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Tuesday February 7, 2023. 06:57 AM
And a few non-Chinese lending apps that appear to have been scooped by accident India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has commenced the process to ban and block 138 betting apps and 94 loan lending apps with Chinese links, but has drawn...
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Cabinet committee gets to find a solution after years of bans didn’t achieve a lot Pakistan’s years-long whack-a-mole attempts to prevent its citizens seeing some content online gone up a level, after the nation’s prime minister intervened to overturn a fresh ban on...
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‘Food does not change no matter what bowl it is served in’ says regulator South Korea’s Financial Services Commission yesterday revealed plans to regulate crypto assets as if they are securities.…
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Ryan Graves, former Lt. U.S. Navy and F/A-18F pilot who was the first active-duty fighter pilot to come forward publicly about regular sightings of UAP, says more data is needed about unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP). 'We should encourage pilots and other witnesses to...
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Best to revisit that plan to bring home a cheap OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, or Realme handset from your holiday Don't buy an Android phone in China, boffins have warned, as they come crammed with preinstalled apps transmitting privacy-sensitive data to third-party domains without ...
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Polluting single-use plastic production rose globally by 6 million tons per year from 2019 to 2021 despite tougher worldwide regulations, with producers making 'little progress' to tackle the problem and boost recycling, new research showed on Monday. Reuters reports:...
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Creepy developer offers evasive apps that track victims, crack their cloud storage, enable harassment and worse A New York man who developed several stalkerware apps has been ordered to pay $410,000 in civil fines to settle a court case against him, and must modify the apps...
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As a cat owner, I've seen my kitties sleep in many positions – curled up, lying on their backs with their hind legs stretched out, bent over the arm of a couch… But never have I seen anything like the sleeping sphynx in the video below, posted on TikTok by Lisa Hampton...
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Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, will suspend U.S. dollar deposits and withdrawals, the company said Monday, without providing a reason for the decision. CNBC reports: Binance US, a unit of the company that's regulated by the Treasury Department's...
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'The text we generated was a mistake, we are super embarrassed' Video The Seinfeld spoof Nothing, Forever - a sitcom developed using generative AI - has been temporarily banned on Twitch after one of the characters accidentally spewed transphobic profanities.…
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Unable to get the power it needs to feed its growing datacenter footprint, Amazon plans to transition some of its Oregon datacenters over to natural gas fuel cells. The Register reports: First reported by local media, Amazon's initial plan would involve installing just shy...
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Spanish architect David Romero is pushing the boundaries of architectural visualization with his stunning digital reconstructions of Frank Lloyd Wright's unbuilt structures. By using computer-generated models and advanced 3D representation techniques, Romero has brought to...
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Monday’s massive earthquake has triggered a swarm of aftershocks, which will make a humanitarian disaster even more devastating.
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When Water's Edge nursing home in New York says their 'reNEWal' programs 'aim to provide a total, immersive rehabilitation experience that renews and reinvigorates the body and soul,' they ain't kidding around. In fact, an 82-year-old woman who was pronounced dead at the...
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Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Conflicting reports over the fate of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries SpaceJet program has again highlighted the cloudy outlook for Japan’s passenger jet industry, and the firm may be looking toward militarization as its escape hatch to profitability....
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Axe throwing bars has become quite popular! After all, what's not love about crowds of people throwing heavy sharp objects while drinking alcohol? For those who prefer a more 'exotic' variation on the theme, apparently some of the axe throwing pubs are also offering throwing ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: As a smartphone operating system, Android strives to be a lightweight OS so it can run on a variety of hardware. The first version of the OS had to squeeze into the T-Mobile G1, with only a measly 256MB of internal...
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'Perils of the job' we're told A top US cyber diplomat said his Twitter account was compromised over the weekend.…
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Fake free speech advocate Elon Musk underestimated the number of fascists, Nazis, MAGA cultists, and Christian Nationalists that would be willing to pay for his troll-friendly version of Twitter, reports The Information [paywall]. Only 180,000 people have signed up for...
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Last year's Super Bowl broadcast was 'crypto-happy' as 100 million Americans saw at least three commercials promoting cryptocurrency. This year things will be different. According to the Associated Press, there will be no cryptocurrency advertisements aired during this...
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