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WWE doesn’t want to make a new Stone Cold

After a brief run as a bad guy necessitated by a Daniel Bryan injury, Kevin Owens turned face last month. Just the fact he did so by defying a McMahon gave everyone Stone Cold Steve Austin vibes, and when he started using Austin’s finisher regularly as his own, much of the fandom logically assumed WWE was using the Attitude Era blueprint which helped create one of the greatest characters in the history of pro wrestling.
Then last night (Aug. 20) on SmackDown, this happened:

New i.d London

New i.d London have recently completed its spectacular self-contained one and two-bedroom show apartments, as well as the extraordinary Marketing Suite for this stylish new development in the beating heart of SW9. For the two-bedroom show apartment, commissioned by Network Homes for BRX, New i.d wanted to create a show home space which reflected the creative, innovate, and up-and-coming community of Brixton.

Motorola One Action to launch in India on August 23

Motorola was one of the most prominent budget smartphone makers, but the last few years have not been easy for them. Moto was unable to match the Chinese competition’s pricing and its devices weren’t very innovative. The upcoming Moto One Action will aim to change that when it lands in India on August 23, via Flipkart.
The One Action is a part of Motorola’s new ‘One’-series of phones that emphasize one particular aspect of the phone in a unique way. For the Action, it’s the inclusion of an interesting action camera and a 21:9 cinematic display.

Oil & Gas US Integrated Industry Outlook: Prospects Gloomy – Yahoo Finance

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Asian shares rise as investors watch trade war, economies

TOKYO — Asian shares were higher Monday, as investors continue to rejigger their read on President Donald Trump's trade war and growing worries about slowing economies around the world.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 0.6% in early trading to 20,532.95. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.8% to 6,454.40, while South Korea's Kospi was 0.4% higher at 1,934.78. Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.9% to 25,734.22. The Shanghai Composite added 0.3% to 2,823.82.

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