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China's First Home Made Aircraft Carrier Is Ready For Launch

China's first domestically built aircraft carrier will soon launch in Dalian, Liaoning Province for drills and trial voyages, putting to the test proprietary technology meant to further Beijing's expansion in the South and East China seas, the SCMP reported. A dock at the Dalian shipyard was being filled with water Sunday in preparation for the launch. The Chinese-made vessel is expected to enter service around 2020, joining China's first and only aircraft carrier, a refurbished Ukrainian vessel known as the Liaoning.

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China's First Home Made Aircraft Carrier Is Ready For Launch

China's first domestically built aircraft carrier will soon launch in Dalian, Liaoning Province for drills and trial voyages, putting to the test proprietary technology meant to further Beijing's expansion in the South and East China seas, the SCMP reported. A dock at the Dalian shipyard was being filled with water Sunday in preparation for the launch. The Chinese-made vessel is expected to enter service around 2020, joining China's first and only aircraft carrier, a refurbished Ukrainian vessel known as the Liaoning.

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Uber Secretly Tracked Users, Spied On Lyft Prompting Tim Cook To Threaten Apple Store Expulsion

Almost two months after it was revealed by the NYT that Uber had used a deceptive tool called "greyball" to deceive and circumvent official authorities, CEO Travis Kalanick may be in trouble again following a new expose by the NYT's Mike Isaac (who may ot may not have a grudge against Kalanick) writes that in 2015 Uber was "on the verge brink of implosion" after Apple had learned that Uber was spying on its users.

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Chinese Carmakers, Volkswagen, BMW Roll Out "Tesla Killers"

The much anticipated Tesla Model 3 has yet to be released and already a groundswell of electric car competition is forming to challenge Elon Musk's upcoming offering. Start in China, where the Model 3 is not due to arrive until next year, but already Chinese-funded, smart, connected plug-in car start-ups are scrambling to launch "Tesla killer" cars to go head-to-head against Tesla "mass market" sedan.

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