No deal? A messy Brexit would cost U.K. families $345 a year

No deal? A messy Brexit would cost U.K. families $345 a year

UK, EU head to ‘court’ over Brexit Britain needs a new trade deal with the EU. If it fails to secure one as part of divorce talks with Brussels, a study published Tuesday predicts that higher prices will cost British households an extra £260 ($345) a year. Read More

Airbus buys majority of embattled Canadian jetliner program

Airbus buys majority of embattled Canadian jetliner program

5 stunning stats about airlines Airbus (EADSY)on Monday announced it was acquiring a majority stake in rival Bombardier’s embattled C Series airliner program, reshaping the landscape in the transatlantic battle against plane maker Boeing. The C Series had come under attack this year from Boeing, (BA) which alleged that Bombardier had sold the 100 to → Read More

Australia's Qantas hops ahead with first nonstop flight to Europe

Australia's Qantas hops ahead with first nonstop flight to Europe

Here’s why airlines overbook Finally, after 93 years, Australian airline Qantas gets to fly the way it’s always wanted. The Australian airline on Monday took delivery of the first of eight 787-9 Dreamliners from Boeing. It’s a jet that Qantas is pinning its future to — part of a years-long turnaround from record losses. Read More

Facebook acquires beloved teen app 'tbh'

Facebook acquires beloved teen app 'tbh'

Facebook unveils standalone VR headset, Oculus Go Facebook just nabbed a popular new teen app called tbh. Teens have been flocking to the app — named after the acronym frequently used in texts, “to be honest” — to participate in anonymous polls and give feedback to friends. The app creators control the content of the → Read More

President Trump's mysterious absence from conservative talk radio

President Trump's mysterious absence from conservative talk radio

Why hasn’t Trump done more radio? President Trump has invited The New York Times into the Oval Office. He’s granted behind-the-scenes White House access to Time magazine. And he’s sat for interviews with the network news. But there’s one medium the president has conspicuously ignored: conservative talk radio. If there were ever a medium built → Read More

Google Photos can now identify your pets

Google Photos can now identify your pets

Google Lens makes your camera smarter than you Your furry friends are finally getting acknowledgment that they’re not just an important part of the family — they’re also an essential part of your photo library. Google (GOOG) announced on Monday its Photos service can now recognize pets. Users will be able to see pictures of → Read More

Netflix to spend up to $8 billion on programming next year

Netflix to spend up to $8 billion on programming next year

You can now take Netflix on the road Netflix and chill doesn’t come cheap. The company said Monday that it will spend as much as $8 billion on shows and movies in 2018, up from $6 billion earmarked for content this year. The boost in spending comes at a time when tech giants like Apple → Read More

Australia takes on revenge porn

Australia takes on revenge porn

Her nude photos leaked online. Now she’s fighting back The Australian government wants to help victims of revenge porn. A new online reporting portal from the country’s eSafety Commissioner’s office aims to assist people who have suffered from the spread of intimate, nude or sexual images distributed without consent. Revenge porn has affected one in → Read More

Producers Guild moves to expel Harvey Weinstein

Producers Guild moves to expel Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein loses another lawyer The Producers Guild of America has become the latest Hollywood organization to condemn Harvey Weinstein, moving to expel the film mogul from its ranks in a meeting on Monday. The group’s board voted unanimously to “institute termination proceedings” against Weinstein, the Guild said in a statement. Weinstein will have an → Read More

California will make one year free at community colleges

California will make one year free at community colleges

How to talk to your kid about paying for college California just became the latest state to reduce the cost of a public college education. Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday that will make one year free for students at the state’s 114 community colleges, so long as they are residents and new students → Read More

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