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Vanessa Bryant Celebrates Her Daughter Capri’s First Birthday: “Named After Her Dearly Missed Daddy”

Vanessa Bryant celebrated her daughter Capri’s birthday, posting an emotional tribute on Instagram. Vanessa explained that Capri was named after her late father, Kobe Bryant. Vanessa Bryant is celebrating her daughter Capri Bryant’s first birthday—sharing a beautiful photo of herself holding Capri with her late husband Kobe Bryant, who tragically died in a helicopter crash… Read More »

The Real-Life Story of Watchmen’s Lt. Battle, the NYPD’s First Black Officer

HBO Watchmen’s sixth episode features the character Lieutenant Battle. Battle was a real-life NYPD officer and the first black American to join the force. He faced similar discrimination as Will Reeves in Watchmen. The sixth episode of HBO’s Watchmen recalls the person of Samuel Jesse Battle. Born in 1883, Battle would become the first black… Read More »

Tick-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation detected in UK for the first time: officials

A potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom for the first time, Public Health England (PHE) announced this week. LYME DISEASE-RELATED TICK ILLNESS WITH MORE SEVERE SYMPTOMS DETECTED IN NEW YORK: REPORT  Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV)  was found in a “small number” of ticks in Thetford Forest in eastern… Read More »

ZTE and China Telecom help Bluetron adopt China’s first end-to-end 5G slicing and intelligent manufacturing solution

11 October 2019, Shenzhen, China: ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for Mobile Internet, together with the Zhejiang Branch of China Telecom, assisted Bluetron in commissioning China’s first 5G SA (Standalone) site, which put 5G slicing, edge computing and smart manufacturing into trial to help… Read More »

First Edition: August 28, 2019

Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Kaiser Health News: In India’s Burgeoning Pain Market, U.S. Drugmakers Stand To Gain Pain, like death, is a universal phenomenon. The sour grimace on the woman’s face, registering her bodily complaints to Dr. G.P. Dureja in his East Delhi office, would be recognized anywhere. Slouched shoulders,… Read More »