Wire Cut Machine Manufacturer

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What to buy, what to avoid,at Labor Day sales

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Is that bed sagging in the middle? Refrigerator looking like something off the set of “The Brady Bunch?”

Good news: Labor Day weekend is the biggest weekend for store sales between the Fourth of July and Black Friday, according to the savings sites DealNews.com and BestBlackFriday.com.

We combed their recommendations for a list of the best things to buy this weekend, and some things you may not want to buy, if you can wait, because they will be cheaper in late November.

What to buy Labor Day Weekend:

Large appliances: Refrigerators, microwaves, washing machines and dishwashers are up to 40 percent off at Sears, Home Depot, Lowes and Best Buy. This is a great weekend to update to that stainless steel refrigerator you have wanted.

Furniture and Mattresses: This is one of those great holiday weekends, like Presidents’ Day, when you truly can find great deals on beds and couches at Macy’s and regional furniture stores.

Barbecue grills: Stores with too many grills still on display are now slashing prices. Some will even have rare markdowns on Weber Grills. Check Lowe’s, Home Depot and Ace Hardware.

Patio furniture: As stores make room for Christmas displays, they are clearing out everything patio related. Lowe’s and Home Depot have table and chair sets 30 percent or more off their summer prices. Grab them now, because next April everything will be full price.

Mulch: Home Depot and Lowe’s are marking down bags of mulch to as low as $2 each. It is a great time to freshen the garden. 

Perennials: Garden centers are clearing out next spring’s blooming flowers. Buy them now, not in May, when they are expensive.

Summer clothing: Now is the time to grab summer clothing at 50 to 75 percent off and still have weeks left to wear it. 

School supplies: Anything that didn’t sell is now on deep discount, including school backpacks.

Apple Watch: Walmart is offering $100 off the first generation watch, which is a great starter watch if you have been considering one.

2018 cars: The 2019s are here, and dealers are offering great markdowns and rebates on 2018 models while they last.

What to wait on until Black Friday

Fall clothing: You’ll find some 30 percent discounts now, but that is normal. Hot fall items from The North Face, Patagonia and other brands go on sale closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas.

iPhones: The new iPhones will be unveiled in two weeks, and about one week after that, Apple typically drops the price on older models, which in this case would be the iPhone7 and 8. Ditto for MacBooks. Keep using that cracked screen three more weeks if you can.

Big screen 4K TVs: Best Buy and Walmart have some good deals this weekend if you can’t wait until November, but the real deals come the week of Black Friday.

Laptops: Walmart and Best Buy are advertising some laptop markdowns now, but they will be better on Black Friday.

Toys: You’ll find a few deals now, but the real savings start Black Friday and get even better closer to Christmas.

Video game consoles:  See toys, above.

But don’t overspend

The savings site CardRates.com says it’s important to set a budget if you plan to buy a big-ticket item like furniture or appliances this weekend.

That’s because you may head out to purchase a basic fridge, but then end up in awe of that stainless, French door model with a soft drink dispenser and internet access, and end up spending $1,000 more than you intended to.

CardRates says also ask about delivery and setup fees, which can add another $100 or more to your bargain.

So enjoy the holiday sales, and remember that if you don’t find what you want, it will be on sale again around Black Friday.

And that way you don’t waste your money.

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Microsoft suppliers to offer paid parental leave

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Microsoft announced Thursday it will soon require all of its U.S.-based suppliers to offer employees paid parental leave.

In a post on the company’s website, the tech giant said its new policy will apply “to all parents employed by our suppliers who take time off for the birth or adoption of a child.” Specifically, its suppliers must offer their employees a minimum of 12 weeks paid parental leave, with up to $1,000 per week compensation.

The new requirements only apply to suppliers with more than 50 employees, and are not meant to replace “more generous” state laws.

Although Microsoft acknowledged this might result in increased costs, it will still try to implement these changes over the next year.

The company further elaborated on its decision, pointing to studies showing that employers who offer paid parental leave experience better productivity and lower turnover rates.

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Tropicana shrinks size of orange juice jugs

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Tropicana is America’s favorite brand of orange juice.

But its containers are getting smaller again, though this time you may not even notice it because of how they did it.

The consumer site Mouseprint.org says Tropicana Pure Premium has quietly been shrinking its plastic jugs over the past few weeks.

Mouseprint says many people recall the old cardboard cartons, that slimmed down from 64 to 59 ounces back in 2010.

They switched to clear plastic jugs a short time later, and they have remained 59 ounces since.

But Mouseprint discovered new jugs showing up in some grocery chains are just 52 ounces, seven ounces less. That is almost a full glass of juice smaller.

Why you may not notice in the store

However, Mouseprint says Tropicana has made it very hard to spot the change.

You can’t tell from the front, since the new containers are just as tall and wide as the old ones.

Instead, Mouseprint discovered they are less deep, or thinner when you look at them from the side.

But there’s no visible change on the front at all, if you compare the 59-ounce jug still sold currently at Target to the 52-ounce jugs now sold at Walmart.

Tropicana has posted an explanation online, blaming last year’s Hurricane Irma, among other recent natural disasters, that hurt Florida’s orange crop and raised orange prices this year.

Why not just raise the price 50 cents? Studies have shown consumers are very adverse to price hikes, and often switch brands if prices go up.

So a product reduction is more often the choice made these days.

As always, don’t waste your money.

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How does Google compile search results?

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President Donald Trump says Google’s search results are biased against him. So what do we know about how the company’s searches actually work?

Google says its goal is “to provide people with access to relevant information from the most reliable sources available.”

The heart of a Google search is the company’s algorithm, which is a pretty closely guarded secret. But the company does maintain a webpage designed to help developers optimize their websites for Google’s algorithm.

One thing we do know is every Google search analyzes more than 200 factors before giving users its results.

We also know Google considers information like your location, search history and settings. So, for example, someone who spends a lot of time on CNN’s website will probably see CNN pages high in their search results. 

The internet giant regularly updates its algorithm, and the last major one came in 2017. But Google doesn’t always publicly issue a statement when it tweaks its algorithm.

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BMV glitch gives Ohio drivers duplicate licenses

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Among the first people to apply for the new Ohio driver’s licenses July 2nd was Dave Aberman of West Chester, Ohio.

He was aware the BMV no longer prints licenses while you wait, so he went home and checked his mail every day.

“I received my new drivers license in the mail, 10 days later as they promised,” Aberman said.

Everything was great, until a second Ohio MBV envelope showed up almost a month later, containing a surprise: another new license inside.

“Last week I received a second driver’s license that was unsolicited,” he said.

Aberman had never heard of anyone receiving a duplicate license and was suddenly very confused.

“Which one do I use,” he said. “Do I use the original one I received a month ago, or do I use the new one?”

You might wonder what’s wrong with having a second drivers license. With a lot of things, after all, it’s always nice to have a spare.

But the problem is if that second license fell into th
e wrong hands, Aberman worried he could conceivably could have become an identity theft victim.

BMV admits to glitch

WCPO contacted Ohio’s Department of Public Safety, which oversees the BMV, and learned of a glitch during the initial week of the new licenses.

Spokeswoman Linsey Bohrer said the mix up was caused by a vendor error.

“A small number of licenses issued the first three days had a bad magnetic strip, due to a vendor error,” Bohrer said. “We are now re-issuing those licenses.”

She said drivers should receive a letter explaining the problem and telling them to cut up the first license.

But Dave Aberman says he never saw any such letter.

“They should have a security protocol at the BMV, and I would like to know why I got two licenses,” Aberman said.

He suspects he is not the only one wondering, though at this time we don’t know how many Ohio drivers have been affected.

As always, don’t waste your
money.

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Trump claims Google search results are biased

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Google is pushing back against President Donald Trump’s assertion that its search results are biased. 

On Tuesday morning, Trump claimed on Twitter that Google’s search results are “rigged” against him to show more negative news stories. He wrote, “Google & others are suppressing voices of Conservatives and hiding information and news that is good.”

The president offered no proof to back up his claim. But a few news outlets linked the tweet to a post by a conservative website that was featured on Fox Business on Monday evening. 

That article claims 96 percent of Google News search results for “Trump” were from left-leaning news outlets. 

Trump repeated his claim in the Oval Office on Tuesday afternoon and expanded on it.

“I think Google is really taking advantage of a lot of people. And I think that is a very serious thing, and it is a very serious charge. … So I think that Google and Twitter and Facebook, they are really treading on very, very troubled territory, and they have to be careful. It is not fair to large portions of the population,” Trump said. 

Trump previously launched a similar complaint at Twitter and Facebook, but that assertion was also unsubstantiated.

In its response, a Google spokesperson said its “search is not used to set a political agenda and we don’t bias our results toward any political ideology.” The company went on to say, “we never rank search results to manipulate political sentiment.”

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Instagram announced new security tools

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Instagram is ramping up its safety measures.

The social media platform announced three new tools Tuesday aimed at keeping its users safe.

The first tool will allow users to ensure that accounts with large followings are who they say they are. Users will be able to click on an “About This Account” button that will show information such as when the account was created, where the user is from, what ads are currently running and if the account has gone by any other names in the past.

Instagram is also launching a new verification request feature and a two-factor authentication tool so users can more securely log into their accounts using third party apps.

Instagram’s Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Mike Krieger said, “Keeping people with bad intentions off our platform is incredibly important.”

The announcement comes a week after Instagram’s parent company, Facebook, announced it took down hundreds of accounts, groups and pages for “coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and Instagram.”

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Verizon lifts data caps on California fire crews

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\Verizon will remove data restrictions to first responders fighting wildfires throughout California and supporting Hurricane Lane efforts, after limiting speeds to firefighters fighting the Mendocino Complex Fire.

The cell carrier said it is working with first responders to implement changes to its service, a week after acknowledging it wrongly limited data speed to the Santa Clara County Fire Department during the Mendocino Complex Fire.

Verizon said in a statement it would be releasing details of a new plan to first responders with no cap on data and priority access next week, at no extra cost.

RELATED: Verizon slowed firefighters’ internet during Mendocino Complex Fire

As of Monday, the company had opened up data speeds to firefighters in California and first responders in Hawaii:

“In supporting first responders in the Mendocino fire, we didn’t live up to our own promise of service and performance excellence when our process failed some first responders on the line, battling a massive California wildfire.  For that, we are truly sorry.  And we’re making every effort to ensure that it never happens again.
As of yesterday, we removed all speed cap restrictions for first responders on the west coast and in Hawaii to support current firefighting and Hurricane Lane efforts.

Further, in the event of another disaster, Verizon will lift restrictions on public safety customers, providing full network access.

We’ve been working closely with mission critical first responders to refine our service plan to better meet their unique needs.  As a result, we’re introducing a new plan that will feature unlimited data, with no caps on mobile solutions and automatically includes priority access. We’ll provide full details when we introduce the plan next week, and we will make it easy to upgrade service at no additional cost.

Service to Santa Clara County Fire was slowed after Verizon said the county had reached its monthly data capacity under its internet plan.

The county disclosed the issue in support of a lawsuit seeking to restore net neutrality rules repealed by the Federal Communications Commission.

RELATED: California drops Gov. Jerry Brown’s wildfire utility liability protection plan

Verizon, however, blamed the issue on a communication error and said the department’s normal service should have been restored quicker.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Facebook announces new renewable energy plan

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Facebook announced a plan to cut down its carbon emissions.

The tech company said Tuesday it’s committed to dropping its “greenhouse gas emissions” by 75 percent by the end of 2020.

Also by 2020, Facebook says it wants all of its worldwide operations to be powered with 100 percent renewable energy.

Facebook self-reported that in 2017, its total carbon footprint was 979,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide.

To put that into perspective, in 2016 Apple self-reported that its carbon footprint was 29.5 million metric tons. And according to The Guardian, in 2011, Google claimed to emit 1.5 million metric tons of carbon a year.

Both Apple and Google say they have reached their goal to fully power their global facilities with renewable energy.

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Toyota to invest $500 milion in Uber

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Toyota announced Monday it’s planning to invest $500 million in Uber for driverless car development. 

The two companies will work together to put Uber technologies into Toyota vehicles for Uber’s ride-sharing service. Uber’s CEO said the deal was a significant step toward having safe self-driving cars available on the company’s network.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Uber has been attempting “to lower development costs and losses” after one of its autonomous vehicles was involved in a fatal crash this year.

Uber hired a new chief financial officer last week. Before then, the position had been vacant since 2015. 

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