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    Apple iOS 15: Expected features, release date, compatible devices, and more

    While Apple is yet to release the stable version of the iOS 14.5, leaks and rumours about the company’s upcoming iOS 15 mobile operating system have started making rounds online. A recent report has surfaced online which asserts that the iOS 15 will support a dual security system, a redesigned Control Centre, and other features. […] More

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    The Epic Games Store lost $454 million in the past two years

    In context: Epic Games has been spending the big bucks to compete against Steam. From free game offerings to signing exclusivity deals with third party developers, Epic has been somewhat successful at pulling more customers to its platform, but at what cost? As detailed in the company’s court filings in the lawsuit against Apple, Epic […] More

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    Study shows a slight increase in eating disorders, one of the deadliest psychiatric health concerns — ScienceDaily

    A new probe into the lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic revealed correlations to six unhealthy eating behaviors, according to a study by the University of Minnesota Medical School and School of Public Health. Researchers say the most concerning finding indicates a slight increase or the re-emergence of eating disorders, which kill roughly 10,200 people […] More

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    Worldwide PC shipments grew 32% year-on-year in Q1 2021: Gartner

    Worldwide PC shipments hit a total of 69.9 million units in the first quarter of 2021, showing a 32% increase from Q1 2021, showed a preliminary report by Gartner Inc. With a weak first quarter in 2020, PC shipments recorded the fastest year-on-year growth since 200, as per the report. “This growth should be viewed […] More

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    New Jurassic flying reptile reveals the oldest opposed thumb — ScienceDaily

    A new 160-million-year-old arboreal pterosaur species, dubbed ‘Monkeydactyl’, has the oldest true opposed thumb — a novel structure previously not known in pterosaurs. An international team of researchers from China, Brazil, UK, Denmark and Japan have described a new Jurassic pterosaur Kunpengopterus antipollicatus, which was discovered in the Tiaojishan Formation of Liaoning, China. It is […] More

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    OnePlus Watch review: Stylish and to the point

    OnePlus clearly has aspirations well beyond being a smartphone brand… like any other smartphone company. Its latest launch is the OnePlus Watch, a premium smart timepiece that plugs in seamlessly into its ecosystems of devices and also tries to propagate its unique sense of style. With so many affordable smart watches in the market now, […] More

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    The findings pave the way for development of more efficient, next-gen LEDs covering the entire visible spectrum — ScienceDaily

    Researchers from the Low Energy Electronic Systems (LEES) Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) at Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), MIT’s research enterprise in Singapore, together with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and National University of Singapore (NUS) have found a method to quantify the distribution of compositional fluctuations in the indium gallium nitride (InGaN) […] More

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    VI announces new VIC chatbot: Will offer 24/7 assistance on Google, here’s how

    Vodafone Idea (Vi) has now integrated its VIC Chatbot with Google’s Business Messages to provide real-time 24×7 customer support to all Vi users using smartphones. With this announcement, Vi says it has become the first telecom operator in India to integrate with Google’s Business Messages in India. The AI-powered VIC chatbot has been integrated with […] More

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    Why some of us are hungry all the time — ScienceDaily

    New research shows that people who experience big dips in blood sugar levels, several hours after eating, end up feeling hungrier and consuming hundreds more calories during the day than others. A study published today in Nature Metabolism, from PREDICT, the largest ongoing nutritional research program in the world that looks at responses to food […] More

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    Can we end the cage age? Switch to cage-free alternatives for farm animals is possible, but only with appropriate supporting measures — ScienceDaily

    Between 2018 and 2020, 1,4 million EU citizens signed the petition ‘End the Cage Age’, with the aim of ending cage housing for farm animals in Europe. In response to this citizens initiative, the European Parliament requested a study by Utrecht University researchers on the possibilities to end cage housing. On 13 April, the scientists […] More

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    Bigger brains gave squirrels the capacity to move up in the world — ScienceDaily

    Squirrels and other tree-dwelling rodents evolved to have bigger brains than their burrowing cousins, a study suggests. This greater brain power has given them key abilities needed to thrive in woodland habitats, including better vision and motor skills, and improved head and eye movements, researchers say. Scientists have shed light on how the brains of […] More

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    Must have WordPress Plugins for different Business Websites

    WordPress plugins are very crucial building blocks of your WordPress site. WordPress plugins allow you to add new features and functionalities to your website in the least amount of time and money. Plugins also affect your website’s performance like web speed, security, and performance, so you should be careful before using any plugin. It is […] More

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    Women ‘risk’ grey hair to feel authentic — ScienceDaily

    Many women “risk” allowing natural grey hair to show in order to feel authentic, a new study shows. Researchers from the University of Exeter surveyed women who chose not to dye their grey hair, and found a “conflict” between looking natural and being seen as competent. Participants in the study — mostly from English-speaking countries […] More

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    Researchers create special light waves that can penetrate even opaque materials as if the material was not even there. — ScienceDaily

    For any disordered medium (such as a sugar cube, for example), special light waves can be found which are practically not changed by the medium, only attenuated. These ‘scattering invariant light modes’ could play a major role in new imaging technologies. Why is sugar not transparent? Because light that penetrates a piece of sugar is […] More

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    Intel in talks to produce chips for automakers within six to nine months: CEO

    The chief executive of Intel Corp told Reuters on Monday the company is in talks to start producing chips for car makers to alleviate a shortage that has idled automotive factories. Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger said the company is talking to companies that design chips for automakers about manufacturing those chips inside Intel’s factory […] More

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