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10 killed in gas leak at steel factory in Shandong, China

A gas leak at a steel parts factory in eastern China has killed 10 people and left seven others hospitalized with poisoning. The Zouping County government said the leak at the Shandong Fukai Stainless Steel Company occurred at around 5:50 p.m. on Saturday, and poisoned 17 people. Five of the victims died immediately, and five more died early Sunday. The other seven remain in the hospital in stable conditions. See also: Bloody aftermath of Tianjin explosion caught on Chinese social media The cause of the leak is under investigation. Satellite images show the factory next to warehouses and low-rise residential homes in a village about 60 kilometers (40 miles) east of Jinan, the Shandong provincial capital. Read more…More about China, Asia, Us World, and Shandong

6 technologies to make your travels easier

People love to travel, but it’s not always the easiest thing to do. Luckily, there’s a lot of technology — from cutting edge apps to old favourites (we love you GPS) – to make every phase of your trip better. These are, in our opinion, the best technologies to ensure your holiday is a smooth-sailing, stress-free adventure. Navigation apps There’s a remarkable number of navigation apps out there, and they are are truly the light of our traveling lives. How we ever managed to travel without them is anyone’s guess. Apps such as CoPilot GPS and BackCountry Navigator help you find the quickest route from A to B by using real-time social updates. All we had before handy map apps were obnoxious, unwieldy tourist maps. Not particularly practical. Read more…More about Travel, Apps, Tech, Apps Software, and Brandspeak

Google has received nearly 350,000 URL removal requests so far

In May 2014, Google complied with the EU’s ruling that enabled citizens to request certain URLs to be removed from search results A year and a half later, in its bi-annual Transparency Report, Google has announced it received 348,085 such requests, the bulk of them coming from France and Germany, followed by the UK, Spain and Italy See also: The inside story of why Google is becoming Alphabet now The total number of URLs Google has evaluated for removal is 1,234,092. Google does not give exact numbers on how many of those it actually removed, but it says that 42% of the URLs that have been “fully processed” have been removed Read more…More about Google, Transparency Report, and Social Media