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Japanese woman, 90, named world’s oldest office manager

A 90-year-old Japanese woman who has worked for the same company since 1956 earned a Guinness World Record as the world’s oldest office manager. Yasuko Tamaki, who will celebrate her

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49ers, Patriots have committed to attend Justin Fields’ second Pro Day

49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was the first person to mention that Justin Fields would hold a second Pro Day workout for NFL teams, so it doesn’t come as much

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Japanese-European research team discovers novel genetic mitochondrial disorder

DNA ligase proteins, which facilitate the formation of bonds between separate strands of DNA, play critical roles in the replication and maintenance of DNA. The human genome encodes three different

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Brazilian payments network Elo picks banks for IPO

Brazilian payments firm Elo has chosen six banks to manage its initial public offering, four sources close to the matter said, in the first concrete sign it is proceeding with

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Call for writers: TechSpot is hiring staff writers and how-to specialists

TechSpot is looking to hire staff writers that are driven and enthusiastic about technology in general. If you are a TechSpot reader, you will know this requires profound understanding of

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British police wrangle escaped llama

Police in Britain said officers ended up in an unusual chase when an escaped llama went wandering through a neighborhood. The Salisbury Police said in a Facebook post that Community

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Sam Darnold: It “stings a little bit” to be “unwanted” by the Jets

Jets quarterback Sam Darnold spent more than two months not knowing whether he’d still be the Jets quarterback. That’s now over. And he’s happy about that. “There’s a little bit

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New research finds slumped posture not such a pain in the neck after all

Curtin University research in partnership with the Raine Study has cast doubt on the popular belief that having a slumped posture while seated can lead to neck pain. Published in

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Global supply lines struggle to clear container backlog after Suez chaos

A backlog of container ships carrying consumer goods has grown in some key strategic ports after a near week-long blockage in the Suez Canal, adding to ongoing disruptions to global

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Intel’s Rocket Lake prices fall, pre-binned chips available; Comet Lake gets even cheaper

Intel’s Rocket Lake processors only arrived a few weeks ago, but many of the 11th-gen CPUs are seeing price reductions—a stark contrast to virtually every other tech product right now

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