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Apple Watch could go up in price if Trump’s $200 billion list of tariffs go into effect

“That $200 billion list of tariffs is in a public comment period” writes Stephen Nellis for businessinsider.com. It is possible that the products from Apple, Fitbit and Sonos no longer fall under tariff codes in the $200 billion list, trade experts said.The latest round of U.S. tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods could hit the Apple Watch, health trackers, streaming music speakers and other accessories assembled in China, government rulings on tariffs show.All three companies declined to comment on the proposed tariff list.But if the list goes into effect…

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Apple Watch, FitBit could feel cost of U.S. tariffs

“The rulings name Apple Inc’s watch, several Fitbit Inc activity trackers and connected speakers from Sonos Inc” reports businessinsider.com. It is possible that the products from Apple, Fitbit and Sonos no longer fall under tariff codes in the $200 billion list, trade experts said.That $200 billion list of tariffs is in a public comment period.But if the list goes into effect this fall, the products from Apple, Fitbit and Sonos could face a 10 percent tariff. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Every 2018 San Diego Comic-Con panel you want to watch out for

“Moderated by Keith Crofford, senior vice president of production for Adult Swim and executive producer of 12 oz” writes Jul Edt for polygon.com. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Salim Akil, Mara Brock Akil, and Sarah Schechter.Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan join executive producer and showrunner Angela Kang and executive producers Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Alpert, and special effects makeup supervisor and executive producer Greg Nicotero. Source: polygon.com Share This:

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Aly Raisman and over 140 other Larry Nassar survivors deliver a powerful moment at the ESPYs

“But on Wednesday night, these brave women gave us another powerful image as over 140 of them came together on stage in Los Angeles at ESPN’s ESPY awards to accept the network’s Arthur Ashe Award for Courage” writes Marcus Gilmer for mashable.com. And that image was both heartbreaking yet powerful and inspirational. Source: mashable.com Share This:

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Watch out, birders: Artificial intelligence has learned to spot birds from their songs

“Now, thanks to a bit of crowdsourcing and a lot of artificial intelligence (AI), researchers say they have something to crow about” writes Matthew Hutson for sciencemag.org. The best previous algorithm they tested had an AUC score of 79.AI algorithms can be as finicky as finches, often requiring manual calibration and retraining for each new location or species. Source: sciencemag.org Share This:

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More people are subscribing to Netflix and Amazon than pay-TV in a historic power shift

“There’s been a historic power shift in the way people are watching television in the UK. For the first time ever, more people are subscribing to Netflix, Amazon, and other online video services, than pay-TV providers, including Sky” writes Jake Kanter for businessinsider.com. Ofcom said 71% of those with a Netflix, Amazon, or Now TV sub are also pay-TV customers.Nearly 40% of Netflix subscribers turn up “to watch original series,” Ofcom said, based on a survey of 3,324 people. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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This new job will pay you to sleep

“For more information, visit here and watch Simba’s job video here” writes Katie Avis-riordan for cosmopolitan.com. High-tech sleep brand, Simba, is advertising for candidates to join their new ‘Dream Team’ on Airtasker, an online marketplace for jobs and tasks.The job is a one-month sleep experiment to determine how different factors impact our sleep patterns.The job was posted on Airtasker UK by Simba’s CEO, Steve Reid, with the aim of finding the three perfect candidates to help the company discover what creates the perfect night’s sleep.To apply, applicants just need to…

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Here’s when today’s Wimbledon final starts where you live — and how you can watch it live online

“Audiences in the UK will be able to watch live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Red Button” writes Alan Dawson for businessinsider.com. If you don’t know when the 2018 Wimbledon Championships final starts, or how you can watch each match live online, fear not — Business Insider has your back.You will also be able to watch Wimbledon on Hulu Live, SlingTV, and DirecTV Now. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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