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Tesla Asks Suppliers for Cash Back to Help Turn a Profit2h Updated Tesla Asks Suppliers for Cash Back to Help Turn a Profit
Tesla has asked some suppliers to refund a portion of what the electric-car company has spent previously, an appeal that reflects the auto maker’s urgency to sustain operations during a critical production period.
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Full-fibre broadband pledge for new homes2h Updated Full-fibre broadband pledge for new homes
All of the UK will have full-fibre broadband coverage by 2033 under a new national telecoms strategy.
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Capturing CO2 from the air: Will it stop shortages?3h Capturing CO2 from the air: Will it stop shortages?
A Swiss technology company is aiming to help prevent repeats of this summer's Europe-wide CO2 shortage by capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air.
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Theranos Settles Investor Suit as Funds Run Low8h Updated Theranos Settles Investor Suit as Funds Run Low
Theranos, running on financial fumes, settled a suit filed by investors who had alleged they were defrauded by the blood-testing firm.
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WhatsApp to Limit Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India9h Updated WhatsApp to Limit Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India
Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service is making it harder for users to forward content after the spread of rumors on the app led to mob violence and the killing of more than 20 people in India.
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Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming10h Updated Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming
Publishers like DC and Dark Horse Comics are creating their own digital platforms to connect more directly with readers and encourage fan engagement.
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St. Louis Uber and Lyft Driver Secretly Live-Streamed Passengers, Report Says10h Updated St. Louis Uber and Lyft Driver Secretly Live-Streamed Passengers, Report Says
Jason Gargac, 32, told The St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he made $3,500 from the live streams, which many criticized as an invasion of privacy.
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China Targets Apple With Push Into Advanced Screens18h China Targets Apple With Push Into Advanced Screens
China’s campaign to become a global power in advanced manufacturing is playing out at a high-tech factory in Sichuan province, where BOE Technology Group is aiming to supply display screens for Apple’s top-tier iPhones.
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It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political19h Updated It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political
More people than ever are discussing periods in public, including a push for “menstrual equity” and an end to tampon taxes. We explain.
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What would you do if your teenager became an overnight Instagram sensation?26h What would you do if your teenager became an overnight Instagram sensation?
After photographs go viral, your child becomes a social-media influencer and a celebrity on Instagram. Should you step in? Parents reveal the contrasting conflicts of instant fame When Charlotte D’Alessio was 16 she accidentally became a social media influencer. The Canadian-born teen had recently moved from Toronto to Los Angeles with her family when, in the spring of her first year in LA, she attended the music festival Coachella with a few of her new mates. While at Coachella, Charlotte and her friend Josie changed outfits several times, taking a few pictures of themselves in bodysuits, bikini tops and jean shorts (the typical Coachella nouveau-boho uniform) and posted them on social media. So far so normal. But when the successful LA photographer Bryant Eslava took some photos of the girls and tagged them on his account, their images began to go viral. Soon the girls were seeing themselves everywhere, featured in roundups of the festival and in the “popular” galleries of Tumblr and Instagram. They were gaining hundreds and thousands of followers by the minute and being followed by strangers who’d comment “I found them!” and then tag their image to their followers in turn.
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Ancient food27h Ancient food
Many foods that are now commonplace were being prepared by our ancestors long before modern agriculture or industrialisation began On Monday,
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