Month: December 2021

Tech

Nintendo Switch shortages will continue into 2022, says Nintendo president

If you expect it to be easy to get the Nintendo Switch next year, lower your expectations. In a recent interview with a Japanese newspaper Kyoto Shimbun, President of Nintendo, Shuntaro Furukawa, warned that the change would continue in 2022. Furukawa said that the “global decline of semiconductors and commodities” would continue to affect future […]

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Tech

LG’s new ‘OLED EX’ should fix the pain points of current OLED televisions

Credit: LG Display LG Display has announced the launch of its new TV technology, OLED EX. The new display should be up to 30% brighter than standard OLED TV screens. The first TVs with OLED EX screens should be made sometime in the second half of 2022. OLED TVs are well known for their precision […]

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World News

Anti-Vaxxers Condemned For Ambushing Covid Test And Trace Centre

Vaccine opponents were strongly criticized after hiding a Covid disease test and trace center. The actions of anti-vaxxers in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, were reported to have been “provocative” posed as harassing health workers and stealing important items. In several of the most widely distributed videos on television, the group was seen with placards reading “Boris […]

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World News

The ParkDetroit app has been completely overhauled, but it won't update automatically on your phone

click to enlarge Steve Neavling You will need to download the new Detroit parking program. The city of Detroit is launching a new and improved version of its ParkDetroit smartphone parking feature on Thursday. The existing software will not automatically change, however, you will need to manually uninstall it and reinstall it. The new model […]

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World News

US move to shorten Covid-19 isolation stirs confusion, doubt

WASHINGTON – The idea of ​​U.S. health officials shortening Covid-19 isolation and isolation for 10 to 5 days is criticizing some medical professionals and could lead to confusion and fear among Americans. To the dismay of some officials, the new guidelines allow people to stop isolating themselves without testing to see if they have the […]

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World News

Flu is making a comeback in US after an unusual year off

The flu season in the US has come to an end after a year, flu hospitals are on the rise and two children have died. Last year’s flu season was the lowest in history, either because Covid-19 methods – school closures, distances, masks and restrictions on walking – prevented the spread of the flu, or […]

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Gadget

NEW NewsBusters Podcast: Somehow 'Yacht Rock' Is Racist

As we end 2021, it’s time to take a brief look at the culture at the NewsBusters Podcast. NPR music critic Ann Powers recently said the Beatles show how the rock band was a white male band. The NPR also brought in Nikole Hannah-Jones recently to describe the “yacht stone” as the Steely Dan, Toto, […]

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Gadget

Court Drop-Kicks Oklahoma Guard Anti-Vax Suit Because BRO, DO YOU EVEN LAW?

Is it interesting when a federal judge says “your disputes are wrong and reduce the 4th Amendment”? Interview with the Oklahoma government, which found is broken last night was a federal judge for refusing to vaccinate his National Guard soldiers. President Joe Biden’s immunization order for civil servants is went to the Supreme Court, but […]

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Gadget

SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Tunnel of Doom’ Review, Plus Today’s New Releases and the Latest Sales

Hello dear readers, I welcome you to the SwitchArcade Round-Up of December 29, 2021. It is a new day today, but there is little to discuss as we enter the last days of the year. The first is the commentary on Tunnel of Doom, a game that was released last week before Christmas. We have […]

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World News

France reports daily record of more than 200,000 new cases of COVID-19

France is experiencing a “tsunami” of the COVID-19 epidemic, with 208,000 cases reported 24 hours ago, with a new international and European news, Health Minister Olivier Veran told lawmakers on Wednesday. Events mention reports Reuters. France has repeatedly broken its record of illness over the past few days, with Tuesday 180,000 cases being the oldest […]

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