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Awesome Norrie powers into Quarters, Sinner wins battle against Alcaraz, Jabeur/Djokovic march on at Day Seven of Wimbledon

Sep 24, 2022

Cameron Norrie and Heather Watson made their last-16 Grand Slam debuts at Wimbledon’s first scheduled day of play on middle Sunday on Day Seven of the championships. Six-time champion Novak Djokovic, Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz and third seed Ons Jabeur made up a star-studded line-up as the All England Club also celebrated 100 years of Centre Court. Sunday was the focal point for marking the centenary of Centre Court with a 30-minute celebration before play began, there was a parade of former ...read more

Google will create a $90M fund for developers to settle class-action lawsuit

Sep 24, 2022

Image: Getty Images Google has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of Android app developers, the company said Friday. As part of the agreement, Google is setting up a $90 million fund to compensate developers who earned $2 million or less in annual revenue through Google Play each year from 2016-2021. The settlement still has to be approved by the US District Court for the Northern District of California, where the case was filed. In a blog post, Google said th ...read more

Bid to replace July 4 fireworks with drones ends in frustration

Sep 24, 2022

Devastated by wildfires last year and with ongoing dry weather increasing the risk of further blazes, communities around Lake Tahoe made the decision to swap fireworks for drones for this year’s Fourth of July celebrations. With fireworks causing thousands of accidental fires every year on July 4, local residents are all too aware that the fire risk is even higher when the ground is so dry. The situation prompted organizers to switch to drones for dazzling light displays at Lake Tahoe’s Kin ...read more

'Confused' star ends stunning 25-year record

Sep 24, 2022

Top-ranked Iga Swiatek was unbeaten since February and sure seemed unbeatable, compiling 37 consecutive match wins and six consecutive tournament titles. She's never quite been as comfortable on grass courts as other surfaces, though, and a mistake-filled third round sent Swiatek out of Wimbledon with a 6-4, 6-2 loss to 37th-ranked Alize Cornet of France. "I know I didn't play good tennis. I was pretty confused about my tactics," said Swiatek, a two-time French Open champion who has never advan ...read more

Thousands of flights are delayed or canceled as the July 4 trip kicks off

Sep 24, 2022

Travelers across the country faced the prospect of canceled or delayed flights on Saturday as airlines and airports dealt with a combination of high demand, bad weather and staff shortages.As of Saturday evening, nearly 650 flights in the United States had been canceled and more than 5,200 flights within, to or from the country had been delayed, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.While the number of problem flights was higher than on a typical travel day, travel demand was also hig ...read more

Kinzinger: “Stay tuned” for more evidence in Jan. 6 hearings; “There will be way more information”

Sep 24, 2022

CHICAGO (CBS/AP) — Congressman Adam Kinzinger says the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection is getting more evidence by the day. The Illinois Republican defended Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide who testified last week, and said Hutchinson has inspired even more people to come forward. “There’s information I can’t say yet. We certainly would say that Cassidy Hutchinson has testified under oath. We find her credible, and anybody that wants to cast di ...read more

How do painkillers work? The hidden science behind medication is growing clearer

Sep 24, 2022

Without the ability to feel pain, life is more dangerous. To avoid injury, pain tells us to use a hammer more gently, wait for the soup to cool, or put on gloves in a snowball fight. Those with rare inherited disorders that leave them without the ability to feel pain are unable to protect themselves from environmental threats, leading to broken bones, damaged skin, infections, and ultimately a shorter life span. In these contexts, pain is much more than a sensation: It is a protective call to a ...read more

Motorless sailplane for exploring Mars soars like an albatross

Sep 24, 2022

The huge success of the Mars helicopter Ingenuity has proven it’s possible to explore other planets from the air, and researchers are working on a variety of flying craft concepts for future planetary missions. To fill in our knowledge of Mars between rovers on the surface and orbiters in space, researchers from the University of Arizona have proposed an experimental sailplane that operates without a motor and that could sail through the Martian air for days at a time. “You have this really ...read more

The 100 best shows on HBO Max right now (July 2022)

Sep 24, 2022

July exemplifies why having a HBO Max subscription is superior to subscribing to the traditional HBO premium cable channel. Some shows, like Westworld and Irma Vep, appear on both HBO and HBO Max. But the thing that separates HBO Max from its counterpart is that it has series that can only be found on the streaming platform. For example, this month features a new season of the hit animated comedy Harley Quinn and a dramatic adaptation of The Girl Before that you’re not going to find on ...read more

Fuming star accuses 'evil' Kyrgios of 'bullying'

Sep 24, 2022

Nick Kyrgios has hit back at Stefanos Tsitsipas, calling the Greek superstar "soft" after he was accused of "bullying" opponents and having a "very evil side". Tsitsipas, the no.4 seed in the Wimbledon men's singles draw, was bundled out in an epic four-setter between the two men, but the match was not without controversy, as is often the case when Kyrgios is involved. The drama kicked off at the end of the second set, when a frustrated Tsitsipas whacked a ball into the stands after the Aussie ...read more