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In today’s turbulent times, manufacturing content marketers have done the big things to adapt in a COVID-19 world. Learn from CMI’s latest research what they’re doing differently, what’s kept pace, and what’s growing as you wrap up 2020 and prepare for 2021. Continue reading → The post Manufacturing Content Marketers Shift Gears in a COVID-19 World [New Research] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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We tested many popular drip machines from Oxo, Bunn, Ninja, Technivorm Moccamaster, KitchenAid, Bonavita and others. Here are our favorites.
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(Rice University) Rice University scientists advance their technique to make graphene from waste with a focus on plastic.
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Microsoft’s OS will look very different thanks to a project codenamed ‘Sun Valley’.
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Halloween is fast approaching, but you’ll probably have to postpone the parties this year and instead spend a lonesome evening at home with a bottle of scotch. Well, that’s my plan anyway. Still, the social restrictions don’t mean you can’t experiment with devilish new looks from the comfort of your home. Thanks to the magic of AI, you can now transform yourself — or anyone else whose picture you’ve purloined — into a revolting zombie. The app’s creator Jose Brown Kramer built the system by first transfer-learning a StyleGAN2 zombie generator. He then tweaked it to develop a hybrid model comprised… This story continues at The Next Web
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Early Walmart Black Friday deals include cheap 4K TVs starting at just $199.99.
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As the need for higher performance, reliability and data security continues to intensify for business communications and applications, enterprises are seeking new options for wireless connectivity that provide solutions that help overcome the limitations of their current networks and address future needs. LTE/5G private wireless networks play a crucial role in this effort and are […]
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Windows 10 users will soon be able to launch a Skype Meet Now video call right from their taskbar.
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Have you transfered your Destiny 2 account to Steam? You can no longer access Destiny 2 via Battle.net, so you’ll need to follow these steps to keep gaming.
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US futures edged lower after a top US official said Russia and Iran took "specific actions to influence public opinion" relating to the election.
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Large, four-engine planes such as the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 were on their way out, and the pandemic has only hastened their demise.
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Charles Nathanson believes many people will spend their savings on larger homes and spaces more suitable for remote work.
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It might be time to get yourself one of the best computers of 2020, handpicked by our PC experts.
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A Poco executive also reportedly said that its rebranding strategy is here to stay.
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US airlines last week began the process of furloughing over 32,000 workers, with tens of thousands more taking voluntary, unpaid leaves of absence.
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Tesco's convenience stores performed much better than larger stores during the pandemic as customers chose to shop closer to home.
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The built-in Windows 10 Reliability Monitor is an often-overlooked troubleshooting gem. It’s actually a specialized subset of Windows’ longstanding general-purpose Performance Monitor tool (perfmon.exe). But because Reliability Monitor zeros in and tracks a limited set of errors and changes on Windows desktops, it offers immediate value and diagnostic information to administrators and power users trying to puzzle their way through crashes, failures, hiccups and more.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
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In some places, efficient irrigation ain't enough to make the endeavor last.
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(University of Washington) A team led by the University of Washington reports that carefully constructed stacks of graphene -- a 2D form of carbon -- can exhibit highly correlated electron properties. The team also found evidence that this type of collective behavior likely relates to the emergence of exotic magnetic states.
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