Technology 

This Brooklyn brownstone brims with beautiful music, art – CNET

Meet Ivan Ivan’s living room A closeted audio system Luxman SQ-38u amplifier VPI Classic turntable VPI HW-17i record cleaning machine DeVore Fidelity Gibbon 3XL speakers The kitchen sound system World music Singalodeon double cassette player Arcam FMJ Blu-ray player Epson EMP TW720 projector A print by Eugenio Dittborn Quinto Totem speaker Quinto Beta integrated amplifier Ivan with a Korg microKorg keyboard Fibes drum set The party music system Tascam Portastudio 424 More LPs Time to go Prev Next Next Ivan, an artist and record company owner, gives us a tour…

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Sport 

Tyson Fury is BACK and wants huge Anthony Joshua showdown after anti-doping decision

Both Fury and his cousin Hughie were accused of providing a sample containing the banned substance nandrolone in February 2015, and both men accepted the charge but denied consuming the substance “knowingly or deliberately”. Tyson was also accused of failing to provide a sample when visited by testers in September 2016. The two heavyweight fighters reached a compromise with the UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) panel that will see them handed two-year bans that will end today, meaning both are free to fight on. “In recognition of the retrospective counter-arguments and the…

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Entertainment 

The Jam’s Bruce Foxton on NEW album and band break up regrets ‘I was very upset’ EXCLUSIVE

The iconic punk band may have broken up in 1982, but it lives on today in the form of From The Jam. Originally formed by Bruce and The Jam drummer Rick Buckler, the spin-off lives on today and celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The 62-year-old bassist continues the band’s legacy with Russell Hastings on vocals and have now released From The Jam Live! to celebrate the last decade. On the new record, Bruce said: “We’ve picked a selection of shows, both from a playing point of view and the…

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Top Stories World 

DOGS OF WAR? Putin’s lab-designed canines guarding Russia’s dangerous prisoners REVEALED

Tom and Jack have shown skills “beyond all expectations” in their first three weeks at Forced Labour Camp Number One in Yakutsk, the world’s coldest city.  The pair were bred by leading international cloning expert Dr Hwang Woo Suk from South Korea.  He gifted them to the law enforcement authorities in Siberia’s vast Yakutia region where he is separately hunting for woolly mammoth remains preserved in the permafrost in his quest to clone the hairy giants back to life.  The Belgian Malinois dogs are now guarding 720 males inmates at…

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Technology 

This lawsuit could shut internet Nazis down – CNET

Tanya Gersh has been the target of online harassment since December 2016. Dan Chung Editor’s note: In July, CNET News published a special report exploring how hate spreads over the web. The stories in that series examined Internet-fueled intolerance. Our reporters explored, for example, what happens when online hate speech crosses into real life, the ways neo-Nazis use social media and how racists co-opted cartoon character, Pepe the Frog. Some of CNET’s female reporters shared their own experiences of being harassed online. The timing of the package —  “iHate: Intolerance…

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Lifestyle 

Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017 VIDEO: Watch clip from catwalk show in Shanghai

Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was in Shanghai today, with pictures from the catwalk and behind the scenes emerging. And now a video clip of all of the Angels and models making their final walk around the catwalk has been shared online. The grainy clip shows Alessandra Ambrosio leading the other VS models as the wave and cheer to the crowd. Alessandra today confirmed this will be final time walking for the brand, causing shock among fans.  Alessandra has been associated with VS for many years, and is a fan favourite….

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Entertainment 

Glengarry Glen Ross review: Short, sharp and savagely entertaining

This scorching revival is a timely reminder of Mamet’s tightly-wound talent. Like a street punk version of Arthur Miller’s Death Of A Salesman, it eviscerates the American dream with merciless skill. The salesmen in a real estate company are under pressure to follow leads and make sales. Business is declining and the atmosphere thrums with testosterone and panic. Every man from the slick super-salesman Ricky Roma (Christian Slater) to the ageing ex-top dog Shelley Levene (Stanley Townsend) are competing for leads to keep their names on the office sales board….

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Top Stories World 

ISIS recruiter Sally Jones’ son JoJo ‘still alive in jihadist training camp for caliphate’

The 12-year-old was not with his mother when she was killed by a CIA reaper drone after being taken away to train as an ISIS fighter, according to reporters. Jones took her son to Syria with her when she travelled to join the caliphate and marry terrorist hacker Junaid Hussain in 2013. It was confirmed by the Government that Jones from Kent was killed in the airstrike on a convoy but Syrian sources now claim her son was 35 miles away at the time in the town of al-Shaafa. JoJo…

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Entertainment 

‘We did fight but no one lost any teeth’: Pete Waterman speaks of Stock Aitken & Waterman

GETTY Waterman confessed that sometimes the relations between him and his parters could become very tense But the record-producing outfit called Stock Aitken & Waterman (SAW), with the pugnacious Pete Waterman at its centre, was always riven with creative tensions. And when I call on Waterman at his converted warehouse home near London Bridge, he reveals that the word “hit” was apt for another reason far removed from SAW’s catchy singles. For Waterman, 70, recalls somewhat alarmingly how relations between himself and his partners Mike Stock and Matt Aitken –…

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Entertainment 

Metallica at the MEN Arena review: Metal giants Don’t Look Back in (St) Anger

Perfectly-timed in the middle of a two-hour heavy metal masterclass, bassist Rob Trujillo and lead guitar legend Kirk Hammett struck up the chords which have become the unofficial post-attack anthem and the jam-packed 20,000 crowd responded by singing to a man and woman at the top of their voices. It was spine-tingling and as Manchester bees filled the array of 50 cube screens hanging above the stage, even the hairiest of leather-clad head-bangers could not have failed to be moved by the tide of emotion flooding through the venue. As…

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