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How I Captured a 40-Mile-Wide View of an Arizona Landscape

Photographer Dave Poyzer shares how he hiked up a mountain in Arizona and captured a highly-detailed panorama of a 40-mile-wide landscape.

Ukraine envoy to Japan warns of ‘butterfly effect’ on global security amid Russia tensions

What is going on in Europe ... is not just about Ukraine," Kyiv's envoy to Japan said Wednesday in Tokyo. "It will definitely affect the global arena ...

WATCH: Man Disabled After Crazed Cop Plows into Him at 45MPH Over a License Plate Issue

Graphic dashcam shows a Texas cop attempt to murder an unarmed man by plowing into him at 45 mph over an issue with his license plate.

Samsung Galaxy S22 series mega-leak: quality images, specs, prices

February 9 can't come fast enough, but at least we have all the details now.

Did Eating Meat Really Make Us Human?

For decades, scientists thought that being more carnivorous set our ancestors along their evolutionary path. New evidence casts doubt on this theory.

Kenya’s new tennis star made history at the Australian Open

It is the first time in 16 years a Kenyan has played at the Australian Open Juniors, and it is only the second time a Kenyan girl has played a junior grand slam tournament. Okutoyis junior ranking now stands at 71.

Dave Eggers: We Finally Have Jetpacks and No One Cares

In a recent piece for The Guardian, Dave Eggers observes that we now have actual jetpacks that actually fly, an invention that was supposed to alert humanity that The Future had finally arrived,1 and no one really cares

Leaked: peek inside the new VW ID. Buzz before you’re supposed to!

Leaked: peek inside the new VW ID. Buzz interior weeks before you're supposed to - or you can wait for the March 9th reveal.

New clues emerge on long COVID

If confirmed, clinicians "can actually design interventions to make people better," said UC San Francisco's Steven Deeks.

WhatsApp Automation — WhatsApp no-code automation tool

Run workflow on WhatsApp web, automatically reply or send to Webhook, send bulk messages, No-Code Required. - Manage your contacts with labels, fast and efficient. - Send bulk messages, even pictures.

Five MIT faculty elected 2021 AAAS Fellows

Five MIT faculty members Mircea Dinca, Guoping Feng, Ian Hunter, David Shoemaker, and Evelyn Wang have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

See the giant, pristine coral reef that explorers found deep in the ocean’s ‘twilight zone’

In deeper water, reefs are more likely to escape human activity and warming waters that are destroying their counterparts nearer the surface.

An Official Yaru Theme for Cinnamon? Oh Yes — Here’s What It Looks Like

I check out work on an official Yaru theme for the Cinnamon desktop environment. How well does Ubuntu's stock theme suit this desktop? I find out.

Xplore to fly sensors on OrbAstro nanosatellites

Xplore announced a contract Jan. 25 to purchase Orbital Astronautics Ltd. satellites for a variety of Earth-observation and astronomical missions.

Every major Linux distro has been vulnerable for the last 12 years due to Polkit pkexec flaw

News, Reviews & Betas which includes large community peer support

Initial Access Broker Involved in Log4Shell Attacks Against VMware Horizon Servers

Researchers link an initial access broker to recent Log4Shell attacks against unpatched VMware Horizon servers.

iPhone Becomes Top Smartphone in China for First Time in Six Years

Apple became the top smartphone brand in China for the first time in six years in the fourth quarter of 2021, Counterpoint Research reports.

YouTube Shorts surpasses five trillion total views in less than two years

YouTube announced a new milestone for Shorts as well as future plans to expand its monetization options for creators, including the use of NFTs.

There's a new App Store Connect API refresh for developers

Apple has updated its App Store Connect API to give developers "greater flexibility to automate and customize workflows" for their app.

Mac: How to clear the cache, history, and cookies in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox

This step-by-step guide with images covers how to clear the Mac cache, history, and cookies in Safari and other browsers.

Post-quantum cryptography provider PQShield raises $20M

As quantum computers develop, there's an emerging need for post-quantum cryptography to prevent these devices from decrypting secure apps.

Journeys to Acceptance

Jessica Mitchell's photobook is a part-fictional, part-biographical account of a woman coming to terms with her sexuality and sense of self.

“Here we go again”

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

LineageOS 18.1 now supports the OnePlus 9

After supporting the high-end Pro model, LineageOS 18.1 builds based upon Android 11 are now available for the smaller, cheaper OnePlus 9.

Launching This Week: NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3050 - Ampere For Low-End Gaming

First announced as part of NVIDIAs CES 2022 presentation, the companys new GeForce RTX 3050 desktop video card is finally rolling out to retailers this month.

 

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Rahul Gandhi thinks the Modi government stunted his Twitter following

The Congress alleges that the BJP is stopping his voice from reaching India's masses.

tvOS 15.4 beta adds ‘Up Next’ queue to Apple TV video player

The tvOS 15.4 beta update brings some tweaks to the default Apple TV video player, which now shows the user's "Up Next" queue.

No. 1 Ash Barty to meet powerhouse Danielle Collins in Australian Open final

Barty is the first Australian woman into the decider of her home Grand Slam since Wendy Turnbull in 1980 and is aiming to become the first winner since Chris O'Neil two years earlier.

Facebook Messenger adds some essential features to its end-to-end encrypted chats

End-to-end encrypted group chats and calls are now possible.

Judge nixes Biden admin's Gulf of Mexico oil leases in climate-focused ruling

"Barreling full-steam ahead with blinders on was simply not a reasonable action" for the Interior Department, judge said.

Data mesh: What it is and why you should care

This year, you wont be able to escape the data mesh, one of the most disruptive trends currently operating in the data and analytics world.

The first ever gaming Chromebooks are currently in the works

A new rumor says that gaming Chromebooks might be closer than ever, with three separate projects already in development.

Alice Neel: Collector of Souls

In 1950s America Alice Neel painted portraits of one of her neighbours, Georgie Arce, from childhood to adolescence.

Google believes ‘Android Tablets’ are ‘future of computing’ w/ an Android co-founder part of push

Sometime in the past year, Google looks to have formed a new Android Tablets initiative. In fact, one of Androids co-founder rejoined the OS team to be part of that effort.

Power tool companies have discovered USB-C — and DeWalt’s two-way charger sounds awesome

Brands like Ryobi and DeWalt are all testing the waters with USB-C powered battery options, and one of them looks seriously neat.

Quick Charge Podcast: January 27, 2022

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

The new Fraggles play Frictionary in new 'Fraggle Rock' video

Apple TV+ has released a new video that drops Ed Helms, Cynthia Erivo, and Daveed Diggs in a game of Frictonary.

Federal Court Revokes Oil and Gas Leases, Citing Climate Change

A judge ruled that the Interior Department must consider the climate impacts of oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico before awarding leases.

FCC approves broadband 'nutrition labels' to help you shop for internet

The FCC is moving forward with plans to mandate "nutrition labels" for broadband providers, requiring them to display relevant information for consumers.

Retro enthusiasts Hyperkin want to revive Microsoft's Zune (maybe?)

Is there a timeline where the Zune still exists? Probably not, but maybe Hyperkin has something to say about that.

A NetherRealm Dev Has Possibly ‘Leaked’ Evidence of Mortal Kombat 12

A NetherRealm employe may have leaked some evidence pertaining to Mortal Kombat 12. The studio has not yet confirmed what it was working on.

Space Force’s troubled space-tracking system is officially shut down

The Space Force announced Jan. 26 it has closed down the last remaining piece of the troubled Joint Mission System (JMS).

New Tracking Global Online Censorship Site Explains Content Moderation Practices and Impacts

Content moderation has become a critical topic across the globe.

Apple’s Q1 2022 Was Strong, but iPad and Japan Raise Questions

Apple had a typical record-breaking quarter, with especially robust growth for the Mac. But iPad and Japanese sales were notably weak, with no satisfactory answers from Apple.

Scammers Stole at Least $770 Million Through Social Media in 2021

More than 95,000 people say they were scammed out of at least $770 million in losses to fraud initiated on social networks.

Windows 11 Build 22543 rolling out with UI improvements and more

Windows 11 Build 22543 is now rolling out to testers in the Dev Channel and it comes with changes that could ship in the fall of 2022 as part of Sun Valley 2.

Spotify Was Never Going to Drop Joe Rogan

Neil Young removed his music from the platform to protest Rogan's vaccine disinformation. But Spotify is unlikely to cave on its star.

MediaTek Kompanio 1380 SoC, with an octa-core CPU, to power premium Chromebooks

News, Reviews & Betas which includes large community peer support

Why everyone is playing Yu-Gi-Oh! out of nowhere

Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel is a runaway success on Steam. The competitive card game is free to download on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Austrian DPA Ruling Against Google Analytics Paves the Way to EU-based Cloud Services

In a recent ruling, the Austrian data regulator declared the use of Google Analytics unlawful based on EU GDPR regulation.