Emmanuel Idongesit

The next ‘Fortnite’ season might finally include a new map
Technology

The next ‘Fortnite’ season might finally include a new map

To start, code inside the game's 10.30 release has alluded to 12 brand new points of interest, such as Camp…
Tim Cook defends Apple’s removal of Hong Kong mapping app
Business

Tim Cook defends Apple’s removal of Hong Kong mapping app

Apple chief said in a letter HKmap.live was ‘used maliciously to target’ officers as claim was disputed by protesters on…
Ben Stokes: Ashley Giles & Chris Silverwood back all-rounder after allegations
Sport

Ben Stokes: Ashley Giles & Chris Silverwood back all-rounder after allegations

Stokes won the PCA award for the first time, with Andrew Flintoff and Brian Lara among the former winnersEngland's management…
Prostate cancer: Eating this food may reduce your risk of developing the deadly disease
Headlines

Prostate cancer: Eating this food may reduce your risk of developing the deadly disease

Prostate cancer usually develops slowly, and doctors struggle to predict which tumours will become aggressive, making it hard to treat…
What the half-moon icons mean on your iPhone
Headlines

What the half-moon icons mean on your iPhone

The half-moon icon on your iPhone means you've enabled Do Not Disturb mode, or muted a specific conversation in Messages.Shutterstock…
Yvonne Nelson: Sweet and sour love stories of Ghanaian damsel
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Yvonne Nelson: Sweet and sour love stories of Ghanaian damsel

By BENJAMIN NJOKU When she’s acting, one gets mesmerized as she interprets her role with great awe. Your eyes are…
Nathan Jones: Stoke City manager says culture is ‘starting to turn’
Sport

Nathan Jones: Stoke City manager says culture is ‘starting to turn’

Stoke City boss Nathan Jones went through the full range of emotions during Saturday's win at Swansea CityManager Nathan Jones…
Minimum wage: There’ll be no warning strike, Labour tells govt
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Minimum wage: There’ll be no warning strike, Labour tells govt

Olusola Fabiyi and Olufemi Atoyebi The President of Trade Union Congress, Quadri Olaleye, said organised labour would not go on…
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