Irene Diaz

Irene Diaz

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Sometimes all it takes is one feature to for an average set of true wireless earbuds stand out from the crowd.
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A September study out of China found few coronavirus patients wore glasses. More research is needed, but shielding your eyes seems to have benefits.
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"Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history," AG Barr said.
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(George Mason University) Sai Manoj Pudukotai Dinakarrao, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, is developing a technique to detect and defend against hardware Trojans (HT) in integrated circuits (ICs) by adapting techniques inspired by the human immune system and vaccination.
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Fasthosts made a mistake, this exhibit is closed The perilous state of the UK's internet space has been exposed once again, as the second largest seller of .uk domain names admitted last night it wrongly sold dozens of valuable internet addresses.…
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Fortnite is currently experiencing game-wide problems with logins, keeping some players from accessing their accounts. According to the game’s official status account, “Players who see a message saying ‘You do not have permission to play Fortnite’ or ‘Your account no longer has play access to Fortnite’ because of this issue are not banned from Fortnite.” Epic Games is currently investigating “issues related to kicks and logins.” The developer has promised updates when the issue is resolved. “As we work to resolve this issue, we have entered server downtime,” the developer said. wow rude pic.twitter.com/u7kos7n1xO— andrew webster (@A_Webster) September 14, 2020 Epic announced today that players can buy an X-Wing glider in-game, just... Continue reading…
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For quite some time now, Microsoft has been teasing the impending arrival of Destiny 2 on Xbox Game Pass. Destiny 2 was first announced for the service back in July, and earlier this month, it led Microsoft’s announcement of the games that will be coming to Game Pass in September. Even then, Microsoft only said Destiny 2 was “coming soon,” … Continue reading
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The ads, which were shown in South Africa, prompted widespread violent protests where people threw petrol bombs and lit fires to beauty stores.
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It's more than just an appearance package, and Lexus plans to build just 60 of them.
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A big box with an expensive price tag but is it worth it?
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The DEEQ CB01 is an oddly shaped personal computer.
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The Oppo Enco W51 TWS will be available on Amazon today. This is the company’s fourth TWS and the first with ANC.
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(University of Jyväskylä - Jyväskylän yliopisto) Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production sectors globally. Due to continuous growth, ecologically, economically and socially sustainable sites for aquaculture are already in use, which has caused a need for new fish farming techniques. Recirculating aquaculture systems, technology that recycles and saves water, has expanded in recent years. The operation and management of bioreactors has been one of the biggest issues, which microbiological processes were studied by M.Sc. Jani Pulkkinen in his dissertation.
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"The very pure and simple joy of hanging out with friends regularly has really grounded my sense of the passage of time during this s---storm."
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The new documentary about Russia's doomed canine cosmonaut hurts the soul—and turns the stomach.
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After the announcement of the flagship series Samsung Galaxy Note 20, information about the main devices of the Korean manufacturer of early 2021 – the ... The post Here are the battery specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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A new study has found evidence that eating a poor, unbalanced diet during pregnancy may end up ‘programming’ the mother’s offspring to overeat, putting them at risk of developing obesity later in life. The researchers focused on pregnant mice fed two different types of diets, including one that featured the same sort of fatty acid imbalance found in the typical … Continue reading
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Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is known for working with third-party manufacturers to release new products. These companies are part of its Mi ecological chain and ... The post Miwu Type-C 7-in-1 docking station adapter launched on Xiaomi Youpin appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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When Instagram was bought by Facebook in 2012, it only had 13 employees — including founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger.
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"A zero-interest rate policy and unlimited QE have no precedent, rendering valuation targets useless," Tony Dwyer said.
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Scientists long believed that biological clocks were predominantly driven by internal rhythms. Then came a fraught discovery—about mollusks and the moon.
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(University of Texas at Dallas) University of Texas at Dallas researchers and their international colleagues have developed a method to create micro LEDs that can be folded, twisted, cut and stuck to different surfaces.
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The new system of Raid Battles in Pokemon GO is here, and it’s very different from what’s come before! Per Niantic’s official update on the subject: there will no longer be 2-star or 4-star raids at all! All the 4-star tier raid Pokemon have been added to 3-star raids, and 2-star raid Pokemon have been moved down to the 1-star … Continue reading
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The gang over at Liberty Walk in Japan has turned their hand to the tiny little Japanese two-door kei convertible known as the Daihatsu Copen. The Daihatsu isn’t exactly known for raw speed but is known for its very impressive handling. Liberty Walk wanted to up the Copen’s style and give it a touch of Nissan GT-R. It rather looks … Continue reading
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Internal slack messages from challenger bank Monzo, seen by Business Insider, show that the startup is ending a pay freeze instigated during the coronavirus pandemic.  The pay freeze will end on 1 September for non-executive staff. Executives agreed to take a variety of pay cuts until next year and their situation is unchanged, Business Insider understands. The challenger bank laid off around 80 staff in June.  The message notes that despite the unfreezing, "We are not yet fully out of the woods yet."   Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Internal slack messages from UK challenger bank Monzo, seen by Business Insider, show the startup is ending a pay freeze brought in during the coronavirus pandemic.  The pay freeze will end on September 1. Monzo did not immediately respond to requests for comment.  The message notes that despite the unfreezing, "we are not yet fully out of the woods yet." Monzo went through a down round of funding in June and laid off around 80 staff the same month. The startup bank has since launched a premium service called Monzo Plus in a bid to diversify its revenue streams.  Monzo, founded in 2015, offers current accounts to more than 4 million customers. It provides a number of financial services to consumers, ranging from current accounts to saving pots and access to loans. The startup has predominantly relied on the wild popularity of its "hot coral" debit cards and easy-to-use app to win new customers, over conventional marketing. As the coronavirus crisis deepened, executives agreed to take a variety of paycuts until 2021 and their situation is unchanged, Business Insider understands. Monzo reported last week that its revenues doubled to £90 million ($118 million) in 2019 — but its losses ballooned to £115.4 million ($151 million), twice that of 2018. The company has warned that the pandemic is a threat to its business. The challenger bank's cofounder Tom Blomfield moved from CEO to president earlier this year and took a 100% salary reduction as part of the company's coronavirus measures.  Blomfield's old job has been taken up by TS Anil, the Visa veteran who joined Monzo as US CEO in February.  Other executive changes in 2020 include the departure of CTO Meri Williams, while former Deliveroo CTO and Blossom Capital VC Mike Hudack joined as chief product officer. Sujata Bhatia, a former American Express executive in Europe was brought in as new COO. The start of the year also saw Monzo cofounder Paul Rippon leave the company to spend his time farming alpacas. Early employee and VP of marketing Tristan Thomas is also leaving the fintech, TechCrunch reported. SEE ALSO: Buzzy challenger bank unicorn Monzo doubled losses in 2019 despite higher revenues, says COVID-19 pandemic is major threat Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' films like 'The Help' and 'Green Book' hurt Hollywood
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Photo by Phil Esposito / The Verge As the coronavirus pandemic has unfortunately carried on into the beginning of a new school year, many are having to turn their homes into classrooms. Whether conducting class sessions from home is new for you or not, these accessories can make schooling from home easier and, hopefully, a less frustrating experience. This guide is focused on the small gadgets and accessories that can make the moment-to-moment of each day go seamlessly. And their utility isn’t limited to just schooling. Most of these products will make life in general a little bit better, so your investment will likely pay off after school hours, too. Image: Rocketbook Rocketbook’s smart notebook can cut down on paper usage Having lots of paper around... Continue reading…
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Customer service startup SupportLogic just raised $12 million in a fundraising round backed by Sorenson Ventures and Sierra Ventures.  Founded in 2016, SupportLogic promises clients the "world's first intelligent support platform," using AI and natural language processing to extract data from customer queries. This can reduce churn, prevent complaint escalations, and help companies better understand customers' needs, SupportLogic claims. The customer experience industry is predicted to be worth close to $15 billion globally by 2025.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. SupportLogic, the San Jose-based startup trying to revolutionize customer service through AI, just raised $12 million in a Series A funding round backed by Sorenson Ventures and Sierra Ventures.  The firm promises clients the "world's first intelligent support platform," using AI and natural language processing to extract useful data from their online ticketing systems. This can reduce churn, prevent complaint escalations, and help companies better understand customers' needs, SupportLogic claims. SupportLogic says it has helped clients reduce operational costs by 35%, reduce escalations by up to 40%, and sped up the rate of customer queries being resolved by 25%. "Support datasets contain valuable insights about how customers feel about [companies'] products," said Krishna Raj Raja, founder and CEO of SupportLogic. "It's critical to extract signals from this dataset and foster collaboration between support, sales, customer success, and product teams."  Ken Elefant, managing partner at Sorenson, which led the round, said that the rise of subscription services means "churn and customer retention is a top priority for organizations." "SupportLogic's unique approach to this space and the technology they have built to extract signals from existing systems really excited us," he said. The customer experience industry is predicted to be worth close to $15 billion globally by 2025, according to research from analysts at Markets and Markets. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
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TIM is trumpeting its latest efforts to connect underserved areas to high-speed broadband, a move that could well allow it to retain control of its – and Italy's – fixed infrastructure.
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It’s sadly all-too-common to see people mocking women for how they sound instead of listening to their words.
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Considering a new thermostat? Find out which one you should buy.
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