Paul Cater

Paul Cater is a Politics Journalist residing in Frisco, TX. He enjoys writing about the latest current events. During Elections, He primarily focuses on updating his audience via his Twitter.

Apple Doesn’t Want You To Check Your Bank Account, But You Should

Apple’s developer guidelines have been amended to state that subscription-based apps can charge more without informing the user. These auto-renewable subscriptions, according to Apple, are a wonderful way to enable customers to access content, services, or premium features in an app.

COVID-19 Cases Go Up As New Variant Is Found

According to The New York Times, a coronavirus subvariant known as omicron BA.2.12.1, which was initially discovered in upstate New York, is likely to become the dominant strain in the United States in the coming weeks as coronavirus cases rise across the country.

Smartphones Might Replace Weddings Photographers Soon

We all know how far smartphone cameras have come. They are capable of producing high-resolution images and are the cameras of choice for many of us. One industry is finally putting it to the test, determining whether or not a whole wedding can be photographed entirely on a smartphone.

German TV Station Recruits Ukranian Newscaster

German TV Station Recruits Ukrainian Newscaster

A Ukrainian broadcaster has been recruited by German broadcaster RTL to host a daily news show for other refugees from the Russian invasion of their homeland. It was announced that Karolina Ashion will host a 10-minute Ukrainian-language news program from Monday through Friday, which will address almost 200,000 Ukrainians who have already arrived in Germany

Ex-University of Michigan Athlete's Protest Encampment Is Removed

Ex-University of Michigan Athlete’s Protest Encampment Is Removed

Several items such as a tent, camper, signs, and other items that were used by a former University of Michigan football player to protest a campus doctor’s handling of sexual abuse allegations have been taken down by the university, the school announced on Tuesday. Rick Fitzgerald, University spokesman, confirmed in an email to The AP

The UN Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Is Increasing Its Nuclear Stockpile

The UN Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Is Increasing Its Nuclear Stockpile

According to reports, the UN Atomic Watchdog believes Iran has further enriched its stockpile of uranium in violation of a 2015 agreement with world powers. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, it notified member nations in its confidential quarterly report released Thursday that Iran is estimated to have 33.2 kilograms of uranium enriched up

Arbutus Sues Moderna Over Patent Infringement

Arbutus Sues Moderna Over Patent Infringement

As part of its lawsuit against Moderna Inc, Arbutus Biopharma Corp said on Monday that it had sought damages for infringement of its COVID-19 patent. Patents belonging to Arbutus Biopharma that were licensed to Genevant Sciences were rejected by an appeals court last December, prompting Moderna’s lawsuit against Arbutus Biopharma. Accordingly, the court upheld the

Mercedes-Benz foresees EV-only production lines within a few years

Mercedes-Benz Foresees EV-Only Production Lines Within A Few Years

In the second half of the decade, Mercedes Benz expects to have factories making electric vehicles exclusively, but will refrain from building EV-only plants instead of keeping production lines flexible so that production lines can keep pace with market demand. The carmaker factories are planning to go fully electric with some production lines even sooner,

N.J Police handcuff black teen as white teen watches

A New Jersey police department is being investigated after two officers handcuffed and pinned an 8th grader black teen on the floor while the white teen involved in the fight was left to sit on a couch. The teenage fight, which happened Saturday at Bridgewater Commons in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, was captured on video,

Hollywood Actor Sentenced To 20 Years For Ponzi Scheme

Zachary Horwitz, a small-time actor who pleaded guilty to operating a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on Monday. Horwitz — better known by “Zach Avery” — is known for acting on low budget films, including “Trespassers” and “The White Crow,” He received 240 months sentence and is required to

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