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Space photos of the week: Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse!

The star on the right shoulder of the Orion constellation is a red supergiant called Betelgeuse. (Don't say it three times in a row, otherwise Michael Keaton will appear at your door.) This star, one of the brightest in the night sky, is easy to find because Orion is such an iconic constellation. However, Betelgeuse began to weaken about 700 …

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Finally, physicists confirm the fastest way to get on an airplane

Commercial airlines often prefer boarding passengers with young children or those who need additional assistance – in other words, who are likely to stow their pockets and take their places more slowly – before boarding the faster passengers. It's not intuitive, but it turns out that boarding slower passengers for the first time results in a more efficient process and …

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FBI crashes with 12 billion records stolen

Storm clouds are gathering in the cybersecurity world. Russian hackers have probably targeted Burisma, the Ukrainian oil company, which is at the center of Donald Trump's various conspiracies in Biden. If so, you can bet with good money that they will selectively expire politically harmful documents before the 2020 elections. The Justice Department is pressuring Apple to undermine iPhone encryption …

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The 7 best portable coffee machines: Aeropress, Delter and more

There are three basic, vital coffee brewing tips that I will share. Finding good, fresh beans: Great coffee starts with high-quality beans. Quality beans also make cheap brewing facilities shine. And high quality means fresh. Find a local coffee roaster near you. For testing, I used beans from the Jittery Joe's Roasting Company in Athens, Georgia, especially the wake-n-bake blend. …

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14 Best Tech Deals for WIRED's Favorite Gear (Jan. 2020)

Time flies quickly. It feels like New Year's Eve was only yesterday, but it's already mid-January. Before we go through the end of the month, we have some discounts for you. Some of our favorites this week are affordable TVs from TCL – they could come in handy for the upcoming Super Bowl – and it's also a good time …

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E-commerce warehouses get a chic makeover in Paris

Paris is noble and calls the distribution centers "logistic hotels" – les hôtels logistiques . In the French capital, as in other wealthy cities around the world, cheap or free “instant deliveries” are offered. Companies like Amazon, DPD and Deliveroo have exploded in the past decade. French consumers make around 400 million Internet purchases annually, valued at around $ 734 …

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PopSockets, Sonos and Tile ask Congress to test big tech

David Barnett, former professor of philosophy and founder and CEO of PopSockets, said that his interactions with Amazon had often affected “bullying with a smile”. As with many companies, PopSockets is a popular plastic handle that can be attached to smartphones that discovered counterfeit versions of their products a few years ago that were offered for sale on Amazon. According …

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The latest beta version of iOS 13.3.1 includes toggle to disable the U1 ultra broadband chip

The second beta of iOS 13.3.1, released earlier this month, includes a switch to disable the ultra broadband chip in the device. Found by Twitter user Brandon Butch (via 9to5Mac ). Switching is done by opening the Settings app, selecting Privacy, selecting Location Services, selecting System Services and then unchecking the "Networking & Wireless" option. Disabling this feature warns that …

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& # 39; Cyberpunk 2077 & # 39; is delayed

The first weeks of a new year always have a little change. The release dates are mixed up, rumors are piling up, and apparently there is always news. Fortunately, this week's replay summary will help you. Below are some of the key video game news from the past week. Let's go. Cyberpunk 2077 and Final Fantasy VII remake are both …

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