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Apple made history today by ending up being the very first United States public business to eclipse $2 trillion in market price — even in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Later, ride-hailing business Lyft stated it would be suspending services in California on Thursday in reaction to a state court order needing Lyft and competitor Uber to reclassify motorists as staff members. That altered, nevertheless, when an appeals ruling given an emergency situation stay enabling service as typical while the court examines the case.

Meanwhile, the four-day Democratic National Convention — required online this year due to the fact that of the pandemic — prevented technical problems amidst a developing debate over how cuts to the United States Postal Service might position a danger to absentee and mail-in ballot throughout the upcoming governmental election. 

Here are the week’s stories you do not wish to miss out on.

Election authorities state it’s almost difficult to devote citizen scams by mail. Getting individuals to question the authenticity of the entire procedure is a lot easier.

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Maybe your 2025 laptop computer will not draw.

Intel's 10nm Ice Lake processors

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The frequency and strength of natural catastrophes are trending up, and professionals state environment modification might be partially to blame.


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It’s been a huge year currently for online grocery and electronic devices sales, and standard retail is suffering.


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If individuals are stuck at house, what’s the point of a quick web connection on the go?


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Practical usage of these strange makers stays years away.

The IBM Q quantum computer looks nothing like a classical computer.

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Unfortunate timing suggests Samsung’s gadget is too pricey for a high economic crisis which its function set will be excessive phone for numerous.


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I might be 16 years late to the J.J. Abrams program, however its lessons resonate simply as highly today.

Lost cast

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Commentary: Here’s what occurs when your phone attempts to alter your character.


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