Alberto Mcgovern

Alberto Mcgovern

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Trumpists have weaponized a new technique to win the ideological war. How pro-democracy voices respond to it matters.
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The Max 10 will be the first 737 model to take its maiden flight since US regulators cleared the jets to re-enter the market in November
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Borrow interest-free from your own insurance policy instead of a bank. Yep, that's a thing. Could it work for you?
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"Insider trading is part of my investment strategy," one defendant boasted on an internet message board.
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On June 7, Apple announced updates to its key software platforms. The company talked about a lot of serious innovations, but a number of interesting ... The post Apple iPadOS 15 has received support for Windows NTFS file system appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Skeletons from 14th and 15th centuries had higher rate of bunions than earlier remains
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Dell does gaming PCs, and if you have space for one, this is a great deal to game on your terms.
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The e-commerce giant said Sunday that it is testing and developing new technologies in an effort to make handling packages safer for employees.
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A small number of folks have been hit by a weird error which means they can’t play games.
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Image: 3D Robotics Kitty Hawk, the air taxi company backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, is buying what’s left of one-time DJI competitor 3D Robotics. As part of the acquisition, 3D Robotics co-founder Chris Anderson will become Kitty Hawk’s chief operating officer. The acquisition was first reported by Forbes, which published a detailed look at the current state of Kitty Hawk and its new focus on developing a remote-piloted electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft on Friday. Anderson will serve under CEO Sebastian Thrun, a former Google executive who founded the company’s self-driving car project (before it became standalone company Waymo) and launched its famous “X” moonshot division. Kitty Hawk is shifting its focus after recent... Continue reading…
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Wall Street values software maker primarily for its cryptocurrency holdings just as business is improving
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Grab is working with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to get pre-clearance of certain accounting policies and financial disclosures.
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The next Battlefield is coming this fall — and it appears to be bringing plenty of mayhem. At an event today, EA revealed Battlefield 2042, the latest entry in Dice’s long-running shooter series, for the Xbox One, Series X, PS4, PS5, and PC through Origin, Steam, and the Epic Game Store. Among other changes to the formula, the game will introduce new tornadoes that move around the map, wingsuits so players can fly around, and weapons that can be customized on the fly. Despite being a series primarily known for ridiculous action set pieces, the upcoming near-future title has a very serious premise. Here’s the world that the game takes place in, according to EA: In Battlefield 2042, the world is on the brink. Shortages of food, energy and... Continue reading…
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Instagram is working to make its platform more attractive to creators with merchandise and has waived creator fees until 2023. The post Cheat Sheet: Instagram looks to attract creators with more shopping tools and testing native affiliates appeared first on Digiday.
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(Duke University) Engineers at Duke University have demonstrated a prototype X-ray scanning machine that reveals not just the shape of an object but its molecular composition. With unprecedented resolution and accuracy, the technology could revolutionize a wide range of fields such as cancer surgery, pathology, drug inspection and geology.
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The conference semifinals continue today and you don't need cable to watch.
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Sometime around Halloween 2012, a Houston woman named Helen Arnold set out to buy a shark costume for her dog, a pit bull named Sharkey. When she could find only a small-sized outfit, Arnold decided to let her cat Max wear it instead. Max, as things turned out, not only tolerated being dressed as a...
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Tom ‘The Tech Chap’ Honeyands is an award-winning YouTuber with over 1 million subscribers. We take a peek inside his home to see how super reliable, Sky Broadband Superfast fuels his passion for tech (and love of coffee)Running one of the UK’s top tech YouTube channels and becoming a trusted resource for everyone in need of a gadget guarantees your pad is kitted out with all the latest tech toys. In the case of Tom ‘The Tech Chap’ Honeyands, his home even boasts a dedicated gaming room and film studio, which is why we couldn’t wait to get a tour inside.With over 1 million dedicated subscribers, Honeyands is the go-to guy for tech advice, whether you’re looking to upgrade your gaming PC, need to decide which brand of new laptop to purchase or are keen to kit yourself out with the latest smartphone. No surprise then that his home is a gadget-lover’s paradise, powered by one thing: super reliable, Sky Broadband Superfast. Honeyands hosted HuffPost UK on a tour of his home, where he showcased his amazing set-up. He’s got all the gear to produce award-winning content to captivate his audience, including a 77-inch OLED TV, a home gaming set-up which includes an ultra-wide monitor, high-end graphics card, tons of RAM and a high-end processor and even his own film studio, complete with the latest in cameras and lighting.“I’ve spent years optimising this. I use this to upload, download, make my videos, share my content,” he says of his dedicated film space.Connected appliances which depend on super reliable, Sky Broadband Superfast to work efficiently and effectively, showcase Honeyands’ passion for gadgets. He has it all: lights that change with the sound of his voice, a coffee machine that starts brewing his first oat milk flat white while he’s still in bed, smart fans, robot vacuums and more. “Even my robot vacuum cleaner is connected to the home broadband, literally everything is,” he says. “I’m a tech YouTuber so I’ve got like a billion smart connected devices which are all tied together through the broadband.”Honeyands’ love and expertise of all things tech and gadget-based is a passion that’s led to a profitable career, and one he’s being recognised for. Watch the video to see him proudly showing off his gold YouTube Creators Play Button award. Exploring new tech and gadgets is how Honeyands loves to spend his time, both personally and professionally. Unlikely as it sounds, reliable broadband played a role in his romantic life, too.“I met my wife through what I do now, through my YouTube channels. So if it wasn’t for the internet and my broadband, I guess we would never have met.”Watch the video above to see Tom’s impressive film studio, gaming set-up, connected devices and more.Whether you’re all about gaming, music or the latest tech, find out how super reliable Sky Broadband Superfast could help fuel your passions.
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Experts said digital has emerged stronger than ever before during the pandemic and is unlikely to go away any time soon, despite theatre owners urging filmmakers to release films for big screens to help in the recovery of the industry
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(University of South Australia) As Australia officially enters winter, UniSA ecologists are urging coastal communities to embrace all that the season brings, including the sometimes-unwelcome deposits of brown seaweed that can accumulate on the southern shores.
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