FIFA 21 Black Friday 2020: FUT Black Friday event news and release time latest | Gaming | Entertainment

EA Sports has confirmed that the full FIFA 21 Black Friday event will be returning to the game on Friday, November 27, 2020.

Having been made a tradition for the past few years, FUT 21 fans are preparing for some new deals to arrive across all compatible platforms.

FIFA 21 Black Friday has included a number of promos in the past, including a special squad release, as well as additional SBCs and Objectives.

Then there are the Black Friday pack offers to help celebrate the sales event, with a follow-up happening on Cyber Monday.

Much of this remains unconfirmed as EA Sports has only gone as far as to say that they are hosting a new event on November 27.

This was revealed as part of a new loading screen that was added to the game, albeit, without any other juicy details.

PRE-BLACK FRIDAY IN FUT 21

A Pre-Black Friday

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The 8th Forum on China-ASEAN Technology Transfer and Collaborative Innovation Unveiled in Nanning | News

NANNING, China, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 8th Forum on China-ASEAN Technology Transfer and Collaborative Innovation (hereinafter referred to as the “Forum”), hosted by the Ministry of Science and Technology and the People’s Government of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and organized by Guangxi Science and Technology Department and China-ASEAN Technology Transfer Center, was officially unveiled on November 26 in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. With the theme “Empower the Future with Opening-up and Innovation,” the Forum consisted of opening activities and a series of events such as the main forum, the 2nd ASEAN Plus Three Young Scientist Innovation Forum, the 17th China-ASEAN Expo Advanced Technology Exhibition, China-ASEAN Technology Transfer Matchmakings, and China-ASEAN International Forum on Sustainable Development and Innovation Cooperation, in a bid to facilitate the orderly circulation and integrated development of innovation elements between China and ASEAN.

Six ministerial-level officials from science & technology departments of ASEAN

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PlayStation 5: Amazon ‘really sorry’ after customers received cat food and other items instead of games console | Science & Tech News, Reports

Amazon says it is “really sorry” following reports that customers who had pre-ordered the new PlayStation 5 instead received deliveries of cat food and a foot massager.

Social media users have expressed their disappointment at what they claim are a spate of unsolicited deliveries, including cat food, a grill, and packing tape, instead of the much-awaited games console.

Amazon confirmed to Sky News that some of the social media reports were genuine, stating: “We’re all about making our customers happy, and that hasn’t happened for a small proportion of these orders.”

“We’re really sorry about that and are investigating exactly what’s happened,” the Amazon spokesperson added.

“We’re reaching out to every customer who’s had a problem and made us aware so we can put it right. Anyone who has had an issue with any order can contact our customer services team for help.”

The affected users have expressed concerns that

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Theories Abound About the Origins of a Mysterious Monolith Discovered in the Utah Desert | Smart News

A survey crew from Utah’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) flew low in a helicopter over the state’s Red Rocks Country last week, scanning the craggy landscape. The team was working with the Division of Wildlife Resources to count bighorn sheep, which roam in this secluded part of the desert in southeastern Utah.

But instead of the sure-footed climbers, something else caught the researchers’ attention: a shiny metal monolith protruding from the red rocks. The strange, three-sided structure stood out against the surrounding desert and resembled something out of a science fiction movie.

“One of the biologists is the one who spotted it and we just happened to fly directly over the top of it,” pilot Bret Hutchings tells local television station KSL’s Andrew Adams. “He was like, ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa, turn around, turn around!’ And I was like, ‘what?’ And he’s like, ‘There’s this thing back there—we’ve got

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Europe’s Largest Tech Conference to Return as In-Person Event in 2021 | Technology News

LISBON (Reuters) – Europe’s biggest technology conference, the Web Summit, will return to Lisbon in full force as a massive in-person event in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic forced it to go fully online this year.

“The venue is booked,” the conference’s founder Paddy Cosgrave told Reuters on Wednesday in an interview. “I think by November (next year) the Web Summit will be happening in-person and I can’t wait.”

The event, which moved from Dublin to the Portuguese capital in 2016, attracts about 70,000 participants every year, drawing speakers from leading global tech companies and startups, as well as politicians.

But due to the outbreak, which has forced the cancellation or postponement of many major events, this year’s Web Summit will be held online next week.

It will be able to host 100,000 attendees online on its own conference platform and hundreds of speakers will join the event, including the

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Donations benefit Salina Tech programs – News – Salina Journal

The Salina Area Technical College has received two major donations recently that came from members of the College’s Foundation Board. One donation is providing equipment for the machine tool and diesel programs, and the other is a new car for the college’s vehicle pool.

The new vehicle is a 2020 Chevy Malibu that was donated by Holm Automotive, a longtime Abilene auto dealer that recently opened a location in Salina. Dealership owner Tim Holm joined the Salina Tech Foundation board in September.

The Malibu, with a value of $20,000, is a welcome addition to the college’s vehicle pool, said college president Greg Nichols.

“We have employees traveling as much as ever — to area high schools to teach classes, visit business and industry partners, and attend recruiting events,” Nichols said. “Our vehicles are getting older, and this donation frees up $20,000 we can use instead for equipment and supplies in

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Analysis: Feeling Lucky? Bitcoiners Who Missed Rally Express Relief and Regret | Top News

LONDON (Reuters) – Arianna O’Dell, a 30-year-old entrepreneur and songwriter based in New York City, had a tumultuous four-year journey in cryptocurrency before selling her investments in February.

During her rollercoaster ride, bitcoin prices swung from under $1,000 to nearly $20,000. O’Dell may not have made optimal decisions about when to buy or sell, and missed out on the recent rally – but says she doesn’t regret that.

Investing $2,705 worth of proceeds into her business was better than enduring the stress of daily fluctuations, even though the price has since doubled, she said.

“Honestly I’ve had more luck in Vegas than I’ve had with cryptocurrencies,” O’Dell said in an interview.

She is part of a relatively new class of retail investors who joined the crypto market years ago, helping propel bitcoin’s price to a high of nearly $20,000. Not willing to stomach the subsequent volatility and having lost hope

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Smart TVs might add an Xbox in 2021, and more tech news you need to know today

Your tech news digest, by way of the DGiT Daily tech newsletter, for Wednesday, 25 November 2020. It’s Thanksgiving Eve! Back Friday.

1. The future is your Smart TV playing Xbox games

Google Chromecast with Google TV for you tab

Credit: David Imel / Android Authority

Xbox chief Phil Spencer gave an interview with The Verge as part of an hour-long podcast. There’s a fair bit in there and The Verge helpfully has an edited transcript.

  • A few points! One is the first confirmation, I think, that Microsoft sells the console hardware at a loss. It’s no surprise; that’s been the case for most consoles over the past …forever? But it’s confirmed!
  • Spencer is disappointed that expected launch title Halo Infinite was delayed to 2021, not serving as a powerful reason to pick-up the Xbox Series X/S. But Microsoft couldn’t sell more, because of supply chain problems. And it’s the same for Sony, Nvidia, and AMD, all seemingly
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Industry News: Digital Olfactory technology Market share will grow at CAGR of 36.4 % says Marketstudyreport

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Nov 25, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
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The ratio of shares and breakdowns are defined using verified primary sources. The Digital Olfactory technology Market forecast report could be a collection of first-hand info, qualitative and quantitative assessment by Digital Olfactory technology

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Vaccine news boosts commodities and emerging market assets

* AstraZeneca vaccine news drives risk-on approach

* Mexican peso hits strongest since March; EEM highest since 2018

* Gold hits four-month low (Updates prices)

NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Stocks brushed against last week’s record high on Monday before trading little changed and an index of commodity prices touched its highest since March as more vaccine-positive news gave investors hope economic activity could resume globally at a faster clip than has been thought.

AstraZeneca said its COVID-19 vaccine, cheaper to make, easier to distribute and faster to scale-up than its rivals, could be as much as 90% effective.

“This means we have a vaccine for the world,” said Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford University vaccine group that developed the drug.

Assets from emerging markets reacted strongly to the news, as it allays concerns over the distribution logistics of a vaccine for developing countries.

A popular emerging market

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