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apple’s 4q, change in iphone sales disclosure jar investors

Apple’s faithful customers aren’t snapping up iPhones quite as enthusiastically as anticipated heading into the crucial holiday shopping season. But the latest models costing $1,000 and more are popular enough to keep propelling profits ever higher for the world’s most prosperous company. The mixed bag emerged in the quarterly results Apple released amid jitters about how the company and the rest of the technology industry will fare in the face of myriad threats to growth. Those include increased government regulation, the escalating U.S. trade war with China and the specter of rising interest rates crimping economic growth. Apple’s performance for the July-through-September period and its revenue outlook for holiday season evidently weren’t enough to ease investors’ concerns. The Cupertino, California, company rattled Wall Street even more by unexpectedly announcing that it will no longer…

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how ‘net neutrality’ became a hot-button issue

For a fundamentally nerdy subject, net neutrality is pushing a lot of political buttons. The latest salvo is over a California law that restores a ban on cable, wireless and other broadband providers from impeding people’s ability to use their favorite apps and services. The federal government had rescinded that ban, and the Trump administration is seeking to block California’s effort as an imposition on federal prerogatives. Though net neutrality started off more than a decade ago as an insight into how to make networks work most efficiently, it has taken on much larger social and political dimensions lately. The issue has emerged as an anti-monopoly rallying point and even a focus for “resistance” to the Trump administration. “Any time the cable companies and the Trump administration are on one side, it looks…

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top 10 apps

iOS FREE APPS #01 – Tomb of the Mask By Playgendary GmbH Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #02 – Go Fish! By Kwalee Ltd Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #03 – Hello Stars By SamShui Corporation Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #04 – Instagram By Instagram, Inc. Category: Photo & Video / Free Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #05 – Snapchat By Snap, Inc. Category: Photo & Video / Free Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #06 – Messenger By Facebook, Inc. Category: Social Networking / Free Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad,…

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uber wants to resume self-driving car tests on public roads

Nearly eight months after one of its autonomous test vehicles hit and killed an Arizona pedestrian, Uber wants to resume testing on public roads. The company has filed an application on with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to test in Pittsburgh, and it has issued a lengthy safety report pledging to put two human backup drivers in each vehicle and take a raft of other precautions to make the vehicles safe. Company officials acknowledge they have a long way to go to regain public trust after the March 18 crash in Tempe, Arizona, that killed Elaine Herzberg, 49, as she crossed a darkened road outside the lines of a crosswalk. Police said Uber’s backup driver in the autonomous Volvo SUV was streaming the television show “The Voice” on her phone and looking downward…

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cross talk: federal agencies clash on cellphone cancer risk

Two U.S. government agencies are giving conflicting interpretations of a safety study on cellphone radiation: One says it causes cancer in rats. The other says there’s no reason for people to worry. No new research was issued this week. Instead, the National Toxicology Program dialed up its concerns about a link to heart and brain cancer from a study of male rats that was made public last winter. The Food and Drug Administration, which oversees cellphone safety, disagreed with the upgraded warning. And “these findings should not be applied to human cellphone usage,” said Dr. Jeffrey Shuren, FDA’s chief of radiological health. What’s most important is what happens in humans, not rats, said Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society. “The incidence of brain tumors in human beings has been…

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movies & tv shows

Alpha This action adventure set in the last Ice Age picks up the story of a young man who awakes to find himself injured and his entire tribe wiped out. He teams up with a lone wolf and the pair must learn to navigate the harsh wild for themselves. FIVE FACTS: 1. The title character of the wolf is played by Chuck, a five year old Czechoslovakian Wolfdog. 2. The movie’s characters speak a fictional foreign language, with English subtitles. 3. Filming took place in Canada and Iceland. 4. The movie’s working title was The Solutrean. 5. It is the first solo film for director Albert Hughes, who normally directs with his brother Allen. The Incredibles 2 Pixar sequels are famously long-awaited, and The Incredibles 2 is no exception. In this follow-up to the 2004 classic family film, the…