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China is trying to shake off the worst of the pandemic

A handful of tourists visit the normally crowded Yuyuan Garden during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday in Shanghai, June 4, 2022, where authorities are allowing a return to normal life and business activities. vcg | Visual China Group | Getty Images BEIJING – China is beginning to show signs of recovery from the recent Covid … Read more

Borobudur: The world’s largest Buddhist temple can be bought more expensively

(CNN) — Visiting the largest Buddhist temple in the world will soon be expensive. Borobudur, one of Indonesia’s most popular attractions, will soon face a massive price increase by government agencies in a bid to preserve the country’s “historical and cultural wealth”. “We have agreed to limit the tourist quota to 1,200 people per day … Read more

Amazon stock was split and trading will begin on Monday

Richard Bernstein Advisors Deputy CIO Dan Suzuki provides insight into the stock market. Amazon shares are trading around the $122 mark on Monday after the retail giant’s 1:20 stock split last month was approved by shareholders. ticker security Last change change % AMZN AMAZON.COM INC. 122.35 -3.16 -2.52% ELON MUSK PICKS FEUD WITH BILL GATES … Read more

Autonomous Mayflower arrives in North America

See what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. An uncrewed autonomous boat attempting to take the route of the Mayflower’s 1620 voyage has finally arrived on the shores of North America, but on the coast of Canada instead of Massachusetts where the original boat landed. The robotic boat arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Sunday after a voyage … Read more

Intel could drop LGA1700 in 2023

Last updated: June 6, 2022 Intel could replace LGA1700 in 2023! Intel is notorious for switching CPU sockets every other generation, and as you can imagine, it was a pleasant surprise when rumors surfaced that Intel will be using the same LGA 1700 socket for the next three years. Those rumors were too good to … Read more

Amino acids found in asteroid samples collected by the Japanese Hayabusa2 probe

More than 20 types of amino acids have been discovered in samples brought to Earth from an asteroid by Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft in late 2020, an official said Monday. The discovered acids are very important substances for living things and may hold clues to understanding the origins of life, the education ministry official said. In … Read more

Steph Curry, Warriors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals

It’s safe to say that Game 2 of the 2022 NBA Finals was a whole lot better than Game 1 for Dub Nation. As in the first game, the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics went neck and neck in the first half. And like Game One, the Warriors used a dominant third quarter … Read more

Google has to pay Australian politician for defamatory YouTube videos

SYDNEY, June 6 (Reuters) – An Australian court on Monday ordered Google to pay A$715,000 ($515,000) to a former lawmaker, saying its refusal to post the “implacable, racist, libelous, abusive and defamatory” videos Removing YouTubers drove him out of politics. The federal court found that Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) willfully made money by hosting two videos … Read more