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Suddenly everyone wants 'super-hot' heat pumps

SINTEF has developed the world's "hottest" heat pump together with its industrial partners and colleagues at NTNU. It recently held its third conference on the topic of high-temperature heat pumps.

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US regulators scrutinize Musk's Twitter stock buys

US market authorities have asked Elon Musk to explain an apparent delay in reporting his Twitter stock buys, the agency revealed Friday, the latest questions on the methods and intent of his troubled bid for the platform.

Business

The cost of cloud services

There are millions of people around the world who now use remote computer systems to store and even process their files. There are many providers offering cloud services in a highly competitive market. In order to differentiate ...

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Musk wars with Twitter over his buyout deal—on Twitter

Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised that taking over Twitter would enable him to rid the social media platform of its annoying "spam bots." Now he's arguing—without presenting any evidence—that there might be just too many of ...

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Emirates Air lost $1 billion, but that's an 80% improvement

One of the world's biggest airlines and the Mideast's top carrier, Emirates Air, said Friday it lost $1.1 billion over the past fiscal year, but that figure still marks an 80% improvement from the year before. The airline ...

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