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But he also acknowledged that global trade is not working for everyone and said income inequality is growing worldwide. "But, of course, the truth is President Trump and I agree that too many people have been left behind". Salesforce has announced that it will inject $2 billion to its Canadian scheme of things in the coming five years. The next round of talks over the trade pact in Mexico later this month have loomed over the visit, which also included stops in Chicago and San ...
  • Elon Musk Says SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Can Reach 'Pluto and Beyond'

    Elon Musk Says SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Can Reach 'Pluto and Beyond'

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    When Falcon Heavy lifts off, scheduled for 1:30 p.m. EST, it will be the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. Musk confirmed late Tuesday that a final burn by the Falcon Heavy's upper stage engine had successfully initiated a "trans-Mars injection" boosting the auto into an orbit around the sun stretching way beyond Mars .
  • Tesla vehicle sent to Mars takes wrong turn into deep space

    Tesla vehicle sent to Mars takes wrong turn into deep space

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    The Falcon Heavy has many functions, including its ability to bring cargo to the global space station. Shortly after the launch occurred and the Heavy and its boosters had safely and loudly touched back down to Earth, Musk posted a live feed from the Tesla , now floating out in space with an awesome view of the Earth.
  • Tesla's losses grow on Model 3 delays

    Tesla's losses grow on Model 3 delays

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    The company told analysts in a briefing call that it is set to make some capital investments towards the end of the year towards the next EV in the series, the Model Y. For example, he said, the company has almost completed an automated battery module assembly line which will speed production at its Nevada battery factory.
  • Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Goldman Sachs Group

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    It has outperformed by 21.15% the S&P500. Robert Pohly increased its stake in Amazon Com Inc ( AMZN ) by 1.38% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Shares of Amazon.com, Inc. As per Friday, August 28, the company rating was maintained by Cantor Fitzgerald. (NASDAQ:AMZN) on Friday, January 29 with "Buy" rating.
  • Stock On the Run: Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA)

    Stock On the Run: Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA)

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    About 19.31M shares traded. The Trade Desk, Inc.is a technology company. (NYSE:SPG) has declined 18.56% since February 9, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 8.31% the S&P500. White Pine Capital Ltd Com holds 7,510 shares or 0% of its portfolio. 121,708 are held by Smith Salley Assocs. Natixis holds 0.1% or 124,982 shares. Los Angeles Equity, California-based fund reported 120,833 shares.
  • Tesla Highlights Used-Car Sales Growth Amid Model 3 Production Delay

    Tesla Highlights Used-Car Sales Growth Amid Model 3 Production Delay

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    Production holdups for Tesla's Model 3 electric sedan are translating into delivery delays for many would-be owners, new reports indicate. It all starts with a couple of Russian astronauts enjoying some quiet time on the space station when the obnoxious Starman drives by in his Tesla Roadster , top down and music blasting from its speakers.
  • Tesla reports record $675.4mn loss in Q4

    Tesla reports record $675.4mn loss in Q4

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    Tesla investors continue to display patience, as well. Shares are down more than 2% in trading Thursday morning. Here are five key questions to ask as a way to gauge Tesla's prospects going into a decisive year. On the other hand, Johnson noted that cash balance came in $900 million higher than he expected - driven mainly by customer deposits for Model 3, the next-generation Roadster, and Tesla Semi, which shows strong demand.
  • SunTrust Banks Reiterates Buy Rating for Expedia (EXPE)

    SunTrust Banks Reiterates Buy Rating for Expedia (EXPE)

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    The institutional investor held 13,656 shares of the consumer services company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $1.97 million, down from 400,000 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Teacher Retirement System of Texas lifted its holdings in shares of Expedia by 1,169.4% in the 3rd quarter. (NASDAQ:FB) or 2,263 shares. Sands Capital Ltd Llc invested in 1.85 million shares.
  • Android Messages app could soon let users text from web

    Android Messages app could soon let users text from web

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    Google has some interesting features lined-up for its Android Messages application. Google Allo , Hangouts , Voice, and Android Messages are just a few of the messaging apps and services. RCS allows messaging apps to support the more "enhanced" features, like stickers and GIFs and location-sharing, that most users have come to expect from modern messaging apps.
  • Ram 1500 gets the Mopar treatment in Chicago

    Ram 1500 gets the Mopar treatment in Chicago

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    According to FCA, the new intake system, which will be available later in the year, "is compatible with all hood applications for the all-new Ram and works in concert with the Mopar performance cat-back exhaust, which is constructed from AL409 stainless steel and emits a deep exhaust note".
  • TinyBuild Games to Announce Six Games for Nintendo Switch Tomorrow

    TinyBuild Games to Announce Six Games for Nintendo Switch Tomorrow

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    Nintendo announced that starting in "early March", My Nintendo Gold Points will be getting a major new use. You can also still redeem your points for existing Wii U and Nintendo 3DS rewards. If you want some Nintendo Switch game ideas, check out the gallery below for a list of the releases you MUST buy. This applies to North America, Europe, and Japan.
  • Olympics: Uno plays down big win in figure skating team event

    Olympics: Uno plays down big win in figure skating team event

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    Veteran Canadian skater Patrick Chan, a two-time Olympic silver medallist, tumbled on his opening jump and struggled to retrieve his composure for the rest of the short programme. Timing and precision are key in an ice dancing routine. The German skated to "Wonderwall" by, wait for it, 1950s and 60s teen idol Paul Anka. With just five practices to get up to speed with coach Tony Granato and each other, the group chat and a website to study various systems were essential to bonding and ...
  • Newt on SpaceX Launch: 'Tremendous Step' for American Leadership in Space

    Newt on SpaceX Launch: 'Tremendous Step' for American Leadership in Space

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    Musk's Tesla electric vehicle and energy storage company lost $675.4m in the three months ending December 31, the company announced on Thursday, February 8, compared with a loss of $121m for the same period previous year. Of course, there was far more to the quarterly report than this important update on Model 3. But a second was also hidden on a tiny disk created to store data for billions of years.
  • Apple AirPod nearly blows up in man's ear

    Apple AirPod nearly blows up in man's ear

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    A man from Tampa, Florida, offers a story of smartphone accessories that might worry some. A man's AirPods exploded while he was at the gym YouTube/News Channel 8 A man's AirPods have exploded while he was at the gym. Attempts to reach Colon were unsuccessful. About Making Comments on our Site: Patently Apple reserves the right to post, dismiss or edit any comments.
  • Far out! NASA spacecraft sets record with photos

    Far out! NASA spacecraft sets record with photos

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    After New Horizons launched in 2006, it flung itself around Jupiter in 2007 to get a boost toward Pluto, where it arrived in summer 2015. These false-color images of two Kuiper Belt objects, 2012 HZ84 (left) and 2012 HE85 (right), helped give New Horizons' LORRI instrument the title of farthest-out working camera.
  • Google Pixel is at the center of a new class action complaint

    Google Pixel is at the center of a new class action complaint

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    Plaintiffs say that the handsets - released back in 2016 - had serious issues with the microphones, which meant the phones couldn't be used for calling, or for voice assistant functionality. Google's Pixel phones were the first of the company's handsets to be marketed as "Made by Google", in contrast to earlier "Nexus" phones that were openly designed by third-party firms.
  • Monster Hunter World Is Now the Fastest Selling Game in Capcom's History

    Monster Hunter World Is Now the Fastest Selling Game in Capcom's History

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    Unfortunately, though, those who didn't take on the quest for Horizon: Zero Dawn-themed Palico gear have missed their shot, as it recently expired. That makes Monster Hunter World the fastest selling Capcom game in its history. It also fixes a problem that made it so the 5 Million Celebration Item Pack was not claimable. Fixes regarding the decorations that were lost and the issues with selection of items has been taken care off.
  • Apple Adds Direct Access to News Sources to its TV App

    Apple Adds Direct Access to News Sources to its TV App

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    It features six different live streams - CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Cheddar, CNBC and Bloomberg. "Using apps on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad has become the primary way for so many of us to watch television", said Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, in a statement.
  • LG V30s with AI camera said to echo Apple strategy

    LG V30s with AI camera said to echo Apple strategy

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    In South Korea, it is expected to be available through all the three major mobile operators such as SK Telecom, LG Uplus and KT Corporation. Apparently, LG Lens will allow users to search and shop just by taking a photo of a product with the V30s camera.
  • Tesla aims to calm fears over Model 3 production

    Tesla aims to calm fears over Model 3 production

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    Starman is listening to David Bowie's " Space Oddity " as he cruises the solar system . Musk confirmed late Tuesday that a final burn by the Falcon Heavy's upper stage engine had successfully initiated a "trans-Mars injection" boosting the auto into an orbit around the sun stretching way beyond Mars .
  • SpaceX's New Rocket Blasts Off, Puts Sports Car in Space

    SpaceX's New Rocket Blasts Off, Puts Sports Car in Space

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    When asked in November whether that was still doable, the CEO paused for 12 seconds and then didn't directly answer. This still image taken from a SpaceX livestream video shows "Starman" sitting in SpaceX CEO Elon Musk's cherry red Tesla roadster after the Falcon Heavy rocket delivered it into orbit around the Earth on February 6, 2018 .
  • Apple confirms iPhone source code leak

    Apple confirms iPhone source code leak

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    The code leaked onto GitHub claims to be designed for iOS 9 but much of it is likely to be found in iOS 11 , making the leak potentially unsafe to Apple's mobile software. The implication from the company is that even if the very latest version of the source code leaked, it would still not be represent a security threat, and this was further reduced by the age of the code.
  • Huawei P20 Lite live images leaked, shows dual vertical cameras

    Huawei P20 Lite live images leaked, shows dual vertical cameras

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    The Huawei P20 Lite is expected to feature a metal and glass sandwich body with dimensions of 148x71x7.2 mm. Moving to the reports of the Huawei P11 Lite/ P20 Lite, a report by Spanish website ComputerHoy claims that the phone will have a dual camera setup instead of three rear sensors expected on the other two variants.
  • Specs: the critters wearing 3D glasses!

    Specs: the critters wearing 3D glasses!

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    However, the only known insect to have 3D vision or stereo vision is the praying mantis . According to the new study , the 3D vision in the praying mantis is unique. "Mantises only attack moving prey, so their 3D doesn't need to work in still images, " said behavioural ecologist Vivek Nityananda, one of the authors of the study.
  • Chrome will start marking all HTTP sites as not secure in July

    Chrome will start marking all HTTP sites as not secure in July

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    Google's efforts continue with Chrome 68 marking all HTTP sites as "Not secure", though the gray info icon remains for the time being. Because Chrome holds something like 56 per cent of the global browser market share across mobile and desktop platforms, Google's name-and-shame label is likely to be noticed by a great many Chrome users and by any websites those fans no longer visit due to security concerns.
  • Samsung chairman charged with tax evasion

    Samsung chairman charged with tax evasion

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    Industry watchers say the new allegations linked to the former president will likely deal a serious blow to the Korean tech behemoth, which has kept a low profile since its de facto leader Lee Jae-yong was released from prison on February 5.
  • Asteroid set to make rare close pass by Earth on Friday

    Asteroid set to make rare close pass by Earth on Friday

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    It was discovered by NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey on February 4 along with a second asteroid that measured somewhere between 15 and 30 metres. Asteroid 2018 CB will pass closely by Earth on February 9 at a distance of about 39,000 miles.
  • Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8

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    You will only have to connect a keyboard and a display to start using the phone as a computer. After the update, the quick panel will now show notification channels which will enable users to manage the notifications for each app and will also show the app icon at the bottom of the notification.
  • SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful rocket

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    For Musk and the space nerds, the successful launch is considered to be a milestone achievement for SpaceX , because - as Business Insider explains it - "the 230-foot-tall Falcon Heavy is created to be larger and cheaper than any rockets now being launched by the company's competitors thanks in part to its reusable boosters".
  • Apple's HomePod arrives in the UK

    Apple's HomePod arrives in the UK

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    We've got our hands on the Apple Music streaming speaker ahead of its public launch, and have been wasting no time running some of our favorite tracks through it to see how it holds up to alternatives like Sonos and Amazon's Echo . There are a huge number of affluent Apple devotees who just have to have the latest and greatest device from Apple , and within that group, there are 36 million subscribers to Apple Music.
  • SpaceX Successfully Launches the Falcon Heavy-And Elon Musk's Roadster

    SpaceX Successfully Launches the Falcon Heavy-And Elon Musk's Roadster

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    While the payload serves as a visually stunning stunt, the Falcon Heavy ship is on a mission to Mars , having taken off from Cape Canaveral on Tuesday. Musk would later confirm that it survived its trip through Earth's Van Allen radiation belt and was on its way to an orbit beyond that of Mars and into the asteroid belt.
  • Duke Realty Corporation (DRE)

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    About 2.12 million shares traded. This is not a recommendation to buy or sell Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE ). It has outperformed by 18.68% the S&P500. Principal Fincl Group Inc reported 0.26% of its portfolio in Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE). DRE has been the topic of several recent analyst reports.
  • Tesla Fourth-Quarter Earnings Beat, Maintains Model 3 Production Target

    Tesla Fourth-Quarter Earnings Beat, Maintains Model 3 Production Target

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    The company had recorded a loss of $121m for the same period previous year. The company reported total revenue of $3.29 billion for the quarter, up from $2.28 billion in the fourth quarter of 2016. "2018 will be a transformative year for Tesla , with a high level of operational scaling", CEO Elon Musk said in a press release . "If we can send a Roadster to the asteroid belt, we can probably solve the Model 3 problem", he said .
  • Facebook is testing a surprise new feature

    Facebook is testing a surprise new feature

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    Facebook Inc . is testing a button that would let users "downvote" other people's comments on public posts. "We are exploring a feature for people to give us feedback about comments on public page posts", the Silicon Valley company said in a statement.
  • Gameplay Video for Ninja Turtles In Injustice 2

    Gameplay Video for Ninja Turtles In Injustice 2

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    Try Twitch Prime FREE With Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial! And while this isn't the TMNT's world, they're going to make themselves right at home alongside some of the most iconic heroes and villains in comics. Each turtle has its own skin that's shared under one character, but they also each have their own moves and abilities. This nearly feels like a natural extension of the recent Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics.
  • Tesla posts £487 million Q4 loss but predicts profit in 2018

    Tesla posts £487 million Q4 loss but predicts profit in 2018

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    The Model 3 , priced starting at $35,000 (roughly Rs. 22.51 lakhs), is key to Tesla's effort to becoming a mass producer and reshaping the automotive market. "It's ironic since battery modules should be the thing we are best at", Musk told analysts. "If we can send a Roadster to the asteroid belt, we can probably solve the Model 3 problem", he said.
  • Pokémon Go Getting Rayquaza Raids, Increased Dragon Spawns, and New Raid Rotation

    Pokémon Go Getting Rayquaza Raids, Increased Dragon Spawns, and New Raid Rotation

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    During this four day event, Pokemon from the Hoenn region will take over all wild encounters, giving players a unique opportunity to quickly add to their Pokedex. My Hoenn Pokédex count now stands at 91 - here's hoping it can hit 100 over the weekend. The latest push, which shortly follows some controversial EX Raid updates , adds a new batch of Gen-3 monsters to hunt down.