PayPal co-founder funds Trump, while China launches new spacecraft
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PayPal co-founder and Tech billionaire, Peter Thiel, will donate $1.25 million to Donald Trump's election campaign, the New York Times reported on Sunday.
While a large sum, Thiel is one of the few technology field executives to financially supporting Trump.
According to Crowdpac the Republican presidential nominee has raised just $300 thousand from Silicon Valley companies compared to the $7 million that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has hauled in.
China have successfully launched Shenzhou-11.
Carrying two astronauts, the spacecraft will rendezvous with the Tiangon-2 space lab, which launched last month.
Where it will spend 30 days before returning home.
Xi Jinping, the President of the People's Republic of China, hopes his country's recent exploits into space will further build China into a space power.
Apple has opened its newly refurbished London flagship store on Regent Street.
Apple design chief, Jony Ive, worked with the renowned London architects, Foster and Partners, to create the [INAUDIBLE] Which includes trees and living plant walls.
In a bold move, iPhones on display are not secured to the tables.
Apple says this will enable customers to better experience its devices.
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