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Yahoo believed to be first United States internet firm to scan all emails

In a statement, Google said: "We've never received such a request, but if we did, our response would be simple: "No way" ". Though it says the "mail scanning " software reported by Reuters yesterday doesn't exist on its system, some have questioned whether it did in the past, and if so, how long it was in operation. Read More »

Twitter Surges After Report That It May Be On the Block

Alphabet, Salesforce, and Twitter all failed to immediately respond to our requests for comment. There has been no official comment from Twitter , Google or any other alleged interested parties so far. The company has struggled to keep up in the face of fierce competition from rival social media platforms such as Snapchat and Instagram. The problems led to founder Jack Dorsey returning to the company past year as CEO. Read More »

Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for USA intelligence

It is the belief of many security experts that this is the first time in which a United States internet company has agreed to a request from an intelligence agency to provide it with access to its users' emails. A Google spokesperson said that the company never received any such request and if it had, it would have responded 'no way.' Microsoft also released a similar statement. Read More »

Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers live on Sky Sports 1


But the latest victory clearly was satisfying to Fisher because it came at the expense of the rival Cardinals , last season's NFC West champions. Backup Drew Stanton (Michigan State) will make the 13th start of his 10-year National Football League career, but first since 2014. Read More »

World finance leaders seek to address anti-trade backlash


Joshua Mahony, Market Analyst, IG discusses his outlook for European banks and why Deutsche Bank is no Lehman Brothers. The IMF chief said that in many advanced economies , demand is low with the post-crisis recovery being uneven across countries, and output gaps are still negative. Read More »

Ted Cruz Now Making Phone Calls on Behalf of Donald Trump


Cruz said he prayed and spoke with members of his family before deciding to endorse Trump last week. Only Cruz really knows why he changed trajectories other than a rejection of Hillary Clinton. "If Trump is president, Cruz will be a more effective senator because of this endorsement he's making", King says in an interview. February 2, 2016: Cruz wins the Iowa Republican caucus and calls his win "a victory for the grassroots" in his election night speech, but does not mention Trump. Read More »

This isn't the first time Google has launched an expensive phone

It is 30% lighter than similar devices and is created to fit over eyeglasses. The phone and headset have an auto-alignment system so you don't have to worry about cables or connectors. Among various capabilities, we would highlight the built-in voice-enabled Google Assistant and unlimited Google . Immersive stories from some of Googles partners including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and J.K.Rowlings Wizarding World of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them". Read More »

Google's new lineup of phones and gadgets


Google's previous attempts at hardware have had limited distribution and included such high-profile flops as its internet-connected Glass headgear. In terms of cases, some third party retailers like Otterbox have already announced their accessories lineup for the Pixel , but Google will manufacture Live Cases for the Pixel , much like they did for the Nexus. Read More »

Holiday sales expected to be up 3.6 percent


The National Retail Federation projects non-store holiday sales will increase up to 10%, while Deloitte says e-commerce could grow 19% compared with previous year. The unemployment rate is 4.9 percent, lower than the 5.1 percent rate a year ago. The forecast is based on an economic model that takes into account such indicators as consumer credit, disposable personal income and monthly retail sales. Read More »

Gold drops below $1 300 an ounce to lowest since Brexit vote


Gold slumped 43 U.S. dollars, or 3.3%, to 1,269.70 United States dollars an ounce. The company owns Mr. In other metals trading, silver fell 1.09 U.S. A weaker pound makes the products and services of FTSE-listed multinationals cheaper overseas, boosting earnings. Its shares have been rising recently on a news report on Friday that a lower fine was in the offing. Read More »

Jury told Georgia dad sought 'escape' in son's hot car death

According to CNN's report, Harris, who was 33 at the time, left his house, drove to a Chick-fil-A, then drove directly to work, allegedly failing to drop his son off at daycare on the way. Additionally, countering a statement made by Cobb County Police Detective Phil Stoddard and Boring, Kilgore said none of the reports from the scene by first responders or bystanders, and nothing in the immediate crime scene investigator's report, indicated a strong odor of death coming from the auto. Read More »

UK Treasury chief warns of turbulence amid Brexit talks


He told LBC that he remained in favor of Britain's High-Speed 2 railway project, which will connect cities in the country's north and central regions with London . Mr Hammond acknowledged that the vote to leave the European Union showed "that large parts of our country feel left behind" and that "a risky divide is opening up between those who believe they have a stake in the success of our economy and those who do not". Read More »

Israel's ex-President Peres lies in state in parliament


While Peres has been lauded overseas and in Israel as a peacemaker, many Palestinians view him very differently, citing his involvement in successive Arab-Israeli wars and the occupation of Palestinian territory. His transformation from political hawk to peace-seeker earned him a 1994 Nobel Peace Prize for the negotiations leading to the Israeli-Palestinian Oslo Peace Accords . Read More »

Republicans criticize immunity to Clinton aide


The FBI director confirmed that the hacks had not been successful, although would-be hackers have still scanned and attempted to see if they can gain access. House Republicans had considered a resolution finding Pagliano, who has declined to answer questions from lawmakers, in contempt of Congress but have postponed that for now. Read More »

Clinton Sees Post-Debate Bounce In State Polls

In all five states, she has at least a 19-point lead with younger voters in the race with Republican Donald Trump. Clinton - whose campaign is anxious about voter turnout among Democrats - also seemed to acknowledge that she may face an enthusiasm issue in her own party. Read More »

Lady Gaga picks dive bars over arenas to introduce album


The recently released single "Perfect Illusion", which will be featured on the album, debuted in the top iTunes slot in 60 countries upon its release. "This record was about me trying to understand my father, and his grief", she said. AP confirms that Gaga will be performing "Perfect Illusion" and new track "Million Reasons" during the tour, and the lucky few who get to experience it live will be made up of contest winners. Read More »

Manchester City will be tested at White Hart Lane

Guardiola is as admirer of Pochettino and his Tottenham side, having also come up against the Argentinian when he coached Espanyol and the Catalan managed Barcelona. Bravo did save Erik Lamela's second-half penalty but City could not avoid slumping to its first loss under Guardiola and its second setback of the week after being held by Celtic in the Champions League. Read More »

Giuliani claims Trump 'a genius' for not paying taxes

The man's a genius. Mr. Christie and Mr. Giuliani bother used the word "genius" to describe Mr. Trump's tax maneuvers. A United States newspaper says it has obtained documents showing tycoon Donald Trump declared a loss of more than $900m on his 1995 federal income tax return. Read More »

OPEC members seal deal on oil production cut


Global benchmark Brent crude futures were down 33 cents at $48.91 a barrel by 1.50pm GMT, but still around 6% higher than before Wednesday's Opec agreement. "You have to keep in mind that this is a sign that the Saudi Arabians in particular seem willing to alter the stance they adopted at the 2014 meeting where maintaining market share was their policy", said Gene McGillian, research manager for Tradition Energy . Read More »

BlackBerry, once a phone innovator, to stop making its own

BlackBerry built a reputation for innovative smartphone technology and in 1999 rolled out its RIM 950 allowing on-the-go wireless email. Blackberry devices served their best almost for a decade and achieved a state that users couldn't afford to give a miss. Read More »

Deutsche Bank nears $5.4 billion settlement over mortgage bonds

The government denied a newspaper report on Wednesday that it was working on a rescue plan for Germany's biggest bank, as its shares went into a tailspin fuelled by a demand for up to $14 billion (10.79 billion pound) from US authorities for misselling mortgage-backed securities before the financial crisis. Read More »

Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states

In Des Moines , Mrs Clinton planned a speech focused on childcare challenges faced by middle-class families. Mrs Clinton's 10-city tour of Iowa brought the Democratic presidential nominee back to a state where she eked out a win in the caucuses over Bernie Sanders. Read More »

FBI's Comey faces more questions on extremism, Clinton email

Comey said that if an FBI Agent did what Clinton did, they would not be prosecuted but they would be disciplined and in "big trouble". Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee that held the hearing, said some state officials have anxious about a federal takeover of election systems since the department has floated the idea. Read More »

Ohio's Minimum Wage To Increase By 5 Cents Starting In 2017


Brittany Lennox, MUNSU's Director of External Affairs, Communications & Research, referred to NL having the lowest minimum wage in the country as "atrocious". NDP Leader Earle McCurdy is calling for the provincial government to raise the minimum wage. This is now the third consecutive annual increase by the Liberal government. Read More »

Seoul says North Korean soldier crosses the border to defect

In July, Seoul and Washington agreed to deploy THAAD amid growing threats from rival and neighbor North Korea, which has conducted several nuclear and missile tests this year. Russel told Reuters last week that THAAD deployment was not negotiable as part of efforts to agree on new United Nations sanctions on North Korea after its fifth nuclear test on September 9 . Read More »

Arab Responses to 9/11 Bill Point to US Interventions Abroad

New Jersey resident Terry Strada is national chair of 9/11 Families and Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism. His books include The Ruses for War: American Interventionism Since World War II. "There will be an attempt to narrow the effect of what we've done", Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) told reporters. Read More »

Hurricane Matthew grows to Category Two in Caribbean

Packing maximum sustained winds of 105 miles per hour, Matthew is moving west-southwest at 14 miles per hour. Warnings of heavy rains and winds were issued along the Colombia and Venezuela border. It's expected to then continue heading north and reach eastern Cuba before Tuesday . It's been 3,994 days since a major hurricane last made landfall in the United States. Read More »

California Passes Mandatory Minimum Bill in Response to Brock Turner Controversy


Jerry Brown has signed legislation that mandates prison sentences for people who sexually assault unconscious or intoxicated victims, according to his office. She called on him to sign another bill passed this year that would require colleges and universities to release data on how many cases of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking have been reported on campus. Read More »

OPEC deal shows cartel's resolve _ and desperation

OPEC ministers said they would reduce output to 32.5-33 million barrels per day, down from its current estimated level of 33.24 million. "It is Saudi Arabia who has clearly blinked first, allowing Iran, its main rival, to ramp up production", said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at Oanda trading group. Read More »