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Apple ditches Intel
Global tech giant Apple has opted to use in-house chips instead of those from Intel
Warning over US's second coronavirus wave
A leading authority in the US's fight against coronavirus warns of a second wave
Global stock markets fall amid IMF warnings
Fears of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic have caused financial markets to fall
Texas halts re-opening after coronavirus spike
Texas delays re-opening its businesses after coronavirus cases spike
Facebook will label 'harmful' posts as Coca-Cola and Unilever join advertising boycott
Facebook has come under growing pressure to improve the moderation of users' posts
India bans TikTok and WeChat
India bans 59, mostly Chinese, apps on security grounds, following border clashes
Hong Kong: Life sentences for breaking China-imposed law
It was brought in following increasing unrest and a widening pro-democracy movement.
Canada's battle with coronavirus
It's extended a global travel ban and mandatory quarantine measures
US firms create 4.8 million jobs in June
But a recent spike in Covid-19 cases has raised fears for continued growth.
Washington Redskins agree to review name
The American football team has agreed to review its name under pressure from sponsors.
Tech giants stop giving Hong Kong police user data
Top internet names say they need time to assess the implications of handing over data
Coronavirus: Airborne transmission cannot be ruled out
The World Health Organisation acknowledges evidence of airborne spread of the virus
Pressure on US schools to re-open
The Trump administration threatens to withhold funding for schools that don't co-operate
Will President Trump have to give up his tax returns?
The US Supreme Court has ruled prosecutors can examine the president's financial records
Historic Supreme Court win for Native Americans
The US Supreme Court ruled about half of Oklahoma belongs to Native Americans