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The firearms John M. Browning designed in the late 1800s and early 1900s helped define the US military, and many remain in use today.
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Arizona's GOP-led Senate commissioned a recount of 2020 election ballots in Maricopa County, claiming votes were stolen. It has been heavily ridiculed.
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An interactive Doodle tests the rhythm of your fingers against the backdrop of the iconic ballroom.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge More than 500 Amazon employees have signed an internal letter to Jeff Bezos and Andy Jassy calling for the company to acknowledge the plight of the Palestinian people. The move comes after Israeli airstrikes devastated Palestinians in Gaza, leaving 248 people dead. Hamas and Israel have since agreed to a ceasefire. “We ask Amazon leadership to acknowledge the continued assault upon Palestinians’ basic human rights under an illegal occupation... without using language that implies a power symmetry or situational equivalency, which minimizes and misrepresents the disruption, destruction, and death that has disproportionately been inflicted upon the Palestinians in recent days and over several decades,” employees wrote. “Amazon employs... Continue reading…
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Panasonic is upgrading its Micro Four Thirds camera line, with a new Lumix GH5 II revealed today and the first details of the upcoming flagship Lumix GH6 still in development. The new GH5 Mk 2 succeeds the original GH5, with broader video support and the promise of much improved live-streaming capabilities courtesy of a new engine. Panasonic Lumix GH5 II … Continue reading
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There have been mounting calls inside Japan, where only 3.5% of the population has been vaccinated, to postpone the Olympics.
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Brent crude oil futures for July rose $1.25, or 1.9%, to $67.69 a barrel by 0950 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate for July was at $64.73 a barrel, up $1.15, or 1.8%
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Samsung’s Smart Monitor range is expanding. The company’s line of Tizen-powered smart computer displays now includes a 43-inch 4K M7 model as well as a 24-inch 1080p M5, marking the biggest and smallest Smart Monitors to be made available to date. Samsung introduced the Smart Monitor last year and describes it as a “do-it-all” display designed for both work and entertainment. The screens have built-in speakers and smart TV functionality through Samsung’s Tizen platform, meaning you can run video apps like Netflix directly on the device, as well as remote desktop access and productivity software like Office 365. The Smart Monitors have a remote control that works with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Bixby, and there’s also wireless support... Continue reading…
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Facebook rolled out a free Covid-19 Announcements tool this week for eligible government pages in India and the U.S. Pages for state and local health departments and municipal governments in the U.S. can use the feature, as can those for state health departments in India. The feature is meant to draw attention to urgent posts...
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A push into the lucrative gaming market could help save Netflix from slowing subscriber growth numbers.
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French heavyweights stand between Tigers and a famous cup double - here's how to live stream Montpellier vs Leicester in the European Challenge Cup final today, no matter where you are.
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OnLeaks reveals screen sizes, wireless charging, and some camera details.
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Grab's delivery robots will consolidate orders from restaurants and then hand them off to delivery-partners at a central collection point.
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Apple aims to roll out software updates that will assist people with cognitive, vision, mobility, and hearing disabilities
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Google revealed a new way for Android to accompany the user with Material You. It was first shown at Google I/O 2021, and while it may look significantly different from what Android 11 brought to the table, it “never compromises on accessibility.” It basically takes the colors that work best for you, and incorporates said colors throughout your device. Google’s … Continue reading
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge It’s been over a year since Google last held I/O thanks to the pandemic, but with the COVID-19 outlook slightly more positive in 2021, the company is making its triumphant return to the (virtual) stage with an entirely online Google I/O developer conference. And with a year and some change between I/O 2019 and now, there’s plenty of room for interesting announcements when everything kicks off at 10AM PT (1PM ET) today. Android 12 is expected to make its official debut, with rumors swirling that the new update will shake up the visual style of the mobile operating system, among other improvements. We’re also hoping to hear more about a less expensive version of the Pixel Buds and maybe more information about the Pixel 5A, after both... Continue reading…
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The IRS, DOJ, and CFTC are looking at potential criminal violations.
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Welcome to Insider Cannabis, where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar cannabis boom.
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"Bitcoin mining could encourage investment in solar energy systems, enabling renewables to generate a higher percentage of grid power," Ark researchers said last month.
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App Store needs to be "a safe and trusted place", Apple says.
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