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Weekly Rewind: The best of MWC, Samsung’s latest scandal, and a tattling teddy bear

March 4, 2017

A lot can happen in a week when it comes to tech. The constant onslaught of news makes it nigh impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of this week’s top 10 tech stories, from what happened at Mobile World Congress 2017 to custom...
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‘Go buy Ivanka’s stuff!’: Conway’s latest faux pas may have violated federal law

February 9, 2017

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway has defended President Trump’s online outburst at Nordstrom, for dropping his daughter Ivanka’s clothing line, by urging Americans to “go buy Ivanka’s stuff.” On Thursday, Trump reacted to news that Nordstrom had dropped Ivanka’s clothing line by tweeting she had been treated “unfairly,” while possibly violating a federal ethics...
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Hitched for a comeback: Vintage travel trailers are the latest retro craze

February 6, 2017

The year was 1967, and I was four years old when my parents loaded me and my baby sister into a full-size Chrysler station wagon in Camden, New Jersey, and trucked us all the way across North America to a new home in San Diego, California. I don’t remember too much about that journey,...
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Starbucks Canada video baristas latest attempt to lure more Canadians to drive-thru windows

January 16, 2017

Gordon Kent, Postmedia Network Jan 14, 2017 , Last Updated: 10:08 PM ET EDMONTON – Starbucks Canada is installing two-way video links between baristas and drive-thru customers in what experts call the latest attempt to lure more consumers into the fast-food lane. The coffee company has put screens on menu boards at 64 of its 200 Canadian...
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Obama’s expulsion of Russian officials the latest wrinkle in a long history

December 30, 2016

WASHINGTON—U.S. relations with Moscow during and after the Cold War have been marred by diplomatic dustups ranging from espionage scandals to an Olympics boycott. Current tensions, highlighted by President Barack Obama’s decision to impose sanctions and expel 35 Russia diplomats, are exceptional because they stem from U.S. allegations of Russian cyber meddling in the...
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