Boeing's flying car has taken off

Chicago Business | 2019-01-23

The aerospace giant successfully tested a passenger drone prototype as its rivals, from Airbus to startups, race to build air taxis. Boeing's autonomous passenger air vehicle prototype in Manassas, Virginia. (Bloomberg)—A Boeing flying car designed to whisk passengers over congested city...

Xiaomi reveals fold-in-three smartphone

BBC News | 2019-01-23

A smartphone that transforms into a tablet by folding out two parts of its display bent behind...

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Deutsche Bank faces US Fed questions about Danske Bank

Business Day | 2019-01-23

FrankfurtDeutsche Bank said on Wednesday that it had received requests for information from regulators and law-enforcement agencies around the world that are investigating a money-laundering scheme involving Danske Bank. The statement came in response to a Bloomberg report that said the US...

Sony to move Europe HQ to Netherlands from UK because of Brexit

Yahoo Daily News | 2019-01-23

More Electronics giant Sony is moving its European headquarters from the UK to the Netherlands. In a statement to news agency AFP, it said that the move was to avoid disruptions caused by Brexit. However, it said that it won’t shift people and operations from the existing UK unit. The...

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Thousands Of Venezuelans Join Opposition-Led Protests To Remove Maduro From Power

WorldNews.com | 2019-01-23

Four people were already dead in overnight clashes as hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets on Wednesday morning in an attempt to remove President Nicolas Maduro from power in Caracas and other cities across the Latin American country, according to The Washington Post. National...

Here's why you should eat more almonds

Hindustan Times | 2019-01-23

Highly nutritious and rich in healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, almonds can be a healthy option for some intermittent snacking. fitness Updated: Jan 23, 2019 10:21 IST Asian News International Asian News International When one plans to stay fit and healthy, deciding upon the meal...

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Cryptocurrency Daily News Bulletin: January 23, 2019

WorldNews.com | 2019-01-23

General News ATOM Group, a Hong Kong-based fintech firm, has announced they will be using the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) Millennium Exchange matching engine to power AAX, their new crypto exchange. AAX is scheduled to be launched in the first half of this year and will be the first crypto...

Bitcoin Should Look Away From PoW says BIS Report

BTC Manager | 2019-01-23

The Bank for International Settlements has suggested that the Bitcoin Network discontinue using Proof-of-Work (PoW) because it is expensive and once block rewards from mining bitcoin decrease, the network will slow down, this according to a BIS report published January 21, 2019. There has always...

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Nadal into 30th Slam semifinal; ends Tiafoe’s Melbourne run

Rafael Nadal is back to feeling healthy. Probably not a coincidence that he's back in the Australian Open semifinals. Playing his familiar brand of court-covering, ball-bashing,...

Djokovic passes Medvedev test to make Melbourne last-eight

The Himalayan | 2019-01-21

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic reacts during the match against Russia’s Daniil Medvedev. MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic struck back for the old guard at the...

David Beckham buys stake in Salford City

Belfast Telegraph | 2019-01-23

David Beckham has joined his Manchester UnitedClass of 92’ team-mates by taking a stake in non-league side Salford City. The 43-year-old follows Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and Phil Neville in taking a 10 per cent share in the Vanarama National League promotion hopefuls....

South Korea human rights body to investigate abuse in sports

Federal News Radio | 2019-01-23

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s human rights commission plans to interview thousands of adult and child athletes about a culture of abuse in sports after a wave of female athletes came forward to say they had been raped or assaulted by their coaches. The yearlong investigation will...

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Canadian ambassador: Huawei exec could avoid US extradition

Federal News Radio | 2019-01-23

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s ambassador to China says a top Chinese executive has a strong case to avoid extradition to the United States. Ambassador John...

French minister dismisses Italian insult as 'insignificant'

The Oklahoman | 2019-01-23

Advertisement PARIS (AP) — France's European affairs minister has dismissed insulting remarks about the French president made by the Italian interior minister,...

Lithuanian women not given chance to actively participate in decision-making process: president

Xinhua | 2019-01-23

VILNIUS, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- There are a lot of competent women in Lithuania who can hold offices of ministers or other important positions, however, women in...

Britain must pay EU bill even in 'no deal': Barnier

The Times of India | 2019-01-23

BRUSSELS: The British government will face a multibillion euro divorce settlement with the European Union even if it leaves the bloc without a deal, Brussels...

EU calls for tougher checks on golden visa applicants

The Oklahoman | 2019-01-23

Advertisement BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is warning countries running lucrative schemes granting passports and visas to rich foreigners to toughen...

Greek lawmakers debate Macedonia name deal ahead of vote

The Telegraph Macon | 2019-01-23

Greek lawmakers are debating a historic agreement aimed at normalizing relations with Macedonia in a stormy parliamentary session scheduled to culminate in a...

Thailand to hold first general election since coup on March 24

DNA India | 2019-01-23

Thailand will hold a general election to restore civilian rule on March 24, the election commission said on Wednesday, announcing a new date for the often...

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Orlando Sentinel | 2019-01-23

Talking a good game about higher education isn't enough | Editorial

We hear a lot of talk in Florida about higher education and how important it is to the state’s...

Orlando Sentinel | 2019-01-23

Misogyny is still alive in advertising | Commentary

As an adult male, I am both appalled and very disappointed by numerous commercial ads on television...

The Boston Globe | 2019-01-23

So, how does Brady top himself in Atlanta?

Brady's laundry list of miraculous postseason performances only seems to grow and grow. ......

Al Jazeera | 2019-01-23

Only Turkey can protect US interests in Syria

Recent attacks on US troops in Syria demonstrate the YPG is either unable or unwilling to thwart the...