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And Deutsche Telekom's happy with this airborne base station plan A British startup is hoping to strap 5G antennas to liquid-hydrogen-powered high-altitude pseudo-satellites in the hope of replacing mobile base stations on the ground.…
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Listeria can cause symptoms such as fever and nausea in healthy people and more serious infections in those with weakened immune systems.
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Some people connected racially tinged incidents to a rigid, traditional culture that included strict check-in times and all-male retreats.
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Valuation of telecommunications gear maker Huawei shrank by RMB 100 billion from last year because of US sanctions, according to Hurun.
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Local oil major PTTOR led the round, with Durbell and Krungsri Finnovate also participating.
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This week in Android: Amazon Prime Day sales begin, Pixel 5 giveaway, Mi 10T Pro review and more.
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Get power wherever you are with a portable generator that runs on batteries.
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Xbox fans, move along. These principles don't apply to console-jockeys In a vague swipe at the likes of Apple, Microsoft has declared its 10 app store principles. Surprisingly "please, please use our store" isn't one of them.…
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Based on Tom Wolfe's book, it's better than Apple's For All Mankind.
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The realme 7 Pro offers incredible battery power, while the realme 7 brings amazing gaming for a mid-range price
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New York’s iconic Regal Cinema on 42nd St. The second largest cinema chain in the US is temporarily closing its doors nationwide. Cineworld, parent company of Regal, announced that it will be suspending operations of its 536 Regal theaters as of Thursday, October 8. The suspension also affects 127 Cineworld and Picturehouse cinemas in the UK. Cineworld had only just reopened theaters in August. The closures will impact approximately 40,000 employees across the US, the company announced. It also affects 5,500 employees in the UK, The Guardian reports. Today’s announcement follows news over the weekend that the release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, has again been pushed back to April 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. Theaters were counting on the latest 007... Continue reading…
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OotBox tiny offices are delivered by truck, and just need to be plugged into a standard outlet for full functionality.
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Image: Google Google’s $799 Pixel 4 had built-in radar. The new $699 Pixel 5 does not — it ditches the sensor-laden forehead of its predecessor entirely in favor of thinner bezels and a hole-punch camera, like the $349 Pixel 4a before it. The result is more screen, but Google’s “Motion Sense” gestures and its answer to Apple’s Face ID are totally gone. But Google hardware boss Rick Osterloh tells The Verge that the Project Soli radar and gestures will return. “They’ll be used in the future,” he says. They were just too expensive for the phone that Google wanted to build this time. (He didn’t say whether they’d appear in a new phone, specifically; a recent FCC filing suggests they might come to a new Nest thermostat as well.) And let’s not get started... Continue reading…
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Trump's first commissioner, and six others, suggest he's manipulating the FDA and undermining trust in any future coronavirus vaccine.
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Say goodbye to keyboard clicks, slamming doors and construction noise if you use Google Meet to connect.
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If you don't have a green thumb or are looking for a no-maintenance way to bring nature into your space, it's time to embrace artificial plants.
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The brand-new terminal comes at a $4.1 billion cost and uses immersive artwork to welcome passengers to Salt Lake City and the Mountain West.
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Judging by the new data published on the web, fans of Apple smartphones will have to pay a lot to join the 5G club. The ... The post iPhone 12 mini will not support 5G networks and will cost around $700 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Around 1,700 students in Manchester have been ordered to self-isolate after 127 of them tested positive for coronavirus.Hundreds of students at the Birley campus and Cambridge Halls at Manchester Metropolitan University have been told to stay in their rooms for 14 days, even if they have no symptoms.The rate of Covid-19 spread in Manchester was 185.6 per 100,000 people in the week up to September 22, when 1,026 positive tests were recorded, figures show.This was almost twice the rate of the previous week when the infection rate was 93.2 per 100,000, with 515 cases.The news comes after all students in Scotland were told to avoid pubs as part of efforts to prevent outbreaks in university campuses from spreading into the wider population.Hundreds of students are self-isolating after outbreaks of the virus at Glasgow, Edinburgh Napier and other universities.Manchester Met first-year student Joe Barnes told BBC Breakfast: “It’s left morale at my flat pretty low to be fair because to put it into perspective we have just had what should have been our freshers’ week.“We should have been going out making the most of it and now we are stuck inside for another two weeks after isolating for a week already because a couple of people in our flat have caught the virus. So we don’t see the end of it.“For this two-week period we have had the announcement all our lessons will be online, so theoretically I could go home and study but for me that sort of defeats the point of coming to uni at all. I have not only just come for my studies, I have come to meet new people and enjoy the experience.”The University and College Union has described the Manchester incident as “the latest catastrophe in a week where wholly predictable – and predicted – Covid outbreaks have caused havoc on campuses across the UK”.General secretary Jo Grady said: “We warned last month of the problems with moving thousands of students across the country and the time has come for urgent action from ministers and universities to protect staff and students.“Manchester Metropolitan University shifting teaching online only for foundation and first year students exposes the total absurdity of the current position of trying to continue with blended learning.”In an interview with The Guardian, Grady urged university leaders to drop face-to-face classes until the government improves its test-and-trace system.She told the paper: “If [vice-chancellors] don’t do something now, all their efforts will be undone in a few weeks because the number of infections will be so high, or there is an urgency about this that didn’t exist a month ago, because we are seeing infection rates rising and there is the danger that students are just becoming incubators.“But until there is an effective, UK-wide test-and-trace programme, there are going to be cases everywhere.”Councillor Bev Craig, executive member for adult health and wellbeing for Manchester City Council, said: “This is obviously very difficult for all of the young people involved and we will be working with the university and other public services to make sure that any of the students affected get the support they need.“Students are a vital part of our city, and as part of our plans we expected that numbers could rise as they returned to the city.”Related... I Knew Uni Would Be Different. But I Wasn’t Prepared For This St Andrews University Students Asked To Go Into 'Voluntary Weekend Lockdown'
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Justice Department filed its opposition Friday to TikTok’s request for an injunction against the Trump administration’s looming ban of the app, and the agency pulled no punches. The DOJ says blocking the the ban would “infringe on the President’s authority to block business-to-business economic transactions with a foreign entity in the midst of a declared national-security emergency.” The DOJ also alleges that the CEO of TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, Zhang Yiming, is a “mouthpiece” for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and is “committed to promoting the CCP’s agenda and messaging.” Large chunks of the DOJ filing are redacted Large chunks of the DOJ filing are redacted, including a section detailing where the DOJ claims TikTok... Continue reading…
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