Chip hacks: How much is your device at risk?

Chip hacks: How much is your device at risk?

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Related posts: Bank of England urged to share Brexit plan details AA sacks boss Bob Mackenzie for ‘gross misconduct’ VW and Toyota join rivals with diesel scrappage schemes US employment growth misses forecasts for August
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Debenhams shares dive after weak Christmas trade

Debenhams shares dive after weak Christmas trade

Image copyright Reuters Department store chain Debenhams’ shares have sunk 15% after it warned that annual profits would be lower than expected because of disappointing trading over the key Christmas period. The retailer said underlying pre-tax profits w...
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Sharp rise in flu hospital admissions in England

Sharp rise in flu hospital admissions in England

Image copyright Getty Images There was a sharp rise in hospital admissions in England for confirmed flu cases in the last week of December, Public Health England figures show. There were 114 admissions to intensive care with confirmed flu and...
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Colman’s to leave Norwich base after 160 years

Colman’s to leave Norwich base after 160 years

Image caption Colman’s Mustard has been made at the same factory in Norwich since 1858 Mustard maker Colman’s is to leave its base in Norwich where the condiment has been produced for 160 years. Colman’s, which employs 113 people at...
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Mexico fugitive ex-governor Roberto Borge extradited

Mexico fugitive ex-governor Roberto Borge extradited

Image copyright AFPImage caption Roberto Borge (centre) was arrested in Panama in June Panama has extradited the fugitive former governor of the southern Mexican state of Quintana Roo to Mexico. Roberto Borge, who was governor from 2011 to 2016, was...
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Opioids that hit different brain target could be less addictive

Opioids that hit different brain target could be less addictive

Over 900 people died last year in Philadelphia from opioid overdoses, a 30 percent increase from 2015Description:Spencer Platt/Getty By Sam Wong New opioid drugs with less addictive potential could be on the way thanks to a study revealing how morphine...
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Cancer death rates fall as Americans quit smoking

Cancer death rates fall as Americans quit smoking

Cancer death rates in the US continued to fall between 2014 and 2015, extending a 24 year decline, according to the latest figures from the American Cancer Society. The 1.7 percent decrease means that nearly 2.4 million fewer people died...
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Women who don’t like their breasts at risk of cancer

Women who don’t like their breasts at risk of cancer

Women who are unhappy with the size of their breasts are less likely to check them for any cancerous lumps, new research suggests. And scientists found those who are conscious their breasts are too small or large are less likely...
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Dow Jones hits 25,000 for first time

Dow Jones hits 25,000 for first time

US stock markets opened at new highs on Thursday, with the blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average crossing 25,000. The gains extended an eye-popping run for Wall Street, which has surged over the last 12 months amid growth in the...
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Health secretary apologises for cancelled operations

Health secretary apologises for cancelled operations

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionVaughan Gething said patients waiting for planned surgery would understand there were ‘genuine emergencies’ Patients whose routine operations have been cancelled due to winter pressures on t...
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Teen Idol Frankie Lymon’s Tragic Rise and Fall Tells the Truth About 1950s America

Teen Idol Frankie Lymon’s Tragic Rise and Fall Tells the Truth About 1950s America

That voice! Those apple cheeks! Arms wide, head back, he radiates joy, even in antique black and white. That beautiful soprano flying high, talent and presence and just enough ham to sell it all. And it was a great story,...
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