Your list is only as good as the number of real people on it.
Passionate collectors told Insider that streaming movies lack things like quality and nostalgic appeal that comes with physical copies.
This is adapted from Plugged In, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter on gear and gadgets. Subscribe to it here. Uh oh, watch out: Plugged In has just slid into the lobby all naked and greased up. Let’s move on from that childish image and kick off today’s lecture with a boring, grown-up statement: technology is only as good as its implementation. Take phones, for example. You can have the most delicious and crisp display on a device, but if it cracks easily, then it’s bad implementation. The industry is filled with examples of this. Just think about Samsung’s foldables or Apple’s butterfly keyboard. And that’s just the hardware. Think of all the awful…This story continues at The Next Web
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Among others, the six-month and three-month tenor MCLRs have also been slashed by 0.05% each to 7.20% and 7.10%, respectively
(City University of Hong Kong) It is generally agreed that sperms 'swim' by beating or rotating their soft tails. However, a research team led by scientists from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has discovered that ray sperms move by rotating both the tail and the head. The team further investigated the motion pattern and demonstrated it with a robot. Their study has expanded the knowledge on the microorganisms' motion and provided inspiration for robot engineering design.
After being a no-show at WWDC, Apple's AR headset is reportedly delayed till the second quarter of 2022.
The Zhurong rover is a tiny speck against the wide landscape of Mars.
The probe by two Senate committees "uncovered a number of intelligence and security failures" that "allowed for the breach of the Capitol."
Over the past six years, quantum science has noticeably shifted, from the domain of physicists concerned with learning about the universe on extremely small scales, to a source of new technologies we all might use for practical purposes. These technologies make use of quantum properties of single atoms or particles of light. They include sensors, communication networks, and computers. Quantum technologies are expected to impact many aspects of our society, including health care, financial services, defence, weather modelling, and cyber security. Clearly, they promise exciting benefits. Yet the history of technology development shows we cannot simply assume new tools and…This story continues at The Next Web
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Bank of India's domestic advances grew 1.31% to ₹3,62,361 crore and deposits rose 14.22% to ₹5,51,135 crore
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Josh Mandel has sought to portray himself as the most far-right candidate in the GOP primary for Sen. Rob Portman's seat.
Very big news today coming out of Europe in the world of e-commerce. Etsy, the New York-based marketplace where crafty creators and those interested in their styles can discover and buy those goods, today announced that it is acquiring Depop, a London-based marketplace targeting millennial and Gen-Z consumers with a new take on social shopping. […]
The state is giving away five hunting rifles and five shotguns through a lottery for those who have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.
Over 100 top scholars of democracy said recent Republican actions have called into question whether the US will "remain a democracy."
Krispy Kreme has given out free doughnuts to vaccinated customers since March, and other companies launched their own offers.
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