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With a need to bring relevant news content for the readers, Aaron came up with a plan to create this online news platform. Apart from being the founder of Globe Visions, he also covers important news from Business and Economy niche.

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Today’s leading stories: iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro release, iOS 14.1 functions, iPad Air, more

In this week’s top stories: The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPad Air 4 are here, plus iOS 14.1 details, new HomePod features, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are now available, and early reviews and hands-on coverage are rolling out.…

Tarek and Christina Take a Frightening Danger Together on ‘Flip or Flop’

The stars of "Flip or Flop," Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa, have made a fortune flipping homes—but even they can get overwhelmed. On the episode “Better Be Quick,” El Moussa and Anstead buy a house in Fountain Valley, CA, for $670,000. However, these flippers can’t pay cash for the house, as they normally do,…

Coronavirus cases exceed as states around U.S. reel under rise

As the United States set records for the number of new coronavirus cases, states in every part of the country are reeling under the surge. Two back-to-back daily records for single-day increases in U.S. cases were set on Friday, with 79,303 new cases, and on Thursday with 77,640, according to NBC News' tally. The previous…

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Trendy Portfolio Idea: A Case Examine on Turnips

And how having friends makes the stalk market a lot more profitable. Turnip is a fascinating addition in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and arguably what promotes the game’s social aspect from a cute distraction to an absolute necessity (that is, if you want to play optimally). It is the de facto stock market on the…

Mark Zuckerberg commits Fb to $10 million donation to ‘teams engaged on racial justice’

Even as Facebook continues to take a hands-off approach to monitoring violent rhetoric and disinformation on its platform, the company will make a $10 million donation “to groups working on racial justice” in the U.S., according to a late Sunday night post from chief executive Mark Zuckerberg. The commitment from Facebook follows a week of…

Amid protests, US police scanner apps and others noticed document downloads

Downloads of police scanner apps, tools for private communication and mobile safety apps hit record numbers this past weekend in the U.S., amid continued nationwide protests over the police killing of George Floyd, as well as the systemic problems of racial prejudice that plague the American justice system. According to new data from app store…

Zoom is about to massively enhance safety for paying clients

Home News (Image credit: Zoom Video Communications) Zoom has revealed its potential plan to boost the encryption of video calls made by its paying customers including businesses and schools.The video conferencing provider discussed its plans to offer improved encryption for premium users during a recent call with civil liberties groups and organizations fighting sexual abuse.In…

Meet ACE2, the Enzyme on the Heart of the Covid-19 Thriller

During the first chaotic months of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was already clear that the novel coronavirus spreading around the world didn’t affect everyone equally. The earliest clinical data out of China showed that some people consistently fared worse than others, notably men, the elderly, and smokers. It made some scientists wonder: What if the…

Artist Rachel Cabitt Is Trapped In a Quarantine Horror Movie

In a pandemic, mundane tasks become material for a horror film script: Hand-washing, answering the door, looking at ourselves on a video call 10 times a day. Moments like these, along with flickers of inspiration from Cindy Sherman, the Italian horror film Suspiria, and the seductive glow of a neon sign, led photographer Rachel Cabitt…

Polar Grit X Overview: Nice Coaching Coach, Poor Backcountry Companion

Every endurance athlete fears the dreaded bonk. There you are, running without a care in the world, when all of a sudden your body crashes. Abruptly, you metamorphose from a capable person into an immobile sea anemone, your useless tentacles waving wildly.Marathoners call it “hitting the wall”, but it can happen in any sport for…

One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Beneath Assault

In May 2019, WIRED joined the One Free Press Coalition, a united group of preeminent editors and publishers using their global reach and social platforms to spotlight journalists under attack worldwide. Today, the coalition is issuing its eighth monthly “10 Most Urgent” list of journalists whose press freedoms are being suppressed or whose cases demand…

The New Intimacy, Dropped at You by Covid-19

More than a century ago, the British writer E. M. Forster published a parable about the solitary endgame of technological progress. In his story, “The Machine Stops,” the humans of the far future live underground in isolated cells, with all of life mediated through an omnipotent computer—the Machine. In this hive-like complex, Forster writes, “people…

New AR app will allow you to mannequin a digital companion on anybody you need

A smartphone app called Hybri is adding an unsettling touch of reality to VR, by scanning photos of real people onto an avatar’s face. The avatars draw memories of the holographic girlfriend in Blade Runner 2049, but trapped inside a smartphone screen instead of an apartment. Hybri could also launch much sooner than 2049, if the company’s crowdfunding…

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Today’s leading stories: iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro release, iOS 14.1 functions, iPad Air, more

In this week’s top stories: The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPad Air 4 are here, plus iOS 14.1 details, new HomePod features, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are now available, and early reviews and hands-on coverage are rolling out.…

CIOs who stay might wind up as COOs

The career path for chief information officers looks promising as large businesses digitise more of their organisation and IT becomes integral to operations By Cliff Saran, Managing Editor Published: 22 Oct 2020 11:16 Chief information officers (CIOs) who remain head of tech for the next four years may see their role evolve to chief operating…

Tarek and Christina Take a Frightening Danger Together on ‘Flip or Flop’

The stars of "Flip or Flop," Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa, have made a fortune flipping homes—but even they can get overwhelmed. On the episode “Better Be Quick,” El Moussa and Anstead buy a house in Fountain Valley, CA, for $670,000. However, these flippers can’t pay cash for the house, as they normally do,…

Coronavirus cases exceed as states around U.S. reel under rise

As the United States set records for the number of new coronavirus cases, states in every part of the country are reeling under the surge. Two back-to-back daily records for single-day increases in U.S. cases were set on Friday, with 79,303 new cases, and on Thursday with 77,640, according to NBC News' tally. The previous…