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3 critical App Store Optimization mistakes you’re overlooking

By Binh Dang When Apple and Google introduced in 2008 the App Store and Play Store, respectively, they were merely the tech giants’ marketplaces to distribute mobile software (apps) to their customers. 12 years (and nearly four million apps) later, they…

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Microsoft will no longer invest in facial-recognition technologies

By Georgina Torbet It will end its investment in controversial Israeli company AnyVision Source:: Digital Trends       

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Uranus is losing its atmosphere because of its weird wobbly magnetic field

By Georgina Torbet The planet’s magnetosphere is pinching off giant bubbles of plasma Source:: Digital Trends       

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What will we do when diseases reach space?

By The Cosmic Companion In an effort to mitigate damage from COVID-19 here on Earth, people worldwide are practicing social distancing, attempting to limit the spread of the disease. However, space is extremely tight on space stations, and the first lunar…

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11 million names to be carried to Mars on NASA’s Perseverance rover

By Georgina Torbet The public submitted names in the ‘Send Your Name to Mars’ campaign Source:: Digital Trends       

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SpaceX selected to deliver cargo to NASA’s Lunar Gateway space station

By Georgina Torbet The company is space agency’s first commercial partner for the project Source:: Digital Trends       

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Comet Atlas could be the brightest comet in decades

By The Cosmic Companion Comet Atlas is racing toward the inner solar system, and it could become the brightest comet seen in the night sky in over two decades. The comet, discovered by an observatory designed to protect Earth from…

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Lawmakers says Amazon is failing to protect the health of its workers

By Georgina Torbet ‘No employee should be forced to work in unsafe conditions’ Source:: Digital Trends       

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Maruti Suzuki And Hyundai Motors To Help Government Fight COVID-19

By Shaheer Anwar The leading automakers of the country, Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai Motors are all ready to support the government in fighting COVID-19. Maruti will be assisting in the manufacturing of ventilators on a large scale, whereas Hyundai Motors…

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Yes, Virtual Video Game Weddings Are A Thing Now

By Shivam Gulati While people are stuck in their homes due to the COVID-19 outbreak, feelings like anxiety and fear are haunting everyone during this self-isolation period. However, online gaming is coming to people’s rescue by becoming a way for…

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How chronic stress changes the brain — and what you can do to reverse the damage

By The Conversation A bit of stress is a normal part of our daily lives, which can even be good for us. Overcoming stressful events can make us more resilient. But when the stress is severe or chronic – for…

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Suunto 7 review: Still a hardcore fitness watch

By Andy Boxall Can the new Suunto 7 appeal to both hardcore sports fans and those who want a fitness-lifestyle smartwatch? Source:: Digital Trends       

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Sony is slowing PlayStation downloads in Europe and US

By Rachel Kaser Sony today announced it was making a change to its PlayStation downloads in the US, mirroring a similar change in Europe earlier this week. Namely, it’s going to slow down or delay gameplay downloads in an attempt to…

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Security Experts Form Cyber ‘Justice League’ To Fight Coronavirus Hacks

By Anmol Sachdeva While the entire world is reeling over Coronavirus pandemic, some notorious hacker groups are leveraging the widespread chaos and attacking healthcare organizations and hospitals. In the past month, several ransomware operators targeted WHO and US Health Department…

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We’ve come full rectangle: Polaroid is reborn out of The Impossible Project

By Devin Coldewey More than a decade after announcing that it would keep Polaroid’s abandoned instant film alive, The Impossible Project has done the… improbable: It has officially become the brand it set out to save. And to commemorate the…

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AR therapy for kids on autism spectrum may be headed for FDA approval

By Luke Dormehl Google Glass technology repurposed to help children Source:: Digital Trends       

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Daily Crunch: Clearstep’s chatbot offers in-depth COVID-19 screening

By Anthony Ha We look at an in-depth screener app for COVID-19, U.S. stocks take another tumble and Apple extends its free trial for Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 27, 2020. Stay safe…

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NYU makes face shield design for healthcare workers that can be built in under a minute available to all

By Darrell Etherington New York University is among the many academic, private and public institutions doing what it can to address the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers across the world. The school worked quickly to develop…

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See the strange and beautifully layered terrain of Mars’ Juventae Chasma

By Georgina Torbet NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captures another stunning image Source:: Digital Trends       

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Zyl resurfaces old photos to create collaborative stories

By Romain Dillet French startup Zyl has released a major update of its mobile app for iOS and Android. The app is all about finding long-forgotten memories of important life events in your photo library. Zyl scans your photo library…

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