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Germany and Saudi Arabia are facing the same lurking disaster

REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach The global exporters' crisis is intensifying (read my free special report on Germany's inevitable crisis).<p>Germany's largest bank said it is deeply concerned about stagnation in the United States. Separately, Saudi Arabia's central bank gave $4 billion to the country's banks …

Saudi Arabia

3 officers killed, 3 others injured in 'ambush' in Baton Rouge

Six law enforcement officers were shot in Baton Rouge Sunday morning, and at least three are dead in what police called a "senseless" incident and President Barack Obama dubbed a "cowardly and reprehensible assault."<p>A Louisiana state police official said the gunman responsible died at the …

Law Enforcement

Pokémon Go makers call for calm as servers crash across Europe and US

App maker Niantic blames ‘incredible number of downloads’, but hacking group claims responsibility for server failure as game launches in Europe<p>Pokémon Go servers crashed across Europe and the US on Saturday, as global demand for the hit mobile app soared in its first weekend since being launched …

Pokémon
Health Care
Nikki Haley

American homeowners are having a 'sustained run of cheap borrowing'

Mortgage rates held near their 2016 low last week, averaging 3.42 percent for a 30-year, fixed-rate loan. That's up from 3.41 percent the week before. A year ago, rates averaged 4.09 percent, according to Freddie Mac's weekly survey.<p>Rates have held below 4 percent for 28 straight weeks and odds are …

Economics

NASA: Melting Ice Sheets Is Changing How the Earth Rotates

You've seen the panels. And now you know about solar's incredible potential. Which means you probably have some questions. So let's get to it.<p><b>How do</b> …

Clean Energy

Sony Says Their New Robots Will Form Emotional Bonds With Us

A dying battery has never been more devastating.<p>Sony has announced plans to develop a robot "capable of forming an emotional bond with …

Robotics

Chevrolet will cut pricing for its 4G LTE plan in half

Chevrolet announced that it will cut 4G LTE data plans for its vehicles in half, according to Mashable.<p>The company, which was the first automaker to introduce 4G LTE connectivity to every vehicle in its lineup, according to Mashable, now offers four data plans.<p>The drop in prices may increase the …

4G LTE

The top 17 startups to launch so far in 2016

Great businesses can be launched any time, even when there's a downturn in funding.<p>While the start of 2016 might have spelled trouble for some …

The Ozone Layer Hole Over Antarctica Is Healing

In the last 200 years, we human beings have inflicted staggering amounts of violence and destruction on our home planet. The prognosis seems grim. …

MIT
Autonomous Cars
Lloyds Banking Group

Ford GTs Storm Le Mans! 50 Years After Its Historic Win, Ford Goes Back To Do It Again

Sitting in the Ford VIP suite on the front stretch of Le Mans there’s no avoiding the nervous excitement hanging over a gathering of Ford executives, family members and enthusiastic owners. Exactly 50 years ago this week Ford shattered the European racing world while upending Ferrari’s dominance at …

Sports Cars

How Scientists Are Preparing for the First-Ever 'All-American' Eclipse

Preparations have already begun for what scientists are calling the Great American Eclipse of 2017. For the first time in American history, on August …

New molecular design to get hydrogen-powered cars motoring

A radical new process that allows hydrogen to be efficiently sourced from liquid formic acid could be one step forward in making the dream of …

University of Melbourne

World's Largest Radio Telescope Faces a Troubling Future

One of the world’s most iconic astronomy sites, Puerto Rico’s giant Arecibo Observatory, may be facing the end of its era. The National Science …

Telescopes

Huawei manager says it's making another Nexus device

It's now been seven months since Huawei began selling its first (very well made) Nexus smartphone and consumers are already looking at what Google has planned for its 2016 refresh. The search giant typically keeps its manufacturing partners close to its chest, so it's fallen on the Chinese company …

Android News
Oil & Gas Industry

Zuckerberg’s Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn accounts hacked

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been targeted by hackers who were yesterday able to briefly gain control of several of his social media accounts, some of which were defaced.<p>His Facebook account was not among the compromised profiles, although his Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn were, according …

Social Media

Surprisingly efficient snail brains could help make robots smarter

How snails think about eating could inform future robot decision-making designs. University of Sussex researchers have discovered that the creatures use just two brain cells for complex decisions: one cell told the snail if it was hungry, while another told it if food was near. Scientists attached …

Venture Capital

U.S. Navy bans booze in Japan

<b>(CNN) —</b> All U.S. Navy sailors in Japan are banned from drinking alcohol and restricted to base except for essential trips after several recent alcohol-related incidents which the Navy's 7th Fleet said are harming U.S.-Japan relations.<p>"Effective immediately, sailors are prohibited from drinking …

Military

This 75-year-old NASA legend has been working in secret for 10 years building a startup that wants to outdo Intel and Google

After leaving NASA, Goldin spent some time bouncing around and studying robotics before accepting a position as the president of Boston University in 2003. He never officially held the position, however, because the school terminated his contract a day before he was slated to start (though he still …

Artificial Intelligence
Oil
Immigration
Natural Gas
Rights & Freedoms