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On May 22 a year ago, a terrorist detonated an explosive device as fans were leaving Grande's concert at the Manchester Arena , killing 22 innocent people and injuring more than 500. "We are showing Manchester and the world that we carry on", said Cath Day of the Manchester Survivors Choir. Britain's Prince William , attends The Manchester Arena National Service of Commemoration at Manchester Cathedral in central Manchester, May 22, 2018 .
  • Trump says he wants the Commerce Department to lift ZTE's export ban

    Trump says he wants the Commerce Department to lift ZTE's export ban

    Economy

    United States commentators say the tone of the tweet is a dramatic shift for Mr Trump, who has consistently accused China of stealing U.S. jobs. It's surprising to see this action confirmed by the President, and such concern over Chinese jobs given that the US Department of Commerce is ostensibly protecting US interests in enforcing its technology export sanctions.
  • Walmart to open 50 new stores in India

    Walmart to open 50 new stores in India

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    This brings an end to the era of Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal in Flipkart. Although many sellers that TechCircle spoke to are excited about the global market opportunities and sourcing afforded by the Walmart deal, some are equally wary of the United States retailer's global strategy to rebrand and sell white-label products, and to aggressively supply its own private labels.
  • Uber Teams Up With US Army to Create Flying Taxis

    Uber Teams Up With US Army to Create Flying Taxis

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    The announcement of NASA's involvement occurred at Uber's latest Elevate summit , where Uber revealed concept images of what their flying vehicles could look like. One was an all-electric multi-rotor aircraft that uses stacked rotors to lift off vertically, but it can travel at more than 186 miles per hour because of its airplane-like body.
  • Rihanna Unveils Her Savage X Fenty Lingerie Line!

    Rihanna Unveils Her Savage X Fenty Lingerie Line!

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    Rihanna wowed onlookers with a hologram version of herself at the launch party of her hotly-anticipated lingerie collection. It includes more risqué lingerie, including cup-less bodysuits, half-cut bras, and open-back bikini bottoms. Higher priced items, such as corsets, rompers, jumpsuits, and robes, still all come in under $100, ranging from $69 to $99. You can take risks with lingerie.
  • Boston Dynamics' four-legged robot can find its way around an office

    Boston Dynamics' four-legged robot can find its way around an office

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    Yes, you can say that about most displays of Boston Dynamics robots, but this one even more so. The robot is able to move around on rough terrain and jump over objects using stereo vision, range sensing and other sensors. This clip of the SpotMini robot running around the office showcases just how well this quadruped robot can navigate even the trickiest of scenarios.
  • Symantec shares lose one third of value overnight

    Symantec shares lose one third of value overnight

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    The firm has "Hold" rating by Stephens given on Thursday, February 1. Among 34 analysts covering Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC), 7 have Buy rating, 3 Sell and 24 Hold. Shares for $110,880 were sold by Vautrinot Suzanne M on Friday, March 9. The disclosure for this sale can be found here. A stock that has a beta score higher than 1 means that volatility is high, while less than 1 means that volatility is low.
  • Sites Named for Test Program For Unmanned Aircraft

    Sites Named for Test Program For Unmanned Aircraft

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    A who's who of technology and aviation companies won USA approval to push the edge of the envelope in drone flights, from testing people's tolerance for delivery devices hovering over their rooftops to ensuring farmers' drones won't hit crop dusters.
  • Skechers sues Adidas over basketball player competition

    Skechers sues Adidas over basketball player competition

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    Because of this, Skechers filed a lawsuit stating the company was put at a disadvantage in getting athletes to wear their shoes because Adidas had secretly been making deals with athletes at big schools such as NC State and Kansas . However, through its lawsuit, Skechers alleges that Adidas may be guilty of more misconduct. So far, an Adidas spokesperson has called Skechers' complaint "frivolous and nonsensical".
  • Shell profit jumps on high energy prices

    Shell profit jumps on high energy prices

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    Its London-listed B shares fell 2pc in morning trade at £25.36 as investors reacted to its lower-than-expected cash flow from operations of $9.4bn, down around 1pc from a year ago. Analyst Watch: Analysts have assigned their consensus opinion on this stock with rating of 3.2 on scale of 1 to 5. Market capitalization used by the investment community in ranking the size of companies, as against to sales or total asset figures.
  • To-Denver Delta flight fills with smoke upon landing

    To-Denver Delta flight fills with smoke upon landing

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    An airport spokesperson said there may have been minor injuries due to the evacuation on emergency slides. "Thank goodness for the passengers who take care of things", passenger Rachel Naftel wrote on Twitter. Pictures from passengers showed them standing near the plane along with emergency equipment. Passengers posted photos of the evaluation to Twitter.