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iPhone 13 camera before iPhone 14 launch: Apple and Android keep failing to make real camera phones

iPhone 13 camera before iPhone 14 launch: Apple and Android keep failing to make real camera phones

Photography, as your parents or grandparents used to know it, is a dying breed. If 20 years ago the idea of a photograph was to capture an important moment in one’s life as authentically as possible, today we’re living in a different world… Fair enough, not everyone owned a camera in 1980, and phones have …

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Why everyone's wearing NASA-branded clothes | CNN Business

Why everyone’s wearing NASA-branded clothes | CNN Business

New York CNN Business  —  On any given day, a thirty minute walk around New York City can yield at least a few NASA logo sightings. They’re on backpacks, t-shirts, sneakers, hats, sweatshirts, phone cases, tote bags and jackets. Once you start noticing them, it’s hard to stop. There have been several trend pieces about …

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FIA clarifies Gran Turismo relationship and future

Motor racing’s governing body had previously been officially tied to the exclusive PlayStation gaming series, with there being an FIA-certified Gran Turismo World Series from 2018 to 2021. This included regular online competitions and a number of select Esports events around the world which culminated in a World Series Final. However, things have changed since …

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Early universe

Studying the first stars through the fog of the early Universe

Observing the birth of the first stars and galaxies has been a goal of astronomers for decades. It will explain the evolution of the Universe. The University of Cambridge‘s team has created a technique that will enable them to see and study the first stars through the hydrogen clouds that covered the Universe some 378,000 …

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Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think

Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think

But clicking the “private” browsing option might not protect you as much as you think, some privacy experts say. These options have different names — Private Browsing on Safari and Firefox, and Incognito mode on Chrome — but the functionality is similar on each. In these private modes, the chosen browser does not keep a …

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The St. Regis building overlooking Boston's harbor where two pharmaceutical executives from two different companies bought nearly two nearly $5 million condos on the same day in 2021

Execs at COVID vaccine manufacturer Moderna triggered property boom near Boston HQ

As Moderna’s profits soared during the Covid-19 pandemic, their executives and even their employees have been reaping the benefits in the form of pricey real estate close to the company’s headquarters in the Boston-area.  According to a new feature in the Wall Street Journal, one unnamed Moderna executive put in an offer to buy a …

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Moon to become 'pit stop' for humans to travel to other parts of the solar system

Moon to become ‘pit stop’ for humans to travel to other parts of the solar system

The moon could become an enormous rocket interchange and a pit stop for humans to travel to other parts of the solar system by 2069 – the 100th anniversary of the first lunar landing. This month marks 53 years since humanity took a giant leap and the NASA Apollo 11 mission put US astronauts Neil …

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Supermassive blackhole influences star formation

A European team of astronomers led by Professor Kalliopi Dasyra of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, under participation of Dr. Thomas Bisbas, University of Cologne modelled several emission lines in Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) and Very Large Telescope (VLT) observations to measure the gas pressure in both jet-impacted clouds and ambient …

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