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The Best Wired Headphones to Buy Now
Are you wired or wireless-as in, do you own a pair of wired headphones or not?
Czech president’s aides under investigation for not informing officials or public that leader was extremely ill
Czech police have opened an investigation into whether President Milos Zeman’s aides committed a crime by not telling other officials or the public that the country’s leader was...
US Vows To Help Free Missionaries Kidnapped In Haiti After Ransom Demand
A gang known as 400 Mawozo has been identified as behind the kidnapping of the group of 17 Missionaries in Haiti. The kidnappers have demanded $1 million for each of the group.
First Bitcoin-linked ETF has launched. But what is it?
What is an EFT and can it convince Bitcoin fans who want to cut out the middleman when it comes to trading?
Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pros and Airpods
Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pro laptops and cheaper Airpods. Here's what the new products looks like.
Japanese man arrested after using deepfake technology to uncensor & resell porn videos in first AI case
A Japanese man who removed mandatory censorship from pornography using artificial intelligence and resold the images was arrested on Monday for violating laws on copyright and o...
Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony Initiative Marks 21 Years of Building Global Support Systems
In the fight against cancer, Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony Initiative created digital and physical spaces of conversation to create a safe and loving environment.
Boeing Aims For Unmanned Starliner Test Flight In First Half Of 2022
Boeing's Starliner capsule was scheduled to fly to the ISS on August 3 but the flight was aborted hours before the launch due to problems with propulsion system valves.
Haiti Gang Seeks $17 Million For Releasing Kidnapped US Missionaries
A Haitian minister said talks were underway with kidnappers to seek the release of the 17 missionaries kidnapped over the weekend by a gang called 400 Mawozo.
Russian film director who shot space movie sets sights on Mars
After spending 12 days in space shooting scenes for a film called "The Challenge," Russian director Klim Shipenko is looking further afield.
Brazil's Bolsonaro Must Face Homicide Charge For Covid Errors: Senate Report
Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro has dismissed the probe as politically motivated. A day earlier, he told supporters the probe was a "joke" and that he was not concerned about it.
Privacy concerns raised over UK schools using facial recognition
Nine schools in North Ayrshire in Scotland say using the technology is quicker and more hygienic for pupils paying for their lunches.
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