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Apple Card will not run Google, Samsung offers its own credit card

Apple CEO Tim Cook launches Apple Card. Screenshot of Jessica Dolcourt / CNET Apple on Monday introduced Apple Card a credit card that exists as both a virtual card in Apple's Wallet app and a physical card (to be fair, it's titanium not plastic). Apple's cards come out after digital money companies PayPal, Square and PayPal-owned Venmo have all introduced …

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Three pioneers in the artificial intelligence Win Turing Award

SAN FRANCISCO – In 2004, Geoffrey Hinton doubled on his quest for a technical idea called a neural network. It was a way for machines to see the world around them, recognize sound and understand natural language. But scientists had spent more than 50 years on the neural network concept, and machines couldn't do any of that. Withdrawn by the …

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The first OCR decision to be made by the new Monetary Policy Committee was going to be interesting anyway, but now it promises to be compelling

By David Hargreaves Well, if the Reserve Bank was concerned nobody was going to be interested in the first Official Cash Rate decision to be made by the new Monetary Policy Committee in May, they need not have been. But in any case, Governor Adrian Orr has just ensured that absolutely all will be on the committee come May 8. …

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Reunited: Award-winning show dog lost at Atlanta Airport found safe – Story

ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) – An appreciated show dog is back with his loving owner on Tuesday after a wild adventure at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Gale, an American Staffordshire Terrier, was missing Saturday after being checked in for a flight near the international terminal. Officials said that Gale came out of his coffin and walked on the airfield. The …

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California may require companies to switch to electronic receipts

Comically long revenues have inspired Halloween costumes, stoked social media outrage and received the investigative journalistic treatment. Now California's lawmakers are considering breaking down on waste and energy savings. The bill from the congregation's Phil Ting passed its first obstacle on Monday when the National Assembly's Natural Resources Committee voted 6-3 to send the legislation to the next committee hearing. …

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