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Apple Includes 300 Magazines In Subscription News Service

Apple launched a subscription news service Monday that includes more than 300 magazines as part of the iPhone maker's pivot to services.

Newsom Dramatically Scales Back High-Speed Rail Project

The long-touted dream of a high-speed rail line connecting San Diego and Los Angeles with the Bay Area was put on hold Tuesday, with Gov. Gavin Newsom saying that while he respects the idea, the project needs a major reevaluation.

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dead At 65 After Cancer Battle

Billionaire Paul Allen, who founded US software giant Microsoft with Bill Gates in the 1970s, died Monday at the age of 65 after his latest battle with cancer, his family said.

Dow Ends At Record, Nasdaq Falls As Stocks Finish Mixed

The Dow pushed to a fresh record on Tuesday, while the Nasdaq retreated as lingering worries about the US-China trade conflict offset a trade breakthrough among North American nations.

Melania Trump Laments Cyber Bullying

US First Lady Melania Trump renewed her campaign to tackle cyber bullying Monday, as her husband lit up the internet with a stream of invective against his perceived foes

Tesla Shares Tumble After Musk Interview in NYTimes

Tesla shares took a pounding Friday amid fresh fears about the future of the electric carmaker after a wide-ranging interview with chief executive Elon Musk in which he revealed his struggles with exhaustion and a lengthy but unsuccessful effort to find a number two executive.

US, Britain Warn of Russian Hackers and Compromised Routing Hardware

 Russian government-sponsored hackers are compromising the key hardware of government and business computer networks in like routers and firewalls, giving them virtual control of data flows, the US and Britain warned Monday.

Los Angeles City Council Approves $4.9 Billion People Mover

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $4.9 billion contract for the design and construction of an Automated People Mover system at Los Angeles International Airport that will carry passengers among terminals and connect with nearby rail lines.

Zuckerberg Testimony To Congress: ‘My Mistake, I’m Sorry’

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg says he accepts responsibility for the social network's failure to protect private data and prevent manipulation of the platform, according to testimony released Monday on the eve of his first Congressional appearance.

SpaceX Poised To Launch ‘World’s Most Powerful Rocket’

SpaceX is poised for the first test launch Tuesday of its Falcon Heavy, which aims to become the world's most powerful rocket, capable of ferrying people to the Moon or Mars some day.

Apple To Buy Song Recognition App ‘Shazam’

Apple said Monday that it would buy leading song recognition app Shazam in a fresh bid to secure an edge in the intensifying battle of streaming services.

SpaceX Successfully Launches Second Supply Mission

Hawthorne-based SpaceX launched another supply mission to the International Space Station Monday, sending roughly three tons of material to the outpost, including a Hewlett Packard supercomputer.

Amazon Unveils New Alexa With Touchscreen

Amazon on Tuesday unveiled the latest member of its family of devices powered by its Alexa digital assistant -- this one with a touchscreen.

Twitter Drops Famous ‘Egg’ Icon In Battle With Internet Trolls

An egg icon that for years marked profiles of new Twitter users was gone Monday, a victim of "trolls" who often hid behind them to launch anonymous online attacks.

Beverly Hills News – Virtual Reality Real Estate Comes to Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Realtor and Executive Director of the Luxury Estates division at Nourmand & Associates, Rochelle Maize, in collaboration with the Hollywood Reporter, held a cocktail reception last month to celebrate the arrival of a technology sure to transform how international real estate is done. Virtual Reality has arrived.

Venice-Based Snap Founders Become Billionaires Within Hours of IPO Offering

Venice-based Snap Inc., parent company of the photo/video- sharing Snapchat phone app, went public Thursday, opening at $24 a share, then rose to $25 -- far above the initial share price of $17.
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