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Donald Trump Wears Mask Publicly For First Time During Pandemic

Donald Trump Wears Mask Publicly For First Time During Pandemic WASHINGTON: After 1.34 lakh deaths due to the global epidemic corona virus in America, now President Donald Trump has also used mask. Trump did not talk much to the media at the army facility, and just said "thank you" as he passed the cameras wearing a navy blue coloured face mask with a presidential seal embossed in gold. [Full Article...]

Outlook Gets Google Calendar Integration, One-tap to Join Zoom Calls

Outlook Gets Google Calendar Integration, One-tap to Join Zoom Calls The Play My Emails feature is already available on the iOS version since November previous year and has finally arrived on Android as well. Basically, you will be able to see your calendars within the inbox. Sure, it is helpful, but Bing is really not a search engine you have been thinking of in a world dominated by Google. You can ask the assistance to skip, archive, or delete an email. [Full Article...]

OPPO and realme set to announce 125W charging

OPPO and realme set to announce 125W charging While Oppo has yet to report estimated charging times for its 125-watt charging tech, its sister brand, Vivo recently announced it'll launch a new iQOO phone with a 120-watt charging system that'll charge a 4,000-mAh battery from 0 to 100% in just 15 minutes. [Full Article...]

ICE Rescinds Horrible Rule Denying Visas to Online Only Students

ICE Rescinds Horrible Rule Denying Visas to Online Only Students US District Judge Allison Burroughs on Tuesday announced that the government had agreed with Harvard and MIT to rescind the policy . As a result of the resolution, thousands of IU worldwide students are no longer under threat of being forced to return home if a coronavirus outbreak forces the university to move instruction online mid-semester. [Full Article...]

PlayStation 5 production reportedly ramped up to meet demand

PlayStation 5 production reportedly ramped up to meet demand Fortunately, it now appears as though numerous issues have been resolved, as Nikkei and Bloomberg are now reporting that Sony will be increasing output to around 9-10 million units, with 5 million units assembled by the end of September, and a further 5 million arriving by December. [Full Article...]

Trump signs Hong Kong bill to punish Chinese officials and banks

Trump signs Hong Kong bill to punish Chinese officials and banks European Union officials declined to go into details about the measures, but two European Union diplomats said they did not amount to formal sanctions on China , the bloc's second-largest trading partner. Greg Poling, a South China Sea expert at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies, said declaring Chinese claims illegal opened the way for a tougher U.S. [Full Article...]

UK PM Johnson says people should wear face masks in shops

UK PM Johnson says people should wear face masks in shops Facemasks have been mandatory on public transport across the country since June 15, and Scotland has already made the coverings compulsory for shoppers. The WHO advice further suggest that the "use of a mask could be helpful to provide a barrier to limit the spread of potentially infectious droplets from someone who is infected". [Full Article...]

Le vaccin de Moderna atteint la phase finale de son essai clinique

Le vaccin de Moderna atteint la phase finale de son essai clinique Déterminante, la phase 3 de l'essai fera appel à 30.000 personnes aux Etats-Unis; la moitié d'entre elles recevront une dose de 100 microgrammes, les autres un placebo. Dans ce contexte, Disneyland Paris, première destination touristique privée en Europe, a rouvert ses portes au public mercredi avec une capacité d'accueil limitée, après quatre mois de fermeture en raison de l'épidémie de coronavi... [Full Article...]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg being treated in hospital for possible infection

Ruth Bader Ginsburg being treated in hospital for possible infection Ginsburg will stay in the hospital to receive intravenous antibiotics, the court said, adding that she was "resting comfortably". One of four liberals among the nine justices, Ginsburg's health is closely watched as Donald Trump's administration seeks an opportunity to appoint a new justice who would tilt the court solidly in a conservative direction, potentially shifting United States law and s... [Full Article...]

Jeff Sessions loses Republican primary, says he has 'no regrets'

Jeff Sessions loses Republican primary, says he has 'no regrets' Tuberville finished first in the March 3 primary and mostly ducked Sessions in the runoff, which was rescheduled from late March because of the coronavirus pandemic. " Jeff Sessions and his supporters are going to be behind us", he told supporters. "He had his chance and he blew it. I love Alabama! " Trump wrote on Twitter in March. [Full Article...]

At least three ships ablaze in Iran's Bushehr Port

At least three ships ablaze in Iran's Bushehr Port Wednesday's incident appears to be the latest in a series of fires and explosions around the country, some of which have hit sensitive sites. On Sunday, the official IRNA news agency reported a fire at a petrochemical facility in southwest Iran, which was blamed on an oil leak. [Full Article...]

US judge halts execution amid claims inmate is mentally unfit

US judge halts execution amid claims inmate is mentally unfit Friedman said in a statement . But some relatives of his victims opposed him receiving the death sentence, while his accomplice in the murders, Chevie Kehoe, was sentenced to life in prison. Alabama carried out one in early March. Purkey was sentenced to death in January 2004 after he was convicted in federal court for the interstate kidnapping and killing of 16-year-old Jennifer Long in 19... [Full Article...]

India's ban on Tiktok, like snatching big weapon from Chinese surveillance

India's ban on Tiktok, like snatching big weapon from Chinese surveillance India last month banned the apps following a border clash between soldiers from the two countries , which left 20 Indian soldiers dead. The BBC's Sophia Smith Galer explains why other countries might follow and how we got to the point where TikTok could soon be banned in your country. [Full Article...]

Black Lives Matter mural defaced outside Trump Tower

Black Lives Matter mural defaced outside Trump Tower The suspect is wanted for criminal mischief, according to the NYPD. The mural, announced and trumpeted by Mayor Bill de Blasio earlier this month, has already become a flashpoint for face-offs between pro- and anti-Trump forces - including an ugly back-and-forth on Saturday. [Full Article...]

‘We have really good numbers’: Donald Trump confident of another poll win

‘We have really good numbers’: Donald Trump confident of another poll win Stay up to date on coronavirus coverage: Listen to WMFE on your radio, the WMFE mobile app or your smart speaker - say "Alexa, play NPR" or "WMFE" and you'll be connected. Trump has downplayed the severity of the pandemic from the outset and until Saturday, refused to wear a face mask in public. Along with the surgeon general, Dr. [Full Article...]

Justice Department releases Trump's clemency order for Roger Stone

Justice Department releases Trump's clemency order for Roger Stone Matt Gaetz (R-FL), on Monday night for helping him get his prison sentence commuted by President Donald Trump . "In the Enron investigation, after the company's treasurer, Ben Glisan Jr ., pleaded guilty but refused to cooperate, we put him before the grand jury", Weissman wrote."Instead of facing additional jail time, he came clean and became one of the government's most compelling witnesse... [Full Article...]

Hong Kong's New Virus Measures Include $645 Fine for No Mask

Hong Kong's New Virus Measures Include $645 Fine for No Mask New social distancing measures will halt restaurant dining from 6 pm till 5 am every day and make wearing masks mandatory on public transport at all times. Florida recorded more than 12,000 new confirmed coronavirus cases Monday after a record-setting weekend, a spike that partly reflects the large number of tests being performed. [Full Article...]

Spotify, other apps crash on iPhones in apparent Facebook bug

Spotify, other apps crash on iPhones in apparent Facebook bug By around 9:30 AM ET, though, most users were reporting that the apps were working again, and by 10:30 AM ET Facebook had marked the issue as "resolved". Users are not required to use Facebook to log into an app for this to affect the software. A spokeswoman confirmed that this was causing apps to crash. [Full Article...]

IPhone 12 series could have smaller batteries

IPhone 12 series could have smaller batteries Apple allegedly slowed down its old iPhone variants via an update in 2017 to keep up the battery performance. Apple said it had been throttling down the CPUs to offset errors caused by the aging batteries inside. The deadline to file claims is October 6. As part of the lawsuit settlement, Apple agreed to pay a minimum of $US310 ($444) million and a maximum of $US500 ($716) million. [Full Article...]

U.S. reports almost 60000 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours

U.S. reports almost 60000 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours The United States is the most affected country, with some 3,346,246 cases, followed by Brazil (1,864,681) and India (878,254). The US has now seen daily new cases top 60,000 in four of the past five days. Florida has announced it's requiring schools to reopen next month. Texas reported 8,136 new cases on Sunday, down from the record 10,351 new cases reported on Saturday. [Full Article...]


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