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Don’t want to splurge on the Apple AirPods or the Samsung Galaxy Buds? We hear you. While both those models deliver premium audio and top-notch design, they cost upwards of $100. Thankfully, we stumbled upon a pair of top-rated wireless earbuds for a fraction of that ...with features that even AirPods and Galaxy Buds don’t have!
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For just $15 with on-page coupon (was $28), the Edyell Wireless Earbuds are a great solution if you’ve always wanted quality wireless earbuds but have been scared off by the price tag. This deal proves you don’t have to splurge to get great sound.
Motorway, is a UK startup that allows professional car dealers to bid in an auction for privately-owned cars for sale. It’s now raised £48m / $67.7m in a Series B round led by Index Ventures, along with new investors BMW i Ventures and Unbound. Existing investors Latitude and Marchmont Ventures also participated.
Until recently, the location of executed wartime Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo's remains was one of World War II's biggest mysteries in the nation he once led. The documents show the cremated ashes of Tojo, one of the masterminds of the Pearl Harbor attack, were scattered from a U.S. Army aircraft over the Pacific Ocean about 30 miles (50 kilometers) east of Yokohama, Japan's second-largest city, south of Tokyo. It was a tension-filled, highly secretive mission, with American officials apparently taking extreme steps meant to keep Tojo's remains, and those of six others executed with him, away from ultra-nationalists looking to glorify them as martyrs.
Marty Walsh remembers what it was like when a Cabinet secretary would come to town. "He was speaking on behalf of President Obama and Vice President Biden, and people hung on every word.” Now Walsh, as secretary of labor, is on the other side of the equation, crisscrossing the country on behalf of President Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan.
Teoscar Hernandez slugged two of the Blue Jays' eight home runs and had a career-high six RBIs, Robbie Ray struck out 10 over six innings of three-run ball and the visiting Toronto Blue Jays routed the Boston Red Sox 18-4 on Sunday afternoon. Hernandez had a pair of three-run blasts, Bo Bichette (4-for-5) launched a three-run bomb and scored five runs, Rowdy Tellez hit a two-run shot and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered for the third straight game for his majors-leading 21st homer. Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Marcus Semien and Cavan Biggio each added solo shots in Toronto's 20-hit attack.
The New Zealand Film Commission has appointed of David Strong as its new CEO. He replaces Annabelle Sheehan, who stepped down from the role in May after three and a half years in the role. With a background both in the army and the film industry, String has been a specialist advisor to major motion […]
Biden already attended a summit of G7 rich democracies in Britain over the weekend. He will next join a meeting of NATO national leaders in Brussels on June 14, where he will meet Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.That will be followed by a summit on June 15 with top EU officials in the bloc's political hub.Biden has vowed to rebuild relations with allies after four rocky years under former president Donald Trump, who pulled Washington out of a global pact to fight climate change and threatened at one point to quit NATO.
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the junta seized power on Feb. 1 and detained Suu Kyi and other senior members of her party, unleashing daily protests and fighting between the armed forces and ethnic minority guerrilla forces and militias. Suu Kyi, 75, is due to face trial on Monday on charges of breaching coronavirus regulations while campaigning for the election she won last November and also for possession of unlicensed walkie-talkies. Nobel laureate Suu Kyi also faces other more serious charges including intent to incite, breaching the official secrets act and charges for accepting $600,000 and 11.4 kg worth of gold from Yangon's former chief minister.
Former Australia captain Boyd Cordner has retired from rugby league because of the concussion symptoms that have kept him on the sidelines since last November. Cordner, who had his 29th birthday last week, announced his decision to retire on Monday, days after abandoning his latest plan to return to the National Rugby League for an 11th season with the Sydney Roosters. The NRL has launched a severe crackdown on high tackles this season, resulting in record numbers of players being cautioned, sent off or suspended.
Cheika, who coached the Waratahs from 2013 to 2015 and was linked with a return to the role after Rob Penney was fired in March, said the struggles faced by the team's inexperienced squad will strengthen them in the long run. "There is a core group of players that are here at the Waratahs right now that they need to keep and bring through," Cheika told Stan Sport.
Global shares held firm near record highs on Monday while U.S. bond yields flirted with three-month lows as investors expect the Federal Reserve to stick to its dovish mantra later this week. Globally, equity markets were basking in the prospects of a broadening economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and anticipation of continuity in dovish monetary policy from the U.S. Federal Reserve. The MSCI all-country world equity index, the U.S. S&P 500 and the pan-regional STOXX Europe 600 index all closed at record highs on Friday.
Expenditure on advertising in the Asia-Pacific region last year dipped 4.3%, pulled back by the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on business. A rebound is underway, at differing speeds across the vast area, but will see digital formats increase their preponderance at the expense of TV. According to a new study by consultancy Media Partners […]