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JOHANNESBURG - Glencore CEO Ivan Glasenberg said on Friday that the company is talking with carmakers and battery makers about nickel - a key component in electric vehicle batteries which Tesla CEO Elon Musk has asked miners to produce more of. "A lot of the automobile guys and the battery guys are talking to us about nickel," Glasenberg said, speaking during the Financial Times Mining Summit. Glencore produced 121,000 tonnes of nickel in 2019 and sold 181,000 tonnes through its marketing business. Glasenberg said Glencore's Scope 1 and 2 emissions together represent just 10% of its Scope 3 emissions - an indication of how important these indirect emissions are, particularly for miners of thermal coal which is then burned to generate electricity.
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BRUSSELS: EU antitrust regulators have extended their investigation into Alphabet unit Google's $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit to Jan. 8 from Dec. 23, a filing on the European Commission website showed on Friday. Google last month offered to restrict the use of Fitbit data for Google ads, make it easier for rival makers of wearables to connect to the Android platform and allow third parties to continue to have access to Fitbit users' data with their consent. The concessions, aimed at addressing EU competition concerns, will likely help the world's most popular internet search engine secure the EU's green light, sources have told Reuters. A group of 19 bodies including consumer bodies and privacy advocates in the EU, the United States and Brazil is among the latest critics, issuing a joint letter on Thursday to demand tough concessions from Google.
Apple will let you pre-order apps up to six months in advance. Apple has updated its App Store policy for pre-orders, allowing developers to offer their apps up to half a year before they’re officially released. In a post on its Developer portal, the tech giant has announced that developers can “let customers pre-order [their] app up to 180 days before it’s released for download.” Apple has added that developers can take advantage of the longer time allowance to “build more excitement” for what their apps can offer and to encourage more pre-orders. Customers won’t be charged for paid purchases until they’re ready for download, and they can always cancel if they change their minds. When the apps roll out, customers will get a notification that their purchase will automatically be installed on their devices within 24 hours.
Technology stocks could be a "disaster waiting to happen," the bosses of Smead Capital Management said in their third-quarter newsletter this week. Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google wield monopoly power over their addicted users, and the pandemic has only increased people's reliance on their products and services, Bill Smead and his team said. Read more:200-plus money managers pay thousands to see which stocks are on Jim Osman's buy list. Millions of people, scared or unable to leave their homes, are relying more on their devices and apps to stay connected, productive, and entertained. However, shareholders in the US technology titans could suffer heavy losses when regulators drop the hammer, the trio said.
Google is adding new election features to its voice assistant, Google Search, and Google Maps, to make it easier for US citizens to find voting locations ahead of the election next month. In Google Search, queries like “early voting locations” and “ballot drop boxes near me” will give details about where you can vote in person or return mail-in ballots, while asking the Google Assistant where to vote will “soon” provide relevant information on your phone, speaker, or smart display, Google says. Then, once you’ve found a location, Google says its Maps service can now give you directions to voting or ballot drop box locations, and will provide information about voting hours. Google says it has partnered with the Voting Information Project to source the voting location information, and plans to list over 200,000 voting locations nationwide. In cases where this information is not available to provide directly, Google says it will point users towards state and local election websites. As well as proactively providing voting information, Google and its subsidiaries are also attempting to limit the spread of voting misinformation, including claims about mail-in voting.
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Google launches new features to help locate nearest voting locations. (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google said on Friday it was introducing new features across its search engine, Maps and voice assistant to help voters in the United States find their nearest voting locations. Details on in-person voting or returning mail-in ballots can be found under searches with "early voting locations" or "ballot drop boxes near me," Google said in a blog post, adding the data was pulled from a joint project between state election officials and non-partisan, non-profit civic group Democracy Works. Google said its voice assistant would also share details on where to vote nearby, if prompted with the question, while Google Maps would provide directions and voting hours for the locations.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Glencore CEO Ivan Glasenberg said on Friday that the company is talking with carmakers and battery makers about nickel - a key component in electric vehicle batteries which Tesla CEO Elon Musk has asked miners to produce more of. "A lot of the automobile guys and the battery guys are talking to us about nickel," Glasenberg said, speaking during the Financial Times Mining Summit. Glencore produced 121,000 tonnes of nickel in 2019 and sold 181,000 tonnes through its marketing business. Glasenberg said Glencore's Scope 1 and 2 emissions together represent just 10% of its Scope 3 emissions - an indication of how important these indirect emissions are, particularly for miners of thermal coal which is then burned to generate electricity.
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