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Target stores will soon accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay and contactless cards

Target Corp. customers will soon be able to pay for store purchases using their smartphones or new types of credit cards that can complete a purchase with a tap. Minneapolis-based Target (NYSE: TGT) said Monday it will soon also incorporate Apple...
Topics: Apple, Google, Samsung, Mobile Technology, Credit Cards

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The First 'iPhone Bailout' Is Now A Reality

The only companies who have been hurt more by the astounding flop of Apple's latest crop of smartphones have been Apple's suppliers. And following a beat-down in the shares of companies that produce displays, casing and internal components for the...
Topics: Iphone, Mobile Technology, Apple

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New York State Senate Passes Expansive Abortion Bill

The Reproductive Health Act will expand the state’s already liberal abortion regime.
Topics: Senate

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3 Top Growth Stocks to Buy Right Now

Economic growth might be beginning to slow in the United States and around the globe, but that doesn't mean there aren't growth opportunities for investors who know where to look. The long-term potential of several megatrends, such as genetic...

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Stanley Black & Decker Sees Slightly Lower Growth in 2019

In perhaps a harbinger of a softer economic environment in 2019, diversified industrial toolmaker Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) projects that it will have lower growth in revenue and earnings in 2019. The parent company of its namesake...
Topics: US Equity Markets

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Covington Catholic videos show life is complicated. But we still saw what we saw.

My Trump-supporting Republican parents taught us personal responsibility, as in if you're guilty, it's on you. But that's not a thing in Trump’s GOP.        
Topics: Usa Videos

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Government shutdown, Day 32: Senate to vote Thursday in first sign of congressional movement

The Senate and the House will vote this week on starkly different bills to fund the government, virtually assuring that the shutdown will continue.        
Topics: Senate

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President Trump Told Sarah Huckabee Sanders ‘Not to Bother’ Briefing Reporters

(NEW YORK) — President Donald Trump says he directed White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders not to bother with the traditional daily briefing of reporters. The last briefing took place on Dec. 18. In a tweet on Tuesday, the...
Topics: Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee, White House

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Spotify's mobile app lets you block artists you can't stand

Spotify has introduced a new feature that will let users block music from artists they no longer want to hear. A "Don't play this artist" feature appeared in the latest version of the Spotify app for iOS and Android, as first spotted...
Topics: Spotify, Android Apps, Ios, Android, Mobile Technology

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Supreme Court continues to duck key LGBT cases

(Paul Mirengoff) In this post from last week, I described how the Supreme Court has avoided hearing cases relating to key LGBT issues that ought to be decided one way or the other. Most notably, it has ducked the issue of whether discrimination...

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The most annoying British export since Piers Morgan: 'Drones' halt US airport flights

Talk about Jersey Whirl... Flying gizmos disrupt ops this evening It seems the UK's latest pain-in-the-ass craze has made its way stateside again, as alleged sightings of rogue drones brought Newark Liberty International Airport to a halt Tuesday.…
Topics: Drones, Airports, United Kingdom

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The CEO of secretive big data startup Palantir, which is looking to IPO this year, says he finds...

Big data startup Palantir works with government organizations, and its technology has been used to investigate terror attacks. Palantir CEO Alex Karp said in an interview that he learns about a foiled terrorist attack in Europe once a week. Palantir...
Topics: Startup, Terrorism

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Former MS-13 Member Who Secretly Helped Police Is Deported

Henry was twice forced to join the brutal gang MS-13, first in El Salvador and then on Long Island. Twice, he tried to escape its violence. He became an informant, helping law enforcement arrest other MS-13 members. But his FBI gang task force...
Topics: Police, El Salvador, FBI

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Harness the Full Power of Ubuntu Linux on Windows with Multipass for Windows

Canonical announced today the availability of its Multipass orchestration tool for virtual instances of Ubuntu Linux for the Microsoft Windows operating systems. Multipass is an open-source command-line utility that lets users orchestrate the...
Topics: Linux, Ubuntu, Canonical, Microsoft, Open Source Software

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Behold: The smallest Chrome OS computer on the face of the planet

If we were gamblers here at BGR Deals, we would definitely be that you’ve never heard of the ASUS CHROMEBIT CS10 Stick-Desktop PC until now. We would also bet that you won’t soon forget it. This awesome little gadget is the size of a...
Topics: Chrome, Asus, Gadget

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These tactile blocks teach blind kids to code

Microsoft’s Code Jumper lets you play with code with your hands. A couple of years ago, as an 8-year-old trying to learn to code, a student named Theo was frustrated. Theo happens to be blind, and the standard tools designed to teach children...
Topics: Microsoft

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This Bird-like Drone Has Wings and Legs, and Jumps to Take off

Generally speaking, drones have either vertical takeoff capabilities or they need a runway. However, a South African startup has a better way. Their solution is to add some legs to their drone. The Passerine Sparrow Jumper has fixed wings and legs...
Topics: Drones, Startup

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Chris Brown Will Sue Alleged Rape Victim for Defamation

Chris Brown is going on the offensive after his arrest for allegedly raping a woman in Paris, because he's going to sue her for defamation. Chris' Parisian lawyer, Raphael Chiche, says, "Chris Brown is free. No lawsuits were filed against...
Topics: Chris Brown, France, Paris, Lawsuits

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