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Julian Assange faces new conspiracy allegations

Julian Assange was Back in the news this week, but also a group called Distributed Denial of Secrets, which has taken on the WikiLeaks coat in many ways. In the past year and a half, DDoSecrets has released a lot of sensitive data from anonymous contributors. And this week, a dump called BlueLeaks was released – 269 gigabytes of police …

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OnePlus Z Benchmarks Have Been Leaked

  Apart from Apple, which has earned fierce dedication from fans, OnePlus is a brand with one of the biggest cult followings in the smartphone industry. It’s managed to build this loyal customer base in just a few years, having released its first device, the OnePlus 1 in 2014. One of the things that helped it achieve this was the …

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Facebook acquires the GIF sharing and creation platform GIPHY for USD 400 million

Facebook announced today that it has acquired the popular GIF sharing platform GIPHY and will join the Instagram team. Instagram has been supporting GIPHY search in stories for years, but Facebook said it would “further integrate the platform’s GIF library into Instagram and other Facebook apps.” Facebook’s total GIPHY acquisition is said to be approximately $ 400 million Axios. Finally, …

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Coming soon: A nuclear reactor – with a 3D printed core

Kurt Terrani wants to accelerate the future of nuclear energy – so he turned to her past. For the past year and a half, Terrani and a team of physicists, engineers, and computer scientists from the Oak Ridge National Lab in Tennessee have designed and built the components for a gas-cooled nuclear reactor. It’s a type of reactor that’s almost …

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Why Facebook censored an anti-Trump ad

The reason, explains Facebook spokesman Andrew Stone, is that the Lincoln project is not an advertisement of a campaign politician, but an external organization. If candidates for a public office pay Facebook to prove that they have made false claims themselves, Facebook will be happy to include them in the news feeds of a target group. However, if the advertiser …

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Vollebak’s metal jacket is armor against … something

Vollebak is no Strangers in fantastic clothes. The company developed the world’s first graphene jacket, an algae t-shirt that biodegrades in 12 weeks, and a solar-powered barrel top that can absorb light and then take on kryptonite green glowing in the dark (to name just a few) brand catalog). And now Vollebak has turned its attention to the disease-resistant properties …

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How to set up your Echo Dot (and get the most out of it)

Amazon’s skills store interface somehow manages to overwhelm as well as overwhelm. If you think you want X, there is likely a skill for it – though you need to see if that skill works well. You will find many useful Echo apps along the way. Here we have summarized some of our preferred options for using Echo Apps. Call …

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Will empty bleachers change the psychology of sport?

Just like the hair salons in Dallas and the coffee shops in Colorado, some professional sports leagues are reopening, albeit with a twist. The German Bundesliga soccer league kicks off in front of empty stadiums on Saturday, while this week’s U.S.-based major league soccer suggested moving all 26 teams to Orlando in June to play in a Disney World / …

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Silicon Valley is rethinking the (home) office

Tech for years Companies have attracted talent with sweet perks in the office: lavish lunch buffets, draft beer and wine, on-site massage therapy and chiropractic. Working for Apple, Google, Facebook, or Salesforce doesn’t just mean: job, but to get access to some of the best places for Silicon Valley members only: Apple Park or Googleplex or 1 Hacker Way. There …

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