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Arizona football to stop performing Haka dance

Arizona's game against UCLA last week was broadcast on ABC, and the cameras showed Arizona's pre-game ritual, which led to an outcry on social media and, eventually, the petition to UA president Ann Weaver Hart to stop the Wildcats from performing it in the future.

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Nvidia Shield TV Box Lands in the United Kingdom for £150

SHIELD is available at select partners, including Amazon in UK, France and Germany as well as MediaMarkt, Saturn, Game and Elkjop. The Shield devices are sort of like thin clients, letting you view and control the games remotely. And not only is it a powerhouse microconsole that offers cloud gaming, PC game streaming and optimised Android games, but it is capable of 4K video streaming in 60 frames per second.

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NASA's Dawn Space Probe Reveals Mysterious Secrets about Ceres

New maps of Ceres show the dwarf planet's mysterious bright spots and huge, pyramid-shaped mountain in a new light. "The irregular shapes of craters on Ceres are especially interesting, resembling craters we see on Saturn's icy moon Rhea", said Carol Raymond, one of the researchers, in a news release.

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AMD launches PRO A-Series chips for notebooks and desktops

AMD claims the processor is the first commercial performance APU with a true System-on-Chip (SoC) design to provide substantial gains in CPU, graphics and multimedia performance. Intel's human shield from monopoly watchdogs AMD has quietly revealed some processor packages for business PCs. The AMD A12 GPU is a quad-core CPU with 8 integrated graphic cores, making it a 12-core design.

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New LG V10 renders confirm 'ticker display' and textured backing

In terms of specs, the V10 is rumoured to sport a 5.8in Quad HD screen, 4GB of RAM and could well be the first smartphone we see with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Unfortunately, there is no indication of a Canadian release date. What's less clear-cut, however, is whether the V10 is the same device as the LG G4 Pro.

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Ford Recalls 380K Vehicles for Six Different Issues

The system could apply the brakes until it senses that the truck is no longer in the way. That can trigger warnings and illuminate the brake lights. Ford Motor Co is recalling about 37,000 of the current-generation F-150s because the adaptive cruise control can be fooled by other trucks on the road and 342,000 Windstar minivans for possible cracking in the rear axle.