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Latest update : 2013-09-20

Apple fans still sweet despite high cost of new iPhones

Die-hard Apple fans queued up around the world to get their hands on the new iPhone 5S and 5c models, but with the cheapest new phone selling for €599, can Apple keep its customers coming back for more? Also, we look at how India’s new central bank governor chose to take the surprise step of raising interest rates after his first monetary policy review.

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2016-05-06 Zimbabwe

Cash crisis brews in Zimbabwe

Cash shortages have led to long lines outside Zimbabwe's banks, as the government imposes limits on daily withdrawals. The central bank has also announced plans to print a new...

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2016-05-05 auto industry

US doubles recall of faulty airbags

The United States road safety authority has ordered that another 40 million faulty airbags, made by the Japanese manufacturer Takata, be recalled. That's in addition to almost 29...

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2016-05-04 Google

Google signs self-driving car deal with Chrysler

Google's parent company Alphabet has signed a deal with Fiat Chrysler to more than double its fleet of self-driving cars. It's the first time Google has partnered with a carmaker...

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2016-05-03 Facebook

Frustration as Brazil shuts down Whatsapp for 72 hours

Brazilians have reacted with frustration to a court order which has seen Whatsapp shut down in the country for 72 hours. The order is over Facebook - which owns the messaging app...

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2016-05-02 debt

Puerto Rico set for biggest default yet

Puerto Rico is set to default on more than $400 million of debt repayments this Monday, as its governor says he's chosen to pay for basic services instead. The US island...

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