Fastest 5G Network in the World Just Launched in Syracuse

Verizon customers in NY get access to the unprecedented performance of 5G Ultra Wideband with game-changing speeds and access to 5G Nationwide

What You Need to Know:

  • Verizon announced a huge leap forward in this new era of technology-led disruption that will specifically benefit customers in NY
  • Verizon launched the unprecedented performance of its 5G Ultra Wideband service in Syracuse
  • Verizon continues to innovate and advance 5G technology, doubling
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Lawyer-turned-bagel consultant Beth George helps entrepreneurs around the world start their own bagel business

FAIR LAWN, New Jersey — Beth George, a lawyer-turned-bagel consultant, is taking her unique and exclusive bagel recipe around the world.

Through her consulting business, BYOB Bagels, George is helping entrepreneurs start their own bagel business and guiding them through a recipe she’s been perfecting for over 15 years.

“Bagels are infinite! You just have to know what you’re doing. You can’t just mix anything because there is a science

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Fastest 5G Network in the World Just Launched in Las Vegas

Verizon customers in NV get access to the unprecedented performance of 5G Ultra Wideband with game-changing speeds and access to 5G Nationwide

What You Need to Know:

  • Verizon announced a huge leap forward in this new era of technology-led disruption that will specifically benefit customers in NV
  • Verizon launched the unprecedented performance of its 5G Ultra Wideband service in Las Vegas
  • Verizon continues to innovate and advance 5G technology,
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Apple announces iPhone 12 mini, the ‘smallest and lightest 5G phone in the world’

Apple is announcing a new iPhone 12 mini today. It’s the first time Apple has used the “mini” moniker on its iPhone line, after using it on the iPod mini, iPad mini, and Mac mini previously. The new iPhone 12 mini has a 5.4-inch screen, which means Apple has squeezed a larger display than the 4.7-inch screen found on this year’s iPhone SE into an iPhone 12 mini handset that’s

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‘A culture bursary for every child’: A post-recovery wishlist from the London theatre world

After months of waiting, theatres around the country finally received grants from the Government’s arts recovery package this week.

For many institutions, who have been unable to welcome audiences since March, it was hailed as a relief. But arts figures were also clear that it marks a small step on a much longer road to recovery.

The crisis may be far from over,

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Covid World Map: Tracking the Global Outbreak


The coronavirus pandemic has sickened more than 38,135,400 people, according to official counts. As of Wednesday morning, at least 1,085,600 people have died, and the virus has been detected in nearly every country, as these maps show.



Average daily cases per 100,000 people in the past week

Share of population with a reported case

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BTS And Blackpink Score The Three Biggest Songs In The World This Week

BTS is back at No. 1 on Billboard’s Global 200 chart, the recently-launched tally which ranks the 200 most-consumed songs on the planet every week…though it’s not with their single

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They are the champions! Queen + Adam Lambert’s ‘Live Around the World’ album bows at #1 on U.K. chart



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Queen + Adam Lambert‘s new concert album, Live Around the World, has debuted at #1 on the U.K. Official Albums Chart.

The new record, which is Queen‘s first-ever release with the one-time American Idol finalist, is the band’s 10th album to reach the top of the U.K. chart and its first in nearly 25 years to ascend to #1 in the group’s homeland.

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what stops people voting around the world and how to fix it

As the US election campaign nears its end point, one thing about the result is certain: a lot of people won’t vote. Turnout at the 2016 US presidential election was only 60.1% – even without a pandemic. In 2020 there is a risk that COVID-19 will further undermine turnout.

The US is not alone and not the worst. Turnout at the 2016 Haiti presidential election, held only weeks after Hurricane

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American Express Partners With GlobalGiving to Enable Its Colleagues Around the World to Back Their Communities

Partnership with largest nonprofit crowdfunding community extends American Express’ gift-matching program to colleagues in more than 30 locations

To enable its colleagues around the world to back causes that matter to them, American Express (NYSE: AXP) today announced a partnership with GlobalGiving, a one-stop solution for charitable giving. Through the partnership, eligible American Express colleagues in more than 30 locations will be able to make donations to projects submitted to

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Nico Tortorella on playing a ‘full-blown queer superhero’ on The Walking Dead: World Beyond

My First Fandom: Nico Tortorella

Nico Tortorella breaks down his first pop culture obsessions.

Ask Nico Tortorella what they love about playing Felix on The Walking Dead: World Beyond and they’ll start with a pretty standard answer. “Felix is great,” says Tortorella. “Felix is loyal to a fault. He is a protector at heart. He is determined to keep the people around him safe and keep his community safe no

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Around the World: Moon Festival with Wu Man, Fried Rice Four Ways with Lucas Sin, and More

Each week, we’ll share a variety of videos, articles, webcasts, and more from around the web — all curated by the Asia Society Texas Center staff to reflect the broad interests and goals of our mission. In this

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The State of Privacy Data Rights Around the World

BigID, the leader in data discovery and intelligence for privacy, protection and perspective, today released a report on the state of Privacy Data Rights, in partnership with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource.

Privacy regulations like GDPR, CCPA and LGPD are centered on the notion that individuals retain rights to their data. These data rights span rights to

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Coronavirus in Canada and around the world on Oct. 11

The latest:

Many Canadians are setting new Thanksgiving traditions as the COVID-19 pandemic downsizes family dinners, while some who are separated from their loved ones try to find other ways to be grateful.

As COVID-19 cases rise in many parts of the country, Canadians from coast to coast are being asked to limit the size of their Thanksgiving gatherings or keep them entirely virtual.

Canada’s chief public health officer says

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 1 Episode 2: “The Blaze of Gory” Review

With its second episode, The Walking Dead: World Beyond ticked up, delivering an initial leg of the teens’ journey that was far more interesting than the premiere’s heavy focus on the safe, walled-up world they were leaving behind. A world that would be wiped out by the end of said premiere.Also, instead of focusing almost solely on the Bennett sisters, as the first episode did, “The Blaze of Gory” helped
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Was Columbus’ Voyage to the “New World” Driven by Islamophobia?

Tucked inside historian Alan Mikhail’s new biography of Sultan Selim, the ambitious early-16th-century ruler of the Ottoman Empire, is a riveting series of chapters about Christopher Columbus. Mikhail’s ambition in writing God’s Shadow: Sultan Selim, His Ottoman Empire, and the Making of the Modern World was to restore the place of the Ottoman Empire in the global history of the early modern period. To that end, the Columbus

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‘The best tenor player in the world’: Pharoah Sanders at 80

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 01: Jazz saxophonist Pharoah Sanders poses at Zebulon on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA. Sanders is a peer and bandmate of John Coltrane's, he's a living legend whose influence has only grown over the years. Sanders and band performed at Zebulon in Frogtown for a filmed concert to be released on his birthday later this month. (Josie Norris / Los Angeles Times)
Jazz saxophonist Pharoah Sanders at Zebulon on Oct. 1, 2020. (Josie Norris / Los Angeles Times)

These days, the great tenor saxophonist and composer Pharoah Sanders shuffles when he walks, the result of a broken hip last year that’s on the mend. The free-jazz titan moved slowly across the dance floor on a recent weekday at the music venue Zebulon, his friend and longtime saxophone peer Azar Lawrence by his

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USMNT has talent to achieve World Cup greatness

Sergino Dest is targeting World Cup glory with the United States men’s national team after becoming the first-ever U.S. international to play for Barcelona.

Dest, 19, joined Barca from Ajax Amsterdam for €26 million earlier this month in a move that adds to the optimism surrounding the emerging generation of talent from the U.S.

– Stream LIVE games and replays on ESPN+ (U.S. only)

There have never been more Americans

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Fashion retail giant H&M to close 250 of its stores around the world as the pandemic sends shoppers online



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Fashion giant H&M said it is closing 250 of its stores globally next year as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to accelerate a major switch to online shopping. 

H&M, which is the world’s second biggest clothing retailer, said that around a quarter of its 5,000 stores are able to renegotiate or exit contracts next year, allowing it to shut around five per cent

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