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Stevenson stops Fonfara in second round

Stevenson stops Fonfara in second round

Adonis Stevenson's rematch with Andrzej Fonfara didn't exactly come at a time when the iron was hot, and, well, we didn't get much out of a three-year wait. Stevenson hurt him with a hard left to the temple, which was followed quickly by the knockdown. While Fonfara is confident entering the rematch with more experience under his belt, he knows he must again try to defeat the Haitian-born Stevenson, who has lived in Quebec since childhood, in front of his adoring fans at the Bell Centre.



Free ATS Pick for the NBA Finals Game 2: Cavs vs. Warriors

We can't turn the ball over 20 times as that gives them easy transition buckets. The highly-anticipated meeting between the defending champion Cavaliers and the top-seeded Warriors did not disappoint initially, with sensational dunks by LeBron James and Durant during a see-sawing first quarter.



Paris climate deal: Trump's decision leaves him isolated

While on the campaign trail, Trump called climate change a "hoax" that was invented by the Chinese. Times they plan to "do everything America would have done if it had stayed committed ". "That's where our focus has been the last several weeks". "Measuring with precision, from my perspective, the degree of human contribution is very challenging".



Apple passes $70B in app developer payouts, led by games and entertainment

Given the slowdown in sales, Cook has put more emphasis on Apple's services business over the past 18 months. It is claimed that this will be backed up by deep integration with Apple's product lineup and act as a hub from which users will be able to automate appliances synced up with Apple's HomeKit system.



Apple to make Siri capable of working with larger variety of apps

A report from Bloomberg has confirmed that the iPhone maker is already into the manufacturing operations and that it is likely to d├ębut the device soon after its annual developer conference in June. Siri came to the Mac a year ago. With an ever increasing number of people downloading different kinds of apps, the downloads itself have grown over 70 percent over the last one year, it said.


Watson try game-winner as Lions struggle to beat Barbarians

Watson try game-winner as Lions struggle to beat Barbarians

Ref watch: Australia's Angus Gardner had a thankfully quiet game in what turned out to be a closely-fought contest. In theory, the first game against the " Provincial Barbarians ", a scratch side, is supposed to be the easy one. But the Baabass were not deterred and replied with the sole try of the half orchestrated by Warren Gatland's son, Bryn, unsafe up-and-under came spiralling back to earth deep inside the Lions 22.