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Asteroid dust helps solve the mystery of dinosaur extinction

By The Conversation More than 99% of all organisms that have ever lived on Earth are now extinct. Most of these just died out quietly. However, in Earth’s history there have been five major mass extinction events – known as…

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How To Identify A Call Or Text Scam?

By Partner Content Scamming can happen in many different ways. Whether a hacker gains access to your information through invasive malware or through a public Wi-Fi connection, there are a variety of attacks to be on the lookout for. But…

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How To Stop Facebook From Tracking You? (Off-Facebook Activity)

By Akshay Bhardwaj Tech giants keeping tabs on users’ data is no surprise in today’s world. It’s a well-known fact that Facebook collects this data from its own as well as third-party apps. This third-party app tracking depends on the…

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Enhance your gaming experience with this sound algorithm software

By TNW Deals TLDR: With Audio Optimization Experience software, you can make video games or anything coming through your computer speakers instantly sound clearer, crisper, and better. Back in the day, audiophiles would add one of those ginormous multi-band equalizers…

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Scientists made an AI that reads your mind so it can generate portraits you’ll find attractive

By Tristan Greene A team of researchers recently developed a mind-reading AI that uses an individual’s personal preferences to generate portraits of attractive people who don’t exist. Computer-generated beauty truly is in the AI of the beholder. The big idea:…

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Researchers developed an AI that scours existing drugs for new Alzheimer’s treatments

By Thomas Macaulay Alzheimer’s disease is becoming increasingly prevalent as life expectancies lengthen. But the complexity of the condition makes it hard to find effective treatments. One way to expedite the search that’s yielded promising results is using AI to…

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What Is Magisk? How To Install Magisk And Root Android?

By Mohammed Abubakar The open-source nature of Android OS has given rise to communities filled with Android enthusiasts. From Custom ROMs to various MODs; you name it, the community has an answer for everything. Magisk is one of the wonders…

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How to Install VirtualBox 6.1 On Linux?

By Mohammed Abubakar Virtual Machines are software used to run other operating systems within a pre-installed operating system. This self-contained OS runs as a separate computer that has no relation to the host OS. VirtualBox is an open-source cross-platform software…

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NASA figures we’ve got about a billion years before the sun kills us all

By Tristan Greene A team of researchers working with NASA have finally figured out when the sun’s going to burn off all the oxygen on our planet, thus destroying all life on Earth. By their calculation it’ll happen somewhere around…

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Leak: Here’s our first look at the Sonos Roam, a $169 Bluetooth speaker

By Napier Lopez It’s no secret that Sonos is planning to announce something next week — the company sent virtual event invites to the press, and we’ll be tuning in. But it turns out we didn’t have to wait that…

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How To Remove Bloatware From Your Xiaomi Device (No Root Required)?

By Charanjeet Singh Xiaomi is rapidly taking over the smartphone world with its budget devices. Dominating the Indian and Chinese markets, the company manages to deliver low-priced smartphones coupled with specs of a flagship device. To achieve such low prices, Xiaomi does…

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TikTok launches ‘TikTok Q&A,’ a new feature for creators to engage with viewers’ questions

By Sarah Perez Earlier this year, TikTok was spotted testing a new Q&A feature that would allow creators to more directly respond to their audience’s questions using either text or video. Today, the company has announced the feature is now…

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New Moto smartwatches will end the wait for more Snapdragon Wear 4100 models

By Michael Allison A product-focused investor road map has surfaced, showing at least one new Moto smartwatch should launch soon with the Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor inside. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Snapcommerce raises $85M to make over your mobile shopping experience

By Mary Ann Azevedo Snapcommerce co-founders Henry Shi and Hussein Fazal. Image courtesy of Snapcommerce Snapcommerce launched its first, travel-focused product in 2017. It works by using chatbots to interact with customers via messaging apps such as SMS, Facebook and…

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Microsoft Mesh and Viva: Revolutionizing the corporate dynamic for success

By Rob Enderle Editor’s note: Microsoft is a client of the author At its Ignite conference this week, Microsoft showed that it not only isn’t standing still during the pandemic but is also advancing at an impressive pace. The company…

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Facebook to lift ban on political ads on Thursday

By Thomas Macaulay Facebook will lift its ban on political ads in the US on Thursday, the social media giant said on Wednesday. The company imposed the temporary ban after the November 2020 presidential election to curb the spread of misinformation…

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Oh great, now Netflix is copying TikTok too

By Napier Lopez By now we’ve seen that once a new social media format becomes popular, every app wants to copy it. We saw it happen after everyone and their mothers copied Snapchat’s ephemeral Stories, and now we’re seeing it…

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I love Huawei’s hardware ecosystem, but its app experience is terribly messy

By Andy Boxall Huawei’s Freebuds headphones and Watch smartwatches are tempting, but what’s it like using them with a non-Huawei phone? It can be great, but also messy. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Microsoft’s Mesh aims for mixed-reality meetings of the future

By Matthew Finnegan Microsoft offered a glimpse of what it believes will be the future of remote collaboration at Ignite on Tuesday, with workers one day able to interact with holographic items and talk to photo-realistic, life-like “holoportation” avatars of…

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How To “Edit” Photos With Screenshot Markup Tool In Android 12?

By Charanjeet Singh Back in Android 9 Pie, Google introduced a new editor for screenshots called Markup where users can doodle, and edit the image quickly. Up until now, the markup tool was only available for screenshots. However, in Android…

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