Australian Open 2022 day three: Osaka in action after Barty

Key events Show 1.48am EST 01:48 Day four order of play 12.46am EST 00:46 Nadal beats Hanfmann 6-2, 6-3, 6-4 9.39pm EST 21:39 Barty beats Bronzetti 6-1, 6-1 8.25pm EST 20:25 Preamble Live feed Show Show key events only 4.06am EST 04:06 Hubert Hurkacz, the men’s tenth seed, is out, losing to French veteran Adrian […]Read More

Tonga undersea cable needs ‘at least’ four weeks to repair:

Maxar Technologies A key undersea cable that was destroyed in a volcano eruption in Tonga may take at least four weeks to be repaired, said New Zealand’s foreign ministry. The cable was severed during a volcanic eruption on Saturday, crippling communications and cutting the Pacific island off from the outside world. The eruption also caused […]Read More

Airlines scramble to rejig schedules amid U.S. 5G rollout concerns

Emirates Airline Boeing 777-300ER planes are seen at Dubai International Airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, February 15, 2019. REUTERS/Christopher Pike/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Register Jan 19 (Reuters) – Major international airlines rushed to rejig or cancel flights to the United States ahead of a 5G wireless rollout on […]Read More

Hong Kong plans to cull 2000 hamsters over Covid fears.

The announcement by the Hong Kong government on Tuesday was met with outrage by pet owners and animals rights advocates, with several online petitions urging authorities to reconsider. It comes after an emerging cluster linked to the Little Boss pet store, where a 23-year-old employee was confirmed positive for the Delta variant on Monday. A […]Read More

Researchers find genetic link to COVID-induced loss of smell and

Scientists are potentially one step closer to understanding why some people lose their sense of smell or taste after contracting COVID-19.   A team of researchers have identified a genetic risk factor that increased the odds a person would lose their sense of smell or taste after a COVID-19 infection by 11 percent, according to a study recently published in the journal Nature Genetics.  […]Read More

Verizon, AT&T will limit 5G around airports after airlines warn

Verizon and AT&T will temporarily limit 5G service around some airports, the telecommunication giants said Tuesday, in the wake of airlines warning about “catastrophic” disruption from this week’s rollout. While Verizon is still set for a 5G launch on Wednesday, which the company said will “enable more than 90 million Americans to experience the transformative […]Read More

Goldman profit hit by weaker trading, rising expenses; shares tumble

Jan 18 (Reuters) – Shares in Goldman Sachs Group (GS.N) fell as much as 8% Tuesday after Wall Street’s premier investment bank missed quarterly profit expectations, hampered by weaker trading revenues and rising expenses. The share decline put Goldman on course for its worst single-day showing since June 2020, shedding about $10 billion off its […]Read More

Gunman in Texas synagogue standoff was known to UK security

The investigation against Malik Faisal Akram was closed when investigators considered him to no longer be a threat, the official said. Details about what led to that UK probe weren’t immediately available. US authorities say Akram, 44, entered Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, and produced a weapon during its Sabbath service, kicking off an […]Read More

Live updates: The coronavirus pandemic and the Omicron variant –

Staff members from the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department investigate a pet shop in Hong Kong, Tuesday, January 18, 2022, which closed after some pet hamsters tested positive for the coronavirus, according to authorities. Kin Cheung/AP Hong Kong authorities say they will euthanize around 2,000 small animals — including all hamsters in pet shops — due […]Read More