Joel Schroeder

Joel Schroeder

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Five outlets, four USB ports and surge protection, all for the lowest price ever. Plus: A dedicated AirPods charging dock for $9.
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The Ahmedabad-based drugmaker had started the 28,000-participant phase 3 trial of its DNA plasmid vaccine in February
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Car batteries can lose their charge because of weather, age or simply because the lights were left on. Here are the best car battery chargers to get your vehicle started and back on the road.
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There are few apps that lock iPhone users into Apple’s ecosystem quite like iMessage. For us Android users, it can lead to a frustrating experience when trying to communicate without our iPhone-toting friends, often leading to lost messages and a lack of feature compatibility. As it turns out, in an alternate universe iMessage may have been available on Android years ago. As reported by The Verge, Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue tried to bring iMessage to Android as early as 2013. Unfortunately, other Apple execs, including Craig Federighi, didn’t like the idea. The news comes courtesy of the ever-so-juicy…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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Uber has said it will help donate 10 million rides to help people reach their Covid-19 vaccine appointments, enlisting film director Spike Lee to star in the awareness ad campaign. Created by R\GA, the "Vaccinate the Block" campaign features the iconic film director Spike Lee teaming up with photographer Tyler Mitchell. The campaign asks the...
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Zhao was the first woman of color nominated in the category, winning for the movie that also took home best picture.
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The film collected Rs6.5 crore in the second week after making over Rs103 crore in its opening week
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It’s routine when women are giving birth for epidural anesthesia to be administered. The epidurals are commonly given to help prevent pain during childbirth. A recent study refutes a previous study that claimed there was a link between epidural anesthesia and an increased risk for autism. Researchers on the new study found no link between epidural administration and an increased … Continue reading
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From controllers to headsets to storage, this list will help you build a better gaming experience.
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Square Enix has detailed its restoration plans for Outriders players affected by the inventory wipe bug.
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Depending on how you look at it, Facebook may have surpassed Google in being the poster child for harvesting personal data on the Internet. Considering how much of people’s online lives and information it has in its possession, the social media giant regularly gets pushed, mostly through laws and regulations, to take certain steps to secure and unlock users’ information. … Continue reading
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RBI’s net forward position stood at $47.38 billion in Jan and is likely to have increased in Feb
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This retro-modern reconstruction of the automaker's groundbreaking Pony small car is a futuristic blast from the not-too-distant past.
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Some hints of greater lethality and lowered immunity, but a lot of uncertainty.
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The company said a new air-conditioner line has already been set up at its existing factory in Shirwal, Maharashtra, with an investment of Rs50 crore
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Future Group and Amazon have been locked in a battle after the US-based company took FRL into the emergency arbitration over alleged breach of a contract between them
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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) said Monday night that its Ingenuity Mars helicopter was in need of a software update and that a new date for its historic flight would be announced next week.
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Last week, Office 365 and a host of other Microsoft services went down because of a DNS foul-up. Just yesterday, it was Google Docs going down for the count. And, in both cases, there were many cries of outrage from users.Enough, already.I know there's nothing new about Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) failures. They happen all the time. I just wrote about this very subject last month. But the latest failures hit home.To read this article in full, please click here
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Stock trading by retail investors has declined by 33% in April as COVID-19 vaccinations increase and more businesses reopen, says Goldman Sachs.
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Plus: A bad Zoom bug, a billion-dollar cocaine bust, and more of the week's top security news.
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