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You decide to take a break from working after a couple of hours and find yourself stepping into the kitchen. Next thing you know, you’re leaning on the countertop and eating cereal straight out of the box. Or maybe a slow day made you bring a bag of chips beside your desk to nibble on, only to finish it before your first scheduled break. Or perhaps you found yourself so busy with a task that you didn’t notice it’s already dark out and you still haven’t had a single meal.
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University of California at Berkeley has made a big announcement:. Transistors based on carbon rather than silicon could potentially boost computers' speed and cut their power consumption more than a thousandfold — think of a mobile phone that holds its charge for months — but the set of tools needed to build working carbon circuits has remained incomplete until now.
The New York Times reported on Sunday that it had gained access to 15 years of President Donald Trump’s tax returns, both before and after he entered the White House, and the documents reveal huge outstanding debts and the fact that he paid no taxes whatsoever over the course of 11 years and merely $750 in each of two more years, ostensibly due to enormous business losses.


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