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3 days agoSamsung makes Galaxy Watch official at today’s Unpacked eventSamsung has unveiled the stylish Galaxy Watch, an updated version of its ageing Gear line. It comes with LTE connectivity, comprehensive fitness smarts, GPS, water resistance and a price tag to match. Few real surprises, though.
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On the 11th of March five years ago a disaster of unimaginable size hit Japan. First, a huge earthquake rocked the country. Then a massive tsunami swept the north east coast. In 1807 the Tsar of Russia, defeated for the second time, had agreed not to trade with the British, but harsh economic reality spoke louder than treaties, and Russia continued to trade despite the ban. In response, on Midsummer Day in 1812, Napoleon crossed the River Niemen into what was then the Russian province of Lithuania, in a bid to conquer Russia with the biggest, most spectacular army Europe had ever raised. This army consisted of almost half a million men, only half of them French.