Naitosharp: “If you are a really good player, you will do well online.”

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Inven Global

A lot of people started to know of Noah “Naitosharp” McCulley during the online era. While most pros were complaining about Nintendo’s WiFi, Naitosharp was breaking out and proving himself as a top player. But Naitosharp isn’t just a WiFi Warrior. The Zero Suit Samus main is ready to prove himself in LAN tournaments now that they are finally returning. Inven Global sat down with Naitosharp at Super Smash Con to find out more about their unique climb up the rankings and their hopes for their Smash career now that offline is back. How has Smash Con been going for you? I played decent my first co… Read More “Naitosharp: “If you are a really good player, you will do well online.””

Yellen sees US inflation moderating by mid-to-late 2022

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AFP

New York (AFP) – Inflation in the United States, pushed upward by pandemic-related supply and labor problems, should return to more moderate levels in the second half of next year, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday. With supply-chain woes slowing deliveries of a range of parts, including the semiconductors needed by automakers, and amid widespread labor shortages and still strong demand for products, US consumer prices in September were 5.4 percent higher than in the same month in 2020, raising concerns about economic recovery.  But Yellen told CNN’s “State of the Union” she sees a p… Read More “Yellen sees US inflation moderating by mid-to-late 2022”

NCR deescalation a big possibility — DOH

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Philippine Star

Mayen Jaymalin – The Philippine Star October 25, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) sees a higher possibility of having Metro Manila deescalated to Alert Level 2 as new COVID-19 cases in the region continue to decline. Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said the National Capital Region or NCR has recorded a negative 52 percent two-week growth rate while the average daily attack rate (ADAR) also went down to 9.87. Vergeire further noted that the COVID bed utilization rate is now at 39 percent and 48 percent for ICU bed. “So, looking at these figures, i… Read More “NCR deescalation a big possibility — DOH”

Azerbaijan confirms 2,036 more COVID-19 cases, 1,045 recoveries

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Azer News

By Trend Azerbaijan has detected 2,036 new COVID-19 cases, 1,045 patients have recovered, and 25 patients have died, Trend reports citing the Operational Headquarters under Azerbaijani Cabinet of Ministers. Up until now, 516,325 people have been infected with coronavirus in the country, 484,604 of them have recovered, and 6,894 people have died. Currently, 24,827 people are under treatment in special hospitals. To reveal the COVID-19 cases, 12,325 tests have been carried out in Azerbaijan over the past day, and a total of 5,108,298 tests have been conducted so far. Some 29,559 people were vacc… Read More “Azerbaijan confirms 2,036 more COVID-19 cases, 1,045 recoveries”

Saudi energy ministry building AI team

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Al-Araby

Saudi Arabia’s energy ministry is building an artificial intelligence (AI) team with a multi-billion riyal budget, Yehia Khoja, an adviser at the ministry, said on Sunday at the Youth Green Summit. ($1 = 3.7507 riyals). The kingdom wants to be the biggest supplier of hydrogen, the country’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al Saud said on Sunday. The Kingdom also plans to manufacture electric cars, the minister added. (Reuters) Read More “Saudi energy ministry building AI team”

Jordanian company dives into Arabic mobile games market

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Al-Araby

Its logo is a tomato, not an apple, but in just eight years Jordanian company Tamatem has already bitten a chunk out of the lucrative market for Arabic mobile games. “Less than one percent of internet content is in Arabic, even though there are 400 million Arab users,” said the company’s founder and CEO Hussam Hammo. “There is a very big gap in this market that we are trying to fill,” added the 38-year-old entrepreneur, sitting in his elegant Amman offices. Hammo founded Tamatem – which means tomato – in 2013 and it was the first Arab company to win investment from the “500 Startups” programme… Read More “Jordanian company dives into Arabic mobile games market”

Georgia and Ukraine talk cooperation within European integration

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Azer News

By Trend Georgia and Ukraine have chosen to aspire to the Euro-Atlantic space, First Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture Giorgi Khanishvili said, Trend reports via Georgian media. He made the remarks on the sidelines of the tenth meeting of the Georgian-Ukrainian Joint Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation, with Natia Turnava (Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia) and Oleh Nemchinov (Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and Chairman of the Ukrainian side of the Commission) taking part in it. “Both countries recognize all t… Read More “Georgia and Ukraine talk cooperation within European integration”

Presidential elections kick off in Uzbekistan

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Azer News

By Trend Polling stations at all 14 electoral districts for elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan have opened their doors today at 06:00. The national anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan was performed, Trend reports citing Uzreport. 9378 polling stations, including 44 – at the offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan in foreign countries are established throughout the country, according to the CEC. They are equipped with all the necessary equipment for the voting. Precinct election commissions carried out work to inform voters about the time and place of voting. Citizens of th… Read More “Presidential elections kick off in Uzbekistan”

After $1.15 billion renovation, Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena ‘will surprise people in the greatest way’

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — From the first blast of natural light that greets visitors entering the new spectator bowl within Climate Pledge Arena, it’s glaringly obvious that KeyArena is now dead and buried. Not beneath the actual venue, mind you, though there might have been room enough for a burial given the 680,000 cubic yards of dirt displaced as workers dug an extra 15 feet downward to form a new arena floor some 53 feet below street level. Instead, much of KeyArena’s interior now rests in nearby landfills while some of the base structure — particularly the historically preserved roof and side windows — w… Read More “After $1.15 billion renovation, Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena ‘will surprise people in the greatest way’”