Pandemic, Global Smartphone Sales Drop 20 Percent – The Covid-19 pandemic has an impact on the number of smartphone sales worldwide. The impact was a drastic decline in the second quarter of 2020. Based on a report from Gartner, the number of smartphones that reached users was 295 million units, down 20.4 percent compared to the first quarter of 2020. Quoting … Read more

Daughters of El Puma attack their father on Instagram

“Unfortunately we find ourselves obliged to defend ourselves against public aggressions against us. You might think that everything falls under its own weight, but we prefer to think that there is nothing hidden under the sun that will not come to light”, they are the first words with which Liliana begins the 14-minute video. “You … Read more

Restaurant owners, with the “living hope” after reopening

After almost five months without attending in person, 30 restaurants reopened their doors to diners, as part of a pilot plan under strict biosecurity protocols. This medium made a tour of some of the restaurants and spoke with customers and owners. Both stressed that “it was already necessary to have those spaces for people.” Several … Read more

92 Percent of Corona Patients in Bantul Are Symptomatic People – Bantul District Health Office, Special Region of Yogyakarta noted as much as 92 percent of the total positive corona confirmation cases in this area were asymptomatic people (OTG), or patients showed no complaints of symptoms of the virus. “From the positive cases up to now our records are around 92 percent are OTG, … Read more

In video | Massive commercial reopening in downtown Barranquilla

Since this Thursday, the non-essential commerce of the North Historical Center of Barranquilla opened its doors to its clients who had been without this service for more than two months. “This is like seeing the light at the end of the tunnel,” said Dora Reyes, manager of the Outlet Store Al 50%, after expressing her … Read more

From the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2020: Alzheimer’s risk factors may be measurable in adolescents and young adults 07/30/20

CHICAGO, July 30, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Risk factors for Alzheimer’s dementia can already be seen in teenage years and in the 20s, report new research results at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC®) 2020 were published. These risk factors, many of which are disproportionately pronounced in African Americans, include factors related to heart … Read more

Visa statement from Russia: Starting today…

The Ankara Embassy of Russia, in a written statement, gave information about Russian visas, which will be re-issued and will be delivered. The statement said: * July 29 Republic of Turkey since 2020 in all categories of visas issued and will begin shipping to be given a residence permit for foreigners in the Russian Federation … Read more

India: two teenagers discover an asteroid headed for Earth

“I am looking forward to the opportunity to give the asteroid a name,” said Vaidehi Vekariya, one of the young women who stated that she wants to become an astronaut. He asteroid, actually called HLV2514, may be officially baptized if the NASA confirms its orbit, said a SPACE India spokeswoman. Radhika Lakhani, the other student … Read more

Had Closed Covid-19 Impact, Unilever Factory in Cikarang is Re-operating – The Government of Bekasi Regency, West Java, confirmed a factory owned by PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk in Cikarang which had closed because Covid-19 was operating normally again. “It was (open) last Monday,” said Secretary of the Bekasi District Health Office, Alamsyah when contacted on Wednesday (7/22). One factory owned by PT Unilever in … Read more