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There are plenty of other cameras to use for still selfies, though.
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His lawyer told Reuters of the diagnosis weeks after Jacob Chansley was ordered to undergo a mental evaluation.
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A Chinese satellite designed to monitor carbon output around the globe has created what the researchers say is the first global carbon flux map. The satellite is called Tansat and has found that the global net carbon is six gigatons. To put that in perspective, six gigatons is roughly 12 times the mass of all living humans. Researchers say that … Continue reading
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The global pandemic has made clear that remote work can increase productivity, boost engagement and lower costs. But the transition to hybrid work not without risk.
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Twitter Inc gained 1.3% after it reported higher quarterly revenue growth, while Snapchat-owner Snap Inc surged 22.9% on beating estimates for user growth and revenue
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Volkswagen has announced an India 2.0 strategy wherein the company would launch new products under the Skoda and Volkswagen brand with enhanced level of localization
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Donald Trump's longtime friend was arrested Tuesday on charges of trying to influence US foreign policy on behalf of the United Arab Emirates.
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Wipro has launched Wipro FullStride Cloud Services which brings together the full portfolio of Wipro’s cloud-related capabilities, offerings and talent
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Adobe’s Premiere Pro app now runs natively on Apple’s M1 Macs. The wait has been worth it, with speed improvements across the board compared to Intel Macs.
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TLDR: All 10 of these drones can deliver fantastic aerial footage — and all 10 are now on sale at up to more than 60 percent off. Anybody can take a selfie. Especially while you’re out exploring on a huge summer excursion, a simple selfie is played out. Heck, your mom is probably taking selfies on social. Instead, you can completely revolutionize your photo game by taking selfies — and some of the most beautiful nature shots you’ve ever seen — by going skyward and using a drone to serve as your personal photographer. Right now, you can choose from…This story continues at The Next Web
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Joined by his brother and two other passengers, Bezos will launch from West Texas to just past the boundary separating Earth and space.
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Nintendo is taking Twitter to deny a report that was published last week that claims its profit margin will increase on the Nintendo Switch featuring an OLED screen. The report claimed that Nintendo was increasing the profit margin of the new model, and Nintendo said it wanted to “ensure correct understanding” for its investors and customers that the claim was … Continue reading
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Efforts to make Caller ID more useful – and more trustworthy – aren’t stopping at the nationwide rollout of STIR/SHAKEN, with a new push to include company logos on your phone’s screen. Get ready to hear plenty from carriers about Rich Call Data (RCD), which combines Caller ID with anti-spoofing authentication to make it more obvious at a glance who’s … Continue reading
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The moon may look like a peaceful neighbour, but scientists are warning that it may be trying to kill us. “In the mid-2030s, every US coast will experience rapidly increasing high-tide floods, when a lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by climate change,” NASA warned in a new report. Thank the moon’s 18.6-year “wobble” cycle, which has been observed for some 300 years.When it wobbles one way, the high tides are lower. When it wobbles the other, however, the high tides are even higher, which could be especially destructive as sea levels rise. “We’re going to have sort of a double-whammy,” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) oceanographer William Sweet, one of the study’s authors, told The Washington Post. “It means that coastal communities – unless they adapt and fortify – are likely to expect even greater flooding than they might otherwise.”NOAA reported 600 floods caused by high tides along the East Coast and Gulf Coast in 2019 alone. The coming wobble could worsen that, leading to “dramatic increases in flood numbers” in coastal cities around the nation.“We’re getting closer and closer to the flooding thresholds or tipping point in these coastal locations,” NASA Sea Level Change Team leader Ben Hamlington told NPR. “The same variability in the past that didn’t cause flooding is now going to cause flooding.”There could even be “clusters” of floods, sometimes lasting a month or more, NASA said. Just one region may escape the threat – for now. “Only far northern coastlines, including Alaska’s, will be spared for another decade or longer because these land areas are rising due to long-term geological processes,” NASA said. Tidal floods involve less water than those caused by major weather events, such as storms, and are often taken less seriously as a result. “But if it floods 10 or 15 times a month, a business can’t keep operating with its parking lot underwater,” Phil Thompson, an assistant professor at the University of Hawaii and the lead author of the new study, said in a news release. “People lose their jobs because they can’t get to work. Seeping cesspools become a public health issue.”In response, NASA has created a “Sea Level Portal” to project what could happen in the future, which includes tools to anticipate flooding.
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Ubuntu snatches top spot in 2020 OpenStack User Survey Canonical is cock-a-hoop after Ubuntu snatched first place for OpenStack deployment from the CentOS Linux distribution – but according to some the victory might ring hollow.…
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Zero Motorcycles has been around for over a decade and in that time it’s consistently improved its fleet of electric bikes. With the new FXE, the northern California company has taken the thoroughly enjoyable FXS supermoto and transformed it into something a bit more futuristic looking with a new easier-to-parse display. The FXE likely isn’t […]
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Shared micromobility operator Veo has raised $16 million in new funding as the company ramps up its expansion plans in the United States. The Series A funding round, which follows permit awards in Santa Monica, San Diego and New York, will be used to expand Veo’s fleet and focus on developing city and community partnerships. […]
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Even though viruses attack harmful bacteria, the immune system attacks viruses.
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From Linksys Velop to ASUS RT-AX86U, these are the best wireless routers we've seen.
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The Biden administration just introduced a sweeping, ambitious plan to forcibly inject competition into some consolidated sectors of the American economy — the tech sector prominent among them — through executive action. “Today President Biden is taking decisive action to reduce the trend of corporate consolidation, increase competition, and deliver concrete benefits to America’s consumers, […]
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