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  • Cops called after fliers fight over seat recline
    Cops called after fliers fight over seat recline

    NEW YORK (AP) — Airline passengers have come to expect a tiny escape from the confined space of today's packed planes: the ability to recline their seat a few inches. When one passenger was denied that bit of personal space Sunday, it led to a heated argument and the unscheduled landing of their plane, just halfway to its destination.

  • Here’s another major iPhone 6 change you didn’t see coming
    Here’s another major iPhone 6 change you didn’t see coming

    An image purportedly showing an iPhone 6 Quick Start Guide page published by Nowhereelse seems to confirm several details about the device, including button placement and announcement date. Moreover, the publication provides some interesting details about the iPhone 6, and some of them had not been mentioned before. FROM EARLIER: Forget the iPhone 6 – here’s the first big iPhone 6s rumor The leaked image shows a black and white image of the iPhone 6 that lists the helps the user identify certain phone elements, including the ring/silent switch and volume buttons on the left side and the relocated sleep/wake button on the right side. The image also mentions the Home button with Touch ID sensor and Lighting connector placement. What’s more

  • Time Warner Cable is suffering a massive nationwide service outage
    Time Warner Cable is suffering a massive nationwide service outage

    Apparently tired of seeing Comcast hog all the bad publicity this past month, would-be merger partner Time Warner Cable has leapt back into the spotlight by delivering a nationwide Internet service outage. As Business Insider reports, TWC customers are complaining that their Internet service is down from coast to coast and an outage map posted on Twitter seems to show that this outage affects just about every customer in TWC’s footprint. To make matters worse, TWC’s website is completely down as well and phone calls to the company are yielding nothing but busy signals. There’s been no word yet on what’s causing the outage or when you can expect it to get fixed but we’ll be sure to post details from the

  • Great white shark spotted off beach in Massachusetts
    Great white shark spotted off beach in Massachusetts

    Swimmers ordered out of the water at beach in Duxbury after shark was spotted by state police helicopter

  • Hottest Trainer 2014: Which of These Four Chicago Trainers Is Hottest? Vote Now
    Hottest Trainer 2014: Which of These Four Chicago Trainers Is Hottest? Vote Now

    With yesterday's poll still going strong—and Gina Caifano very much in the lead, as of this writing—it's time to turn to our other four trainers for the second Round One heat. All...

  • The computer in your cockpit: Computers set to replace pilots in future of flight?
    The computer in your cockpit: Computers set to replace pilots in future of flight?

    New technologies on display at Farnborough Airshow show computers outpacing human pilots

  • What Caused California's Napa Earthquake?
    What Caused California's Napa Earthquake?

    The earthquake's epicenter was a few miles south of Napa Valley's renowned wineries, and the quake busted barrels and bottles of precious vintages. More than 170 people were injured, and 100 homes are now uninhabitable, the state Office of Emergency Services said Sunday. In the first uncertain minutes, a seismologist at the U.S Geological Survey's Bay Area headquarters pinned the blame on the Franklin Fault, which has been inactive for thousands of years. By morning, the sun lay bare what darkness hid: Buckled pavement and cracked curbs lined up along the West Napa Fault for up to 10 miles (16 kilometers).

  • Ukraine's PM says Russia has plans to block gas flows to Europe

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday that Kiev knew of plans by Russia to halt gas flows this winter to Europe. "The situation in (Ukraine's) energy sector is difficult. We know of Russia's plans to block (gas) transit even to European Union countries this winter," he told a government meeting. Last year, half of Russian gas exports to the EU were shipped via Ukraine. Russian gas exporter Gazprom and the Energy Ministry were not immediately available for comments. (Reporting by Natalia Zinets; writing by Vladimir Soldatkin)

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