TECHNOLOGY

Alec Baldwin Has ‘Dream’ of Noose at Trump’s ‘Trial for Sedition’ on MLK Birthday

Alec Baldwin Has ‘Dream’ of Noose at Trump’s ‘Trial for Sedition’ on MLK Birthday

In yet another inciting tweet from left-wing celebrities, far-left actor Alec Baldwin chose civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to describe a “dream” he had which included a noose hanging outside of a courthouse during President Donald Trump’s “sedition” trial. Inciting his radical Twitter following, the progressive activist and Saturday Night Live and Boss Baby star took to ...

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The new iPhones will be cooled in a new way!

Today’s smartphones have become high-performance devices. Their processors generate a lot of heat, which needs to be dissipated. In the near future, traditional methods will no longer be sufficient to maintain an optimal temperature regime. This requires new solutions from the developers of gadgets. One of these might be liquid cooling. According to a knowledgeable insider, it is liquid cooling ...

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Zoom now has a “music” mode

Zoom now has a "music" mode

With the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic, video calling applications have come to the forefront. Of course, this approach will never replace face-to-face communication, but in many industries, it continues to be the only way to communicate. Applications such as Zoom have also begun to be used extensively in education. However, not all educational institutions are thrilled with the ...

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Facebook will block announcements about certain events

Facebook will block announcements about certain events

These measures are taken before the US presidential inauguration Facebook said it is blocking the organization of any events on the Presidential Inauguration Day in the United States, located close to such places as the White House and the Capitol in Washington, as well as to the authorities in state capitals. It is also stated that all events previously registered ...

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WhatsApp postponed user agreement update due to scandal

WhatsApp postponed user agreement update due to scandal

Messenger WhatsApp is postponing the implementation of a user agreement update that resonated with messenger users, the company said in a release. “We are postponing the date when users will be asked to review and accept the terms (user agreement update – ed.). No one’s account will be suspended or deleted until February 8,” WhatsApp said. Viber surprised by the ...

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North Korea shows off new ballistic missiles at military parade – “world’s most powerful weapons”

North Korea shows off new ballistic missiles at military parade - "world's most powerful weapons"

On the evening of Thursday, January 14, the DPRK held a military parade in downtown Pyongyang to mark the end of the 8th congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea. According to the Korean Central Telegraph Agency, the parade included prototype tanks and ultramodern tactical missiles, as well as “the world’s most powerful weapons” – submarine ballistic missiles. North Korean ...

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Samsung may remove chargers from some smartphones starting 2021

Samsung may remove chargers from some smartphones starting 2021

Samsung will give up free chargers in all smartphone kits. This is reported on the company’s website. The Korean company said in a statement that more and more Galaxy smartphone owners are reusing accessories for charging. “To support our consumers in this decision, we are moving to abandon the charger and headphones in the set of our latest devices,” clarified ...

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It will reach California: the West predicted the range of the newest radar “Yakhroma”

Yakhroma

The information about the forthcoming construction of the newest Russian ground-based radar Yakhroma in Chukotka was met with interest in the West. Some compared its appearance to “an elephant in a china shop” and even predicted the range of the radar, explaining the feasibility of building the facility in this area. Western users of the Net noted that Russia, huge ...

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U.S. social networks will try to “clamp down” in the EU

U.S. social networks will try to "clamp down" in the EU

The European Court of Justice has been recommended to allow each of the EU member states to take legal action against Facebook and other similar technology companies, even if they operate from the territory of another EU country. An advisor to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg made the recommendation, EuroNews reported. Earlier, the Belgian regulator tried to prohibit ...

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