Former US Central Command chief and US ambassador to Saudi Arabia John Abizaid has said the United States needs Saudi Arabia to stabilize the world’s most important region.
According to media reports, addressing the Council on American-Arab Relations, John Abe Zaid said, “Those who think that the United States has plenty of oil and does not need Saudi oil do not understand the facts.”
“We need Saudi Arabian oil to stabilize the world’s oil market, and we need Saudi Arabia to stabilize the world economy,” he said.
“Saudi Arabia is moving towards the future, we should join Saudi Arabia,” he said. Saudi Arabia is moving forward to achieve Vision 2030, which is in our own interest.
Vivo dispatches new OS to counter rivalry
Cell phone merchant Vivo has dispatched another working framework called OriginOS, in view of Google’s Android working framework, as a component of its endeavors to stand apart in the midst of exceptional rivalry from adversaries, for example, Oppo and Huawei.
The move comes when Chinese cell phone organizations are honing their innovative fitness by improving their equipment and programming abilities.
With OriginOS, Vivo has bet everything on customization and personalization of the working framework’s UI, or the methods by which the client and a framework cooperate, to convey a superior programming experience. For example, it has offered a progression of new intelligent highlights that permit clients to all the more likely interface the virtual and this present reality.
Vivo said it took over a year for the organization to build up the new working framework.
Xiang Ligang, chief general of the Information Consumption Alliance, said Chinese cell phone organizations are putting more noteworthy emphasis on programming, as they understand that in a period of the web of things, innovation organizations must have solid abilities in equipment, programming and administrations to more readily separate themselves from others.
Tech goliath Huawei reported the second version of its in-house working framework HarmonyOS in September, and plans to have in excess of 200 million gadgets and gear utilizing the framework in a year.
Woman Sentenced To Six Months In Prison For Violating Quarantine Restrictions In Australia
A woman has been jailed in Australia for six months for violating quarantine restrictions on the coronavirus.
Authorities allowed a 28-year-old woman from the Australian state of Victoria, severely affected by the coronavirus, to stay in a hotel for 14 days in quarantine when she arrived in Perth.
But the woman secretly came to the city and stayed at a friend’s house, from where she was arrested.
Violations of quarantine restrictions in Western Australia carry a maximum sentence of 12 months in prison and a 50,000 fine.
Two Bomb Blasts Kill 15 People, Including Security Personnel In Philippines
A female suicide bomber has targeted military and security personnel inspecting the damage caused by a motorcycle bombing in the Philippines, killing 15 people, including security personnel and civilians, and injuring 75 others.
The plane struck not long after early afternoon before a U.S. Army installation. The plane struck soon after the early afternoon before a U.S. Army installation.
The impacts executed eight security workforce and six regular folks, while the injured included 48 regular people and 27 security faculty.
No group has claimed responsibility for the blasts.
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