Google Open Sources Chrome for iOS

Google Open Sources Chrome for iOS Article Comments   Today, 2:38 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper Google today said it has made an open source version of its Chrome browser for iOS available to developers. Google says today’s news is the result of year’s worth of work. “Due to constraints of the […]

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Jewish Centers Around the U.S. Targeted by Bomb Threats

Jewish Centers Around the U.S. Targeted by Bomb Threats Jewish centers around the country received bomb threats on Tuesday, with 14 centers in 10 states reporting them, according to the JCC Association of North America. “While the situation is developing, most have already received the all-clear from local law enforcement and resumed regular operations, with […]

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Watford beat Arsenal thanks to early double

Watford beat Arsenal thanks to early double Arsenal’s Premier League title hopes suffered a huge blow with a shock home defeat as Watford secured their first top-flight win over the Gunners since 1988. Former Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul lashed in the opener within 10 minutes for Watford with a shot from outside the area which […]

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On Alaska’s Coldest Days, a Village Draws Close for Warmth

On Alaska’s Coldest Days, a Village Draws Close for Warmth By KIRK JOHNSON January 31, 2017 BEAVER, Alaska — In a season of short days and long nights, life in this village just below the Arctic Circle hugs tightly around the places of light and warmth, in living rooms by roaring wood stoves or the school gym […]

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HTC loses another key executive as global vice president leaves after 12 years

HTC loses another key executive as global vice president leaves after 12 years Another top-ranking figure has left HTC as Global Executive Vice President Jason Mackenzie announced the end of his run with the Taiwanese consumer electronics firm via Twitter, saying Monday was his final day. Previously employed at Siemens, he moved to HTC in 2005, […]

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