• Taiwan holds military drill after China repeats threats

    Taiwan’s army held another live-fire drill Thursday after Beijing ended its largest-ever military exercises around the island and repeated threats to bring the self-ruled democracy under its control. Beijing has raged at a trip to Taiwan last week by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — the highest-ranking elected American official to visit in decades — […]

  • Petition launched to remove Minecraft 'Player' or 'Chat' reporting feature

    Minecraft players expressed their anger over the ‘Player’ or ‘Chat’ reporting feature and launched a petition to remove it. The issue is much bigger than “false positives or errors in moderation”, the petition read. The petitioners rejected Microsoft’s efforts to coerce moderation standards on the gaming communities. The petition has over 4,551 signatures (as of […]

  • 35 infected by new Langya virus in China

    Langya henipavirus, a new zoonotic virus discovered in China, has the potential to cause acute liver and kidney infection. According to an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) by scientists from China and Singapore, approximately 35 people have been affected. The new Langya henipavirus (LayV) was discovered in a throat swab […]

  • Saudi businessman Al-Qahtani collapsed, died mid-speech in appalling video

    An appalling video of a Saudi businessman Al-Qahtani who died during his speech is circulating on social media. Saudi businessman Al-Qahtani died during speech at Cairo conference Muhammad Al-Qahtani was giving a speech on Monday at the Arab-African Conference in Cairo, Egypt. The 14 seconds long video captures the moment he lost consciousness and fell […]

  • How to Build Your Own Gaming Setup from Scratch: INFOGRAPHIC

    A gaming setup for late-night gaming sessions with friends or just chilling after a long day at the office makes you enjoy smaller details in life. But building that setup is a very hectic task, as many components are required and a bit of testing & trying can bother some people at first. You can […]

  • Are cryptocurrencies prices going up again?

    According to figures, bitcoin prices have stabilised around the $23,000 to $24,000 level after falling below $20,000 in June. The prices of Ethereum and other leading digital currencies have also risen in the last two months, raising hopes that this nascent market has bottomed out, according to CNN. However, the optimism may be premature and […]

  • Elon Musk says he will rebuy Tesla stock if Twitter deal doesn’t close

    Following the sale of nearly $7 billion in electric vehicle company shares, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk stated on Wednesday that he would repurchase Tesla stock if the Twitter deal did not close. When a user on the microblogging platform asked if he was done selling Tesla stock, the tech billionaire responded affirmatively. “Yes. […]

  • North Korea sent letter to China saying Pelosi visit to Taiwan was "shameless provocation"

    North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party (WPK) sent a formal message to the Communist Party of China on Wednesday, calling US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan last week a “shameless provocation.” According to Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency, the WPK called the US House of Representatives’ visit a “serious infringement” of Beijing’s sovereignty […]

  • 1,500 Afghan children infected with diarrhoea

    A local health official said on Wednesday that up to 1,500 Afghan children have been infected with diarrhoea in the northern Takhar province in the last week. “The infected children have been taken to the provincial hospital, where most of them, under eight years old, have been treated,” the official told Xinhua news agency. He […]

  • China again threatens to take Taiwan by military means if necessary

    In the midst of ongoing tensions over Taiwan, China threatened to take the democratically self-governing island by force if necessary on Wednesday. “We will work with the greatest sincerity and exert our utmost efforts to achieve peaceful reunification,” dpa news agency cited a white paper on the Taiwan issue posted by the Chinese government as […]

  • Australia's Victoria state to distribute free masks to curb Covid spread

    In an effort to combat the spread of Covid-19, authorities in Australia’s Victoria state have announced that free masks will be distributed to the community. According to the announcement, more than 3 million free N95 and KN95 masks will be distributed to the public over the next four to six weeks through state-run testing sites […]

  • Xbox friends lists appear empty or not working for players

    Xbox players are facing issues with their friends list not working or showing empty. As per social media posts, the bug affected many players on Wednesday for several hours. The users are not able to see members of their friend lists or their friend lists disappear. Players affected by Xbox friends list empty or not […]