A better-than-expected reading from the University of Michigan's sentiment index wasn't enough to keep tech giants from dragging the market lower.
(ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies) Adding calcium to graphene creates an extremely-promising superconductor, but where does the calcium go? In a new study, a Monash-led team has for the first time confirmed what actually happens to those calcium atoms. Surprising everyone, the calcium goes underneath both the upper graphene sheet and a lower 'buffer' sheet, 'floating' the graphene on a bed of calcium atoms.
This week Apple revealed that the release date for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 was… today. Today is the 16th of September, 2020, one day after an Apple event in which a new Apple Watch, Apple Watch SE, iPad, iPad Air, and a new Apple One subscription were revealed. Today you’ll be allowed to download iOS 14, the newest version … Continue reading
It only took five years Europe’s top court has decided that the continent’s network neutrality rules will stand, rejecting challenges from the telecoms industry.…
Update: We now know the US price and availability for the Moto One 5G.
Sky has stepped up its game to offer one of the best broadband and TV deals out there at just £37 a month.
The Envy 15 is HP's laptop aimed directly at creative professionals, and it enters the market against the excellent Dell XPS 15. Which is the better laptop?
Mick Mulvaney made an "urgent request" to Sen. Lindsey Graham to stop President Trump from ordering the strike but both men were unsuccessful.
At present, more African elephants are dying than being born. Over the last century, the world’s elephant population has declined 97% from trophy hunters, ruthless ivory mercenaries, and even terrorist groups. The Wildlife Conservation Society has pointed out that the global ivory trade leads to the death of up to 35,000 elephants a year in Africa. It’s easy to point a finger at China as the biggest market for poached ivory in the world, yet only five years ago more than a ton of confiscated ivory was crushed in New York’s Times Square by the Wildlife Conservation Society. To make… This story continues at The Next Web
(Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) Physicists have demonstrated new methods for controlling spin waves in nanostructured bismuth iron garnet films via short laser pulses. The solution has potential for applications in energy-efficient information transfer and spin-based quantum computing.
Viral and bacterial infections may trigger a series of changes in the body that pave the way for the eventual development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. The research builds upon previous evidence linking this type of dementia with inflammation, finding that such neuroinflammation can result when the immune system is triggered by the invading pathogens. Key to … Continue reading
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 is super tempting right now, but wait, more big things are around the corner.
After a few quiet months, the 007 marketing is once again ramping up.
A prominent tech YouTuber got their hands on an early model of the RTX 3080 with Nvidia's blessing, and put it through some light testing.
Daisy Buchanan is not allowed to drive it.
Zuckerberg said Kenosha Guard page was not picked up by moderators
With a 720p screen, that's going to last you a long time.
The webcast starts at 3 p.m. PT on Friday, August 28
Game developers use motion-capture tech to teach Cruise’s autonomous vehicles to understand gestures
YouTube says it took down a record number of videos in the second quarter of this year due to an increased use of AI in its content review efforts. In total, 10.85 million of the 11.4 million videos removed from the platform between April and June were flagged by automated systems, according to YouTube‘s latest Community Guidelines Enforcement Report. AI played an even bigger role in the removal of user comments. Of the 2.1 million comments taken down, 99.2% were detected by automated systems. In a blogpost, YouTube said it was forced to rely more heavily on AI due to the impact of COVID-19. [Read: 4 ridiculously… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: YouTube
Wedge-shaped fondleslab for fun projects, coders will need a keyboard, and you'll just have to ignore the fan Hands-on Sunfounder, based in Shenzhen, China, has released RasPad 3.0, a 10-inch, 1280-by-800 touchscreen for the Raspberry Pi 4, packaged in a wedge-shaped case with a battery that converts your Pi into a tablet computer.…
An FCC filing by Ring creates more questions than answers
In a couple of weeks from now, ZTE will unveil the Axon 20 5G as the world’s first commercially-available smartphone to debut with an in-display ...
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Social media sites are trying to stop the spread of Plandemic: Indoctornation, a follow-up to the Plandemic conspiracy video about the novel coronavirus. As NBC News reporter Brandy Zadrozny noted, Facebook blocks users from reposting a link to the new video, which was uploaded to an external site earlier today. Twitter doesn’t block the video link, but it sends users who click it to a warning screen, saying that the link is “potentially spammy or unsafe.”
Twitter confirmed to The Verge that it’s warning people rather than blocking the link; the company will evaluate any short clips that are directly uploaded on a case-by-case basis and may remove any that it deems dangerous misinformation. Streaming channel London Real, which posted the...
Google has published an open letter about a newly proposed government regulation that would compel it to pay media outlets for news content. Australians visiting their local Google homepage are presented with an ominous pop-up which warns that “the way Aussies use Google is at risk” and “their search experience will be hurt by new regulation.” It’s a bold lobbying move that puts Google’s arguments against the change in front of millions of Australians.
Australia’s consumer watchdog pushed back, saying the letter “contains misinformation,” adding that “a healthy news media sector is essential to a well-functioning democracy.”
Australia’s proposed News Media Bargaining Code law, which is currently in draft and targets Facebook alongside...
Japanese researchers discover Flabelligena Gillet while collecting specimens off the South Orkney Islands.
Facebook appears to flipping the switch on integrating the chat systems for Instagram and Messenger. On Friday evening, several editors at The Verge across the country — on both iOS and Android devices — noticed an update screen popped up in Instagram’s mobile app with the message “There’s a New Way to Message on Instagram” with a list of features including a “new colorful look for your chats,” more emoji reactions, swipe-to-reply, and the big one: “chat with friends who use Facebook.”
Once you hit update, the regular DM icon in the top right of Instagram is replaced by the Facebook Messenger logo. Chats on Instagram are indeed more colorful than before, with the sender’s messages shifting between blue and purple as you scroll. However,...
The legality of this project seems shakey and there are a lot of factors involved.
The agency says it can now obtain details including your phone's location history, social media information, and photos and videos.
2020 has been a rough year for some smartphone makers due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, after a tepid Q1 and a hard Q2, ...
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