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PlayStation eyes new investment for PC, mobile push

PlayStation eyes new investment for PC, mobile push

TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Group Corp’s (6758.T) gaming business is looking at fresh investment to bolster its push into PC and mobile, a senior executive said, as the PlayStation 5 maker competes for talent with deep-pocketed rivals and as industry dealmaking heats up. “Further investments in areas that will strengthen the expansion on to PC,...

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Joe Biden to impose ‘further costs’ on Iran over protests crackdown

Joe Biden to impose ‘further costs’ on Iran over protests crackdown

US President Joe Biden. — AFP/File  President Biden says US will continue holding Iranian officials accountable. Says US will support rights of Iranians to protest freely. Biden adds he was “gravely concerned” about reports of intensifying repression of protesters. PARIS: President Joe Biden on Monday said the United States would place “further costs” on Iran for its...

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Best places to visit in Japan before swarms of tourists arrive – Daily Times

Best places to visit in Japan before swarms of tourists arrive – Daily Times

After almost three years of Covid-induced border closures, Japan is finally opening up to vaccinated tourists from most countries, with no need for quarantine, PCR tests or visas. And with the yen making hotels, restaurants and shopping more affordable, demand is sure to be high. Airlines are ramping up flights and businesses are getting to...

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Viral video: College boy plays ‘Pasoori’ on Veena; crowd goes wild

Viral video: College boy plays ‘Pasoori’ on Veena; crowd goes wild

In yet another viral video of the ‘Pasoori’ rendition, the ‘Coke Studio’ banger has been attempted on the string instrument, Veena. A clip from a college event in India is circulating across the internet, where the student gave his own fun twist to the excessively recreated ‘Pasoori’ from ‘Coke Studio’ season 14, originally sung by Shae...

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President receives credentials from ambassadors-designate of six countries – Daily Times

President receives credentials from ambassadors-designate of six countries – Daily Times

President Dr Arif Alvi on Monday received the diplomatic credentials of the ambassadors-designate of The Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland, Finland, Zimbabwe and Senegal at a presentation of credentials ceremony at the Aiwan-e-Sadr. Ambassador of the Kingdom of Netherlands Henny Fokel de Vries, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark Jakob Linulf, Ambassador of Switzerland Georg Steiner, Ambassador...

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Khamenei accuses US, Israel of fomenting protests sparked by Amini’s death

Khamenei accuses US, Israel of fomenting protests sparked by Amini’s death

PARIS/DUBAI: Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday accused arch-foes the United States and Israel of fomenting the wave of nationwide unrest sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini. “I say clearly that these riots and the insecurity were engineered by America and the occupying, false Zionist regime, as well as their...

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Electronic voting machines

Electronic voting machines

Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) is currently an important topic of discussion in the political arena of Bangladesh. Some reputed experts of Bangladesh are opining that it is almost impossible to manipulate EVMs. Therefore, it is not appropriate to have any objection to the taking of votes through this. The electronic voting machines (EVMs), which will...

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Prince Harry ‘doesn’t have enough material’ for Netflix: Report 

Prince Harry ‘doesn’t have enough material’ for Netflix: Report 

Prince Harry ‘doesn’t have enough material’ for Netflix: Report  Netflix is not allowed to use footage from the Queen’s state funeral. It has nothing to do with claims that they are trying to cut unsavoury remarks about King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don’t have enough material for Netflix...

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Iran supreme leader blames US, Israel for Mahsa Amini protests

Iran supreme leader blames US, Israel for Mahsa Amini protests

Iran‘s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday accused arch-foes the United States and Israel of fomenting the wave of nationwide unrest sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini. “I say clearly that these riots and the insecurity were engineered by America and the occupying, false Zionist regime, as well as their paid...

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle don’t have ‘enough content’ for Netflix

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle don’t have ‘enough content’ for Netflix

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly don’t have ‘enough content’ for Netflix. This claim has been made by royal commentator Neil Sean, in an interview with Fox Business. He started off by saying, “On this docu-series, a very good source told me that the bottom line is that there just isn’t enough content.” “You have...