You have searched for "bits"
Showing 51-60 of 4694
The police have unwittingly exerted self-imposed pressure by sharing bits of information with titled drug dealers.
Fresh findings expand the range of known coronaviruses related to the one that causes Covid-19Researchers look for ‘bat zero’ in the quest to identify the initial animal hosts
SOME cooks say if you slice off the leafy top of a pineapple and stand the cut end upside down for half an hour, you will end up with a sweeter fruit.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Friday it would offer a fast-track visa scheme for jobs at high-growth companies after a government-backed review warned that financial technology firms will struggle with Brexit and tougher competition for global talent.
For most of us, the word “algorithm” is fairly new to our vocabulary. But badly designed decision-making algorithms have a growing impact on our lives and can do a great deal of damage.
This Malaysian and British online show explores how migration affects cultural roots
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - An incident involving a Boeing 747-400 cargo plane that dropped engine parts after a mid-air explosion and fire over the southern Netherlands on Saturday is under investigation, the Dutch Safety Board said.
Unable to operate during the MCO, some of these licensed individuals have ventured into other fields such as F&B and marketing while waiting for the tourism sector and borders to reopen.
(Reuters) - England captain Joe Root said playing on Chennai's spin-friendly pitch was an education for his team after Indian thumped them by 317 runs inside four days in the second test on Tuesday.
GEORGE TOWN: The amount of plastic waste – food wrappers and containers – in household rubbish has been rising, a sign that people are not bothering to segregate waste for recycling at home.