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Elusive Long-Tailed Squid Captured on Film for First Time

A team of marine biologists with the Nautilus Expedition succeeded in filming Asperoteuthis mangoldae, a recently discovered deep-sea squid species, at a depth of 3,151 feet (930 m) near Jarvis Seamount in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.   “On July 5, 2019, diving at 3,151 feet depth on …

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Scientists Create Miniature Sun in Wisconsin

  The sun is easy to spot in the sky, and it’s not very far away in astronomical terms. So, scientists have spent a great deal of time studying our local life-giving star. However, the sun is also a nuclear inferno that will eradicate any people and most robots that …

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New ‘Sex Simulator’ Ransomware Pops Up on Android

  Many people keep their most important files on a mobile device without ever thinking about backing them up to a computer. That makes their phones a prime target for ransomware, and there’s a new attack spreading to Android phones right now. The new Android Filecoder.C malware uses weird “sex …

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Udemy Class Review: Master Microsoft PowerShell

  The Windows PowerShell is a powerful tool that gives you in-depth access to the Windows operating system. It gives you a greater degree of control and eases the task of managing multiple PCs. For system administrators and power-users, PowerShell can prove an invaluable asset, but relatively few people actually …

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New Nvidia Shield TV Box Passes Through the FCC

  Google announced Android TV years ago, but only a few device makers even attempted to make boxes running the software. Some, like Razer, saw their efforts fall flat. Nvidia has seen some success with its line of Shield Android TV boxes, and a new version may have just visited …

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The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Finally Has Federal Approval

  T-Mobile and Sprint announced their intention to merge more than a year ago, but the behind-the-scenes legal wrangling delayed the federal approval. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) got on-board with the deal months ago, but the Department of Justice (DOJ) was more skeptical. The carriers have now agreed to …

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Simplifying Google Analytics configuration with Google Tag Manager

Google Analytics is a crucial part of any online marketer’s toolbox. Getting analytics data starts with a proper installation of the tracking code. Thankfully, Google Tag Manager makes this process simple, even when modifications to the Analytics code are required. Google Tag Manager (GTM) allows you to deploy Google Analytics …

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Google notifying webmasters to remove noindex from robots.txt files

As part of Google fully removing support for the noindex directive in robots.txt files, Google is now sending notifications to those that have such directives. This morning, many within the SEO community started getting notifications from Google Search Console with the subject line “Remove “noindex” statements from the robots.txt of…” …

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