• Taser Changes Name in Shift to Software, Services for Police
Taser Changes Name in Shift to Software, Services for Police

Along with body cameras, Axon is offering free supporting hardware , software, data storage and training for the first year. Police body cameras have provided visuals of some of the most intense officer-citizen interactions, often showing the moments when police choose to use force.

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  • Gael Clichy backs under-fire Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
Gael Clichy backs under-fire Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Theo Walcott covered a spell of Arsenal's stress to clamber house an equalizer 5 mins prior to the break - however they got on terms for just 2 mins prior to Sergio Aguero's effective goal placed City back ahead. Arsenal , yet to win an English Premier League (EPL) title since the 2003-04 season, are now languishing sixth in the standings. A...

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  • Nissan, Honda Car Sales Slump as Automakers Boost Incentives
Nissan, Honda Car Sales Slump as Automakers Boost Incentives

The company's plans for its ride-hailing and car-sharing vehicles remain unclear, but Ford may be creating its own new service to compete with the likes of Uber and Lyft. Tesla , Inc., formerly Tesla Motors, Inc (TSLA) soared 4.8% or $13.10 to $291.33 after the electric vehicles maker said total deliveries in the first-quarter surged 69% to 25,00...

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  • House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation
House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

President Donald Trump is expected to sign the order soon. The rule was passed a year ago by the United States regulator with a majority of Democrats appointed by former president Barack Obama, a scenario that has been reversed with the election of President Donald Trump.

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  • SpaceX conducts historic launch, landing with
SpaceX conducts historic launch, landing with "used" rocket

Elon Musk and SpaceX enjoyed a huge success this week when they successfully relaunched the first stage of a previously launched Falcon 9 rocket. Mr Musk has been contemplating on the reuse of rockets for some time; his optimism sees no bounds: "The cost of space travel could be reduced by a factor of a hundred", he once said in his own blog.

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  • EpiPens recalled nationwide due to potential defect
EpiPens recalled nationwide due to potential defect

Meridian Medical Technologies ., maker of Mylan's EpiPen injector, has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. The products affected would have been distributed to consumers between December 17, 2015, and July 1, 2016.

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  • Trump's tweet in a coal mine: Darcy cartoon
Trump's tweet in a coal mine: Darcy cartoon

The Executive Order is an effort to block just about all federal efforts to address climate change-something the Administration apparently doesn't want to highlight, perhaps because they know it would be politically unpopular. "We still uphold that all sides should move with the times, grasp the opportunities, fulfil their promises and earnes...

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  • Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US
Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US

Mylan said in a statement that the recall will expand to Europe, Asia and North and South America. The products involved in the recall are EpiPen auto-injectors with an expiry date of May 2017, and EpiPen Jr. If you have one of the devices Health Canada encourages people to contact their pharmacy. Adverse reactions or quality problems experie...

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  • United States stock indexes wavering between small gains and losses
United States stock indexes wavering between small gains and losses

The gains were driven by some favorable economic data like personal spending, crude oil inventory and home price. -The S&P 500 rose 0.3 percent to 2,368.07 at 4 p.m.in NY, to the highest level since March 20. Larger-than-expected drawdowns in USA petroleum-product stockpiles and gains in refinery activity raised expectations of stronger demand ...

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  • BlackBerry eyes wearables, tablet, appliances in software licensing expansion
BlackBerry eyes wearables, tablet, appliances in software licensing expansion

Analysts say that implies at least $180 million (U.S.) in software revenue in the fourth quarter ended February 28, which would constitute a break out from the $150 million to $170 million range BlackBerry has delivered over the last five quarters.

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  • Carl's Jr., Hardee's to Ditch 'Bikini Girl' Ads
Carl's Jr., Hardee's to Ditch 'Bikini Girl' Ads

Carl's Jr . made a name for itself with attention-grabbing marketing, including model Charlotte McKinney in a Super Bowl ad walking through a market in a bikini , Paris Hilton washing a auto while eating a burger, and Emily Ratajkowski fighting with Sara Underwood over space on a barbecue .

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  • Lululemon shares nosedive 17% because its spring leggings are boring
Lululemon shares nosedive 17% because its spring leggings are boring

Lululemon is taking responsibility for its miscues with its spring collection, but "a lot of questions need to be answered before we can gauge the viability of a sustainable recovery", analysts at SIG Susquehanna said in a note to clients Thursday.

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  • Amazon to Launch Grocery Pickup Stores in Seattle
Amazon to Launch Grocery Pickup Stores in Seattle

The pilot store, located in Amazon's downtown campus, is powered by technology that Amazon says is similar to that found in driverless vehicles. After all, the company expects big crowds when its headline-grabbing Amazon Go stores open to the public.

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  • Donald Trump attacks Paul Ryan with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro
Donald Trump attacks Paul Ryan with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro

In stopping the repeal of former president Barack Obama's proudest legacy - the Republican Party's professed priority for the last seven years - from even coming to a vote, the rebellious far-right wing out-rebelled Mr Trump, taking on and defeating the party establishment that it has always been at war with and which he now leads.

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  • European Commission clears DuPont-Dow merger
European Commission clears DuPont-Dow merger

On February 2, Dow announced an agreement with SK Global Chemical Co., LTD.to divest its global ethylene acrylic acid copolymers and ionomers business. "We've gotten unprecedented amounts of data requests" from officials, which surged after the Bayer-Monsanto deal was announced a year ago, he said.

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  • Here's why these famous landmarks are going dark on Saturday
Here's why these famous landmarks are going dark on Saturday

Port Moody and Port Coquitlam residents are encouraged to go dark tomorrow night for an hour, turning off all appliances, lights and even electronics to save energy. In a statement, Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the Filipinos' participation in the Earth Hour would help mitigate the effects of climate change in the country.

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  • Iowa unemployment hits lowest rate in since 2001
Iowa unemployment hits lowest rate in since 2001

But the industry has declined by 1,700 positions from a year earlier. South Carolina's unemployment rate was unchanged in February, holding steady even as the state's job gains appeared to hit a speed bump. The report says Nebraska nonfarm employment remained above 1 million last month. From February 2016 to February 2017, the total job base on...

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  • Greenback on the defensive, gold rises
Greenback on the defensive, gold rises

Investors should be able to better assess the future pace of rate hikes over the coming days, with Mr Evans and Mr Harker just two of nine Fed speakers this week, headlined by chair Janet Yellen on Thursday night. Neal Kashkari, who said he voted against the rate hike because inflation was still below the bank's 2% target. Gold dipped on Tuesday ...

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  • Dollar tumbles after Fed signals gradual hikes, Dutch election exit poll
Dollar tumbles after Fed signals gradual hikes, Dutch election exit poll

Whether we see a similar effect in France is yet to be seen. Benchmark Brent settled up 1.8 percent to $51.81 a barrel. With an immediate United States rate increase seen as a done deal, investors are focusing on what message the central bank will deliver when it concludes a two-day meeting on Wednesday.

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  • USA motorists hamper Opec's efforts to lift oil prices
USA motorists hamper Opec's efforts to lift oil prices

OPEC countries together account for around 60% of the supply of the crude oil traded internationally. Rig counts have recently ticked higher and with credit and earnings issues improving for some USA shale drillers, those companies may seize the opportunity to exploit higher pricing in the near-term.

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