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Why Canada appears to be one of the top spreaders of Russian disinformation online
The U.S. State Department has a renewed focus on drawing attention to ‘proxy’ third-party sites helping spread false information — including the Canad...
reddit | Technology | 1 hrs ago
Samsung, Stanford make a 10,000PPI display that could lead to 'flawless' VR
Samsung and Stanford have developed a 10,000PPI OLED screen that could lead to completely seamless VR displays.
reddit | Technology | 1 hrs ago
Norway successfully cut emissions in 2019. It now aims to halve all emissions by end of next decade
Greenhouse gas emissions in Norway amounted to 51 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents in 2019, preliminary figures show.
reddit | Technology | 1 hrs ago
A Beginner's Guide to Twetch, Bitcoin's Twitter clone
Twetch is a decentralized social media network running on Bitcoin SV. Launched in February 2019, Twetch looks and feels like Twitter , but…
reddit | Technology | 1 hrs ago
Qualcomm Lost the iPhone 12 mmWave Antenna Module Contract to a Chinese Company
iFixit’s teardown of the iPhone 12 has revealed that there are 3 mmWave antenna modules built by USI. USI is a Shanghai based SiP design and manufacturing company. This would be their first design …
reddit | Technology | 2 hrs ago
Why Vanadium Flow Batteries May Be The Future Of Utility-Scale Energy Storage
Recently the California Energy Commission awarded funding to Invinity Energy Systems to stimulate the availability of long-duration, non-lithium energy storage. I recently spoke with executives at Invinity to learn more about the advantages of the co ...
reddit | Technology | 3 hrs ago
Sony and others race for control of self-drive sensor tech
Three types of autonomous vehicle 'eyes' fight for dominance
reddit | Technology | 4 hrs ago
Hydrogen fuel could revolutionize airlines. Here’s how that could look
Environmentally conscious travelers are in a quandary.
reddit | Technology | 4 hrs ago
Zoom Deleted Events Discussing Zoom “Censorship”
The action follows the company canceling an event at San Francisco State University where Leila Khalid was meant to give a talk.
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Interview with @philhag, ex-maintainer of youtube-dl on the recent GitHub DCMA take down.
Friday night on the 23rd of October the ‘Recording Industry Association of America, Inc. (RIAA)’ sent a DCMA request to GitHub asking that the popular YouTube downloading software ‘youtube-dl’ be taken down. GitHub responded as by immediately ...
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Wind, solar overtake fossil fuels in price, BNEF says
Wind and solar power are the cheapest form of new electricity in most of the world today, according to an analysis by BloombergNEF (BNEF). The research organization predicts a tipping point in five years when it would be more expensive to operate an ...
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Bulgaria signs 5G security declaration with U.S
Bulgaria and the United States signed on Friday a declaration on security of next generation 5G mobile telecoms networks, which should ensure protected and clean communications, officials said on Friday.
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
A new productivity app
Amie, a new productivity app from ex-N26 product manager Dennis Müller, has picked up $1.3 million in pre-seed funding to “kickstart” development and hiring. Backing 23-year-old Müller is Creandum — the European VC best known for being an ear ...
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
🚀 DMX Lighting For Photo / Video Creators Just Got Affordable With This New Tech
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reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Apple, Google, and a Deal That Controls the Internet
In a landmark antitrust complaint, the Justice Department is targeting a secretive partnership that is worth billions of dollars to both companies.
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Plastic made from biomass logs the highest heat resistance on record
Scientists in Japan have produced a plastic with the highest heat resistance ever reported, and done so by using natural materials as the building blocks. This biomass-derived plastic therefore promises not just greater performance in some aspects th ...
reddit | Technology | 5 hrs ago
Mario Kart Live: Mixed-reality karts race around the home
Nintendo reveals a mixed-reality version of its top-selling game, but is it more than a gimmick?
reddit | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Delete Facebook And You'll Lose All Oculus Games For Good - Don't Permanently Delete Your Facebook Account Or You Will Lose All The Games You Purchased.
Don't permanently delete your Facebook account or you will lose all the games you purchased.
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
How to Clean Up Your Digital History There are plenty of reasons to declutter your online traces. Here's how to tidy up.
There are plenty of reasons to declutter your online traces. Here's how to tidy up.
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
When Does Predictive Technology Become Unethical?
With machine learning, companies and governments can predict an awful lot about you.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
How TikTok is proving beauty is more than skin deep
Social media smarts and a sense of humour are highly profitable for a new breed of ‘skinfluencer’
theguardian | Technology | 13 hrs ago
Instagram row over plus-size model forces change to nudity policy
Facebook amends code after deletion of black users’ photos sparks outrage
theguardian | Technology | 13 hrs ago
Why are two million people still getting Netflix DVDs by post?
Netflix still has more than two million DVD subscribers – but the pandemic could be a killer blow
reddit | Technology | 15 hrs ago
Samsung Group titan Lee Kun-hee dies aged 78
Mr Lee helped to grow his father's small trading business into a global industrial powerhouse.
reddit | Technology | 16 hrs ago
Stupid Use Of Profanity Filter Makes A Mess Of Virtual Paleontologist Conference
We've known for some time that the sorts of automated filters that get applied to various internet-y things are flawed in the extreme. But of all the filters that annoy me the most, profanity filters are the worst. And, no, it's not just...
reddit | Technology | 16 hrs ago