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T-Mobile is expanding its rural home internet service to 450 more areas

T-Mobile is bringing its LTE home internet service to more people. Angela Lang/CNET T-Mobile has announced an expansion of its Home Internet pilot to 450 more areas, which it says…

European Leaders Ask Commission to Name Areas of Strategic EU Weakness | World News

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders asked their Brussels-based executive on Friday to name strategic areas where the bloc relies too much on countries such as China and the United…

Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico areas to watch for tropical storms

Historically, hurricane season peaks about Sept. 10, activity typically in top gear leading into October. But this year’s hyperactive September came screeching to a halt Friday, when Teddy and Beta…

Researchers concerned about prey and predator species in post-fire logging areas

UBCO researchers say post-fire salvage logging destroys removes important regenerating habitat for a variety of species including the snowshoe hare. Credit: Angelina Kelly. New research from UBC Okanagan shows that…

NASA narrows source of leak on the space station to 2 areas

NASA is hunting for the source of a leak on the International Space Station. The agency has tested most of the station but still hasn’t found the source. That means…

IBM unveils 5 in 5 research areas around climate and environmental challenges

In tandem with the United Nations, the company is pledging to use its resources to enable a more sustainable future in five areas in five years. Image: IBM IBM on…

Goldman’s global stock chief says tech investors should expand beyond the usual mega-cap favorites and focus on these 3 specific areas

Brendan McDermid/Reuters Peter Oppenheimer – the chief global equity strategist at Goldman Sachs – said in a Bloomberg interview that investors should diversify out of popular mega-cap tech names…

Citi CFO on cutting office footprint, moving workers to low-cost areas

Citigroup’s CFO, Mark Mason, said the erroneous $900 million wire the firm recently sent was a chance to speed up plans to update the bank’s risk technology.  Speaking on Monday…