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Apple Homepod 2: Introducing The Next Generation Of Smart Speakers
Apple has unveiled the highly-anticipated second generation of the HomePod, a smart speaker that boasts next-level acoustics and an iconic design. Packed with Apple innovations and Siri intelligence, the HomePod 2 offers a powerful tool for entertain
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Gates Foundation Takes Up Question Of Its Own Power
Does The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have too much power and influence? It’s a question the foundation’s CEO Mark Suzman raised in its annual letter released this week that outlines the organization’s priorities and announces its budget for the c
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New Ice Core Analysis Shows Sharp Greenland Warming Spike
A sharp spike in Greenland temperatures since 1995 showed the giant northern island 2.7 degrees (1.5 degrees Celsius) hotter than its 20th-century average, the warmest in more than 1,000 years, according to new ice core data. Until now Greenland ice
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As Us Nears Debt Limit, Political Frictions Raising Alarms
The countdown toward a possible U.S. government default is in the offing — with frictions between President Joe Biden and House Republicans raising alarms about whether the U.S. can sidestep a potential economic crisis. The Treasury Department projec
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Apple Music and Apple TV apps for Windows have made an appearance, with preview versions of the apps being spotted on the Microsoft Store. Last October, Microsoft announced they were coming to the platform, letting users finally ditch the old iTunes
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Apple Park In Numbers: A Look At The Iconic Campus
Apple Park is designed to be both functional and environmentally friendly. Let’s take a closer look at the various aspects of the building, including its size, cost, environmental impact, and the various buildings and facilities on the campus. The ca
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New Macs Transforming the landscape with M2 PRO & M2 MAX
After months of rumors, Apple finally lifted the lid on specced-up MacBook Pros with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips and an M2 Pro Mac mini, perhaps the most affordable and compelling Mac ever released. Combined, the products take Apple computing to even gre
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Apple Music is one of the most popular streaming services in the United States that allows users to access millions of songs, albums, and playlists. Whether you’re a casual listener or a hardcore music lover, there are plenty of ways to make the most
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Job Cuts In Tech Sector Spread, Microsoft Lays Off 10,000
Microsoft is cutting 10,000 workers, almost 5% of its workforce, joining other tech companies that have scaled back their pandemic-era expansions. The company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the layoffs were a response to “macroeconomic co
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Tesla Cuts Vehicle Prices In Bid To Boost Flagging Demand
With its sales slowing and its stock price tumbling, Tesla Inc. slashed prices dramatically on several versions of its electric vehicles, making some of its models eligible for a new federal tax credit that could help spur buyer interest. The company
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Toyota Pushes Zero-emission Goals By Converting Old Models
To accelerate the global move toward sustainable vehicles, Toyota is suggesting simply replacing the inner workings of vehicles already on the roads with cleaner technology like fuel cells and electric motors. “I don’t want to leave any car lover beh
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Retail Group: Holiday Sales Up Slower-than-expected 5.3%
Sales for the holiday 2022 season slowed more than expected from its blistering pace a year ago as higher borrowing costs and higher inflation made shoppers pull back, according to the nation’s largest retail trade group. The National Retail Federati
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United Airlines CEO Warns Travelers More Disruptions Ahead
The CEO of United Airlines said that other airlines won’t be able to handle all the flights they plan to operate this year, leading to more disruptions for travelers. Scott Kirby said airlines that operate as if this is still 2019, before the pandemi
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Nevada Lithium Mine Gets Conditional $700m Government Loan
The U.S. Department of Energy announced a conditional loan of $700 million to an Australian mining company to pursue a lithium project still facing environmental hurdles in Nevada as the U.S. seeks domestic supplies for a key component in electric ve
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Fastest Corvette Ever Is All-wheel-drive Gas-electric Hybrid
The fastest Corvette ever made comes out later this year, and it’s not powered solely by a howling V8. The E-Ray is a gas electric hybrid, the first all-wheel-drive version of Chevrolet’s storied sports car with the front wheels running on an electri
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Apple CEO Tim Cook To Take More Than 40% Pay Cut
Apple CEO Tim Cook will take a more than 40% pay cut this year from a year earlier as the company adjusts how it calculates his compensation partly based on a recommendation from Cook himself. Apple Inc. said in a regulatory filing that Cook’s target
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Renner Says He’s Home From Hospital After Snow Plow Accident
Actor Jeremy Renner says he is out of the hospital after being treated for serious injuries from a snow plow accident. In response to a Twitter post this week about his Paramount+ TV series “Mayor of Kingstown,” Renner tweeted, “Outside my brain fog
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China’s Netease Criticizes Blizzard Offer As Unequal, Unfair
China games company NetEase Inc. has rejected a proposal from World of Warcraft creator Activision Blizzard to temporarily extend its partnership while the U.S. company seeks a new partner, calling the proposed terms “unequal and unfair” in an escala
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Goldman, M. Stanley Profits Plunge As Dealmaking Dries Up
The profits for two iconic Wall Street firms — Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley — plunged sharply last quarter as volatile markets cut deeply into investment banking. Goldman’s profits tumbled 66% to $1.33 billion in the fourth quarter, it said Tuesd
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Ireland Fines WhatsApp 5.5m Euros For EU Privacy Breach
Ireland fined WhatsApp on Thursday for breaching strict European Union privacy rules by forcing users to consent to allow their personal data to be used to provide “service improvements and security.” The Data Protection Commission issued a 5.5 milli
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EU Inaugurates First Mainland Satellite Launch Port
The European Union wants to bolster its capacity to launch small satellites into space with a new launchpad in Arctic Sweden. European officials and Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf inaugurated the EU’s first mainland orbital launch complex during a visi
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Elon Musk’s Next Drama: A Trial Over His Tweets About Tesla
While still grappling with the fallout from a company he did take private, beleaguered billionaire Elon Musk is now facing a trial over a company he didn’t. Long before Musk purchased Twitter for $44 billion in October, he had set his sights on Tesla
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Fewer Americans File For Jobless Benefits Last Week
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits in the U.S. reached a four-month low last week, a sign that employers are holding on to their workers despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts to slow the economy and tamp down inflation. U.S. jobless a
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EU Outlines Plan For Clean Tech Future Boosted By Subsidies
The European Union pushed forward with a major clean tech industrial plan which not only should keep the continent in the vanguard of plotting a greener future but also guarantee its economic survival as it faces challenges from China and the United
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Feds Reviewing Musk Tweet About Disabling Driver Monitoring
A tweet from Elon Musk indicating that Tesla might allow some owners who are testing a “Full Self-Driving” system to disable an alert that reminds them to keep their hands on the steering wheel has drawn attention from U.S. safety regulators. The Nat
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Stellantis Preps Cost Cuts Due To Higher Ev Prices
Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares says his company has to work on cutting costs globally in order to keep electric vehicles affordable for the middle class. Among the cuts are reducing the number of the automaker’s factories because electric vehicles cos
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How Notam Caused Widespread Flight Disruptions
Until Wednesday, few travelers had ever heard of a Notice to Air Missions, or NOTAM, nor did they know that the system used to generate those notices could cause widespread travel misery. As they arrived at airports in the morning, they quickly found
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Taiwan Chipmaker Tsmc Says Quarterly Profit Up 78%
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the biggest contract manufacturer of processor chips for smartphones and other products, said Thursday its quarterly profit rose 78% over a year earlier but forecast weak demand this year. Revenue for the final
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Korean Firm Plans $2.5b In New Solar Panel Plants In Georgia
A South Korean solar panel maker will invest more than $2.5 billion to build factories in Georgia, hiring 2,500 new employees and making components usually manufactured outside the United States, the company announced this week. Qcells, a unit of Han
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