Trump administration ready to send out more coronavirus relief money

President Donald Trump and his advisors showed more support for a new round of coronavirus relief spending this week as economic damage from the pandemic mounts.  The president on Thursday said, “I think we’re going to be helping people out” and “getting some money for them” as tens of millions of Americans lose paychecks and businesses struggle to survive … Continue reading Trump administration ready to send out more coronavirus relief money

Apple moves AirPods Pro manufacturing from China to Vietnam

Some Apple AirPods Pro cases now say the headphones are assembled in Vietnam, according to a Twitter user, multiple reports on the MacRumors forums, and one Verge staffer who recently purchased a pair, indicating the company may be reducing its reliance on Chinese manufacturing (via MacRumors). Typically, AirPods Pro units contain a message on the back of the case that says the device … Continue reading Apple moves AirPods Pro manufacturing from China to Vietnam

Covid-19: 5G does not create or spread coronavirus

Many of those sharing the post are pushing a conspiracy theory falsely claiming that 5G - which is used in mobile phone networks and relies on signals carried by radio waves - is somehow responsible for coronavirus. These theories appear to have first emerged via Facebook posts in late January, around the same time the … Continue reading Covid-19: 5G does not create or spread coronavirus

China ZTE executive quits amid sex assault allegations

An executive at Chinese tech giant ZTE has resigned following reports that he is under investigation for sexual assault. The company announced that Bao Yuming, also known as Robert Y Bao, had stepped down from its board. The firm, which makes telecoms equipment, said in a stock exchange filing that it was "concerned" by the … Continue reading China ZTE executive quits amid sex assault allegations

COVID-19: Sugesstion by two medical professors to test CoronaVirus Vaccine in Africa criticized by Footbal legends Samuel Eto’o and Didier Drogba

Article By Zambian Watchdog Samuel Eto'o and Didier Drogba have criticised two medical professors who claimed that testing for a vaccine against coronavirus should be carried out in Africa. The comments were made on French television about the potential BCG vaccine, which is usually used against tuberculosis. Professor Jean-Paul Mira, head of the intensive care … Continue reading COVID-19: Sugesstion by two medical professors to test CoronaVirus Vaccine in Africa criticized by Footbal legends Samuel Eto’o and Didier Drogba

COVID-19: African politicians taking donated masks, hand sanitizers meant for the public to their homes

In the midst of all the trouble the deadly Covid-19 is causing world wide, Some African Leaders or Elite as they prefer to be called are using this time to loot, politicize and take away basic incentives meant for the public. A report from Zambian Social Media page 'KOSWE' exposes Information and Broadcasting Services permanent … Continue reading COVID-19: African politicians taking donated masks, hand sanitizers meant for the public to their homes

Idris Elba diagnosed with COVID-19 (Corona Virus)

Actor Idris Elba said he has tested positive for Covid-19. Elba, 47, said he received his test results Monday morning. He encouraged people watching to practice social distancing and be diligent about hand washing, emphasizing the point that there are asymptomatic people are out there, like himself. "Stay home people and be pragmatic," he wrote. … Continue reading Idris Elba diagnosed with COVID-19 (Corona Virus)

World health authorities now have a name for the coronavirus illness. COVID-19

The World Health Organization on Monday proposed an official name for the illness caused by new coronavirus: COVID-19. The acronym stands for coronavirus disease 2019, as the illness was first detected toward the end of last year. The director general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, noted that the new name makes no … Continue reading World health authorities now have a name for the coronavirus illness. COVID-19

Microsoft says there were more business opportunities in China in the last year

Technology giant Microsoft has seen more business opportunities in the Chinese market in the last year, a top company executive said on Monday “For us, it has been even more opportunities than prior,” said Alain Crozier, Microsoft’s chairman and CEO for the Greater China region. “First of all, we help Chinese companies do business abroad; this is … Continue reading Microsoft says there were more business opportunities in China in the last year