Should China Machinery Engineering Corporation (HKG:1829) Be Part Of Your Dividend Portfolio?

Want to participate in a short research study? Help shape the future of investing tools and receive a $20 prize! Dividends play a key role in compounding returns over timeRead More...
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Samsung's Doing Everything It Can to Make the Galaxy Fold's Crease Invisible

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Fold flexible smartphone-slash-tablet isn’t without tradeoffs. For one, it might be way thicker when folded than virtually any other modern smartphone—potentially as thick as a Nintendo Switch—while the way it folds is pretty awkward. And like its competitor the Huawei Mate X, it has a big…Read more...
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Co-Working Boom Reflective of Fundamental Change in Mindset recently asked Philippe Houdard, co-founder of Pipeline Workspaces, to discuss the forces behind the growth in flex space in the Sunshine State and what it means for the future of co-working space here.
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Global IT Firm Cisco Systems Opens Tech Development Center in Singapore

International tech and IT firm Cisco Systems has opened a Co-Innovate Center in Singapore, the Bangkok Post reports on Feb. 25. Cisco CTO Dave Ward reportedly said that the new center — there are 14 worldwide — will help stimulate the development of new technology in the region. The branch in Singapore will purportedly concentrate on cybersecurity, the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain technology.
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Angkor decline gradual rather than catastrophic: study

Angkor, the ancient capital of the Khmer empire, appears to have suffered a gradual decline rather than a catastrophic collapse, according to a study published on Monday. Archaeologists and historians have long sought to explain the 15th-century abandonment of Angkor, with many attributing it to the 1431 invasion by Thai forces from Ayutthaya. "The historical record is effectively blank for the 15th century at Angkor," said Dan Penny, a member of a team of Australian and Cambodian archaeologis...
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Canada asking other nations to expand Venezuela sanctions

Canada is talking to its partners about expanding sanctions on the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro, which is under growing pressure to step down, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Monday. "We have put many of the senior leaders in the Maduro regime on our sanctions list. Freeland, speaking on a conference call after the regional Lima Group block met in Bogota to discuss the Venezuelan crisis, did not give details.
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What can writing down your meals do for weight loss?

The more often people log what they eat, the more weight they may lose, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Vermont. “Logging your food intake is one of the best predictors of losing weight and keeping it off,” Dr. Jean Harvey, professor of nutrition at the University of Vermont and the lead author of the study, told ABC News. Approximately 40 percent, or 93.3 million adults in the U.S. are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Startup Gets Ready for Factory Robots Working Alongside Humans

The company raised $15 million late last month, bringing total financing to around $28 million, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Patrick Sobalvarro said in an interview. Veo’s proprietary technology uses lidar sensors to create real-time maps of factory work spaces, so that robots can slow or stop completely when human workers get too close. There are more than 2 million industrial robots in operation worldwide, mostly toiling inside metal safety cages.
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Oil steadies after selloff; market eyes Trump intervention

Oil prices edged higher on Tuesday, finding steady ground after tumbling more than 3 percent in the previous session when U.S. President Donald Trump called on OPEC to ease its efforts to boost the market. International Brent futures were at $64.95 a barrel at 0108 GMT, up 20 cents, or 0.3 percent, from their last close. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $55.54 per barrel, up 5 cents, or 0.1 percent.
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Elon Musk’s Lawyers Defended Tweet to SEC as Rehash of Vetted Statement

The tweet “was intended to recapitulate” a statement from an earnings call 20 days earlier -- and pre-approved by Tesla’s general counsel -- in which Musk predicted Model 3 output “should allow us to get to the 10,000 vehicles a week rate or very close to it by the end of the year,” according to the attorneys’ Feb. 22 letter to the SEC included in court filings Monday. The company’s attorneys stressed that Tesla and Musk take seriously their responsibility under the settlement reached with the ...
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Jorge Ramos, Univision Team Detained During Interview With Nicolás Maduro

A Univision Media team led by Jorge Ramos was detained at Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Venezuela, on Monday, according to Univision. They were reportedly in the process of interviewing Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro when Maduro had them detained because “he didn’t like the questions,” Univision said. They have…Read more...
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Gird Your Loins: This Is How Soon You Can Expect Spring Allergy Season to Arrive

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you probably know that it's best to be prepared for the start of Spring by getting ahead of your symptoms before they completely wipe you out. So, when can you expect those warmer temperatures to arrive?
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3 "Digital Twin" Stocks for Your Portfolio

Growth in the Internet of Things is spurring interest in digital twins. Here's how you can make money from it.
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The ESA captures stunning images of ancient waterways on Mars

Mars as we know it today is a dusty, dried-up ball of rock with a little bit of ice here and there, but things were much different a long time ago. Through the various missions undertaken by NASA and the European Space Agency we've known for a while now that Mars once had a whole lot of water on its surface.Now, a new set of images from ESA's Mars Express satellite offers a look at what was once a very wet area of the Red Planet. The photos show a landscape that, aside from the obvious i...
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Samsung and Huawei Double Down on Apple's High-Price Phone Strategy

Apple kicked off the trend in 2017 with the iPhone X. Its latest premium iPhones, the XS and XS Max, cost as much as $1,450. This past week, Samsung and Huawei doubled the bet, pricing their folding phones at $1,980 and about $2,600, respectively. Apple’s rivals have co-opted the company’s strategy of trying to squeeze more cash out of stagnating unit sales, pushing the price of some phones well above what many people would pay for a laptop computer.
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Roundup weed killer factor in man's cancer, US court told

The weed killer Roundup was a "substantial factor" in the cancer of a US man who developed a lump in his throat after decades of spraying his garden, his lawyer said Monday at the start of the first ever federal trial targeting its manufacturer for negligence. Edwin Hardeman, 70, treated his property in Sonoma County, California, regularly with the Monsanto-made herbicide from 1980 to 2012 and was eventually diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, the San Francisco court heard. The weed killer ...
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China defense budget likely to defy slowing economy due to Taiwan worries

The defense spending figure is closely watched worldwide for clues to China's strategic intentions as it develops new military capabilities, including aircraft carriers and anti-satellite missiles. In 2018, China unveiled its largest defense spending increase in three years, setting an 8.1 percent growth target for the year, fuelling an ambitious military upgrade program and making its neighbors nervous. China plans to set a lower economic growth target of 6-6.5 percent in 2019 compared with l...
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Climate change kills off clouds over the ocean in new simulation

We all know climate change is affecting weather systems and ecosystems around the world, but exactly how and in what way is still a topic of intense study. New simulations made possible by higher-powered computers suggest that cloud cover over oceans may die off altogether once a certain level of CO2 has been reached, accelerating warming and contributing to a vicious cycle. A paper published in Nature details the new, far more detailed simulation of cloud formation and the effects of solar radi...
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Blue whales 'hedge their bets' in search for food: study

Every spring, the largest animals in the world, blue whales, migrate from their winter breeding grounds off of Costa Rica to the coast of the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Now, a team of US government and university scientists think they have the answer. As for the blue whales, "they're using their memory," said Briana Abrahms, a research ecologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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Trump's Nominee for U.N. Ambassador Has a Poor Record With the World's Biggest Problem

What, you expected someone who says climate change is real and needs urgent action?
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Google Translate Can Help Doctors Bridge the Language Gap With Patients—but It's Not Flawless

Doctors who serve diverse communities often face the challenge of communicating effectively with patients who don’t share their language. Some doctors are bridging this gap with help from Google Translate, an AI-driven app that has become increasingly sophisticated in recent years. But while a new study from…Read more...
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The Dark Knight Returns in These Seriously Cool DC Collectibles From New York Toy Fair

DC Collectibles brought out lots and lots of Batman for this year’s New York Toy Fair. But don’t worry, some other characters got a chance to shine too and there’s a Harley Quinn “statue” you have to see to believe.Read more...
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Brexit to harm UK's cherished health service, experts say

Although a no-deal Brexit was the worst scenario, even a negotiated divorce from the European Union would also damage the National Health Service (NHS), the experts said in a review published in The Lancet journal. Britain is scheduled to leave the bloc on March 29th, and Prime Minister Theresa May has yet to secure parliament's backing for her negotiated EU withdrawal agreement. The Lancet review, led by three UK health policy specialists, found that even under this deal or potential variatio...
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How to Navigate a Health Emergency

Your stomach starts to cramp. The pain is so sharp and sudden that it’s hard to walk. What do you do? Health emergencies are rarely anticipated, and in the panic of the moment—when seconds matter...
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Europe's Populist Right Threatens to Erode Climate Consensus

The analysis, published Tuesday by the Berlin-based policy researcher, underscores the challenge climate advocates face entering European Union elections in May, which could challenge the durability of the bloc’s goals amid broad social and economic uncertainty. “Most of the narratives used to counter climate and energy policies are fundamentally rooted in economic or social justice grievances,” according to the report’s authors Stella Schaller and Alexander Carius. Support for right-wing popu...
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ZTE's Stunning 5G-Fueled Rally May Still Have Legs in 2019

ZTE’s embarked on a remarkable comeback. The smaller rival to closely held Huawei Technologies Co. became one of the 10 best performers on the MSCI China Index this year after soaring roughly a third over the past week, propelled by growing optimism over its role in next-generation wireless as well as seeming progress in U.S.-Chinese trade talks.
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American Gods Season 2 Opens With a Question About Belief and Faith

When last we saw Mr. Wednesday and his man Shadow in the finale of American Gods’ first season, the coming war between the deities of old and the new gods looking to usurp them became that much more real. For the first time, the gods decided to begin involving humans in their conflict in a much larger, more…Read more...
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Sanofi, Regeneron lose U.S. patent challenge to Amgen cholesterol drug

Amgen Chief Executive Robert Bradway said in a statement that the company was "thankful that the jury weighed the evidence carefully and recognized the validity of Amgen's patents." Regeneron and Sanofi said in a statement they disagreed with aspects of the ruling and would seek to have it overturned. "We will continue to vigorously defend our positions against Amgen's overly broad patent claims," Joseph LaRosa, Regeneron's general counsel, said in the statement. Thousand Oaks, California-bas...
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More Internal Facebook Documents Leak Online, Revealing How Facebook Planned to Sell User Data

At the end of 2018, in a dramatic series of events, lawmakers in England had a sergeant-at-arms storm to an American tech executive’s hotel room and insisted on the release of confidential documents from his company’s ongoing lawsuit against Facebook. Then, in the style of vigilante hackers, the lawmakers posted many…Read more...
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Venezuela hit with new U.S. sanctions after clashes over food aid on border

As Colombia's foreign minister warned about "credible threats to the life" of Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido, the Trump administration also took its pressure campaign to the United Nations Security Council, asking it to discuss the situation in Venezuela, diplomats said. The U.S. Treasury Department's sanctions were imposed on four Venezuelan state governors allied with the government of President Nicolas Maduro, blocking any assets they control in the United States.
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