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Bugatti Chiron makes 0-248-0 miles per hour dash in record 41.96 secondsBugatti Chiron makes 0-248-0 miles per hour dash in record 41.96 seconds

In the video, Bugatti demonstrates just how quickly the Chiron can hustle onwards to roughly 365 km/h - in an indicated 25.5 seconds - before it pulls away from the camera chase auto, which one can safely assume is another Chiron.

South Korea braced for another missile test as North's anniversary approachesSouth Korea braced for another missile test as North's anniversary approaches

South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon admitted that the decision to deploy the THAAD was hard but necessary in order to "protect the lives and safety of the people in response to the sophistication of North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes", according to Yonhap agency.

Defense highlights Auburn's first road game in top 15 clashDefense highlights Auburn's first road game in top 15 clash

On a night when defense ruled, Bryant provided Clemson with just enough offensive spark for the Tigers to improve to 2-0 heading into next Saturday's game at No.

LA Noire Announced for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, VR Edition RevealedLA Noire Announced for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, VR Edition Revealed

Since then, little has been said about the Switch version of the game and nothing has been shown-until now.If you don't remember the L.A. Noire from its original release, this detective game has you cast as detective Cole Phelps as he investigates an escalating series of cases inspired by real-world crimes.

TVR takes covers off 200-mph Griffith supercarTVR takes covers off 200-mph Griffith supercar

The original Griffith ceased production in 2002. Although some of those traditional flowing, smooth TVR lines have been sacrificed to provide air intakes and outlets in the front apron and behind both front and rear arches in a bid to enhance the aerodynamics as best they can.

Mobile wallet Ipaymu and QR codes increase sales in Indonesia

Nowadays the majority of payment transactions in Indonesia are conducted by means of cash. However, modern technical solutions soon will be able to change this situation. Recently an e-wallet Ipaymu was introduced to citizens of the country, which will help to draw attention of smartphone users with the possibility to make mobile payments by means of QR technologies and will probably increase the popularity of cashless payments.

QR codes are used for medical purposes

QR codes have gained popularity around the world. They are used in all spheres of a human activity, helping him to get quick access to the information of his interest, for convenience of making purchases and payment of bank receipts.

New opportunities with the mobile wallet of FIS based on QR codes

Mobile payments become popular around the world. Many banks and financial institutions create special applications for smartphones due to which clients can make transactions by means of their mobile devices.

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