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Solar Impulse 2 plane lands at Dayton Int'l Airport
A solar-powered plane landed in Dayton, Ohio Saturday on the latest leg of a record-breaking trip to circle the globe without consuming a drop of fuel.
 
India's PM says crackdown looms for super-rich tax avoiders
Lamborghini rolled out its new US$580,000 supercar onto the streets of India this month, but local millionaires tempted to buy the flashy convertible could hit a bump in the road thanks to the taxman.
 
At the top of the corporate world, Apple and Google are in a back-and-forth battle to be number one. It's not clear which of the two Silicon Valley giants will emerge on top in a contest which highlights the contrast of very different business models.
 
German regulators suspect that Italian-American auto maker Fiat Chrysler, like Volkswagen, used illegal software to cheat on emissions tests, a newspaper report said Sunday.
 
Taiwan's two largest airlines -- China Airlines (CAL) and EVA Airways (EVA) -- have both earned 2016 Leisure Lifestyle Awards presented by Global Traveler, an American monthly magazine for business and leisure luxury travelers.
 
Uber testing self-driving car on public roads in Pittsburgh
Uber is testing a self-driving car on public streets in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Uber says it has outfitted a Ford Fusion hybrid with radars, laser scanners and high-resolution cameras. It's using the car to test self-driving capability and collect mapping data.
 
Ogle at Google
In this Wednesday, May 18 photo, people pose by Android lawn statues at Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California.
 
Apple is getting ready to unveil a stylish new product that's not for sale -- a new look for its stores. The iPhone maker is overhauling its nearly 480 stores worldwide, starting with its new two-story location in San Francisco.
 
Google on Thursday had a fresh U.S. patent for a sticky coating that could be applied to self-driving cars so pedestrians stick instead of bouncing off when hit.
 
Papua New Guinea explorer Oil Search Friday said it had bought rival InterOil in a multi-billion-U.S.-dollar deal, but will sell off some of the assets to French energy giant Total to fund part of the takeover.
 
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