AMD Ryzen 7000X3D processors to launch later this month with 3D V-cache tech
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by GTonline
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The top model may blow past Intel’s latest Core i9 CPU AMD has revealed the release date of the highly-anticipated Ryzen 7000X3D series of gaming processors, and they’re launching a little later than expected. Three new processors are expected in the coming months. Both of the higher-end models, the Ryzen 9 7900X3D and the 7950X3D are launching on February 28, contrary to previous reports that stated a release on Valentine’s Day. The former will cost you $599 while the latter has a $699 price tag.  The third processor, the Ryzen 7 7800X3D, is a little cheaper at $449, but it won’t launch ..read more
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Twitter API no longer free as platform will begin charging, angering developers
Ghanaian Times
by GTonline
10h ago
New effort to raise revenue as the site is hemorrhaging money It’s a sad day for our favorite gimmick Twitter accounts, as we might have to soon say goodbye to them. Late Wednesday night, the official Twitter Developer account announced the platform will stop offering free access to the platform’s API (Application Programming Interface) on February 9. Access to Twitter API v1.1 and v2 will soon be replaced with a “paid basic tier,” which may further cripple third-party support. Twitter API allows third-party developers to access publicly available Twitter data to create bots or apps for the si ..read more
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At the PAC sitting: New Times Corporation debtors urged to pay to enable it function effectively
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by GTonline
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The New Times Corporation (NTC), publisher of the Gha­naian Times and The Spectator newspapers, has served notice to its debtors to redeem their debts or face legal action. Managing Director of the corpo­ration, Martin Adu-Owusu, told the Public Accounts Committee of Par­liament yesterday in Accra that taking legal action against its debtors had become the only way out if it were to retrieve its locked up funds from customers and vendors. The Auditor General in its 2020 report on Public Boards and Cor­porations noted that debtors of the state-owned media organisation have become numb in redeem ..read more
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Former Georgian president’s condition has sparked concern
Ghanaian Times
by GTonline
11h ago
Former United States President, George W Bush, has ordered the CIA to search for a re­placement for Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, after the escalation of the second Intifada in 2001, the BBC said, quoting recently released British documents. The US effort came after the failure of the Camp David negotiations in 2000 between Arafat and then-Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak. The talks followed the escalation of violence in the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. According to the BBC documents, Bush expected early on that Ariel Sharon, who succeeded Barak, would use the G ..read more
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‘Pakistan mosque bomber wore police uniform as disguise
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by GTonline
11h ago
The man who attacked a mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Monday used a police uniform to gain access to the area, police have said. The suicide bomber reportedly entered through the main gates of the secure zone where the mosque is located. Police chief, Moazzam Jah An­sari, said they had CCTV footage revealing the man’s final move­ments, and were closing in on the “terror network” responsible. He also confirmed a head found at the site was the attacker’s. Monday’s blast – one of the deadliest attacks in Pakistan in years – took place at a 50-year-old mosque in a high-security police ..read more
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Accra Lions devour Gt. Olympics
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by GTonline
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 New boys Accra Lions put up a dominant display to thrash Accra Great Olym­pics 3-0 in their Week 15 betPawa Ghana Premier League (GPL) fixture played at the Accra Sports Stadium, yesterday. A goal from Abass Samari and Jacob Mensah’s brace gave the Lions the bragging rights over their city rivals who have been inconsis­tent this season, to walk away with all three points. The emphatic victory also saw Accra Lions leapfrog Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko to occupy the third position on the league table. The local derby started on a bright note especially for Olympics who built up p ..read more
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Karela silence Kotoko
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by GTonline
11h ago
 Karela United yesterday forced a bitter pill down the throat of the Porcupine War­riors, Kumasi Asante Kotoko as they run away with a 1-0 victory in their match day 15 fixture at the CAM Park in Aiyinase. Kotoko had hopes of joining the top three clubs on the betPa­wa Ghana Premier League (GPL) table with a win they seriously desired. But Karela showed a tough and rugged character; resisted the flam­ing arrows thrown at them by the Asanteman warriors and escaped with a solitary win courtesy Samuel Atta Kumi’s strike from the spot on the hour mark. Kotoko’s confidence soared ahead of the ..read more
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COCOBOD procurement breaches case adjourned to Feb 6
Ghanaian Times
by GTonline
11h ago
 Trial of Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni, Seidu Agongo and Agricult Ghana Limited before the Accra High Court has been adjourned to Monday, February 6, 2023. This is because second accused, Mr Seidu Agongo, the Managing Director of Agricult Ghana Limited, was indisposed. The accused is standing trial together with Dr Opuni, the for­mer Chief Executive Officer of Ghana COCOBOD, for alleged procurement breaches in the pur­chase and supply of fertiliser. Mr Agongo’s counsel, Nuti­fafa Nutsukpui, brought to the attention of the court the medical condition of his client and provided medical document ..read more
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12 arrested for alleged murders, robberies
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by GTonline
11h ago
The police arrested 12 people believed to be members of an organised crime, involved in alleged murders, robberies and carjacking, in the Greater Accra, Ashanti and East­ern regions. The suspects are Prince Opuni, Kwabena Kyei Barfour, Jeffrey Dwomoh, Clifford Opoku, Samuel Adom, William Ansah and Benard Adu Gyamfi. They rest are Anthony Tawiah, Andrew Kwame Owusu, Musah Sulley, Yaw Acheampong and Charles Lotherford. The Director of the Police Pub­lic Affairs, Assistant Commission­er of Police (ACP) Grace Ansah Akrofi in a statement circulated on the police Facebook, indicated that the suspect ..read more
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Alleged killings of 9 civilians by military at Bawku: Bodies handed over to families for burial
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by GTonline
11h ago
The bodies of nine civilians alleged­ly killed by the military in Bawku, in the Upper East Region, have been handed over to their families for burial. The nine were shot and killed in separate attacks at different loca­tions within the Bawku Municipal­ity, which has sparked an uproar among residents. Dozens of residents are fleeing the area for their lives, with teach­ers and pupils in the township taking a ‘tough’ decision to desert school after the uniformed men allegedly stormed communities close to the town and killed about 14 residents and injuring scores of others. The teachers said alth ..read more
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