Black Panther Reveals Secret of Iron Man’s New Armor

The Black Panther movie will reveal Wakanda to the MCU – along with the mystery of Iron Man’s new Infinity War armor. It’s possible that even devoted Marvel fans won’t even have noticed that Iron Man is sporting a new armor for The Avengers: Infinity War, let alone that it would be a mystery if he were (Iron Man has more […]

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How Business Losses Work to Offset Income

Let’s say you have a loss in your business for the year. Can you get a tax refund for that loss? Getting some benefit from your business loss depends on the legal type of business you own and whether your investment in the business is “at risk” in whole or in part. It also depends on whether […]

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Net Operating Loss (NOL)

What is a Net Operating Loss? A net operating loss (NOL) results from the situation in which a business or individual has more allowable tax deductions than it has taxable income. In this case, the business has negative income, or a net operating loss. That’s the bad news. But the good news is that you may be able to […]

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In the battle for the future of voice computers, Google is moving fast

At last week’s Consumer Electronics Show, the Google Assistant was inescapable. There was a “Hey Google” ad on the side of the Las Vegas monorail, a reference to the magic words for invoking voice commands with the Google Assistant. The search giant also had a massive booth with a slide, which infamously got flooded out during […]

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Amazon’s Checkout-Free Grocery Store Is Opening to the Public

In the shadow of Amazon’s offices in downtown Seattle, people enter a tiny grocery store, take whatever they want, and then walk out. And nobody runs after them screaming. This is what it’s like to shop at Amazon Go, the online retail giant’s vision for the future of brick-and-mortar stores. There are no checkout clerks, or […]

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Will VR be the future of reading?

Over the course of the last decade e-readers have been the best way to consume ebooks and other digital content. The batteries last over a month and it is quite easy to purchase content from Amazon, Kobo or Barnes and Noble. Will e-readers continue to be popular in the next decade, or will VR usurp […]

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Google Play Store will soon start selling audiobooks

Fans of audiobooks will soon have another option, as 9to5Google has reported that the Google Play Store will soon be getting a dedicated audiobook section. The Play Store already has some audiobooks available through its music section, but it is a bit disorganized and the selection isn’t as robust as what you’d find on Audible or other competitors’ websites. […]

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