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Sprint to Donate Devices, Data Plans to High-School Students

Sprint said it would donate one million connected devices and free mobile accounts to underprivileged kids as part of an effort to address the digital divide. But it's a huge problem in America that we have 5 million households with children that lack internet connections. My Brother's Keeper , an initiative began by President Obama in 2014 to help minority males, is getting a boost from Sprint this week.

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Ravens Fire Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman

Marty Mornhinweg replaces Marc Trestman as OC after joining the team as the quarterbacks' coach last season. For the second time in four years, the Ravens have fired their offensive coordinator during the season in an attempt to jump start a middling offense.

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Three Western Mass Red Cross volunteers deployed to Florida

East coast. "We deployed out four people already in leadership positions", said Ken Robinson, Buckeye Regional Disaster Officer with American Red Cross. On a typical day in the southern US states, the Red Cross collects between 1,200 and 1,400 units of blood. "Feeding people that need it", said Robert Van Ness of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

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Google's New Lineup of Phones and Gadgets

Now, Google is doing the same with the upcoming Pixel phones running Google's Android system. "The thinking is that if we can work on hardware and software together, we can innovate much better", Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh said in an interview, citing a recent reorganization that united once-disparate hardware teams.

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Trump on support for Iraq war

She teased Hannity a bit as he insisted he had a bunch of "midnight conversations" with Trump on the subject. Lehrich, a longtime Democratic operative, was responding to an exchange in which Trump said that he would not have sent American troops into Iraq and that, because of that, Army Capt.

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Plane evacuated after smoke from Samsung device

Southwest Airlines Co. spokesman Brad Hawkins said a passenger reported smoke coming from a Samsung device and that everyone got off the plane through the main cabin door. The owner of the phone says it was a replacement for one he had already taken in after the recall. It has not been confirmed if Green's phone was damaged.