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25 Apr 5:10pm Amazon makes $1bn a month as growth slows
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Jeff Bezos touts results but report, which reveals Amazon tracks and fires workers who miss productivity targets, casts shadow Amazon made a profit of more than $1bn a month for the first three months of the year, the company announced on Thursday. The retail and tech giant reported a profit of $3.6bn for the three months ending 31 March as sales reached $59.7bn. Profits were more than double last year’s and the company has now recorded four straight quarters in a row of record profits.
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25 Apr 12:42pm Cabinet launches inquiry to find source of Huawei leak
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Senior members of UK cabinet scramble to deny responsibility for leak regarding Chinese firm An inquiry has been launched by the cabinet secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill, in the aftermath of this week’s leak of a decision by the National Security Council to allow Chinese firm
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25 Apr 8:01am Days Gone review – a game of fun and fury, signifying nothing
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The highly anticipated postapocalyptic adventure builds a believable, thrilling world, but populates it with cardboard cut-out survivors After only 10 minutes, you realise something about Days Gone that will come to mind throughout the next 20 hours or so: it is as if Far Cry was set in a B-movie version of
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25 Apr 6:11am May faces calls for inquiry over Huawei leak
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Labour and Tory MPs pile on pressure to find and sack leaker amid suspicions it could be work of leadership rival Theresa May is under growing pressure to find and sack the minister, aide or official responsible for a national security leak that revealed the government will allow the Chinese firm Huawei to supply equipment for 5G mobile phone networks. Labour and Tory MPs called on the prime minister to order an official leak inquiry led by the cabinet secretary amid suspicions that a minister with leadership ambitions handed over the information to further their own career.
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25 Apr 5:36am Facebook takes down far-right groups days before Spanish election
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Investigation uncovered networks reaching 1.7m people that were spreading fake news Facebook has taken down several networks that were spreading far-right content to nearly 1.7 million people in Spain, days before
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25 Apr 5:00am Best smartphone 2019: iPhone, Huawei, Samsung and Google compared and ranked
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Our updated list of the top iOS and Android mobile phones – at the best prices right now Need a new smartphone but don’t know which one is the very best? Here’s a guide comparing the current top-end smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Huawei and others to help you pick the best handset for you. There has never been a better time to buy a new flagship smartphone with many quality handsets available at a wider range of prices than ever before. Whether your priority is two-day battery life, fantastic camera performance or a spectacular screen, there’s plenty to choose from.
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25 Apr 3:00am How do I buy a laptop with an encrypted hard drive?
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Derek needs to find a laptop with Windows 10 Home’s device encryption to keep his data safe I want to buy a new Windows 10 laptop for home use, and I want one with device encryption capability, so that the boot drive is encrypted. Until recently, this has only been possible with Windows Professional editions using BitLocker. I now see that if a laptop has the right specification,
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24 Apr 7:18pm Tesla earnings: company posts surprisingly large losses in delayed report
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Firm reveals losses of $2.90 a share after waiting more than an hour after markets close Tesla posted larger-than-expected losses in its first-quarter earnings report, as the company struggles with production rates and was forced to raise prices on a number of its cars. The electric carmaker reported a loss of $2.90 a share in its filing, weaker than
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