metaverse: What the metaverse of the future might look like in 2030

metaverse: What the metaverse of the future might look like in 2030

The Internet has evolved over the years, and the result of this development is metavers. We exist at a time when a significant change in the history of mankind is underway and our real lives are bound to contaminate the metaverse. It is a virtual reality / augmented reality universe that helps you build social … Read more

Palestinian assailants kill Israeli guard in West Bank

Palestinian assailants kill Israeli guard in West Bank

JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinian assailants shot and killed a guard at the entrance to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, the Israeli military said, in another attack that has heightened Israeli-Palestinian tensions over the past two months. The Israeli military said early Saturday that the attackers had arrived at the entrance to the … Read more

Neal Adams, legendary cartoonist, dies aged 80

Neal Adams, legendary cartoonist, dies aged 80

Neal Adams has died at the age of 80, according to a statement from his family, published via The Hollywood Reporter. Adams died on April 28 of complications from sepsis, according to the statement. Adams began his career in comics after graduating from the School of Industrial Art in Manhattan. His earliest comic book work … Read more

Most Americans are still optimistic about retirement, study shows

Most Americans are still optimistic about retirement, study shows

Ipggutenbergukltd | Istock | Getty Images Despite the pandemic, most Americans are still optimistic about a comfortable retirement, but inflation is the number one concern among those not as prepared. That’s 32nd Annual Retirement Confidence Survey among 2,677 employees and retirees in January, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute and Greenwald Research. “Even with … Read more

Prehistoric women were hunters and artists as well as mothers, book reveals | Archaeology

Prehistoric women were hunters and artists as well as mothers, book reveals |  Archaeology

From academic works supporting women to hunter-gatherer men, to Raquel Welch’s portrayal of a bikini-clad cave woman in the 1966 film One Million Years BC, the Stone Age gender division is firmly entrenched in the public consciousness. While men walked out to impale woolly mammoths, women, as mothers or exploited objects of male desire, sheltered … Read more

Metas Mark Zuckerberg seems to have learned an important lesson

Metas Mark Zuckerberg seems to have learned an important lesson

Meta-founder Mark Zuckerberg seems to have reminded himself that when you are a public company, income statements matter – especially to shareholders. After shocking investors in early February by outlining $ 90- $ 95 billion in spending this year as the social media giant expands Zuck’s futuristic metavers, the company is retreating toward that target … Read more