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Starbucks Customers Across US Would Now Be Able to Order From Their Android Devices

Starbucks customers across all of its 7,500 U.S. company-operated shops would be able to use the Mobile Order & Pay service to place orders as the company managed to complete the nationwide sale enhancing strategy three months ahead of schedule. Customers would be able to order form their...

Deezer is Planning IPO

The French music streaming service Deezer announced plans for IPO on the Paris stock exchange before the end of the year in order to attract investment to deal with Apple and Swedish service Spotify, according to The Wall Street Journal. On Tuesday, the company said that the preparation for...

Home Like In-flight High Speed Braodband in Europe Soon

Passengers travelling on European short-haul flights will now be able to access the high speed via broadband internet in flight. Built by Britain's Inmarsat and Deutsche Telekom, the services would be offered using a combined satellite and air-to-ground network. Providing levels of speed and...

$1 Million Bounty for Anyone Who Can Jailbreak iOS 9

In what is being clubbed as the world's biggest zero-day bug bounty program, Zerodium, the zero-day acquisition platform, announced  bounty of one million dollars for researchers who can provide the firm with exploits for Apple's latest iPhones.   The company said that it would...

Volkswagen Shares Plunge Worst Ever on Emission Scandal, Germany to Investigate its Europe Emission Data

Riddled with allegations of rigging the U.S. emissions tests and after Germany too announcing investigations into whether the company had tampered with data in Europe too, the German car maker Volkswagen saw its worst day ever at the stock market with the company shares falling more than 20 percent...

Apple’s iOS9 Update Runs into Trouble after Users Report Device Crashing During Upgrade

Following previous complaints, significant number Apple Inc customers have reported that their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system, reported Reuters. There have been similar launch glitches for the US based tech giant in the past. The...

Luxurious First Class Suits for Boeing Dreamliners of British Airways to take off This Week

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner of the British Airways is ready to accommodate its first customers. Built to reinstate luxury, the cabins are more spacious and completely leather stitched. They are more spacious too and only 8 suits can be accommodated instead of the usual 14 in other Boeing models....

Apple vs Samsung: the Truce was Temporary

The Court of Appeal in the United States banned use a number of functions in Samsung devices, which, in the opinion of the court, violate Apple’s copyrights. In particular, those are slide-to-unlock, auto-correction and quicklinks. The judgement allows restricting sales of devices with such...

Interest Rates To Remain Steady As Per Fed’s Decision

Fed keeps the interest rates on a steady footing which caused quite a bit of movement in the global financial market. The bond values rose in the market as the stocks of developed market dropped whereby yields came down sharply which followed the citation of the U.S. Federal Reserve wherein it did...

GM to Pay $ 900 million for the Deaths of 124 People

General Motors Corp. today announced that it has reached an agreement with the US Department of Justice for the settlement of a criminal investigation related to the concealment of a defect ignition switch and misleading consumers. Under the terms of settlement, GM will pay $ 900 million for the...
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