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Google Disruption Shuts Down Youtube, Snapchat, and Other Services

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Google Disruption

A four-hour disruption caused many Google-related services to stop working temporarily. Youtube, Snapchat, Discord, and Vimeo are but a few platforms affected by the outage. Four-Hour Google Outage Disrupts Youtube, Snapchat, and Discord On June 2, at 3 PM ET, Google experienced a four-hours-long disruption in many services the company’s Cloud powers, leading to their…

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SpaceX and NASA Begin Tests of Dragon Astronaut Capsule Today

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Dragon Astronaut Capsule

Dragon is the first free-flying capsule after shuttles became a thing of the past in 2011, designed to carry cargo and astronauts to space. SpaceX Company Elon Musk established SpaceX in 2002. The company designs, produces, and launches progressive rockets and spacecraft. The aim is to revolutionize space technology, with the primary goal to enable…

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Tech Review — $159 AirPods VS. a $35 Knockoff

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AirPods Tech

Is it better to spend the sky-high amount of $159 when there is an identical wireless variant of earbuds for $35? Join us in our honest review to find out! Is a True Copy Actually Better Than the Original? Once you place the two side by side, it’s extremely hard to tell the difference between…

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San Francisco Residents Will Live Without Facial Recognition Technology From Now On

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San Francisco Residents Will Live Without Facial Recognition Technology From Now On

On Tuesday, San Francisco banned law enforcement from using facial technology recognition on its residents. This represents the first ever ban of such kind in the country. This ordinance passed by an eight to one vote. What’s more, law and order will now have to reveal which surveillance technology they actually use, like cell-site simulators—that…

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Microsoft Announces Better User Experience

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Microsoft

Program Manager of the Edge team, Fred Pullen, explained some software instances at the Microsoft Build Conference this week. The project is well underway and is still an integral part of the Microsoft Windows OS. However, surprisingly for the users or the IT department, Pullen still thinks that the new version of Internet Explorer gives…

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Tracking Technology Successfully Decreases Lost Luggage Rate

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Luggage Rate

It seems that there won’t be many frustrating experiences with misplaced or lost luggage at the airports in the future. According to SITA, the percentage of luggage loss has decreased to 34% at the airports that applied tracking technology during loading. Facing these encouraging numbers, numerous airports started using luggage-tracking technology in every stage of…

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Picking Credit Cards: Millennials Favor Travel Perks

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Travel Perks

According to the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation), in 2017, there were 4,909 FDIC-insured commercial banks in the United States. With so many banks on offer, it’s only normal for the US residents to have a wealth of banking options to chose from. So, how to pick which credit card you want to use? Banks…

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Amsterdam Plan On Decreasing On Tourists To Fight Overcrowdedness

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Amsterdam

The Netherlands is a country famous for clogs, windmills, and tulips. It’s a relatively small country that borders with the North Sea — with an area size of just above 16,000 square miles, it’s around the size of Maryland. However, this has not stopped them from attracting 18 million tourists a year. Estimates show this…

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Cardiovascular Diseases Will Be No More If Only There Are Enough Walnuts

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Top view of a bag of walnuts on white background

The research funded by California Walnut Commission propelled scientists at Pennsylvania State University to examine the beneficial properties of walnuts. The results clearly showed that plant-based alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) found in walnuts can greatly benefit the cardiovascular system. The most deadly illness in the U.S, according to the American Heart Association (AHA), is the cardiovascular…

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Craig Mazin’s Miniseries Bring out the Less Heard Story About the Truth That Many Didn’t Dare to See

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new show Chernobyl

In the spring of 1986, a dark cloud rose from the USSR threatening the whole European civilization. Many innocent lives were lost, many people fell ill, the contamination spread and penetrated the core of the once healthy ground, leaving not a single being, or fiber, of the community unscathed. The sickness pierced both the nature…

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