Duolingo Opens Museum of ‘Wonky English’ to Display the Art of Japanese Mistranslations

Duolingo Opens Museum of 'Wonky English' to Display the Art of Japanese Mistranslations

As many will attest, learning a foreign language is not easy. According to Duolingo that is why it “has always celebrated its learners’ mistakes as valuable stepping stones to acquiring knowledge.” With that in mind, and as part of an effort to create brand awareness, the language learning app has launched the ‘Museum of Wonky … Read more

Best tech deals for Black Friday 2022: Offers on soundbars, gadgets and more

Best tech deals for Black Friday 2022: Offers on soundbars, gadgets and more

B lack Friday and tech deals are almost identical with each other. The sales event is known, loved and anticipated for the reductions that you’ll find across the spectrum of gadgets and gizmos – and this year will not disappoint. There are discounts on TVs, laptops, headphones, gaming consoles and accessories, cameras, speakers and more, … Read more

Should competitive golf stop in the off-season?

Should competitive golf stop in the off-season?

Play rounds that count for your handicap in bad weather? Steve Carroll knows where you can stick that idea. We’ll let him explain I’m ashamed to write this but this is my truth: I fear I’m becoming a fair-weather golfer. I’ve barely set foot on a course in the last few weeks and I’m a … Read more

Why an easing of inflation in the eurozone is not being cheered by financial markets | Business News

Signage is seen outside the European Central Bank (ECB) building, in Frankfurt, Germany, July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

October is traditionally an awful month for stock market investors. And yet, for the first time since the summer of 2021, global equities look set to complete back to back monthly gains for October and November. The STOXX 600, the most widely-followed pan-European stock index, is up some 13% since the beginning of October while … Read more