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The orca that wore around her dead calf is pregnant again

L72 pregnancy: The picture above shows the change in shape of L72, a killer whale with a southern resident population, between September 2019 and July 2020. It is now in the late stage of pregnancy.photo:: The Southwest Fisheries Science Center of SR3 and NOAA in 2019 / SR3 and SEA in 2020 (NMFS Research Permit 19091) In 2018, the collective …

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New York City is finally getting Revel Scooter off the street

photo:: Drew Angerer (Getty Images) With a top speed of 30 miles per hour and a growing body of Malfunction-based lawsuits As of today, Revel’s fleet of app-rentable mopeds no longer works in his hometown of New York. Who could have seen this coming except for absolutely everyone. After a second driver was killed within just eight days, Mayor Bill …

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This baseball cap has a reusable pulldown face mask

All of the products presented here are independently selected by our editors and authors. If you buy something through links on our website, Mashable can earn a partner commission. The unique shape of Hide-a-Mask has a breathing pocket that prevents the mask from suffocating your mouth so you can speak and breathe freely. Image: Hideamask By Leah StodartMashable shopping2020-07-28 15:05:35 …

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The CES 2021 will be completely online

For the first time in decades, the tech world is leaving Las Vegas alone in January. The Consumer Technology Association announced Tuesday that CES 2021 will be a “fully digital event” due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, January 6-9, 2021. The press release described exactly how it will actually work, but the point is clear: for the first time since …

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Old microbes come to life under the sea floor after 100 million years

Enlarged image with revived microbes from 101.5Millions of years old sediment.image:: JAMSTEC Scientists have revived 100 million year old microbes found deep under the ocean floor, dramatically expanding our view of where and how long life exists on Earth. An international team of scientists led by geomicrobiologist Yuki Morono from the Japanese Agency for Sea Soil Research and Technology has …

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XPrize gives the developer cheaper, faster COVID-19 tests $ 5 million

Technology giants like Google and Amazon have pledged support for a $ 5 million contest to accelerate cheap and fast COVID-19 testing in the United States The competition is hosted by XPrize, the non-profit organization that develops public competitions to solve global challenges with high grants. Recently, the first team to create a working robot avatar by 2021 was offered …

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Australia brush fire affected or killed 3 billion animals

A koala named Paul from the Lake Innes Nature Reserve is recovering from his intensive care unit burn at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on November 29, 2019 in Port Macquarie, Australia.photo:: Nathan Edwards (Getty Images) Almost 3 billion animals have been killed or displaced by the devastation Australia bushfire from 2019 and 2020 show new research results. That’s about triples …

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CES 2021 is officially canceled and will be a purely digital experience

illustration:: Association of consumer technology Listen carefully, do you hear that? That’s the sound of hundreds of thousands of tech journalists, buyers, and exhibitors who are relieved when the Consumer Technology Association announced today that its annual consumer electronics show in January 2021 will be a purely digital experience. The huge fair, which usually takes place every year shortly after …

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The Sony A7SIII seems to destroy the competition

photo:: Sony Sony sold the most last year mirrorless full-frame cameras in Japanand while Canon and Nikon are trying to catch up, Sony today announces the latest mirrorless high-end camera – the A7SIII – that appears to be wiping out the competition. Now I fully admit that using “crush” in this way is somewhat hyperbolic. Since the camera will not …

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Donald Trump Jr. has been suspended from Twitter for posting misleading COVID-19 news

Donald Trump Jr., the president’s online son, was temporarily suspended from Twitter on Monday after posting a misleading video about COVID-19. Trump Jr. has shared a video by the far-right news agency Breitbart that is filled with dangerous misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic. The video promoted the unproven (and sometimes dangerous) drug, hydroxychloroquine, downplayed the need for masks, and challenged …

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