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Love coffee? This robot makes 100 cups in an hour
Science

Love coffee? This robot makes 100 cups in an hour

From preparing meals to actually delivering them, robots are taking charge of every major task in the food-tech industry.
Amazon accidentally gives 99% discount on Prime Day sale
Business

Amazon accidentally gives 99% discount on Prime Day sale

During the recent Amazon Prime Day sale, a few photography enthusiasts left a lot happier than they would have imagined.
Chandrayaan-2: ISRO's moon mission is cheaper than 'Avengers: Endgame'
India

Chandrayaan-2: ISRO's moon mission is cheaper than 'Avengers: Endgame'

Fifty years after Apollo 11 made the historic Moon landing, India's second Moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, plans to "go where no country has ever gone before": the satellite's South Pole.
American Airlines staff makes woman 'cover up' before boarding flight
World

American Airlines staff makes woman 'cover up' before boarding flight

A US woman was temporarily removed from an American Airlines flight for wearing "inappropriate" clothing. Tisha Rowe (37), a resident of Houston (Texas), said she and her 8-year-old son weren't allowed to board the flight until she "covered up."
MacKenzie Bezos to get $38bn in world's biggest divorce settlement
Business

MacKenzie Bezos to get $38bn in world's biggest divorce settlement

Months after the couple announced their split, MacKenzie Bezos (48) will walk away with $38 billion as she divorces her husband, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (55), anytime this week.
US embassies in India hoist Pride flag, defying Trump administration
World

US embassies in India hoist Pride flag, defying Trump administration

Despite the United States Department of State's rejection of all embassy requests to hoist LGBTQ+ rainbow flags to mark Pride month, several US diplomats around the world, are doing it anyway.
Amazon accused of spying on children via Echo Dot Kids
Science

Amazon accused of spying on children via Echo Dot Kids

Just last month, Amazon drew major criticism when it was revealed that the company's employees had access to Alexa voice recordings of many users and the power to track their locations.
Wealthy Muslim family behind Sri Lanka attack that killed 359
World

Wealthy Muslim family behind Sri Lanka attack that killed 359

Locals of Dematagoda, a quiet suburb in Sri Lankan capital Colombo, had no clue that a wealthy family in the neighborhood was planning something sinister behind closed doors.
Here's what the first 'Avengers: Endgame' reviews have to say
Entertainment

Here's what the first 'Avengers: Endgame' reviews have to say

The first reviews for the highly-anticipated Avengers: Endgame are out and from the looks of it, the film has no intention to disappoint its exceedingly loyal fans.

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