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As well as the unveiling of the long-awaited articulated lorry project, the company also had a surprise in its back pocket - namely a new version of its Roadster sports auto. The Semi is expected to go into production in 2019. Most recent yet, Walmart has placed an order for five electric trucks for the USA and 10 for Canada.
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    Xbox One X Is for Gaming Connoisseurs, Says Xbox Head

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    UberAir-the official name of this endeavor-will be tested in Dallas-Fort Worth, Dubai, and Los Angeles. In interviews with the United States media overnight, including Bloomberg , Jeff Holden, Uber's chief product officer, confirmed the ride-hailing company had signed an agreement to work with NASA on "unmanned traffic management" systems.
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    The chipmaker filed the lawsuit against Apple on Wednesday in California state court in San Diego, adding yet another front to their bitter legal battle. Qualcomm alleged that in July, Apple emailed Qualcomm to request "highly confidential" information about how its chips work on an unidentified wireless carrier's network.
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    Hundreds line up in Sydney for Apple iPhone X launch

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    Apple Inc forecast revenue for the holiday shopping-quarter largely above market expectations, allaying investor concerns about production delays on the eve of the launch of the highly anticipated iPhone X . The company is also set to sell the HomePod, a Siri-powered speaker to answer both Amazon's Echo line and Google's Home speakers. According to the reports, Where the primary requirement for iPhone X has been the title of extremely consideration and the announcement of the iPhone 8 had ...
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    Rogers iPhone X Pre-Orders Try to Launch But Website Goes Down

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    Shares of Twitter soared over 18 percent on Thursday after the company reported that it expects to be profitable for the first time ever during the next fiscal quarter. Wall Street rejoiced at Twitter's performance-company stock was up almost 15 percent in morning trading. "This quarter we made progress in three key areas of our business: we grew our audience and engagement, made progress on a return to revenue growth, and achieved record profitability", said Jack Dorsey, Twitter's CEO.
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