Google finds security flaws in Apple's web browser: Report

Deccan Herald | 2020-01-23

Google researchers have found multiple security flaws in Apple Inc's Safari web browser that allowed the tracking of users' browsing behaviour, the Financial Times...

Apple to start production of more affordable iPhone next month

Shacknews | 2020-01-22

According to sources, Apple is looking to reach buyers searching for an affordable phone and will be going into production on a lower cost iPhone in February 2020. ......

Trump weakened environmental laws after BP lobbying

The Guardian | 2020-01-23

Letter suggests oil firm pushed for changes whereby fewer projects would need impact assessments BP has successfully lobbied US policymakers to weaken a landmark environmental law, clearing the way for major infrastructure projects to bypass checks. US government documents show BP America lobbied in...

Japan has second straight year of red ink on trade last year

Wtop | 2020-01-23

TOKYO (AP) — Japan logged a deficit for a second straight year last year as its exports were hurt by a slowdown of demand in China amid a tariff war with the U.S. Government data released Thursday showed Japan’s exports fell 5.6% in 2019, to 76.9 trillion yen ($701.6 billion), while imports...

Duterte signs hiked sin tax law

Journal Online | 2020-01-23

Rodrigo Roa Duterte PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law increasing excise taxes on alcohol, heated tobacco and vapor products as the government aims to raise additional revenues to fund the Universal Health Care program....

Cycling or swimming, walking or yoga: What is the best exercise for you?

The Irish Times | 2020-01-23

What is the best exercise for you? Another January, another promise to yourself that this year you’re really really going to get fit. But time is always tight, and there are so many fitness fads out there: from hot yoga to high intensity interval training, what is best for you? January is Health...

Harriet Dart defeat leaves no British singles players left in Australian Open

AOL | 2020-01-23

British singles interest in the Australian Open ended as Harriet Dart suffered a battling defeat to Wimbledon champion Simona Halep in the second round. Dart was making her second appearance on Rod Laver Arena in as many years having failed to win a game against Maria Sharapova in the first round 12...

Coppa Italia: Juventus 3-1 AS Roma

Press TV | 2020-01-23

Juventus have cruised to the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia with their star Cristiano Ronaldo continuing his scoring streak in...

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‘I received an invitation to the US. Will I go? No,’ Philippine’s Duterte tells RT

Russia Today | 2020-01-23

Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte told RT in an exclusive interview that he has no plans to visit the US for the ASEAN summit, having already snubbed one...

Republicans solidly behind Trump even as Dems make case for removal from office

The Times of India | 2020-01-23

WASHINGTON: Using self-incriminating video clips of US President Donald Trump seeking foreign meddling among other evidence, Democratic...

After Wuhan, Chinese city of Huanggang placed on lockdown over coronavirus fears

Deccan Herald | 2020-01-23

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Hillary Clinton is done trying to be liked | Moira Donegan

The Guardian | 2020-01-23

These days, her statements are unvarnished and resentful. To the voters who hate her, she seems comfortable letting them know that she hates them, too In the...

Japan prosecutors hit back at Ghosn's '8 hours of questions' claim

Deccan Herald | 2020-01-23

Japanese prosecutors hit back Thursday at claims made by fugitive former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn that he was interrogated for "up to eight hours per day"...

Israeli president tells Charles he still expects a visit from the Queen

AOL | 2020-01-23

The Prince of Wales began a historic two-day visit to the Middle East by holding talks with Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin, who told him “we still...

Hezbollah will find the urgent Lebanese priorities are clashing with its regional loyalties

The National | 2020-01-23

In discussing the popular protests in Lebanon, many people have tended to focus on internal dynamics and public disgust with the political class. That is...

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Alternet | 2020-01-23

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