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How to watch the Seattle Seahawks draft on the web

Posted by Mike Krieger at 10:00:03The Seattle Seahawks’ draft is a year away, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some exciting players in this year’s draft.For starters, there’s the highly touted quarterback, Jameis Winston, and defensive end Malik McDowell, both of whom could be the first two picks in the draft.But they’re not the only

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Why Apple’s new iPhone 8 will be so good for us

By MIKE BALDWINPosted October 08, 2018 06:05:01The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are expected to be the most expensive iPhones to launch in the last decade, with a high price tag that will have a profound impact on the retail landscape.We expect that the new iPhone will make a big splash at Apple’s fall events,

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Twitter, LinkedIn and Apple unveil new social media tools

The social networking sites, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Apple, have launched their own social media features for journalists and others who use them.The launch of these tools comes after months of pressure from journalists and the media organisations they cover.One of the new features is the “Media Portal”, which allows users to share articles,

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The best books to read in 2018

By Business Insider staff, September 10, 2018 07:33:03We have compiled a list of the best books in 2018 for any time of year, from the summer to the winter.We have also highlighted some of the most exciting new books from publishers like Penguin Random House and HarperCollins, as well as some of our favourites from

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How to stop the new ‘disney parks’ from getting a free ride

DISNEYLAND PARKS is getting a bit too cute, the latest instalment in a long and often ugly saga.It seems the latest installment of the franchise is not as cute as it first appeared.With the release of the upcoming movie ‘The Little Mermaid’, Disney is planning to bring back the classic theme park, only this time

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Which US senator will oppose the new F-35 stealth fighter?

The Senate Armed Services Committee will consider the Defense Authorization Act of 2016 (SA) for the F-22 Raptor, a $1.6 trillion fighter jet, before sending it to the full Senate for approval.The committee is expected to take up the bill Tuesday morning.The full Senate will have to vote on it by March 14.Sen. Lindsey Graham,