Despite negative rhetoric from the Trump administration, the tech job market contains jobs aplenty for Americans.
Putin’s six nuclear-capable flights near U.S. airspace this week are an attempt to coerce the U.S., and prove he cannot be trusted.
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Lawyers for the Alphabet Inc. unit say Uber didn’t reveal it had a second secret LiDAR sensor. Uber denies it was developing the additional vision system.
With the average gamer’s age being 35, it’s not uncommon to have parents who might be better at games than their children. Cartoon by Steve Napierski.
Talks with IMF and eurozone have dragged on for months, but fresh funds needed so Greece can pay debt due in July
It is “urgent” to reach an agreement on a loan program for Greece but a commitment is still required from Athens on reforms and from Europe on debt relief, a senior IMF official said on Friday.
“It is urgent that we agree on a program and that we conclude these discussions because it’s taking a toll on the Greek economy,” Poul Thomsen, head of the IMF’s European department, said. “There is no doubt about that, it’s serious.”