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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 arrives in stores

Fresh off the big launch event in New York City, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, one of the most exciting smartphones of the year, is now available for purchase. Whether you want the Note 10, its bigger screen big brother, the Note 10 Plus, or the supercharged Note 10 Plus …

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We visit the new Maui Brewing Company restaurant in Kihei

In early February, Maui Brewing Company’s Kihei site opened its brand new restaurant. The popular tasting room and brewery have been there for several years, and regulars and the Pau Hana crowd will be happy to hear that the tasting room remains the same. Behind the long bar are whimsical …

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What is an overdraft? Uswitch explains

To arrange an overdraft, the bank usually charges a fee. From July 9, 2020, most banks will start charging an interest rate of up to 40%. To learn more about how to organize an overdraft and what you should consider if you have one, read our guide. What is an …

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401 (k) loans: pros and cons

Tapping into your tax-advantaged retirement savings seems like a desperate financial deal (because it is), but also a good decision in specific circumstances. It’s best to know what you’re getting into with 401 (k) loans in terms of time, repayment, and risk. Many 401 (k) holders actually operate their accounts. …

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Compare EE SIM Only offers

And all this applies to its SIM plans only. Let’s take a look at what you can get and answer some common questions you might have about EA. What SIM-only offers can I get from EE? EE has a decent range of paid monthly SIM deals, both for your mobile …

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Comcast Launches Contractless Prepaid Internet Service Xfinity

Comcast Prepaid Internet Service, after years of testing, is now available to all Xfinity customers. The plan allows consumers to pay for Internet service on a pay-as-you-go basis, with top-ups ranging from seven to 30 days. Comcast partners with Boost Mobile to sell the $ 80 Prepaid Internet Starter Kits, …

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How much energy is generated in the gym?

150 years ago everything in our homes was manually powered. Households relied on human power to operate their pedal-operated washing machines, sewing machines or bicycles. Nowadays, we use electricity to power almost everything. But with so many of us going to the gym regularly, what if we could use the …

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Interview with producer Zachary Lum

New Songbook and CD Celebrate and Uplift West Maui Culture, Places and Stories We always hear that ancient Hawaiians didn’t have a written history, but I think that’s a little misleading. Hawaiian ancestors may not have recorded words on paper, but they knew their history and passed it down through …

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