CNET 27 Oct 2020

The world may finally be ready for Surface Pro X (review)


Last year, a premium Arm PC was a tough sell. This year, it's a much more mainstream idea.

COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer Inc and Moderna Inc could be ready for United States authorisation and distribution within weeks, setting the stage for inoculation to begin as soon as this year, US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said on Wednesday.
Pfizer says it will request an emergency use authorisation from the US Food and Drug Administration for its COVID-19 vaccine in the coming days.
It has shown consistent results across broad demographics with no major side effects.

Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York.
Washington Post correspondents asked people around the world who would be better for their country, Joe Biden or President Trump.
The World Series is being played in Arlington, Texas, but Dodger fans won't let that stopping them from flocking to the Lone Star state to root on their team.
When the #EndSARS protests against police brutality in #Nigeria first started in the beginning of October, the world didn't pay much attention.

However, after Nigerian security forces open fired on peaceful protesters in Lagos on Tuesday, the #violence in Nigeria finally captured the attention of the world. Amnesty International said at least 12 protesters were killed.

"At last," said Emmanuel Igah, director of Phobos International Consultancy. "Nigerians can now be happy to at least see that there is total world attention on what's going on."

Besides getting the world's attention, many Nigerians are also glad to see this movement uniting the entire society as police brutality touches everyone in Nigeria.

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