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Kylie Jenner has announced her baby’s name

After giving birth last week, beauty mogul Kylie Jenner has finally revealed her little baby girl’s name: Stormi. There has been a moderate amount of buzz over the name, with speculation that it could be Posie, (on account of the lip shade posted by Kris on her Instagram) or Butterfly, (on account of the necklace Kylie was wearing in the birth announcement video), but the rumours were put to rest after the youngest Kardashian-Jenner took to Instagram on Wednesday morning. Jenner shared a photo of herself holding her daughter’s finger with the simple caption “Stormi,”…

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Samsung Odyssey virtual reality headset announced for Windows

Samsung has unveiled a virtual reality rig designed for use with Windows PCs. HMD Odyssey joins previously announced VR headsets and hand controllers from Dell, HP, Lenovo, Acer and Asus to form the launch hardware line-up for Microsoft’s new Mixed Reality platform. Unlike earlier PC-based VR kit, the new products are able to track their wearers’ movements in a room without requiring additional external sensors. But experts have questioned whether the market will support so many brands. Until now, HTC’s Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Rift have had most of the…

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England to face New Zealand and Australia in 2018 as autumn internationals announced

England will complete a four-year wait to face New Zealand when they clash with the world champions at Twickenham next year. The fixture has been confirmed, by the Rugby Football Union, for November 10 and is the highlight of a mouth-watering 2018 autumn series that also features matches against South Africa, Japan and Australia. “We will have to work hard and be smart in what we do to bridge the gap between us and the All Blacks,” head coach Eddie Jones said. The composition of the 2018 Old Mutual Wealth…

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Anthony Joshua admits 'massive' disappointment after Wladimir Klitschko announced retirement

Anthony Joshua has revealed the “massive” sense of disappointment he felt when Wladimir Klitschko announced his retirement and ended their plans for a rematch in Las Vegas. The IBF and WBA heavyweight champion had been expected to defend his titles against Klitschko in a lucrative match-up at the T-Mobile Arena on November 11. Klitschko’s unexpected announcement, at the age of 41 following his stoppage defeat by Joshua at Wembley, surprised the boxing community as much as Joshua, particularly as he believes the Ukrainian had more to give. Immediately after April’s…

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