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New Apple software updates will help you deal with motion sickness

Apple is rolling out updates to both iOS and CarPlay with a focus on accessibility, aiming to assist users dealing with motion sickness and hearing impairments. A screenshot from the video illustrating the principle...

Preserving Birthday Memories: A Guide to Creating Keepsakes

Birthdays are special moments that deserve to be cherished and remembered for a lifetime. In this digital age, there are various ways to preserve these precious memories, from capturing videos to clicking countless...

Ariane 6 launch of 3Cat-4: reflecting on Earth

Europe’s newest rocket soon launches, taking with it many space missions each with a unique objective, destination and team at home, cheering them on. Whether launching new satellites to look back and study Earth, peer...

Professional consecutive interpretation services – Technology Org

The modern culturally diversified environment requires information to be shared and understood accurately to avoid misunderstandings. While some individuals speak a language fluently as their mother tongue, others need interpretation to understand what’s being...

Mutations in noncoding DNA become functional in some cancer-driving genes

Some genes are known to drive cancer, and astonishing new research shows why: Mutations in the noncoding regions become functional, altering the abundance of messenger RNA, or mRNA, and potentially facilitating cell proliferation. Even...

A once-dormant magnetic neutron star is emitting strangely polarised light

Magnetars are neutron stars with strong magnetic fields. With CSIRO astronomers, Dr Manisha Caleb from the School of Physics has found one of the most powerful magnets discovered – XTE J1810-197 – and it...

New privacy-preserving robotic cameras obscure images beyond human recognition

Robotic researchers have developed a new approach to designing cameras, which they say could help protect the images and data collected by smart home devices and internet-of-things technology.

How Contactless Technologies Are Shaping the Future of Retail

The retail landscape is changing, and contactless technology is leading the charge. Gone are the days of fumbling for cash or cards; a simple tap or scan now suffices. This shift isn’t just about...

OpenAI announced new tool to detect images created by DALL·E 3

OpenAI, the organization behind ChatGPT, announced on Tuesday the launch of a new tool capable of detecting images created by its text-to-image generator, DALL·E 3.

Exploring the Google’s Pixel Tablet: a blend of tablet and smart home hub

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, Google’s Pixel Tablet emerges as a unique fusion of traditional tablet functionality and the burgeoning category of Smart Home displays. While not boasting cutting-edge features, this device offers...

Neutrons rule the roost for cage-free lithium ions

An international team of scientists found a way to improve battery design that could produce safer, more powerful lithium batteries. Scientists using neutrons set the first benchmark (one nanosecond) for a polymer-electrolyte and lithium-salt mixture....

Exploring the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro: an overview

Apple’s latest flagship phones, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, have stirred up anticipation and speculation. As tech enthusiasts eagerly awaited the unveiling of new features and enhancements, let’s delve into what these...

Exploring the History of Consoles: From Nintendo to Sony

The gaming industry has witnessed the rise and fall of various consoles over the years. From Nintendo’s groundbreaking innovations to Sony’s dominance in the market, each era has brought its own set of challenges...

UQ turns CO2 into sustainable power

University of Queensland researchers have built a generator that absorbs carbon dioxide (CO2) to make electricity. Dr Zhuyuan Wang from UQ’s Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation says the small, proof-of-concept nanogenerator is carbon negative...

The watch of the richest man who traveled on the Titanic sold

A gold pocket watch that belonged to the richest man who traveled on the Titanic is being sold at auction, DPA reported. It could be worth up to £150,000 ($187,743). Businessman John Jacob Astor died...

Astronomers capture magnetic fields twirling around black hole

A new image has revealed powerful, organised magnetic fields spiralling out from the edge of the supermassive black hole Sagittarius A*

Unveiling the Alienware Gaming Setup: an overview

Embark on a journey through the latest Alienware gaming setup, where cutting-edge technology meets sleek design. In this comprehensive article, we’ll delve into each component of the setup, from the monitor to the peripherals...

Virtual Sensors Help Aerial Vehicles Stay Aloft When Rotors Fail

“In order to realize the full potential of these electric fliers, you need an intelligent control system that improves their robustness and especially their resilience against a variety of faults,” says Soon-Jo Chung, Bren...

A new name for a sustainable future

Understanding and managing global change and achieving a sustainable future is a task to which the Max Planck Society is committed.

This tiny chip can safeguard user data while enabling efficient computing on a smartphone

Researchers have developed a security solution with this tiny chip for power-hungry AI models that offers protection against two common attacks.

In Norway are counting the “witches” burned in the Middle Ages

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology presented the results of a study that investigated "wizard" trials. Scholars have found that similar trials in Norway did not end until the 18th century, and hundreds...

First drug that slows down Alzheimer’s disease already exists, but why doctors are skeptical?

Nine months after its introduction in the U.S., Eisai and Biogen’s Alzheimer’s drug Leqembi is encountering significant resistance in its widespread adoption, largely due to skepticism among some doctors about the efficacy of treating...

Scientists gave mice water with the amount of microplastics estimated to be ingested by humans each week

In recent years, anxiety about the spread of microplastics has been growing. It is in the oceans, even in animals and plants, and in the bottled water we drink daily.

Should You Use a Cleaning App for Your iPhone?

If you find yourself constantly tapping away on your iPhone, trying to free up space and achieve speed boost, you may start to consider purchasing a cleaner app.

Craving snacks after a meal? It might be food-seeking neurons, not an overactive appetite

People who find themselves rummaging around in the refrigerator for a snack not long after they’ve eaten a filling meal might have overactive food-seeking neurons, not an overactive appetite. UCLA psychologists have discovered a circuit...
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