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BMW i5 electric sedan spotted in the wild with a much smaller grille

BMW i5 is shaping up to be a quite different car from its siblings - it has much cleaner lines than the i7 and it has a much smaller grille than the i4. Is BMW finally listening to its customers?

Letitia Wright Reveals What Drew Her to The Silent Twins

During an interview with ComingSoon, The Silent Twins star Letitia Wright went into detail about why the film's story appealed to her personally.

Quick Charge Podcast: October 1, 2022

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

Recipe: Twice-baked, dukkah-dusted kabocha

Forget pumpkin spice -- there are better uses for your squash this October.

The Rise and Fall of the 'Freedom Convoy'

A new book examines the trucker-led protests against Canadian vaccine mandates.

Space Development Agency is now officially part of the Space Force

The Space Development Agency was officially transferred to the U.S. Space Force, Oct. 1.

NASA's Artemis I launch has officially been delayed until November

The launch of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) has been delayed until mid-November. Last week, NASA called off the Artemis I's September 27th launch due to Hurricane Ian.

The computational complexity of progress

Cross-posted from Telescopic Turnip.

Bruce Willis just sold his likeness to a deepfake firm so he can star in new movies

Well known action star Bruce Willis has sold his likeness to a deepfake firm, giving him a unique way to return to movies.

Best Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra cases 2022

Samsung's Galaxy S21 Ultra may be a top-of-the-line smartphone, but it's still not invincible.

National Archives tells Congress some Trump records still unaccounted for

"We do know that we do not have custody of everything we should."

Google might force users to pay for Premium to watch videos in 4K on YouTube

Some users have spotted a weird change in their YouTube apps: Google now allows high-res streaming only for those subscribed to YouTube Premium, leaving only 1440p and lower available for free.

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

Abner Li

How the Brazilian election could destabilize a divided country

A loss by President Jair Bolsanaro could cause chaos. But experts say a coup is unlikely.

Samsung Galaxy A14's design revealed through leaked renders

It will come with an Infinity-U display.

Xbox and PC September 2022 recap: Assassin's Creed roadmap revealed, Cyberpunk 2077 has a resurgence

In the September 2022 Xbox and PC recap, we see several new Assassin's Creed games are on the way, Cyberpunk 2077 is finding new success, and more.

Tim Cook: "I'm really not sure the average person can tell you what the metaverse is"

Tim Cook commented on AR, VR, and the concept of Metaverse in a recent interview during his tour through Europe.

California Leads on Reproductive and Trans Health Data Privacy

In the wake of the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision, anti-choice sheriffs and bounty hunters will try to investigate and punish abortion seekers based on their internet browsing, private messaging, and phone app location data.

Fighting back: Web3 as the ultimate catalyst of censorship resistance

Social media companies are increasingly censoring users. Internet decentralization and Web3 can serve as catalysts for censorship resistance.

Dating Apps Thrive in China, but Not Just for Romance

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A Storm in Paradise

Cape Coral is a microcosm of Florida's worst impulse: selling dream homes in a hurricane-prone flood zone. But people still want them.

Wolverine in Deadpool 3 sounds like an apology for the worst X-Men movie

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman teamed up for 20th Century Fox's X-Men prequel that gave us a Deadpool with laser eyes. It's worse than you remember.

The Camera is a Pen: Brainstorming as a Photographer

Lately, I've been thinking about the ebbs and flows of inspiration, particularly with the ups and downs of the last few years.

#AAO22: J&J's first look at common eye disease portfolio pads the case for PhII of gene therapy

CHICAGO -- While the later-stage drug developers in the geographic atrophy field are near the finish line, Johnson & Johnson's Janssen is taking a more deliberate route, with a treatment that it hopes to be a one-time fix.

The Sky Needs Its 'Silent Spring' Moment

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.

Razer Teases a New Handheld Gaming Console

Plus more Gear news: Intel's new app syncs PCs and mobile phones, and Apple slows down iPhone production.

Chase offering up to 50% bonus when redeeming points for Apple products

Chase is once again launching one of its more lucrative credit card promotions for those shopping at Apple. Starting today through November 30, Chase is offering boosted redemption values when cardholders use Ultimate Rewards points to shop at Apple.

US imposes sanctions on Indian petrochemical firm over Iran ties

Mumbai-based Tibalaji is accused of purchasing Iranian petroleum products and selling them to China.

The genetics of PCSK9i nonresponders

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

The way it's done

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

Quicq -- The perfect image for all visitors and devices

Image Optimization for Websites. Serve each image in the smallest possible file size and increase your conversion. With Quicq all your images are automatically optimized and compressed which will increase loading time and give your SEO a boost!

Pay What You Want for This Collection of White Hat Hacking Courses

For a limited time, name your price for one cybersecurity course and beat the average price paid to get lifetime access to nine courses.

Top Stories: Stage Manager Expands to Older iPad Pro Models, No October Apple Event?

While we had been expecting a follow-up October Apple event focused on Mac and iPad announcements, it sounds like we might not be getting another event after all.

Cloudflare R2 Storage Generally Available

Cloudflare recently announced the general availability of R2 storage, an S3-compatible object storage without egress charges.

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.

Smokey Bear Park in International Falls, Minnesota

Discover Smokey Bear Park in International Falls, Minnesota: Home to a 26-foot-tall statue of an American icon.

See the New British Coins Featuring Charles III

In his new portrait, the king faces left--and doesn't wear a crown

Professor Emeritus Richard "Dick" Eckaus, who specialized in development economics, dies at 96

Richard "Dick" Eckaus, Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics, emeritus, has died at 96. Eckaus was a deeply respected educator and mentor, and a founding member of the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.

Prof. Evelyne Yehudit Bischof on Longevity Medicine

Evelyne Yehudit Bischof, MD, MPH, FEFIM, is a professor at Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Sciences, a visiting professor at Tel [...]

Android Data Recovery without Root-Review of Tenorshare Ultdata for Android

| Sponsored | Have you accidentally deleted important data from your Android device? Are you worried about how to get your photos, videos, and documents back?

Techtool Pro 16.0.2

Maintenance release for the recently upgraded hard drive and system repair-and-maintenance tool.

Collective Reflections

Monica de Miranda explores the island as a visual metaphor for the wider Afrodiasporic experience alongside Europe's complex colonialist histories.

50 years ago, scientists dug into Pangaea's past lives

In 1972, scientists wondered whether Pangaea was Earth's only supercontinent. Fifty years later, we know it wasn't the first and it won't be the last.

Linux Mint 21.1 Codenamed 'Vera', Will Arrive at Xmas

Linux Mint 21.1 is to be released Christmas time, says Linux Mint. They also reveal the codename for the release, and word on changes to desktop icons.

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.

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.

How to Intervene When You Witness a Microaggression

Women, ethnic- and racial-minority, and LGBTQ people commonly experience microaggressions in the workplace. These behaviors often surface in the form of jokes, exclusion of some voices in meetings, or subtle remarks that denigrate the recipient.

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.

Fortune favours the shrewd

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

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.

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.