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Mendis has grabbed all opportunities as opener – Chandimal

Once the young batsman around whom Sri Lanka’s batting line-up was expected pivot, then a sudden dearth of form, and an axing – Kusal Mendis has an eventful few months. Not picked for the tour of India following very modest outings against Pakistan in the UAE, Mendis has made a triumphant return against Bangladesh. Though not at his most effective ...

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​The future of smartphones: Five big questions

g-stockstudio, Getty Images/iStockphoto Mobile World Congress, the mobile technology mega-show that kicks off in Barcelona next week, comes at a difficult time for most smartphone makers. There will be the usual glitz and glamour, of course. The star of the show will be the Samsung Galaxy S9, the South Korean giant’s next flagship smartphone, which is due to be unveiled ...

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What Marvel’s Kevin Feige Really Thinks About Black Panther

It’s easy to see why Feige has such high praise for Black Panther. Thematically speaking, it’s almost certainly the best Marvel movie. It feels like it has something to say, and in an age when most superhero blockbusters typically fall short in this area, Black Panther a breath of fresh air. The film also boasts some truly impressive world-building, costumes, ...

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India beat South Africa by 28 runs in first T20 clash

India eased to victory in first of three-match series at the Wanderers on Sunday Tourists plundered 203 for five with Shikhar Dhawan hitting 72 from 39 balls Reeza Hendricks hit 70 before Bhuvneshwar Kumar blew through hosts’ batting By Nick Said, Reuters Published: 17:00 GMT, 18 February 2018 | Updated: 17:00 GMT, 18 February 2018 Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar took career-best figures ...

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Coinbase responds to user fury over rampant overcharging

Coinbase has responded to claims that customers are experiencing heavy charges and unauthorized withdrawals from their accounts by saying the company has reached the source of the problem. As first reported by The Verge, customers using the platform to buy cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin began experiencing serious problems this week. In some cases, users reported being charged ...

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