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US judge approves settlement between SEC, Tesla and Elon Musk

As per the settlement announced on September 29, Tesla must appoint an independent chairman, two independent directors and a board committee to set controls over Musk’s communications. Loading On October 4, just hours after the court ordered him and the SEC to explain why their settlement was fair and reasonable, …

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Huawei takes on Apple and Samsung with three-camera Mate20 Pro

Fresh from overtaking Apple to become the world’s second-largest smartphone maker, Huawei has unveiled a new flagship device aimed at taking the top spot. The Mate20 Pro, revealed at an event in London overnight, is billed as a rival to the iPhone XS Max and Samsung’s Galaxy Note9. It includes …

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Huawei takes on Apple and Samsung with three-camera Mate 20 Pro

It also includes a fingerprint sensor behind the display itself, rather than underneath or tucked around the back – something Samsung has tried to innovate into its flagship smartphones, but has so far been absent from commercially available products. The Mate 20 Pro uses processors designed by Huawei, rather than …

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Gatland names uncapped wingers in Wales squad ahead of November Tests

Gatland, who will step down after next year’s World Cup, is keen for Wales to build momentum ahead of the tournament in Japan as he looks to end his 12-year stint in charge on a high. Wales kick off their autumn internationals against Scotland on November. Wales squad Forwards: Rob …

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Embassy relocation divides Wentworth Jewish forum

She said, if elected, she would request a high-level security briefing about whether and when such a move could occur. The forum, hosted by the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies, acquired an extra layer of pertinence on Tuesday, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison credited Mr Sharma having as a significant influence on …

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Curiosity can’t kill Iron Maiden’s cool cat

“Laptop keyboards – I hate the damn things,” he cackles. “I like a keyboard that really makes a racket, so your ears are ringing at the end of the writing session. But I’m a pretty rubbish typist, so I thought, ‘I’ll do it longhand’.” The material provides fodder for his …

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Wollongong woman again denied bail after ‘sugar daddy’ allegedly hit with tomahawk

A Wollongong woman has failed to secure bail for the second time in less than a week over allegations she was involved in the violent standover of a man she met on a “sugar daddy” website. Shannon Haynes has failed to secure bail for the second time in less than …

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Australian embassy announcement is based in sound policy

The seat of Wentworth has a large constituency of Jewish voters and the government’s announcement is overwhelmingly supported and welcomed by the Jewish community. Yet it is far from certain that the announcement will shift votes to the Liberal candidate, Dave Sharma. Sharma, a former ambassador to Israel, is already …

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Target and superquiz, Wednesday, October 17

TARGET 7918 How many words of four letters or more can you make from those shown here? Each letter may be used once per word. Each word must contain the centre letter and there must be at least one nine-letter word. No plurals ending in “s”; no foreign words; no …

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David Leyonhjelm to make a run for State Parliament

Leyonhjelm ended up with nearly 140,000 first-preference votes at the last federal election, and picked up another 40,000 from other candidates as they were knocked-out. On those numbers, he’d even outpoll the Christian Democrats’ Fred Nile (who was definitely not looking at pornography on his Macquarie Street computer in 2010, …

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