The 10 most important things in the world right now: January 31

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10 things in tech you need to know today, January 31

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Disney and HBO face the hard transition to SVOD

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What a polar vortex is, and why it can be dangerous

For the first time since 2014, the polar vortex is descending on North America. In.

Kamala Harris defends her record: ‘I’ve been consistent’

Kamala Harris, the junior US senator from California, is running for president — and she’s.

The Pelicans appeared to take a shot at Anthony Davis over Instagram

Anthony Davis is set for an awkward few days with the New Orleans Pelicans. The.

GameStop drops sharply — then recovers — after report says Apple is exploring a ‘Netflix for games’ (GME, AAPL)

Ethan Miller/Getty Images GameStop shares fell as much as 5.7% Monday after it was reported.

Weekend recap January 26 – 27

The news didn’t stop this weekend despite the end of the longest government shutdown in.

Naomi Osaka: The incredible life of the 21-year-old tennis prodigy

The audience booed during the results announcements until Williams told the crowd to stop, and.

Chef Fatima Ali: Family of 29-year-old share final goodbye on Instagram

“Top Chef” contestant Fatima Ali, 29, died on January 25 after she was diagnosed with.

How many of your state’s taxes leave the state (and don’t come back)

Citizens and companies in every US state pay taxes to the government, but the resources.

Inside the People’s Vote campaign to get MPs behind Brexit referendum

LONDON — Anti-Brexit campaigners believe they might have just days to persuade the UK Parliament.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s message for Davos about regulation

DAVOS, Switzerland — Sheryl Sandberg has done a lot of talking in recent days. So.

Alex Salmond charged with sexual assault and attempted rape

Alex Salmond, the former first minister of Scotland, has been charged with multiple counts of.

Ken Griffin buys the most expensive home in the US for $238 million

Billionaire hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin just paid $238 million for a New York City penthouse,.

Best tech jobs in the US for 2019, according to Glassdoor

The tech sector is continuing to produce some of the highest-paying and most in-demand jobs,.

Coursera’s ‘Learning How to Learn’ online class overview — what to expect

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Vodafone and IBM form joint venture

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10 things in tech you need to know today, January 21

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What 2020 candidates said about Trump’s government shutdown offer

President Trump’s latest offer to end the shutdown wasn’t received well by Democratic politicians who.

Democrats rejected Trump’s latest offer to end the government shutdown

President Donald Trump on Saturday offered Democrats a deal combining temporary protection for so-called “Dreamers”.

Group of US lawmakers want temporary protected status for Venezuelans

The Trump administration has sought to limit the use of temporary protected status for certain.

Government shutdown: George W. Bush delivers pizza to Secret Service detail

Former President George W. Bush is calling for an end to the partial government shutdown,.

Any Rubik’s Cube can be solved in 20 moves

The Rubik’s Cube is a classic puzzle toy invented in 1974 by Hungarian architecture and.

White House cancels US trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos

President Donald Trump on Thursday canceled the US delegation’s annual trip to the World Economic.

10 things in tech you need to know today, January 17

Ambrosia is a startup that charges $8000 to fill people’s veins with young blood. Hammer.

Chipotle plots menu expansion – Business Insider

ORLANDO, Florida — Chipotle has new menu items in the works, from milkshakes to quesadillas..

LuLaRoe is ‘starting over’ amid seller exodus and legal battle

LuLaRoe’s top executives say the company is “starting over” and “being reinvented” as it faces.

Speck GrabTab review: Why I prefer this $10 phone grip to PopSockets

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10 things in tech you need to know today, January 15

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Best Twitter jokes 2009 vs 2019 picture meme challenge

A lot can change in one year, let alone 10. And a new meme recognizes.