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Month: December 2021

World News

Sky-high homes with the best city views

A view of the jaw-dropping city from the penthouse on 368 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne. The appearance of the town is the best-selling property in Melbourne real estate. And these homes at the peak of the market offer excellent views of CBD and urban interiors, including MCG and Luna Park. Entering is a hiking trail […]

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Gadget

Liverpool return on cards for Philippe Coutinho as former Red in 'nightmare' since leaving

Philippe Coutinho is expected to switch to Barcelona in January as former Liverpool midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri faces a challenge a few months later at the new club Lyon. Video Loading Video Not Available The video will play itself soon8Stop Play now Klopp concedes a race after Liverpool lost to Leicester Philippe Coutinho is expected to […]

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Tech

African tech startups raised a record $4B+ in 2021, more than 2019 and 2020 combined, with more $100M+ rounds than ever before (Tage Kene-Okafor/TechCrunch)

Tage Kene-Okafor / TechCrunch results: African tech startups earned $ 4B + in 2021, over 2019 and 2020 combined, with $ 100M + revenue than ever before.– African VC reached its peak in 2021 at a cost of more than $ 4 billion and there has never been a better time – Two years ago, […]

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Gadget

2021 Year in Review: Gamescom Introduces Many New Titles but Another Franchise Draws to a Close

E3 may be the first game conference of the year, but its similarity in Europe is even greater. Gamescom took place at the end of August and while there was only one opening show that affected all manufacturers and publishers (including Sony), there were many new games to enjoy. This month was not good news, […]

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Gadget

Cobra Kai Joins Fortnite In Celebration Of The Show's Fourth Season

Cobra Kayi is back on Netflix for the fourth season tomorrow. The runaway hit show has been set Son of Karate old films, and rekindle the conflict between Daniel LaRusso (played by Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). Recently we had the opportunity to play a little funny game Cobra Kai video game from […]

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World News

Check out the ingenious ways people are freeze-proofing their hummingbird feeders during B.C.'s cold snap

Lovers of hummingbirds in British Columbia do not know the limits when it comes to finding ways to get the smallest birds in the region to stay out of the cold. Lighting candles, tin cans, hand-helders, flaming Christmas lights and socks have been set on fire are just some of the things MacGuyvered has made […]

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Gadget

Telegram Pushes Out One More Update Before 2021 Closes

If you are a Telegraph user who feels that the service may be a little more limited compared to other services, then you may be interested in the latest updates for the app. The developers at the back of the app have been able to release final updates before the year 2021 and bring many […]

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Gadget

Apple Suggests That Bluetooth Is Holding Back The AirPods

When AirPods were first announced, many laughed at the ears, the design, and the price. However, as recently as today, it is one of the best-selling products and has also released new models and Pro. We think the term is not a marketplace here, but feel free to use and connect with Apple products. That […]

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Gadget

BlackBerry To Discontinue Key Services In January 2022

The early days of the smartphone era were a bit confusing. There were many companies competing for a piece of bread at one time. BlackBerry was one of the companies that managed to remain loyal for many years, but Apple iPhones and Google’s Android platform eventually became major platforms, BlackBerry fell by the wayside. The […]

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World News

Why the Pressure to Set New Year's Resolutions Might Feel Greater Than Ever — and How to Combat It

The need for conclusions may be even greater than in the New Year, but experts say that it is important to go back in time before changing your life. To many, it seems like life has stood still for almost two years, because the Covid-19 plague prevents people from making their own and professional plans. […]

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