Elizabeth Tinnin

Elizabeth Tinnin

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18GB of Dutch fishing supplier's data left in unsecured server Dutch fishing supply specialist Raven Hengelsport left details of around 246,000 customers visible to anyone on a misconfigured Microsoft Azure cloud server for months.…
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The PS5 will be in stock soon at Target, and we're here to detail what time to buy the Sony console. Here's the latest news.
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Teams users can now protect themselves from phishing attacks by using Defender for Office 365's Safe Links feature.
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A gang of mini Stay-Puft marshmallow men in a Walmart steals the show.
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India should accelerate decommissioning of 30 gigawatts of inefficient coal-fired capacity, and set aside another 20 gigawatts of plants as reserve, an exercise that will lead to monetary savings as well reduce pollution, the study says
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For almost as long as there have been Pokemon video games, there’s been a Pokemon TV show. In fact, the Pokemon anime series debuted in the United States a few weeks before the first Pokemon games launched here, so as far as we Americans are concerned, the Pokemon TV show even predates the games. There have been quite a few … Continue reading
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The book gives key advice on how to improve your personal finances, how to learn to invest and save, and how to make better financial choices.
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Sony accidentally leaked its PlayStation Plus game lineup for August 2021, and though the company has already deleted its premature posting, the Internet managed to grab all of the details. The lineup includes three games, according to the leak, only one of which is notable…and it involves cartoon zombies. Every month, Sony offers a few games for free, but only … Continue reading
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The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea In collaboration with the United States Navy’s Underwater Archaeology Branch, I taught a computer how to recognize shipwrecks on the ocean floor from scans taken by aircraft and ships on the surface. The computer model we created is 92% accurate in finding known shipwrecks. The project focused on the coasts of the mainland U.S. and Puerto Rico. It is now ready to be used to find unknown or unmapped shipwrecks. The first step in creating the shipwreck model was to teach the computer what a shipwreck…This story continues at The Next Web
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Apple has finally brought Android phones into the lossless and spatial audio world for Apple Music, but only select handsets will get both features.
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Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack may be one of the more controversial accessories the company has launched in recent memory, but that doesn’t mean there’s not a lot going on inside the magnetically attached power pack as a new teardown makes clear. Quietly added to the Apple Store shelves earlier this month, the battery clings to the rear of your iPhone … Continue reading
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Multibagger stocks 2021: As per the Jindal Stainless share price history, this Jindal group stock has shot up around 13 per cent in the last 5 trade session by rising from ₹125.65 to ₹141.40 per stock mark (at 1:18 PM today)
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Visibly frustrated, Republican Gov. Kay Ivey said the burden for overcoming the Delta variant rested with her state's unvaccinated population.
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(Flinders University) After gaining world attention by 'unboiling' egg protein, Flinders University scientists have now used an Australian-made novel thin film microfluidic device to manipulate Beta-lactoglobulin (β-lactoglobulin), the major whey protein in cow's, sheep's and other mammals.In the latest application, published in Molecules, College of Science and Engineering experts have combined the capabilities of the VFD with a new form of biosensor called TPE-MI, which is an aggregation-induced emission luminogen (AIEgen).
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The CDC says vaccinated Americans don't need masks, unless on public transport - but Fauci says people may "consider" them because of Delta.
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Creating your own AR face filter is a lot easier than you think.
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The system called AMLEX will allow synchronized flow of oxygen with inhalation and exhalation of a patient
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Asus There are a number of excellent Chromebooks out there, but the race to make the one true successor to Google’s $999 Pixelbook is still very much on. Asus is throwing its hat into the ring with two new releases: the Chromebook CX9 and the Chromebook Flip CX5. Both new Chromebooks meet US MIL-STD 810H standards, the company says, meaning they’ve undergone various tests for pressure, shock, drop, and more. Both can also be configured with up to an Intel Core i7 processor with Iris Xe graphics (which will be overkill for all but the most particular of users). The clamshell Chromebook CX9 comes with up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and a 550-nit UHD touchscreen. (There are FHD touch and non-touch options as well). Asus claims 14 hours... Continue reading…
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The latest round includes a primary capital infusion of $105 million and a secondary share sale worth $3 million, by select angels and early-stage investors
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Hubble has been conducting revolutionary science for 30 years, but its age is starting to catch up to it. For now, NASA can use backup hardware.
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