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Verizon’s Visible launching Android beta this month

The millennial-targeting carrier is planning on spreading its $40 per month service from iPhones to Android devices this month. The post Verizon’s Visible launching Android beta this month appeared first on Pocketnow.
Topics: Verizon Communications Inc, Android, Mobile Technology

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After Price Increases, This Could Be Netflix's Next Growth Lever

In recent weeks, we've seen dominant video streamer Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) pull on two different growth levers: cutting out commissions it pays for new and returning customers on mobile platforms, and the biggest price increases the service has ever...
Topics: Netflix (NFLX), Business Videos, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Four dead Americans in Syria are a reminder that the US has no strategy there

ISIS took responsibility for a bombing attack in Syria that killed four Americans, the US military confirmed. The attack took place during a routine patrol today (Jan. 16) in the city of Manbij in northern Syria, near the border with Turkey. A...
Topics: Syria, Isis, Military, Turkey

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House Democrats demand Interior halt drilling work during shutdown

House Democrats said the Interior Department's decision to call furloughed employees back to work on offshore drilling efforts during the government shutdown appears to be illegal and demanded an end to the activity.The letter comes in response to...

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A New National Security Strategy for America

After the Cold War, what is the biggest threat to America? The debate between Obama and Romney famously bogged down over the question of whether Russia was our biggest geopolitical foe. While Obama slammed Romney’s answer as a Cold War relic,...
Topics: Debate, Barack Obama, Russia

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Watchdog: GSA ignored Constitution on Trump D.C. hotel lease

Lawyers for the General Services Administration chose to “ignore” the U.S. Constitution and other legal precedents when they allowed the Trump International Hotel to maintain its lease on the Old Post Office building even after Donald Trump...
Topics: Donald Trump

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: Latest iPad Pros $100 off, 5K iMacs from $1,699, Nomad Leather Folio iPhone...

9to5Toys now has a new app! Download it to stay up to date on the best gear and deals on the web. Plus don’t forget to check us out on Apple News and sign up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS...
Topics: Ipad, Tablets, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Social Media, Apple, Twitter, Facebook

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Correction: iPhone XS and XS Max Smart Battery Cases Have Larger Capacity Than Previous Versions

While reports today suggested that Apple's new Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have lower battery capacities than previous versions for iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 models, it turns out the new cases actually have larger capacities...
Topics: Iphone, IPhone Battery, Mobile Technology, Apple

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NASA educates Captain Kirk on weird blue light in Mars InSight photo - CNET

William Shatner from Star Trek asked the question on Twitter. Spoilers: it's not aliens.
Topics: NASA, Space, Mars, Science Photos, Twitter, Social Media

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Hotel dishwasher, a Christian, awarded $21 million in lawsuit over working Sundays

A former Miami hotel dishwasher was awarded a $21 million settlement in court after being made to work Sundays despite conflicts with her Catholic missionary work and eventually getting fired, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.Although the...
Topics: Lawsuits

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‘When Did It Become the FBI’s Job to Act as a Check and Balance to the President?’

I respond to David French’s reply to my FBI column from the other day here.
Topics: FBI

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For The First Time Ever, Wall Street Banks Top $100 Billion In Profit

One may not know it by looking at banker bonuses last year, but 2018 was a banner year if only for bank shareholders and upper management: this is the year when the 6 biggest banks generated (well) over $100 billion in profit. They can thank Trump's...
Topics: Banking, Taxes

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Ex-Marine Held in Russia on Spying Charge Gets Prison Visit 

The brother of a former U.S. Marine with multiple citizenships says Irish government representatives have visited Paul Whelan at the Russian prison where he is being held on an espionage charge. David Whelan said in a Wednesday statement that...
Topics: Russia

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British PM narrowly survives no-confidence vote after her Brexit plan is rejected

The slow-moving political crisis that is Brexit — the voter-approved move for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union — has hit even more bumps in the last couple days. If you stopped paying attention sometime in the...
Topics: United Kingdom

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Honor View 20 hands-on: The welcome future of notches [Video]

We can’t blame Apple for the notch trend, especially when the fantastic-yet-ultimately flawed Essential PH-1 had the display nodule before the Cupertino tech giant tampered with its own displays. The Honor View 20, though, is one of a coming...
Topics: Tech Videos, Apple

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Zimbabwe NGOs, Opposition Accuse Security Forces of Brutalizing Protesters 

Protests in Zimbabwe over a fuel price hike entered the third and final planned day Wednesday, with police arresting a pastor accused of inciting violence via social media. NGOs and opposition parties are accusing the police and army of assaulting...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Protests, Police, Social Media

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Social Media’s Weird Future

Listen to If Then by clicking the arrow on the audio player below, or get the show via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. 
Topics: Social Media, Apple, Podcasts, Spotify, Google

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American killed in Nairobi attack survived 9/11

A terror attack in Nairobi has claimed the lives of at least 21 people, including an American. Family remembered Jason Spindler as a 9/11 survivor who left his Wall Street career to join the Peace Corps and then help small businesses in developing...

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Academic BDS Should Be Directed Against Turkey and the Palestinians, Not Israel

Academic boycotts, rightly understood and employed, are an effective means of isolating and stigmatizing universities and other institutions that support authoritarian regimes (like Erdogan's Turkey) or provide a platform for spreading pro-terrorist
Topics: Turkey, Israel, Tayyip Erdogan, Terrorism

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Bank of America Corp (BAC) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

Image source: The Motley Fool.Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC)Q4 2018 Earnings Conference CallJan. 16, 2019, 8:00 a.m. ETOperatorContinue reading
Topics: Bank Of America, Banking, US Equity Markets

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Why Nordstrom Stock Was Sinking Today

Shares of Nordstrom (NYSE: JWN) were sliding after the high-end department store chain joined its peers by reporting disappointing holiday sales. After stocks like Macy's (NYSE: M) and Kohl's (NYSE: KSS) fell last week on weak reports,...
Topics: US Equity Markets

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El Chapo trial: Former Mexican president accused of corruption

Former cartel member Alex Cifuentes told the court in the El Chapo trial that former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted a bribe from the drug kingpin himself. Peña Nieto denies the accusation. Cifuentes also claimed the Mexican army...

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A Rare Kind of Black Hole May Be Wandering Around Our Milky Way

Scientists think that they've spotted a rare, Jupiter-size black hole casually strolling through the Milky Way galaxy.
Topics: Black Holes, Milky Way, Space, Jupiter, Galaxies

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Dark Matter Behaves Differently in Dying Galaxies

Astronomers barely know anything about dark matter, but now they know this: It behaves differently in old, dying galaxies than in new, star-forming ones.
Topics: Space

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How to Set Ethernet or Wi-Fi as the Default on a Mac

Modern Mac users have multiple ways to connect to a network or the Internet, including Wi-Fi and Ethernet. If you’re not careful, though, you might not be using the connection you think you are. But fear not, we’re here to help. Apple...
Topics: Apple

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Researchers explore benefits of immersive technology for soldiers

The emergence of next generation virtual and augmented reality devices like the Oculus Rift and Microsoft HoloLens has increased interest in using mixed reality to simulate training, enhance command and control, and improve the effectiveness of...
Topics: Microsoft

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WTF! Woman Caught With 24 Gerbils Hidden Under Her Skirt At Taiwanese Customs Checkpoint

Source: jane burton / Getty A Taiwanese woman was returning from a visit to China on Friday when she was stopped and searched by customs officials who made a wiiild discovery. The 60-year old woman was attempting to smuggle 24 gerbils into the...
Topics: WTF, China

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Update: Honduran Caravan Leader Sentenced to 15 Years For CHILD RAPE

The organizer of the latest migrant caravan in Honduras, Juan Carlos Molina, was arrested on rape charges. The man had an arrest warrant since August 2015. It gets worse… Police in Honduras arrested 26-year-old Juan Carlos Molina, a migrant...
Topics: Honduras, Police

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Facebook to roll out protections for political ads at the end of June

Facebook is rolling out protections for political ads by the end of June 2019, ahead of upcoming elections.In a January 16th, 2019 Facebook blog post, the social media giant said protections will be particularly rolling out first in Nigeria,...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Nigeria, Ukraine, India

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Nokia 9 PureView price tag, Apple’s poor sales explained? | Pocketnow Daily

Also on our show, a new iPod Touch could bring the end of the Lightning era, OPPO zooms in quite close and Netflix bumps up prices again. The post Nokia 9 PureView price tag, Apple’s poor sales explained? | Pocketnow Daily appeared first on...
Topics: Nokia, Mobile Technology, Apple, IPod Touch, Netflix

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