Analysis: Retailers turn to robots in cost inflation fight

Analysis: Retailers turn to robots in cost inflation fight

Sector seeing acceleration in automation Seen as bulwark to tight and expensive labor market LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) – At a vast warehouse in the southern Dutch city of Roosendaal, automated cranes and driverless vehicles silently stack clothes for the French and Italian stores of retailer Primark, reducing the need for hard-to-come-by labor . With … Read more

Russian oil sanctions are about to kick in. And they could disrupt markets in a big way

Russian oil sanctions are about to kick in.  And they could disrupt markets in a big way

European oil sanctions are due to kick in on December 5. The idea is to reduce oil revenues for Russia given its war in Ukraine. Andrey Rudakov | Bloomberg | Getty Images Upcoming sanctions on Russian oil are set to be “really disruptive” for energy markets if European nations fail to set a cap on … Read more

CRAIG BROWN: Play it again Sam? Not on your nelly! Why again hit the wrong note

More and more bands are abandoning the needless tradition of the encore.  ¿We just f****** play until the show is over,¿ the blunt Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl often tells his audience

More! More! Still! Still!’ How many hours — days, weeks — of my life have I spent encouraging famous musicians to return to the stage? In my youth, I used to go to a different rock concert every week or two. Inevitably, I would spend ten minutes of each concert clapping and stomping and shouting … Read more

Rob Burrow makes CBeebies Bedtime Story history by reading book with eye-controlled computer

Rob Burrow, 40, has appeared on CBeebies Bedtime story using eye-controlled technology.

Rob Burrow has made CBeebies Bedtime Story history by being the first person to ever read a book using an eye-controlled computer. The former Leeds Rhinos player, 40, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2019, has filmed a special episode of the BBC series to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The … Read more

23rd Triennial Milano International Exhibition. Unknown Unknowns. An Introduction to Mysteries

23rd Triennial Milano International Exhibition.  Unknown Unknowns.  An Introduction to Mysteries

Even the title of the 23rd International Exhibition suggests curiosity and a desire for discovery. While entering the spaces of the Triennial Milano, curiosity turns into culture, by walking around the many exhibition paths. Indeed, it’s not just one exhibition, but several shows linked together in an interplay of cross-references. By the way, we suggest … Read more

Royal fans stunned by Prince William’s resemblance to Diana in sweet video comparing mother and son

The TikTok video has amassed over 4.5m views and sent royal fans into a frenzy.  The opening clip shows Prince William at his godson Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece and Denmark's 1999 christening

Royal fans have dubbed Prince William the ‘spitting image’ of Diana after a sweet video montage of the mother and son went viral. TikTok account @AngelSkyFire shared a clip comparing the late Princess with her son the Prince of Wales, captioning the video: ‘Prince William looks so much like his mother Princess Diana.’ Many social … Read more

Plastic OLED Mobile Phone Screen Market 2022 will touch New Level in the Upcoming Year by 2028

Plastic OLED Mobile Phone Screen Market 2022 will touch New Level in the Upcoming Year by 2028

The latest market research report on the Plastic OLED Mobile Phone Screen market 2022-2028. The report provides a detailed study accumulating the latest insights into critical features of the Plastic OLED Mobile Phone Screen market. The assessment provides a 360 view and insights, outlining the key outcomes of the market. The report contains different market … Read more

Bangladesh reaping rewards of Taskin Ahmed and Litton Das’ changed mindsets in ODIs

Bangladesh reaping rewards of Taskin Ahmed and Litton Das' changed mindsets in ODIs

Most coaches, captains and keen observers agree that for Bangladesh to do well in any format, they need a collective team effort. Lack of temperament and consistency have traditionally pegged them back, which is often why individual brilliance alone hasn’t given them a lot of success. In the past ten years though, they have had … Read more