ is a remarkably intense depiction of a wide-reaching disaster that focuses on the people at its epicentre.

Google says faster Android Wear 2.0 won't arrive until 2017

Google has announced it's postponing the launch of its upcoming Android Wear 2.0 update until 2017. The release includes improved performance, a revised user interface and expanded support for cellular connections but has been delayed for testing.

Turkey opposition leader blasts Erdogan's 'counter coup'

Istanbul - Turkey's main opposition party leader on Friday accused the government of seeking to capitalise on the July 15 coup to stifle dissent, and vowed to oppose moves to extend a three-month state of emergency.

MLB Power Rankings: Chicago Cubs number one, look to break curse!

Chicago - With just three days left in the 2016 MLB regular season, division titles have been decided, but the race for the two wild card positions in both leagues are still up for grabs.

Dutch summon Russian ambassador over MH17 comments

Den Haag - Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders has summoned Russia's ambassador over "unacceptable" comments by Moscow criticising a report into the downing of flight MH17, officials said on Friday."Responding to the presentation of the initial findings...

Should Canada be recommending vitamin D?

Toronto - Following the recommendation that people in the U.K. take vitamin D supplements, a pressure group in Canada has begun lobbying for the recommendations to be made by the Canadian government.

Trump Hotels & Casinos reportedly violated Cuban embargo

According to a report in Newsweek, a major company controlled by Donald Trump did business in Cuba over 15 years ago in spite of the U.S. trade embargo. Trump denied the allegations but his campaign manager seemed to admit them.
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