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Trump says he takes responsibility over Covid-19 as Biden enjoys large poll lead – The Guardian

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 15% among registered voters nationally and holds a 20-point lead when it comes to who Americans trust to handle the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new poll out o…
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Editorji Tech Wrap: Jio takes on Zoom, crime chat network cracked & more – Hindustan Times

Editorji Tech Wrap: Jio takes on Zoom, crime chat network cracked & more – Hindustan Times
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Dow Jones Takes A Hit, But 5 Top Growth Stocks Buck The Trend – Investor’s Business Daily

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BP Takes $17.5 Billion Write-Down, Expects Oil Price to Stay Low – The Wall Street Journal

LONDON—BP PLC is writing down as much as $17.5 billion of its assets and might leave some of its oil and gas in the ground because of lower energy prices and weakened demand amid the global crisis caused by the novel coronavirus.

The British energy giant sees the pandemic—which caused nationwide shutdowns and drove U.S. oil prices into negative territory—having a lasting economic impact, leading to fragile energy demand and sinking prices. The virus will also accelerate the world’s shift to a lower carbon economy, BP said,…

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iFixit takes a look inside Apple’s Magic Keyboard – Engadget

Apple’s Magic Keyboard works so well that it blurs the line between iPads and full-blown Macs. Now, iFixit has taken a closer look at what’s inside its keys as well as its sturdy, elegant trackpad, which we called one of Magic Keyboard’s biggest selling points in our review. Apparently, the trackpad uses a lever system with just one button at the center. That means you’re clicking that one button wherever you press on the trackpad, whether it’s the corners, the edges or the center of the structure.

We’ve updated our Magic Keyboard X-ray view with some Teardown-Lite trackpad disassembly. It’s even more neat than we thought! https://t.co/GDi00cXr0e pic.twitter.com/VHbVthcJSj

— iFixit (@iFixit) May 11, 2020

Unfortunately, iFixit has yet to dismantle the whole keyboard due to social distancing rules — the trackpad was the only part of the device its team could take apart easily. They used X-ray to scan the inside of the keyboard, though, and found scissor (instead of butterfly) switches. It also has large metal plates where your palms typically rest likely to prevent bending and serve as weights to stabilize the device when attached to an iPad.

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