B.C. flooding could be Canada's costliest disaster as cut-off Port of Vancouver snarls supply chain
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B.C. flooding could be Canada's costliest disaster as cut-off Port of Vancouver snarls supply chain

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World’s first USB-C iPhone sells on eBay for $86,001
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World’s first USB-C iPhone sells on eBay for $86,001

eBay sold a modified iPhone X with a USB-C instead of a Lightning connector for $86,001 The modified iPhone X, created by Kenn Pillonel (a robotics
iPhone X With USB-C Port Sells For $86,001 on eBay
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iPhone X With USB-C Port Sells For $86,001 on eBay

An iPhone X with a USB port modified was posted on eBay last week. Now, just a few days later, the USB-C iPhone is being sold for $86,001 Ken
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Carnival CEO Arnold Donald: CDC, port rules influence Covid protocols

MIAMI BEACH -- Travel Weekly editor in chief Arnie Weissmann questioned Arnold Donald, Carnival Corp. president & CEO, whether there are any
USB-C iPhone Sells for $86,001, Proving Apple Is Leaving Money On the Table
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USB-C iPhone Sells for $86,001, Proving Apple Is Leaving Money On the Table

After an auction to find the first USB-C iPhone in the world ended with $86,001, what started as an engineering project turned into a huge win for
Satechi Debuts Pro Hub Mini for New MacBook Pro Models
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Satechi Debuts Pro Hub Mini for New MacBook Pro Models

Today, Satechi announced the launch the Pro Hub Mini USB-C hub. It's specifically designed for Apple's 2021 MacBook Pro models. This hub will add
iPhone X Modded With USB-C Port Listed on eBay With Bids Topping $85,000
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iPhone X Modded With USB-C Port Listed on eBay With Bids Topping $85,000

Robotics student Ken Pillonel posted a video earlier this week explaining how he modified an iPhone X using a functional USB C port instead of the
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Pete Buttigieg says supply chain disruptions won't really go away until we 'put the pandemic in the rearview mirror'

At a February press conference, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg. John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Getty Images Pete Buttigieg
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Pete Buttigieg says supply chain disruptions won't really go away until we 'put the pandemic in the rearview mirror'

Pete Buttigieg stated on Sunday that the US must address COVID to resolve supply chain problems. The pandemic is a result of rising inflation and
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Biden hopes fines on lingering cargo ships ease congestion at major U.S. ports

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration hopes that new penalties imposed on cargo carriers at America's busiest port will reduce the increasing logjam