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Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s explosive fight on ‘KUWTK’

On ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ Thursday night, Kris Jenner got the whole family together for a family vacation in Palm Springs to reconnect, after seeing Kim and Kourtney physically going at each other last season. However, while Kim, Kourtney and Khloé were drama-free, a fight between sisters still went down, this time between Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

Tensions were already high between the Jenner sisters after Kylie allegedly stole Kendall’s outfit for the night. Following the family’s night out, an explosive fight broke out between Kendall, Kylie and Kris Jenner’s boyfriend Corey Gamble in the car ride home to Los Angeles from Palm Springs. Unfortunately, there was no camera crew in the car as production stayed with Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, and Kris. However, audio of the fight was heard over Kim’s speakerphone and, while it wasn’t crystal clear, what was gathered

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Application Deadline for Coronavirus Relief Funds Looms for Local Texas Governments

DALLAS, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The deadline to request Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) allocations is Oct. 16, a deadline of critical importance to Texas counties and municipalities seeking assistance in offsetting COVID-19-related payroll costs.

“It is important for counties and municipalities to meet this deadline as the state has made it clear there will be no extensions,” said Dallas attorney Bruce Hendrick, who leads the team at Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal assisting governments with the preparation of their applications requesting their initial 20 percent funding allotment.

“If there is any question about the need for the funds, we recommend going forward with the request,” Mr. Hendrick said. “If a decision is subsequently made not to use the funds, they simply must be returned to the state by December 15. No harm, no foul.”

Mr. Hendrick said that guidance

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Informatica Achieves FedRAMP In Process Designation for Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services Under the Sponsorship of the Department of State

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Informatica, the enterprise cloud data management leader, today announced it has achieved the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program’s (FedRAMP) In Process designation for Informatica® Intelligent Cloud Services™ (IICS) cloud integration platform. Powered by Informatica’s AI-powered CLAIRE® engine, IICS is an industry-leading enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), reimagined for modern multi-cloud and hybrid integration challenges across application, API, and data integration, as well as modern data management patterns supporting master data management, data quality, governance and privacy.

Government organizations use data to create valuable insights about their services, costs and resources, as well as increasingly make data available to citizens, but volumes of legacy data found on-premises, in the cloud, and in hybrid environments tend to be siloed, poorly integrated, and lacking governance. By deploying IICS within the Government Cloud environment, Informatica will empower government agencies to dramatically reduce

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First Lockheed Martin F-35s loaded with ODIN hardware | News

For the first time, Lockheed Martin F-35s were loaded with Operational Data Integrated Network (ODIN) hardware, an initial step in replacing the stealth fighter’s troubled support system.

A squadron of F-35Bs based at US Marine Corps (USMC) Air Station Yuma in Arizona received the new system on 29 September, says the F-35 Joint Program Office on 9 October. The USMC flew one F-35B with the new ODIN hardware later the same day. The following day four additional flights were undertaken with the hardware aboard.

F-35B Lightning II with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Ariz. performs a short takeoff

ODIN is to replace F-35’s the Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS), which manages prognostics, maintenance, supply chain, flight operations and training for the aircraft. ODIN is not expected to reach full operational capability until December 2022.

ALIS had become notorious for problems. In January, the Government Accountability Office said in a report that the system had 4,700 open deficiencies. Those issues included inaccurate or missing data,

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In addition, market revenues based on region and country are

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‘I am sorry. I cannot take care of you’

A young man recorded a final message to his wife and children, saying: “I’m sorry. I cannot take care of you”, as he suffocated in the back of a lorry with 38 other people, a court has heard.



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Jurors in the trial of an alleged people-smuggling gang were told on Friday of desperate attempts to raise the alarm as the 39 men, women and children ran out of air while being smuggled across the Channel in a sealed container in October last year.

The Vietnamese nationals, aged between 15 and 44, were allegedly trapped in the trailer for 12 hours in temperatures of up to 38.5C.

The Old Bailey heard they may have died because “greedy” people smugglers attempted to transport “two loads” of people in one.

Lorry driver Eamonn Harrison allegedly dropped off the container at the ferry port at Zeebrugge just before 2pm

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New ‘forever chemicals’ contaminating the environment, regulators say

Earlier this year, federal and state researchers reported finding a new, potentially dangerous chemical in soil samples from multiple locations in New Jersey. The compound was a form of PFAS, a group of more than 5,000 chemicals that have raised concerns in recent years because of their potential link to learning delays in children and cancer, as well as their tendency to last in the environment for a long time.



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But the new revelations, reported in the June issue of Science magazine, stoked concerns among water-quality researchers and advocacy groups for other reasons, too. It underscored how easy it is for manufacturers to phase out their use of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) once the substances have been regulated, and replace them with newer, related compounds that researchers know even less about. And it showed how difficult it is for regulators to

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The Fairphone 3+ Is a Repairable Dream That Takes Beautiful Photos

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A few weeks ago, I found myself in need of a repair for a borked camera lens on my iPhone 11. I do everything in my power to essentially encase my Apple products in bubble wrap, but a nearly imperceptible fracture in one lens had greatly impacted the functionality of my phone’s camera. I hadn’t anticipated that repairing it was going to be a whole thing, but finding a way to get it repaired quickly in my area turned out to be futile. And repairing it myself? Pfft, forget it.

This inability to quickly remedy such a small issue stuck with me as I was demoing the Fairphone 3+, a £425.00 (roughly $550) modular phone currently only available overseas. I desperately wish it or something like it were available in the United States because it makes it so easy to repair that just about anyone

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Australian science and technology sectors talk of ‘revival’ as Federal Government splashes the cash in Budget

It was 2013 and the Coalition, under the leadership of Tony Abbott, had just taken power.

The new prime minister unveiled his cabinet, what he called one of the most experienced in Australian history.

But one portfolio was missing.

For the first time since 1931, there was no minister for science.

The CSIRO, and the country’s climate science body was significantly watered down.

A year later, the science portfolio would be reinstated, but for many in the science community, the damage was done.

Fast forward to today and it’s a different story: the Morrison Government is winning widespread praise from the science and technology sectors.

As soon as the Budget landed this week the praise started flowing from science bodies across the country.

The Budget would spur a “research revival”, according to Science & Technology Australia, Australia’s peak body for science and tech industries.

It said it was a “shot

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Consumer Electronics | Hackaday

[Will Scott] and [Gabe Edwards] shed some light on the current state of consumer computing technology at 34C3 in their talk DPRK Consumer Technology. The pair has also created a website to act as a clearinghouse for this information — including smartphone OS images up at koreaComputerCenter.org.

Not a whole lot is known about what technology North Korean citizens have available to them. We have seen Red Star OS, the Mac-like Linux based operating system used on PC based desktops. But what about other systems like smartphones?

[Will] and [Gabe] found that cell phones in North Korea are typically manufactured by Chinese companies, running a custom version of the Android Operating system. The phone hardware is common — the phone sold as the Pyongyang 2407 in North Korea is also sold in India as the Genie v5. If you can get your hands on the Genie, you can run the

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