Google limits Pixel 3's fast wireless charging to certified devices (update)

  1. Google limits Pixel 3’s fast wireless charging to certified devices (update)  Engadget
  2. Google Pixel 3 Only Gets Max Wireless Charging Speed With Official Stand  ExtremeTech
  3. Google Pixel 3 doesn’t support Qi fast charge  CNET
  4. The only Wireless Charger capable of 10W is the Google Pixel Stand : GooglePixel – Reddit  Reddit
  5. [Update: Third-party support coming] Google limits Pixel 3 wireless charging rate to standard 5W for third-party …  Android Police
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White House Puts Limits On FBI's Kavanaugh Investigation: Reports

  1. White House Puts Limits On FBI’s Kavanaugh Investigation: Reports  HuffPost
  2. Report: White House Is Controlling Who FBI Interviews in Kavanaugh Investigation  New York Magazine
  3. FBI contacts Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez in investigation  The Guardian
  4. White House Directs FBI to Interview First Two Kavanaugh Accusers, But Not the Third  Wall Street Journal
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Florence flooding limits road access to Duke nuclear plant

Florence flooding limits road access to Duke nuclear plant(Reuters) – Duke Energy Corp said on Monday that its Brunswick nuclear power plant in North Carolina remained safely shut down despite limited road access to the site due to flooding from storm Florence. The remnants of Florence, which came ashore as a hurricane on Friday, are still dropping heavy amounts of rain on the already waterlogged Carolinas, with officials warning the worst is yet to come as swollen rivers pose a growing threat. Duke spokeswoman Mary Kathryn Green said there was road access to the Brunswick site but it was “limited access.” She said there were about 300 people at the plant.


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San Francisco Is Bringing Back Banned E-Scooters—With Limits

  1. San Francisco Is Bringing Back Banned E-Scooters—With Limits  WIRED
  2. Uber and Lyft just got locked out of one of the most important new businesses by San Francisco officials  Business Insider
  3. Bird, Jump, Lime and Lyft scooters get Santa Monica’s approval  CNET
  4. San Francisco welcomes back scooters, but not Uber and Lyft  USA TODAY
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