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Bittrex Target of Latest $1 Million Crypto SIM Hack Lawsuit - CoinDesk

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coindesk.com - Crypto exchange Bittrex is being sued over a SIM swap that netted criminals 100 bitcoin, currently worth nearly $1 million. The case resembles other recent high-profile heists in which a hacker seize…

Doing Away With Digital Silos

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robllewellyn.com - Siloed projects are nothing new, and most people who have been in the business of change or transformation for more than a few years will have tasted their unsavoury consequences. In this digital dec…

Google Pay comes to Curve, the banking platform that consolidates all your cards into one – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Hot on the heels of adding support for Samsung Pay, Curve, the London-based “over-the-top” banking platform that lets you consolidate all of your bank cards into a single card, has added support for …

Banned Fortnite star Faze Jarvis lives in £11.6m Hollywood mansion

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dailymail.co.uk - A British Fortnite gamer who was given a life ban for cheating has given a behind-the-scenes tour of his Los Angeles home. Jarvis Kaye, known as FaZe Jarvis, 17, had been banned for life by Epic Game…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! Google’s new chip design protects the cloud where it’s most vulnerable Shared by scottnewell technologyreview.com - The cloud runs the world. Given that it’s such a huge source o…

Massive Facebook document leak gives ammunition to investigators

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arstechnica.com - Facebook is facing a new round of intense scrutiny worldwide after 7,000 pages of confidential files stemming from a lawsuit were made public yesterday. Those documents are not the ones California's …

Philips Android TV wants to be the star of your kitchen

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androidcommunity.com - Philips has ventured into many businesses but one thing we’re grateful for is the fact that it now caters to the Android TV market. It’s easy for the company to do that because it’s been releasing sm…

Cortana brings Play My Emails to Outlook, soon on Android

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androidcommunity.com - We told you previously that Microsoft has other plans for Cortana rather than just the usual digital assistant. It looks like they’re now rolling out some of the plans related to that, at least for O…

Motion Sense gestures on Pixel 4 can be remapped

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androidcommunity.com - Even before the Pixel 4’s big launch, we already heard about Motion Sense feature will work in 38 countries and maybe 9 apps at launch. Supported apps are mostly streaming apps (Amazon Music, Google …

Legislators from ten parliaments put the squeeze on Facebook – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The third session of the International Grand Committee on Disinformation, a multi-nation body comprised of global legislators with concerns about the societal impacts of social media giants, has been…

AWS announces new savings plans to reduce complexity of reserved instances – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Reserved instances (RIs) have provided a mechanism for companies, who expect to use a certain level of AWS infrastructure resources, to get some cost certainty, but as AWS’s Jeff Barr points out they…

Just 48 hours left to buy early bird passes to Disrupt Berlin 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Opportunity’s still knocking, but it’s on a very short leash. We’re T-minus 48 hours remaining on early bird prices to Disrupt Berlin 2019. And if you want to talk opportunity, you won’t find a bette…

WhatsApp’s latest feature, Catalogs, caters to small businesses skipping the web for mobile – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - WhatsApp is expanding the capabilities of its dedicated app for business owners who want to reach their customers on smartphones. The Facebook-owned company is today introducing a new “catalogs” feat…

Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Cities have always been America’s centers of power, driving the economy forward through competition. But now, they’re ceasing to lead the country’s innovation. As jobs and talent have clustered, expe…

An early look at eFounders’ next batch of enterprise SaaS startups – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - European startup studio eFounders recently reached a portfolio valuation of $1 billion across 23 companies. And the company doesn’t want to stop there, as it is currently launching three new companie…

Ghost wants to retrofit your car so it can drive itself on highways by 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A new autonomous vehicle company is on the streets — and unbeknownst to most, has been since 2017. Unlike the majority in this burgeoning industry, this new entrant isn’t trying to launch a robotaxi …

Yandex is now testing a self-driving sidewalk cargo delivery robot – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Add another one to the list of companies piloting small, wheeled, autonomous robots for small-package and food delivery: Yandex . Russia’s search and services giant has expanded its ambitions in the …

YouTube’s homepage redesign focuses on usability, giving you control over recommendations – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - YouTube’s homepage is getting a makeover. The company announced today an updated, cleaner design that does away with information density to instead give more room to the videos and their titles, plus…

Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 starts shipping – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Earlier this year, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft announced the second generation of its HoloLens augmented reality visor. Today, the $3,500 HoloLens 2 is going on sale in the Unite…

With $6.5M in funding, Aircam offers a fast, easy way to share photos at events – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Aircam is a new startup that allows anyone to get instant access to pictures taken by professional photographers at weddings, parties and other events. The company was founded by brothers Evan and Ry…

T-Mobile sugar-coats Sprint merger with promises of free data — but only if it’s approved – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The planned $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint has been approved by the Justice Department and the FCC, but it’s not a sure thing yet. To sweeten the deal, T-Mobile is dangling three big …

How Microsoft is trying to become more innovative – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Microsoft Research is a globally distributed playground for people interested in solving fundamental science problems. These projects often focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence, and …

Solar based ISP startup Tizeti launches 4G LTE network in Nigeria – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nigerian internet service provider Tizeti has launched its first 4G LTE network. The Y-Combinator backed startup — that uses solar powered towers to deliver net connectivity — has built its premier 4…

Ubiquiti combines router and Wi-Fi access point with UniFi Dream Machine – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Ubiquiti is a well-known brand if you care about networking. Many companies, schools and public spaces use Ubiquiti access points to broadcast a Wi-Fi network across an entire building. Earlier this …

Salesforce announces new content management system – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Salesforce has its fingers in a lot of parts of the customer experience, so why not content management? Today, the company announced a brand new tool called Salesforce Content Management System, whic…

Sinclair leads $10.3M investment in rideshare advertising startup Octopus – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Octopus Interactive, a startup bringing an interactive TV and ad experience into Uber and Lyft rides, has raised a $10.3 million funding round led by Sinclair Digital Group. Backseat TVs mixing show …

Spotify’s podcasting app Anchor now helps you make trailers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Spotify’s simple podcasting suite, Anchor, is today introducing a new feature designed to help creators promote their podcast: trailers. On the Anchor app for iOS and Android, podcasters will now be …

Some thoughts on Leica SL2

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om.co - Leica has introduced the next version of my favorite camera, Leica SL. The Leica SL2 is likely to be shipped on November 21. I had the camera for aa couple of weeks and took it out on photo adventure…

Dealmaster: Get 3 months of Audible for just $6.95 per month

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arstechnica.com - Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another batch of deals and discounts to share. Topping our list today is a sale on a three-month Audible membership. All-new subscribers can get three …

Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC: More frames, more volumetric beauty, no Steam

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arstechnica.com - Let's get stoic again... this time on Windows PC. All images in this gallery were captured from live gameplay at near-max settings. The first thing to call out is the incredible upgrades to volumetri…

Valve appears to be working on a “Steam Cloud Gaming” service

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arstechnica.com - Valve seems to be planning to follow the likes of Microsoft and Google into the realm of cloud gaming, if JavaScript code buried on the company's Steamworks Partner site is any indication. Yesterday,…

Uber still infringing some Waymo intellectual property, expert finds

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arstechnica.com - In a Tuesday filing with the Security and Exchange Commission, Uber admitted that an independent expert had determined that Uber's self-driving technology was still infringing Waymo's intellectual pr…

Pistol Whip review: The year’s freshest VR game—and oh-so close to greatness

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arstechnica.com - That changes this week with Pistol Whip, which both evokes the simple genius of Beat Saber yet actually delivers on that rare combination of familiar and fresh. Its single-sentence pitch is just as f…

These electric hot rods point the way for future restomods

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arstechnica.com - Last year, Chevrolet took a 550kW electric Camaro hot rod to SEMA, so this year Ford brought Mustang Lithium, which boasts 671kW. That's 900hp. We don't know how fast this will be at the drag strip, …

How terrible software design decisions led to Uber’s deadly 2018 crash

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arstechnica.com - Radar in Uber's self-driving vehicle detected pedestrian Elaine Herzberg more than five seconds before the SUV crashed into her, according to a new report from the National Safety Transportation Boar…

AT&T adds $10 to smartphone bills for customers with older plans

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arstechnica.com - AT&T is adding $10 to the monthly bills of customers with certain grandfathered mobile-data plans and not letting them switch back to their older packages. AT&T is pitching the change as a "bonus" be…

How Arcade1Up found a sweet spot for scaled-down home game cabinets

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arstechnica.com - "We looked and said there are 'under $100' solutions, [but they] don't really feel like a real arcade," Bachrach began in a recent phone interview with Ars. "There are $3,000 solutions that feel like…

Garmin Venu review: Fitness expertise with many pixels left to fill

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arstechnica.com - Smartwatches try to get us away from our smartphone screens, but ironically, a smartwatch's screen is one of the most important things about it. While plenty of materials have been used in smartwatch…

Apple fixes background app bug with iOS and iPadOS 13.2.2

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arstechnica.com - Today, Apple released a minor update for the operating systems running on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Labeled iOS 13.2.2 (or iPadOS 13.2.2 for the iPad), the key bullet point in this update…

Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller review: For $180, it better be this good

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arstechnica.com - The Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller, in its default configuration. Unlike 2015's design, which had a silver bar on its top, this one has a totally smooth black exterior. I prefer this unified design, …

How to Build an Accordion Component With the CSS Checkbox Hack

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webdesign.tutsplus.com - In this short tutorial, we’ll learn how to build a CSS-only flexible accordion component by taking advantage of the “CSS checkbox hack technique”. Most importantly, our component will be fully respon…

Adobe previews an AI feature that can tell when an image has been manipulated

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theverge.com - Adobe is previewing a bunch of experimental features that could one day come to its apps, including several that use AI to manipulate images and audio. The features were revealed during Adobe’s Sneak…

Top 10 Best Time Tracking Apps For Freelancers In 2020

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inkbotdesign.com - It’s hardly a surprise why so many professionals take to tracking their time while working. While many of them have accounting in mind, others do it to know if they’ve been managing their time effici…

The Best SEO Tools for Web Designers | Webdesigner Depot

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webdesignerdepot.com - There’s a lot of overlap between SEO tools, which is why it can be so difficult figuring out which is the best to use. To simplify things, I’ve selected the 4 SEO tools that will seamlessly integrate…

Some Things You Oughta Know When Working with Viewport Units | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - David Chanin has a quickie article summarizing a problem with setting an element's height to 100vh in mobile browsers and then also positioning something on the bottom of that. The trouble is that Ch…

On Many Websites, Privacy Options Aren’t Much of a Choice

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undark.org - You’ve probably encountered a pair of shoes that won’t stop following you around the internet, appearing in advertisements on different sites for weeks. Today, the vast majority of advertising is tar…

New iPhone Info Confirms Radical And Futuristic Design

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forbes.com - Apple is set to shake things up with next year’s iPhone 12. Analysts are already predicting the inclusion of 5G connectivity in every new handset, now the latest leaks suggest that the iPhone X desig…

Pixel 4 has Hidden High Brightness Mode, needs root access

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androidcommunity.com - The Pixel 4 has been highly anticipated the past few months leading up to the series’ official launch last month. As early as February, we were told the phone would have improved functions and featur…

People report losing Google Opinion Rewards without warning

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve been answering some Google surveys and turning them into usable Google Play Store credits through the Google Opinion Rewards system, you might want to check now if they’re still there. Ther…

Update lets Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max determine your proximity

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androidcommunity.com - If you own or you’re planning to get a Nest Hub or a Nest Hub Max, Google is rolling out a new update to your devices that will enable you to have ultrasonic sensing features. In other words, your sm…

Niantic to include more businesses, adds real-world AR platform

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androidcommunity.com - A few weeks ago, the Niantic Wayfarer was announced. The program was intended to make it easier to nominate portals, gyms, and Pokestops. Loyal players have been having a hard time to have their sugg…

WhatsApp tweaks Privacy Settings so you can avoid getting spammed

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve ever found yourself constantly getting added to WhatsApp groups without friends or random people getting permission for you to be added, we have sort of good news. A new tweak to the Facebo…

Google Cardboard SDK stops, open-source to continue VR development

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androidcommunity.com - It has been five years since Google launched the Google Cardboard. The VR viewer is one of the simplest we know so far because anyone can easily use it. One can also create a new virtual reality expe…

Tasker 5.9.beta.8 released, APK ready for download

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androidcommunity.com - Tasker has been around for over five years now. It’s been getting regular and huge updates that include new features and bug fixes. The last one we featured was in August when the app was updated to …

Fossil Hybrid HR Smartwatch technology announced

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androidcommunity.com - The year 2019 started with us telling you that Google and Fossil Group have started working on a new wearable smartwatch technology. Fast forward to a few months later, we heard the first smartwatch …

Xiaomi Note 10, Redmi Note 8T announced with super hi-res cams

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androidcommunity.com - This was something we’ve been anticipating ever since we learned the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro may also be released as the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. The Mi CC9 Pro became officially official with a 108MP camera a c…

Fitbit is doomed: Here's why everything Google buys turns to garbage | ZDNet

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zdnet.com - Late last week, Google announced its intention to purchase Fitbit, the beleaguered health tracker manufacturer, in an attempt to vitalize its wearables business, with the presumed intent of producing…

Employee Engagement 'Stable' Across Federal Government

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govexec.com - The Office of Personnel Management on Thursday announced that employee engagement across the federal government remained flat at 68 out of 100 points in the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, …

HoloLens 2 is Now Available - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Microsoft announced that it is now shipping HoloLens 2 to customers, and it’s coming with some new features, too. “HoloLens 2 is now shipping to customers,” Microsoft’s John Roach announced. “The sen…

Twitter Now Lets You Follow Topics - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Twitter is changing up how your timeline is populated. Instead of just showing tweets from people you follow, Twitter will now let you follow certain topics/subjects that show tweets from people you …

Best Mirrorless Cameras For Travel – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Have you been hearing a lot about mirrorless cameras lately? If not, you’re in for a treat. They’re very similar to a DSLR, with an interchangeable lens and great image quality, only they’re a lot mo…

Study: USA, China, Japan and Korea to Dominate 5G

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newsmax.com - Europe, moving more slowly to build 5G networks, will lag in terms of consumer take-up. Yet the picture looks different in business, where 5G will be able to run 'smart' factories using connected rob…

Bill Gates Says It Was a “Mistake” to Meet With Epstein 5 Years After He Was Convicted as a Sex Offender

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infowars.com - Bill Gates says it was a “mistake” to meet with Jeffrey Epstein 5 years after the sex trafficker was convicted of soliciting a minor. Gates met with Epstein numerous times, including in 2013 while Ga…

AP Exclusive: Steyer Aide Offered Money for Endorsements

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newsmax.com - A top aide to Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer in Iowa has privately offered campaign contributions to local politicians in exchange for endorsing his White House bid, according to multip…

Bill Gates thinks Windows Mobile would have beaten Android without Microsoft’s antitrust woes

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theverge.com - Bill Gates has revealed that he thinks everyone would be using Windows Mobile right now if Microsoft hadn’t have been caught up in a US Justice Department antitrust investigation. Speaking at The New…

Apple Prime and the iPhone Pro

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500ish.com - Two separate questions that are seemingly unrelated right now, but could be far more intertwined somewhere down the road: Will Apple release an ‘iPhone Pro’ product? Will Apple release an ‘Apple Prim…

Music Like Water

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nmbx.newmusicusa.org - As evidenced by the May 11 announcement of Yahoo’s new music service, it looks like we are indeed heading into a “music-like-water” future (a future that is somewhat pre-outlined in my book The Futur…

Land-speed car begins testing, beats 500mph with just one engine

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arstechnica.com - It's a little late, but Bloodhound LSR has finally begun testing in earnest at the Hakskeen Pan in South Africa's Northern Cape Province. An aerial view of the Bloodhound camp. Not much to do for fun…

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Sleeping Washes Our Brains Clean of Unwanted Toxins, New Study Finds

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interestingengineering.com - You probably don't think twice about what happens to your brain when you sleep, and even though you are resting, thankfully your brain is still working hard for you. A new study led by Boston Univers…

The 50 Best Free Datasets for Machine Learning | Lionbridge AI

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lionbridge.ai - This article is also available in Japanese and Simplified Chinese. Lionbridge AI has assembled a wealth of resources for machine learning and natural language processing activities. In our previous a…

Medopad And Janssen Develop Automated Digital Test To Detect Alzheimer’s Earlier

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forbes.com - Medopad Health innovation startup Medopad has teamed up with pharmaceutical giant Janssen to detect Alzheimer’s disease earlier using digital technology. The firms will work together to identify earl…

Substance In Ginger Found 10,000x As Effective as Chemo Against Breast Cancer Stem Cells - Herbs Info

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herbs-info.com - Please be sure to Join our email list and receive all our latest tutorials daily – free! An intriguing and possibly highly important study [1] has recently been published regarding the action of 6-sh…

The current state of AI and Deep Learning: A reply to Yoshua Bengio

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medium.com - The current state of AI and Deep Learning: A reply to Yoshua Bengio Thanks for your note on Facebook, which I reprint below, followed by some thoughts of my own. I appreciate your taking the time to …

Hackers Can Use Lasers to ‘Speak’ to Your Amazon Echo

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wired.com - In a second experiment, the researchers tested the power and range limits of their technique, downgrading to a 5 milliwatt laser—equivalent to a cheap laser pointer—and moving 361 feet away from thei…

The STEMs of Backblaze: How We Got Here

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backblaze.com - November 8th marks the celebration of National STEM day, calling attention to the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in young peoples’ education. Without these programs e…

Thousands of scientists around the world have united to declare climate emergency that will bring "untold suffering"

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newsweek.com - More than 11,000 scientists from 153 countries have declared a climate emergency by putting their name to a declaration stating the need for "transformative change" to avoid "untold suffering due to …

MIT develops a robot that can grow like a plant when it needs some extra reach – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - MIT has developed a new kind of robot that can essentially extend itself – ‘growing’ in a way that’s surprisingly similar to how a young plant grows upwards. The way researchers accomplished this use…

DNA testing startup Veritas Genetics confirms data breach – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Veritas Genetics, a DNA testing startup, has said a data breach resulted in the theft of some customer information. The Danvers, MA-based company said its customer facing portal had “recently” been b…

Nightfall emerges from stealth with $20M for a cloud-native data loss prevention platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Sensitive data leakage is one of the biggest negative side-effects of cloud-based apps and services. Today, a startup that has built an AI-based platform that can detect and take action on that data …

Kepler achieves a world-first for satellite broadband with 100Mbps connection to the Arctic – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Small-satellite startup Kepler has done something never before accomplished with satellite-based broadband connectivity: providing a high-bandwidth to the Arctic. Kepler’s nanosatellites have success…

This robotic arm slows down to avoid the uncanny valley – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Robotic arms can move fast enough to snatch thrown objects right out of the air… but should they? Not unless you want them to unnerve the humans they’re interacting with, according to work out of Dis…

Elon Musk says building the first sustainable city on Mars will take 1,000 Starships and 20 years – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - SpaceX CEO Elon Musk went into a bit more detail about the timelines and vehicle requirements to not only reach Mars, but to set up a sustainable base on the red planet that can serve as an actual ci…

Microsoft’s Project Silica offers robust thousand-year storage

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arstechnica.com - Ars spoke Tuesday with Dr. Ant Rowstron, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK, about an innovative cold storage project called Silica. Silica aims to replace both tape and op…

Scientists unlock the chemical secrets of a 19th-century photography technique

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arstechnica.com - MordanΓ§age is a photographic process that yields striking black-and-white photographs characterized by ghostly veiling effects. Scientists from George Mason University have recently figured out preci…

Penis-and-scrotum transplant patient reports near-normal erections, orgasms

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arstechnica.com - More than a year after undergoing a 14-hour operation to transplant a penis, scrotum, and lower abdominal wall, a severely injured veteran reports that he has regained normal sensation and function o…

Recycling cars’ lithium batteries is more complicated than you might think

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arstechnica.com - Lithium batteries have become incredibly popular for electronic devices, and the emphasis on weight and size for those batteries means that the amount of raw materials tied up in them isn't too large…

A bipartisan group of Senators wants to extend the space station to 2030

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arstechnica.com - A bipartisan quartet of United States senators has filed a new bill that sets out space policy for NASA over the coming decade. The new authorizing legislation is largely consistent with much of NASA…

The White House puts a price on the SLS rocket—and it’s a lot

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arstechnica.com - After the Senate Appropriations Committee released its fiscal year 2020 budget bill in September, the White House Office of Management and Budget responded with a letter to share some "additional vie…

In 2300, sea level will be at least 1 meter higher

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arstechnica.com - Climate change is often discussed in reference to where things will be in 2100, but the story obviously doesn't end that year. Sea-level rise in particular has an impressive amount of inertia, and a …

The Pixel 4’s latest battery compromise? Artificially capped display brightness

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arstechnica.com - Normally the forehead is jet black, but if you blast it with light, you can see all the sensors inside. The new Google Assistant has this multi-colored design at the bottom. There's a growing mountai…

Meet MLPerf, a benchmark for measuring machine-learning performance

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arstechnica.com - When you want to see whether one CPU is faster than another, you have PassMark. For GPUs, there's Unigine's Superposition. But what do you do when you need to figure out how fast your machine-learnin…

Cattle eyeball worms found in second human, raising worry of wriggly uprising

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arstechnica.com - A 68-year-old Nebraska woman has become the second human in history to discover parasitic cattle worms wriggling around her eyeballs. The cringy case—which surfaced just two years after the first cas…

Exploring New Ways To Manage Content In WordPress — Smashing Magazine

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smashingmagazine.com - Leonardo Losoviz is a freelance developer and writer, with an ongoing quest to integrate innovative paradigms (Serverless PHP, server-side components, GraphQL) … More about Leonardo … Upgrade your in…

What Is Functional Programming? — SitePoint

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sitepoint.com - As a programmer, you probably want to write elegant, maintainable, scalable, predictable code. The principles of functional programming, or FP, can significantly aid in these goals. Functional progra…

10 Good Practices for Building Large Vue.js Projects

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telerik.com - Here are the top best practices I've developed while working on Vue projects with a large code base. These tips will help you develop more efficient code that is easier to maintain and share. When fr…

Trusting your design instinct

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uxdesign.cc - The design world has always taught us to follow a design process whenever a new feature or product update is to be made. We’re taught to fully explore the issue; defining the problem, doing extensive…

How to Create an Interactive 3D Character with Three.js | Codrops

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tympanus.net - In this in-depth tutorial you will learn how to create an interactive 3D character that follows the mouse and performs random animations on click. From our monthly sponsor: Automate manual QA and cat…

Amazing Collection of CSS & JavaScript Calculators

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speckyboy.com - Calculators are one of the few tools that have become just as useful online as they are off. Perhaps even more so, when you consider that we now have apps that can calculate more than just hard numbe…

Most food in America is hyper-palatable and "difficult to stop eating," scientists say

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newsweek.com - Scientists have warned most foods eaten in the U.S.— including some marketed for weight loss—contain ingredients which make people want more. These hyper-palatable foods contain certain combinations …

"New Evidence" --Origin of Life in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents | The Daily Galaxy

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dailygalaxy.com - Francis Crick, responsible for discovering, along with James Watson, the double-helix structure of DNA, once described the origin of life as ‘almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would …

Researchers create a bone like metal foam that heals at room temperature – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF When metal breaks it takes a huge amount of energy and heat to fix it, but this new breakthrough fixes that problem. Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download …

Microsoft Is Taking Quantum Computers to the Cloud

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wired.com - Microsoft got where it is by ensuring that Windows ran on many different types of hardware. Monday, the company said its cloud computing platform will soon offer access to the most exotic hardware of…

'His Dark Materials' HBO: What is "Dust"? The biggest mystery, explained.

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inverse.com - In the first episode of HBO’s new alt-reality fantasy series, His Dark Materials, James McAvoy’s Lord Asriel makes a startling discovery in the Arctic that could shake the very foundations of society…

Soft robots of the future may depend on new materials that conduct electricity, sense damage and self-heal

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theconversation.com - Robots used to be restricted to heavy lifting or fine detail work in factories. Now Boston Dynamics’ nimble four-legged robot, Spot, is available for companies to lease to carry out various real-worl…

OpenAI has published the text-generating AI it said was too dangerous to share

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theverge.com - The research lab OpenAI has released the full version of a text-generating AI system that experts warned could be used for malicious purposes. The institute originally announced the system, GPT-2, in…

Critics blast a proposal to curb climate change by halting population growth

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technologyreview.com - More than 11,000 scientists from a broad range of disciplines signed a new editorial declaring a “climate emergency,” but other researchers immediately criticized one of the proposed remedies: haltin…

No Nut November (The Coomer Meme)

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Should Trump Be Impeached, Imprisoned or Executed?

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The Globalist House of Cards Is Coming Down – Watch LIVE

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Roger Stone Faces Deep State Court in DC Swamp

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Are You Being Brainwashed?

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Nuclear fusion: 'A question of when, not if'

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bbc.co.uk - The prospects for developing nuclear fusion as a feasible source of energy have significantly improved, say experts. The UK government has recently announced an investment of £200m to deliver electri…

Why is ice so slippery?

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sciencedaily.com - The "slippery" nature of ice is generally attributed to the formation of a thin layer of liquid water generated by friction, which for instance allows an ice skater to "surf" on top of this liquid fi…

New Report by Futurum Research Shows Adoption of RPA and Intelligent Automation Going Nowhere but Up

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marketwatch.com - CHICAGO, Nov. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- There is a significant upswing in the adoption of automation solutions across businesses of all size — including Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and AI-powered …

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BUSINESS

Gun Owners Laugh In MSNBC Host’s Face When He Asks About Gun Buyback Proposals

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dailycaller.com - A panel of gun owners laughed in the face of MSNBC host Ali Velshi when he asked what they thought of gun buyback proposals from Democratic politicians. “Let me ask you about a proposal floated out t…

Senator Berger Uses Campaign Funds to Pay for Raleigh Townhome, Complaint Says

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indyweek.com - A complaint filed with the state Board of Elections Wednesday morning alleges that Senate leader Phil Berger is using campaign contributions to pay the mortgage on his $250,000 Raleigh townhome. Does…

Meet Flowee the Hub: A Feature-Rich Bitcoin Cash Validator - Bitcoin News

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news.bitcoin.com - Bitcoin Cash development has been growing wildly over the last year between third party services and infrastructure. Since the inception of BCH, there’s been a number of full node clients that not on…

Mothercare looks to protect its UK pension schemes

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bbc.com - Mothercare is looking to move its UK pension schemes across to its international business in order to help preserve benefits for scheme members. The company is examining a deal that would stop the fu…

How Content Marketing Can Help You Build Trust and Credibility? - LS25 Web Hosting

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ls25webhosting.co.uk - Running a small online business is hard as is. Competing with the big e-commerce giants is an ongoing challenge. You can’t beat their huge marketing budgets. You can’t beat their unbelievably low pri…

Beijing Increases Censorship, Surveillance in Blockchain Drive

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bitcoinist.com - The Beijing regime is all about control. It is a country where people have very little freedom of information or finance (apart from the very affluent). While the state strives to be a world leader i…

Newcastle to flick the switch to 100 per cent renewable energy

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newcastleherald.com.au - City of Newcastle will move to 100 per cent renewable energy in the new year after signing a 10-year power purchase agreement with energy retailer Flow Power. The council estimated ratepayers would s…

Capital One replaces security chief after data breach – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Capital One has replaced its cybersecurity chief, four months after the company disclosed a massive data breach involving the theft of sensitive data on more than 100 million customers. A spokesperso…

How to Prepare for Blindspot Digital Invaders - CXO Weekly

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robllewellyn.com - Not so long ago, CxOs could see the competition coming and they knew who and what to look out for. But that was yesterday's world and things have changed. Now the competition is often invisible until…

Real estate fintech platform Immo Investment Technologies raises €11M Series A – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Immo Investment Technologies, a London-based fintech startup that purchase homes on behalf of buy-to-let investors, has closed €11 million in Series A funding. Backing the round is Talis Capital and …

Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk to talk about late-stage bets at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - South African internet company Naspers isn’t a particularly well-known name in the startup community. And yet, the company made an early investment in a small Chinese company called… Tencent. Naspers…

LogRocket lands $15M Series B, announces new tool to track customer metrics – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - LogRocket is a startup on a mission to help companies root out and fix website app errors quickly and efficiently, and it seems to be going well. Today, the company announced a $15 million Series B i…

Libra’s critics are missing the forest for the trees – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nik Milanovic is a fintech and financial inclusion enthusiast, with a decade of work across mobile payments, online lending, credit and microfinance. It would be an understatement to say the last few…

Reonomy, a massive database of commercial property intel, raises $60M – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The property industry — covering people and businesses that invest in, build, purchase or rent, and maintain property — is hugely fragmented when it comes both to data sources, and the companies that…

Wrench’s on-demand vehicle repair and maintenance service picks up $20 million – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Wrench, the Seattle-based on demand vehicle maintenance and repair service for consumers and fleets, has raised $20 million in its latest round of financing. The company’s round was led by Vulcan Cap…

Warren hits back at Jamie Dimon after he suggests she 'vilifies successful people'

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thehill.com - White House hopeful Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenBiden allies see boost in Tuesday's election results Sanders vows to end Trump's policies as he unveils immigration proposal Trump rails a…

Sacklers get extra bankruptcy protections as legal experts call for probe

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arstechnica.com - A federal bankruptcy judge on Wednesday extended "extraordinary" protections for the mega-rich Sackler family amid a call from legal experts for a special examiner to investigate the family's finance…

How You Know You’ve Found the Right Business Idea

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smallbusinessonlinecommunity.bankofamerica.com - Business ideas are easy. Entrepreneurs can see a dozen opportunities a day if they keep their eyes open and their minds sharp. From parking a car to waiting in line at the coffee shop, anywhere there…

Crypto Under Attack: The Five Worst Hacks That Shook the Crypto World

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cointelegraph.com - In tandem with improvements in technology and security, hackers have started getting more creative with the scams and hacks they carry out. You could be one click away from malware, causing harm to y…

Coca Cola Using Blockchain for $21-Billion-Per-Year Network

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cointelegraph.com - Coca Cola’s bottlers are implementing blockchain technology to manage their cross-party transactions. A Business Insider report on Nov. 5 revealed that Coke One North America (CONA) — the tech firm t…

President Erdogan: Turkey to Finish Testing Digital Lira in 2020

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cointelegraph.com - Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan directed that the government should finish testing the national central bank digital currency (CBDC) in 2020. The country’s national blockchain-based digital l…

Bitcoin Price: Big Move Brewing as $9.5K Becomes Next Key Battleground

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin price (BTC) closed the week at $9,207, down 3.66%. Despite a surprisingly low volatility weekend, the bulls helped keep Bitcoin price above $9,000 for 10 days and at the time of writing the p…

Peter Schiff: China's Gold-Backed Crypto Would Be Bearish for Bitcoin

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cointelegraph.com - China launching a digital counterpart of the yuan backed by gold puts Bitcoin (BTC) at a disadvantage, veteran gold bug Peter Schiff claims. In a tweet on Nov. 2, Schiff, notorious for his cynicism w…

Buffett, Gates And The Giving Pledge: Trust Issues For Billionaire Philanthropists

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forbes.com - Warren Buffett (left) and Bill Gates at the Forbes' 2015 Philanthropy Summit Awards Dinner 2015 Monica Schipper In the headquarters of a Swiss bank in London, a pink neon “Trust Me” sign hums away li…

Tourists to China can finally use the country's massively popular mobile payment systems

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cnbc.com - If you've ever been on a trip to China, you'll know that paying for things can be very difficult if you're a tourist. WeChat Pay and Alipay are two of the most popular mobile payment methods in China…

An Insightful Approach to Data at Customer Expo 2019

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loyalty360.org - Customer Expo 2019 will feature a session with Elizabeth Fettes, Head of Marketing & Brand Strategy for Premier Worldwide Marketing (the exclusive worldwide sales and marketing representatives for Ka…

Loyalty360 Reads: November 7, 2019

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loyalty360.org - Programs Lyft Bids for Customer Loyalty with New Subscription Deal The ride-hailing service has launched a premium loyalty program. “For about $20 a month, Lyft Pink subscribers will get: 15 percent …

Social Security’s Justification for Ending Telework Pilot Doesn’t Add Up

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govexec.com - Since the Social Security Administration’s announcement last week that it would end its seven-year-old telework pilot program for nearly 12,000 employees, officials have cited two reasons for Commiss…

Bank of England cuts growth forecasts; Wall Street hits another record - business live

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theguardian.com - The chances of a cut in interest rates have increased after two members of the Bank of England’s key policy body responded to a growth downgrade inspired by Brexit and a trade war by voting for cheap…

This is the easiest way to obtain a European passport | Sovereign Man

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sovereignman.com - Warren Buffett has famously quipped that his preferred holding period for an investment is “forever.” Once he zeroes in on a great business and buys a huge stake in the company, he never wants to sel…

Watch Live: Exclusive! Roger Stone Trial Judge Imposes Blackout, Rigs Jury Selection With Former Obama Official

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Jobless Claims Decrease More Than Estimated to 211,000

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newsmax.com - The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, consistent with strong labor market conditions and continued job growth. Initial claims for st…

The Feds Spend More on National-Debt Interest Than You Think

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infowars.com - Recently, the Treasury Department reported a 26% increase in the federal budget deficit with a 2019 deficit of $984 billion. The reported data on the budget can be misleading. You might think that a …

Bill Gates Voices Concern About Elizabeth Warren's Wealth Tax Proposal

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breitbart.com - “I’ve paid over $10 billion in taxes. I’ve paid more than anyone in taxes,” Gates, who has an estimated networth of $107 billion, said at the New York Times DealBook conference. ”If I had to pay $20 …

China Says Beijing, US to Lift Tariff Hikes as Talks Advance

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newsmax.com - An interim U.S.-China trade deal is widely expected to include a U.S. pledge to scrap tariffs scheduled for Dec. 15 on about $156 billion worth of Chinese imports, including cell phones, laptop compu…

Bill Gates on Liz Warren: ‘Not Sure How Open Minded She Is’ About Taxation | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - Wednesday at the New York Times’ DealBook conference in New York, Bill Gates, the second-richest person in the world, talked taxation and weighed in 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizab…

Census Bureau Report Shows That the Racial Gap in Median Income Is Widening

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jbhe.com - The U.S. Census Bureau has released its annual report on income in the United States. According to data in the report, the median income of Black households in the United States in 2018 was $41,361. …

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LEISURE

One Man’s Journey to Homelessness

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medium.com - How does a guy who seems to have everything end up living in a tent and dying alone? On the far right in the photo above, alongside several high school friends, stands Will, posed like Michelangelo’s…

Breaking Down The 22 Best Whiskeys 2019: Bourbon, Rye, Single-Malt, And Blends

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brobible.com - Few things in life compare to the joy of drinking the best whiskey on the planet. I love whiskey in all forms (Bourbon, Single Malt, Blended Whiskey, Rye, etc) and from time to time here at BroBible …

Bucharest Cafe Guide

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2foodtrippers.com - The Bucharest cafe scene is cool, classy and caffeinated! Read on to find our favorite Bucharest cafes with great coffee (often of the third wave variety), lightning fast internet and cool vibes. Don…

African Game Meat: What Happens After the Shot?

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americanhunter.org - I hear it quite often from both the uninformed and the ill-informed: “Trophy hunters on safari just take the head and leave all the meat to rot.” Allow me to assure you, nothing could be further from…

Octalysis Design Challenge: Food Heroes, Part 2 | Yu-kai Chou: Gamification & Behavioral Design

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yukaichou.com - Two years ago, we sent Food Heroes Design Challenge Winner Mayur Kapur to Shanghai for a week to work with JUCCCE on a major campaign to improve children’s eating habits and simultaneously boost the …

Plant-based dairy replacements are coming to ice cream pints in San Francisco and New York – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Plant-based replacements are so hot right now, they’re even hitting the coolest thing in food — ice cream. The new plant-based dairy replacement maker, Eclipse Foods, has just signed a deal with hips…

The 6 Best Books of the Year for Entrepreneurs (They Make Great Gifts, Too)

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inc.com - I read about 75 non-fiction books a year. As an author of nine of my own books, it's critical that I stay current on what the greatest minds in business are thinking. When a title really sparks my im…

Policing the Berlin Wall: the ghostly photos taken by the Stasi's hidden cameras

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theconversation.com - When the Berlin Wall divided Germany from 1961 to 1989, East Germany’s Ministry for State Security – commonly known as the Stasi – undertook mass surveillance of German Democratic Republic citizens. …

How to Balance a Freelance Side Hustle While Working a 9-5 Job | Life Goals Mag

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lifegoalsmag.com - Working eight hours a day (or more) just to go home and work on your side hustle? You’re not alone. Most of us young people this day and age hold day jobs while also working on our other passions as …

As Holiday Shopping Nears, Is Your Mobile Sales Channel Ready?

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smallbusinessonlinecommunity.bankofamerica.com - The mobile revolution has radically transformed shopping and selling. The statistics are staggering: Several trends are affecting this sea-change and it would behoove you to know them so you can use …

Three Ancient Shipwrecks Still With Cargo Found Off Greek Island

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ancient-origins.net - Three ancient Greek shipwrecks have been discovered off the small Aegean island of Kasos. In a statement released on Monday, Greece’s Culture Ministry said a subsea exploration funded by the Kasos As…

Project Linus’s ‘Blanketeers’ Donate Homemade Blankets to Children in Need—Here’s How to Help

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mentalfloss.com - In 1995, when Karen Loucks read an article that mentioned how a “blankie” helped comfort a 3-year-old during chemotherapy for leukemia, she decided to donate some homemade blankets to a cancer center…

Marutsakha Takes Flight: Modern Aviation Based on Ancient Vimana

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ancient-origins.net - In 1895 Shivkar Bapuji Talpade (1864-1916), a member of the Maharashtri, launched an unmanned aircraft called Marutsakha, (Sanskrit ‘ Marut’ means Air and ' Sakha' means ‘Friend’, so ‘Friend of the A…

Rebala Heritage Reserve, A Glimpse Into 5000 Years of Human History

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ancient-origins.net - The Rebala Heritage Reserve is an extensive reserve filled with archaeological marvels from the Stone to the Viking Age and offers visitors a step into the long, rich history of the Estonia. The many…

Join PJ Media VIP and Help Us Defend Freedom

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pjmedia.com - Loyal readers of PJ Media are well aware of the challenges we conservatives face in an era when Big Tech makes the rules and we're forced to follow them—websites like ours are increasingly finding ou…

Buying Guide: Best Hair Dryer 2019

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ldnfashion.com - With so many models on the market, it can be a little confusing to find the best hair dryer. We’ve narrowed down the list into our Top 5. Whatever your budget, you can be guaranteed of great hair day…

Best London Locations for the Perfect Instagram Shot

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ldnfashion.com - With its vibrant streets, stunning architecture, and world-famous landmarks, London is a photographer’s dream. If you’re looking for the best spots to take that perfect Instagram snap, check out our …

The Art and Business of Selling | Bruce Turkel

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bruceturkel.com - Frank Kiick was one of the best-dressed men I ever met. His shirts and suits were always immaculate and precisely tailored to fit his lanky frame. His beard was perfectly trimmed and his accessories …

9 Ways You Can Influence Without Instagram Followers – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Do you need a lot of Instagram followers to be an influencer? That’s a question I see often from travelers interested in turning their wanderlust into a career or side hustle. And lately it does seem…

11-07-2019 - [X&Y] The Real Secret To Getting Physical With Her Fast

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archive.aweber.com - ===== IN THIS EDITION: Here's the REAL way to get a woman sexually charged for you sooner than later...and most guys have been getting this ALL WRONG their entire lives. ===== MAKING WOMEN WANT YOU D…

Whistleblower Attorney’s Alleged YouTube Channel Includes ‘Liked’ Videos of “Disney Girls”

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infowars.com - A YouTube channel allegedly belonging to whistleblower attorney Mark Zaid features ‘liked’ videos about “Disney girls.” The channel, which is named MarkSZaidEsq, contains uploads of clips featuring Z…

Visit Cave of the Mounds, A Unique Christmas Cave In Wisconsin This Season

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onlyinyourstate.com - Cave of the Mounds is a stunning National Natural Landmark west of Madison that’s been open to visitors for 78 years. Many Wisconsinites have found their way here over the years, but did you know tha…

Tour 100 Years of Celebrity Homes in Architectural Digest

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architecturaldigest.com - The actress’s 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival villa was “what my father would call a fixer-upper,” she quipped. “I called it ‘The Dowager.’” So she bought the “ramshackle” home and set about on the pro…

14 Italian Restaurants That Will Cure Your Pasta Cravings

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milwaukeemag.com - The fancier brother restaurant to Balistreri’s pizza on 68th Street is a terrific, time-warpy spot for classics like mushroom risotto, linguine carbonara, veal Marsala and eggplant parmesan. 6501 W. …

Beach in Finland covered in rare 'ice eggs'

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bbc.co.uk - Thousands of egg-shaped balls of ice have covered a beach in Finland, the result of a rare weather phenomenon. Amateur photographer Risto Mattila was among those who came across the "ice eggs" on Hai…

The Mexico City Experience — Gastronomad travel

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gastronomad.net - Come explore Mexico City with us, one of the most deliciously, cosmopolitan, culturally vibrant and utterly surprising cities in the world! Our Gastronomad Mexico City Experience is six days and five…

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT

Trump's Favorite Pastor Paula White Has a Fake Doctorate Degree and a History of Bankruptcy

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politicalflare.com - Paula White is a Florida pastor who led a prayer at Donald Trump’s inauguration, chairs his Evangelical Advisory Council, and is now a White House employee, with her salary paid for by the American t…

Is ‘OK, boomer’ an ageist slur? These 18 hilarious takes say definitely not

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fastcompany.com - Conservative talk-show host Bob Lonsberry, who was born in 1959, which makes him part of that persecuted class of the largest generation in U.S. history, tweeted (then deleted) the following on Monda…

'Order!': Meet the Belgian musician behind the Bercow dance remix - Reuters

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reuters.com - ANTWERP (Reuters) - The famous bellows of “Order!” by former British parliamentary Speaker John Bercow have shimmied their way out of Westminster and into a dance remix gone viral at the hands of Bel…

One More Scoop Of Vanilla: A New Proposal Looks To Loosen Radio Ownership Rules

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npr.org - If you're a country artist who dares to have a political opinion in the cautious world of Nashville, you're certain to hear a familiar refrain. "Be careful," you'll be warned. "You don't want to get …

Elisabeth Moss gets the gaslighting treatment in Invisible Man trailer

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arstechnica.com - A young woman believes she is being tormented by the ghost of her abusive ex-boyfriend, only to discover something far worse in The Invisible Man, Universal Pictures' rebooted adaptation of the class…

Star Wars and Marvel content is most popular among Disney+ trial users, report finds – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Early adopters of Disney+ are mostly watching Marvel and Star Wars movies and TV shows, according to a new third-party report by SimilarWeb out today. The analytics firm measured Disney+ usage in its…

Disney+ will launch in the UK, Germany, Italy, France, and Spain in March 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Disney+ will launch in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands on November 12th, a bit shy of a week from today. On November 19th, it’ll expand to Australia and New Zealand. But what about the rest of th…

Video: A chat with Mac Walters on the unsolved mysteries of the Mass Effect universe

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arstechnica.com - Our “War Stories” and “Unsolved Mysteries” gaming videos have gotten us some amazing interviews. We’ve talked to folks like Dead Space’s Glen Schofield; the power duo of Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III…

The 5 Saboteurs of an Entrepreneur

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jonathanfields.com - “Conscious” entrepreneurship–building a business that doesn’t just serve a consumer need and generate profit, but also makes a bigger difference–is even harder. Because it’s not just about money, it’…

Ancient Pattern Poetry – A Visual Story

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ancient-origins.net - Pattern poetry (known variously as figure poem, shaped verse, visual poetry, concrete poetry, and carmen figuratum) is a form of poetry that may be easily recognized due to the arrangement of its lin…

AP 1093: Welcome to AskPat Live from FlynnCon1 (3 of 3)

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smartpassiveincome.com - Pat: What’s up everybody? Pat Flynn here, and welcome to Episode 1093 of AskPat 2.0. This is the final installment of a series of episodes over the last three, including this one, where I take you li…

CD Baby Tip: Music Descriptions That Sell | DIY Musician Blog

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diymusician.cdbaby.com - How many times have you heard this question and how many times have you answered: “It’s hard to describe,” “It’s a mix of different things,” or “It’s unique/experimental/different/eclectic.” Musician…

Meghan McCain to Don Jr.: Does Your Family Hurting People ‘Make You Feel Good? | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - On Thursday’s broadcast of ABC’s “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain asked Donald Trump Jr. if President Donald Trump attacking people makes him “feel good?” McCain said, “Mr. Trump, a lot of Americans…

AHA News: Prolific Pianist Uses Music to Heal, Inspire

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usnews.com - WEDNESDAY, Nov. 6, 2019 (American Heart Association News) -- As soon as Paul Cardall was born, doctors knew something was terribly wrong. He was a blue baby. Oxygenated blood wasn't pumping properly …

Thursday November 7th – Open Thread

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theconservativetreehouse.com - “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God” (Phil. 4:6). God would have us pray about everything, whether it is …

diGenova and Toensing on Upcoming IG Report: “it’s going to be worse than you can imagine”…

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theconservativetreehouse.com - One of the biggest things going on simultaneously with the Durham devastation to come is Roger Stone’s trial that got underway with opening statements Wednesday. Little do they know the 9.0 earthquak…

Howard University Teams Up With Amazon to Promote Diversity in the Entertainment Industry

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jbhe.com - Howard University and Amazon Studios announced the launch of Howard Entertainment, a program designed to diversify the entertainment industry by creating a pipeline for African-American students and …

Bob Iger Takes the Gloves Off for Disney’s Streaming Debut

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bloomberg.com - Long before he became chief executive officer of Walt Disney Co. in 2005, Robert Iger developed a habit of waking up on weekdays at 4:15 a.m. and working out. Lately he’s been getting up around that …

Back to the Future Officially Licensed T Shirts

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mralanc.blog - Back To The Future t shirts are officially licensed by Back To The Future and include free stickers. Back to the Future created three officially licensed t shirts to memorialize the highest grossing …

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WORLD

FBI considers white nationalism as much of a threat as ISIS

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newsweek.com - The threat of white nationalist violence in the U.S. is at least as big a threat as that posed by the Islamic State (ISIS) and similar groups, the FBI revealed Wednesday. Director Chris Wray told the…

Diplomat testified that Putin, Orban poisoned Trump’s views on Ukraine

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nbcnews.com - WASHINGTON — A senior U.S. diplomat told Congress that he was briefed on conversations President Donald Trump had with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban in w…

Family Member of Slain Mormons Espouses Support For Gun Rights

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bearingarms.com - The murder of nine Americans by Mexican drug cartels is likely to rattle a lot of people. For myself, I have a lot of good friends who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, …

Teacher to Parent - Students are to follow the rules and consequences that are given to them

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moultrienews.com - Q: My son got a detention for talking in class. He didn’t serve the detention. I know that was totally wrong. He should have served it, but he said he forgot. The teacher sent him to the principal fo…

Netflix CEO defends censoring anti-government video in Saudi Arabia

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arstechnica.com - As 2019 began, Netflix suppressed an episode of comedian Hasan Minhaj's show Patriot Act for the Saudi Arabian market, sparking outcry from some Western critics. In a Wednesday interview, CEO Reed Ha…

Did James Clapper Just Admit President Obama Directed Him to Go After the Trump Campaign?

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townhall.com - As U.S. Attorney John Durham continues his criminal investigation into the origins of the government's targeting of the 2016 Trump campaign, former Obama administration intelligence officials are den…

ABC News Is Investigating Source Of Amy Robach Footage Leak

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infowars.com - ABC News has launched an investigation to determine who leaked the video of anchor Amy Robach alleging that the network killed her story on Jeffrey Epstein, it said in a statement Wednesday. Robach w…

Macron: NATO Suffering ‘Brain Death’, Germany Raises Defence Spending

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breitbart.com - In an interview with The Economist published on Thursday, the French president said: “What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO.” Asked whether he believed in members’ commitment …

Macron: Trump's Neglect of Allies Is Killing NATO

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newsmax.com - Recent actions by the U.S. and Turkey have wrecked the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, creating such confusion that French President Emmanuel Macron wonders if the 70-year-old alliance is still s…

Erdogan Says US Not Fulfilling Syria Deal Ahead of Trump Talks

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newsmax.com - A month ago, Turkey launched a cross-border offensive with Syrian rebels against Kurdish YPG fighters. After seizing control of a 120-km (75-mile) swathe of territory, it reached a deal with the Unit…

'Nothing Changes' — Donald Trump Reacts to Recent Jane Fonda Arrests

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breitbart.com - “They arrested Jane Fonda. Nothing changes,” Trump said. “I remember 30-40 years ago … She always has the handcuffs on, oh man, she’s waving to everybody with the handcuffs.” The president spoke abou…

Book Reveals How America Acquired Nazi Rocket Tech After WWII

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breitbart.com - The Hidden Nazi examines the role of General Hans Kammler, described in the book’s synopsis as “the worst Nazi war criminal you’ve never heard of.” A project supervisor of the Nazis’ rocket weapons p…

10 Dead After Cartel Gunmen Attack in Juarez — Many Victims Innocent Factory Workers

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breitbart.com - Violence erupted in JuΓ‘rez early Tuesday morning at approximately 2:00am local time when cartel shooters stopped a factory worker transit bus. The operatives barricaded the doors and set it on fire. …

19 Berlin Police Injured During Antifa Extremist Attack

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breitbart.com - The unidentified Antifa members attacked police in the Friedrichshain area, throwing heavy paving stones at the officers along with bottles and other projectiles, with a total of 19 officers injured …

Milwaukee acid attack: Clifton A. Blackwell charged with hate crime

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usatoday.com - MILWAUKEE – A 61-year-old Milwaukee man was charged Wednesday with a hate crime in Friday's acid attack on a Hispanic man outside a south side restaurant. Clifton A. Blackwell faces a count of first-…

Pence aide said Trump's July 25 call with Ukraine was political and not a normal diplomatic call

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cnn.com - (CNN)An aide to Vice President Mike Pence who listened to the call between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian President told impeachment inquiry investigators on Thursday that she found the con…

Iran pumps centrifuges with uranium gas as nuclear deal crumbles | News

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aljazeera.com - Iran stepped up activity at its underground Fordow nuclear plant early on Thursday - a move France said showed for the first time that Tehran explicitly planned to quit a historic deal with world pow…

It’s Time For The United States To Wage War On Mexican Drug Cartels

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thefederalist.com - The American family gunned down Monday in northern Mexico should be a wake-up call for U.S. policymakers that the spiraling cartel violence in Mexico is not going to remain south of the Rio Grande, a…

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Bucharest Cafe Guide

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2foodtrippers.com - The Bucharest cafe scene is cool, classy and caffeinated! Read on to find our favorite Bucharest cafes with great coffee (often of the third wave variety), lightning fast internet and cool vibes. Don…

Best Mirrorless Cameras For Travel – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Have you been hearing a lot about mirrorless cameras lately? If not, you’re in for a treat. They’re very similar to a DSLR, with an interchangeable lens and great image quality, only they’re a lot mo…

9 Ways You Can Influence Without Instagram Followers – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Do you need a lot of Instagram followers to be an influencer? That’s a question I see often from travelers interested in turning their wanderlust into a career or side hustle. And lately it does seem…

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