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Hyundai vows to produce longer-range electric car

Korean carmaker Hyundai is wading further into the electric vehicle market, promising a car that can go 500km (311 miles) on each charge. Hyundai already has an electric model on the market, but its range lags behind its competitors’ models. Along with its affiliate Kia, Hyundai is planning 31 …

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Apple boss Tim Cook joins Donald Trump condemnation

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has become the latest boss to criticise President Donald Trump over his response to the white nationalist rallies in Virginia.Mr Cook said he did not agree there was a “moral equivalence” between white supremacists and “those who oppose them”.Mr Trump has disbanded two business …

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Apple CEO critical of Trump in leaked memo

Apple CEO Tim Cook has become the latest US executive to criticise Donald Trump over his reaction to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr Cook said he disagreed with the US President’s comments that there was blame on “many sides” for the clashes between white nationalists and counter …

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HBO social media hacked in latest cyber security breach

HBO’s Facebook and Twitter accounts have been compromised in the latest cyber security breach to hit the firm.A group called OurMine appeared to take control of the main HBO accounts, as well as those for the network’s shows including Game of Thrones.One posts said “OurMine are here. we are …

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Cornish fish restaurant named best in the UK

A Cornish fish restaurant has been named best in the UK, after five years at the top for the previous winner.The Good Food Guide put Port Isaac’s Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, named after its owner, just ahead of Cumbria’s L’Enclume, ending its winning run. Traditional favourites such as Heston Blumenthal’s …

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What's in a name?

China has banned companies from registering weird and long names.Last year, Beijing banned any more “bizarre” buildings. In recent years the country has seen buildings shaped like a teapot and another resembling a pair of trousers. Now, China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce has continued the government’s crusade …

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Fracking: Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped'

The gas reserves in shale rocks in the UK have been “hyped”, a geology professor has warned.Prof John Underhill from Heriot-Watt University said UK shale deposits were formed 55 million years too late to trap substantial amounts of gas.He said the government would be wise to formulate a Plan …

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Business councils disband over Trump remarks

Media playback is unsupported on your device President Trump has said he is scrapping two business councils after more bosses quit over his handling of violent clashes in Virginia. Business leaders left the White House manufacturing council after the backlash against how he reacted to the far-right rally last …

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