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Apple is shifting investors' attention to the iPhone installed base instead of unit sales — here's why - CNBC
Apple CFO Luca Maestri noted that Apple now has 900 million iPhones in active use, and said the company will update this number periodically. By focusing on this number, Apple shifts attention to the huge potential of its services business as iPhone sales slo…

Samsung's One UI, which will power the Galaxy S10, makes US debut on the Galaxy S9 - CNET
Samsung aims to make it easier for people to navigate their phones.

NFL Cancels Maroon 5 Super Bowl Halftime Show Press Conference - TMZ
The Super Bowl halftime show presser has been canceled.

Google Takes Its First Steps Toward Killing the URL - WIRED
Google wants to get rid of URLs. But first, it needs to show you why.

Gwyneth Paltrow Slams Lawsuit Over Alleged Hit-and-Run Ski Accident - E! NEWS
The actress allegedly broke the man's ribs and caused a brain injury

Kamala Harris: Attack on Jussie Smollett was 'modern day lynching' - New York Post
Democratic presidential contender Kamala Harris ripped the brutal attack on “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett in Chicago, where cops said the assault was possibly a hate crime. “@JussieSmollett is one…

A Robot Named 'Tappy': Huawei Conspired To Steal T-Mobile's Trade Secrets, Says DOJ - NPR
In an indictment that reads like a spy caper gone awry, the Justice Department alleges that the Chinese device maker urged its employees to sneak intel about T-Mobile's brilliant testing robot.

2019 Super Bowl weather in Atlanta: Winter weather advisories, warnings leading up to Rams vs. Patriots - CBS Sports
While Mercedes-Benz Stadium has a roof, some interesting weather could cause issues in Atlanta

Melting glaciers in the Canadian Arctic have revealed landscapes not seen in 40,000 years - CNN
The Canadian Arctic may be having its warmest century in at least 115,000 years, according to a study published this month in the journal Nature Communications.

'Life-Threatening Arctic Blast' Surges Into Midwest, Barreling Toward Eastern U.S. - NPR
The National Weather Service warned of a "very dangerous" cold air mass, prompting governors to declare emergencies and school districts to shut down.

NASA is back to work, but the effects of the government shutdown linger - The Verge
This week, thousands of civil servants and contractors are back at work at NASA’s various centers throughout the country following a record 35-day government shutdown — but it will be a while before it’s work as usual again at the agency. The shutdown will un…

Intel officials reveal the greatest threats to US national security - New York Post
Russia and China remain the greatest threats to US security, ISIS has not been defeated and North Korea is unlikely to abandon its nuclear weapons program, the nation’s top intelligence official sa…

Who Wins and Who Loses From PG&E’s Bankruptcy - The New York Times
The California utility’s bankruptcy filing sets up a complicated legal case that could raise electricity rates and hurt power suppliers while generating hundreds of millions in lawyers’ fees.

Nevada licenses Jon Jones to fight at UFC 235 - ESPN
The NSAC voted unanimously in favor of granting a one-fight, conditional license to UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, which keeps him eligible to compete.

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