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Acer Presents New Products in Berlin

The tech giant unveiled a bevy of laptops, including the world’s lightest 15-inch laptop and a metal-clad budget Chromebook. However, that was really just the start. It also launched a uniquely detachable mixed reality headset, and even a gaming cockpit that’s practically a throne. It’s a lot to take in, but don’t worry — we’ve condensed …

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Nestlé closes $7.15B deal to sell Starbucks products

Starbucks will shift 500 employees to Nestlé as part of a $7.15 billion deal that grants the Swiss company perpetual rights to sell the coffee giant’s products. Nespresso maker Nestle said it has sealed a deal to market the products of US coffee giant Starbucks around the world, outside of its cafes. …

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HUAWEI P20 Pro – Easy, High-Quality Photos

The Smartphones market is constantly being updated with renewed models boasting increased processors and RAM, better cameras and screen resolution, or more item resources. Besides the cost of the device, data is the main driving force in the mobile world market. HUAWEI has already proved that it is an advanced …

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HUAWEI P20 Pro World Renowned Champion for High Quality Photos

Today, almost everyone owns a smartphone. Many people do not even understand their phone’s potential as producers try to create powerful mobile data- the smartphone market sees new models almost every day, with more powerful processors, increased RAM, better cameras and screen resolution. According to expert estimates, this tendency has …

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HUAWEI: A Leading Brand in the Smartphone World

HUAWEI has already proved that it is a strong and advanced brand that is innovative. In cooperation with Leica, smartphone has developed further, having 3x optical and 5x hybrid zoom with high tech features. The HUAWEI P20 Pro is the only innovative smartphone with three cameras. The HUAWEI P20 Pro …

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Toyota to Invest 500 Million USD in Uber Driverless Car Deal

Japanese car producer  Toyota is to invest $500m (£387m) in Uber and expand a partnership to jointly develop self-driving cars. The firm said this would involve the “mass-production” of autonomous vehicles that would be deployed on Uber’s ride sharing network, BBC reports. It is being viewed as a way for …

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World Banks Issues First Blockchain Bond Raising a $100 Million

The World Bank launched bond-i (blockchain operated new debt instrument), the world’s first bond to be created, allocated, transferred and managed through its life cycle using distributed ledger technology. The two-year bond raised A$110 million, marking the first time that investors have supported the World Bank’s development activities in a …

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Ukraine Marks Independence Day

Independence Day of Ukraine is celebrated annually on August 24 to commemorate the Declaration of Independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. It is a day for remembering the country’s heroes who fought and died to gain their country’s sovereignty. Among the usual activities held to mark the day are parades, concerts, …

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Reuters Says After Trump Attack on Russia ties, Merkel Eyes Azeri Gas

“Castigated by U.S. President Donald Trump as relying too much on Russian gas supplies, German Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to Azerbaijan this week to discuss the development of a southern pipeline to deliver gas to Europe from the Caspian,” Reuters reports. The visit underscores Merkel’s openness to finding alternative sources …

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Pepsi Buys Sodastream for 3.2 Billion

PepsiCo (PEP) is buying one of the world’s top sparkling water brands, SodaStream (SODA), for $3.2 billion.  The move — which was unanimously approved by the boards of both companies — will boost Pepsi’s efforts to shift from its traditional soft drinks business into healthier options. SodaStream’s products are marketed …

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The Vapor Revolution: How Bottom-Up Innovation Is Saving Lives

Given time and further innovation, vaping has the potential to continue dramatically to reduce both the number of people who smoke and the number of cigarettes smoked by those who choose to continue to smoke. After the discovery that smokers tend to die early from various diseases, including lung cancer …

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Scientific evidence grows for e-cigarettes as quit-smoking aids

Electronic cigarettes may have helped about 18,000 people in England to give up smoking last year and there is no evidence of any serious side effects associated with their use for up to two years – according to new studies published, writes Reuters. On 13 September, Researchers at University College …

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