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The Intense Process Michael B. Jordan Went Through To Wear Erik Killmonger’s Scars In Black Panther

As we learned a few weeks back, Black Panther introduces Erik Killmonger as an American-born blck-ops soldier who has traveled around the world hired to end revolutions, destabilize governments, and generally cause chaos. He sets his sights on Wakanda during the events of the film, but also always carries his past with him. When I asked Michael B. Jordan about ...

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Ben Stokes set to make low-key England return for T20

There cannot be a more sleepy and low-key setting than Hamilton for Ben Stokes to finally make his entrance towards the end of a winter that should have provided him with his best chance to star in an Ashes series in Australia. The contrast between cricket’s holy grail and a Twenty20 tri-series that has hardly captured the public’s imagination could ...

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Huawei announces 5G trial in Vancouver

Chinese networking giant Huawei has unveiled an urban trial of 5G wireless-to-the-home (WttX) customer premises equipment (CPE) in Vancouver in partnership with Canadian carrier Telus. The trials, which began in early December, are taking place in Huawei and Telus’ 5G Living Lab and in the homes of Vancouver-based Telus staffers, using global 3GPP 5G standards as well as 28GHz millimetre-wave ...

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Shilpa Shinde to work with Vikas Gupta? Here’s the latest

Mumbai: Bigg Boss 11 contestants Shilpa Shinde and Vikas Gupta, who made fans go gaga over their bitter-sweet relationship, may never work together. The two, who apparently had an unpleasant experience working with each other in the past, had mended fences while they were inside the house of Bigg Boss. There was tremendous animosity between them even before they entered ...

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Nepal’s ‘miracle’ takes them into World Cup Qualifiers

Nepal 195 for 9 (Karan 42*, Nath 41, Pervez 3-41) beat Canada 194 for 8 (Wijeratne 103*, Basant 3-34) by one wicket At 4:57 pm on a late Wednesday afternoon, Canada offspinner Nikhil Dutta was in the midst of flying from the bowling crease to the third man boundary, doing a Rashid Khan-style airplane celebration after getting Aarif Sheikh – ...

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Intel bug bounty program expands with more rewards

Intel on Wednesday announced it’s changing its bug bounty program from an invitation-only program to public. The chipmaker also introduced a new program focused on side channel vulnerabilities, in the wake of Meltdown and Spectre attacks. Security researchers who find side channel vulnerabilities can earn an award up to $250,000, Intel said. The program runs through Dec. 31, 2018. For ...

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