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B.C. residents returning home after wildfires face a new problem

Kamloops - While wildfires in British Columbia continue to burn out-of-control, the province is already looking at the complicated logistics of returning evacuees back to their homes.

Canada sees solid job gains in June, most of them part-time

Statistics Canada released the latest numbers on the country's economy Friday, reporting that 45,000 jobs were added in June, nudging the unemployment rate down to 6.5 percent.

Intel confirms its newest processors may freeze under heavy load

Intel has confirmed a bug in its Skylake family of processors can cause freezes and complete system lock-ups when the chip is placed under heavy load. The issue was discovered while calculating very large Mersenne prime numbers.

Reports: Updating to Lollipop could brick the Nexus 5 & 7 devices

Several reports from across the Internet indicate that Google's Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Android devices are, in many cases, ending up bricked after being updated to Android Lollipop. The company is not responding as owners get angry.

Chinese president visits Xinjiang, pushing regional 'harmony'

At the end of the his four-day investigation trip in Xinjiang, President Hu Jintao addressed to the regional authorities yesterday, emphasizing the importance to maintain ethnic unity and stability.

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