"It's about making sure that, if a certificate gets into someone else's hands, it's not in someone else's hands for five years"
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Millions of broadband speed tests in 221 countries, commissioned by Cable.co.uk, have revealed that average UK download speeds are among the slowest in Europe.
A new line of leopard print skivvies features the imprisoned zookeeper's mug.
(NIH/National Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering) NIH today announced $129.3 million in scale-up and manufacturing support for a new set of COVID-19 testing technologies as part of its RADx initiative. NIH is awarding contracts to nine companies for technologies that include portable point-of-care tests for immediate results and high-throughput laboratories that can return results within 24 hours.
Asus has taken the wraps off its new ZenBook S, a slim ultrabook that can be equipped with up to Intel’s Core i7-1065G7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of fast PCIe-based storage. Asus gave its flagship laptop a glow-up in the screen department, going from a 16:9 aspect ratio in last year’s model to a taller 3:2 aspect ratio for this year’s 3300 x 2200 touchscreen. What’s more, the bezels surrounding it are thin, and the display is Pantone-validated with 100 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
The ZenBook S has plenty of other traits that might make it a worthy contender for your next laptop. It features two Thunderbolt 3 ports that can be used for fast data transfer, connecting to an external monitor, or charging its battery....
The upcoming Sony Xperia 5 II will be officially launched on September 17th, the confirmation comes from Sony themselves. The event will be held at ...
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Fans concerned about Robert Pattinson’s bladder can breathe a sigh of relief (and so can he, apparently), as it was revealed his new Batman suit was designed specifically so he can go to the toilet with ease.The British actor is set to take on the role of the caped crusader in the new film The Batman, the trailer for which debuted over the weekend.During a Q&A about the film, director Matt Reeves spoke about the functionality of the new Batman’s suit, pointing out that they’d taken one important pointer from Christian Bale, who played the Dark Knight in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy. Stressing how important it was that the outfit be “practical”, Matt said at the DC FanDome: “One of the things that’s really important is being able to work with the actors. Rob [Pattinson] had a very important part in designing the suit in that he had to be able to wear it, he had to be able to fight in it.“One of the things about this Batsuit is that it is very practical. The whole idea is that he’s made it himself. And so, we needed to be able to see how it would fit on him and all the ways he could move but also make it look like something that was still evolving.”When moderator Aisha Tyler questioned whether that meant the suit had pockets, Matt potentially ventured into TMI territory, revealing: “I will tell you this: One of the big things was that Rob actually talked to Christian Bale and [Christian] was like, ‘Just make sure you’re gonna be able to relieve yourself’.”We’re going to choose to believe that means “while wearing the suit” rather than “in the suit itself”, but then again maybe we’d rather not know the specifics.The trailer for The Batman has already sparked a lot of conversation, not just about Robert Pattinson’s emo-esque Bruce Wayne, but also the amazing transformation that Colin Farrell has undergone to portray The Penguin.The Batman is currently scheduled for release in October 2021.READ MORE:
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The Trump administration is further tightening restrictions on Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei, making it more difficult for the company to get chips for its devices. And a temporary general license that offered a reprieve for Huawei customers has now expired and won’t be extended, making it harder for older Huawei devices to receive Android updates from Google.
The US Commerce Department said on Monday that it will permit “ongoing security research critical to maintaining the integrity and reliability of existing and currently fully operational networks and equipment” by enacting a limited permanent authorization for Huawei entities. In addition to allowing Huawei devices sold before May 16th, 2019, get Android updates, the temporary...
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Some folks are getting seriously frustrated with the latest round of patches to be released for Microsoft’s OS.
(University of Maryland Baltimore County) Researchers at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and the University of California, Irvine (UCI) have collaborated to create a universal design schema for navigation technologies to better support people with disabilities in getting from place to place. For this study, researchers worked with technology users with a broad and diverse range of disabilities to find similarities and differences in their navigation preferences. They then used those findings to create a schema that can inform the design of future technologies.
Now that Microsoft has closed Mixer for good, its streamers have to decide once and for all where they’re going. Two of Mixer‘s biggest stars — who both used to be two of Twitch’s biggest stars — have returned to their former platform to much rejoicing. While Twitch may not have been a perfect home, this shows it’s still the biggest game in town. Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek both made surprise jumps to Mixer last year — Ninja in August, Shroud in October. At the time, it seemed like an almost inexplicable move, given how popular both were… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitch
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Google deleted more than 2,500 accounts with ties to China on its YouTube video platform between April and June, per a report from The Guardian.
The accounts were removed in an effort to combat the intentional spread of misinformation on the platform and as part of Google's "ongoing investigation into coordinated influence operations linked to China," according to a company blog post.
News of the removal comes as relations between China and the US grow increasingly tense, partly in regard to tech firms based in the Eastern nation.
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Google deleted 2,500 YouTube accounts with connections to China between April and June in an effort to combat the intentional spread of misinformation on the platform.
As The Guardian reported, the accounts that were removed typically posted "spammy, non-political content," but some channels did publish videos with political material. Google said they were removed "as part of our ongoing investigation into coordinated influence operations linked to China," according to a company blog post. More accounts were deleted as part of investigations into influence operations linked to other nations such as Russia.
News of the removal comes as relations between China and the US grow increasingly tense, partly in regard to tech firms based in the Eastern nation. US lawmakers say it could be dangerous for Chinese tech companies to hold American user data, which could be made accessible to the Chinese government.
The fate of TikTok, the popular video-sharing app with 100 million US users and owned by the Beijing-based ByteDance, currently hangs in the balance. Microsoft is currently in talks to acquire TikTok's US business, but if it doesn't negotiate an agreement with ByteDance by Sept. 15, the app will be banned, according to President Trump.
The fate of Chinese tech firms in the US is also uncertain. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday unveiled a US plan to block "untrusted" Chinese apps and more broadly crackdown on Chinese services in the US. The plan has been dubbed the "Clean Network" program.SEE ALSO: The untold story of Google's $1.65 billion acquisition of YouTube, from those who lived it
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