It would be nearly impossible for anyone to not know this was an election year at this point. Between the presidential debates and all the political ads running on TV, the election is difficult to escape. NASA astronaut Kate Rubins is encouraging people to vote by pointing out that she voted from space. A picture was posted to the NASA … Continue reading
It's possible to build a roller coaster as high as the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa. But it could seriously injure or kill riders.
Samsung starts rolling out a new firmware update to its Galaxy S20 FE smartphone. The update includes various optimizations along with the improvements in the ...
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Plus: Crowd-sourced data sniffer Ookla hits out at rivals' methodologies Crowd-sourced speed data wrangler Ookla has published its Q3 State of the Internet report, which highlights how UK fixed-line and cellular providers have fared in the months July to September.…
The Porsche Design Acer Book RS was revealed today with an extravagant industrial design and top-tier specs. This notebook works with a code name AP714-51 so as to avoid getting mixed up with similar Acer notebooks, and comes packed with a 14-inch 16:9 aspect ratio IPS touchscreen display. This device has Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), 340 nits … Continue reading
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Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg used Apple’s stage to let the world know that his company has switched on nationwide 5G. Vestberg joined Apple CEO Tim Cook during the announcement of the first 5G iPhones to mark this historic moment for both companies. Apple and Verizon claim to have worked closely together to ensure iPhone users... Read more »
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Investors looking for clear connections between the election and market performance cannot expect easy answers, she said.
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(University of California - San Francisco) A new study by University of California researchers shows the promise of high-throughput DNA-sequencing technologies to improve prenatal diagnosis and pregnancy outcomes for women who have experienced an abnormal prenatal ultrasound.
A teaser image (which we’ve brightened) shows the upcoming sneaker designs. | Image: Cole Haan
Shoemaker Cole Haan is collaborating with Slack, everyone’s favorite occasionally offline workplace messaging service on a new pair of limited-edition sneakers. The Slack-branded shoes are expected to be properly unveiled Wednesday when they’re set to “drop” (am I saying that right?). But for now Cole Haan has teased the designs in a dimly lit image posted to its social media channels.
I may live to regret saying this but... I actually don’t hate the look of them? Cole Haan is producing four different versions of the sneaker which each use one of Slack’s primary colors for their soles, and they all have small Slack logos on the heel cap. To be clear, I am absolutely not in the market for a pair of workplace-messaging-app-branded...
Countdown’s dictionary corner expert Susie Dent said she is “gutted” after her book was published with a series of typos. Susie’s book – ironically called Word Perfect – was released on Thursday, but it soon became apparent that an earlier, unedited version of the text had been printed. Susie tweeted: “Thank you to everyone for supporting my book. I’ve just discovered that the initial printing used a pre-edited text. I’m so sorry about this. I’ll be in touch as soon as I can with details on how we’re going to fix it.”The lexicographer later said she could “testify to the effectiveness of ‘lalochezia’”, which describes the use of swearing to alleviate stress and frustration.Thank you to everyone for supporting my book. I've just discovered that the initial printing used a pre-edited text. I'm so sorry about this. I'll be in touch as soon as I can with details on how we're going to fix it.— Susie Dent (@susie_dent) October 1, 2020Today I can testify to the effectiveness of 'lalochezia': the use of swearing to alleviate stress and frustration.— Susie Dent (@susie_dent) October 1, 2020As she replied to one reader who’d pointed out the errors in the book, Susie said: “I’m gutted obviously - and the replacement copy will definitely be free of charge. I’m so sorry for the palaver.”I'm gutted obviously - and the replacement copy will definitely be free of charge. I'm so sorry for the palaver.— Susie Dent (@susie_dent) October 1, 2020Her publisher John Murray Press also apologised, tweeting: “We’re very sorry that, due to a printing error, early copies of Word Perfect are not word perfect. We’re taking urgent steps to recall these copies, reprint and resolve this swiftly.”We’re very sorry that, due to a printing error, early copies of WORD PERFECT are not word perfect. We’re taking urgent steps to recall these copies, reprint and resolve this swiftly.— John Murray Press (@johnmurrays) October 1, 2020Susie, who has been a regular fixture on Countdown since 1992, later defended her publishers, tweeting: “In fairness to my publishers and printers, Covid has meant an extraordinary rush on pushing books through. The proof and typesetting errors were corrected but the wrong version printed; it wasn’t within my control but this year everything is out of whack.”She added: “In the last couple of days I’ve had ample proof of the loveliness of most people, who have given nothing but support and smiles over my book-printing brouhaha. I’m so grateful and looking forward to respair (a recovery from despair).”Thanks @The_CIEP. In fairness to my publishers and printers, Covid has meant an extraordinary rush on pushing books through. The proof and typesetting errors were corrected but the wrong version printed; it wasn't within my control but this year everything is out of whack. https://t.co/nmCrpVwtGd— Susie Dent (@susie_dent) October 2, 2020In the last couple of days I’ve had ample proof of the loveliness of most people, who have given nothing but support and smiles over my book-printing brouhaha. I’m so grateful and looking forward to respair (a recovery from despair).— Susie Dent (@susie_dent) October 2, 2020Speaking to The Times, Susie told of how she felt sick when she first noticed the errors. “I just opened it up and saw there was something wrong in the acknowledgments. And then I had to close it because I felt a bit sick,” she said.“There are quite a few errors. I haven’t counted them and I don’t really want to.”READ MORE:
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