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Galaxy S21 FE production reportedly put on hold due to chip shortage

There will be no Galaxy Note 21 this year, Samsung has pretty much confirmed. In its place will be three phones, two of the foldable kind and the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition. The latter carries the torch for the Galaxy S21, which reportedly isn’t selling well after all. Now it seems that even the Galaxy S21 FE runs the risk of ending up being a failure or at least missing its window of opportunity if rumors are true that Samsung has paused production due to this or that problem with a critical component.
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Xiaomi 200W HyperCharge tech has one critical drawback

Late last month, Xiaomi once again took the lead in the smartphone market when it comes to insanely fast charging speeds. Its new HyperCharge technology was able to charge a 4,000 mAh phone to full in just 8 minutes by pushing out 200W of power. Of course, the company will tout the safety mechanisms that will prevent the phone from blowing up but it was almost silent on one other side effect of that technology. Fortunately, Xiaomi does come clean and admit that, at least for now, it will cut your phone’s battery life by 20% in just two years.
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Eastern Notes: Harris, Irving, Harden, Bucks, Martin

Sixers forward Tobias Harris has become a reliable secondary option on offense for the franchise, Tom Moore of the Bucks County Courier Times writes. Harris, a respected leader in the team’s locker room, is averaging 23.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and 34.6 minutes per game during the playoffs. He’s shot 54% from the floor during those contests, trailing only Joel Embiid in points per game.
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What Thomas Markle Just Claimed Meghan And Harry Are Treating Him Like

The world was excited to hear of the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second child — daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. The couple announced the birth on Sunday, June 6, just two days after the actual birthdate, June 4, 2021 (via Archewell). It was a surprise for everyone, including Meghan Markle's father, Thomas Markle. According to Newsweek, Thomas heard of the arrival of Lilbet on the radio. The grandfather of both Lilibet and Archie, the couple's first child, also revealed he hasn't spoken to his daughter since May 2018.
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Princess Diana’s Ford Escort Pops up for Sale After Going Missing 20 Years Ago

If you close your eyes and imagine what kind of car a royal family member would drive, chances are you picture something exclusive and expensive. However, back in the early 1980s, Princess Diana drove a modest Ford Escort around. In fact, this sensible Ford was an engagement gift from Prince Charles. However, this car went missing for about 20 years before resurfacing.
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Lightning Strike Causes Fire During Crown Uptown Theatre Performance

From the Associated Press. A fire disrupted opening night at the Crown Uptown Theatre in Wichita after lighting appeared to strike the nearly 100-year-old building. General manager Max Wilson said actors who were rehearsing for another show at the church across the street saw lighting hit the theater before the building’s lights flickered and surged and a loud jolt was heard.
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City of Daytona Beach to discuss 'disruptive' truck event not returning next year

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The Mayor of Daytona Beach says he would not like the Daytona Truck Meet to return next year. Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry is calling on the Daytona Truck Meet to end, saying the event is too disruptive. The city will be speaking about the future of this event in a commission meeting this week. The mayor says he was inundated with calls this weekend from residents upset with the loud noises, traffic and aggressive driving.
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Axmen State Liners

BRISTOL, Va. — Hot, sunny weather returned to the Tri-Cities on Sunday when the junior boys of summer continued play in the inaugural baseball season of the wooden-bat Appalachian League. At DeVault Stadium, the hometown Bristol State Liners were on the verge of sweeping a seven-inning doubleheader from the Kingsport...