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Facebook abandons the task of building its own Internet drones

Facebook announced today that it is no longer pursuing its plan to develop its own high-flying Internet access drones, an initiative launched under the Aquila project, launched four years ago. The message was hidden in a blog post titled "High-Level Connectivity: The Next Chapter," written by Yael Maguire, a director of technology at Facebook. Originally, Aquila was Facebook's brave stratosphere …

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Child fires gun at Ikea after the gun drops in couch cushions

It is a common truth that few of our possessions are immune to the magnetic attraction of sofa cushions. In an Ikea in Indiana, this reality could have led to a tragedy on Monday when a buyer's handgun slipped on a couch found by a 6-year-old kid who triggered it. Luckily nobody was hurt. Ikea confirmed in a statement that …

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#PermitPatty steps down as CEO of the tincture company in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO – Alison Ettel, the San Francisco woman known as "Permit Patty" for allegedly calling an eight-year-old girl selling water outside of AT & T Park, is the CEO of Treatwell Health resigned, a company selling cannabis products for both humans and animals "A terrible mistake was made affecting a young girl and her family," said Treatwell spokesperson Cynthia …

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The culture is behind GE's rapid exit from the Baker Hughes stake

FILE PHOTO: Logo of General Electric Co. is featured in the Global Operations Center at San Pedro Garza García Thomson Reuters By Liz Hampton HOUSTON (Reuters) – When General Electric Co bought oil field service giant Baker Hughes in July last year, a global industrial giant with annual revenues of $ 22 billion was created. GE promised to digitize the …

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The Tesla Model S battery was re-ignited twice after the crash, reports NTSB

According to a recent report by federal researchers, a Tesla battery caught fire twice after being involved in an accident. However, given the volatility of lithium-ion batteries, it should not have been surprising. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) today released a preliminary report on a Tesla Model S that crashed in Florida, killing two people and injuring someone. The …

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Spirit Airlines: The Melting of the Woman Causes Passengers to Be Shaken

A woman was escorted from a Houston-based Spirit Airlines aircraft after embarking on a Minneapolis flight into a profane public meltdown. One hour past eight o'clock, the plane moved to Rochester, Minn. after a separate passenger needed medical help. As the escorts on board waited for paramedics to arrive, a woman who had not yet been identified became increasingly outraged. …

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Facebook accepts cryptocurrency ads again

26th June 2018 18:18 ET Cryptocurrency peddlers are later left behind in valuable social media ad spaces Facebook Inc. FB 1.35% facilitated a complete ban on ads from the industry. The technology company banned a blanket ban on such ads in January after the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies led to a proliferation of new cryptocurrency products – some …

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Almost naked passenger jumped from airplane on asphalt at Atlanta airport

A passenger was arrested after jumping in an underwear from an airplane on the asphalt. (Garth Magness) A passenger jumped from a plane on the tarmac at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, airport officials confirmed. The Passenger Wore Only His Underwear ACTIVIST GROUP MAKES THE-IN & # 39; -PROTEST AT WALT DISNEY WORLD According to a tweet from …

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