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A new study looking at the relative skills of video gamers in different parts of the world finds that players from Finland come out top. In terms of North America, Canadian gamers outpace their U.S. counterparts.
The environment in which businesses operate is always changing rapidly and creating reasons to innovate. Yet none of these changes have seemed quite as urgent as the current coronavirus crisis, according to Philip Atherton.
The Philippines' top broadcaster ABS-CBN was forced off air on Tuesday over a stalled operating licence renewal, drawing fresh accusations that the authorities are cracking down on press freedom.

A new issue for Apple. Google researchers have identified multiple vulnerabilities in an image parsing code, which could affect Mac and iPhone users. To address the issue, Apple are bringing forward their new iOS and macOS updates.
Edtech company Chegg confirmed earlier today that it had suffered its third breach in as many years. This not only raises questions around the company itself, it also raises concerns about corporate security overall.
Charging devices remains one of the downsides of technology. However, this pain-point for technology users can be balanced through boots to the speed and flexibility of charging. A new cable from Chotech delivers these needs.
For those who suffer from seasonal affective disorder, and for everyone who likes voice controlled lights (especially those that can pan through various colors), then Heim Vision have a new 'sunrise' wake-up light on the market.
The coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown has increased the global demand for digital technology and data transfer. While speed varies considerably between countries, so does the price that citizens pay. A new study looks at the differences.
YouTube on Monday announced that streaming star PewDiePie will make the Google-owned video platform his exclusive online stage.

The co-hosts of the distinguished sports podcast, Champion's Mojo, have a major reason to celebrate. It is a Top 5 finalist for a Webby Award.
The leading US movie theater chain said Tuesday it will no longer play any Universal Pictures movies on its screens as a row over the record-breaking release of "Trolls World Tour" on streaming platforms sharply escalated.

An antibody that can stop the new coronavirus infecting cells in laboratory tests has been identified by researchers in the Netherlands, in what scientists say could help the development of therapies for COVID-19.
Scientists have found that two types of cells found in the nose are a mechanism that the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses as a means to enter the body and trigger an infection. Significantly, nasal swabs have yielded higher viral loads than throat swabs.
Skywatchers are in for a real treat this month, as several celestial events will occur. The first event coming up will be the Eta Aquarids meteor shower - and it is expected to peak in the early hours of Cinco de Mayo on Tuesday, May 5.
There’s new data about the rise in prescriptions for anti-anxiety medication during the COVID-19 pandemic. To aid people during these times, Dr. Colin Banas discusses the new iPrescribe mobile prescribing app.
As dusk settles on the forest of gutted buildings around them, Tareq Abu Ziad and his family break the Ramadan fast on the remains of their home.
In their tiny living room, Maria Luisa Prado told her flatmates about a 28-year-old woman "who was also a family doctor like us" who died from coronavirus.
Mexico's government thanked US President Donald Trump on Tuesday and called him a "friend" for providing support to help the country tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Overnight strikes on positions held by Iranian-backed militias and their allies in eastern Syria killed 14 fighters, a war monitor said on Tuesday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday it would be "difficult" to hold the postponed Tokyo Olympics if the coronavirus pandemic is not contained.
Olympic gold medalist and world champion swimmer Chad Le Clos revealed to his fans and followers that he underwent two successful surgeries over the past weekend.
Vietnamese swimmer Paul Le Nguyen, who trains at NC State University, chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos while quarantined during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
American professional swimmer Coleman Stewart chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his swimming career, his proudest moments, and the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Country queen Martina McBride released her new single "Girls Like Me," which is simply glorious. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Jonathon McClendon ("Days of Our Lives" alum) chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos while quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic. He opened up about "Danger Force" and Brad Everett Young's "Dream Loud" campaign.
The thriller "Perception," starring Wes Ramsey ("General Hospital") is great to watch if you're stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "The Bender" with Brando, and his upcoming EP "Rytme."
From homeless entrepreneur to venture capital fund founder, Arlan Hamilton shares her hard-won wisdom on defying other people’s expectations and building your dreams in her new book It’s About Damn Time.
J.Crew Group, which operates the J.Crew and Madewell brands, has become the first national US retailer to file for bankruptcy protection since the coronavirus pandemic forced a wave of store closures.
From homeless to venture capital leader, Arlan Hamilton’s new book It’s About Damn Time, inspires audiences to use being underestimated as their greatest advantage.
Stock markets suffered steep losses Monday, tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the coronavirus pandemic.
From linking higher cases of heart disease to PSTD cases to a new medical procedure that involves weaving blood vessels as a method for heart attack recovery, we look at some of the latest research in relation to heart disease.
Celebrities, world leaders and philanthropists pledged some 7.4 billion euros ($8.1 billion) on Monday for research into coronavirus vaccines, treatments and testing during an EU-led videoconference that was snubbed by the United States.
Global deaths from the coronavirus pandemic topped a quarter-million on Monday, mostly in the US and Europe even as both regions slowly moved away from lockdown and world leaders raised billions towards a vaccine.
Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis:- 'Enormous evidence' -US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says there is "enormous evidence" the pandemic originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China, adding to the diplomatic tensions with Beijin...

Polish President Andrzej Duda, who is running for reelection, on Tuesday won the support of the present-day incarnation of the government-friendly Solidarity trade union that brought a peaceful end to communism at home in 1989.
Israel's parliament on Tuesday launched what it warned would be a "marathon debate" on a proposed coalition government deal, the legality of which has been challenged in the country's Supreme Court.
Voters are still in the dark as to whether Poland's presidential election will go ahead as scheduled on Sunday, amid mounting pressure for a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fighting in the island of Socotra off the southern coast of Yemen halted as forces loyal to the Saudi-Supported Hadi government and the Southern Transitional Council supported by the UAE fought for the provincial capital of Hadibo.
Generating power without harmful carbon emissions has never been more urgent, yet one of the biggest sources of clean power is struggling to turn a profit.
Herbert Gilbert is just one of tens of thousands of drivers who have sued Volkswagen for cheating emissions tests, but he will make legal history Tuesday when his "dieselgate" case becomes the first to reach Germany's top court.
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake hit near southern Puerto Rico on Saturday, jolting many from their beds on an island where some people still remain in shelters from previous quakes earlier this year. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
One cute group is making the most of Singapore's partial virus lockdown -- penguins at the city-state's zoo, who are being given the run of the empty complex and revelling in the chance to do some exploring.
A smattering of cars drove past the eerily quiet hotels and casinos, shuttered since mid-March, while a handful of tourists gathered by the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign to take photos.
From linking higher cases of heart disease to PSTD cases to a new medical procedure that involves weaving blood vessels as a method for heart attack recovery, we look at some of the latest research in relation to heart disease.
Celebrities, world leaders and philanthropists pledged some 7.4 billion euros ($8.1 billion) on Monday for research into coronavirus vaccines, treatments and testing during an EU-led videoconference that was snubbed by the United States.
Global deaths from the coronavirus pandemic topped a quarter-million on Monday, mostly in the US and Europe even as both regions slowly moved away from lockdown and world leaders raised billions towards a vaccine.