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Coronavirus live news: White House chief of staff Mark Meadows tests positive – reports

US sees record 120,000 cases in a day as Texas edges towards 1m infections; Victoria records eight days in a row without a case. Follow the updates UK and others look for lessons from Slovakia mass testing schemeHow ther Australian property market survived the pandemicUK coronavirus updates – live 4.31am GMT My colleague Martin Farrer reports that while the world is gripped by the most serious pandemic for a century, and the US presidency is facing transition, at least one thing remains cer...
Tags: UK, Texas, Science, White House, US, Infectious Diseases, Victoria, Slovakia, Donald Trump, Bloomberg News, Reserve Bank, Martin Farrer, Meadows, Mark Meadows, Coronavirus, COVID


Trump’s Cybersecurity Agency Says It Is 'Highly Difficult' to Commit Voter Fraud, Actually

Despite the president’s near-constant bellyaching about a supposed scourge of voter fraud and secret ballot dumps shaping this year’s election results, his own cybersecurity agency says there’s really no cause for concern. Read more...
Tags: Science, Joe Biden, Cybersecurity, Donald Trump, Trump, President Trump, 2020 Election


The iPhone 13 Rumors Have Already Started Swirling

Some iPhone 12 models haven’t even begun shipping yet, but iPhone 13 rumors are already beginning to circulate.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Science, Consumer Tech, iPhone 13, Iphone12


iPhone 12 Mini and Pro Max Pre-Orders Are Live: The Best Accessories for Your New Toy

This month marks the last of the iPhone 12 models being released to the public, with the iPhone 12 Mini (AT&T, Verizon) and iPhone 12 Pro Max (AT&T, Verizon) out on November 13. While the mini touts a 5.4” screen for those left wanting a smaller display with all the benefits of the regular iPhone 12, the 6.7" Pro Max…Read more...
Tags: Science, iPhone accessories, iPhone cases, Iphone 12, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 mini, Iphone 12 Accessories, Mini AT T Verizon, Pro Max AT T Verizon


Doctors say they’re ‘hopeful’ Biden will handle the pandemic better, but ‘disappointed’ that he didn’t win by a landslide

Former Vice President Joe Biden puts on a mask after a campaign event on July 28, 2020. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images Three doctors spoke to Insider about the projection that Joe Biden has won the US presidential election, and will be spearheading the country's coronavirus response as of 2021.  They were all hopeful that Biden will have science-led approach to the coronavirus that will be "less stressful for healthcare providers." But some are disheartened that the country...
Tags: Politics, Science, US, Trends, Joe Biden, United States, Carney, Biden, Kamala Harris, Trump, University Of Vermont, Fort Worth Texas, HARRIS, Farah, Beau, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center


Why, Yes, I Would Like to Own This Actually Pocket-Sized PC

Mini PCs are not a new thing. Companies like Lenovo, HP, and Dell have been making pint-sized rigs for a long time, which are great for simple tasks like writing the 10-page bibliography to your masters thesis at 2 a.m. in the college library. (I know from experience.) There are entire lines of gaming hardware built…Read more...
Tags: Science, Computers, Pcs, Dell, Lenovo HP, Its So Cute And Tiny, Mini Pcs, Budget Pcs


Coronavirus live news: Italy begins nightly curfew; Victoria has eighth straight day of no cases

US sees record 120,000 cases in a day as Texas edges towards 1m infections; New South Wales has one locally acquired case. Follow the updates UK and others look for lessons from Slovakia mass testing schemeHow ther Australian property market survived the pandemicUK coronavirus updates – live 12.00am GMT More than 128,000 new covid infections reported todayhttps://t.co/TwywRrVwwONBC News reports that in the US, Texas is closing in on its one millionth case of Covid-19. The report says; With...
Tags: UK, Texas, Science, California, Nbc News, US, Infectious Diseases, Italy, New South Wales, Victoria, Slovakia, Melissa Davey, US Texas, Coronavirus, TwywRrVwwONBC News


France reports record 60,486 new cases; Russia saw 9,798 deaths in September – as it happened

France’s new infections more than 2,000 higher than previous record; Italy registers 37,809 new cases; Russia says Covid was main cause in 5,199 cases. This blog is now closedFollow today’s coronavirus blog here UK closes Denmark travel corridor over mink Covid scareUK and others look for lessons from Slovakia mass testing schemeEasyJet cuts more flights and sells planes after new Covid controlsUK coronavirus updates – live 12.21am GMT 12.04am GMT NSW has reported one new case of locall...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, France, Russia, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Denmark, Slovakia, Michael Douglas, Coronavirus, COVID


Travel to UK from Denmark to be banned amid worries over Covid in mink

Chris Whitty, chief medical officer for England, understood to be concerned by new strainCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAll travel to the UK from Denmark is being banned amid mounting concern over an outbreak in the country of a mutation of coronavirus linked to mink, the Guardian understands.Downing Street had already taken action to remove Denmark from the travel corridor, forcing arrivals to quarantine for two weeks from Friday at 4am.
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Science, Animals, UK News, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, Animal Welfare, Microbiology, Denmark, Downing Street, Coronavirus, Chris Whitty


The US went more than 2 months before amassing its first 200,000 COVID-19 cases — its latest 200,000 have come in just the past 2 days

Hospitals are again facing capacity issues as the US enters its third and potentially largest wave. Go Nakamura/Getty Images The US recorded nearly 126,000 new daily COVID-19 cases on Friday, surpassing 100,000 — and breaking its previous daily case record — for the third day in a row. The US recorded its first 200,000 cases in early April, more than two months after the first case in the country was discovered, but as the situation grows rapidly worse, another 200,000 have been infected w...
Tags: Science, News, US, Trends, Wyoming, North Dakota, Healthcare, New Mexico, Samoa, New York Times These, Coronavirus, COVID, Tyler Sonnemaker, Nakamura Getty, Coronavirus Cases


'Stop the Steal' Facebook Group Becomes 'Gay Communists for Socialism'

Yesterday afternoon, Facebook removed the “Stop the Steal” group page that amassed over 300,000 members in the aftermath of Election Day. The pro-Trump, pro-conspiracy theory page was being used for organizing national protests to claim without evidence that the election is being stolen from Donald Trump. Immediately,…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Donald Trump, Trump, Stop The Steal, No More Malarkey, Gay Communists For Socialism


The 10 Best Deals of November 6, 2020

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Some People Already Have Antibodies That Recognize Covid-19, Thanks to Common Colds

A new study suggests that a small portion of the population carries antibodies that respond to the coronavirus behind covid-19 that were created before the pandemic emerged last late year. Read more...
Tags: Science, Immune System, Antibodies, Immunity, Coronavirus, Covid19


Let's Take a Break and Check Out Some Chill Satellite Images From This Week Instead

We’ve had a week, haven’t we, friends?Read more...
Tags: Science, Earth Science, Satellites, Chill Time


Running Out of Juice? The Best Power Banks to Supercharge Your Travels

Featured Product: Aukey 10,000mAh USB-C Power Bank | $14 | AmazonRead more...
Tags: Science, Aukey, USB chargers, USB C Power Bank, Powerbanks


T-Mobile Will Stop Saying Its 5G Network Is Better Than It Actually Is

The Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division (NAD) told Verizon over the summer to cut it out with the misleading 5G ads, and now it’s telling T-Mobile to do the same. Add that to the fact that the Federal Communications Commission just fined T-Mobile $200 million for its abuse of Sprint’s Lifeline…Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Fcc, Sprint, Federal Communications Commission, Wireless, 5g, T Mobile, NAD


The Pepper Cannon Might Be the Monster Mill I've Been Searching For

Sometimes to the dismay of my wife, I use a healthy amount of pepper in my cooking (season your food people!). Black pepper, white pepper, pink pepper, you name it. And with the Pepper Cannon, it seems like I’ve may have found a pepper mill that can satisfy my quest for spice. Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Pepper, Consumer Tech, Kickstarters, Give Me The Pep, Pepper Cannon


Wait—Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger Costs How Much?

Apple recently made the somewhat surprising announcement that MagSafe was making a comeback with the iPhone 12 lineup. And while the MagSafe Duo wasn’t quite AirPower, it was an accessory that would charge your iPhone 12 and Apple Watch at the same time. That’s an attractive proposition, as the magnets in MagSafe help…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Wireless Charging, Magsafe, Apple Wyd


This Controller Adapter Finally Makes the Nintendo Switch Accessible to Gamers With Limited Mobility

Back in 2018, Microsoft debuted its Xbox Adaptive Controller for the Xbox One consoles, which allowed elaborate custom controllers to be created to meet the needs of gamers with limited mobility. Today Hori, a Japanese company known for its third-party gaming controllers, has released a similar accessibility adapter…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Gaming, Games, Science, Microsoft, Tech, Nintendo, Consumer Tech, Controllers, Accesibility, Hori, Gamepads, Hori Flex


Coronavirus live news: France reports record 60,486 new cases; Russia saw 9,798 Covid-linked deaths in September

France’s new infections more than 2,000 higher than previous record; Italy registers 37,809 new cases; Russia says Covid was main cause in 5,199 cases UK closes Denmark travel corridor over mink Covid scareUK and others look for lessons from Slovakia mass testing schemeEasyJet cuts more flights and sells planes after new Covid controlsUK coronavirus updates – live 7.03pm GMT Good evening from London. I’m Lucy Campbell, I’ll be bringing you all the latest global developments on the coronaviru...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, London, France, Russia, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Denmark, Slovakia, Lucy Campbell, Coronavirus


The DOJ Seized Over a Billion Dollars From Silk Road's Bitcoin Coffers

A $1 billion transaction that flowed out of a dormant bitcoin wallet allegedly belonging to Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht made waves in the crypto world this week, causing some to suspect the founder himself was making moves from prison. No such luck, however: It was the Department of Justice seizing the dark…
Tags: Silk Road, Science, Crime, Bitcoin, Department Of Justice, Doj, Ross Ulbricht


The Mandalorian Went Full Horror, But With Tons of Adorable Baby Yoda

Can’t the Mandalorian and the Child get a few moments of peace and quiet? It seems like the instant one adventure ends, such as defeating a huge Krayt dragon, another one starts right up again. If you thought the dragon was big, bad, and scary, The Mandalorian just said “Hold my blue milk.”Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Disney, Streaming, Lucasfilm, Richard Ayoade, TV Recap, Amy Sedaris, Peyton Reed, Dave Filoni, Dee Bradley Baker, The Mandalorian, Disney Plus, Baby Yoda, Mandalorian Recaps, Paul Sun Hyung Lee


The Sony HT-G700 Makes a Great Case for Budget Dolby Atmos Soundbars

Getting a true Dolby Atmos home theater experience is an investment—and some of us just don’t have the space or willingness to spend upwards of $1,000 to make a super authentic Atmos experience happen. However, recently we’ve started seeing more entry-level soundbar systems supporting the format and of the ones I’ve…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Sony, Home Theater, Soundbars, Atmos, Consumer Tech, Sony Ht G700, 31 Channel System, Home Entertainment Systems, Budget Dolby Atmos Soundbars


Go Away, Eta, You're Drunk

Record-setting Hurricane Eta has cleared Central America after leaving a trail of destruction. The cyclone is a much-weakened tropical depression, but it’s set to strengthen in the coming days and take a wending, circuitous path through the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. It could make landfall in the U.S. early next…Read more...
Tags: Science, Gulf of Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, Hurricane Season, Weather Is Happening, Hurricane Eta


That's Bait

After 12 years Supernatural finally did it! Sort of. Kind of. OK, did you watch last night’s Supernatural yet? If not, time to click away. We’re talking “Despair.”Read more...
Tags: Science, Shipping, Supernatural, Lgbtq, Yikes, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Fanfic, Destiel


Our Readers' Choice Eight Sleep Pod Smart Mattress Is $350 off With This Exclusive Promo Code

$350 off Eight Sleep Pod Mattresses | Promo Code KINJA350$250 off Eight Sleep Pod Covers | Promo Code KINJA35020% off Eight Sleep Pod Accessories | Promo Code KINJA350Read more...
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Netflix, Give Us the Linear TV Feature for Mindless Binge-Watching

A ritual I have become accustomed to at the end of a long day is collapsing on the couch, booting up my Apple TV, and launching my various streaming services one after the other looking for something to watch. It’s much like opening the fridge when you know there’s nothing new inside from the last time you checked…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Netflix, Streaming, Streaming Wars, Im Begging You


Coronavirus live news: Italy reports record case rise; Russia saw 9,798 Covid-linked deaths in September

Italy registers 37,809 new cases and 446 deaths; Russia says coronavirus was the main cause in 5,199 of those 9,798 cases UK closes Denmark travel corridor over mink Covid scareUK and others look for lessons from Slovakia mass testing schemeEasyJet cuts more flights and sells planes after new Covid controlsUK coronavirus updates – live 5.16pm GMT Russia recorded 9,798 deaths linked to suspected or confirmed Covid-19 cases in September, data from the state statistics service shows. Of these d...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, Russia, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Denmark, Latvia, Slovakia, Coronavirus, COVID, Rosstat


Biden's presidency could bring a smoother vaccine rollout and an overall decline in coronavirus cases, experts say

Joe Biden holds his mask at a campaign rally on October 24, 2020, in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Drew Angerer/Getty Images President-elect Joe Biden will inherit the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak when he takes office in January.  But public-health experts think the process of distributing a vaccine will likely be smoother under Biden's administration than it would have been under Trump's. Experts also expect Biden to institute lockdowns in coronavirus hotspots. These measures, combined w...
Tags: Politics, Science, News, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Food And Drug Administration, Fda, Biden, Donald Trump, Business Insider, Administration, Trump, George Washington University


Major UK Trial Will Study Aspirin as a Covid-19 Treatment

A 120-year-old drug is about to be put to the test as a possible treatment for covid-19. This week, researchers from the UK announced they would start including aspirin as one of the treatments studied in the ongoing RECOVERY trial—one of the largest and most influential clinical trials conducted during the pandemic.…Read more...
Tags: UK, Science, Drugs, Recovery, Aspirin, Coronavirus, Covid 19



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