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5G Is Making Its Global Debut at Olympics, and Its Wicked Fast

The first to experience the future of wireless technology, well before most humans, will be South Korea’s wild boars. That’s because 5G, the fifth-generation wireless network, is making its worldwide debut at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. The technology will be used to ward off the porcine pests who roam the

Kim Jong Un Invites South Koreas Moon to Summit in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made a dramatic gesture that may raise prospects for easing tensions on the Korean Peninsula by inviting South Korean President Moon Jae-in to meet in Pyongyang. The invitation was verbally delivered by Kim’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, during a Saturday meeting at Moon’s presidential

End of 47-Year Japan Rice Program Signals Boost for Ramen Wheat

The end of Japan’s four decades of rice-market control could be good news for noodle lovers.That’s because rice farmers may plant alternative crops like wheat once government control ends by March 31 and look to tap into rising demand for ramen. Fukuoka, on Japan’s southern island of Kyushu, is expanding

North Korea Says Nuke Push Complete as Entire U.S. in Range

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claimed a missile launch on Wednesday showed he can strike the entire U.S. with a nuclear weapon, signaling a new phase in his standoff with President Donald Trump.North Korea “successfully” launched a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile with improved technology that can deliver

North Korea Test-Fires ICBM That Could Put Entire U.S. in Range

North Korea shattered a two-month period of relative quiet by test-firing a missile that analysts say may put the U.S. east coast in range.Japan said the intercontinental ballistic missile flew for 53 minutes on a lofted trajectory and may have reached an altitude of more than 4,000 kilometers (2,500 miles)

Leaving TPP Was Strategic Blunder, Says Former U.S. Trade Rep

The Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement will cost the U.S. access to markets in the Asia-Pacific and make it easier for China to advance its own vision for the region, said Michael Froman, who served as the U.S. Trade Representative under President Obama.Froman, who led

Asics will microwave your next custom sneaker in just 15 seconds

Custom sneakers can usually take weeks, if not months, to be made, but Asics is going to make you one the same way you make instant ramen. The sportswear giant says it'll soon introduce microwaves in its stores that can "bake" soles in just around 15 seconds. SEE ALSO: Adidas

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