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Polestar 2’s Rear End Teased Ahead of Reveal

Polestar 2’s Rear End Teased Ahead of Reveal

While the exact specifications are not known, the Polestar 2's power output is reported to be around 395 BHP. The company states that this model will be smaller than the Polestar 1 and will rival ...

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Massive Marriott breach included 5M+ unencrypted passport numbers

Massive Marriott breach included 5M+ unencrypted passport numbers

A Target breach in 2013 affected more than 41 million payment card accounts and exposed contact information for more than 60 million customers. Hackers accessed the passport numbers of 5.25 million ...

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Apple warning of weak sales in China sends US stocks sinking

Apple warning of weak sales in China sends US stocks sinking

Developments in a patent dispute between Apple and Qualcomm in Germany also rattled investors. The rebound in equities suggests that "Asian investors shrugged off bearish news surrounding Apple...

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Heathrow, Gatwick investing in anti-drone technology

Heathrow, Gatwick investing in anti-drone technology

From December 19 to 21, the airport was repeatedly forced to close due to reported drone sightings. Two of Britain's largest worldwide airports are planning to install military-grade anti-drone de...

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Idaho students will receive $850,000 in settlement with higher ed vendor

Idaho students will receive $850,000 in settlement with higher ed vendor

More than 3,000 Washingtonians will receive more than $7.6 million in debt relief from Career Education Corporation (CEC), a for-profit higher education company , as part of Attorney General Bob Ferg...

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Florida man attacks McDonald's worker over straw

Florida man attacks McDonald's worker over straw

He got upset when there weren't any plastic straws out at the condiment station, witness Brenda Biandudi told CNN . Co-workers pulled them apart, and then someone who appears to be a manager ca...

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U.S. manufacturing PMI index falls to 15-month low in December

U.S. manufacturing PMI index falls to 15-month low in December

Subdued demand hit the index in December with commercial construction a particular drag. The same was true for new orders, where a marked expansion was recorded and extended the current sequence of ...

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The winners of this week's €130 million EuroMillions jackpot are from Armagh

The winners of this week's €130 million EuroMillions jackpot are from Armagh

The identity of the lucky winners will be unveiled at Belfast's Culloden Estate and Spa on Friday morning. The couple has been together for 30 years, living in Hartlepool for 25 years before recentl...

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Destination Oregon! More people are moving to the Beaver State

Destination Oregon! More people are moving to the Beaver State

While not a ideal reflection of overall population totals, the migration patterns identified in the moving surveys tended to mirror a list of states that with negative population growth rates. The top...

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Qualcomm shells out billions to uphold Apple's German iPhone ban

Qualcomm shells out billions to uphold Apple's German iPhone ban

Now, on Apple's German store site , the iPhone 7 and 8 models have been taken down. Apple was ordered to remove some iPhone models from its stores in Germany due to patent litigation with manuf...

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Powell says Fed will be ‘patient’ with monetary policy in 2019

Powell says Fed will be ‘patient’ with monetary policy in 2019

Asked if he had had any face-to-face meetings with Trump, Powell said he had not although he said previous Fed leaders have had discussions from time to time with previous presidents. Futures traders ...

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Weather Channel App Accused Of Selling Users' Personal Data

Weather Channel App Accused Of Selling Users' Personal Data

Apparently, user location data gathered via the app has been "transferred to others for profit", despite TWC's claims that it only uses said data to improve the accuracy of weather predictions. In r...

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Japanese bluefin tuna sold at auction for record $4.4m

Japanese bluefin tuna sold at auction for record $4.4m

He bought the most expensive tuna at the first auction of the year from 2012 to 2017. The winning bid for the prized but threatened species at the predawn auction Saturday was more than double the 2...

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Kentucky police mourn loss of Krispy Kreme truck, get free doughnuts

Kentucky police mourn loss of Krispy Kreme truck, get free doughnuts

On Thursday morning, Lexington police announced that the response to their viral tweet has left a profound impact on them and has gotten them through quite hard times. Lexington police had earlier ...

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Oil prices keep going up

Oil prices keep going up

Prices pared gains on Friday after data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed a sharp increase in product inventories as refiners ramped up utilization rates USOIRU=ECI to 97.2 percen...

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Will reject any Donbald Trump request to quit: Jerome Powell

Will reject any Donbald Trump request to quit: Jerome Powell

Speaking after months of volatility in world bond and stock markets, Powell avoided some of the communication missteps that in the past have roiled rather than calmed investors. Powell's remarks reass...

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Vancouver home sales in 2018 lowest in almost two decades

Vancouver home sales in 2018 lowest in almost two decades

A combination of unsustainably high home prices, rising interest rates, increased taxes and the mortgage stress test are being held responsible for slow residential real estate market activity in Metr...

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IRS will not issue refunds during partial government shutdown

IRS will not issue refunds during partial government shutdown

The agency is now operating with only 12.5 percent of its workforce, with 10,000 federal employees due to the partial government shutdown. If the government shutdown persists past mid-January, it is u...

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Dow Jones drops 660 points after Apple forecast adjustment

Dow Jones drops 660 points after Apple forecast adjustment

The measures have disrupted trade, hurt manufacturing, roiled worldwide markets and slowed the global economy. "I think we will make a deal with China", Trump told reporters at the White House aft...

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Cooked: Apple shares spiral as investors launch 'securities fraud' lawsuit

Cooked: Apple shares spiral as investors launch 'securities fraud' lawsuit

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 660 points, or 2.8 percent, to 22,686. Apple's shares fell by 10%, taking its value - which past year saw it become the first listed company to be worth mor...

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