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Huawei techies carried out AI research with China’s military

Some employees of Chinese tech giant Huawei reportedly collaborated with Chinese military personnel on at least 10 research projects, which ranged from using artificial intelligence to identify emotions in online video comments to analyzing...
Topics: Huawei, China, Military, World Videos

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The US is picking a fight with Canada over a thawing Arctic shipping route

The Northwest Passage is one of just two possible shipping routes through the Arctic. “Possible” is generous: The icy landscape is treacherous for all but the burliest ships. Because the passage is of limited use, countries have rarely clashed...
Topics: Canada, Arctic

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Fears Return Over German Chancellor Merkel’s Well-Being as She Appears Shaking Again

Speculation about Angela Merkel's health issues initially began circulating after she was seen trembling at a welcome ceremony for Ukraine’s newly-minted president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in Berlin last week.
Topics: Angela Merkel, Ukraine, Germany, Berlin

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Amazon's New Surveillance Patent to Boost Drone Market Reach

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Topics: Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Patents, Drones

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What to Make of Constellation Brands (STZ) Stock Heading into Q1 Earnings

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Topics: Anheuser-Busch

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3 Stocks to Hold for the Next 20 Years

Investing maven Warren Buffett famously quipped that his favorite holding period is forever. There's a lot to be said for thinking in those terms, not just because it's the strategy the world's most successful living investor follows. For one thing,...
Topics: Warren Buffett

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Hackers Are Poking at a MacOS Gatekeeper Flaw Apple Left Unfixed

The clock's ticking to fix a Gatekeeper bug that would let hackers slip malware onto your computer undetected.
Topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Apple, Malware

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Priceless! Corey Booker’s Facial Expression When Beto Suddenly Speaks Spanish Goes Viral [Video]

Photo credit: Screen Shothttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI0rTtgbpRU   By most accounts, former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke was the loser of last night’s Democratic primary debate. However, he did provide us with one hilarious...
Topics: World Videos, World Photos, Debate

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Futures Tumble After Beijing Reveals Demands To Agree To Trade War "Truce", Including...

The big news overnight came from the South China Morning Post, which echoed what Bloomberg reported earlier this week, namely that the US and China have "tentatively" agreed to another truce in their trade war in order to resume talks aimed at...
Topics: China, Beijing, Huawei, Bloomberg

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Australian Foreign Ministry Says Looking Into Reports on Citizen Detained in North Korea

MOSCOW/TOKYO (Sputnik) – The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs has stated that it was seeking clarification of the reported detention of an Australian man in North Korea.
Topics: North Korea, Russia, Moscow, Japan, Tokyo

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Photo of Migrants Shocks, but Congress Stalls on Border Aid

A photo of a migrant father and his 23-month-old daughter appeared to crystallize the human tragedy at the border, and it was everywhere — on cable, the internet and on the Senate floor.
Topics: Usa Photos, Senate

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Google auto-delete for Location History goes live on Android and iOS

Before Facebook grabbed the unwanted spotlight, Google was the one always on the hot seat over privacy concerns. To its credit, the company has made it easier for users to control what data Google gathers from them, even if it continues to collect...
Topics: Google, Social Media, Android, Mobile Technology, Ios, Facebook

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U.S. asylum officers ask federal court to strike down Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policy

U.S. asylum officers asked the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday to block President Trump's "Remain in Mexico" asylum policy, arguing in a friend-of-the-court brief that Trump's policy of making asylum-seekers stay in Mexico while...
Topics: Mexico

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GoFundMe Removes Rugby Star’s Donation Page After He’s Fired for His LGBT Views

When Australian rugby star Israel Folau’s team contract was terminated after he voiced the principles of his Christian faith, he turned to GoFundMe Australia to crowdsource funds for his legal action against Rugby Australia. Three days later,...
Topics: Israel, Religion, Australia

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India’s pre-owned car market is vrooming amid an auto slump

At a time when India’s auto sector is facing its worst slowdown in years, the second-hand market is booming. The pre-owned car market clocked a year-on-year growth of up to 12% in financial year 2019, according to a recent report in mint. Used...
Topics: India

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Ukraine Protests as Russia Returns to the Council of Europe

Nikolas K. Gvosdev Russia, Europe Germany and France are moving toward dialogue with the Kremlin. Russia was suspended from the Council of Europe in 2014 after its seizure of Crimea. Crimea remains annexed to the Russian Federation, with no sign...
Topics: Ukraine, Protests, Russia, Germany, France, Kremlin, Crimea

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FinTech Stocks Burn Rubber in 2019

There is a relatively new and deep small-cap banking niche to know about – and it is experiencing a solid 2019 stock market rally.At Zacks, we label this 22-company strong banking group as Financial - Consumer Loans. But the classic buzzword...
Topics: Banking

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Puts Kellyanne Conway On Notice: 'You're Getting A Subpoena!'

Freshman lawmaker says the House Oversight Committee wants a chat with the White House counselor.
Topics: Subpoenas, White House

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Democrats Debate Health Care And Other Issues At Miami Forum

At the first night of the debate, one issue where there were clear differences was where the Democratic presidential contenders stood on health care.
Topics: Debate

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The Pentagon stands by its decision to reject Oracle’s bid for the $10 billion JEDI cloud...

The Pentagon said Oracle is "not in the same class" as rivals Microsoft and Amazon, the finalists in the contract bid process for the $10 billion JEDI cloud project. Oracle had filed a lawsuit challenging the Defense Department's decision. It...
Topics: Pentagon, Oracle (business), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Lawsuits

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How to bypass the Activation Lock on an iPhone or iPad

If you're having trouble figuring out how to bypass the Activation Lock on an iPhone or iPad, don't feel bad — it's meant to be difficult. Activation Lock is an iOS feature that prevents theft by requiring you to enter your Apple ID...
Topics: Iphone, Mobile Technology, Ipad, Tablets, Ios, Apple

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Gender & compensation at VC-backed startups – Where are we today?

Conrad Lee Contributor Conrad Lee leads the VC Executive Compensation Survey and Option Impact at Shareworks Compensation, formerly Advanced-HR. He has spent the last decade developing and delivering the world’s largest pre-IPO...
Topics: Startup, Polls, Initial Public Offering

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