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Epson adds Google Assistant to supported voice-activated printers

If you’re the type of person who has no patience in dealing with printers and their complicated navigation and software, you can now let your digital assistant worry about that. Well, that is, if you have an Epson printer that has voice support...
Topics: Google, Printers

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The New Rules of Dying and Repeating with ‘Russian Doll’ and ‘Happy Death Day 2U’

What if someone gave you the opportunity to change the events of your life? Would you use your newfound abilities to live a life of leisure or would you be devastated to relive one brief fragment for eternity? Russian Doll and Happy Death Day 2U...

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Lyft set for March market debut: report

Lyft is preparing to list its shares on the Nasdaq exchange as early as next month, jumping ahead of ride-hailing rival Uber, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Taiwan's Leader Says Threat Of Chinese Invasion "Growing Every Day"

President Trump's at times warm, at times contentious relationship with his Chinese counterpart has been an exercise in cognitive dissonance that's reflective of a broader truth about the relationship between the world's two largest economies. The...
Topics: Taiwan

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UN Not Part of Any Talks on Observational Role on Syria’s Northeastern Border

GENOA (Sputnik) - The United Nations is not involved in any discussions about the organization potentially having an observational role on Syria's northeastern border to prevent clashes between Turkish and Kurdish forces, a UN official from the...
Topics: Syria

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Is Venezuela On The Verge Of Becoming Another Syria?

Submitted by Brandon Smith from AltMarket Establishment elites have always had a predilection for regime change. Obviously, this strategy helps weed out nation states that might be uncooperative with their future plans for a fully centralized...
Topics: Venezuela, Syria

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It’s Getting Easier to Stop Facebook Tracking You

If you’re an Android user there’s a good chance Facebook can track your location even when you aren’t using the app. And you only have yourself to blame, as you’ve ticked the option to share your location. However, Facebook...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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Nike's self-lacing Adapt BB shoes aren't playing well with Android phones

How do you know you're living in the future? When your shoes have technical problems. Owners on Google Play and CNET report that Nike's Android companion app for the self-lacing Adapt BB has some teething troubles, most notably a buggy...
Topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Google, Firmware

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House Democrats expected to file bill Friday to quash Trump's emergency declaration

On Wednesday night, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told congressional Democrats and Republicans that the House will "move swiftly" to pass a resolution to terminate President Trump's emergency declaration, and she urged all members of...
Topics: Nancy Pelosi

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Covington Catholic Teen Nick Sandmann Sues 'Washington Post' For $250 Million

His family says the newspaper targeted the student and defamed him for political purposes after the release of a video that appeared to show a standoff between him and a Native American activist.(Image credit: Kaya Taitano/Social Media via Reuters)
Topics: Usa Videos, Activism, Social Media, Reuters

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Sen. Sanders Rakes in $6 Million in 24 Hrs, Looking for 1 Million Volunteers

On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Teresa M. Lundy, government affairs and public relations specialist and principal of TML Communications, LLC.

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A Tibetan-Canadian student was attacked online after winning student council elections. She thinks...

Image from Chemi Lhamo Instagram via The Stand News. This article was originally written by Leung Hoi Ching and published in Chinese on Hong Kong based citizen media, the Stand News on February 15, 2018. The following trimmed English version is...
Topics: China, Beijing, Instagram, Hong Kong

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Spending forecast offers ammunition — and some alarm — for Democrats pushing Medicare expansion

New projections show Medicare is driving health care spending as the baby boom generation ages.
Topics: Medicare

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Noam Emeran: I Chose Manchester United Ahead of Barcelona and PSG

Teenage sensation Noam Emeran has explained he rejected the advances of Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain to join Manchester United...
Topics: France, Paris

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Scholar: London Risks Shooting Itself in the Foot By Blindly Following US Govt

On February 11, British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said the UK intends to send its latest aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, to the South China Sea in a display of "hard power."
Topics: United Kingdom, London, China

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Walmart's Online Sales Growth Comes at a Cost

Walmart (NYSE: WMT) is growing online sales faster than any other major competitor in the United States. The retail giant reported e-commerce growth of 43% for its fourth quarter and 40% for the full year last year. By comparison, Amazon (NASDAQ:...
Topics: Wal-Mart Stores, US Equity Markets, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Nasdaq

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With no plans for merging operating systems, Apple opts to combine apps instead

Apple is working on combining all of the the apps it offers to iPhone, iPad, and Mac users by 2021. App developers will soon be able to build and submit one version of their apps to be used by Apple product users. The post With no plans for merging...
Topics: Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Ipad, Tablets

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Muslim Group Seeks Congressional Probe on Terror Watchlist

FALLS CHURCH, Va.—A Muslim civil rights group called for a congressional investigation Wednesday after its lawsuit revealed that the U.S. government has shared its terrorist watchlist with more than 1,400 private entities, including hospitals and...
Topics: Terrorism, Religion, Lawsuits

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20 Companies Profiting the Most from War

Global military spending increased by 3.9% in 2017, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The global rise was driven partially by a $9.6 billion hike in U.S. spending...
Topics: Military, Sweden, Stockholm

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Jefferies Is Shocked By How Clueless The Fed Turned Out To Be

When the Fed dramatically reversed on its hawkish tightening cycle two months, the market was shocked - not so much by the reversal, after all the Yellen Fed did an almost identical U-turn in 2016 when a foundering China dragged the world to the...
Topics: Fed, China

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France Discussing With Iran Fate of Citizen Arrested in October 

France is in touch with Iran to improve the conditions of a French woman who was arrested in October on the Gulf island of Kish for allegedly signing an illegal mining contract, Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Wednesday. Nelly...
Topics: France, Iran

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Russia Moves To Mask Military Trail By Telling Troops To Put Down Smartphones

Russian lawmakers have passed a bill restricting social media and smartphone use by service members.(Image credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Topics: Russia, Military, Social Media, Bloomberg

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Site Centers Corp (SITC) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

Image source: The Motley Fool.Site Centers Corp  (NYSE: SITC)Q4 2018 Earnings Conference CallFeb. 20, 2019, 5:00 p.m. ETOperatorContinue reading
Topics: US Equity Markets

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Why Northern Dynasty Minerals Stock Popped 13% Wednesday

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Draft Environmental Impact Statement is out! The DEIS is out! Hooray!It might seem strange to imagine so much excitement over the publication of a bit of paperwork. But you could still almost hear the cheers among...

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WGC-Mexico Championship Odds, TV Schedule, Tee Times: Will Phil be able to Defend His Title?

The PGA Tour season is moving along quite quickly and before you know it the first weekend of April will be here, and we’ll be watching The Masters. For now, though, we have arrived at the second World Golf Championship event of the four held...
Topics: Mexico

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Papa John's is adding a chicken-and-waffle pizza to the menu

 Papa John's is adding a Hot Honey Chicken and Waffles Pizza to the menu. The chicken-and-waffles pizza won a Twitter poll of what specialty pizza customers wanted to be able to order at Papa John's, with more than 70% of the...
Topics: Twitter, Social Media, Polls

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Young Blood Startup Ambrosia Halts Anti-Aging Treatments After FDA Warning

Until this week, Ambrosia charged $8,000 for a single liter of blood plasma from young donors.
Topics: Blood Donation, Startup, Food And Drug Administration

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Mysterious Glowing ‘Dragon’ Aurora Spotted Over Iceland

A bright green dragon emerging from a spectacular Aurora Borealis (or Northern Lights) display was captured in a photograph taken in Iceland. NASA shared the image as their Astronomy Picture of the Day […] The post Mysterious Glowing...
Topics: Aurora, NASA, Space

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Seven Handy Mac Tricks You Might Not Know

macOS, the operating system that runs on Apple's Macs, has tons of hidden shortcuts, keyboard commands, and features that have gone under the radar. In our latest video over on our YouTube channel, we dug deep into macOS and came up with a list of...
Topics: Apple, Tech Videos, Youtube

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The headphone jack lives!

Reports of the headphone jack’s death are greatly exaggerated. Or more accurately, premature. All of the latest versions of Samsung’s Galaxy phones are equipped with a 3.5mm port, bucking the trend set by Apple and followed by Google. While the...
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Apple, Google

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Amazon's investment in an electric truck company could spell doom for Tesla's dominance, a widely...

Rivian, an electric truck startup, announced last week that Amazon was leading a $700 million fundraising round Morgan Stanley says its the most significant event for electric vehicles since Tesla's 2010 IPO What's more, the bank's widely followed...
Topics: Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Tesla, Startup, Morgan Stanley, Initial Public Offering, Banking

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Advertisers Boycott YouTube After Pedophiles Swarm Comments on Videos of Children

Google said it had deleted the accounts and channels of people leaving the comments in question, but acknowledged “there’s more to be done.”
Topics: Entertainment Videos, Google

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