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Shoes with screens let you customise what you wear

A trending project on Indiegogo seeks to create the "most adaptable shoes you'll ever own", a pair of sneakers with a flexible display letting you customise their appearance with an app. The shoes can display static images or animations as you walk.

India approves sale of generic Hepatitis C drugs

India has approved the sale of generic versions of hepatitis C drugs. The move will bring down the standard course of sofosbuvir and ledipasvir (generic versions of Sovaldi and Harvoni) to $1000 compared to $90,000 in U.S. and Europe.

MLB Trade Rumors: Mark Melancon to Toronto Blue Jays?

Toronto - David Price won't be back with Toronto after the Blue Jays signed J.A. Happ and traded with Oakland to acquire Jesse Chavez, but the Blue Jays still need pitching depth and MLB trade rumors have several players as potential targets this winter.

PS4 processor changes let future games get a performance boost

Sony has quietly rolled out an update to its PlayStation 4 software development kit that will give game creators access to more of the processor's power, should it be required. It opens the door to more graphically intense games next year.

Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao may continue fighting beyond 2016

Manny Pacquaio will likely continue fighting beyond 2016, but only if he fails to get elected as senator in the upcoming Philippine elections which will take place on May 9, 2016.

Japan's 166,000 tons of nuclear waste still waiting to be buried

In a survey conducted last month by the Kyodo News survey, none of the 47 prefectures showed much interest in hosting a nuclear waste dump site, with 14 saying "absolutely no."

2016 NBA Draft: What will Boston do with four first round picks?

The 2016 NBA Draft could have some great story lines, especially concerning the Boston Celtics as the team has four pick in the first round and seven selections overall.

Op-Ed: UAE hiring mercenaries to fight in Yemen against Houthi rebels

Aden - The United Arab Emirates(UAE) secretly sent hundreds of mercenaries from Colombia to Yemen to battle against the Houthi rebels who still control much territory in the east and north of the country including the capital Sanaa.

Russia plane entered Israel control zone from Syria: minister

Jerusalem - A Russian warplane recently entered Israeli-controlled airspace from Syria but the intrusion was resolved without incident, Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Sunday.

Islamic extremist blows up while filming propaganda video

A Jihadi fighter was in the middle of filming a propaganda video in Syria when he was blown up. The incident was captured on film.

Anthony McNaughton talks bodybuilding, wrestling and fitness Special

Long Island scholar athlete Anthony McNaughton chatted with Digital Journal about bodybuilding, wrestling, sports and fitness.

Turkey to hand over body of dead Russian pilot to Moscow

Ankara - The body of a Russian pilot killed when his plane was shot down by Turkey last week will be handed over to a Russian representative after being retrieved from Syria, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Sunday.

Op-Ed: Amazon explorer — we must rewild ourselves to save species Special

Cape Town - Human activity has sparked a mass extinction of species that may rival, and even surpass the death of the dinosaurs. With that in mind, a mother-and-son team is set to pedal across the Southern Atlantic on a customized boat powered only by foot pedals.

Filipino aspiring boxers shine in 'Pinoy Pride 34'

At least five Filipino boxers have won their respective fights against foreign challengers who participated in the Pinoy Pride 34 boxing event on Saturday in Lapu-lapu City, Cebu.

Climate talks: Do you know your AOSIS from your ALBA?

Paris - After years of intense haggling, the best hope for protecting Earth's climate is contained in a non-paper littered with no-text options on everything from CBDR to mitigation. Say what?

NBA Trade Rumors: Taj Gibson to Toronto Raptors?

Toronto - Despite winning the Atlantic Division last season and making moves to add help on the defensive end during the off season, the Toronto Raptors still lack some toughness in the paint and help is needed for this team to contend for an NBA title.

2016 NFL Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

With the college football season nearly over and several NFL teams now already looking towards next year, it's time to start looking at the latest mock drafts and the biggest areas of need for each franchise.

PKK leader urges US, EU to broker peace with Turkey: report

Berlin - A Kurdish rebel leader said Sunday that Turkey has slipped into a civil war with the Kurds, as he urged the European Union and the United States to step up as peace brokers to end the conflict.

Lizard Squad claims responsibility for Black Friday PSN outage

Hacker group Lizard Squad has claimed responsibility for a major service outage on Sony's PlayStation Network for hours on Black Friday. Gamers found they couldn't login or play online, adding another attack to the list of Lizard Squad's claimed actions.

India Coca-Cola plant blamed for water scarcity, asked to leave

New Delhi - Eighteen village councils in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India are demanding that the local Coca-Cola plant be prohibited from extracting groundwater, claiming that overuse has led to a scarcity of water in the area.
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