Netanyahu’s rivals race to finalise bid to unseat him

Israel’s opposition leaders are locked in frantic final-hour negotiations to nail down a minority government that could potentially end prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year reign as premier of the Jewish…

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LG has reportedly stopped making smartphones

LG has taken an important step toward shutting down its mobile business. The last LG phones have rolled off the production line and the company will no longer manufacture handsets…

Google Photos’ free unlimited storage ends tomorrow

Like it or not, the moment is nearly here: Google Photos is ending its free unlimited storage on June 1st. From then on, any photo you upload (including compressed “storage…

This bag has lasted me nearly 20 years

It was 2004, I needed a backpack for university, and the only requirement was that it had to be pretty hard-wearing. Textbooks are weighty, cumbersome and numerous, and I needed…

‘Freedom is not a western commodity’: Inside Iranian reformers’ battle for change

For more than two decades, Hossein Yazdi, a political activist, has campaigned in Iranian presidential elections, determined to bring about change in the conservative theocratic state. But now, 42-year-old Yazdi,…

Instant Pot Ultra cookers are 50 percent off at Amazon for Memorial Day

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Save over $100 on this portable personal air conditioner

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Share price ‘pop’ in US IPOs falls by half

Investors are no longer falling over themselves to put money into US initial public offerings, reducing the chances that a company will be able to price their shares above expectations…

Brexit shrank UK services exports by £110bn, academics find

Brexit shrank UK services exports by more than £110bn over a four-year period, new research shows, highlighting the far-reaching trade implications of Britain’s decision to break away from the EU.…