Philippines NAIA: Power outages leave thousands stranded, flights canceled in the new year

(CNN) – Chaos broke out New Year’s Day In the Philippines after a severe power outage temporarily affected air traffic control at the country’s largest airport, disrupting nearly 300 flights and leaving tens of thousands of travelers stranded in the epicenter of Southeast Asia. Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) is the main gateway for travelers … Read more

Will this market downturn lead to the birth of the next Airbnb?

the LinkedIn Take du jour On the technological bruises of 2022, of course, one is optimistic. Economic downturn will generate the next big technological success – optimists say crisis breeds opportunity. In the short history of technology, we’ve seen how true this feeling can be. The Great Recession of 2007-2009 spawned multi-billion dollar companies like … Read more

A challenging year for the businessman

Entrepreneurs may face a variety of challenges in 2023; Some are extraneous and some are intrinsic. As an entrepreneur with experiences from various industries, from trading to manufacturing, I can anticipate some of these challenges in advance. Let’s take a look at it from the perspective of a Bangladeshi businessman. The biggest challenges, from the … Read more

Seven iOS features launching or expanding in 2023

2023 is upon us and it will be another busy year for iPhone software. While details about iOS 17 are still scant, Apple has previously announced several features that will be available this year as part of upcoming updates such as iOS 16.3 and iOS 16.4. Below, we’ve summarized seven iOS features that are expected … Read more

When the time comes, I’d like to die on my own terms – but the Massachusetts Supreme Court won’t let me.| Austin Sarat | to rule

2022 It was a bad year Substantive due process claims in US constitutional law. The low point came Dobbs v. Mississippiwhen the US Supreme Court sledgehammered decades of precedent that established reproductive freedom as a fundamental right under Title XIV.The tenth amendment. in a Dobbs Opinion, Judge Samuel Alito insist on it Roe v. Wade … Read more

US Army Soldiers Get Night Vision Hybrid Reality Goggles In 2023; China is also training with VR for close combat

The U.S. Army is ready to enter future battlefields with all-new “combat glasses” as modern warfighting becomes more technologically driven and foreign military powers integrate advanced systems to enhance combat readiness. After some technical glitches and delays, select soldiers in operational and training units will finally receive the US Army’s new “Mixed Reality” glasses in … Read more