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iPad Pros get Apple's best SoC, with a mini-LED display for the 12.9-inch version.
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Two men died on Saturday night outside of Houston, Texas when their 2019 Tesla Model S failed to negotiate a curve at high speed.
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Apps that generate fake one-time emails can create just one more disruption to publisher first-party data and identity goals. The post Why temporary email apps could disrupt identity tech and publishers’ first-party data strategies  appeared first on Digiday.
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Italian chemists successfully tested their hydrogels on actual street art in Florence.
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Seems like if the Cybertruck was coming this year, we'd have a better answer from Musk.
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These laptops from Lenovo and Acer punch well above their weight. Plus: A 34-inch curved gaming monitor for $30 off.
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A good dog shampoo is important for grooming your pet. We researched the best dog shampoo for fleas & ticks, puppies, adult dogs & sensitive skin.
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At the peak of their collaboration, there were about 1,000 McDonald's in-store restaurants within Walmarts around the U.S., but that number was gradually reduced to roughly 500 as of the beginning of 2020, according to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal. Top line McDonald's first announced it would accelerate restaurant closings in July...
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Yesterday, Sony confirmed a new software update for the PlayStation 5, touting that it would be the first major system software the console has received. Indeed, the update did seem to have the patch notes to support such a claim, with Sony revealing that the update would ship with support for USB storage and a bunch of new social features. … Continue reading
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Valve graphics bug could let hackers take over your PC via Steam, researcher finds.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Atlanta-based firm is the behind-the-scenes operator of Apple’s trade-in program, and its online reputation raises questions Continue reading…
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The path ahead for Democrats on upwards of $3 trillion of infrastructure spending looks different from the one that produced a $1.9 trillion stimulus.
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The global chip shortage has slowed the production of critical tech and could be a national security issue. Experts say it will continue in 2021.
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Scientists across Africa are collaborating to track them down.
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The broadband industry, including the big cable and telecom companies, do not like what they see.
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Plus, Google updates Merchant Center product data specifications Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
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Psychologists explain the very real impacts the trial is having on many Black professionals right now, whether it's anxiety or reliving past trauma.
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The top finance stories for April 7, including the latest news on Intel and Nasdaq teaming on cutting-edge encryption tech.
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Researchers at the ALPHA collaboration at CERN have for the first time succeeded in cooling down antihydrogen atoms using laser light. Antihydrogen is the simplest form of atomic antimatter, and the technique known as laser cooling was first demonstrated four decades ago on normal matter. Laser cooling is commonly used in many research fields. The first application of laser cooling … Continue reading
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