Tag Archives: New

Buick unveils sleek new Wildcat car concept to shake off stodgy image and reinvent the brand for EVs

Buick Wildcat concept Buick DETROIT — General Motors on Wednesday unveiled the Buick Wildcat, a new concept car designed to signal a revolutionary change for the brand, as it moves to offer only electric vehicles in North America by the end of this decade. The car reflects the future design and technological directions of the 119-year-old brand, including a significantly redesigned logo ... Read More »

The Case for Not Making a New Year’s Resolution

There’s nothing magical about January 1, according to psychologists. If you want to make a change, pick the timing that’s right for you.Julia Volk/Stocksy If the idea of making New Year’s resolutions fills you with dread, consider ditching the tradition. Science suggests most people who set resolutions each year don’t stick with them and mental health experts say other strategies ... Read More »

Examples of Blogs – Inspiration for New Bloggers

If you’re thinking of starting a blog of your own, but just don’t have a clue on what to blog about, then fear not! In this article, I have included a whole load of blog examples from a wide variety of different niches, all run on different blogging platforms like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal. Since the beginning of the internet, millions and ... Read More »

Hometown hookup: Alaska Air shifts to T-Mobile from AT&T in new link between Seattle companies

Alaska Airlines plans to shift the majority of its behind-the-scenes wireless business to T-Mobile — creating a new connection between two Seattle-area companies, and illustrating the Bellevue-based wireless carrier’s growth potential in providing 5G services to large government and business customers. T-Mobile rival AT&T had been Alaska’s longtime wireless carrier, although T-Mobile and Alaska did not mention that fact in announcing ... Read More »

The COP26 meeting in Glasgow may usher in a new era of sustainable development

The COVID-19 pandemic showed us that human existence is fragile and perilous. However, if we do not take action now against climate change, the damage could be even greater and more lasting than the effects of the pandemic. Decisions made now are crucial in shaping the future of people and the planet. We must not go back to the old ... Read More »

New Game Gear, ‘Fog Gaming’ Reveal, What Is SEGA Doing?

For a week or so, gamers have been speculating about big SEGA news being teased in Famitsu for release tomorrow, and they have had some…big ideas. The concepts have ranged from Microsoft partnering with SEGA to rebrand the Xbox Series X in Japan, to Google buying SEGA outright and snapping up their properties for Stadia content. According to a new ... Read More »

Top 5 upcoming cars in India: New Hyundai i20, new Honda City, Kia Sonet, and more

Upcoming cars in India: New-generation Hyundai i20, new Honda City, Kia Sonet, and Skoda Karoq are some of the most awaited cars that are expected to be launched in India over the next couple of months. Top 5 upcoming cars in India: New Hyundai i20, new Honda City, Kia Sonet, and more The Indian automobile industry has been battling a ... Read More »

‘Yellow bindis’ mean high-risk: India’s new health map for women and children

Health workers Vimla Gochar and Lata Nayar arrange visits to new mothers, like Nirmala, according to highest priority. All photography by Amrit Dhillon. It’s 10am and time for the first home visit of the day. After consulting a colour-coded map on the wall of the village centre, the three female health workers make their way through the winding lanes of ... Read More »

India needs a new education paradigm

Along with improved administration, the system needs an overhaul to address India’s human capital crisis effectively As we embark upon a new decade, India celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Right to Education Act (RTE), which went into effect in April 2010. While the RTE has been censured for its limited focus on governance and learning outcomes, its achievement in ... Read More »

New York education leader appears on child sex crime charge

GREEN BAY, Wis. — A high-ranking New York City education official accused of swapping online messages with an undercover police officer posing as a 14-year-old boy and reserving a whirlpool suite in Wisconsin for a sexual encounter was released Friday on a promise to appear. David Hay, 39, is charged in federal court with child enticement and possession of child ... Read More »