Rogan has found himself in hot water this week, facing backlash and allegations of transphobia at Spotify.
The "magnitude of this surveillance" is "extremely disturbing," Senators Ron Wyden and Sherrod Brown wrote in a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
AT&T CEO: Customers would accept targeted ads if given $5 or $10 price cut.
$100 plan in beta next month, should come to “most” Google Fiber cities in 2021.
The Snapdragon 875 is reportedly built on a 5nm process and in mass production now.
You can stream Game 5 as Los Angeles looks to knock out Houston and advance to the Western Conference finals.
The Lexus RC F is available with a special Fuji Speedway Edition model for 2021. This new limited-edition trim is based on the RC F Track Edition we got this year, but the Fuji Speedway Edition is home to a couple of handsome exterior upgrades. We only have kind words for the Lexus RC and RC F, but the weight … Continue reading
Citigroup's CEO Michael Corbat is retiring, and his replacement is the first woman on Wall Street to reach that coveted position. Meet Jane Fraser.
Enterprise edition offers admins more ways to blend work and play Google has loosed Android 11 on a waiting world.…
The Guardian today published an article purportedly written “entirely” by GPT-3, OpenAI‘s vaunted language generator. But the small print reveals the claims aren’t all that they seem. Under the alarmist headline, “A robot wrote this entire article. Are you scared yet, human?”, GPT-3 makes a decent stab at convincing us that robots come in peace, albeit with a few logical fallacies. But an editor’s note beneath the text reveals GPT-3 had a lot of human help. The Guardian instructed GPT-3 to “write a short op-ed, around 500 words. Keep the language simple and concise. Focus on why humans have nothing to fear from… This story continues at The Next Web
Samsung has just fully presented its flagship smartphone Galaxy Z Fold 2, and the characteristics of its younger version – Galaxy Z Fold 2 Lite ...
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Former staff of the now-shuttered Essential company, makers of the Essential Phone, have gathered under a new company, but haven’t announced a new device yet.
Gigabyte has announced the Aorus 15P, a portable laptop tailored to professional gaming. It’s available now on Gigabyte’s online store, starting at $1,599.99.
The company says it worked with esports teams, including G2 Esports, to design the new laptop. It weighs 4.4 pounds (2kg) — which is portable so far as gaming laptops go — and it’s 0.9 inches thick. Gigabyte says the chassis passed “a series of pressure tests” for durability.
Gigabyte is promising up to eight hours of battery life, which is certainly an optimistic prediction for a gaming rig (and this one has a per-key RGB keyboard, which might draw some extra power).
The Aorus 15P under the Prime95 and Furmark stress tests. Gigabyte says...
Older patients and other vulnerable populations tend to need more medical care, but it’s often difficult for them to get online for remote visits.
If the Uber passenger refuses to upload a mask selfie after being reported, they won't be allowed to ride again.
The ketogenic diet — more commonly called ‘keto’ — is popular due to its impact on blood sugar levels and insulin resistance, but that’s not the extent of its various benefits. According to a new study, this type of diet may also cause a change in gut fungi implicated in Alzheimer’s disease…doing so in a good way, potentially reducing one’s … Continue reading
A three-judge appeals court panel ruled that Congress cannot sue to enforce a subpoena before first passing a law authorizing such action.
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(University of Minnesota) Researchers from the University of Minnesota, with support from Medtronic, have developed a groundbreaking process for multi-material 3D printing of lifelike models of the heart's aortic valve and the surrounding structures that mimic the exact look and feel of a real patient.
The update makes it easier to find saved places in Google Maps. You can sort by “recently saved,” “nearby saved,” and places you’ve visited but not saved. | Image: Google
Google is rolling out some small but useful updates to Google Maps focusing on the app’s Saved tab. If you’ve not used it before, this lets you bookmark favorite locations, be they parks or pubs, and sort them by “favorites,” “want to go,” “starred places,” or custom lists.
The update makes it easier to sort locations if you happen to have saved a lot of them. You can now order places by how recently you saved them and by how close you are (if Google Maps has access to your location, that is, which it probably does).
If you’ve turned on your Location History in Google Maps, the app will also now make it easier to add places to the Saved tab by suggesting them based on where you’ve been. Locations you’ve visited will now be saved on the...
The EOS R5’s first firmware update brings minor improvements, none of which solve its video limitations.
LHC has lost power to the lower half of the building
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(Qatar University, College of Law) The debate on the risks and benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is still ongoing, but one thing is certain: without appropriate regulatory measures, AI is potentially dangerous. A recent study explores how AI can be a threat to the society, especially developing nations, if left unregulated. The study also talks about why AI should comply with the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations, to ensure that it benefits the society as a whole.
Poltergeist is fantastic because it somehow both includes, and subverts, seemingly every convention the horror genre has.
That long wait is one of many reasons why the first tease of season three is so insanely exciting.
Cloudflare has been named as a leading provider of Zero Trust Access (ZTA) in the Omdia Market Radar for Zero Trust Access. In the report, Omdia explores the rise of Zero Trust Access as a response to shortcomings in VPNs, and the rapid expansion of remote work and cloud computing. Register to download the complete […]
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Election Day in the US — November 3rd — is almost here. Now, if you type “how to vote” or “how to register to vote” into Google’s search box, it will automatically detect which state you live in and give you voting dates, ways to register to vote online, and more.
If you go to Google’s search engine or the Chrome web browser to search for specific voting information, you’ll now get some very specific results:
Google search provides detailed answers to questions you may have about registering or voting in your state.
If you search “how to vote,” the first thing that appears on the webpage — below all of the ads, anyhow — is no longer the top search result for that phrase. Instead, you’ll see specific information on...
Jamie Lee Curtis’ quest to obtain toilet paper became “an obsession” at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the movie star told The Late Late Show host James Corden on Tuesday.The actor, who has appeared in preparedness commercials for the American Red Cross, explained that usually, “you come to me in an emergency.”But the postponement of a filming project in Canada left the actor unprepared.Her house in California, which she had intended to leave for three months, was running low on bathroom tissue.“I’m a really calm person and I’m really good in an emergency, but that undid me,” she said. “I just, somehow, I had not prepared for that.”Discover the extent of Jamie’s loo roll woes in the full interview here:READ MORE:
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