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Thursday January 21, 2021. 07:19 PM
The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) says it's come up with a way to detect prostate cancer with a high degree of accuracy through a urine test. The most common method in use today requires a blood draw to look at a cancer factor called PSA, the results of...
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Microsoft is poised to release several substantial security updates to version 88 of its Edge browser, including a long-awaited password generator and monitor.Edge 88 is rolling out now, according to Microsoft, though the new Password Monitor feature may take a couple of...
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Asian Boss went on the streets of Tokyo to find out what Japanese citizens thought of the January 6 Capitol Riot. Most of them think the United States has become more divided, racist, and hostile to foreigners. They also said Trump was to blame for the riot, but one woman...
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An anonymous reader writes: China produces as many artificial intelligence researchers as the US, but it lags in fundamental research. The government hopes to make up ground with a new AI lab in Beijing that brings together top researchers from AI and industry to focus on...
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In December, a man in Florida bought a brand new Ford Bronco Sport. Adam Sidoti went about it like most people do: he traded in his old sedan, forked over $2,500 to the Ford dealership as a down payment, and obtained financing. — Read the rest
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MakeUseOf reviews the Kickstarted Llano MicroDock for Nintendo Switch (about $100). It looks good as a replacement for the bulky dock that also allows you to record and stream your gameplay. The Llano MicroDock for Nintendo Switch is a pocket-sized replacement for your...
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This video is absolutely wonderful! Omg it's amazing. First one: how to pretend you are an American tourist when the police try to arrest you on Saturday: pic.twitter.com/0fPfSPGSIv— Tanja Maier (@tanjamaier17) January 21, 2021 The bangs and fantastic tone of exasperated...
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Department for Education says: 'We believe this is not widespread' Updated A shipment of laptops supplied to British schools by the Department for Education to help kids learn under lockdown came preloaded with malware, The Register can reveal.…
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Eric Singer, a dialect coach often featured in Wired videos, and his colleagues demonstrate how people in different parts of the United States talk. Until I watched this, I lumped all east coast accents into one group, and the same for southern accents, but Singer reveals...
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California's former Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, gets the COVID-19 vaccine and encourages the rest of us to do so as well.
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Last week an FBI special agent rang up Cory Doctorow and told him he had questions about a blog post Cory had written in July about a Popular Mechanics article on the physics of toppling statues. Wisely, Cory put the FBI agent in touch with an attorney at the EFF and the...
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Software development services provider Sequoia Holdings said on Thursday its employees can now receive a part of their salary in cryptocurrencies, should they choose to. From a report: Under the new program, employees can elect to defer a portion of their salary into...
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Facebook has to decide whether to give the ex-president his bullhorn back. It won’t make that call itself.
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J.R. Bjornson demonstrates a liquid indicator that he got for free from the Canadian Institute for the Blind. These devices also come in a vibrating option that has a magnet so it can be attached to a refrigerator. Image: YouTube / J.R. — Read the rest
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Not just for vacations anymore! LEGO is offering a 'Holiday Camper' that looks a lot like a Minnie Winnie to me. Extremely popular in California's campgrounds and on its city streets, the Minnie Winnie seems uncomfortable to folks in a larger vehicle and paradise to those...
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Despite an inarguably terrible year and many concerning events happening around the world -- pandemic notwithstanding -- technology is still advancing at breakneck speeds. That looks to continue well into the coming year, with many fascinating and emergent solutions bubbling ...
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Thorough counter-detection methods laid bare by Redmond The SolarWinds hackers triggered one of their Cobalt Strike implants in the firm's network through a cunning VBScript that was activated by a routine system process, Microsoft has said.…
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To follow up to his ultra-black room, James at Action Lab did up a room with LIT pigment, the highest-lumen glow-in-the-dark pigment. Then he blasted it with a 100,000 lumen flashlight. Very cool! He also explains light reflectivity and shows a sample of the whitest material ...
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Belgian photographer Niki Colemont considers squirrels 'the perfect models,' so he takes weeks setting up fanciful shots with wild squirrels. He gets his shots in camera and does not manipulate them in Photoshop. It shows why he was a National Geographic 2019 finalist...
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One of the biggest trends coming out of this year's CES wasn't something people will necessarily notice at first glance unless they look closely. From a report: After enduring years of cramped, 'widescreen' laptop displays, it looks like we're finally starting to say goodbye ...
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