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Scientists chart how exercise affects the body

MIT and Harvard Medical School researchers mapped out many of the cells, genes, and cellular pathways that are modified by exercise or a high-fat diet.

European Union to Mandate USB-C in Electronic Devices by the End of 2024

A new European Union directive aimed at reducing electronic waste and saving consumers money will require new electronic devices to charge using USB-C.

Beagle Security 2.0 -- Get to know how secure your websites, web apps & APIs are

Beagle Security is the world's first automated penetration testing solution that uses AI to mimic the actions of a real hacker to determine how deep your websites, web applications, REST APIs and GraphQL APIs can be hacked.

Vivaldi 5.5 gets Tasks Panel and Snap support on Windows 11

Vivaldi 5.5 is now available for download with various productivity and feature improvements. The browser has received a new panel for tracking tasks and Snap support on Windows 11.

Documenting Youth Culture

During lockdown, London's Museum of Youth Culture encouraged the public to delve through old shoeboxes, look in attics and flick through albums.

New Alzheimer's drug from Biogen and Eisai is just the beginning

A successful late-stage trial of lecanemab gives researchers promising new avenues for tackling this hard-to-beat disease.

Cydia Files Appeal After Unofficial App Store's Lawsuit Against Apple Dismissed

Cydia parent company SaurikIT, LLC has filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit after U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers dismissed the company's antitrust lawsuit against Apple last month, according to court documents.

Will the new locally made Mercedes-Benz model help India's EV sector?

The EQS 580 is Mercedes's 14th "made in India" model.

ProxyNotShell - the New Proxy Hell?

There is a new exploit, ProxyNotShell, being exploited in the wild to take advantage of the recent Microsoft exchange vulnerabilities.

Front of house/back of house

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

Redmi Pad debuts in India with 10.6" LCD and Helio G99

Open sales tip-off tomorrow at 10AM.

Apple @ Work Podcast: October is coming with Tom Bridge from JumpCloud

In this episode of Apple @ Work, Tom Bridge from JumpCloud and the Mac Admins Podcast joins the show to talk about iOS 16 and macOS Ventura.

Article: Building an Effective Incident Management Process

A good incident management framework can help organizations manage the chaos of an outage more effectively leading to shorter incident durations and tighter feedback loops.

Climate Change for Preschoolers: A TV Show Explores Unmapped Ground

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FIFA 23 review: A fine farewell

In what might be the final year EA Sports gets to make a FIFA title, the game once again builds upon past years of improvement, although some flaws still remain.

Elon Musk's empire of risk

He's taken big risks in space, on the roads and now online.

E-bike company releases over-the-air update boosting its electric bike speed over 50%

The e-bike company OKAI has just released an over-the-air update that allows its e-bikes to go over 50% faster than their stock speed limit.

Best iPhone 14 Pro Max deals and where to buy one

The iPhone 14 Pro Max is the biggest and most powerful iPhone ever, and retailers are already offering some great deals on the new phone. Here are the best deals you'll find.

Pioneering Quantum Physicists Win Nobel Prize in Physics

The quantum physicists Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger have won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Blue-eyed Buddhist

The story of a working-class radical from Ireland who became a celebrated monk and challenged the British Empire in Asia

The Novel Theory That Made Iran a Dictatorship

Shiite clerics in earlier centuries could never have imagined so intrusive a system.

Explorers of Quantum Entanglement Win 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

'You Can't Sail Around the World By Yourself'

Susie Goodall wanted to circumnavigate the globe in her sailboat without stopping. She didn't bargain for what everyone else wanted.

Father starts lab after intellectual property issues stymie rare disease drug development

Under bright lab lights, Casey McPherson holds his 6-year-old daughter, Rose. His free hand directs Rose's gaze toward a computer screen with potential clues in treating her one-of-a kind genetic condition.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 2 Release Date & Time

All the details for My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 2 including the release date, time, where to watch, and a recap of the previous episode.

YouTube locks 4K playback behind Premium subscriptions in latest test

YouTube is experimenting with placing its 4K videos behind a YouTube Premium subscription, which it claims will help it to better understand the feature preferences of Premium and non-Premium viewers.

iPhone 14 Pro Max vs. Galaxy Z Fold 4 speed test delivers a big surprise

An iPhone 14 Pro Max vs. Galaxy Z Fold 4 real-life speed test shows the new A16 Bionic's power, but there is a big twist at the end.

Biden's AI Bill of Rights Is Toothless Against Big Tech

The draft's tenets include allowing citizens to opt out of algorithmic decision-making, which could reshape federal government--but not the private sector.

Rare Collection of 1940s Art Returns to Zimbabwe After 70 Years

Students at the Cyrene Mission School created the works at a time when the African country was under colonial rule

Fascinating Book of Victorian Mugshot Photos is Saved from a Dumpster

A police photo album from the Victorian era that features criminal mugshots will go to auction after it was saved from a dumpster.

Securiti creates a command center for AI-driven cloud data protection

Securiti announced the launch of a new data protection solution that uses AI to protect data in multicloud environments.

Short-Term Rapamycin Treatment Extends Lifespan in Flies

Journal Club returns live on our Facebook channel on October 25th at 12:00 Eastern time. Dr.

Every movie right now, from Amsterdam to Glass Onion, stars a million A-listers

On the Endgamification of everything.

Podcast: The Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama

Join us for a daily celebration of the world's most wondrous, unexpected, even strange places.

Corporate Governance and Growth Strategy at Capital SAFI

Can strong corporate governance take Bolivia-based asset management firm Capital SAFI to the next level?

Battery powered EVs make 11 percent of August global car sales

August global sales numbers are finally being crunched and the results are very good for all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. The sales are growing and there are no signs of market demand weakening anytime soon.

Forget Stadia, Google is getting back into VR in a way we didn't expect

If you were to be told that Google is investing heavily into an alternative app store for the Meta Quest 2, would you believe us? Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction.

Nest Wifi Pro puts Wi-Fi 6E throughout your home with ease; pre-orders now open

Nest Wifi Pro makes it easy to put Wi-Fi 6E signal throughout your home and can be controlled by the Google Assistant.

The Deer King director brought every lesson from Princess Mononoke to his epic fantasy

In a new interview, Masashi Ando, who worked with Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki, talks about adapting the novel The Deer King into a complex adult animation movie that you can now watch on Amazon, Apple, and more.

Video captures young mosquitoes launching their heads to eat other mosquitoes

New high-speed filming gives a first glimpse of mosquito hunting too fast for humans to see.

Russia will do a nuclear test

A thought occurred to me, and it's so logical, I concluded that it must be true.

Windows 11 KB5017389 (22H2) released - what's new and known issues

Windows 11 KB5017389 is the first optional preview update for version 22H2 and it's rolling out to the public with many improvements.

Android app deals of the day: Peace, Death! 2, Despotism 3k, DRAW CHILLY, more

We are now ready to roundup all of Tuesday's best Android game and app deals courtesy of Google Play. Just be sure to also check out today's deals on Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 4 and these discounted Galaxy Tab A8 configurations as well.

New Federal and State Court Rulings Show Courts are Divided on the Scope of Cell Phone Searches Post-Riley

This blog post was co-written with EFF Legal Intern Allie Schiele

AEI claims majority stake in York Space Systems

AE Industrial Partners announced plans Oct. 4 to acquire a majority stake in York Space Systems, a small satellite manufacturer and turnkey mission operator based in Denver.

Patriotic Movies Dominate China's Holiday Box Office, Again

"Home Coming" has become the latest chest-thumping blockbuster to score a big hit at the Chinese box office. But overall ticket sales are lagging compared with last year's National Day holiday.

Discovering novel algorithms with AlphaTensor

In our paper, published today in Nature, we introduce AlphaTensor, the first artificial intelligence (AI) system for discovering novel, efficient, and provably correct algorithms for fundamental tasks such as matrix multiplication.

Two Hundred Years of Stendhal

2022 marks the bicentennial of the pseudonym's transformation from literary dabbler into one of the greatest novelists of the modern age.

Meet Great Teachers of Famous Artists

Let's meet the teachers of famous artists who were surpassed by their students, but without whom they might have never achieved success.

Solutions for Adobe CEF Helper high CPU usage on Windows

High CPU or memory consumption could lead to problems with your system performance, such as screen freezes, lags, and glitches.

Easy Fluid Typography With clamp() Using Sass Functions

We can use the `clamp()` method today because of the great browser support. In this article, Brecht De Ruyte explains how it can be a beautiful addition to your upcoming project or as an upgrade to a previous one.

Apple AirPods Pro 2 review - fitness tested!

The Apple AirPods Pro 2 include a large number of improvements, but how do they hold up for exercise? Read below to find out!