Keith Brewton

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Videos of the blast set off near USS Gerald R. Ford shows what the Navy put its new carrier through.
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June 19, known as Juneteenth, marks the end of slavery in the US. It is the first new federal holiday in decades.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is getting another major World Update today, and this time, the Nordic countries are the area of focus. World Update V: Nordics is going live today, improving the flying experience in five different countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Like the other World Updates that came before this one, Asobo Studio has made significant improvements to … Continue reading
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Thursday's GPS mission is a high priority for the Space Force.
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Fox Corp. CFO Steve Tomsic wasn't kidding when he remarked earlier this week this upfront "has been one for the ages." The company has completed what it calls its strongest upfront in decades, securing CPM (cost per thousand viewers reached) increases at the top end of the market--in the high teens and low 20s, according...
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The Tokyo-based LCD specialist expects its favored display technology to become the standard for VR because it can achieve higher resolution than OLED while keeping costs reasonable
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Snap Inc. surveyed Snapchatters in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the U.K. and the U.S. about how they celebrate inclusion and how they plan to incorporate Snapchat into their Pride Month activities. The camera company said three out of four respondents used the word "inclusive" to describe themselves and their friends, while...
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The network testing experts at Ookla have published an analysis of European mobile roaming speeds over a year defined by the COVID-19 pandemic. Existing vaccines are, fortunately, effective against the ‘Delta’ variant which is spreading rapidly in countries like the UK. However, the reduced efficacy – especially after just one dose – has already set... Read more » The post Ookla publishes analysis of European mobile roaming speeds over lockdown appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.
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(University of Surrey) Some of the world's most vulnerable cities suffer disproportionate economic losses because of the health consequences of in-car air pollution, finds a new study.
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A group of 200 startup founders, investors, associations and government members are backing a manifesto and a set of recommendations in order to create the next wave of tech giants in Europe. Today, French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an event in Paris with some of the members of this group called Scale-Up Europe. Companies, […]
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Commentary: Maybe news about new games is best seen on your personal screen.
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The FDA said Johnson & Johnson must throw out 60 million COVID-19 vaccine doses because of possible contamination.
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Siemens Gamesa’s hydrogen-producing wind turbine is an example of the innovative projects that will help give shape to the emerging clean-fuel market
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Dr. Anthony Fauci sometimes stays up late into the night reading and responding to his mountain of emails. He just "can't" delete them, he said.
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Before 2020 ended, TikTok’s fate in the US hung in the balance of a few court orders and the results of the elections. It was able to get a slight reprieve when the Biden administration took over, raising hopes it would finally be let off the hook. Part of that did come true when President Biden signed a new Executive … Continue reading
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An experienced writer himself, McConaughey produced a polished manuscript that all nonfiction writers can take a leaf out of to improve their own writing.
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Apple's upcoming developer conference, Trump stays banned from Facebook, and Apple employees protest returning to work.
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Since 2013, 180 of 400 travelers stopped by law enforcement in foreign airports on suspicion of carrying drugs were American citizens.
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The apex bank on Friday announced a slew of measures aimed at mitigating the pandemic’s impact, raising the aggregate debt threshold for struggling businesses
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A dad from Vietnam, Truong Van Dao, built his son an electric, kid-sized wooden Lamborghini Sian Roaster, fully capable of hitting the streets!  And it’s unbelievably cool! This ultra-cute Lamborghini is made of wood from discarded trees and has a small electric motor that enables it to reach 25km/h. It’s difficult to select the best of its extraordinary features, but here are my favorites: colorful speedometer screen display, LED lights, and even scissor doors. Yes, Lamborghini’s V12 trademark! It took Truong 65 days to complete his project before he took it for a ride with his son. You can check out…This story continues at The Next Web
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