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The Hindu
Trump celebrates Diwali at White House, hails contributions of Indian-Americanstoo joined the festivities. “Happy Diwali! May the festival of lights spread l
The Hindu / Posted 7 hours ago
too joined the festivities. “Happy Diwali! May the festival of lights spread love, peace & prosperity to all!” Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a tweet. “Today, let’s light up the world with the glow of our diyas and the warmth in our hearts. From my... Read more
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asianage
Apple, GE partner to bring Predix industrial apps to iPhone, iPadrich history of innovation across the industrial world in areas like aviation,
asianage / Posted 9 hours ago
rich history of innovation across the industrial world in areas like aviation, manufacturing, healthcare and energy,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “Together, Apple and GE are fundamentally changing how the industrial world works by combining GE’s... Read more
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Fortune
Get an Up Close Look at Apple's Project Titan Self-Driving CarEver since Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company is working on “autonom
Fortune / Posted 17 hours ago
Ever since Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company is working on “autonomous systems” for cars, details have trickled out as well as a few public sightings of the technology Now, thanks to the co-founder of self-driving car startup Voyage,... Read more
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CNET
Apple Car Release Date, Price and Specsquestion. Apple sells an awful, awful lot of smartphones without having the mea
CNET / Posted 19 hours ago
question. Apple sells an awful, awful lot of smartphones without having the means to build any of them. In fact, it was Tim Cook (as Senior Vice President and later Chief Operating Officer) that largely pushed Apple out of the manufacturing... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple and General Electric partner to bring Predix industrial apps to iPhone and iPad – MacDailyNewsrich history of innovation across the industrial world in areas like aviation,
MacDailyNews / Posted 20 hours ago
rich history of innovation across the industrial world in areas like aviation, manufacturing, healthcare and energy,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, in a statement. “Together, Apple and GE are fundamentally changing how the industrial world works by... Read more
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express
Forget iPhone X, Apple’s next smartphone might copy this Samsung Galaxy Note featurewith the US Trademark and Patent Office that appear to show a stylus being used
express / Posted yesterday
with the US Trademark and Patent Office that appear to show a stylus being used on a smartphone display. In fact, CEO Tim Cook has previously hinted at the feature in an interview. “If you’ve ever seen what can be created with that pencil on... Read more
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EuroNews
What Will it Take to Get Virtual Reality Right?price point, virtual reality has also had to contend with a reputation that it'
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
price point, virtual reality has also had to contend with a reputation that it's too "anti-social." Even Apple CEO Tim Cook — one of the titans in the tech world — has previously discussed the isolating factor of VR. "Some people say that... Read more
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CNET
Google's Material Design unifies user interface for Android, Webtogether, boasted of fast Google's development pace -- and took a swipe at Appl
CNET / Posted yesterday
together, boasted of fast Google's development pace -- and took a swipe at Apple. A few weeks after Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook dinged Android, Pichai pointed to Android features such as custom keyboards and widgets that will arrive in the... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple, Inc. Nearly Got Into Medical Clinicsis with an ongoing string of investments and partnerships in the medical commun
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
is with an ongoing string of investments and partnerships in the medical community, as well as health-related hires. CEO Tim Cook cares deeply about health and fitness, and believes that Apple can use its weight to do some "good for society."... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple, Inc. Nearly Got Into Medical Clinicsis with an ongoing string of investments and partnerships in the medical commun
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
is with an ongoing string of investments and partnerships in the medical community, as well as health-related hires. CEO Tim Cook cares deeply about health and fitness, and believes that Apple can use its weight to do some "good for society."... Read more
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Mashable
Apple has a lot to say to Al Franken about Face ID on the iPhone XMere weeks away from launch and a month after Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) penned a l
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Mere weeks away from launch and a month after Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) penned a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook voicing privacy concerns over Face ID, Apple has finally responded to his questions in what's clearly a move to pacify any lingering fears over... Read more
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iLounge
Apple explored option of buying health clinic startupof new health technology and applications. While a push into actually deliverin
iLounge / Posted yesterday
of new health technology and applications. While a push into actually delivering health care may seem like a stretch, CEO Tim Cook has presented a grand vision for Apple’s future in the health care field, once saying, “The holy grail of the watch... Read more
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Fortune
This Website Graded Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft on Political Leaningsabortion as an equal right for women.” There’s even a button on the site said
Fortune / Posted yesterday
abortion as an equal right for women.” There’s even a button on the site said to direct site visitors to e-mail Apple CEO Tim Cook directly. The site criticized Google for matching gifts to the Brady Campaign, an effort that 2ndVote says opposes... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple tells U.S. Senate Democrat Al Franken they trained iPhone X’s Face ID system to not be racist, ageist, or sexist – MacDailyNewsafter Apple introduced iPhone X with Face ID biometric security in September, U
MacDailyNews / Posted yesterday
after Apple introduced iPhone X with Face ID biometric security in September, U.S. Senator Al Franken challenged CEO Tim Cook to address the technology’s potential impact on consumer privacy,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. “Apple... Read more
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The Hindu
Apple responds on Face ID privacy concernsAfter a US Senator wrote to Apple CEO Tim Cook, conveying concerns on users’ se
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
After a US Senator wrote to Apple CEO Tim Cook, conveying concerns on users’ security with Face ID biometric security in iPhone X, Apple has responded to him, detailing Face ID’s built-in security features. In September, Senator Al Franken... Read more
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Fortune
Apple Reportedly Considered Buying This Medical Startupcenter “as more of an Apple Store than a doctor’s office,” regarding the center
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
center “as more of an Apple Store than a doctor’s office,” regarding the center’s decor and environment. Apple CEO Tim Cook recently told Fortune that Apple is “extremely interested” in healthcare sees it as a “business opportunity.” “If... Read more
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CNET
Apple answers Sen. Al Franken’s privacy concerns over Face IDisn't the first time Franken has questioned Apple's use of biometrics. In 2013,
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
isn't the first time Franken has questioned Apple's use of biometrics. In 2013, he wrote a similar letter to CEO Tim Cook after the company announced Touch ID, a fingerprint scanner, for its iPhones. Apple has fought for user privacy in... Read more
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Greenwich Time
3 Ways That Your Actions Today Will Shape Your Company's LegacyWhen Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he cert
Greenwich Time / Posted 2 days ago
When Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he certainly didn’t follow the example of Steve Jobs. In the authorized biography he penned, Walter Isaacson explained how Jobs, led by ego and ambition, set out to build a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Apple is putting the finishing touches on its $5 billion campus — including private basketball courtscircumference that has been nicknamed the "spaceship." Luckily, we have drone
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
circumference that has been nicknamed the "spaceship." Luckily, we have drone pilots to give us a closer look: Apple CEO Tim Cook once estimated Apple Park cost $5 billion to build. YouTube/Matthew RobertsWhen everyone moves in, it will support... Read more
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The News-Times
3 Ways That Your Actions Today Will Shape Your Company's LegacyWhen Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he cert
The News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
When Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he certainly didn’t follow the example of Steve Jobs. In the authorized biography he penned, Walter Isaacson explained how Jobs, led by ego and ambition, set out to build a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Apple is putting the finishing touches on its $5 billion campus — including private basketball courts (AAPL)circumference that has been nicknamed the "spaceship." Luckily, we have drone
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
circumference that has been nicknamed the "spaceship." Luckily, we have drone pilots to give us a closer look: Apple CEO Tim Cook once estimated Apple Park cost $5 billion to build. YouTube/Matthew RobertsWhen everyone moves in, it will support... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
3 Ways That Your Actions Today Will Shape Your Company's LegacyWhen Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he cert
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
When Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he certainly didn’t follow the example of Steve Jobs. In the authorized biography he penned, Walter Isaacson explained how Jobs, led by ego and ambition, set out to build a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
3 Ways That Your Actions Today Will Shape Your Company's LegacyWhen Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he cert
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
When Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, spoke about the legacy he wanted to leave, he certainly didn’t follow the example of Steve Jobs. In the authorized biography he penned, Walter Isaacson explained how Jobs, led by ego and ambition, set out to build a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
iPhone 7 Outselling iPhone 8, Channel Checks RevealAccording to a surprising, and not altogether pleasant for Tim Cook and AAPL sh
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
According to a surprising, and not altogether pleasant for Tim Cook and AAPL shareholders new report by KeyBanc Capital Analyst John Vinh, channel checks have revealed that Apple's older iPhone 7 models are outselling the recently launched iPhone 8... Read more
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Canberra Times
People and poor planning not a good mix as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only w
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only way to enjoy computer fruit So Apple CEO Tim Cook believes "learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language" (October 14-15).... Read more
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The Age
People and poor planning not a good mix as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only w
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only way to enjoy computer fruit So Apple CEO Tim Cook believes "learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language" (October 14-15).... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
People and poor planning not a good mix as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
as a blaze of vulgarity fuelled by money. Peter Thomas Rose BayCode not only way to enjoy computer fruit So Apple CEO Tim Cook believes "learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language" (October 14-15).... Read more
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Fortune
Apple iPhone X Took Years to Develop—and It's Just the Beginningvirtual objects appear as if they are in the real world, allowing users to inte
Fortune / Posted 5 days ago
virtual objects appear as if they are in the real world, allowing users to interact with both at the same time. But CEO Tim Cook said this week that his company won’t sell augmented reality glasses anytime soon. Cook said that the technology... Read more
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asianage
Apple to scrap TouchID completely in future: KuoNovember 3. The smartphones come with a price tag of Rs 89,000 clubbed with two
asianage / Posted 5 days ago
November 3. The smartphones come with a price tag of Rs 89,000 clubbed with two storage variants 64GB and 256GB at Rs 1,02,000. At the time of the launch, Apple CEO Tim Cook called iPhone X “the biggest leap forward since the origin... Read more
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Time
The Internet Is All Over Tim Cook’s iPhone Casually Escaping His PocketTim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during the Bloomberg Gl
Time / Posted 5 days ago
Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. The forum, hosted during UN General Assembly week, brings leaders to work together, through... Read more
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Daily Mail
Apple to kill off fingerprint sensors and add FaceID to ALL iPhonescalled Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fin
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
called Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fingerprint reader or physical home button. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, took to the stage of the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's new Apple Park 'spaceship' campus - widely... Read more
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Fortune
Future Apple iPhones Could Take a Cue From Samsung Galaxy Note 8recent years, Apple patents have surfaced that point to the company at least co
Fortune / Posted 5 days ago
recent years, Apple patents have surfaced that point to the company at least considering a stylus for its iPhone. Apple CEO Tim Cook also said last year in an interview with Apple-tracking site Daring Fireball that “if you’ve ever seen what can be... Read more
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Reuters
Activists urge Apple to drop apps that play up Philippine drugs warprinciples,” the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) said in an open
Reuters / Posted 6 days ago
principles,” the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) said in an open letter to Apple’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters. The group listed 131 organizations from... Read more
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Fortune
For a new computer science and engineering building.calling themselves “the friends of Bill and Melinda,” donated $30 million towar
Fortune / Posted 6 days ago
calling themselves “the friends of Bill and Melinda,” donated $30 million toward the project in the couple’s name. Read: Tim Cook Says Learning How to Code is More Important than English as a Second Language The group is a Who’s Who in tech,... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Online petition asks Apple to remove apps based on Duterte’s brutal war on drugssubject of several mobile gaming apps. This prompted several organizations in
Inquirier.net / Posted 6 days ago
subject of several mobile gaming apps. This prompted several organizations in the country to send a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook to “immediately remove apps that are promoting murder, extrajudicial killings, violence and the war on drugs in the... Read more
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CNET
Apple's working on AR glasses but they're still a long ways out Tim Cook says the technology to do augmented reality glasses right doesn't exi
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
Tim Cook says the technology to do augmented reality glasses right doesn't exist right now. The iPad Pro may get the True Depth camera in 2018, and, our NBA 2K18 giveaway!... Read more
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WA Today
Apple chief Tim Cook tells students knowing how to code is more important than learning English as a second languageApple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language. In France for a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron, Cook said coding is the 'language that... Read more
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The Age
Apple chief Tim Cook tells students knowing how to code is more important than learning English as a second language Apple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language. In France for a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron, Cook said coding is the 'language that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Apple chief Tim Cook tells students knowing how to code is more important than learning English as a second language Apple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook has a message for school students around the world: learning how to code is more important than learning English as a second language. In France for a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron, Cook said coding is the 'language that... Read more
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CNET
The myth of responsible encryption: Experts say it can't workthe agency wanted to crack into an iPhone belonging to one of the shooters in t
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
the agency wanted to crack into an iPhone belonging to one of the shooters in the San Bernardino terror attack. Apple CEO Tim Cook said last year that the back door is "the equivalent of cancer," arguing that the master key could be stolen and... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Romeo and Juliet' 3D camera problem could delay Apple's iPhone Xcalled Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fin
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
called Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fingerprint reader or physical home button. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, took to the stage of the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's new Apple Park 'spaceship' campus - widely... Read more
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CNET
Governments keep asking for a backdoor to encryption. It'll never work.the FBI in 2016, even when the agency demanded it needed information from the S
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
the FBI in 2016, even when the agency demanded it needed information from the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone. Apple CEO Tim Cook called the back door "the equivalent of cancer" in 2016, arguing that the master key could be stolen and abused by... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
McCain could give the same thumbs-down to a tax overhaul as he did to health caretax-dodging strategies. In a 2013 hearing, he joined with then-Sen. Carl Levin,
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
tax-dodging strategies. In a 2013 hearing, he joined with then-Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., in criticizing chief executive Tim Cook. "U.S. corporations cannot continue to avoid paying their appropriate share in taxes," McCain told the tech honcho.... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Watch: In Conversation with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the University of Oxford’s Foundry Launch – MacDailyNewsnew Oxford University facility aimed at developing the entrepreneurial skills o
MacDailyNews / Posted 6 days ago
new Oxford University facility aimed at developing the entrepreneurial skills of students has been launched by Apple CEO Tim Cook,” BBC News reports. “The Oxford Foundry is based in the refurbished building that housed the Glee club on Hythe... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple Fans Not as Excited for the iPhone 8 and iPhone Xdelay in purchasing behavior that we think is a consequence of the number of ru
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
delay in purchasing behavior that we think is a consequence of the number of rumors and reports about future products," CEO Tim Cook told CNBC. Apple sold 211.9 million iPhones in 2016, a drop from the 231.2 million units it sold in 2015. Investors... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple Fans Not as Excited for the iPhone 8 and iPhone Xdelay in purchasing behavior that we think is a consequence of the number of ru
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
delay in purchasing behavior that we think is a consequence of the number of rumors and reports about future products," CEO Tim Cook told CNBC. Apple sold 211.9 million iPhones in 2016, a drop from the 231.2 million units it sold in 2015. Investors... Read more
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Daily Mail
How your BO can help you find a matchwas not related to levels of HLA. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
was not related to levels of HLA. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by ISLAM? Arabic embroidery bearing...Apple's Tim Cook predicts augmented reality will be bigger...Phew! House-sized asteroid safely passes 'damn close' to...House-sized... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Groups urge Apple to take down apps related to Duterte drug war— More than a hundred civil society organizations worldwide wrote an open lette
Pilipino Star / Posted 6 days ago
— More than a hundred civil society organizations worldwide wrote an open letter to Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook for the company to remove applications related to President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on illegal drugs. In a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Air pollution kills over 500,000 Europeans a year(399,000 out of 487,600) in 2014. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
(399,000 out of 487,600) in 2014. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by ISLAM? Arabic embroidery bearing...Apple's Tim Cook predicts augmented reality will be bigger...Phew! House-sized asteroid safely passes 'damn close' to...House-sized... Read more
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Daily Mail
Loving your job is actually bad for your career, study findspeople from work-related strain. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
people from work-related strain. RELATED ARTICLES Were Vikings influenced by ISLAM? Arabic embroidery bearing...Apple's Tim Cook predicts augmented reality will be bigger...Phew! House-sized asteroid safely passes 'damn close' to...House-sized... Read more
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