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Cities around the world celebrate the New Year.
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Cities around the world celebrate the New Year.

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Cities around the world celebrate the New Year.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Brittney Stephens
#kylorenchallenge A post shared by johnmayer (@johnmayer) on Dec 30, 2017 at 7:00pm PST Men all over Instagram are sharing photos of themselves posing shirtless while wearing high-waisted pants in a look inspired by Adam Driver's now-infamous...
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Billboard
By: Mitchell Peters

John Mayer has accepted the “Kylo Ren Challenge.” The 40-year-old musician shared a shirtless photo of himself on Instagram Saturday (Dec...

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Fortune
By: John Patrick Pullen
You don't need a cable television subscription.
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Billboard
By: Associated Press

Dress in layers, lay off the booze and bring some hand warmers. Those are some of the tips offered for the huge crowd of revelers expected in Times...

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Billboard
By: Billboard Staff

Wish you could be in Times Square to see the ball drop? We’ve got you covered. Timessquareball.net is helping you ring in the New Year with a...

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Almost the entire country will be looking at temperatures well below normal.

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Fortune
By: John Patrick Pullen

The long weekend will be a blitz of college and NFL action.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
The flailing retailer chose to focus on digital marketing - even though its online sales are anemic.
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Sears Holdings Corp. hasn’t paid for any national TV spots for its struggling Sears and Kmart chains in December, as the CEO shifts advertising to digital channels.

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Studies show high risk in responding to both 'disturbance' and domestic calls.
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Studies show officers face the greatest risk in responding to domestic disputes.

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak
A court in Germany has told Amazon.com that it can no longer use search terms to lure in customers who misspell “Birkenstock,” according to Reuters. The German sandal maker filed an injunction, complaining that the online retailer had been...
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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

But the advertising tactic is widespread, and not necessarily harmful.

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Inc
By: Minda Zetlin

Searches for "Birkenstok" or "Brikenstock" may lead you to Amazon.

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg
The biggest story about apps in 2017 was, well, stories. Snapchat still deserves the credit for coming up with the concept, and Instagram shamelessly ripped it off back in 2016, but this year, everyone got on board. WhatsApp added stories (and then...
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TheVerge
By: Vlad Savov

My best way to look back on 2017 in the world of headphones is to consider the things I wasn’t able to say a year ago. The best portable headphones today are wireless. That wasn’t true last year — at least not in my Beoplay H6-loving judgment...

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TheVerge
By: Dani Deahl

If 2016 was the year that streaming music became a necessity, 2017 is the year streaming music showed its clout. This couldn’t have been showcased any more clearly than at the Grammys, where Chance the Rapper won best new artist, best rap album,...

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TheVerge
By: Micah Singleton

It’s been a pretty good year for gadgets. While the most popular gadget may have been the fidget spinner, there have been a number of devices released in 2017 that will make a lasting impact for years to come. From the Nintendo Switch, which...

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TheVerge
By: James Vincent

Artificial intelligence boomed this year like few other areas in tech, but despite the scientific breakthroughs, glut of funding, and new products rolling out to consumers, the field has problems that can’t be ignored. Some of these, like...

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TheVerge
By: Adi Robertson

I wouldn’t blame you for tuning out VR news in 2017. There was no string of huge hardware releases, like last year’s Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR. The medium’s limits became clearer. For some people, VR reached a trough of...

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TheVerge
By: Sean O'Kane

Digital photography as we know it is about to change. It’s already changing, really, judging by some of the cameras released in 2017. Where last year was a solid, occasionally exciting one for the camera industry, the past 12 months held even more ...

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
Instagram and Telegram are now blocked after being used to organize protests.
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Cnet
By: Carrie Mihalcik

Telegram CEO Pavel Durov says it's unclear if the ban on the messaging app is permanent or temporary.

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It's a busy weekend for oppressive governments trying to suppress digital communication. Iran has blocked mobile access to at least Telegram and Instagram as it tries to thwart protests that started over economic concerns (particularly...

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Mashable
By: Marcus Gilmer

The Iranian government has blocked access to messaging app Telegram and photo app Instagram amid several days of protests in what authorities say is a move "to maintain tranquillity and security of society," according to state-run media.  SEE...

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Iran is currently engulfed in demonstrations: many are protesting the clerical leadership, corruption and increasing costs of living, while counter-protestors are trying to protect the regime. And Telegram finds itself caught in the middle. The...

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Authoritarian leaders are fond of severing communications in a bid to hold on to power, and that tradition sadly isn't going away. The Democratic Republic of Congo's government has ordered telecoms to cut internet and SMS access ahead of...

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A semi-official news agency in Iran is reporting that two protesters taking part in demonstrations roiling the country were killed at a rally overnight, the first deaths attributed to the ongoing protests
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The New York Times
By: MARTIN FACKLER

Two protesters were reportedly killed in demonstrations that have quickly grown into a nationwide outpouring of anger.

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The New York Times
By: RUCHIR SHARMA
Economists were mostly incorrect in their predictions for 2017. That was par for the course.
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The New York Times
By: ROXANE GAY

I’ve always loved advice columns. Now I’m writing one.

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The New York Times
By: ROSS DOUTHAT
Reconsidering my years as a deficit hawk.
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The New York Times
By: FRANK BRUNI

Colleges are crucial to American greatness but found themselves on the defensive in 2017.

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Trump is expected to push for infrastructure spending in 2018 and says there will be no DACA deal without a border wall.
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Inc
By: Lisa Calhoun

Get inspired by their stories for your best year yet.

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil
Discounted price, offered as part of battery slow-down calamity, were expected to be offered beginning in January.
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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

The move may help combat the perception that Apple maliciously slowed older phones.

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Apple was only poised to offer discounted iPhone battery replacements to Americans in late January, but they're already here. The company has issued a statement announcing that the $29 replacements are available today (December 30th) in the US...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak

Earlier this week, Apple published a letter to its customers, apologizing for slowing older iPhones as their batteries aged, and said that it would reduce the price of batteries of the affected phones to from $79 to $29. Apple says that that...

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Mashable
By: Michael Nuñez

It's been a rough month for Apple. The company has been embroiled in a controversy stemming from its decision to purposely slow down older iPhones to increase battery performance. Apple issued an apology to its customers for the miscommunication,...

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater

 Those $29 battery out-of-warranty replacements Apple promised are now available for impacted users with an iPhone 6 or later. The company was initially aiming for a late-January timeframe in the States when it first offered up the discount,...

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There are 43 states that currently treat texting while driving as a primary offense, but Florida isn't one of them -- you have to break another law before texting enters the picture. However, less-than-attentive commuters might not get away...
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Florida has some of the nation's deadliest roads, but it is one of the last states to not fully ban texting while driving

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Billboard
By: Associated Press
The daughter of Black Lives Matter icon Eric Garner died Saturday (Dec. 30) after a weeklong hospital stay following a heart attack. "She was a...
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The New York Times
By: VIVIAN WANG

Ms. Garner, whose father died in 2014 after being put in a police chokehold, was a prominent critic of policing tactics.

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She became a well-known activist against police abuse after her dad's death.

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil
LAPD arrests 25-year-old man in connection with an officer-involved shooting that may have arisen from a dispute over an online game wager.
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Arstechnica
By: Nate Anderson

Enlarge / A still from the Wichita Police footage of the shooting. (credit: Wichita Police) The alleged "swatter" behind Thursday's police killing of a Wichita, Kansas man has been arrested. Tyler Barriss, a 25-year old from South Los Angeles, was ...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak

The Los Angeles Police Department has arrested a 25-year-old man who is suspected of sending a SWAT team to a private residence in Kansas, resulting in the death of a 28-year-old man. NBC News (via Engadget) reports that the LAPD arrested Tyler...

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Thursday night Wichita police killed Andrew Finch after responding to a call claiming a man at his address had shot someone and was holding others hostage. That call was a hoax, commonly referred to as "swatting," and in this case...

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Police in California arrested a suspect late Friday.

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Police and the FBI are investigating whether an argument over an online game prompted a hoax call that led to a house where an officer shot and killed a Kansas man who apparently wasn't involved in the dispute

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

A feud between two Call of Duty players, who argued after an online wagered match reportedly worth just $1.50, led to the death of a 28-year-old Kansas man, who was shot and killed by police after a fraudulent SWAT team call sent a small army of...

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

The alleged "swatter" also admitted to being behind a recent bomb threat to the FCC.

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The New York Times
By: MITCH SMITH

An instance of swatting, in which a false report is made to get a SWAT team to raid a rival’s house, led to the fatal shooting, the police said.

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Arstechnica
By: Timothy B. Lee

Enlarge / Wichita Police. (credit: Wichita Police) A 28-year-old Wichita, Kansas man was killed last night by police who were responding to a tip falsely reporting a hostage situation at the man's house. And rumors are swirling in the Call of Duty ...

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A grandmother has a hilarious reaction to hearing her Google Home for the first time.
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Fortune
By: Emily Price

Her grandson uploaded a video of her learning how to use, and being frightened by, Google Home Mini

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Like it or not, the Hillary Clinton email saga isn't over yet. The US State Department has released about 2,800 emails and other documents from former Clinton aide Huma Abedin that were found on the laptop of her soon-to-be-former husband...
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The State Department has released emails from Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, that were found by the FBI on her husband's laptop

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg
Supporters of the Islamic Republic staged rallies a day after protests led to arrests
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The New York Times
By: THOMAS ERDBRINK

About 4,000 people took part in the annual demonstration to mark the end of protests surrounding disputed 2009 presidential elections.

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Billboard
By: Marjua Estevez
Just days before the year comes to a close, the top five Latin albums in Billboard's year-end chart are as follows: Fenix, Nicky Jam;...
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Billboard
By: Suzette Fernandez

Latin music ruled the Billboard charts during 2017. Throughout the year we had all kind of surprises, such as “Despacito” with Luis...

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Billboard
By: Mark Elibert

2017 was a notable year for hip-hop collaborative albums. There have been 20-plus joint rap albums that have dropped this year featuring the likes of...

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Billboard
By: Billboard Staff

In 2017, the conjoined worlds of house and techno culture unequivocally transcended the underground. With artists like Bicep and Sasha attracting...

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Billboard
By: Andrew Unterberger

One of the biggest problems with all 2017 end-of-year lists is that they can't help but pretend that the year occurred in a historical...

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The New York Times
By: JAN RANSOM and JOSE A....
Frigid weather can make fighting fires especially difficult, officials said, causing equipment to freeze and surfaces to become perilous.
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A woman received a call at work from her now-deceased mother before she died.

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TheVerge
By: Laura Hudson
Throughout the final week of 2017, culture writers from across Vox Media will be chatting about the best works of the year. In this installment, Vox’s Todd VanDerWerff and Caroline Framke, the Verge’s Laura Hudson, and Polygon’s Julia...
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Fortune
By: Claire Zillman

Read the three articles he posted.

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Tech Crunch
By: Khaled "Tito"...
Apple apologizes for slowing down iPhones, humans spent $200 million on apps this Christmas and Google retires the Pixel C tablet. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
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Fortune
By: Aric Jenkins

The design flaw has forced Apple to cordon off sections of the storefront

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Mashable
By: Mark Kaufman

Ominous, high-hanging icicles have turned Apple's sleek, MacBook-inspired waterfront store in Chicago into a potentially perilous environment.  Apple has cordoned off, with caution tape and signage, vulnerable areas where the sharp ice could...

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Small Business Trends
By: Brent Leary

Brent Leary is joined by John Lawson and they're talking about which tech companies are positioned to be Amazon competitors in 2018.

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President Donald Trump tweeted that the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com and other companies more to deliver their packages.
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Billboard
By: Associated Press

President Donald Trump returned to a favorite target Friday, saying that the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com more money to ship the...

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Autoblog
By: Greg Rasa
Filed under: Etc. ICYMI, here's what everyone was clicking this year.Continue reading Autoblog's 50 most-read stories of 2017 Autoblog's 50 most-read stories of 2017 originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 29 Dec 2017...
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Autoblog
By: James Riswick

Filed under: Bugatti,Honda,Jeep,Land Rover,Lexus,Lincoln,Mazda,Nissan,Rolls-Royce,Volkswagen,Crossover,Sedan,SUV,Electric,Luxury,Auto News Recaps We certainly can't say 2017 was a boring year, so it's with some pleasure that we...

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Tech Crunch
By: Danny Crichton
 Communications are the bedrock of emergency response and management. However, those communications can be challenging when quickly evolving situations cross multiple jurisdictions. Today, AT&T announced that all 50 states, Puerto Rico and...
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FirstNet, the nationwide broadband network for first responders, will be the official public safety network for all 50 US states. The network has been a very long time coming. Having been initially proposed following the 9/11 attacks, the FCC...

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater
 iFixit has never been particularly fond of Apple’s repair policies. The company’s gadgets regularly rack up poor repairability scores on the site. The site’s taking another jab at the tech giant today, dropping the price of...
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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

iFixit, the internet’s most popular repository of guides for repairing Apple devices, has announced that it’s cutting prices for all of its iPhone battery replacement kits down to $29 or less. They usually sell for between $39 to $49, depending...

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Apple may have apologized for the confusion surrounding its intentional slow down of older iPhones to balance battery life and performance, but that doesn't change the fact that it's happening. If your iPhone is out of warranty and you...

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Inc
By: Erik Sherman

A good apology is important, but thinking from your customers' viewpoint tops it.

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Entrepreneur
By: Matt Weinberger

It may be the most far-reaching apology Apple has had to make, and it could change the way the company does business.

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Billboard
By: Nina Braca
For the 13th consecutive year, Ryan Seacrest will be ringing in the New Year from Times Square live on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin...
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Billboard
By: Nina Braca

As per tradition, it's almost that time of year to say goodbye to the past twelve months and enter a new era. This year was filled with...

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Fast Company
By: Christopher Zara
Fred Reynolds, a former executive for CBS Corp. and PepsiCo, is joining the board of directors of Pinterest, TechCrunch reports. The move comes amid rumblings of a possible IPO next year, although no timeline to go public has been laid out....
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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Pinterest announced today it’s adding former CBS and PepsiCo exec Fred Reynolds to its board of directors. Reynolds’ background includes global financial and strategic planning as well as business analysis, the company notes. He...

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Thurrott
By: Brad Sams
It's the end of the year which means it's time to predict what will happen in the year ahead. The post First Ring Daily: Tech Predictions for 2018 appeared first on Thurrott.com.
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ESPN
 

The NHL Weekly Reader publishes every Friday. See something worth highlighting here? Hit me at greg.wyshynski@espn.com.

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Inc
By: Christina DesMarais

First off, artificial intelligence is just going to keep getting bigger.

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Inc
By: Kevin Daum
A new year means a new start. Time to get your priorities in order and make 2018 the best year ever.
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Inc
By: Brenda Barbosa

Every year, countless people around the world make resolutions that flop. Here's how to really get yourself motivated to follow through on your New Year's promises.

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Inc
By: Dorcas Cheng-Tozun

A new year is the perfect time to establish healthier routines that will benefit your body and your relationships.

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Cnet
By: Joan E. Solsman
Amazon is getting richer while the US Postal Service gets poorer, Trump claims on Twitter, because the agency charges Amazon "so little."
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Fast Company
By: Christopher Zara

Shares of Amazon.com took a minor hit this morning after President Trump criticized the U.S. Postal Service for giving the e-commerce giant a low rate on package delivery–and suggested it should raise its rates. The stock fell to a low of...

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Apple has been under fire recently over the revelation that the company was intentionally slowing down older phones in order to balance performance and battery life. Now, LG and Samsung have both clarified to Phonearena that neither company engages...
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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

Following Apple’s apology for its lack of communication over how it manages iPhones with older batteries, Samsung and LG have come out to say that none of their phones employ similar practices. Both companies emailed Phone Arena to say that they...

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Phandroid
By: Andrew Myrick

After HTC and Motorola responded to questions whether they slow down CPU performance on older phones, Samsung and LG have responded stating that they don't.

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TheVerge
By: Loren Grush
SpaceX started 2017 at one of its lowest points ever. The company hadn’t launched a single rocket since September 1st, 2016, when a Falcon 9 exploded on a Florida launch pad as it was being fueled. The mishap destroyed both the rocket and the...
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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins

Has any other company had a more batshit year than Uber? In lieu of a traditional report card, I briefly considered just copying and pasting text from the Book of Revelation into this article. That’s how bad it was. Let’s recap: Uber CEO Travis ...

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TheVerge
By: Zac Estrada

It was supposed to be Tesla's year for delivering big on Elon Musk’s ambitious vision: the mainstream electric car known as the Model 3. And at the beginning of 2017, things looked great from the outside. But instead of delivering, 2017 was a year ...

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater
 Apple’s super-powered iMac Pro hit the company’s online store just ahead of Christmas. Now those who’d prefer to pick one up in-person can do so by paying a visit to one of its various retail establishments. Availability was...
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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

Apple is now offering the iMac Pro for in-store pickup at many of its locations in the US and other countries, as spotted by MacRumors. The high-end all-in-one went on sale earlier this month and initial orders began shipping last week. Now that...

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The New York Times
By: BENJAMIN MUELLER and...
The city’s deadliest blaze since 1990 was a “horrible, tragic accident,” the mayor said.
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The fire occurred in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx.

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The New York Times
By: BENJAMIN MUELLER

Officials seek the cause of the city’s deadliest blaze in more than a quarter-century. It tore through a 100-year-old apartment building on a freezing night.

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The fire occurred in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx.

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg
The investors are buying Uber stock at a $48 billion valuation—well below the last round at $69 billion.
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Autoblog
By: Reuters

Filed under: Earnings/Financials,Smartphone,Technology,Commercial Vehicles New board will limit the power still wielded by Travis KalanickContinue reading SoftBank buys big chunk of Uber, a deal that changes how the company is...

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The extent of Russia's meddling in the 2016 US presidential election remains unclear, but it's no secret that social media played a major role. This year brought with it a great deal of scrutiny for tech giants, particularly Facebook,...
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The chair of a UK committee investigating fake news has threatened Facebook and Twitter with "sanctions" if they allow the issue to fester on their respective platforms. In an interview with the Guardian, Damian Collins, chair of the...

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China’s biggest tech giants are working with authorities to create digital identifications as alternatives to the state-issued ID cards citizens must present to obtain many public and private services, such as boarding trains and checking into...
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Fortune
By: Andrew Nusca

A few surprises among old standbys.

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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa
Android apps in Chrome OS only work when they are in the foreground. As soon as you go to a different task, the app freezes where you left off. This is changing soon.
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Arstechnica
By: Valentina Palladino

Enlarge / Pixelbook folded into "entertainment" mode. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Smoothly running Android apps on Chrome OS has been a work in progress for years now. Google has done a lot to improve the experience of running mobile apps on its ...

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg
Mainly because of a tax targeting earnings held abroad.
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Goldman Sachs is expecting a $5 billion hit to profits during the fourth quarter because of the tax overhaul signed into law last week

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The New York Times
By: NOUR YOUSSEF
The shootings at a Coptic Orthodox Church were the latest of a series of attacks on Egypt’s Christian minority.
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Egyptian security officials say 2 policemen shot dead in attack outside Coptic church in the south Cairo suburb of Helwan

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The New York Times
By: DORSA DERAKHSHANI
My old team cared more about the scarf covering my hair than the brain under it.
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The New York Times
By: MOSHE Z. MARVIT and...

You should not be fired for taking a sick day to care for your child. A “just cause” law would protect you.

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At some point during Christmas and New Year, the days just sort of blend together. Sat silently in your parents' living room, you're already bored of your gifts, permanently spaced from 'round-the-clock imbibing, and you can't...
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Cnet
By: Richard Trenholm

The bleak, tech-obsessed anthology series returns to Netflix on 29 December -- just in case your 2017 hasn't been grim enough.

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Billboard
By: Associated Press
Police are promising a bigger security detail than ever before in Times Square for this year's New Year's Eve celebration, which will cap off...
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The New York Times
By: BENJAMIN MUELLER

The New York City police plan a “stronger police presence” for this year’s ball drop to counter the threat of high-rise snipers and suicide bombers.

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The president took to Twitter to voice his support for a warmer climate.
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The New York Times
By: KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

With frigid temperatures in the East, President Trump cast doubt on the reality of climate change. But weather is not the same as climate.

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The New York Times
By: ALISON J. PETERSON

Originally known as Baby Rose Marie, she became a star as a toddler and again on one of television’s most beloved comedies, “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”

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Billboard
By: Mike Barnes

Rose Marie, the actress who went toe-to-toe in a man’s world as wisecracking comedy writer Sally Rogers on the legendary 1960s CBS sitcom ...

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Rose Marie, who played the wisecracking Sally Rogers on "The Dick Van Dyke Show," has died

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Billboard
By: Associated Press
Apple apologized for secretly slowing down older iPhones, a move it said was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns related to battery fatigue. Many...
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Fast Company
By: Harry McCracken

A little over a week after acknowledging that iOS slows down iPhones with weak batteries to prevent crashes, Apple has apologized for leaving some customers feeling let down. It’s also stressing that the previously unacknowledged slowdowns...

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The New York Times
By: MATT STEVENS

In an apologetic statement, the company said it would cut the price of iPhone battery replacements by $50 for anyone with an iPhone 6 or later.

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Fortune
By: Andrew Nusca

A rare formal apology from the folks in Cupertino.

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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan

Apple apologizes for slowing down older iPhones, offers discounted battery replacement service and promises new iOS update to offer more insights into your iPhone's battery health. The post Apple Apologizes for Throttling iPhones, Offers $29...

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Mashable
By: Marcus Gilmer

Things are getting more serious for Apple over the revelations that the company purposely slows down older phones. They could face criminal charges in France under a recently passed obsolescence law.  SEE ALSO: Yes, Apple sometimes slows down...

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Apple has been in hot water for the last few weeks after the company admitted that it sometimes reduced processor speeds on iPhones with aging batteries as a way to balance performance and battery life. Today, the company is apologizing for not...

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Tech Crunch
By: Matthew Panzarino

 Apple has today posted a letter on its website and a technical article in its Knowledge Base apologizing for not being more transparent about how it handles performance on iPhones with older batteries. Last week, Apple issued a statement that...

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TheVerge
By: Nilay Patel

Apple just published a letter to customers apologizing for the “misunderstanding” around older iPhones being slowed down, following its recent admission that it was, in fact, slowing down older phones in order to compensate for degrading...

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Apple issued an unusual apology for its handling of concerns about performance issues in iPhones with older batteries and said it will reduce the price of some iPhone replacement batteries to $29 from $79.

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Arstechnica
By: Valentina Palladino

Enlarge The past few weeks have been tumultuous for Apple ever since the company confirmed it slows down iPhones as their batteries age. In a message posted to Apple's website today, the company formally apologized to customers while explaining...

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Mashable
By: Raymond Wong

Following huge waves of criticism and several lawsuits slamming Apple for purposely slowing down older iPhones to balance power consumption from aged batteries, the tech giant has now issued an apology and has reduced the cost of an out-of-warranty...

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Cnet
By: Sean Hollister

When should you seek out Apple's new $29 battery replacement? Here are 7 pretty good indicators.

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Cnet
By: Sean Hollister

Apple will offer $29 battery replacements that should speed things up again, through 2018.

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Earlier this month, Apple admitted to slowing older iPhone models in order to prevent phones with older batteries from suddenly shutting down. Now, Reuters reports that the company may face a legal battle in France over the practice. A French...

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Apple is currently under fire after news broke that the company was intentionally slowing down iPhones as their batteries aged, with lawsuits in New York and Israel already having been filed. However the latest suit, filed in France by the...