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Rabbit lets you remotely watch online videos with your friends

Rabbit is reminding us all today that it’s fun to watch your favorite shows with your friends. And it’s announcing more ways for you to do it anytime, anywhere, even when you’re not physically together. Rabbit wants to make watching TV and movies more social. It launched in 2015, and has grown on both mobile and web platforms. Today, it ...

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Hiver lets you manage shared email addresses from Gmail

Meet Hiver, a service that lets you collaborate on generic email addresses, such as jobs@yourcompany.com, support@, sales@, etc. Hiver isn’t the only company working on shared inboxes. But compared to Front, everything happens in Gmail directly. To be fair, Front has been doing a fantastic job when it comes to multiplayer email — and the company has been doing great. Front ...

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Emirates Lets Travellers Journey in Style with Special Business Class Fares from Bangkok Business and leisure travellers to enjoy comforts of premium travel from doorstep to doorstep

Bangkok–10 Oct–Spark Communications Journey in style for your business and leisure trips with Emirates’ special Business Class fares this October. Whether travelling for work or holiday, enjoy premium travel and amenities that make your journey as enjoyable from start to finish, with special fares starting at only THB 15,495. The world is your oyster with Emirates as customers who make ...

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares hit 17-month low, China lets yuan slip

© Reuters. GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares hit 17-month low, China lets yuan slip * Asian stock markets : https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 * Nikkei skids, China stocks struggle to bounce * Beijing allows yuan to slip past 6.90 per dollar * US benchmark yields make fresh 7yr top, underpin dollar * Yen up on safety bid as risk appetite sours By Wayne Cole SYDNEY, ...

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Asia shares hit 17-month low, China lets yuan slip

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian shares hit 17-month lows on Tuesday as China allowed its currency to slip past a psychological bulwark amid recent losses in domestic share markets, a shift that pressured other emerging currencies. FILE PHOTO: A China yuan note is seen in this illustration photo May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration

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