OnePlus' first smartwatch could be launching later this year. What you need to know A brand-new roll at Indonesia's IMDA certification shows OnePlus is working on a wearable. The listing was discovered that the smartwatch is likely to be dubbed the OnePlus Watch, and we also got the model number( W301GB ). Additional reports indicate OnePlus … [Read more...] about OnePlus Watch shows up at certification site, could launch this year
In the U.S., even as the COVID-19 curve appears to have flattened, and death rates for some groups have fallen to almost zero,1 dire warnings about an ominous "second wave" continue. Likewise, Sweden, a country that has handled the pandemic differently than most of the globe, is being chided for its looser restrictions and lack of lockdowns, … [Read more...] about Did Sweden Get COVID Right?
New Delhi: The private sector craves the Centre to bar Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd( HAL) from a [?] 21,000 crore plan to manufacture naval utility helicopters( NUH ), saying that the state-owned company has an undue advantage as it has access to government-funded infrastructure and the ability to cross-subsidise the entreat through other nominated … [Read more...] about Private firms want HAL out of chopper plan
As reported in "Bioweapon Labs Must Be Shut Down and Scientists Prosecuted, " there's mounting evidence recommending SARS-CoV-2 may have been divulged( whether unwittingly or not) from the biosafety level( BSL) 4 laboratory in Wuhan, China. Secretary of State( and former CIA chief) Mike Pompeo has gone on record stating "the coronavirus … [Read more...] about Why Was Wuhan Lab Locked Down When Outbreak Began?
The Chinese Communist Party( CCP) were allegedly ordered more than a hundred million people to go into lockdown after the government failed to stop the coronavirus outbreak originating in their country which has devastated the global economy. " Some 108 million people in China’s northeast region are being plunged back under lockdown … [Read more...] about China Institutes Mass Lockdowns Of More Than 100 Million After Failing To Stop Outbreak, Report Says