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Ten most read topics in the news

The world is nothing without events. Different activities and incidents occur on daily basis. Let’s have a look at ten of our ‘most read topics’ in the news. These topics are arranged alphabetically for your convenience. QUICK NEWS – Summary of latest world news. 1. Celebrities news: This can be seen in Celebrities Archive as

Car thief remotely locked in a stolen vehicle

BMW remotely locks car thief in stolen vehicle until cops arrive A car thief awoke from a sound slumber Sunday morning to find he had been remotely locked inside a stolen BMW, just as Seattle police officers were bearing down on him. Hours earlier, the thief had reportedly been out prowling cars with some friends

Grocery store with no checkout

Amazon just announced Amazon Go, a grocery store with no checkout Amazon is the web’s largest retailer, but the company has long been planning a move into the brick-and-mortar retail scene as well. Now, the reports that Amazon was hard at work on a revolutionary corner store concept have finally achieved fruition. It’s called Amazon

Verizon buys Yahoo for $4.8 billion

Just last year, Verizon which is the nation’s largest wireless carrier bought AOL for $4.4 billion. Now it has acquired Yahoo for $4.83 billion. The acquisition of Yahoo by Verizon automatically marks the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet. Yahoo is parting with its email service and websites which

Nigerian astronaut lost in space needs $3m

Nigerian astronaut lost and stranded in space needs $3m to get home – Has Nigeria’s first astronaut REALLY been stranded in orbit on a secret space station for the past 17 Years? The letter or email below is circulating like wildfire on the internet. In case you receive it, please consider it to be a

London’s first driverless cars revealed

These airport shuttle pods have been revealed as London’s first driverless vehicles. The electric pods, which resemble small automated train carriages, are currently being used at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 and they will take to the capital’s roads this summer.