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Officials confirm the death of billionaire coal executive Chris Cline

Officials confirm the death of billionaire coal executive Chris Cline

Chris Cline, the billionaire coal executive and philanthropist, died Thursday, West Virginia officials stated. He was 60. West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and Evan Jenkins, a justice on the state Supreme Court, both confirmed that Cline, the founder of Foresight Energy of St. Louis, one of many nation’s largest coal firms, had died Thursday. The Associated Press reported that Cline and six other folks were killed when their helicopter crashed…

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Apple services temporarily shut down for some users, causing issues

Apple services temporarily shut down for some users, causing issues

Some Apple customers are reporting that they’re experiencing issues with iCloud, which seems to have also affected providers on the company’s physical retail shops, according to to9to5Mac. Apple’s Systems Status page reports that iCloud’s Calendars, Contacts, and Reminders are at present affected by the ongoing outage and that some users might have issues. The company says that issues affecting Apple Pay, Documents, Find my Friends, Discover My iPhone, Game Center, iCloud Sign…

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Anchorage in Alaska bans fireworks show after extreme heat wave

Anchorage in Alaska bans fireworks show after extreme heat wave

The town of Anchorage, Alaska, canceled its July 4 fireworks show this week over an extreme heatwave. The Anchorage Fire Division put out a burn ban and mentioned that any use of fireworks could lead to a fine. “Just a reminder per MOA Code 14.70.180 it’s illegal to sell knowingly, possess, or use any explosive fireworks or stench bombs to which fuses are attached or that are capable of ignition…

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Russia pulls out of arms treaty creating tensions with the USA

Russia pulls out of arms treaty creating tensions with the USA

The 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty was signed by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev to ban American and Soviet land-based ballistic missiles with a spread of 310-3420 miles. The US considered 12 post-Soviets, all except the Baltic nations, to be certain to the treaty obligations. Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan all had significant sites that may be inspected in response to the treaty. President Trump mentioned in October…

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Google Urges For Official Web Crawler Worth

Google Urges For Official Web Crawler Status

One of many cornerstones of Google’s business (and really, the web at large) is the robots.txt file that websites use to exclude a few of their content from the search engine’s internet crawler, Googlebot. It minimizes pointless indexing and generally retains sensitive information under wraps. Google thinks its crawler tech can improve, although, and so it is shedding some of its secrecy. The company is open-sourcing the parsing program used to decode robots.txt n…

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Apple’s New Advertising Videos Highlight Brand New Features In iOS

Apple’s New Advertising Videos Highlight Brand New Features In iOS

Apple today has shared three new videos on its YouTube channel highlighting different aspects of the iPhone. The brand new videos spotlight App Store privacy, recycling, and iMessage encryption. Each of the new movies is available in at 15 seconds long, focusing on a specific feature of the iPhone and iOS. As an example, within the App Store Privacy video, Apple explains that every iOS app is reviewed to assist keep…

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