While most tokens have gained in value over the past seven sessions, investor sentiment still lingers around “extreme fear” territory, indicating that the ongoing bearish phase is far from over. Bitcoin stabilizes near $30,000 After plunging to $25,000 in the past two weeks, Bitcoin (BTC) is stabilizing near the crucialRead More →

It’s the last week of April and a lot of great content is coming to Netflix. Here are the best Netflix shows and movies of the week. If you’re looking for something to watch on Netflix, the last week of April has a great list of options. Sunday will seeRead More →

Jurgen Klopp can often sound prophetic, but not when discussing the appointment of another evangelist for the pressing game. “It’s not good news for other teams,” Klopp said when Ralf Rangnick became Manchester United’s caretaker manager. The final verdict, which should either clinch a Champions League place at United’s expense,Read More →

It’s been seven years since Brendan Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool and a prominent newspaper columnist has pointedly pointed the finger at Michael Edwards, their technical director at the time. Edwards was described as having a ‘warm relationship’ with the owners of Liverpool’s Fenway Sports Group, ‘tapping’ on his laptopRead More →

Avesh Khan played the final IPL season in an attack that saw Anrich Nortje break the speed record, Kagiso Rabada threatening the purple cap and spinners R Ashwin and Axar Patel showing their trickery. Still, it was Avesh who threw the most balls for the Delhi Capitals at the death.Read More →

Captain Rios suffers a gruesome transporter accident in Star Trek: Picard season 2 that’s unlike the usual mishaps that come from teleportation. Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard Season 2, Episode 3 – “Assimilation” Captain Cristobal Rios (Santiago Cabrera) is injured in a rare carrier error in Star Trek: PicardRead More →

The design of the flagship initiative adds additional complexity to the funding system and reinforces inequalities, writes a local government researcher. In November, Michael Gove signaled his support for “simplifying and streamlining” tenders, instructing minister Neil O’Brien to review the agenda. Jack Shaw, local government researcher In committing to layingRead More →

More than thirty years ago, North Korea and South Korea signed a declaration of “denuclearization” renouncing the reprocessing of plutonium, the enrichment of uranium and the development, testing or possession of ‘nuclear weapons. To reach an agreement, the United States withdrew its own nuclear missiles from South Korea and canceledRead More →

In one of Istanbul’s coolest neighborhoods, Beşiktaş, the Akaretler neighborhood definitely stands out with its cobbled streets lined with convenience stores. Row houses, called “Sıraevler”, in the neighborhood fascinate with their historical atmosphere and beautifully restored neoclassical style. These charming buildings are one of the liveliest cultural hubs in theRead More →

It’s early days and most voters aren’t paying attention yet. But if you’re in the running for Wisconsin’s major primaries, Marquette University’s first law school poll provides some pointers. So…as expected, former Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, who are the best-known candidates, are leading their respectiveRead More →

Nutanix, a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, today announced the results of the survey recently commissioned by IDC CXO, highlighting that if companies are developing better digital habits and systems, a shift is needed from digital culture to the realization of value. Surveying EMEA leaders, the Nutanix-sponsored IDC InfoBrief FromRead More →

MULTIPLE BENEFITS: A committee said Taiwan’s presence in the trading bloc would boost Australia’s economy, while attaching conditions to China’s application to join. Editor, with CNA, Sydney An Australian parliamentary committee has voiced support for Taiwan’s bid to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) trade bloc, while alsoRead More →

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and the arts this weekend: EXHIBITIONS: fit together Opening of the Arkansas Historical Museum, 200 E. Second St., Little Rock “Dovetails / We Adapt” Friday in the museum’s Trinity Gallery. The exhibit is a partnership with carpentry students from the Applied Design program at the UniversityRead More →

Cardano is one of the fastest growing blockchain projects. Since its inception, the project has created a strong community and gained noticeable attraction. The blockchain does not slow down its pace and continues to integrate important features to develop further. Recently, Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), the company behind theRead More →

LEWISTON — According to a study by a University of Idaho graduate student, anglers are more likely to catch hatcheries than wild rainbow trout in the Snake River Basin. The student, guided by a professor from the Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, documented catch-and-release mortality rates were belowRead More →