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Saturday May 15, 2021. 12:45 AM
According to a new study conducted by researchers at MIT, being corrected online just makes the original posters more toxic and obnoxious. From a report: Basically, the new thinking is that correcting fake news, disinformation, and horrible tweets at all is bad and makes...
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Surviving the 'seven minutes of terror' may not be easy, but hey, 祝你好运! China’s National Space Administration will today attempt to land its first Mars rover Zhurong on the Red Planet.…
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Few, if any, industries escaped the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even in the technology sector, where change is a normal part of business, many professional services and technology consulting firms struggled to cope with the disruption. That seems almost paradoxical...
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The Indian government has told doctors to look out for signs of mucormycosis or 'black fungus' in COVID-19 patients as hospitals report a rise in cases of the rare but potentially fatal infection. From a report: The state-run Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said at ...
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Friday May 14, 2021. 11:31 PM
It was weird enough on Wednesday when Rep. Andrew Clyde (Q-GA) compared the January 6th Capitol riots to 'a normal tourist visit.' But things took an even freakier turn Thursday when NBC reporters Leigh Ann Caldwell and Daniella Diaz asked if he stood by his words that the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from MIT Technology Review: In 1998 a couple of Stanford graduate students published a paper describing a new kind of search engine: 'In this paper, we present Google, a prototype of a large-scale search engine which makes heavy use of the ...
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In a letter in the journal Science, 18 prominent biologists -- including the world's foremost coronavirus researcher -- are lending their weight to calls for a new investigation of all possible origins of the virus, and calling on China's laboratories and agencies to 'open...
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Microsoft’s FPS Boost technology, which improves the frame rate of older games for the Xbox Series S/X consoles, is proving to be a practical next-gen upgrade for one game in particular. According to Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry technical analysis of 2018’s Shadow of the Tomb...
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Coalition of 41 organizations oppose labor rule challenge Google is spearheading an effort to save a visa rule that allows the spouses of H-1B visa holders awaiting green cards to work in the US.…
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Maybe it was your parents, or maybe, it was a friend. It could've even been with a co-worker over Zoom. But in all likelihood, you've probably had a recent conversation about the ease, efficiency, and health benefits of that buzz-worthy kitchen appliance of the moment: the...
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Balmuda, a Japanese design company known for its stylish appliances, has announced plans to make a smartphone. From a report: There aren't many details on the device itself yet, but it'll be a 5G handset that's expected to be released in November. SoftBank will sell it as a...
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It’s not too often an Android app drops hints about Apple products, but the latest Apple Music beta may have spilled the beans about the HiFi audio tier rumoured to be coming to the app. Within an APK teardown of the Apple Music app for Android, 9to5Google appears to have...
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The iconic spacefaring adventure 'Mass Effect' is back today with 'Mass Effect: Legendary Edition,' a single, remastered version of all three games. From a report: There is no series like 'Mass Effect' -- even when it comes to BioWare's other choice-driven RPGs like 'Dragon...
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I'm really excited about the upcoming Maker Music Festival, which starts on Saturday, May 15. It's an online event with a virtual campus of 18 buildings. Each building has several windows, and by hovering your cursor over a window you can get a preview of music created by...
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With AirPods Pro, AirPods Max and HomePod mini now at the centre of Apple’s audio ambitions, many have wondered about whether the classic Beats brand will get as much love from the company moving forward. There’s even been rumours the company plans to put the Beats by Dre...
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Also wiggles out of exclusivity deal Amid fears the global semiconductor crisis may last until 2023, AMD has opted to extend its purchase agreement with GlobalFoundries, giving it access to a greater proportion of the fabricator's output.…
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The Global Jukebox is a fantastic way to explore music from around the world. The project launched in 2017 and was originally conceived by Alan Lomax (1915-2002), a musicologist and folklorist. Lomax's daughter, anthropologist Anna Lomax Wood, has continued the project over...
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I recently got a Flexispot Pro Series standing desk. Mine is the Willow Solid Wood Standing Desk, which has a  48' × 24' desktop and a height range of 27.9' to 47.6'. There are plenty of other options on their site, including standings desks for kids, gaming desks, and...
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Rumours the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will jump back into bed with Google would be a boost for both parties as they seek to challenge the almighty Apple Watch, argues Chris Smith. Both the Samsung Galaxy Watch range and Google’s Wear OS need each other. Google hasn’t done a ...
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A day after US President Joe Biden said the US plans to disrupt the hackers behind the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, the operator of the Darkside ransomware said the group lost control of its web servers and some of the funds it made from ransom payments. From a report: 'A...
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