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Canada seeks exemption to Trump’s steel tariffs vows retaliation

Canada is seeking an exemption to new U.S. trade restrictions on aluminum and steel, and is vowing to retaliate if slapped with any new...

All star team of synthetic biologists raise $53 million for cancer therapy startup Senti

A who’s-who from the world of synthetic biological research have come together to launch Senti Biosciences with $53 million in funding from a slew...

Google Chrome warning Easy to fall for scams discovered make sure YOU don’t get...

Google Chrome fans have been put on alert about what links they click on when surfing the net after a number of terrifying scams...

People are monstrous it comes back Bill Murray on Hollywood abuse scandal

Bill Murray has discussed Hollywood’s sexual misconduct scandal, saying “if people are monstrous it comes back”. The Ghostbusters and Lost In Translation star, 67, spoke...

Pulsating aurora spotted Canada helps explain northern lights origin

Scientists have figured out what causes pulsating auroras, a rarely seen form of northern lights in the night sky. And it was partly thanks...

Several people injured in shooting incident at entrance to NSA headquarters

Several people were injured Wednesday during a bizarre shooting incident outside the entrance to the super-secret National Security Agency after a vehicle tried to...

Google raises price of YouTube TV adds Turner Network sports shows

Alphabet Inc's Google is raising the price of its YouTube TV online service for new customers as it adds channels from Time Warner Inc's...

Vimeo wants to power Facebook Twitch and YouTube livestreams

Vimeo made clear its focus on its creator community last year when it introduced livestreaming tools, now it's expanding its efforts with new distribution...

Customize the Google Pixel 2 Always On Display’s Brightness without Root

Google’s latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, are the first Google smartphones to offer an Always on Display feature. Other...

Google Chrome ad blocker goes live tomorrow to kill annoying online ads

Google is acting against what it describes as ‘intrusive’ adverts, by firing up an integrated ad blocker in the Chrome web browser as of tomorrow, February 15. What this...