NASHVILLE (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump was expected on Monday to sign an executive order to make it easier for the private sector to locate broadband infrastructure on federal land and buildings, part of a push to expand high-speed internet in rural America.
Huawei's flagship phone, the Mate 10, was rumored to be coming to the US this February. The Chinese smartphone maker was reportedly in talks with AT&T to sell its phones, but it looks as if the deal has stalled. According to The Wall Street Journ…
The US market rally begins to falter in the second trading week of 2018, and is expected to weigh on the Australian share market.
The president’s attorneys have been discussing how to avoid a face-to-face encounter or set limits on the session.
England captain Joe Root was admitted to hospital suffering dehydration and exhaustion — it seems appropriate that his last day of a difficult tour should involve the bleary confusion of tiredness, the discomfort of ailment, and the numbing realisation that there was nothing left to save, writes Geoff Lemon.
PARIS (Reuters) – A French prosecutor has launched an investigation of U.S. tech giant Apple over alleged deception and planned obsolescence of its products following a complaint by a consumer organization, a judicial source said on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The former Google engineer fired after he asserted in a memo that biological causes were behind tech industry gender inequality sued his former employer on Monday, saying he was discriminated against as a white man with conservative political views.
One last surprise at the Hisense CES 2018 press conference was this short-throw projector, a 150-inch version of the 4K Laser TV projector it launched last year. The company didn't mention a release date or price tag, but president Liu Hong Xin opene…
Major hurricanes, wildfires, drought and tornadoes have led to highest ever damage costs, as expert says extremes have ‘climate change fingerprints on them’
With three strong hurricanes, wildfires, hail, flooding, tornadoes and drought, the United States tallied a record high bill last year for weather disasters: $306bn, according to a new government report released Monday.
The US had 16 disasters last year with damage exceeding a billion dollars, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) said Monday. That ties 2011 for the number of billion-dollar disasters, but the total cost blew past the previous record of $215bn in 2005.
Romney is widely expected to mount a run for the Senate seat being vacated at the end of this year by the retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).