New Roof, Lights At Roland-Garros To Help With Fall French Open Dates
The pandemic forced the shift of the French Open at Roland-Garros from May to late September, making the completion of a new roof over Philippe-Chatrier court, the largest stadium at the Paris site, all that more important.
New Zealand to retain coronavirus measures across country until mid-Sept
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday current restrictions to beat the spread of the coronavirus would be in place until at least mid-September. Auckland, the country’s largest city and the centre of a fresh outbreak, will remain on alert level 2.5 that limits gatherings to no more than 10 people. “The best […]
New Microsoft patent reveals human-like chatbots and conversational agents
A new patent - Linguistic Style Matching Agent - granted to Microsoft reveals that the company is working on conversational agents that mirror users' conversational style and/or facial expressions.
New pandemic pastimes possible factor in uptick of dangerous Toronto water activity
“A lot of the personal watercraft operators don’t have a full understanding of the traffic patterns in Toronto harbour, which can be pretty busy at times."
New York State tried to shut down US Open match over coronavirus
The New York State Department of Health tried to shut down Friday’s U.S. Open third-round match between Adrian Mannarino of France and No. 5 seed Alexander Zverev of Germany due to the
New normal as University of Wolverhampton reopens its doors
It’s university but not as they know it.
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