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After 355 days perched atop a Seoul traffic tower, Kim Yong-hee, who says he was fired for labor activism, climbed down. Source link
Fed Chair Jerome H. Powell said that the central bank is pushing its limits and trying to be transparent as it does. Source link
Drew Pavlou, an advocate for Hong Kong democracy and against Chinese influence on campus, has been barred from his studies at the University of Queensland until 2022. Source link
Nintendo Switch owners can now play one of the best Wii titles on the go with improved visuals and extra content in the form of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. The remaster has launched today exclusively on Nintendo’s popular hybrid console. Watch the launch trailer here! The Nintendo Switch is the hot piece of gaming technology these days. After the...
FREDDIE MERCURY unseen pictures will feature in a newly announced Queen tour photography, with contributions from Brian May and Roger Taylor. Source link
FURLOUGH payments are something which millions of workers in the UK have been receiving amid the coronavirus crisis. Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be made in the coming months, and today, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is expected to announce further details. Source link
INDIA has warned its citizens to be prepared for a possible invasion of locusts on a biblical scale after swarms ravaged areas in the north. Source link
Uber Technologies Inc on Friday said it would offer rides by the hour in some U.S. cities, a feature aimed at helping Americans with essential trips during the coronavirus pandemic. Source link
When Cisco bought AppDynamics in 2017 for $3.7 billion just before the IPO, the company sent a clear signal it wanted to move beyond its pure network hardware roots into the software monitoring side of the equation. Yesterday afternoon the company announced it intends to buy another monitoring company, this time snagging internet monitoring solution ThousandEyes. Cisco would...
As health system grapples with the coronavirus, doctors are increasingly going online to consult with patients suffering less critical or chronic diseases, while the Indian economy prepares to emerge from a nationwide lockdown. Source link