“It’s very selfish, but it’s what I need, and it’s what I want to do. If it doesn’t happen, I’m alive, I will have plenty of opportunities in the future. I will have a superlicence in 2021, and we’ve seen that no one is safe from COVID. So let’s see.”
Clearly, emerging tech is making nations, like the UK, think differently. The way governments approached the Internet or smartphones is not the same way they approach AI or robotics, as there are far more calculations being made, including the elephant in the room — geopolitics. The roadmap forward is not black and white, nor is it […]
The bank has completed the whole e-KYC process on mobile app to the step of highest identification thanks to video call technology, ensuring the same level of accuracy of verification of information compared with face-to-face meeting. In Vietnam, only TPBank has reached this step and become ready to put it into use right after a […]
Raffensperger’s office also debunked allegations that the ballots were stuffed in a pair of “suitcases” that one election official pulled out from beneath a table in the video, saying footage shows the ballots in the cases that they were supposed to be kept in.
Eventually, Apple and Samsung are going to have to settle their dispute. At the end of the day, Apple likely won’t get what it’s asking for, and the never-ending court battles are very likely to cost more than they’re worth. But there’s a steadfast belief in Cupertino, still seemingly cemented by Steve Jobs’ statements, that […]
The thing I find interesting about the film business is that these people are sponsoring these crazy stories and scripts that are really hard-edged and, you know, released X-rated, and really sort of perverse in every aspect. Then you meet the people behind them and they’re just so conventional and normal and worried about what […]
As a Silver Ferns player in the 1990s, Taurua “wasn’t one of those put forward to speak [to the media]. I was never one of those people seen as a leader, or captain material … It didn’t worry me, to be honest, I was quite happy just being in the background.”
F1 back on track after a dramatic weekStaying in Bahrain for a second successive event, Formula 1 has experienced an intense week since the first last of Sunday’s first race at Sakhir when Romain Grosjean miraculously escaped a high-speed crash in which his car tore in two and caught fire.
But allowing just 2,000 fans in Tottenham’s 62,000-capacity stadium might make it more expensive to re-open than to keep the ground shut out until that maximum attendance number is bigger.
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