OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei makes smartphone comeback

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei makes smartphone comeback

The Nothing Phone 1. Nothing The co-founder of Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus, Carl Pei, is back with a new handset – only this time it’s with a different company, literally called Nothing. Pei’s peculiarly named start-up officially pulled the wraps off its debut smartphone Tuesday, after months of dropping hints and teasers about the look … Read more

The Digital Train Isn’t Slowing Down Anytime Soon

The Digital Train Isn't Slowing Down Anytime Soon

Onward and upward, executives say. getty Close to three in four global businesses (72%) are forging ahead with digital expansion, despite economic concerns, supply chain challenges, and skills issues. And, at least half of executives are looking at Web3 – Web3 !! – as a viable option moving forward. That’s the word from Equinix, which … Read more

Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal Reserve officials were concerned at their meeting last month that consumers were increasingly anticipating higher inflation, and they signaled that much higher interest rates could be needed to restrain it. The policymakers also acknowledged, in minutes from their June 14-15 meeting released Wednesday, that their rate hikes could weaken the economy. … Read more

Nigeria: 7 Celebrity Failed Marriages That Shocked Nigerians

South Africa: Following a Fungus From Genes to Tree Disease - a Journey in Science

Nigerian celebrities, mostly in the entertainment industry, have won the hearts of their fans because of their amazing talents. However, some of them had issues with their marriages. A few of them are looked into vis-a-vis reasons for their failed marriages. Korra Obidi Korra Obidi is a talented Nigerian dancer, musician and model. She got … Read more

South Africa: Following a Fungus From Genes to Tree Disease – a Journey in Science

South Africa: Following a Fungus From Genes to Tree Disease - a Journey in Science

Anyone who reads even a little about science and technology will be familiar by now with the idea of ​​genome sequencing. This process involves breaking an organism’s DNA into fragments to study their compositions or sequences. Then the fragments are aligned and merged to reconstruct the original sequence. But why sequence an organism’s genome? What’s … Read more

Asia’s manufacturing slows, adding to global recession fears | Manufacturing

Asia's manufacturing slows, adding to global recession fears |  Manufacturing

Factory activity slows or declines in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan amid supply disruptions and rising costs. Asia’s manufacturing activity stalled in June as many companies were hit by supply disruptions caused by China’s strict COVID-19 lockdowns, while sharp economic slowdown risks in Europe and the United States reinforced fears of a global recession. While … Read more

The cost of Nigeria’s failure to qualify for Qatar World Cup 2022 | Football News

The cost of Nigeria's failure to qualify for Qatar World Cup 2022 |  Football News

Doha, Qatar – Nigerian football fans and business owners in Qatar are still reeling from their team’s failure to qualify for the World Cup 2022, which will be held in the Middle Eastern country from November 21 to December 18. Nigeria’s failure to beat Ghana in March prevented them from qualifying for Qatar 2022, a … Read more

Fed’s Mester backs 75 basis point hike in July if conditions remain the same

Fed's Mester backs 75 basis point hike in July if conditions remain the same

Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester takes part in a panel convened to speak about the health of the US economy in New York November 18, 2015. Lucas Jackson | Reuters Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said Wednesday that if economic conditions remain the same when the US central bank meets to decide … Read more

Investors excited by Zimbabwe plan to mint gold to curb inflation | Business and Economy News

Investors excited by Zimbabwe plan to mint gold to curb inflation |  Business and Economy News

Harare, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe is set to introduce gold coins that will enable investors to store value within the country as inflation spirals out of control and the local currency continues to rapidly devalue against major currencies. The move comes after inflation for June jumped to 191.6% from 132% in May. In a statement on … Read more