Google announced Wednesday that it will unveil a modular smartphone in Puerto Rico this year as part of a pilot program that will allow people to choose their own hardware based on their needs and interests.
The company will partner with Mexico-based carrier Claro and local carrier Open Mobile to offer the product, which will be sold from free-standing stores that look like food trucks, said Jessica Beavers, a Google marketing executive.
Opec will not cut its oil output to support prices but expects higher-cost producers to do so, the United Arab Emirates energy minister insisted on Tuesday as oil plunged near six-year lows.
While Suhail bin Mohammed al-Mazroui was speaking, Brent crude dropped 4 per cent to below US$46 a barrel following a 5 per cent plunge on Monday, continuing a rout that has more than halved its value in the past six months.
Tesla Motors’ CEO Curses, Sweats the Tiniest Details and Wants More Competition
When Elon Musk , who loudly disdains the traditional auto industry, makes his first public appearance in Detroit in two years on Tuesday, it will be easy to see how much has changed since then.
The gap in the U.S. workplace between the highest and lowest paid has been growing for years. Far less noticed has been the growing gulf in retirement pay.
While the very top often continue to receive executive pensions as well as other benefits, most workers are left only with their 401(k) plans.
Employees, students , shoppers , residents of multi story apartment buildings and others all across America will be skipping the elevator and escalator on Wednesday January 7th and taking the stairs in recognition of “National Take The Stairs Day.”
The methane that leaks from 40,000 gas wells near this desert trading post may be colorless and odorless, but it’s not invisible. It can be seen from space.
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