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A black cat ran onto the field during Monday Night Football and stole the show Football got an upgrade on Monday night when the Dallas Cowboys traveled to MetLife Stadium to play the New York Giants.   But things didn't really get interesting until a black cat suddenly stormed the field, suspending play for a short time during the second quarter. Kevin Harlan's Westwood One radio call of the cat on the field is, as you might expect, an all-time great call. How much of a pro is Harlan? He worked a sponsor read into — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 5, 2019 SEE ALSO: Watch this scaredy-cat throw a hissy fit over its owner's Halloween cat costume Read more...More about Football, Cat, Black, Storms, and Field

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Xiaomi's Apple Watch lookalike starts at $186 Xiaomi launched its first proper smartwatch in China. Called the Mi Watch, it's a dead ringer for Apple Watch, albeit considerably less elegant. However, at 1,299 yuan ($186), it's also a lot cheaper than Apple's smartwatch Just like the Apple Watch, the Mi Watch has a single crown on a square body with rounded corners. At 1.78 inches in diagonal, the Mi Watch's AMOLED display is exactly the same size as the larger 44mm Apple Watch. (Xiaomi's watch only comes in one size.) But take a look from the side, and you'll find the Apple Watch quite a bit thinner and curvier than the Mi Watch.  Inside, you'll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a 570mAh battery that should last for 36 hours, and a host of connectivity options, including eSIM-powered 4G, WiFi, and Bluetooth. GPS and NFC are also on board, and there's both a microphone and a speaker so you can make and receive calls.  Read more...More about Xiaomi, Xiaomi Mi Watch, Tech, and Consumer Tech

Ultras leader banned from Hellas Verona games for 10 years after Balotelli racist abuse The Italian nationalist and member of right-wing political group 'Forza Nuova' has been punished for his prejudicial views

Harambee Stars: FKF still too broke to face Egypt and Togo – Mwendwa The FKF boss still admits they have not received any support from the government as they prepare for the Afcon qualifiers

NFF corruption probe: Pinnick and other executives cleared by Federal High Court After a prolonged legal battle, leaders of the country’s football governing body have been acquitted of all charges levelled against them

Western Stima's Babu Salim relishing KPL return against Bandari FC The tactician believes the Powermen have what it takes to defeat the Dockers in their league assignment

"Dickinson" star Hailee Steinfeld talks about filming her new Apple TV+ show Hailee Steinfeld talks about her first experience as an executive producer on Dickinson. Read more...More about Apple, Mashable Video, Hailee Steinfeld, Apple Tv, and Emily Dickinson

NBA's new streaming service lets you watch some games without going broke Baseball is done, the NFL season is about halfway over, and hockey is probably happening somewhere. But most importantly, the most interesting NBA season in years just began, and the league just revealed an affordable way to legally stream some games. The NBA announced on Tuesday morning that it's launching a subscription service for NBA TV, the league's cable channel. For $6.99 per month or $60 per year, you can stream on the NBA's website or its app, which is available on just about every device that can download apps.  This is important because the NBA airs four or five games exclusively on NBA TV each week. These usually aren't huge, marquee matchups like you might find on ESPN or TNT, but just about every NBA game is compelling this season. For instance, the newly dominant Los Angeles Lakers play on NBA TV twice this week, while an intriguing game between the Toronto Raptors and Los Angeles Clippers looms next Monday night. Read more...More about Sports, Nba, Basketball, Lebron James, and Slam Dunk

ARE YOU READY FOR LOVEWORLD AWARDS 2019? WE ARE! Your partnership with the Healing School in 2019 took light and healing to the nations. It's time to celebrate illumination and impact. See you at the IPPC. #loveworldawards2019

LOVEWORLD AWARDS 2019 WILL BE HOLDING AT THE LCC AUDITORIUM!!! Date 11th - 16th Nov. 2019. Time: Immediately after the morning sessions! It’s going to be fun and exciting as we celebrate our dear partners. See you there! #LoveWorldAwards2019

Glory!!!💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 Its a night blessing with Esteemed Pastor Magdalene Omagbemi... Come Wednesday 7th of November 2019 Time: 5pm Do miss it #monthofblessing #ceolodi #ceokumagbagroup #warriministrycentre

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