The 2020-21 men’s college basketball regular season has come to a close, but before we can fully shift gears to filling out brackets, it’s time to hand out some national awards. The National Player of the Year race has been rather uneventful…
In the first two months of 2021, the U.S. reported more deaths than in the first six months of the pandemic. Latest COVID-19 news.
Brittany Gosney told investigators she tried to abandon her son in a wildlife area and ran over him when he attempted to get back into her vehicle, according to court documents.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Two new reports from Bloomberg and Wired have shed light on some of Google’s failures in building its Stadia cloud gaming service. The reports come just a few weeks after Google announced it would be shutting down its in-house Stadia game development studios. One key issue, according…
Playtika reported strong quarterly growth in earnings and revenue for the fourth quarter ended December 31.
With February almost coming to an end and March just around the corner, PlayStation Plus is ready for new games. While it is always difficult to top the previous month, somehow Sony always manages to. According to fresh leaks, the March lineup of free games on PS Plus is nothing short of blockbusters. SuperDan on YouTube……
Yoshiro Mori will step down on Friday as the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee, according to reports.
Experts believe that tension surrounding the pandemic is the main reason behind the surge. Organizations such as Operation Save Our City and Alliance of Concerned Men are working to support victims of violent crime and teach healthy conflict resolution skills.
N.J. reports 93 COVID deaths, 3,723 positive tests. Vaccinations hit 925K doses administered. NJ.comCOVID-19 in L.A. County finally on a sustained decline Los Angeles TimesArizona reports 3,826 new COVID-19 cases, 196 more deaths KTAR.comMercer COVID cases decrease as Tazewell passes 3000 total cases Bluefield Daily TelegraphCOVID-19 relief bill talks continue in Washington FOX59 NewsView Full Coverage on Google News
There are now more than one billion iPhones in the wild.