Health Fitness

Microsoft And iFixit Repair

Microsoft is jumping on the Right to Repair bandwagon via a new partnership with the popular product teardown and DIY repair website iFixit. Microsoft has begun making its custom tool designs for Surface repairs available for purchase from iFixit, which will sell them to certified repair technicians. While end users …

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Lower Body Blast

Whether you want to run faster, Whip/Nae Nae better or simply feel stronger walking up the stairs, it never hurts to give a little more love to your butt, hips and thighs during a workout. Neglect your lower body too often and you risk losing mobility — that thing that …

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Razer Handheld Game

The Nintendo Switch has proven that handheld game machines have not been totally subsumed by smartphones. Valve is planning to release the Steam Deck, although the timeline has been pushed back. Not to be outdone, Razer is prepping the release of a Qualcomm-powered gaming handheld known as the Snapdragon G3X …

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Alms Social App

A number of startups are experimenting with what a better social app could look like. For a startup called Alms, the answer is a social network that focuses on users’ well-being through participation in creator-led challenges in areas like personal growth, sustainability and others with positive impacts. Instead of driving …

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Google Pixel 6

Google’s recently released Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are huge steps forward for the company’s smartphones. Google is finally getting serious about its hardware by offering big batteries, great displays, and a custom ARM chip called Tensor. Google even boosted the Pixel series’ anemic charging speed, although, it’s not …

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Spotify’s TikTok Like Vertical

TikTok has seen its short-form video feed copied by a host of competitors, from Instagram to Snap to YouTube and even Netflix. Now it looks like you can add Spotify to that list. The company has confirmed it’s currently testing a new feature in its app, Discover, which presents a …

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Space Telescope Funded

Move over, James Webb: humanity is about to get another eye in the sky. There’s just been a new space telescope announced, named TOLIMAN, and it’s already got funding from the Breakthrough project. The telescope is designed around two things: its target, and the exotic optics the telescope will use. …

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NASA Delays Launch

NASA has been working on the James Webb Space Telescope for 20 years, and there have been numerous delays. The marvel of astronomical technology is currently preparing for launch, but NASA says we’ll have to wait just a bit longer. Following a minor “incident,” NASA has pushed the launch of …

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Semiconductor Industry

Semiconductor market research company IC Insights has released its November update, which ranks the top 25 semiconductor companies based on projected year-on-year sales, and also includes some forecasts for the future. In its ranking of the top 25 companies based on expected sales, AMD is leading the way with an …

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Intel’s 4-bit 4004 CPU Turns 50

Thomas Nguyen, CC BY-SA 4.0 50 years ago today, on November 15 1971, Intel launched the 4004 and, by extension, the modern computer age. The 4004 was the first commercially-produced microprocessor, or CPU. It was an enormous technical achievement for Intel, and the design team, which was led by Federico …

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