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Report: Verizon takes most activations for Q1, data points to why T-Mobile and Sprint have resumed merger talks

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

CIRP is out today with new data on carrier activations and growth for Q1. Unsurprisingly, Verizon and AT&T took the top two spots for the most activations, but T-Mobile did gain more new customers than any other provider. 246 more words

Technology

Westworld season 2 takes cues from The Walking Dead — and it kinda, sorta works

(Source: www.vox.com)

Few TV shows feel as much like a solid hour of high-intensity cardio as Westworld.

When I reach the end of any given episode, I feel like I’ve put in the effort, but I also feel a little deflated, like I’m going to have to sit for a second before I can climb a flight of stairs. 1,517 more words

Lifestyle

Chinese courier takes elderly mother on rounds with him because her Alzheimer’s means she cannot be left alone

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

Chinese courier takes elderly mother on rounds with him because her Alzheimer’s means she cannot be left alone

A courier in southwest China has been taking his elderly mother along with him on his rounds because her Alzheimer’s means she cannot be left on her own for long periods, a news website has reported. 235 more words

Current Affairs

Doing Innovation: Creating Economic Value - Book 4: What It Takes To Be An Innovator MOBI

In watching successful innovation clusters evolve around the world, we’re beginning to see the theory of creating an innovation ecosystem being successfully Joseph Schumpeter; Born (8) 8 February 1883 Triesch, Moravia, Austria–Hungary (now Třešť, Czech Republic) Died: 8 Online forum closed. 602 more words

November

J&J baby powder litigation takes new focus with asbestos claims

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

NEW YORK: A US$117 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson and a supplier could open a new front for thousands of cases claiming the widely-used product caused cancer, legal experts and plaintiffs lawyers said on Monday (Apr 16). 703 more words

Current Affairs

J&J Baby Powder litigation takes new focus with asbestos claims

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

By Tina Bellon

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A $117 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson <JNJ.N> and a supplier in favor of a man who said his asbestos-related cancer was caused by long-term use of J&J’s Baby Powder could open a new front for thousands of cases claiming the widely-used product caused cancer, legal experts and plaintiffs lawyers said. 694 more words

Current Affairs