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Five iOS apps worth checking out – December 2019

Our YouTube channel has an ongoing video series that introduces new, interesting and useful iOS apps that we think are worth downloading and checking out. There are so many apps on the iOS App Store that finding new apps to download can be tricky. It's also easy to miss great apps that are a bit older. Our app lists contain …

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A SpaceX Beer Supply Run, a Sketchy Baby Yoda Merch and more news

Counterfeiters and rocket engines tremble, but first: a cartoon about when Keto goes awry. Here are the messages you need to know in two minutes or less. Would you like to receive this two-minute summary as an e-mail every weekday? Login here! Today's news SpaceX brings the science of fire, mice and beer to the ISS SpaceX launched this morning …

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Apple Seeds fourth beta of watchOS 6.1.1 for developers

Apple today distributed the fourth beta of an upcoming watchOS 6.1.1 update to developers for testing purposes, two weeks after the release of the third beta and more than a month after the release of the watchOS 6.1 update. After installing the correct configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center, the new watchOS beta can be downloaded from the dedicated …

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Alleged Russian hacker behind $ 100 million Evil Corp accused

For the last decade, Evil Corp hackers have been aggressively attacking the bank accounts of thousands of victims in dozens of countries. Through the constant development of Bugat's malware, they have indiscriminately withdrawn tens of millions of dollars from ignorant victims. The FBI on Thursday accused the alleged leader of Evil Corp. Maksim V. Yakubets, also known as "Aqua" allegedly …

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Volcanic fighters investigate Kilauea with shovels and drones

Measuring the temperature of lava (somewhere between 1,500 and 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit) is not easy. Most thermometers melt or are simply not practical in this field. Therefore, other methods have to be developed. The Gansecki team conducted the samples in a nearby laboratory through a device called the energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer. The lava crystallizes on cooling. Therefore, the researchers …

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Nobody knows why rocks explode from the asteroid Bennu

For a year, the NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx has been orbiting a large asteroid called Bennu, which regularly moves uncomfortably close to the earth. The spacecraft meticulously mapped the rocky surface of the asteroid with a series of cameras and other instruments to determine where to land next year. Once NASA has selected a final landing site, OSIRIS-REx kisses Bennu only …

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Watchmen is finally called a hit

Hello and welcome to The Monitor, WIRED's summary of the biggest news in pop culture. What is happening in the world right now? First, humans appear in large numbers to observe Guardian . Also, Taylor Swift (maybe) goes to the Sundance Film Festival and there is a new Mulan trailer. We dive. Watchmen receives good viewer ratings It turned out …

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