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New Z Fold3 And Z Flip3

Samsung is widely expected to unveil its latest foldable phones in the coming weeks, but there’s very little left to learn after the repeated leaks. There’s yet another leak making the rounds, featuring some details on S Pen support, screen sizes, and water resistance — yes, the phones apparently have …

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Tiny Mountains on Neutron Stars

Physicists are still arguing over whether black holes have “hair,” but we’re pretty sure neutron stars have mountains. These dead stars are extreme in every respect, from their magnetic field to gravitational influence, but the only thing extreme about the mountains is how small they are. A new analysis of …

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Surface Duo 2 Triple Camera

Microsoft has tried time and time again to make a successful smartphone, and thus far, it has failed. The Microsoft Surface Duo Android phone was the company’s most recent attempt, and now the sequel has allegedly leaked in all its glory. It looks similar to the current Duo, with the …

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Mars Rover Prepares Sample

NASA’s Perseverance rover has been playing second fiddle to the Ingenuity helicopter in recent months. But in fairness, it’s a helicopter on Mars. Not to be outdone, Perseverance is gearing up for the next big step in its mission on the red planet. In the coming weeks, NASA will harvest …

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Record-Breaking Comet

Astronomers announced earlier this year that an enormous 62-mile (100-kilometer) object was creeping inward from the fringes of the solar system. We didn’t know what this mysterious visitor was at the time, but a recent development has shed light on the subject. The object, now officially designated C/2014 UN271, began …

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Moon Forming Disc

The sky is full of stars, and for the first time in human history, we know what’s orbiting some of them. There are more than 4,000 confirmed exoplanets, but just a few have been directly imaged. A young gas giant called PDS 70c is one of them, and now astronomers …

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An Earth-Like Axial

Earth has numerous properties that make it an ideal home for life as we know it, including a robust magnetic field that deflects radiation, a temperate climate with liquid water, a large moon that stabilizes the planet’s rotation, and a modest axial tilt. That last item may be more important …

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Android App Support

Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 as expected, and we knew most of what was coming thanks to the recent leak of a working preview build of the OS. There’s the new start menu, revamped Microsoft Store, and so on. One thing we did not expect was Microsoft’s decision to partner with …

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Mountains On Neutron Stars

Physicists are still arguing over whether black holes have “hair,” but we’re pretty sure neutron stars have mountains. These dead stars are extreme in every respect, from their magnetic field to gravitational influence, but the only thing extreme about the mountains is how small they are. A new analysis of …

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Ingenuity Helicopter

The Ingenuity helicopter is purpose-built to make history, so it should come as no surprise that the plucky little drone has just completed its ninth flight on Mars, and this was the most impressive one yet. Ingenuity flew higher, faster, and farther than it has before, and it’s still raring …

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