Joel Schroeder

Joel Schroeder

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A restock for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S hit GameStop this afternoon in multiple formats. Online sales appeared for the Xbox Series S and White Controller System Bundle for $425. An Xbox Series X Madden NFL 21 and Black Controller System Bundle was released as well, for a cool $695. If you’re looking for an Xbox Series S … Continue reading
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A week ago, Nintendo hosted a new Direct in which one of the main announcements was the next DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As it turns out, the next DLC character is actually two fighters in one: Pyra and Mythra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. While the introduction trailer gave us a taste of what Pyra and Mythra can … Continue reading
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TLDR: The Complete Android 11 Developer Bundle is an 11-course package of training to help users learn everything they need to know to build a killer Android app from scratch. If you thought the world was crazy for apps before a global pandemic, you should take a look at the numbers now. 2020 pushed app downloads through the roof, with 2.5 million apps available on the Google Play Store.  Coming up with the killer app idea that’s ready to take the world by storm is great, but without the ability to make that idea a reality, it’s just a great… This story continues at The Next Web
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WordPress 5.6.2 update safely rolls out with a fix for a bug introduced by the previous update. Publishers are encouraged to update.The post WordPress 5.6.2 Update is Largely Successful via @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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(Ritsumeikan University) Photochromic materials can reversibly change their color and optical properties when irradiated with ultraviolet or visible light. However, they are made from organic compounds that are expensive to synthesize. Fortunately, for the first time, scientists from Ritsumeikan University, Japan, have discovered fast-switching photochromism in an inexpensive inorganic material: copper-doped zinc sulfide nanocrystals. Their results pave the way for a plethora of potential applications ranging from smart adaptive windows and sunglasses to anti-counterfeiting agents.
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"America hasn't stopped taxing its wealthiest citizens entirely," authors Bob Lord and Chuck Collins write, "But that's where we're headed."
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While Sen. Ted Cruz made a politically disastrous trip to Cancun, prominent Democrats focused on relief efforts for vulnerable Texans.
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The science mission will launch the first drone to fly on another planet, attempt making oxygen in space, and search for signs of ancient life.
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Dropbox is a cloud-based storage service featuring several plans that let you save files and sync them for easy sharing.
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Now available for pre-order at select stores, the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 is not only cheaper than the original, but also offers up to $50 in savings.
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Tuesday's announcement comes on the heels of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for a "9/11-type" investigation into the origins of the insurrection.
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The Garmin Enduro seems designed for long-distance runners, with loads of features to keep you on track, but it's pricey
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In Bowser's Fury, Bowser interrupts your game seemingly at any time, making it harder to make progress. Here's how to get rid of Bowser in Mario's latest game.
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Seven people who attended a nurse's funeral later came down with diarrhea, vomiting, and bleeding. Now Guinea has confirmed a new Ebola outbreak.
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China’s Tianwen-1 probe has beamed back new video of its orbit around Mars, ahead of what’s going to be a relatively busy few months of space traffic around the red planet. The video, released by the China National Space Administration (CNSA), follows the probe’s first photo of Mars which was shared earlier this month, after it completed its roughly seven … Continue reading
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Loujain al-Hathloul, one of Saudi Arabia's most prominent detainees, was freed Wednesday after 1,000 days in jail. Her family thanked Biden directly.
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(University of Southampton) Researchers in Southampton and San Francisco have developed the first compact 3D LiDAR imaging system that can match and exceed the performance and accuracy of most advanced, mechanical systems currently used.
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Redmond says it used forensics to find files on its own gear... rather than avail itself of deals for rivals Intel has accused a former staffer of not only leaving the manufacturer with a trove of confidential documents but also trying to use the information they contained to help Microsoft.…
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Illustrations by Alex Castro / The Verge Robinhood has finally lifted all the restrictions on WallStreetBets-fueled stocks like GameStop and AMC, according to a report on Friday from Reuters. The company currently lists no limits on its support document entitled “Changes due to ongoing market volatility,” whereas last week, there were 50-plus companies included on the list. Robinhood’s decision to restrict buying certain stocks caused a firestorm of controversy, leading to harsh condemnations from major public figures and politicians and the app being review-bombed on both Android and iOS. For its part, Robinhood said it wasn’t shutting trades down on a matter of principle or due to any shady deals with hedge funds, but because it simply didn’t have enough cash to meet its... Continue reading…
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Today Apple delivered the iOS 14.5 public beta for the masses. This is the latest version of iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system made specifically for iPhone devices. Perhaps the most noteworthy addition this update adds is an opt-in to a Face ID unlock with a partially-obscured face – for people wearing a face mask. If you’ve downloaded the iOS 14.5 … Continue reading
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