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Save 33% on a gaming fantasy with this curved 43-inch monitor

Lenovo Ultra-wide curved monitors are still rare enough to turn your head. In the truest sense of the word, because at 40 inches or more you have to turn your head to absorb everything. However, ultrawide displays are increasingly popular alternatives to standard monitors and side-by-side dual monitors. The Lenovo Legion Y44w-10 is a real beast at 43.4 inches, and …

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Tech titans pounded by Congress in historic antitrust hearing

Four of America’s richest and most powerful technology leaders faced grueling audiences before the U.S. House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee on Wednesday, facing tough questions about suspected predatory business practices, theft of digital content, and aggressive copying and buying by competing companies. The hearing, which has lasted more than three hours, has been uncomfortable for Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook, Jeff …

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These face masks are made for children. You can find it here

For the latest news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. It is important to find at least one face mask for children that fits your child’s face precisely and comfortably, especially with Coronavirus cases are currently increasing in the United States and the World Health Organization is demanding further evidence for the transmission of the virus …

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The Google One storage now offers some functions for free

Google offers some cloud storage features for free to all Google account holders. Angela Lang / CNET Google announced on Wednesday that for the first time, it will offer free access to some features of its Google One cloud storage, including automatic phone backup for Android and iOS Users – even if they don’t have a Google One account. A …

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Scientists find out why your body odor smells so strong

BO can be traced back to a specific enzyme. University of York / Unilever Researchers have focused on the source of our stench. The same team that identified the handful of bacteria responsible for the smell of the human body has now gone one step further and identified the enzyme that works in these organisms. It’s a cysteine-thiol-lyase (CT-lyase) enzyme …

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