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Apple may use Tuesday’s “Hi, Speed” event to tell potential buyers of the new iPad Air when they can purchase the tablet, weeks after the company launched the model during its “Time Flies” event.

During the first “Time Flies” special event on September 15, Apple introduced a redesigned iPad Air, but aside from telling customers it would be available sometime in October, an exact date wasn’t offered during the presentation. With the second Apple event looming, it is suggested Apple may advise of when the tablet will actually go on sale.

According to serial leaker Jon Prosser on Twitter, Apple “will give you the launch date of iPad Air during the October 13th event.” Given the lack of date from Apple itself for its release, it seems plausible a public event will include an update on shipment dates.

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  • Facebook’s contracts with some of its ad agencies have a nondisclosure clause that prevents them from discussing any aspect of the company’s business, even if that information is already public.
  • Industry insiders say the language is stricter than most client contracts but that it doesn’t apply to most larger and holding company-owned agencies that have more financial leverage.
  • This language could be a major conflict for agencies that do work for Facebook but also use Facebook to market their other clients, said Jeffrey Greenbaum of law firm Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz.
  • Facebook declined to comment.
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Facebook spends millions managing its reputation and business relationships, and this practice also applies to the ad agencies it uses in its marketing.

Facebook has contracts with some agencies that forbids them from confirming or commenting on any aspect of Facebook without its written permission — even

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KEY POINTS

  • The GMC Hummer is the first zero-emission EV truck
  • GM will unveil the new truck at the baseball World Series 2020: Report
  • GM’ major rivals in the sector are Tesla, Nikola, Rivian and Ford 

General Motors’ widely anticipated all-electric GMC Hummer is expected to be unveiled on Oct. 20, on the first day of baseball’s 2020 World Series, almost a year after Tesla’s Cybertruck made its scintillating debut.

GMC Hummer, what GM is calling the ‘first zero-emission’ electric truck, will be unveiled through short films releasing on multiple channels, according to a report. It will go into production by the end of 2021 and will be on the market in 2022.

Though GM had to push the original  reveal target on May 20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, images and videos of the truck were released. The truck boasts of a 1,000-horsepower engine and a high torque, with

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