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The scary blood clots from Covid-19 are not that surprising

It is still completely unknown how Covid-19 causes blood clots. This could be done indirectly by increasing inflammation throughout the body. Or it could infect the lining on the inside of the blood vessels. These endothelial cells regulate how much fluid can flow into each vessel and help coordinate the coagulation response after an injury. The virus could cause these …

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Why meat packaging plants have become Covid-19 hotspots

This is not surprising for Ingrid Gould Ellen, who heads the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at New York University. In a recent analysis of the neighborhood’s demographics, Covid 19 case reports from the Department of Health, and driver data from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, her research team found that the disease was most likely to spread …

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When the cities reopen, eating outdoors can be a lifeline

The virus can be transmitted by droplets that an infected person coughs or sneezes, but researchers are still not sure how contagious these droplets are. The epidemiological work done so far suggests that most cases are associated with close and persistent contact, Milton says, although this does not mean that other types of transmission are impossible. Further research suggests that …

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Kuo: Mass production of Apple’s mini LED technology will start in the third quarter of 2020

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the development of hardware based on Apple’s mini LED displays was not significantly affected by the global health crisis, but could have increased acceptance of the technology in the short term. In a research report with MacRumors’ TF International Securities, Kuo said today that mass production of mini LED chips, panels, assemblies, and terminals …

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We know when Android 11 Beta arrives

The original Android 11 Developer Preview program showed that we would receive multiple previews before a more public beta in May. Google has now unveiled the first Android 11 beta will arrive in June with a special online presentation. You can think of this as a replacement for Google I / O that was canceled due to corona virus. The …

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TiVo Stream 4K is here and its price is so good at launch

There’s a possible new Android TV king in town, folks. TiVo has released its new one TiVo Stream 4K Dongle today at an introductory price of $ 49.99 that gives you 4K streams and Android TV (or is it Google TV now?) In a very compelling package. This TiVo Stream 4K was first presented at CES earlier this year as …

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New dongle with Android TV from Nest, detailed

We don’t talk about it Android TV too much here, but that’s only because there’s never a lot going on in this area. Today, however, it is strangely different. We’ve already talked about how Google should change the name Android TV to Google TV, and TiVo’s new Android TV for $ 50. For our next reporting we are talking about …

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Here is the new release schedule for Android 11

Along with the launch of Developer Preview 4 of Android 11 this morning, Google has provided an updated release schedule for Android 11 as a whole. It’s all pretty simple, as you can see below, but things are a bit delayed due to COVID-19. The first beta is scheduled to be released on June 3rd, followed by the second beta …

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Google tests Live Caption for Chrome

The latest Canarian version of the Chrome browser found that Google was testing Android Live caption Feature. If you are not familiar, Live Caption, when activated on an Android phone, can literally broadcast all audio data on the device live. It is very useful when it is needed. This feature may soon be available everywhere in Chrome browsers. If you’re …

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