• NEWS
    A legal response to a ludicrous claim

    What many people are asking is why Brigitte Macron is going to law at all to suppress so ludicrous a fabrication. Did Elvis’s relatives file suit when told he was alive and well, having been spotted eating ham and grits in a Memphis roadhouse? Filing suit before the courts can give the impression to the […]

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    Eureka College Offers Matching Tuition to All Lincoln College Students

    In an effort to help the Lincoln College students succeed and complete their bachelor degrees, Eureka College will be matching the net tuition cost for all Lincoln College students who choose to transfer to Eureka. In addition, any students who meet the criteria for the Eureka Promise program, will be awarded the full tuition scholarship, […]

  • ALL DEALS
    The iQOO Neo6 to arrive early next month

    After the rather extensive leak from a few days ago revealing many of the iQOO Neo6 specs, we now have the supposed launch time frame. The renowned tipster, Digital Chat Sttation thinks that the handset will arrive sometime in the beginning of April. A render of the iQOO Neo5s The Weibo post also suggests that the device will offer […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    HTC to announce a flagship Android phone in April

    Don’t call it a comeback just yet but HTC is reportedly looking to bring a flagship Android phone as early as next month. The news comes from Taiwan’s DigiTimes which got confirmation from HTC Vive Asia-Pacific GM Charles Huang at an HTC event part of MWC 2022. HTC’s new flagship would be the first of its kind […]

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    5 Reasons to Learn Java Programming

    If you ask 100 developers what the best programming language is, Java is sure to come up. While it’s not as new and exciting as other languages like Python, Java is used by over 9.6 million developers, and for good reason. Java is fairly easy to learn and used in many mobile and desktop applications. There’s also […]

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    China cracks down on online messages found to be defamatory

    Beijing: Internet users in China face up to three years in prison if found guilty of posting defamatory messages that are re-posted 500 times, a Chinese daily reported Tuesday. The fresh guidelines announced by the Supreme People’s Court and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) stipulate that people will face defamation charges if they post online rumours, Shanghai […]

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    Singapore among earliest countries to accept Omicron not threatening nationally: Professor Fisher

    Singapore is one of the earliest countries to accept that Omicron is not threatening nationally because a large proportion of the population is vaccinated, said Professor Dale Fisher, senior consultant at the National University Hospital’s Division of Infectious Diseases. “Singapore is realising the strategy of Covid resilience, such that as new variants arise, they can […]

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    OnePlus 10 Pro to come with 36-month fluency TÜV certification

    OnePlus’ 10 series event is just a couple of days away so the company doesn’t stop teasing its upcoming handsets. The latest post on Weibo talks about a strange new fluency certification from TÜV and the OnePlus 10 Pro is the first phone to pass the tests with flying colors. The certification takes into account […]