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Here's how fintech is taking over the world — and what's coming next »

BI Intelligence Digital disruption is affecting every aspect of the fintech industry. Over the past five years, fintech has established itself as a fundamental part of the global financial services…

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Tesla's US website isn't allowing customers to order the Model 3 (TSLA) »

Tesla’s US website does not allow customers to order the Model 3, as of Monday morning. After clicking the “Order Now” button for the vehicle, users are shown the following…

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SPORTS

Harper wins Home Run Derby in thrilling fashion »

11:11 PM ET ESPN News Services There is much joy in the nation’s capital. Mighty Bryce Harper has struck it…

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5-on-5: The best, surprising and most disappointing NBA rookies »

7:31 AM ET NBA InsidersESPN.com Who were the standouts and disappointments at NBA summer league? Our experts answer the big…

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Thrilling World Cup gets the finale it deserves »

4:28 PM ET MOSCOW — There were no miracles on Sunday at the Luzhniki Stadium. No subversion of the ancient…

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Follow live: Croatia and France meet in World Cup final »

1 Hugo Lloris Saves 0 Shots 0 0 Shots on Target Fouls Committed 0 0 Fouls Against Assists 0 Discipline…

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TECHNOLOGY

Amazon workers on strike as Prime Day kicks off »

A protest against Jeff Bezos in April. Image: ODD ANDERSEN/getty By Jack Morse2018-07-17 01:24:13 UTC This Monday is Amazon Prime Day, and like every other year, that means you’ll have the chance to get a great deal on some dongles. But this year, unlike every…

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Apple sold less than 1 million iPhones in India this year, claims report »

Although India is one of the top three largest markets for smartphones (along with China and the United States), Apple has never really done well with the peninsula market due to a bevy of reasons, including its hefty iPhone price tag. Image: India Today Group/Getty…

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Ugh, Elon Musk attacks British diver who called his submarine 'just a PR stunt' »

Image: Kiichiro Sato/AP/REX/Shutterstock By Chloe Bryan2018-07-15 16:04:55 UTC After Vern Unsworth, a British diver who helped rescue the trapped Thai soccer team, called Elon Musk’s attempt at a submarine rescue “just a PR stunt” that had ‘absolutely no chance of working,” Musk has chosen to…

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Keep your eyes peeled for these tech items to go on sale on Prime Day »

Disclosure Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Image: John Schnobrich/Unsplash By Jake Krol2018-07-15 13:00:00 UTC Prime Day is almost here! It only comes once a year.…

Jul 15 2018 / Comments Off on Keep your eyes peeled for these tech items to go on sale on Prime Day / Read More »
SCIENCE

Genetically modified mice reveal the secret to a painless life »

People born with a rare genetic mutation are unable to feel pain, but previous attempts to recreate this effect with drugs have had surprisingly little…

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Strolling salamanders provide clues on how animals evolved to move from water to land »

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Around 390 million years ago, the first vertebrate animals moved fromwater onto land, necessitating changes in their musculoskeletal systems to…

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Asia

ADB sees slower growth for Asia, China in 2015, 2016 – Reuters

MANILA Growth in developing Asia will likely be slower than previously thought as a slowdown in China’s economy hurts demand, the Asian Development Bank said, and urged policymakers in the region to strengthen financial-system buffers against…

Sep 22 2015 / Read More »
Mid-East

Moscow Relishes Revamped Role in Mideast as Israel Seeks … – Foreign Policy (blog)

The last time Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went to Moscow was in 2013 for a two-pronged mission: to lobby against a nuclear deal with Iran and convince Russian President Vladimir Putin to cancel the planned…

Sep 22 2015 / Read More »
America

America’s bold voice cannot be the only one – Financial Times

America’s bold voice cannot be the only one – Financial Times…

Nov 13 2015 / Read More »
WORLD

Killer heat latest misery for flooded Japan

Six people died on Saturday, and two people on Sunday, Kyodo News reported, as thousands sought medical treatment for heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Of 33 people who sought medical help in Hiroshima Sunday, three were…

Jul 16 2018 / Read More »
Europe

Balkans backup: Refugees stranded in southeastern Europe as EU doors close – Fox News

SKOPJE –  As doors slam shut in Western Europe and razor-wire fences go up in the east, the massive wave of Middle Eastern refugees is backing up in the Balkans, where overwhelmed nations lack the will…

Sep 22 2015 / Read More »
FOOTBALL

Football Practice Report: Sept. 21 – GoDucks.com

By Rob Moseley Editor, GoDucks.com Venue: Moshofsky CenterFormat: Shells During a 7-on-7 period in Monday’s Oregon football practice, cornerback Arrion Springs broke up at least three passes, and Juwaan Williams twice hit a receiver…

Sep 22 2015 / Read More »
TRAVEL

Stay in a tiny hotel on Amsterdam's bridges

(CNN) — There’s no better spot to watch the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam’s canals than the city’s bridges. And with new project SWEETs Hotel, Amsterdam-lovers can get one step closer to the water. This new…

Jul 6 2018 / Read More »
UK

UK-China stocks link plan unveiled – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Chancellor George Osborne has said the UK and China are exploring how to link their stock markets. He announced a “landmark feasibility study” into the idea, which would enable Chinese and British…

Sep 22 2015 / Read More »

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