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Tesla drops prices in China after the government suspends tariffs

Tesla drops prices in China after the government suspends tariffs

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China will temporarily drop a retaliatory 25 percent tariff on imported US cars as the two countries try to work toward a resolution of the recent trade war, Chinese government officials announced on Friday. The government there had tacked that 25 percent tariff onto an existing 15 percent import tax earlier this year as part […]

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The best deals for your last minute holiday gift shopping

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Razer’s Raiju mobile controller is now available to order

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Razer’s Raiju mobile controller for Android phones, which was announced back in October along with the Razer Phone 2, is now available to order online for $150. The controller lets you dock most Android phones on a stand that can rotate up to 60 degrees and play mobile games with console-level controls. The mobile controller […]

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Mike Rayfield, General Manager of AMD’s RTG, to Resign by Year’s End

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Mike Rayfield, senior vice president and general manager of AMD’s Radeon Technologies Group, will leave the company by the end of the month to spend more time with his family. David Wang will head the business unit while the company is looking for a new GM for RTG, which is left without a formal leader […]

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Facebook is adding a web browser and Instant Games to Portal video chat devices

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A new update out today for Facebook’s Portal devices adds some much-needed features to the dedicated video chat screens. Now, both the smaller, standard Portal and the larger Portal+ version will be able to access the web through a custom-built browser. That opens up the devices to a proper version of YouTube and any number […]

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Facebook’s New York privacy pop-up was small, weird, and filled with sugar

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Facebook’s track record with privacy this year has been catastrophic. In March, the company announced that it had suspended political analytics company Cambridge Analytica for collecting and sharing the personal data of 50 million users without their consent; it later amended that number to be closer to 87 million users. After something that monumental, how […]

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Talking Snapdragon: An Interview with Cristano Amon, President of Qualcomm

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It has been difficult to move around in 2018 without bumping into someone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845-powered smartphone. The success the company has seen in capturing most of the Android market has been exciting for the executives and helped accelerate a large number of use cases and experiences for users. With 2019 fast looming, […]

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Elon Musk doesn’t respect the SEC, which is still investigating Tesla

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Last Sunday, 60 Minutes — which still exists, though in a much more diminished form than its investigative heyday — did a segment on Elon Musk and Tesla. It was a mostly benign overview of Tesla’s hard year, complete with a sit-down interview between Lesley Stahl and Musk. The part that caught my attention, and […]

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1More announces its first pair of true wireless earbuds, the ‘Stylish TWS’

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1More, maker of the excellent Triple and Quad Driver earphones, has announced its first pair of true wireless earbuds. The so-called Stylish TWS are a pair of $99 wireless earbuds that offer two and a half hours of playback from a single charge, and are supplied alongside a charging case that can recharge them twice […]

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Why we can’t stop debating whether Facebook sells data

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For some time now, the fact that Facebook doesn’t sell your personal data directly to advertisers has been a shield that company executives use to protect the company from criticism over its privacy policies. Unfortunately for Facebook, critics have tended to pick up this shield and beat the company with it. Michal Kosinski, an assistant […]

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