Dr. Zelenko again urges everyone to take action and seriously consider using his protocols in COVID-19 treatment, even if this will mean changing your current doctor as many of them are afraid to try protocols that really work.
Estée Lauder is the First-Ever Beauty Brand to Team up With NASA for a Skincare Serum Photoshoot on the ISS
NASA will deliver ten bottles of Estée Lauder's Advanced Night Repair to the International Space Station on October 1. This space campaign will make Estée Lauder the first-ever beauty brand that went into space.
'Political Crap' Continues: EU Commission Appeals Apple Ruling Over $14.9 Billion Tax Case in Ireland
EU Commission demanded that the Irish government levy unpaid taxes from Apple in the amount of €13 billion ($14,9 billion). Apple CEO Tim Cook called the EU decision "total political crap."
FarmVille will go down in history for being one of Facebook’s most popular games. Back in the day, it accounted for about 10% of Facebook’s revenue, and the number of players in a few months after the game’s launch was more than 80 million.
Tesla held its annual shareholders' meeting in California. Due to the coronavirus quarantine, it was held in the open air, and the shareholders were in their cars, observing social distancing rules.
One of the well-known insiders tweeted the new names in the iPhone 12 lineup. The iPhone 12 presentation is expected to take place in October.
Due to limited stocks and high demand on the PlayStation 5 console, Sony had to apologize for poor organization of pre-orders.
The anticipated GeForce RTX 3080 Ampere graphics card began selling yesterday, but on the same day, sales ended due to high demand and lack of enough amount of graphics cards.
This week’s Weekly Fun features news about a new South Park episode about COVID-19, a “broken” squirrel, swans wearing masks, and meme of the week.
Weekly Fun: Wearing Saggy Pants on the Street, Children Named After Keanu Reeves, and a Mask for Listening to Music
This week’s Weekly Fun features a mouse that ate too much cannabis, a minister who posted 10 thousand monotonous photos on Facebook, children who are named after Keanu Reeves more frequently, and a mask for listening to music.
This whole thing became possible due to the fact that the Mario figurine has some interesting tech, namely, it is equipped with a color sensor, gyroscope, Bluetooth protocol, and an accelerometer to communicate with the digital elements of the toy.
This week’s stories feature cannabis that rains down from the sky in Israel, a hooligan goat that ate documents in a police car, a man who used to give his son whiskey as a present, and a parrot that sing covers of Beyoncé's songs.