James Desmond

James Desmond

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Colonial Pipeline hopes to restore much of its service from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast by the end of the week.
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Stupid thing to do to the former boxing champ, but the memes and jokes are cap-tivating.
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Samsung Galaxy Quantum2 went official in South Korea. Thanks to its powerful specifications, Samsung fans were wondering if Quantum2 will be released globally or not. ... The post Samsung Galaxy A82 5G promo leaked, Highlights Good Battery Life appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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If you’re planning to reply “FUCK YOU!” or something similar to a tweet, Twitter will make you think twice — literally. Starting today, the social network company is rolling out new prompts that aim you to stop from posting mean replies. Twitter started this experiment last May with a limited set of users on iOS. Now it’s expanding to all users on Android and iOS. The company said that this will cover potentially harmful or offensive replies — such as insults, strong language, or hateful remarks — in English for now. If the app’s algorithm detects such a reply, it’ll ask the user to…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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Although the PlayStation 5 has broken a few records last month, Nintendo’s Switch still continues to hold a special place in the market and gamers’ hearts. That’s despite that admittedly aged hardware that shouldn’t be able to compete with heavyweights like the Xbox or PlayStation. Part of the Switch’s appeal is its portability and flexibility but another part is the … Continue reading
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Starship has an explosive flight record, but SpaceX may finally be mastering the spaceship's landing. That's crucial to making it reusable.
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Stellantis will no longer buy regulatory credits from Tesla, a big chunk of its income over the last couple years.
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Kore has over 20 years of experience managing digital businesses across banking, financial services and insurance and telecom
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My smartphone became a remote for my life post surgery - here's what that experience has taught me about technology.
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Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider dove into the field of vitamins and supplements in his first year as CEO in 2017 with the $2.3 billion acquisition of Atrium Innovations Inc.
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The International Space Station is getting so crowded, NASA astronauts are setting up a whole new design of temporary bed, and it looks likely to need the new system a lot more over the next few years. The Crew Alternate Sleep Accommodation, or CASA, arrived on the ISS earlier this month, with the recent SpaceX Crew-2 mission demonstrating just why … Continue reading
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In a defense of Rudy Giuliani following Wednesday's FBI raid, the Fox News host said "kiddie porn" on Hunter Biden's laptop was the real issue.
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Several platform owners and content creators have said while purchasing rights to document someone’s life or to a book on them may be expensive, the charm of real-life stories lies in their complex and layered structure
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Vivint likes to say that you shouldn’t “settle for half the picture,” which they back up with this doorbell.
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The Oscar nominee was immortalized as a nonfungible token. But not everyone liked the idea of the late actor showing up as art in nominee gift bags.
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'Way Day' is Wayfair's biggest sale of the year. From April 28 to 29, shop deals on mattresses, outdoor furniture, kitchen gear, lighting, and rugs.
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Toucan, a startup that helps users learn a new language while they browse the web, is announcing that it has raised an additional $4.5 million in seed funding. As I wrote last fall, the Santa Monica, Calif.-based startup has built a Chrome extension that scans the text of whatever website you’re reading and translates select […]
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Leaked images and benchmarks suggest Apple is testing a new graphics card for its high-end Mac Pro computer. This means we could see an updated version soon.
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The first payment was exclusively in crypto. Future payments will be in whatever combination of dollars and cryptocurrency Lawrence decides on.
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(Tokyo Institute of Technology) Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have pioneered a novel method for producing supramolecular protein assemblies from protein crystals. Their approach involves strategically introducing mutations in a protein monomer to create disulfide bonds (S-S) between the building blocks of protein crystals at very specific sites. After isolating the protein crystals from the cells and dissolving them, these bonds create uniform, stable filaments. Such protein assemblies could find applications in molecular storage, drug delivery, and catalysis.
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