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Business - Three ways Apple`s new TV app will change the viewing experience on Apple TV

Analysis: Fresh off a hands-on demo of the new streaming video aggregation app, coming in December to Apple TV boxes, iPads and iPhones, we`ll tell you what you need to know.

Friday, October 28, 2016  20:13


Asia-Pacific - Unrest in Kashmir Claims New Casualties: Schools

Over the past weeks, 24 schools have been set ablaze, dashing hopes for a return to normalcy in the region after months of protests and curfews.

Friday, October 28, 2016  20:19


Business - PlayStation Vue now on Android TV

Android TV is the latest platform to get Sony`s subscription TV service and the company says it will be coming to web browsers soon.

Friday, October 28, 2016  18:43


World - Moldova to vote for new president as banking scandal festers

By Alexander Tanas CHISINAU (Reuters) - Moldovans go to the polls on Sunday in a presidential race that could propel a pro-Russian Socialist candidate to power after disclosure of a billion dollar corruption scandal that has sapped trust in politicians favouring closer ties with the West. The ex-Soviet republic of 3.5 million, squeezed between Ukraine and European Union member Romania, was plunged into turmoil in 2015 following disclosure of the banking scam which triggered street protests and caused the International Monetary Fund and the European Union to freeze aid. Former prime minister Vlad Filat - one of five prime ministers in three years - was implicated, handcuffed live on TV in parliament and later jailed, but many Moldovans believe other members of the pro-EU elite were complicit in the scam.

Friday, October 28, 2016  14:06


Most Recent - A one-way plane ticket saved Andrew Zimmern`s life

Long before he became famous for traveling the world and eating bizarre foods on TV, Andrew Zimmern was sprinting down a destructive path of drug and alcohol addiction.

Friday, October 28, 2016  11:37


World - IS kills hundreds, kidnaps thousands around Mosul: UN

Islamic State fighters have killed more than 250 people and kidnapped nearly 8,000 families around Mosul in recent days as Iraqi troops advanced on the northern city, the United Nations said Friday. UN rights office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani told reporters in Geneva that the jihadists are forcing civilians living in districts around Mosul into the city, hoping to use them as human shields in an upcoming battle. The IS jihadists slaughtered 24 ex-ISF officers on Tuesday and another 190 on Wednesday, according to rights office reports.

Friday, October 28, 2016  12:52


World - Pakistani police fire tear gas at stone-throwing opposition supporters: TV

Pakistani police in the city of Rawalpindi on Friday used tear gas in clashes with stone-throwing supporters of Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan defying a ban on public gatherings. There was no immediate report of injuries but TV stations carried footage of police firing tear gas and charging with batons at rock-hurling protesters. Several key roads in Rawalpindi, about 20 km (12 miles) from Islamabad, have been blocked off with containers ahead of Khan`s planned appearance at a political rally.

Friday, October 28, 2016  11:52


World - Shippers brace for new rules to cut deadly sulfur emissions

(This October 4 story has been corrected in paragraph 2 to state that shipping is one of the largest emitters of sulfur, but not the largest) By Roslan Khasawneh and Keith Wallis SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The global shipping industry is bracing for a key regulatory decision that could mark a milestone in reducing maritime pollution, but which could nearly double fuel costs in a sector already reeling from its worst downturn in decades. The shipping industry is among the world`s largest emitters of sulfur behind the energy industry, with the sulfur dioxide (SOx) content in heavy fuel oil up to 3,500 times higher than the latest European diesel standards for vehicles. To combat such pollution, the International Maritime Organization`s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee will meet in London on Oct. 24-28 to decide whether to impose a global cap on SOx emissions from 2020 or 2025, which would see sulfur emissions fall from the current maximum of 3.5 percent of fuel content to 0.5 percent.

Friday, October 28, 2016  07:54


Sports - Mariota comfortable at home as Titans rout Jaguars

Marcus Mariota passed for 270 yards and two touchdowns as the Tennessee Titans recorded their most impressive win of the season by beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 36-22 in a NFL South Division contest. DeMarco Murray also ran for 123 yards for the Titans who led 3-0 before breaking Thursday`s contest open with 24 unanswered points in the second quarter in front of a crowd of 61,600 in Nashville. Mariota ended his home troubles by completing 18 of 22 passes and no interceptions as the Titans outgained the Jaguars 494 yards to 370.

Friday, October 28, 2016  07:00


Business - Does the new Macbook Pro revolutionize laptops? (The 3:59, Ep. 131)

Today`s show is all about Apple`s big event. We`ll talk MacBooks and TV.

Thursday, October 27, 2016  23:47

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