Donald Trump’s outlook on climate change could help economy, Alabama expert says – AL.com


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Donald Trump's outlook on climate change could help economy, Alabama expert says
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Views on climate change has varied over the years for President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File). Print Email · Paul Gattis | pgattis@al.com By Paul Gattis | pgattis@al.com The Huntsville Times Email the author | Follow on Twitter
Paris Climate Agreement Enters into Force, But is it the Beginning of the End?CounterPunch


Weather vs. Climate: Why Trump's Global Warming Stance Is FlawedYahoo News
Climate Change This Week: Trumped By Climate, Record Solar Surge, and More!Huffington Post
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Black Friday bonanza will see £2bn spent at the tills today and £4bn by Monday – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Black Friday bonanza will see £2bn spent at the tills today and £4bn by Monday
Daily Mail
Millions of Black Friday shoppers splashed the cash online today on a record-breaking day of sales – but high street stores were empty as people stayed indoors. The Bullring in Birmingham opened three hours early at 7am as staff anticipated a rush of
How Britons Are Chasing Black Friday Bargains OnlineFortune


Black Friday: What to Know Before You Go ShoppingABC News
Black Friday 2016: Best And Latest Deals Already LivePatch.com
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How Become A Verified Artist On Spotify

In this piece, Chris Robley walks us through the twelve steps to becoming a verified artist on Spotify, including attaining the requisite 250 followers necessary for such verification to take place. ____________________ Guest post by Chris Robley on DIY Musician 12 steps to acquiring 250+ followers on the world’s most…

Xiaomi admits it doesn’t make money on smartphone hardware sales – TechCrunch


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Xiaomi admits it doesn't make money on smartphone hardware sales
TechCrunch
Xiaomi's business model isn't about selling handsets, except insofar as those handset sales lead to recurring service revenue later on. So said Xiaomi global VP and former Android VP Hugo Barra in an interview with Reuters. The executive for the device …
Xiaomi sales plummeting, company remains unfazedPhone Arena


Xiaomi says shrinking smartphone sales won't hit the companyReuters
Hugo Barra: “Xiaomi could sell 10 billion smartphones and not make a profit”Android Authority (blog)

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Spotify, Amazon Prime Music Lure New, Returning Customers with Deep Discounts

The practice of music streamers offering deep year end discounts continues this holiday season with Spotify and Amazon Prime Music both offering incentives to lure new and returning customers. ______________________________________ Just in time for Black Friday and the holiday shopping season, Spotify and Amazon Prime Music are both offering premium…

Payments provider Stripe has raised another $150M at a $9B valuation – TechCrunch


TechCrunch

Payments provider Stripe has raised another $150M at a $9B valuation
TechCrunch
Stripe — the company that lets websites and apps incorporate payments services by way of an API and a few lines of code — has raised another round of funding, a Series D of $150 million at a $9 billion valuation pre-money; $9.2 billion post-money. At
Stripe's Valuation Nearly Doubles to $9.2 BillionWall Street Journal


Digital payments startup Stripe valued at $9 billionSFGate
Payments Startup Stripe Valued at $9 Billion in New FundingBloomberg
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Svalbard heads for average temperature around 0 – Salon


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Svalbard heads for average temperature around 0
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Svalbard heads for average temperature around 0 FILE – In this Friday June 13, 2008 file photo, a polar bear stands on an ice floe near the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, Norway. Scientists said Friday, Nov. 25, 2016 that Svalbard has seen such
Svalbard sees 'shocking' temperatures near freezing pointBeckley Register-Herald



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Japan plans superefficient supercomputer by 2017 – PCWorld


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Japan plans superefficient supercomputer by 2017
PCWorld
Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) is targeting deep learning applications with its next supercomputer, called AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure (ABCI), due to go live by the end of 2017. Credit: Japan's
Japan plans 130-petaflop China-beating number-crunching supercomputerArs Technica


Japan looks to create a superfast supercomputer for deep learningTechCrunch
The race to build the fastest supercomputer just sped upWashington Post
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