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Premier League champion Adam Lallana signs for Brighton

One of the more exciting and promising clubs in the Premier League is adding a player from the champions. Adam Lallana was announced as a Brighton and Hove Albion signing

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Artificial intelligence identifies prostate cancer with near-perfect accuracy

A study published today in The Lancet Digital Health by UPMC and University of Pittsburgh researchers demonstrates the highest accuracy to date in recognizing and characterizing prostate cancer using an

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Amazon expands workforce in Ireland to 5,000

Amazon (AMZN.O) on Monday announced it would create an additional 1,000 jobs in Ireland, bringing its workforce in the country to 5,000. Ireland has a decades-old policy of attracting multinational

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Even Android 11 is cake

In 2020, everything is cake — including Android 11. Android VP of engineering Dave Burke revealed the internal codename “Red Velvet Cake” in an interview with All About Android, via

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Woman who captured photo of intimate sunset wedding tracks down newlyweds with inspiring love story

Nevona Friedman was enjoying an evening bike ride on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Sunday evening when she came across an intimate wedding ceremony taking place at sunset.

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Fulham takes hold of playoff tie v Cardiff through two magic goals

The Football League Championship’s playoff semifinals are half in the books, and the advantages are in the corners of familiar faces for Premier League followers. A day after six-seeded hosts

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Study reveals how renegade protein interrupts brain cell function in Alzheimer’s disease

Dozens of molecules may tangle up with rogue bundles of tau, a protein that normally gives nerve fibers structure, to cause brain cell damage that contributes to neurodegenerative diseases, a

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SAP to spin off Qualtrics, partly unwinding $8 billion buy

Business software group SAP plans to spin off and float Qualtrics, the U.S. specialist in measuring online customer sentiment that it acquired less than two years ago for $8 billion.

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Feds ban drones over Portland government buildings

The Department of Homeland Security says US authorities have banned drones from flying near federal buildings in Portland because they believe drones are surveilling federal officers at protests there, Reuters

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A Red Lobster employee found a rare blue lobster. Instead of cooking it, the restaurant sent it to an Ohio zoo

A rare blue lobster has received a reprieve after a restaurant sent it to an Ohio zoo for conservation instead of consumption. An Akron Zoo Facebook post on Sunday said

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