Alexandria, Louisiana (CNN)The men shuffle in a line across a lonely tarmac, one by one. Some men walk in sneakers without laces. Some sport navy blue prison-issue shoes. One wears work boots, still stained with paint.This may be the last time they touch US soil. The Boeing 737 beside them is bound for Guatemala City. And these men, like all passengers on ICE Air, have one-way tickets.In the past year, the United States has deported nearly 100,000 people on
By all accounts, Google's Pixel and Pixel XL were failures. It's not easy to admit, but outside of tech nerd circles, nobody really cared about them. The tech giant's first premium phones were good phones that fell short of challenging Samsung and Apple's dominance. But don't think for a second that Google's tossing in the the towel anytime soon. The Pixels are here for the long, long haul. In fact, Google's new Pixel 2 and 2 XL come out
Lines at Apple stores should start dying down following the unveiling of the iPhone 8—at least, that’s what we’ve come to expect any other time a new model has rolled out. Instead, people are queueing up to buy Apple’s discounted iPhone 7, a device it released more than a year ago. Apple’s old iPhone 7 is outselling the new iPhone 8, according to Reuters, citing broker KeyBanc Capital Markets. And while it’s not unusual to see a sales bump for an older
Is every company an electric car maker these days?China's largest SUV manufacturer Great Wall Motor Co. on Friday said it Take S&T Motiv Co. or Hanon Systems. The two South Korean auto parts suppliers make motors and thermal management systems, respectively. They're generating an increasing percentage of revenue from electric cars made by Hyundai Motor Co., General Motors Co. and Tesla.LIDAR sensors, which measure distance using light and which are produced by companies including Apple supplier Sunny Optical Technology Group
It was in a Las Vegas hotel room where, prosecutors claim, the head of an elite youth basketball team from Florida and a coach from the University of Louisville planned their strategy to steer a young phenom to the Cardinals.They agreed it would take cash for the teenager and his family, payments they’d have to hide from the National Collegiate Athletic Association, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Tuesday. The youth coach said Adidas would help out, that the
About a decade ago, when Eric Castien was writing a history of Real Madrid soccer stars, he asked scouts and coaches what defined the greats. “They all pointed to their head and said, ‘It’s in between the ears, something complex, maybe even magic,’ ” the Dutch journalist and entrepreneur recalls. Could they be more specific? Not really.Castien went looking. In 2012 he met Ilja Sligte, an assistant professor at the University of Amsterdam and a rising star in cognitive neuroscience.
win over Wall Street and convince wary investors that he has a plan to reverse a three-year stock slide. With profits and market share falling, Ford is being outmaneuvered by competitors such as Tesla Inc. when it comes to getting electric vehicles and autonomous technology on the road. The former football player is trying to rewrite this reality by focusing on the company’s “fitness” and opening up to more partners and potential acquisitions.Ford shares rose 0.5 percent to $12.40
Tim CookImage: AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCKThe leak of basically everything about Apple's iOS 11 and its new iPhones removes any and all mystery about the company's event on Tuesday. Short of Apple CEO Tim Cook rolling onto stage in an Apple iCar, there are few surprises left. Not that there was much to begin with. For some time now, Apple's events have been so thoroughly spoiled for us that the days of Steve Jobs adding "one more thing" and then summarily blowing