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The most obvious disadvantage of putting your data in the cloud is losing access when you have no internet connection. According to research publishes in the International Journal of Cloud Computing, this is where "dew" could help. Yingwei Wang of the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada, describes what he refers to as a "cloud-dew" architecture that offers an efficient and elegant way to counteract cloud downtime and communication difficulties. [Read More]
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Thieves drove a car into a Michael Hill jeweller store in a Hamilton shopping mall overnight. [Read More]
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Fatherhood's been kind to George Clooney so far. [Read More]
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Julian Zelizer: New emails from the president's son provide evidence that high level members of the Trump campaign were willing to talk to Russians in search of damaging information about Hillary Clinton. [Read More]
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An 11-year-old Houston-area girl who was pulled over for speeding told police that her mother allows her to drive but that this was the first time without an adult. [Read More]
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has delayed the start of the August Senate recess until the third week in August in order to allow more time for his conference to complete "its work on health care reform" among other tasks. [Read More]
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A controversial meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer was facilitated by a colorful collection of associates who can be traced back to a Miss Universe pageant in Moscow in 2013. [Read More]
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In a series of tweets Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. revealed screenshots of an email exchange in which he agreed to meet in June 2016 with a person described as a "Russian government attorney" in an effort to obtain damaging information about Hillary Clinton. [Read More]
Dealing with a data cap? Tired of getting dinged for busting through it? Learn how to identify the hogs on your network and how to make sure your ISP is delivering everything you're paying for. [Read More]
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A top Vatican cardinal recently dismissed by Pope Francis struck back this week, calling the Pope's treatment of him and other Vatican employees "unacceptable." [Read More]
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When singer Jocelyn Alice giggled while singing the Canadian national anthem at the MLB All-Star Game Tuesday, Blue Jays infielder Justin Smoak was not impressed. Cameras caught his priceless reaction. [Read More]
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Democrats have swept two special elections in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas for state representative and senator after the resignation of Republican lawmakers. [Read More]
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Nationals All-Star Bryce Harper, playing in the midsummer classic Tuesday in Miami, honored the memory of the late Jose Fernandez by wearing cleats featuring the image of the late Marlins ace. [Read More]
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Photo 1 of the 'Chris Cornell Police Photos' photo gallery. More celebrity photos at TMZ.com. [Read More]
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A federal judge in Detroit has stopped the deportation of 1,400 Iraqi nationals while their deportation orders are reviewed by the court system. [Read More]
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Milton High School graduate and veteran Kirstie Ennis graces the cover of ESPN Magazine's 2017 Body Issue. [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions is advocating to revive the D.A.R.E. program. [Read More]
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After years of red flags and reprimands by the U.S. Army, the FBI took an active-duty soldier into custody on terrorism charges over the weekend. The yearlong federal investigation that led to his arrest involved multiple undercover agents and confidential informants. Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang made an initial appearance Monday in federal court. [Read More]
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Maggie Bennett found the news of her state senator allegedly engaging in child prostitution disturbing, but not surprising. "I don't have a lot of faith in (public) officials, so I'm not sure I'm shocked," she said. "This is a pretty big scandal, though." State Sen. Ralph Shortey, a Republican representing part of south Oklahoma City, was charged this week with three felony prostitution counts: child prostitution, engaging in prostitution within 1,000 feet of a church and transporting a minor for prostitution. Bennett watched her grandchildren play Thursday at Southern Oaks Park in Shortey's district. [Read More]
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Kate Daloz writes about her grandmother's death, which occurred after she attempted to self-induce an abortion during the Second World War. [Read More]
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