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Intel Discontinues Some Cascade Lake CPUs to Fight Off AMD’s Epyc

  When Intel launched Cascade Lake, it heavily segmented the CPU family depending on its various features. This isn’t a new strategy for Intel; the company has long broken its various enterprise capabilities into price bands where certain features cost substantially more money. Today, Intel announced that it’s making several …

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Astronomers Detect Second Planet Orbiting Nearest Star

  Scientists used to wonder how common planets were throughout the universe, and now we know — they’re everywhere. Even with our relatively rudimentary methods of detecting exoplanets, we’ve identified thousands of alien worlds, including some in our own backyard. In 2016, astronomers discovered an exoplanet around Proxima Centauri, the …

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Neanderthals Dived into Mediterranean Sea for Clam Shells

Shell fishing was a common activity of Neanderthals, according to new research led by University of Colorado, Boulder archaeologists. Homo neanderthalensis by Charles R. Knight. In 1949, archaeologists working at the site of Grotta dei Moscerini, a cave in the Latium region of central Italy, found a large collection of …

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Researchers Sequence Genome of Elusive Giant Squid

An international team of scientists has sequenced the genome of the giant squid (Architeuthis dux), the species which has inspired generations to tell tales of the fabled Kraken. The Architeuthis dux genome allowed the team to investigate the unique traits of this species, including its gigantism and key adaptations to deep-sea …

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Kat Von D Leaves Her Makeup Company

  This past year has been one of great change for me. As many of you know, I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy, launched my vegan shoe line, and am now busy prepping to release my long awaited album in the Spring, followed by an international tour! As …

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Google Promises to Kill Tracking Cookies in Chrome

  With browsers like Firefox and the new Edge clamping down on the excesses of Cookies, Google has been under increasing pressure to do the same with Chrome. The company has always held that restricting cookies too much would only lead websites to use more surreptitious means of tracking people. …

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Up your email marketing game in 2020

  Email optimization and deliverability go hand-in-hand when it comes to sending emails, and that’s why MarTech Today created the very first resource for marketing professionals that encompasses the elements of both. The Periodic Table of Email Optimization and Deliverability is a comprehensive resource designed to guide you through the …

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Google January 2020 core update almost done rolling out

Google has confirmed that its January 2020 core update, which began Monday at noon, is now mostly done rolling out as of Thursday morning. Google said on the @searchliaison account “the update is mostly done, though as with any core update, it may take to two weeks to fully complete.” …

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