After the initial trailer for the live action Attack on Titan movie back in April, I was very impressed. However, the latest trailer reveals a lot more of the film and it’s plainly disappointing. The premise of Attack on Titan has the remnants of humanity living behind huge walls that protect […]
16-year-old Singaporean blogger Amos Yee is facing up to three years in prison for uploading remarks and images critical of the late Lee Kuan Yew, the founding Prime Minister of Singapore. Now, the UN Human Rights Office calls for the immediate release of Amos Yee in line with its commitment under […]
As a manager, you want to have great relationships with the people on your team. Still, there are certain subjects you’d be smart not to delve into with your subordinates. Liz Ryan lays out five of them!
Sad news for the film and music worlds tonight: James Horner, a celebrated composer of scores and individual songs for many popular films, has died . The Oscar winner was flying his small aircraft solo when it crashed in southern California, killing him. He was 61. Horner was perhaps best known […]
Privacy on Facebook has always been controversial and its latest artificial intelligence algorithm will not be an exception. Facebook’s artificial intelligence team is testing out an algorithm that can recognize people in photos even if they are not looking at the camera. According to New Scientist, the algorithm is able to identify people by […]
The details and incidents from game one through to game four vary but the general themes remain the same. Rock solid in defense; industrious in midfield but lacking a creative spark; predictable in the final delivery from wide positions; not particularly sharp in the opposition’s penalty box.
The global economy spent approximately $44 billion last year on fees for remittances. Remittances—money sent from one country to another—most often go to low-income households and are proven to reduce the overall poverty of a given nation. They also come with high transaction fees and long transfer delays—significant obstacles to […]
Investors’ optimism renewed on Asians markets after hopes rise that Greece will reach deal with international lenders
Japanese shares rose to a 15-year high on Tuesday, and other Asia markets posted gains, amid renewed optimism that Greece will avoid defaulting on its debt after “positive” crisis talks in Brussels on Monday.
Investors in Japan and elsewhere in the region bought back shares after hopes rose that Greece would reach a debt deal with its international lenders later this week and avoid exiting the eurozone.