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You can install Gmail add-ons to integrate your accounts and streamline your workflow with programs like Zoom and Slack.
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Samsung’s latest foldable, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and its newest tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus, are now available to purchase. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 costs $1,999, the Galaxy Tab S7 starts at $649.99, and the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus starts at $849.99. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 has a number of improvements intended to make the phone more durable than its predecessor, including an ultra-thin glass screen and a stronger hinge. The foldable also has larger inner and cover screens as well as five cameras: a triple-camera system on the back and a selfie camera on both the main display and the cover display. There are also a few neat software tricks, including “Flex mode,” which lets you put different features from an app across both halves of the... Continue reading…
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(University of Melbourne) Widefield nitrogen-vacancy microscope solves problem of there being no way to tell exactly how strongly magnetic a 2D material was.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Facebook is adding new rules intended to slow the spread of misinformation and other harmful content on its Groups feature. From now on, if a group is removed for violating Facebook’s policies, its members and administrators will be temporarily unable to create any new groups. If a group has no administrators, it will be archived. And Facebook won’t include any health-related groups in its recommendations. Facebook groups have been blamed for spreading misinformation and conspiracies, particularly when Facebook’s recommendation algorithm promotes them. And the company’s new rules expand on existing efforts to police them. Admins were already barred from creating a new group similar to a banned one, for instance. Some of the new policies... Continue reading…
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For those looking to take a sightseeing flight during your next stay-cation, Singapore Airlines will soon have you covered, according to a new report.
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Bid to banish camera bumps from smartphones, but smaller doesn't always mean better The latest crop of ISOCELL sensors from Samsung continue the trend of chasing ever smaller pixels, resulting in a dramatically reduced footprint and height.…
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Have you ever realized that a lot of Hong Kong skyscrapers have holes in them?
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Just before the coronavirus crisis, CNET went to India to learn about a tiny startup trying to reinvent public health and sanitation.
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Microsoft's Surface Duo is an ambitious but flawed rethinking of the smartphone. Here are the best and worst things about using it.
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You can almost certainly expect to stumble upon something new, interesting, and delicious when shopping at this natural foods marketplace.
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We test a group of popular air fryer models from Cosori, Dash, Philips, PowerXL and others to find out which is best.
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Homegrown system – previously a 'lightweight' OS for IoT – punted onto smartphones After years of speculation, Huawei has confirmed it will release the homegrown Harmony operating system for smartphones, theoretically posing a direct challenge to the enduring Android and iOS duopoly.…
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With the HD remakes of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 available now, what better time to rank the games in the series? These are the main Tony Hawk games, ranked.
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(Burness) The partnership is likely the first-ever collaboration among scientists, educators and a life-science company to train the next generation of genetic scientists and technicians in the revolutionary CRISPR gene-editing technology.
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Last Wednesday, the European Space Agency successfully launched its Vega rocket from French Guiana after around a year of delays. The launch took place from Europe’s Spaceport and involved deploying 53 small satellites into orbit — a mission that ended up a complete success, according to the ESA. The space agency says this mission demonstrated that Vega and the wider … Continue reading
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The automaker released new renderings previewing the EV SUV's innards.
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Google controls about 90% of web-search traffic, dominates online advertising, and is already the target of antitrust action led by 50 states.
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NASA hopes to fly the full Space Launch System in 2021, then send astronauts to the moon in 2024 as part of its Artemis program.
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Save $150 on these fantastic Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones with active noise cancellation and great battery life
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A new electronic skin that reacts to pain like humans could provide the foundations for better prosthetics, smarter robots, and non-invasive alternatives to skin grafts, according to the device’s inventors. The artificial skin was developed by scientists from RMIT University in Australia, who claim it reacts to painful sensations as quickly as it takes nerve signals to reach the brain. Lead researcher Professor Madhu Bhaskar said the feedback system could pave the way for next-generation biomedical technologies and intelligent robotics. We’re sensing things all the time through the skin but our pain response only kicks in at a certain point, like when… This story continues at The Next Web
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple accidentally approved common malware disguised as an update for Adobe Flash Player to run on macOS, according to a new report. According to security researcher Patrick Wardle, Apple approved an app that contained code used by a well-known malware called Shlayer. Shlayer is a trojan downloader that spreads through fake applications, bombarding users with an influx of adware. Shlayer is the “most common threat” to Macs, cybersecurity and anti-virus firm Kaspersky said in 2019. Apple announced the macOS notarizing process in 2019 Wardle says this is the first time he knows of that Apple mistakenly notarized malware following the debut of its new notarization process. Apple announced the macOS notarizing process in 2019, requiring... Continue reading…
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The Tiktok sale in the US may be subject to review by China’s commerce and technology ministries if any technology used by the app is deemed limited.
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A device that makes you pay per person every time you want to watch a film is not what anyone needs right now. Or ever.
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Amour Vert is proving that you can be a conscious consumer with style. Here's what its clothes are like, and how the brand approaches sustainability.
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LaToya Evans, a PR expert who's worked with companies including IBM, Bank of America, and Ally Bank, shares how to avoid the common missteps.
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The district is one of thirty which was won by President Trump in 2016 and represented by a Democrat in the House of Representatives.
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Today were taking a peek at a dinosaur egg that was part of a study published today in Current Biology. This dinosaur egg is one of a collection of eggs that were found in Patagonia, Argentina. The difference between this egg and the other eggs that were discovered and analyzed in the past is the near-intact embryonic skull inside. The … Continue reading
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Logitech G want you to personalise your gaming headphones
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Many different antihypertensive drugs are prescribed to patients suffering from high blood pressure, some more common than others. A new study evaluated dozens of these drugs for their potential influence on depression, a common mental health condition that is linked to hypertension. The research was published by the American Heart Association and found that while the 41 most commonly prescribed … Continue reading
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