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Ubuntu 22.10 Beta is Now Available to Download

Links to download the Ubuntu 22.10 beta are live. The beta build allows users to test all of the new features in the "Kinetic Kudu" first hand, right now.

Caffeinated Art -- Masterpieces for Coffee Lovers!

Is there anything more delightful than a cup of hot coffee? Yes, there is: coffee with art! Here are masterpieces featuring this loved drink.

Tesla unveils its humanoid robot for 'less than $20,000'

Tesla has unveiled its Optimus humanoid robot at its AI Day 2022 today and Elon Musk believes Tesla can bring it to market for "less than $20,000".

Pixel Watch could be the Pixel 7 Pro's pre-order perk in parts of Europe

Abner Li

ORA Funky Cat gets bigger sibling - Lightning Cat starts at $28,100

ORA will launch officially this rather interesting 4-door fastback on October 27 but the cars are already being shipped to the dealers across China with a reported starting price of $28,100.

Bruce Wayne and the Cost of Inaction

My brother (DivineMango) and I (TurnTrout) wrote this first arc of a Batman fanfiction in the summer of 2020.

Downpours From Ian Prompt Florida Treatment Plants to Release Waste

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It's Time to Reframe the Story of Climate Inequity

At RE:WIRED Green, actress Regina Hall and Sarah Shanley Hope of The Solutions Project spoke about the work being done by communities hardest hit by crisis.

OnePlus 11R specs leak

It's likely to be India-only like the other Rs.

How Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey, and Parag Agrawal cratered the Twitter deal, in texts

In text messages released in the lawsuit filed by Twitter to force Musk to complete his $44 billion buyout, Musk and Agrawal didn't see eye to eye.

How can you fight climate change in Japan? Learn how to talk about it.

A good approach to speaking about hot-button topics in Japanese is to use so-called softeners so that your don't come off as too direct with your opinions.

NASA releases first Juno image from Europa flyby

Juno just completed its latest pass of Jupiter's moon, Europa, and NASA will start sharing images soon. Here's how to see them.

Overwatch 2: What's new and different with the sequel?

What is Overwatch 2? The answer to that question is pretty complicated and confusing, so in this guide, we're going to go over everything you need to know.

Apple no longer signing iOS 16.0 and iOS 16.0.1, blocking downgrades from iOS 16.0.2

iOS 16 was officially released to the public on September 12 after three months of beta testing. Since then, Apple has released two minor updates: iOS 16.0.1 and iOS 16.0.2.

Brave 1.45, due in October, will block cookie consent notifications

Brave will let you block annoying cookie consent notifications in an upcoming version of the browser. Users will be asked if they want to block these notifications at the browser's first start.

An updated user manual for corporate boards addresses new business realities

The NACD's new guidelines on the role and responsibilities of boards comes at an opportune time

Don't mess with the Genetic Code

The work of George Church combines a broad knowledge of science with an ambitious imagination. Our world needs visionaries, and Church is one of a kind. His Harvard laboratory is at the cutting edge of several key areas of biochemistry.

Anker's new Soundcore Liberty 4 beat AirPods to the punch with built-in heart rate sensor, more

The new Anker Soundcore Liberty 4 arrive as the brand's latest flagship earbuds with ANC, Spatial Audio, and built-in heart rate sensor.

Apple's Korea Offices Raided by Antitrust Regulators Over Allegations It Charges Developers 33% Commission

Apple's South Korean headquarters have been raided by antitrust regulators after a complaint was raised by developers that it is charging them over the standard 30% App Store commission rate.

Zelensky: Annexation of Ukraine "will not mean" what Russia hopes for

The escalation is expected to further isolate the Kremlin.

"Whoever you are, this is your place." Reimagined MIT Museum encourages visitors to join MIT's community

The all-new MIT Museum opens in its new Kendall Square location Oct. 2 with an eye toward bringing visitors into the MIT community.

Savvy's $38B plan to make Saudi Arabia a global gaming hub

Savvy Games Group unveiled plans to invest about $38B in gaming and esports companies to make Saudi Arabia a global industry hub.

WARNING: New Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day Under Active Exploitation

Researchers warn of a new unpatched zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange servers that is being exploited by attackers to achieve RCE.

Photos of the Week: Covered Ears, White Night, Target Asteroid

Fog over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, storm damage in Florida and the Philippines, fighting over retaken territory in Ukraine, Oktoberfest celebrations in Munich, and much more

The Great Cover-Up

Islamists used a religious lie to crush Mahsa Amini, but women can win this war.

Helpful Content Checklist by LongShot AI -- AI to optimize content as per Google Search guidelines

Google wants your content to feel authentic and answer users' queries! They call it people-first content! Optimize your exising content (or create new) as per Google Search guidelines - delight your users & rank high!

Let's talk about The Rings of Power's big geographical reveal

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power episode 6 had an explosive finale that included the origin story of one of the series' most famous and important locations on the Middle-earth map: Mount Doom.

Twitter posts its first-ever edited tweet, official launch seems imminent

Twitter is getting ready to bring the feature to the public very soon. The microblogging site has posted its first-ever edited tweet, signaling that the company may have wrapped up the development process.

JUnit 5.9 Supports GraalVM Native Image

JUnit 5.9 resolves various bugs and introduces a number of new features such as the ability to keep temporary files after executing a test.

Novelty vs action

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

Fortune favours the shrewd

Attaining and maintaining power lies at the heart of almost all animal societies.

How Medicaid expansion keeps winning

Medicaid expansion is 6-for-6 with voters on ballot initiatives. South Dakota could make it seven in a row.

The Top 5 Longreads of the Week

This week, our editors recommend stories by Eric Borsuk, Aaron Gell, Laurie Penny, Hanif Abdurraqib, and Will Rees.

'Don't eat me' upstart taps Takeda vet on path to the clinic; Greg Mayes leaves Antios for Canadian psychedelics player

Nenad Grmusa was "really happy" at Takeda, where he'd been for more than a decade in various R&D strategy and finance positions. However, the more he learned about DEM BioPharma, the more intrigued he became by cancer's unexplored "don't eat me" signals.

The Milky Way's Spiral Arms May Have Carved Earth's Continents

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 save up to $70 if you go with a previous generation Apple Watch Series 7

It may not have all the sensors or features of the old model, but you'll save some cash if you buy last year's Apple Watch Series 7 from Amazon.

This spider literally flips for its food

The Australian ant-slayer spider's acrobatics let it feast on insects twice its size, a new study shows.

Close-up Images of Jupiter's Frozen Ocean Moon That Could Harbor Aliens

NASA has released images from its Juno Probe after it passed close to Jupiter's frozen ocean moon Europa this week.

When the Heat is On, Red-Eyed Treefrogs Hatch Early

The embryos make the move from clutches on leaves to rainforest ponds below

7 Lessons on Dynamic Pricing (Courtesy of Bruce Springsteen)

Some fans were outraged when man-of-the-people Bruce Springsteen charged more than $5,000 per seat for his upcoming concert. The high prices were the result of a dynamic pricing system, in which prices are adjusted upward in response to strong demand.

NASA and SpaceX to study possible private Hubble servicing mission

NASA and SpaceX announced Sept. 29 they will study a concept to send a Crew Dragon spacecraft to reboost, and possibly service, the Hubble Space Telescope.

Bruce Willis Sells Image Rights to AI Company for Future TV & Film Roles

Legendary actor Bruce Willis has reportedly become the first Hollywood star to sell his image rights to a technology company that specializes in using AI.

Best Android tablet 2022

The absolute best Android tablets you can buy as reviewed and rated by our team of experts.

How Star Trek's Lieutenant Uhura Overcame Astronomical Odds

Readers rescued a Star Trek crew from a probabilistic predicament armed only with the power of mathematical reasoning.

October Vibes For Your Desktop (2022 Wallpapers Edition)

How about a little inspiration boost? Well, we might have something for you: desktop wallpapers created with love by artists and designers from across the globe.

Diana and the Hounds Fountain in Melbourne, Australia

Discover Diana and the Hounds Fountain in East Melbourne, Australia: A striking bronze sculpture of a Roman goddess with two hound dogs for company.

Visual Composite

Anastasia Samoylova searched through online image libraries with various buzz words: desert, glacier, tropic, storm, forest, waterfall, mountain.

Methuselah's Zoo, a Look at Animal Longevity

To understand human longevity, we need to put it into perspective. Are we relatively long-lived or short-lived creatures?

Default Folder X 5.7

Adds support for macOS 13 Ventura and now requires a minimum of 10.13 High Sierra.

Victory! Court Unseals Records Showing Patent Troll's Shakedown Efforts

EFF has prevailed in a years-long effort to make public a series of court records that show how a notorious patent troll, Uniloc, uses litigation threats to extracts payments from a variety of businesses.

The genetics of PCSK9i nonresponders

A recent case study shines light on why some individuals are resistant to lipid-lowering, non-statin PCSK9 inhibitors.