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Year: 2019

DHS Is Backing Away from Requiring U.S. Citizens to Submit to Facial-Recognition

The Homeland Security Department is taking a step back from requiring that the US residents submit to facial-recognition technology once they leave or enter the country. The department stated Thursday that it has no plans to expand facial recognition to…

New Study Says Single-Celled Organism Can Change Its Mind

Once a single-cell life claimed sole dominion over the earth. For some 3 billion years, unfathomable generations of unicellular organisms ate, grew, and reproduced amongst only one another. They developed into predators and prey, thrived and unfold throughout the primordial…

Walmart Launches New In-Home Delivery Services

Walmart is launching its new service to make in-house deliveries whenever a person is away; the retail giant Walmart announced Tuesday. The world’s largest private employer said the new program had become a reality for the following cities: Pittsburgh, Vero…

Taco Bell Concern with Their Customer’s Safety First by Recalling 2.3 Million Pounds of Beef

After a customer discovered a metal shaving in their menu item, Taco Bell has recalled 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef. Shares of parent-company Yum Brands have been lower on the news. Julie Masino, president Taco Bell Corp. North America,…

Fuel Cell System Technology Used in Carnival Corp. Cruise to Support Environment

A first-of-its-kind fuel cell system technology will soon power a Carnival Corp. cruise ship, and the company stated on Monday. The debut of the hybrid system will happen on AIDA Cruises by 2021. AIDA is Carnival’s German-based cruise line. The…

A Charging Problem Caused a Temporary Pause to Electric Motorcycle Production of Harley-Davidson

A charging drawback has brought on Harley-Davidson to temporarily idle production of its LiveWire electric motorcycle. The company is conducting tests to research the issue in what is seen as a significant setback for the motorcycle maker, based on the…

Xbox One Updates That Rolling Out by Microsoft

On the October 2019 Microsoft Xbox One update providing notable features is the fact that parents can now set time limits that can apply to not only the console itself but besides, Android phones and devices, and computers will be…

A Merge Between 2 Companies Are a Step Closer to Becoming the Second-Largest Aerospace Company

Aerospace company United Technologies, including defense contractor Raytheon, is one step close to becoming the second-largest aerospace company as shareholders accepted an alliance of the two businesses. The companies collectively announced on Friday that shareholders “voted overwhelmingly” to approve all…

Ine Soreide Stated in an Email to AFP About Complexity and Changing Nature of the Situation of Defense Export

Turkey’s invasion into northeastern Syria this week has been engaged with international condemnation; however, it’s additionally influenced something by a schism between members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). On Thursday, Norway’s Foreign Minister Ine Soreide announced in an…

The Jury in Philadelphia Ordered Johnson & Johnson to Pay $8 Billion

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $8 billion in punitive damages in a case involving the way that the anti-psychotic drug Risperdal was marketed. Some male patients have argued that the drug caused them to grow large breasts…