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(KTH, Royal Institute of Technology) The promise of a quantum internet depends on the complexities of harnessing light to transmit quantum information over fiber optic networks. A potential step forward was reported today by researchers in Sweden who developed integrated chips that can generate light particles on demand and without the need for extreme refrigeration.
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Get inspired by Terminus’s twist on virtual event marketing, TeamUp’s pivot from the traditional business anniversary celebration, and the findings of Managing Editor’s 2021 report on content marketing careers. Continue reading → The post Your Content Inspiration of the Week: The Brash, a Bash, and Your Cash appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Demeo’s stripped back approach to tabletop RPGs is a match made in heaven for virtual reality.
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Invite-only social audio platform Clubhouse introduced the initial cohort in its Clubhouse Creator First accelerator program, which is aimed at helping creators do what they do best and providing them with the resources they need to thrive, including equipment, concept and creative development with the Clubhouse team and matching creators to relevant guests and talent....
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The target of the proposed scheme includes laptops, tablets, PCs and servers. Over the next four years, the scheme is expected to lead to a total production of about Rs 1.60 lakh crore.
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Nintendo Switch sales fuel full year profits. | Photo by James Bareham / The Verge Nintendo Switch sales were up 44 percent percent from January to March compared to the same pandemic-impaired quarter from a year earlier. Today’s numbers bring total Switch sales to 28.83 million for the fiscal year, up 37 percent compared to the 21 million Switch consoles the company shipped the year prior, and beating the company’s own revised forecast. In February, Nintendo raised its annual forecast to 26.5 million Switch units for the fiscal year ending March 31st on the strength of increased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, a number that had already been raised from 19 million units at the start of the year. The lifetime-to-date sales figure now stands at 84.59 million Switch units shipped worldwide since its launch in 2017,... Continue reading…
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Lucid Motors is beefing up its executive and technical leadership team, hiring people from Waymo, Intel and Xperi as it prepares to become a publicly listed company. The automaker said Wednesday that Sherry House, who formerly worked at Waymo, will be its new chief financial officer. House was at Waymo for four years, most recently […]
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A new report from The Intercept has shed light on a worrying new technology that lets law enforcement agencies extract personal data from people’s cars. It reports that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently made an order worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from Swedish data extraction firm MSAB which included iVe “vehicle forensics kits” made by US firm Berla. Here’s what MSAB advertises the kits can do, according to The Intercept: MSAB marketing materials promise cops access to a vast array of sensitive personal information quietly stored in the infotainment consoles and various other computers used by modern vehicles — a tapestry of personal details akin to what CBP might get when cracking into one’s personal phone. MSAB... Continue reading…
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Today Disney released a video of a mechanical real-world lightsaber that’ll appear in their Galactic Starcruiser experience. That’s the two-night vacation event at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida that’ll be opening in the year 2022. The lightsaber is real – real as far as your eyes are concerned, and real as you’ll see it in person at said resort … Continue reading
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Let’s discuss IPOs this morning to fully understand where we stand today in the realm of unicorn liquidity.
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The British Royal Navy has apparently been testing using jet suits to board ships like a scene out of some scrapped Christopher Nolan film, according to a new video released by UK-based Gravity Industries. Business Insider writes that the tests were conducted over three days on the HMS Tamar, a Royal Navy Batch 2 River-class offshore patrol ship. Royal Marines used Gravity Industries’ Jet Suit to conduct a “visit, board, search, and seizure” operation or VBSS. Basically a marine launched from a fast boat tailing the HMS Tamar, flew through the air like a slightly askew Iron Man, and landed on the larger ship, dropping a rope below so their fast boat buddies could climb up and “visit” the simulated enemy vessel. The whole thing is very... Continue reading…
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Earlier last month. in China, OPPO released two budget 4G smartphones in face of the OPPO A54 and OPPO A74. Later, these handsets landed in ... The post OPPO A74 5G and OPPO A54 5G Released In Europe, Starting At EUR 269 (US$324) appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The criminal landscape facing the Sinaloa Cartel has changed drastically since Ismael Zambada-Imperial was arrested in 2014.
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Shipping industry insiders say bigger ships, added automation, and smaller crews -as well as a dangerous route through the Arctic - are raising risks.
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Raw oysters are still alive - or freshly killed - when you eat them. Many think keeping them alive longer makes them safer to eat, but that's not the full story.
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"Demand for our products continues to be strong, but the supply chain is still facing significant challenges due to the semiconductor shortage," Nio said.
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Some parents wouldn't have to pay for childcare under Biden's $1.8 trillion American Families Plan, and workers would see hourly wages go up to $15.
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480 horsepower and up to 634 pound-feet of torque seem like a great time.
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After a years-long crypto winter, it been the spring of NFTs, but as digital art prices sober up after an explosion in sales, blockchain founders are looking to find more stable opportunities in the space that can grow over time even as speculative interest in NFTs shifts. One particular interest has been using NFTs to […]
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One of the lesser-noticed features of the never-ending cola wars is the practice of introducing odd-favored offshoots. This is how we got Cherry Coke (1985), Vanilla Coke (2002) and Black Cherry Vanilla Coke (2006.) Sometimes, though less frequently, the odd flavors give rise to odd colors, too. Crystal Pepsi--a clear version of regular Pepsi--hit the...
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