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CheapAir: Buy Your Next Flight In Monthly PaymentsIf you would love to take a dream vacation but don't have the cash, you can now buy airline tickets and make monthly payments.
Apple Expected To Reveal New iPhone On Sept. 7Apple is expected to show off a new iPhone next week when the company holds its fall product launch event in San Francisco.
EU Orders Apple To Pay Up To 13B Euros In Back TaxesThe U.S. Treasury Department is expressing disa Apple will have to pay 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) plus interest to Ireland after the European Union found the U.S. tech company had paid next to no tax for over 11 years. ppointment over a ruling that will make Apple pay billions in back taxes to Ireland.
U.S. Ready To Hand Over Internet Control On October 1stFlip the switch and the lights go on. Hit the starter button and the engine turns over. Type in an Internet domain name and the Web page pops open.
Safety 1st Strollers Recalled Due To Safety issueDorel Juvenile is recalling about 20-thousand strollers sold under the brand name Safety 1st due to a defect that could cause a child to fall out.
Members Of Congress Demand Info On EpiPen Price HikeLifesaving EpiPens have skyrocketed in price. Now members of Congress are demanding answers.
Sensors, Other Devices Can Help Prevent Hot Car Deaths If left behind, a sweltering hot car can be a danger to children inside it but some devices on the market can help prevent that situation.
Ford Recalls Over 88K Vehicles Due To Stalling ProblemFord issued a recall on more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. over concerns the engines could stall without warning.
McDonald's Recalls Millions Of Happy Meals Fitness BandsMcDonald's has issued a recall of millions of fitness bands given away in Happy Meals due to concerns they might cause skin irritations or burns to children.
AT&T To Provide Cellphone Roaming, Other Services In CubaAT&T plans to provide enhanced roaming and other cellphone services for customers visiting Cuba.
AAA: Tech In New Cars Contribute To Rise In BreakdownsA report from AAA shows a record number of drivers need help on the road. The company responded to millions of calls for roadside assistance last year - many of them drivers in newer cars.
Thrill-Ride Accidents Spark New Demands For Regulation While in some states, thrill rides that hurl passengers every which way are inspected, other states don't even require a once-over.

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