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Japan picks Mitsubishi Heavy to develop own…

Japan says it has picked Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as a main contractor to develop the country’s own next-generation stealth fighter for launch in the 2030s

Mental Health in Winter 2020

Everyone is dreading this coming winter due to COVID-19. This video discusses ways in which we can manage our mental health during this challenging time.

Spotify Soars Past 300 Million Monthly Active…

Spotify Soars Past 300 Million Monthly Active Users . Spotify revealed in its latest earnings release that it now has 320 million monthly active users. . The company also has 144 million paid subscribers. That’s an increase of 29 percent and 27 percent from last year, respectively. Spotify credits its recent launch in Russia with driving user growth, calling it the “most successful new market launch to date.”. These latest numbers put Spotify comfortably ahead of rival services such as Amazon and Apple. . As of January 2020, Amazon Music only has 55 million customers, and “nearly all” of them are paying subscribers. . In 2019, Apple reported having 60 million paying subscribers.

Global shares fall back after Wall Street rebound

Global stock markets and U.S. futures have sunk as investors look ahead to next week’s American presidential election and weigh the chances of stimulus from Washington and Europe

Maintaining Motivation In Running

As the weather gets colder, it becomes more difficult to maintain the motivation to run daily. Here are some tips to continue your fitness journey.

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'Cyberpunk 2077' Is Postponed Again

'Cyberpunk 2077' Is Postponed Again . The highly-anticipated game is now being pushed back until December 10. Developer CD Projekt Red took to Twitter to provide an explanation. The biggest challenge for us right now is shipping the game on current-gen, next-gen, and PC at the same time, which requires us to prepare and test nine versions of it, Developer CD Projekt Red, via Twitter. We need to make sure everything works well and every version runs smoothly. , Developer CD Projekt Red, via Twitter. We’re aware it might seem unrealistic when someone says 21 days can make any difference in such a massive and complex game, but they really do, Developer CD Projekt Red, via Twitter. In early October, the game officially went gold, meaning an official release version was ready. The developers promised "no more delays are happening," . but they apparently "under-calculated" the "time period" it would take to develop further updates for the day of release

West Virginia voters laud Trump for trying to…

Four years after Donald Trump donned a miner’s helmet at a West Virginia campaign rally and vowed to save a dying industry, coal has not come roaring back

Voting In A Swing State Pennsylvania

Straight from the voter's mouth! Holly Manzone was born in Pennsylvania and lives outside Philadelphia. She explains how she made her decision on how to vote this year. She explains how her friends are feeling from across the aisle and what it's like to be a voter on the ground in this hotly contested battleground state.

Quibi Is Shutting Down Just 6 Months After Launch

Quibi Is Shutting Down Just 6 Months After Launch. According to 'The Wall Street Journal,' the streaming service is to be one of the shortest-lived to date. The company launched on April 6, 2020, providing content to be specifically viewed on mobile devices. Two plans — one with ads and one without — were available for under $10 per month. . In July, app-tracking firm Sensor Tower claimed Quibi lost over 90% of its subscribers after the three-month free trial was up. . According to The Verge, Quibi has refuted those numbers but never provided alternate figures for reference. Factors that may have contributed to the company's demise include its mobile-only content as people are stuck at home amid the pandemic. or that short-form video content can be found for free with competitors such as YouTube and TikTok. Co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg attempted to sell off the floundering company earlier this year, but no one took the bait

Chinese promise market opening amid technology…

Chinese officials say the ruling Communist Party will promote “technological self-reliance” in the coming five years but will open further to trade

Breast Cancer Screenings Are Down 63% During The…

With social distancing measures in place, many have opted out in visiting the doctor's office.

Empty Parisian sidewalks as France enters day 1…

The scenes in Paris resembled a regular lazy weekend morning — light traffic, a sprinkling of people on the sidewalks

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Nokia to Build First Cellular Network on the Moon…

Nokia to Build First Cellular Network on the Moon for NASA. On Monday, Nokia Oyj announced that they had been chosen by NASA to create the first ever cellular network on the moon. . The network is expected to be available by late 2022. . The Finnish telecommunications firm said that their partnership with NASA would create a “sustainable human presence on the lunar surface.” . The technology will be “ideally suited” for providing the technology that “astronauts need.” . It will make remotely controlled rovers, high definition streaming and real-time navigation possible. . Nokia is working with Intuitive Machines to integrate their work into a lunar lander for delivery and self-configuration on the surface of the moon. . The LTE/4G communications system will also be “ultra-compact, low-power” and “space-hardened.”. The solution has been specially designed to withstand the harsh conditions of the launch and lunar landing, and to operate in the extreme conditions of space, Nokia, via Bloomberg

Asia Today: Japan crosses 100,000 cases, 9 months…

Japan’s health ministry says coronavirus cases have topped 100,000, nine months after the first case was found in mid-January

Republicans Vs Democrats Senate Showdown

Democrats are hoping to flip enough seats to take over the Senate, while Republicans hope to cling on to their majority. We examine the hottest contest in the country as election day grows ever closer. Steven Voss, professor of political science at Kentucky University, Paul Bentz, a campaign strategist at Higher Ground and Elizabeth D. Alvarez the Chief of Election Litigation at Guest and Grey share their thoughts.

Sony Releases Free Black Lives Matter PS4 Theme

Sony Releases Free , Black Lives Matter , PS4 Theme. On Oct. 19, Sony released the "Black Lives Matter Theme" on the PlayStation Store. When the theme is enabled, the bottom of the user interface appears with black and yellow graphics, as well as a raised fist. The hashtag #BLM also appears as part of the free theme. Other companies have taken similar actions. In June, Activision released a 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' update that displayed a message supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Developer Bungie introduced several items supporting Black Lives Matter, including 'Destiny 2' emblems and a "be heard" enamel pin.

Scaled-back Thanksgiving plans leave turkey…

For the turkey industry, this Thanksgiving is a guessing game

The Government Wants Time to Test the Vaccine

The FDA has placed strict requirements on vaccine developers requesting at least two months of testing data.

YouTube Vows to Ban Misleading Claims About COVID…

YouTube Vows to Ban Misleading Claims About COVID-19 Vaccines. The video-sharing platform has announced a new effort to crackdown on COVID-19 misinformation, . warning it will ban any clips that contradict expert advice from local health authorities. A COVID-19 vaccine may be imminent, therefore we're ensuring we have the right policies in place to be able to remove [related] misinformation, YouTube, via statement. According to YouTube, it has already removed 200,000 dangerous or misleading videos about coronavirus. Similarly, Facebook has announced plans to ban ads that discourage people from getting vaccinated

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Walmart removes guns, ammunition on display at…

Walmart says it has removed ammunition and firearms from displays at U.S. stores, citing “civil unrest” in some areas

The Impact Of Mail-In Voting

The coronavirus has forced many to turn to mail-in voting. Wth laws differing from state to state the process can often be confusing, we examine the impact of the move towards such voting and ask what it will mean for the result. Steven Voss, professor of political science at Kentucky University, Paul Bentz, a campaign strategist at Higher Ground and Elizabeth D. Alvarez the Chief of Election Litigation at Guest and Grey.