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Wilhelmshaven, a port city of about 80,000 people founded as a naval base, is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Now it is among a handful of candidates for a project, supported by the German government, that would open Europe’s largest economy to liquefied natural gas, known as L.N.G. "This system is ever-growing, with things I'd never thought we'd have to do, like building our cable systems in the ocean and the ground for connecting our infrastructure," Parikh said. The number of companies that build their own long-haul fiber-optic links is small -- Google just announced this week that it's building its own transatlantic cable -- but the investments can pay off for big enough companies.XS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKE(“People doing interviews would always say, ‘So the name is Sonic Youth. You’re how old?’ Thurston always had a good comeback: ‘Well, the Rolling Stones aren’t literally ‘rolling stones.’”) Update, 5:59 p.m. PT: YouTube appears to have shut down Gibson's second livestream, shortly after CNET sent YouTube the link. The YouTube page now reads "This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Terms of Service."
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYThe announcement of the new initiative comes one day before Amazon is expected to introduce a host of new Alexa-enabled hardware, including new wireless earbuds and possibly an Alexa-powered home robot. EE customers who trade in their old Samsung handset will get a Galaxy Note 9 with no up-front cost on a £68 per month 4GEE Max plan. This will include 60GB data and free 24-month access to the BT Sport app.
Some protesters formed a circle around the driver in an apparent effort to protect him, but by then he was already bleeding profusely from his head. At least one protester was reportedly injured by the swerving car. One of the more controversial figures featured in the documentary is David Prowse, the former bodybuilder who lent his imposing frame to baddie of all baddies Darth Vader. Now 78, Prowse recounts tales of standing up to Stanley Kubrick on the set of "A Clockwork Orange" and practising his famous duel with "A New Hope" co-star Sir Alec Guinness, "like kids fighting in the back garden." But his memories of Star Wars are not all so rosy. "Towards the end of his interview," recalls Spira, "he was getting really quite dark in the things he was talking about and it was slightly uncomfortable."