WHO Sees First Results From COVID Drug Trials Within Two Weeks

The World Health Organization (WHO) should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, its Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. From a report: "Nearly 5,500 patients in 39 countries have so far been recruited into the Solidarity trial," he told a news briefing, referring to clinical studies the U.N. agency is conducting. "We expect interim results within the next two weeks." The Solidarity Trial sta...
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Get your game on with the best controllers for Android smartphones

From rechargeable to wireless options, we've rounded up some of the best controllers for gaming on Android.
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Walmart is Converting Its Parking Lots Into Pop-up Drive-in Theaters For the Summer

Walmart said this week that it was converting some of its parking lots into drive-in theaters for the summer as the movie industry struggles amid the coronavirus pandemic. From a report: The retail behemoth is converting 160 of its parking lots across the US into drive-ins. These theaters will open in early August and remain open through October. The Walmart Drive-In will feature movies programmed by Tribeca Enterprises, the company behind the Tribeca Film Festival, which recently launched a sum...
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IRS adds more locations to pay tax bills in cash

If you want to pay your taxes in cash, you now have more retail locations from which to choose. But make your choice soon. It takes days to set up a cash tax payment. If you dawdle, you could end making a late cash payment and owing Uncle Sam penalty and interest charges, too. Do you like paying by cash? Then you'll be thrilled by the Internal Revenue Service's latest tax payment move. Ace Cash Express and Casey's General Stores across the country have joined 7-Eleven stores in offering a way...
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Twitter Engineers Replacing Racially Loaded Tech Terms Like 'Master,' 'Slave'

For Regynald Augustin, a Black programmer at Twitter, the impetus for change arrived in an email last year with the phrase "automatic slave rekick." The words were just part of an engineering discussion about restarting a secondary process, but they prompted Augustin to start trying to change Twitter's use of words with racist connections. Augustin was used to seeing the term "slave" in technical contexts. "But with 'rekick' -- I was madder than I ever thought I'd be in the workplace," he said. ...
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New Apple macOS Big Sur Feature To Hamper Adware Operations

With macOS 11, also known as Big Sur, Apple has removed the ability to install macOS profile configurations from the command-line. ZDNet reports: This ability was previously a core feature of macOS' enterprise package, which allows system administrators to deploy new configurations company-wide via automated scripts. However, the ability to deploy a new profile config via the command-line has also been abused by malware gangs or adware strains, who used it because it was silent and didn't requir...
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Best bird identification apps for iOS and Android

The best bird guide may be on your smartphone. Here are some of our favorite birding apps for iOS and Android.
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Linus Torvalds: 'I Do No Coding Any More'

The Linux Foundation recently uploaded its video from the Open Source Summit and Embedded Linux Conference: Europe. And there was a poignant moment when Linus Torvalds did his traditional keynote conversation with Dirk Hohndel, VMware's vice president and chief open source officer. Honndel had asked Linus — his hair now uncharacteristically long — what he spends his time on as a kernel maintainer. What's his workflow? "What do you do?" Linus Torvalds: Um, I read email. [Hohndel laughs] I read...
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SEO 101 Episode 385: Google Agrees to Pay for News Content, More Google Properties Closing, and Local SEO News

Summary of SEO 101 Episode 385 John and Ross discuss Google’s amazing acquiescence towards paying news organizations for the right to use their content. A sure game-changer for anyone in the news market. The SEOs next discuss an assortment of Google News from the closure of some Google products to insights into local SEO and a Mueller file. NOTE: If you like to receive our show notes straight to your inbox, sign up to our SEO 101 Podcast Show Notes Newsletter available at ...
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How to watch 'Hamilton' on Disney Plus

  A filmed version of "Hamilton," the wildly popular Broadway musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, is now streaming on Disney Plus. The movie adaptation, which seeks to emulate the in-person theatrical experience of "Hamilton," is arriving on Disney Plus more than a year before its intended October 2021 release date. You can purchase a Disney Plus subscription for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, or in a bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99 per month. For detailed impressions on Disney ...
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Tesla is taking reservations for its Cybertruck in China

Tesla has opened up reservations for its all-electric Cybertruck to customers in China, a move that will test the market’s appetite for a massive, futuristic truck. The reservations page on Tesla’s China website was first posted in Reddit channel r/teslamotors by user u/aaronhry. Electrek also reported on the Reddit post. The Cybertruck, which was unveiled in November at the Tesla Design Center in Hawthorne, Calif., isn’t expected to go into production until late 2022. But that hasn’t stopped...
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LinkedIn Says iOS App Reading Clipboard With Every Keystroke is a Bug, Fix Coming

iOS 14 introduces a feature that alerts users when apps access their clipboards, and tons of apps have been caught clipboard snooping. LinkedIn is one of the iOS apps that has been reading user clipboards, and iPhone owners have complained that the app copies the contents of the clipboard with every keystroke. LinkedIn is copying the contents of my clipboard every keystroke. IOS 14 allows users to see each paste notification. I’m on an IPad Pro and it’s copying from the clipboard of my MacB...
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Nigerian Olalekan Jacob Ponle Charged With Cyber Fraud Against Companies In California, Other States

CHICAGO (AP) — A Nigerian national appeared in federal court in Chicago Friday accused of orchestrating an international cyber fraud scheme that federal prosecutors say defrauded U.S. businesses in six states out of tens of millions of dollars. Olalekan Jacob Ponle, 29, originally of Lagos, Nigeria, was arrested last month in the United Arab Emirates, where he was living, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago. He was expelled from the country and into FBI custody an...
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The best Apple iPhone deals for July 2020

Apple devices can get pricey, but don't despair: Here's an up-to-date list of the best iPhone deals available.
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The best laptop deals for July 2020: Dell, HP, Apple, and more

Whether you need a new laptop for school or work, we put together a list of the best laptop deals right now.
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Timing of Innovation – Getting the Odds on Your Side

When it comes to innovation, there are countless ways things might go wrong. However, one of the most prevalent ones is incorrect timing. If you manage to get the timing just right, your innovations will obviously benefit from huge tailwinds when entire industries are transitioning from the old to the new with you riding at the top of the wave. With the right timing, even mediocre execution can lead to extraordinary results. On the other hand, get it wrong, and you’ll fail almost inevitabl...
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Deals: B&H Photo Discounts 2020 13-Inch MacBook Pro by $200, Starting at $1,599 for 512GB

B&H Photo today introduced new discounts on Apple's 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro, starting with the 512GB model (16GB RAM, 10th gen processor) at $1,599.00, down from $1,799.00. This sale price is only available in the Silver color option. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with B&H Photo. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. For the 1TB 13-inch MacBook Pro (16GB RAM, 10th gen processor), you'll find a price of $1,7...
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Colleges Rescinding Admissions Offers as Racist Social Media Posts Emerge

A star high school athlete recruited to play football for Cornell University will no longer be attending the school after a Snapchat video of him using a racial slur went viral.Marquette University revoked an incoming freshman's admission offer because of a Snapchat post mocking the death of George Floyd.And an honors student bound for the University of Florida now has to make other college plans after the university learned of an Instagram post in which the student declared she was "most de...
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The Portfolio: David Phume

Animator, roboticist and artist David Phume is on a mission to show that technology is not just for the geniuses in Silicon Valley The post The Portfolio: David Phume appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Minisforum shows off Ryzen 5 3550H APU based DMAF5 mini PCs

Minisforum is showing off the DMAF5 mini PC which unsurprisingly uses AMD Ryzen 5 3550H APU. Earlier this was spotted in IndieGoGo but recently the company behind this NUC-like (Next Unit of Computing) alternative is shown with real-world images. According to its Facebook page, Minisforum manufactures these in Pinghu, Guangdong, China. The post Minisforum shows off Ryzen 5 3550H APU based DMAF5 mini PCs appeared first on
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MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Trio Wireless Charging Pad From Satechi

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Satechi to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Trio Wireless Charging Pad that can wirelessly charge the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at once. Priced at $119, the Trio Wireless Charging Pad has a simple rectangular design that looks clean and organized on a desk, counter, or table top. There's a slight wedge look to the charger, along with three LEDs that serve as charging indicators for your devices. There's an upright pop-out ‌Ap...
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Mysterious Explosion and Fire Damage Iranian Nuclear Enrichment Facility

A fire ripped through a building at Iran's main nuclear-fuel production site early Thursday, causing extensive damage to what appeared to be a factory where the country has boasted of producing a new generation of centrifuges. The United States has repeatedly warned that such machinery could speed Tehran's path to building nuclear weapons. schwit1 shares a report: The Atomic Energy Agency of Iran acknowledged an "incident" at the desert site, but did not term it sabotage. It released a photograp...
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Baidu joins Open Invention Network Linux patent protection group

Baidu, China[he]#039[/he]s Google, and a leading artificial intelligence (AI) company are joining the open-source and Linux patent protection group, Open Invention Network.
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SK Hynix starts HBM2e production volume for premium memory applications

The HBM2e memory module is specced as a 1024-bit memory, clocked at 3.6 GHz and made by SK Hynix. Per stack carries up to 16GB. This is possible via its 8 layered DRAM stack with 16Gb storage capacity each. The post SK Hynix starts HBM2e production volume for premium memory applications appeared first on
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R&D Roundup: Tech giants unveil breakthroughs at computer vision summit

Computer vision summit CVPR has just (virtually) taken place, and like other CV-focused conferences, there are quite a few interesting papers. More than I could possibly write up individually, in fact, so I’ve collected the most promising ones from major companies here. Facebook, Google, Amazon and Microsoft all shared papers at the conference — and others too, I’m sure — but I’m sticking to the big hitters for this column. (If you’re interested in the papers deemed most meritorious ...
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Who Is the Mystery Shopper Leaving Behind Thousands of Online Shopping Carts?

A Google crawler has been adding products to e-commerce site shopping carts, the Wall Street Journal reported this week. From a write-up: Sellers have been complaining about a serial cart abandoner named, John Smith. Turns out John is a Google bot. A Google spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that it built systems to ensure the pricing seen on the product pages is reflected when a user adds a product to the cart. GoogleBot shopping. Google told Search Engine Land in a statement, "We use au...
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Apple Survey Asks iPhone Users What They Do With Old Power Adapters

Amid multiple reports that Apple will no longer include a power adapter in its iPhone boxes starting with the iPhone 12 later this year, it appears Apple is surveying recent ‌iPhone‌ buyers to ask about what they've done with the power adapters that came with their previous iPhones. Screenshot via Twitter user @bedabb_ Apple's surveys typically cover numerous aspects of its products, but Brazilian Twitter user @Gunstaxl recently noted (via 9to5Mac) that the ‌iPhone‌ survey he received incl...
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The best Android games currently available (July 2020)

We've mined Google's Play Store to unearth the true gems. These are the must-play games you need to download.
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Amazon discounts Echo Dot, Fire HD 8, Fire HD 10 Kids Edition for 4th of July

The Kids Edition of the Echo Dot smart speaker and Fire HD 8 and 10 tablets are on sale for as low as $50 at Amazon this 4th of July.
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Fitbit Versa 2 is $150 at Amazon for 4th of July — save $50

The Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch is only $150 right now and it's the perfect tool for encouraging you to get fitter this summer
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