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Pixelmator Pro 3.0

Major upgrade for the image editing app introduces over 200 built-in design templates and customizable mockups.

How many Amazon Echoes do you need for your home?

Depending on the size of your home and where you feel you could use some Alexa assistance, you really don't need to spend more than $300 to fill your home with Echo speakers.

The Hustlers -- Stories of people making money while having a full-time job

The Hustlers brings to you the what, why, and how of people making money on the side around the world.

Bird Bike with 50-mile of range sees $800 discount to $1,500 in New Green Deals

The official Bird Bike is now $800 off with an impressive 50 miles of range at Best Buy, on sale for $1,500 in today's New Green Deals

Glass Plate Pinhole Camera Records Sun's Path Over a Year

Astrophotographer Ian Griffin captured a solar analemma that charts the Sun's path over a year using a pinhole camera and a 4x5 glass plate.

AirPods Pro 2 gets day one firmware update, here's how to install it

After watchOS 9.0.1 for the Apple Watch Ultra, Apple has released a new firmware update for AirPods Pro 2.

Biogen offloads nearly $600M in Cambridge real estate -- making room for a Broad Institute expansion

The fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic is still playing out more than 2.5 years after it began, and the newest effects impacting the biopharma industry fall directly on real estate.

Everyone's grown up in the new Dragon Prince trailer

Callum, Ezran, and Rayla return in The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Aaravos, hitting Netflix in November.

Me Time: Kevin Hart's new Netflix comedy is still a top movie in 41 countries

Released on Netflix on August 26, the Kevin Hart-Mark Wahlberg comedy "Me Time" is still one of the biggest Netflix movies in the world.

The Flash Season 9 Has Found Its Captain Boomerang

The final season of the CW superhero series The Flash has casted an actor for one of the Flash's most iconic villains, Captain Boomerang.

Methodological Therapy: An Agenda For Tackling Research Bottlenecks

This work was done while at Conjecture.

Webb Telescope's Images of Neptune Showcase Its Rings and Moons

They're the clearest pictures of the distant planet's rings in over three decades

How fiber-optic cables helped researchers eavesdrop on whales

Researchers set out to monitor whales in the Arctic by repurposing fiber-optic cables and using them to listen in on them in the water.

Viva Suite customers gain expert knowledge management with new Answers feature

Microsoft Viva is now offering a new conversational experience for asking questions and getting answers from experts through Answers within Viva Engage, available to Viva Suite customers.

The Apple security landscape: moving into the world of enterprise risk

With the enterprise adoption of MacOS and iOS devices increasing, the Apple security landscape is becoming increasingly complex.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Top tips, hints, and cheats you need to know!

Trying to survive the night at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza? There are some things you can do to increase your chances.

What's new with the desktop interface on Windows 11 2022 Update

In this guide, we'll show you the most interesting changes that Microsoft is introducing with the first feature update of Windows 11 (version 22H2).

Android app deals of the day: Evoland, Titan Quest, 3D EARTH PRO, and more

Our collection of the day's best deals on Android games and apps is live and waiting down below the fold. We are also tracking up to $250 off the Pixel 6 Pro and Google's Nest Learning Thermostat, but for now it's all about the software.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will cost as much as their predecessors

That's at least going to be the case in the US, according to a new leak.

PETA is asking Starbucks to stop charging extra for soy, oat, and almond milk

PETA's demand to Starbucks comes amid rising popularity for plant-based milk.

The Purpose of Dolphins' Mysterious Brain Net May Finally Be Understood

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.

Maarten Schmidt, First Astronomer to Identify a Quasar, Dies at 92

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12 mega landlords own majority of the San Francisco Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay has become a Monopoly board with 12 key players.

Can Science Solve the Mystery of the Concrete Book?

When a sledgehammer isn't really an option.

Fitbit will require a Google Account to use new devices and features from 2023 onward

With the launch of Fitbit's latest devices, "Fitbit by Google" branding was introduced.

Special master in Mar-a-Lago probe sets timeline to review documents

The next conference on the matter is scheduled for Oct. 6, 2022.

Podcast #198: Kushal Mehra on the Explosive Growth of YouTube in India

Quillette podcast host Jonathan Kay speaks with Indian podcaster and YouTuber Kushal Mehra about the raucous, angry, informative, and often hilarious world of Indian YouTube.

Apple Music Introduced as New Partner for Super Bowl Halftime Show

The National Football League today announced a new partnership with Apple Music for the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

As DoD grows more reliant on space industry, it needs to define the relationship

DoD and the intelligence community are laying out requirements for how they would use commercial space systems during wartime

Renault R5 Turbo 3E is a 375 HP rear-wheel drive electric hooligan

An electric tribute to a true legend, the new R5 Turbo 3E walks on the wild side of the automotive world.

Trump's Terrible Week

E. Jean Carroll, the New York attorney general, and a panel of judges are piling on the former president.

Presentation: Building Modern Transportation System with KubeEdge, How We Made It

Kevin Wang, Huan Wei discuss benefits and challenges of adopting cloud-native technologies, cloud collaborative architecture with KubeEdge inside, and real-world use cases.

What's behind House Democrats' sudden compromise on policing

House Democrats used a recent vote to show voters they are for the police.

Overworked, Unemployed Young Chinese Embrace Street Vending

Many youngsters seek to reinvent an existing business model as a temporary source of income as they try to figure out their next steps.

Tamawashi maintains outright lead despite loss to Wakamotoharu

Tamawashi could not budge Wakamotoharu with a hand to his throat and was forced over the edge by the lower-ranked wrestler.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to Activision deal: "Very, very confident that we'll come out"

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to Activision deal: "Very, very confident that we'll come out"

Autumn Moon in Japanese Woodblock Prints

There is something transcendental in the moon reflecting in the water, that reminds me of 19th century Japanese woodblock prints.

Hackers Using Malicious OAuth Apps to Take Over Email Servers

Microsoft warns that hackers are using malicious OAuth applications to gain control of Exchange email servers and spread spam to cloud tenants.

Windows 11 KB5017383 hands on: Dynamic Widgets and more

Windows 11 KB5017383 is now available for the original version 21H2 with several improvements.

Beyond the Visible

To look at infrared photography is to look at the invisible world. The human eye can see wavelengths from 400nm - 720nm. Infrared sits beyond 720nm.

The chief hype officer

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

Life in the buff

Naturists believed nudity was profoundly beneficial to society.

The Top 5 Longreads of the Week

This week, our editors recommend stories by Seth Harp, Alanna Mitchell, Cezary Podkul, Alex Vuocolo, and Loren Grush.

The UK Is Rejoining the Space Race

Virgin Orbit will launch satellites from the country for the first time, bringing orbital flight capability to Europe.

Has AlphaFold actually solved biology's protein-folding problem?

An AI called AlphaFold predicted structures for nearly every protein known to science. Those predictions aren't without limits, some researchers say.

Lessons Learned As A Designer-Founder

In this article, Dave Feldman shares his lessons learned and the experiments has done as a multidisciplinary designer-founder-CEO at an early-stage startup. Let's take a look at what it is that makes a great design process for teams of any size.

Stop Feeling Guilty About Delegating

Overriding guilt around delegation is not easy. Especially when you and your team are already time-strapped, it can feel misguided to invest in delegating.

Audacity 3.2 Released with Realtime Effects, VST3 Support

Realtime audio effects and support for VTS3 plugins are among the new features added to the famed open-source audio editor Audacity, out now.

A Wearable Device to Monitor Metabolites and Nutrients

Today, we want to highlight an interesting development on the wearable diagnostic front: researchers have developed a wearable device that can monitor nutrients, hormones, and drugs [1].

MIT welcomes the 2022 incoming graduate students

MIT's 2022 incoming class of graduate students were welcomed to campus with a lighthearted week of Graduate Student Council Orientation events, as seen in this photo gallery.

Study of Electronic Monitoring Smartphone Apps Confirms Advocates' Concerns of Privacy Harms

Researchers at the University of Washington and Harvard Law School recently published a groundbreaking study analyzing the technical capabilities of 16 electronic monitoring (EM) smartphone apps used as "alternatives" to criminal and civil detention.

A "miracle pill" for hangover prevention?

What if you could take a pill that prevents a hangover and helps you instead wake up refreshed? Find out if a miracle pill for hangovers really exists in this article.