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(Berlin) -- Audi is getting back into the electric car business. More than two years after abandoning its electric R8 sports car, the German automaker is reviving the model amid the success of cars like the Tesla Model S and the BMW "i" series. The new model has a range of 280...
(Barcelona) -- Microsoft is introducing two new smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Spain. The Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL are scheduled to hit stores in April. Stephen Elop is the executive vice president of mobile devices at Microsoft and says they are offering a...
(Undated) -- President Obama says China will have to change its plans for foreign technology companies if it wants to do business with the United States. Obama told an interviewer Monday he's concerned about China's plans for a sweeping counterterrorism law requiring tech firms...
(Juneau, AK) -- Investigators are trying to figure out what caused an oil pipeline to break on Alaska's North Slope. State officials said Monday over 4-thousand gallons of oil mixed with water and gas have leaked from the pipeline. The ruptured pipe sprayed oil on about 38-...
(Undated) -- Target is going after younger food shoppers. The "Wall Street Journal" says the retailer is shifting its food focus to groceries that attract young shoppers, urban dwellers and Hispanics. According to the "Journal," Target is moving toward being less reliant on...
(Savannah, GA) -- Shippers are redirecting cargo traffic to the East Coast because of labor slow downs on the West Coast. The "Atlanta Business Chronicle" reports the switch is now being made permanent. The Port of Savannah and other major ports in the East reported ten-percent...
(Washington, DC) -- A new U.S. Senate bill would require vehicle owners to have safety-recall repairs done before being allowed to renew their auto registration. The bill introduced Monday would make exceptions for cases where the manufacturer doesn't have the parts or labor to...
(Chapel Hill, NC) -- Teenagers have no trouble buying e-cigarettes online. A new study published in the "JAMA Pediatrics" journal say teenagers can buy e-cigarettes on the Internet about 94-percent of the time. The study by the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill showed...
(Toano, VA) -- Lumber Liquidators is seeing their stock drop after a report on the television program "60 Minutes." The story said the flooring retailer sold flooring made in China that contains levels of formaldehyde that surpasses California health standards. Since the story...