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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

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Guy Kawasaki - Dr. Robert Cialdini: The Psychology Powering Influence and Persuasion

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guykawasaki.com - Guy Kawasaki: Before I introduce this episode’s guest, I want to ask you a question. Do you have a growth mindset? My guest is Bob Cialdini. He is a professor emeritus at Arizona State University. He…

The Internet of Senses: The Technology of the Future - TechAcute

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techacute.com - Have you ever dreamed about the day when devices respond to your thoughts without having to press a button? Usually, you’d associate this to sci-fi, but the future shows us otherwise. The ninth editi…

Windows 10 security bug leaves your PC vulnerable to attack: here's how to patch it

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techradar.com - Microsoft has released an urgent patch for Windows after the US National Security Agency (NSA) discovered a critical bug in the operating system. As part of its regular Patch Tuesday, the company iss…

Microsoft issues fix for critical Windows flaw disclosed by the NSA

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techspot.com - According to security news site KrebsonSecurity, the flaw in question resides in crypt32.dll, a Windows module that handles "certificate and cryptographic messaging functions in the CryptoAPI." Krebs…

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followme4.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! What Role Does Data Play In Customer Experience? Shared by Neil forbes.com - Human resource management and recruitment employment business concept Getty How does data play a role…

Researcher develops working exploit for critical Windows 10 vulnerability

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arstechnica.com - Less than a day after Microsoft disclosed one of the most critical Windows vulnerabilities ever, a security researcher has demonstrated how attackers can exploit it to cryptographically impersonate a…

Twitter’s big bet on topics and lists is just getting started

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fastcompany.com - “People would hear about all the great stuff that happened on Twitter all the time, and they just couldn’t find it. It’s like, ‘Oh my God, did you see what’s happening on NBA Twitter?’ And people wou…

Google plans to drop Chrome support for tracking cookies by 2022

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arstechnica.com - Feeling the pressure from competing browser developers, Google on Tuesday laid out a plan to drop Chrome support of tracking cookies within two years. Instead, Google's August post unveiled the "priv…

Mozilla lays off 70 people as non-search revenue fails to materialize

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arstechnica.com - Mozilla has laid off 70 people, TechCrunch reports. It's a significant move for an organization that employs around 1,000 people worldwide. "You may recall that we expected to be earning revenue in 2…

US may subsidize Huawei alternatives with proposed $1.25 billion fund

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arstechnica.com - The US government should spend at least $1.25 billion "to invest in Western-based alternatives to Chinese equipment providers Huawei and ZTE," a bipartisan group of six US senators said yesterday. Th…

Amazon lifts ban on FedEx for third-party marketplace sellers

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arstechnica.com - Internet giant Amazon is doing an about-face on its earlier ban and will now let third-party vendors using its marketplace ship items using FedEx. The company lifted its ban as of 5pm eastern time ye…

Google gives Chrome OS Apps a shutdown date

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arstechnica.com - Chrome's Packaged Apps have been a dead platform for a while now, after a 2016 announcement that the "App" section of Chrome's Web store would be pulled from Windows, Mac, and Linux, leaving Chrome O…

Here we go again: The Apple / FBI phone-unlock showdown returns

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arstechnica.com - On the eve of the House of Representatives' forwarding of articles of impeachment to the Senate, President Donald Trump took time to attack Apple. The president's outburst on Twitter appears to be ab…

The 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid isn’t exciting, but it is quite frugal

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arstechnica.com - The 2020 Corolla Hybrid isn't fast or exciting, but it is affordable and efficient. The powertrain is basically identical to the Prius hybrid, but without the weird looks, and a few of the gadgets. I…

Google’s Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook: It works! It actually works!

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arstechnica.com - So after the recent news that the Fuchsia team picked the Chrome OS-powered Google Pixelbook as a supported device, we jumped at the chance to get it up and running. And after a little elbow grease, …

How to Get More LinkedIn Engagement and Clicks

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socialmediaexaminer.com - Do you share content on LinkedIn? Wondering how to publish LinkedIn content that gets more clicks and engagement? In this article, you’ll discover how to develop and share LinkedIn posts people click…

Blockchain Will Be Most In-Demand Hard Skill in 2020: LinkedIn

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cointelegraph.com - Blockchain will be the most in-demand hard skill in 2020, according to a new study by the educational subsidiary of professional social network LinkedIn. A newcomer to LinkedIn’s annual list of top-d…

Progressive Web Apps in 2020

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medium.com - It’s been more than 12 years since Steve Jobs originally presented the idea of web apps “that look exactly and behave exactly like native apps,” and it’s been more than 4 years since the term “PWA” w…

How to Animate on the Web With Greensock | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - that's styled with a border-radius value of 50%. Here’s how we would scale and move it with Greensock: See the Pen Greensock Tutorial 1 by Sarah Drasner (@sdras) on CodePen. In this case, we’re telli…

TCL SOCL 500TWS wireless earbuds hands-on: High end specifications and decent performance for $80 | ZDNet

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zdnet.com - It's often said you get what you pay for so I didn't have high expectations for the new TCL SOCL 500TWS fully wireless earbuds when they were offered up for review. After a couple of weeks of wearing…

How thoughtful disagreement can lead to significant breakthroughs

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fastcompany.com - My business partner, Caroline, and I don’t always agree. But this isn’t a bad thing. In fact, it is what we love about our relationship. The bulk of her experience comes from the creative world, whil…

How Boeing Staff Neglected The Golden Rule Of Email, And What To Do Instead

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forbes.com - In case you never learned it in college, the golden rule of email is never send an email that you wouldn’t want to show up on the front page of your local paper. At least it’s been my golden rule for…

Huawei Set For Stunning New Victory Over Trump: This Is Why It Will Seriously Hurt Both Sides

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forbes.com - Despite sending a senior delegation to London, despite describing a decision to allow Huawei into the U.K.’s 5G networks as “nothing short of madness,” despite threats to limit intelligence-sharing, …

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will come with better screen, 3300mAh battery

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androidcommunity.com - The next-gen Galaxy Fold model is most likely the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The ‘Flip’ in the name means the device will have a flip or clamshell design similar to the new Motorola RAZR. The latter is a…

Huawei P40 Pro shows off four curved hole design, better cameras

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androidcommunity.com - Aside from the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy Z Flip phone, the other highly-anticipated device is the Huawei P40 flagship. The premium series from the top Chinese Android OEM will be revealed soo…

Samsung Galaxy S20+ will come with a 120Hz screen refresh rate

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androidcommunity.com - Samsung seems to be almost set with the release of the Galaxy S20 series. It’s only a matter of time before the South Korean tech giant makes a big announcement at the Unpacked 2020 event happening o…

Chrome OS 80 beta channel receives gesture navigation

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androidcommunity.com - Just before the end of the year, we learned that Chome OS 80 won’t need Developer Mod. It may also sideload apps but we have yet to try it out. The latest update was released first in the Dev channel…

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 promo goes interactive on Instagram Stories

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androidcommunity.com - If you are a fan of the choose-your-own-adventure type of storytelling, you’ll probably be interested in this latest campaign that Samsung is doing to promote its Galaxy Note 10+ 5G device. They have…

Huawei P40 rendered with Leica rear cams, dual selfie shooters

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androidcommunity.com - We’re almost done with speculating about the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. We’ve started more aggressively with the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip which is the Galaxy Fold 2 clamshell. Now we’re going all out f…

Bitdefender: New Android apps discovered as adware on Google Play

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androidcommunity.com - Here we go again. As much as we hate those viruses and other malware found within Android devices, we’re still glad there are groups and research firms that help in hunting them down. Bitdefender is …

Google Phone app may be adding support for call recording

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androidcommunity.com - If your work involves having to record some of your phone conversations (hopefully not for personal reasons), having a built-in or accessible feature on your device would be very useful. The Google P…

Github Android app now in beta, ready for testing

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androidcommunity.com - Github, the software development tool millions of developers have been using, is finally getting an Android app. It was actually introduced back in November with the Android version arriving soon. Th…

Black Shark 3 phone arriving with 120Hz Quad HD+ screen

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androidcommunity.com - Aside from the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the next flagship from OnePlus, another upcoming smartphone will also come with a 120Hz display. Xiaomi is working on a new Black Shark phone–the Black Shark 3. …

Upcoming Galaxy Buds+ will have better battery, more mics, no noise cancellation

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androidcommunity.com - If you were pretty excited about the rumored noise cancellation that will come with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds+, we’re about to douse a bit of cold water on you. It seems that the Korean OEM ha…

New Leaks Spill Details About the Samsung Galaxy S20 - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - A new series of leaks reveal that Samsung’s next line of flagship handsets will be branded as the Galaxy S20, and not as the Galaxy S11. Apparently, the name is meant to align with the year of its re…

Rethinking Whole-House Audio: Bluetooth Adapter - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - In Rethinking Whole-House Audio (Premium), I wrote about the issues I’ve been having with Chromecast Audio and my desire to move away from the Google ecosystem. As part of that conversation, I listed…

It’s Time to Push Tech Forward, and Rebuild What It Broke

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wired.com - In 1904, a group of Canadian workers began the hard slog of constructing the world's longest bridge, across the Saint Lawrence River just south of the city of Quebec. It was a wildly ambitious projec…

Founder of Area 1, firm that alleges Russian hacking of Burisma, is working with 2020 Democrats

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washingtonexaminer.com - Before we break out the rocket launchers in response to reports that Russian hackers have targeted the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, let’s consider the source of that information: a single cybersecu…

Cookies crumbling as Google phases them out

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bbc.com - Google is to restrict the number of advertising cookies on websites accessed via its Chrome browser, in response to calls for greater privacy controls. It said that it would phase out third-party coo…

Tom Steyer at Dem Debate: Trump Has No Foreign Policy Strategy

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breitbart.com - Billionaire and 2020 presidential hopeful Tom Steyer said at the Democrat debate on Tuesday that President Donald Trump has no strategy for conducting foreign policy, claiming that Trump goes “from c…

In Depth: Jedi Award Signals Parity in the Cloud Wars?

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futurumresearch.com - AWS, Amazon’s cloud business, has enjoyed a long run as undisputed heavyweight champion of the cloud wars. With revenue run rate nearing 36 Billion and continuous double-digit market growth it was di…

Mozilla Releases Firefox Voice Assistant Beta - Voicebot.ai

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voicebot.ai - Mozilla has debuted voice controls for its Firefox browser. Firefox Voice is currently in beta and will likely get a more complete release after ironing out bugs and other problems with the feature. …

This Is How Your iPhone Is Now A Cool Way To Access Google

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forbes.com - Google has made a change that allows you to use your Apple iPhone to access services such as Gmail. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Your Apple iPhone can now be used as a cool and secure way…

Tricks On How To Take Better Photos

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slr-digitalcamera.com - Maybe you have made the decision to become a photographer or you simply want to improve the quality of your photos. This is an excellent time to begin. Listed here are a few guidelines that will aid …

The Best Ways To Boost Social Media Marketing

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iim.internetinfomedia.com - If you want to generate an increase in business income, it is crucial that you know all about social media marketing. It’s definitely one of spreading the best marketing methods at the moment. Start …

What To Consider Before Making A Car Purchase

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carshopping.biz - Car shopping often feels like a Herculean effort. You either know about cars and feel used or know nothing about the process. Keeping the advice offered below in mind will help to ensure that you fin…

The Benefits Of Choosing A Good Hosting Company

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agentmonhost.com - While it can seem like a daunting task, choosing the best web host is easy with a basic knowledge of what you’re looking for. As you become more knowledgeable of hosting, it will be easier for you to…

Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy Review

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durac.info - Click Here : https://blendranggothel.blogspot.com/?book=1621575764 A?FINANCIAL TIMES?BOOK OF THE MONTH FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL:?”Nothing Mr. Gilder says or writes is ever delivered at anything l…

Beginner Tips For How To Repair A Vehicle

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carshopping.biz - You might feel frustrated when you have to deal with your car problems. You must do something because you don’t have this experience every time. Read on to learn how handle auto repairs. This certifi…

Top 10 Education Gamification Examples for Lifelong Learners

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yukaichou.com - These gamification examples were tested by Erik van Mechelen, based on the gamification framework–Octalysis–created by Yu-kai Chou. Each of us learn every day, even if we aren’t trying to. As humans,…

Everything You Need To Know About Marketing On Facebook

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duracmarketing.com - There are few sites more popular than Facebook. Millions join daily, and there are millions already on there. If you have a business, Facebook could be a great opportunity for you to build your brand…

Best Pocket WiFi for Travel - Cheap and Easy

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europeupclose.com - Finding WiFi when you are traveling can be frustrating. The WiFi in hotels and AirBnBs is often less than ideal. Roaming charges can put a serious dent in your vacation budget and hunting down free W…

CES 2020 : Panasonic unveils world’s first ultra HD VR eyeglasses

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impactlab.net - The lightweight VR glasses offer HDR visuals without the dreaded “screen-door” effect. At CES 2020, companies were hard at work promoting a fresh wave of groundbreaking technology that will soon be a…

LG TV 2020 lineup: here are all the LG TVs you will see later this year - NewsDio

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newsdio.com - It will be a good year for LG TV fans. The Korean electronics company has come a long way with its new Alpha 9 Gen. 3 processor, and has announced a lot of new 8K models that can improve HD content a…

Delve into the Jotform + Egnyte integration

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community.egnyte.com - Creating online forms, sending them out, and storing incoming response data is now easier than ever. Egnyte integrates with JotForm, a popular online form building software, to transfer submitted for…

Introducing the new Microsoft Edge and Bing | Windows Experience Blog

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blogs.windows.com - In our mission to empower people with knowledge with Microsoft 365, one critical opportunity is the internet. We know that 60% of the time people spend on the PC is within the web browser, and it has…

Get this essential cloud security certification training bundle for only $49

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computerworld.com - Most businesses operate via the cloud. That means now is an ideal time to consider a career keeping them secure. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’d have to go back to school for professiona…

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SCIENCE

Scientists cite parasite factor in beard attractiveness debate

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theguardian.com - Prince Harry sports one, Justin Trudeau has recently grown one, and Brian Blessed’s is almost its own being. But are beards attractive? As the old adage goes: “Depends on the man, depends on the bear…

The Rise of Fake News. A Machine Learning challenge!

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datasciencecentral.com - Reporters with various forms of "fake news" from an 1894 illustration by Frederick Burr Opper We’ve always pictured the rise of artificial intelligence as being the end of civilization, at least from…

Forgotten trove of fossil feathers belonged to tiny polar dinosaurs

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arstechnica.com - Researchers have described ten fossil feathers from the polar regions of the former continent Gondwana for the first time. The collection, documented in a recent paper in Gondwana Research, contains …

This year may finally fulfill the promise of private human spaceflight

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arstechnica.com - This year could see the fulfillment of a number of long-promised achievements in human spaceflight. For the first time, private companies could launch humans into orbit in 2020, and two different com…

Letting slower passengers board airplane first really is faster, study finds

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arstechnica.com - Commercial airlines often prioritize boarding for passengers traveling with small children, or for those who need extra assistance—in other words, those likely to be slower to stow their bags and tak…

2019 was likely Earth’s second-hottest year on record

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arstechnica.com - It’s mid-January, which means the jokes about New Year’s resolutions are hopefully fading out along with your seasonal depression. Oh, and NOAA’s and NASA’s final 2019 global temperature analyses hav…

NFL, NFLPA hold forum on CBD use for pain management

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nfl.com - The Pain Management Committee of the NFL and the NFL Players Association held a fact-finding forum Tuesday with manufacturers of products that use CBD in sports medicine. The session was designed to …

Why doing the easy parts of your to-do list first can be a bad idea

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fastcompany.com - It feels good to cross things off of your to-do list—especially when you’ve got a heavy workload. Taking care of quick tasks, such as answering email or sending invoices, at the beginning of the day …

BEM Methodology In CSS: A Quick Start Guide | Scalable CSS: Learn Advanced, Modular CSS Methodologies & Architecture

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scalablecss.com - This is a quick start guide to learning BEM, the component-driven CSS methodology. If you want to start practicing and applying BEM to your projects, this guide will help you get started. BEM (Block-…

Designers and statisticians disagree on what makes a good information graphic

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qz.com - The field of data visualization has become a tussle between accuracy and beauty. In one corner, designers say that data is fungible as long as the presentation is eye-catching. In the other corner, s…

5 must-know tricks in Adobe Illustrator for a faster workflow

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dribbble.com - Whether you’re just getting started in Adobe Illustrator or simply looking for some ways to speed up your workflow, you’re in the right place. Today, we’re shedding light on some not-so-obvious tips …

The paradox at the heart of A/B testing

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matthewstrom.com - At the turn of the 20th century, William Sealy Gosset was exploring new ways of running experiments on his production line. Gosset was trying to improve the quality of Guinness’s signature stout but …

What is Type B flu virus? Symptoms of influenza strain spreading across U.S.

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newsweek.com - This flu season medics have been struck by the uptick of cases involving the type B flu virus, which has been predominating the season for the first time in 27 years. Influenza can be split into four…

Monkeys Smashing Nuts Hint at How Human Toolmaking Evolved

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ancient-origins.net - Human beings used to be defined as “the tool-maker” species. But the uniqueness of this description was challenged in the 1960s when Dr. Jane Goodall discovered that chimpanzees will pick and modify …

Ancient Metalworkers in Dubai Desert Had Sustainable Production Ethics

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ancient-origins.net - Archaeologists in southern Dubai unearthed evidence of upcycling at least 3,000 years-ago. Polish archaeologists discovered the ‘upcycled’ objects at the famous Saruq Al Hadid excavation site near th…

Navy: Releasing UFO Files Would Cause 'Exceptionally Grave Damage To US National Security'

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zerohedge.com - A trove of classified materials associated with an infamous UFO incident marked TOP SECRET are so sensitive that their release would cause "exceptionally grave damage" to US national security accordi…

Just don't eat it: Play Doh, dry pasta show little gluten transfer when used for play: Study provides first evidence of gluten transfer risk associated with common school supplies

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sciencedaily.com - Other common school supplies and activities such as paper mache and baking projects with flour-based dough were associated with gluten transfer. However, gluten residue was not detected when hands an…

Efficacy and safety of gastrointestinal bleeding prophylaxis in critically ill patients: systematic review and network meta-analysis. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - To determine, in critically ill patients, the relative impact of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), histamine-2 receptor antagonists (H2RAs), sucralfate, or no gastrointestinal bleeding prophylaxis (or s…

Who's liable? The AV or the human driver?

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sciencedaily.com - AVs remove people from the hands-on task of driving and thus pose a complex challenge to today's accident tort law, which primarily punishes humans. Legal experts anticipate that, by programming driv…

The case for ... making low-tech 'dumb' cities instead of 'smart' ones

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theguardian.com - Ever since smartphones hooked us with their limitless possibilities and dopamine hits, mayors and city bureaucrats can’t get enough of the notion of smart-washing their cities. It makes them sound dy…

Cows Communicate With Unique Moos

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smithsonianmag.com - Should you encounter a herd of cows munching on a field of grass, you might very well hear them emit some emphatic “moos.” It’s hard for humans to decipher these cow calls, but a new study shows that…

The New Science Of Aging: How To Biohack Your Way To A Longer, Healthier Life

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mindbodygreen.com - The two biggest lifestyle activators of the aforementioned longevity pathways are fasting (or time-restricted eating) and exercise, says Sinclair. What do they have in common? They're hormetic (or pu…

10 Diets You Definitely Shouldn't Try in 2020 | Livestrong.com

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livestrong.com - If you recently decided to try out a new diet, you're in good company. Every year, about 45 million Americans go on a diet, spending roughly $33 billion on weight-loss products, according to Boston M…

Is It OK To Take A Probiotic At The Same Time As Your Vitamins?

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mindbodygreen.com - You might be concerned that taking a probiotic supplement at the same time as your morning vitamins or supplements might make one of the two less effective. Fear not, in most cases, taking probiotics…

In Trying To Disprove The Myth, Researchers Prove Sugar Addiction Is Real

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mindbodygreen.com - Winterdahl and other researchers conducted an experiment on pigs to study how the brain's chemistry is affected by sugar. Pigs were given 2 liters of sugar water each day over a 12-day period while r…

Cadence PCB and SOLIDWORKS CAD Environments Connected by EMA’s CADSync

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embedded-computing.com - EMA Design Automation has released CADSync, a tool for funneling design data between Cadence’s Allegro PCB Editor/OrCARD and SOLIDWORKS. With native bi-directional traceability and in-tool access to …

Developing Endurance So You Can Live A Healthier Life

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africanmango.fatlosscenter.info - Good nutrition is necessary for a long, healthy life. Good food strengthens your bones and muscles and keeps you looking great. Use these tips for a better body. One good nutritional tip is to consum…

STMicroelectronics Combines STM32 MCU and LoRa Transceiver on One SoC

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embedded-computing.com - LoRa continues to pick up steam as the wide-area network of choice. We know its limitations, mostly the low bandwidth, but for certain applications, like remote environmental sensors, meters, tracker…

Follow These Pregnancy Tips To A Healthy Baby

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bestpregnancysites.com - While this time in your life may not always be easy, many people say that children are worth conceiving. Read this article to get some tips on making the pregnancy easier.This has a variety of effect…

Inside the Black Box

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embedded-computing.com - Most software is obtained as a binary executable. The program may run and does what it does, but the user has no knowledge of its inner workings and has no opportunity to modify its functionality. Fo…

Great Ideas For Effective Search Engine Marketing

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firstadsense.com - Now that your website is up and you are hoping for traffic, you are probably wondering what to do. You want to make your site to rank highly on search engines. This article will help you great SEO ti…

Pot-Using Drivers Still Impaired After the High Fades

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webmd.com - TUESDAY, Jan. 14, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Even when they're not high on marijuana, recreational users of the drug display signs of impaired driving, a new study finds. The findings may come as a sur…

Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays Market Size 2020 by Top Leading Companies- Samsung Electronics, LG Display, Universal Display Corporation, AU Optronics, BOE Technology

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fusionscienceacademy.com - New Jersey, United States, – The Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays Market is exhaustively researched and analyzed in the report to help market players to improve their business tactics and…

New Drugs Getting FDA's Blessing Faster, but Is That a Good Thing?

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webmd.com - TUESDAY, Jan. 14, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- New drugs are being approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for patients based on less and less solid evidence, thanks to incentive programs that …

Scientists create lightweight 18-carat gold using ordinary plastic

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impactlab.net - Researchers with ETHzurich have successfully used plastic to create lightweight gold that retains its purity, according to a recent announcement from the institution. The lightweight gold is ideally …

China’s airborne laser weapon would change dogfighting forever

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impactlab.net - Airborne lasers can be used offensively or defensively. The Chinese military put out notice it wants airborne laser pods. The pods could be used offensively or defensively, against aircraft or even m…

Swarms of teeny robo-tractors will outmaneuver Tesla’s driverless cars

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impactlab.net - While Elon Musk and Waymo get all the attention — and regulations — autonomous vehicles for farming face fewer tech barriers and could be just as important Between 2009 and 2015, Google spent $1.1 bi…

Artificial lifeforms designed by supercomputers are fully programmable

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impactlab.net - This living organism was designed by a supercomputer and assembled in the labSam Kriegman, UVM Robots are made to mimic living creatures, and as smart as they’re becoming, we can still look at them a…

The Six Most Important Trends in Cloud-Based Software for 2020

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webbiquity.com - Cloud computing has become a global phenomenon since the concept emerged a decade ago. For technology buyers ,it has democratized access to advanced software; it gives startups and small businesses a…

Conll 2019 twitter

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nguoidepxumuong.vn - Besides these, there are again lots of slides, resources, tools, articles, blog posts, and papers to explore. Abstract: Global Autoregressive Models (GAMs) are a recent proposal [Parshakova et al. Oc…

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LEISURE

Visiting the Reichstag Dome – Amazing Berlin views and history

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hitraveltales.com - If you are planning a trip to Berlin, then visiting the Reichstag dome is an absolute must, not only for the Berlin views, but for the amazing history. The Reichstag is where the Bundestag, or Federa…

Stop Believing in Free Shipping

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theatlantic.com - Free shipping is enticing, says Ravi Dhar, the director of Yale’s Center for Customer Insights, because shoppers irrationally hate to pay for certain services—even those that they value immensely, su…

The Craziest Writing Methods of Famous Authors

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keepingupwiththepenguins.com - When we start talking about how our favourite writers write, I think all of us conjure up one of two mental pictures. We either imagine the disciplined, dedicated writer (like Stephen King) with his …

To Strong Women

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medium.com - Let me tell you something very few men know: In the world, there are multiple kinds of women. One of them is this rare and unique kind of woman. One that is free in her being, incredibly loyal, has a…

Self-esteem is an illusion

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redlemonclub.com - If you’re like most humans, you will have questioned and doubted yourself. You might have considered that you have low self-esteem. Self-esteem can be described as one’s confidence in their abilities…

Three Illustration Trends for 2020

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picturedesk.tasteminty.com - Some say 2020 is the beginning of new decade. Some say, it actually is the last year of previous decade. One way, or another, upcoming year will be for sure intense, and a little bit insane with US E…

The Lost Labyrinth of Ancient Egypt – Part 1

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Everlasting Sunlight at Villa Girasole, Italy’s Rotating House

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Sharing Tacos Breaks Down Workplace Differences

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Cook II-EDR in Sacramento, CA

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U.S. Census Bureau campaign assures that ICE and the police can't use its data for deportations

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Best New Hotel Winners: 2019 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Awards

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7 things to know about the remarkable Smart Cups

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Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? An RD sets the record straight

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5 insider tips for aging like a French woman

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This vegan green soup is loaded with fiber and fragrant herbs

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What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries

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Finding Beautiful Jewelry May Be Easier Than You Think

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Enjoy The Health Benefits Of Juice With These Juicing Tips!

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A Word Of Advice For Multi-level Marketing Novices

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Learn How To Make Your Travel Plans Even Better

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Zits Problems? Not Anymore! Read These Tips

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Want To Become A Shoe Expert? Read This

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Eating Well: Helpful Nutritional Tips And Tricks

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Don't Miss These 3 Top French Cities

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Tired Of Struggling Financially? Learn How To Make Money Online!

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A Unique Article To Improve Your Cooking Skills

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Having A Tough Time Training Your Dog

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Simple Tips To Clear Acne Up Forever

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Need Some Wine Tips? Begin With These Important Ones

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How To Best Incorporate Cats Into Your Home

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Manage Your Weight Safely And Effectively With These Tips

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Healthy Living And The Diet Tips You Should Consider

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Somebody snuck a potato int CES 2020 to make a scathing point about useless smart gadgets

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Road Trip From Brisbane to Canberra - Travel Explored

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These Are The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Montana

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Prepare for Liftoff — South Korea’s Crypto Regulation Ignites in 2019

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Bitcoin Price Hits 2-Month High at $8.7K as 3 Bullish Factors Converge

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Is a 400% Rent Increase the Future of Coney Island?

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Magnitsky Link in Tax Office Raids

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Leaders Discuss Some of the Worst Business Advice They've Ever Heard

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Peter Schiff’s Bitcoin $1,000 Prediction Falls Flat as Gold Drops 4%

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Bitcoin and ETH Are Commodities, While XRP’s Status Is Unclear, CFTC Says

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Why Bill Gates' net worth is so high 20 years since stepping down as Microsoft CEO

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California’s surprise billing “fix” compromises care for millions of patients

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The End of the Bonus Culture Is Coming to Wall Street

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China trade agreement has new provisions to safeguard US tech secrets

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Putin Causes Russian Cabinet to Resign, Bitcoin Prices Spike

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'The offer was too good to refuse': A major Russian money-laundering case was unexpectedly settled in New York

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The Navy Needs More Money, Its Top Admiral Bluntly Argues

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BlackRock's investment strategy could shake up real estate

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'Amazon' fraudsters are stealing thousands from unsuspecting victims

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Greggs picks Just Eat for home deliveries

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Interest rate cut chances rise as inflation falls

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Pete Buttigieg Demands Individual Mandate for Health Insurance

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More than 50 injured after Delta jet dumps fuel on L.A. schools during midair emergency

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Why it’s so hard to hold companies accountable when they break their ethical promises

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Litecoin (LTC) Price Prediction 2020, 2023, 2025 | PrimeXBT

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Decide On The Right Car From The Right Dealership With These Tips

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Review: Legendary Marketer 15 Day Challenge Day 11 – (Affiliate Marketing)

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Web Marketing Advice You Should Know About

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MindCapital Official Launch 11th January 2020 here’s what happened at the event by Internet Marketing Millionaire... - Simon Stepsys

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Simple Tips To Grow Your Business

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Get Smart And Follow These Tips To Finding The Right Health Insurance Policy

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Read About How To Get Started With Internet Marketing, And How To Earn More Money.

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In 2100, half of the biggest countries in the world will be in Africa

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WORLD

Majority of Canadians think immigration should be limited: poll

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If you want a preview of what four more years of Trump could bring, visit Hungary

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Pelosi anuncia a los fiscales para el hist贸rico juicio pol铆tico contra Trump en el Senado

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FBI arrests man suspected of orchestrating dozens of “swatting” calls

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Se prepara una nueva caravana migrante. Trump cada vez los devuelve m谩s r谩pido y m谩s lejos

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Giuliani busc贸 una reuni贸n privada con el presidente ucraniano con el consentimiento de Trump

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La dif铆cil relaci贸n entre Estados Unidos e Ir谩n los ha dejado al borde de la guerra. C贸mo llegamos hasta aqu铆

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Finland Jobs May Change to 4-Day Workweeks to Promote a Balanced Life

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Border Patrol Officials Dodged Congress’ Questions About Migrant Children’s Deaths

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New Video Shows 2 Iranian Missiles Striking Doomed Passenger Jet

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Warren, Bernie Spar in Final Dem Debate Before Iowa

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Amy Klobuchar Blames Trump for Situation with Iran Getting Worse

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Russia’s government overhauled as Putin looks to cement influence after presidency

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washingtonpost.com - Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual state of the nation address to the Federal Assembly in Moscow on Wednesday. (Maxim Shemetov/Reuters) By Isabelle Khurshudyan close Isabelle Khursh…

Ex-CIA official under Trump reveals the president’s disturbing use of intelligence — and doubts the reason for killing Suleimani

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rawstory.com - In a new post for the blog Just Security from the New York University Law School on Wednesday, a former CIA counterterrorist manager revealed details of his work under President Donald Trump and why …

Federal judge temporarily halts Trump administration policy allowing local governments to block refugees

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CES 2020 : Panasonic unveils world’s first ultra HD VR eyeglasses

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impactlab.net - The lightweight VR glasses offer HDR visuals without the dreaded “screen-door” effect. At CES 2020, companies were hard at work promoting a fresh wave of groundbreaking technology that will soon be a…

In 2100, half of the biggest countries in the world will be in Africa

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impactlab.net - In 2100, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Egypt and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will be among the world’s largest countries. In 1950, four European countries were still among the world’s largest…

Scientists create lightweight 18-carat gold using ordinary plastic

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impactlab.net - Researchers with ETHzurich have successfully used plastic to create lightweight gold that retains its purity, according to a recent announcement from the institution. The lightweight gold is ideally …

The future of the world is heavily dependent upon countries with the poorest education systems!

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futuristspeaker.com - According to the UN, roughly 69 million new teachers must be recruited and trained in order to achieve universal primary and secondary education standards established by UNESCO (UN Educational, Scien…

China’s airborne laser weapon would change dogfighting forever

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impactlab.net - Airborne lasers can be used offensively or defensively. The Chinese military put out notice it wants airborne laser pods. The pods could be used offensively or defensively, against aircraft or even m…

Swarms of teeny robo-tractors will outmaneuver Tesla’s driverless cars

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impactlab.net - While Elon Musk and Waymo get all the attention — and regulations — autonomous vehicles for farming face fewer tech barriers and could be just as important Between 2009 and 2015, Google spent $1.1 bi…

Somebody snuck a potato int CES 2020 to make a scathing point about useless smart gadgets

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impactlab.net - Startup founder launches ″Potato″ at CES 2020 I almost walked right by it. But then I realized the object the young man was holding up, apparently thrilling the small crowd gathered around his tiny C…

Artificial lifeforms designed by supercomputers are fully programmable

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#FORESIGHT

CES 2020 : Panasonic unveils world’s first ultra HD VR eyeglasses

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impactlab.net - The lightweight VR glasses offer HDR visuals without the dreaded “screen-door” effect. At CES 2020, companies were hard at work promoting a fresh wave of groundbreaking technology that will soon be a…

In 2100, half of the biggest countries in the world will be in Africa

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impactlab.net - In 2100, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Egypt and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will be among the world’s largest countries. In 1950, four European countries were still among the world’s largest…

Scientists create lightweight 18-carat gold using ordinary plastic

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impactlab.net - Researchers with ETHzurich have successfully used plastic to create lightweight gold that retains its purity, according to a recent announcement from the institution. The lightweight gold is ideally …

The future of the world is heavily dependent upon countries with the poorest education systems!

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futuristspeaker.com - According to the UN, roughly 69 million new teachers must be recruited and trained in order to achieve universal primary and secondary education standards established by UNESCO (UN Educational, Scien…

China’s airborne laser weapon would change dogfighting forever

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impactlab.net - Airborne lasers can be used offensively or defensively. The Chinese military put out notice it wants airborne laser pods. The pods could be used offensively or defensively, against aircraft or even m…

Swarms of teeny robo-tractors will outmaneuver Tesla’s driverless cars

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impactlab.net - While Elon Musk and Waymo get all the attention — and regulations — autonomous vehicles for farming face fewer tech barriers and could be just as important Between 2009 and 2015, Google spent $1.1 bi…

Somebody snuck a potato int CES 2020 to make a scathing point about useless smart gadgets

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impactlab.net - Startup founder launches ″Potato″ at CES 2020 I almost walked right by it. But then I realized the object the young man was holding up, apparently thrilling the small crowd gathered around his tiny C…

Artificial lifeforms designed by supercomputers are fully programmable

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