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'Time Cells' Discovered In Human Brains

Researchers have identified cells in the human brain that are responsible for episodic memories. The study has been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. NPR reports: The cells are called time cells, and they place a sort of time stamp on memories as they are being formed. That allows us to recall sequences of events or experiences in the right order. "By having time cells create this indexing across time, you can put everything together in a way that makes se...
Tags: Tech, Dallas, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Buzsáki, Lega, National Academy of Sciences NPR, Bradley Lega, Gyorgy Buzsaki Biggs, New York University Buzsaki


How to connect a PS4 controller to your iPhone in 4 simple steps, and play mobile games with a real controller

There are a variety of games you can play when you connect a PS4 controller to your iPhone. George Dolgikh/Shutterstock You can connect a PS4 controller to your iPhone through the phone's Bluetooth menu. Before you connect it to your iPhone, be sure to put your PS4 controller into pairing mode by holding down the PlayStation and Share buttons. Connecting a PS4 controller to your iPhone will let you play a variety of mobile games with a controller. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference li...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Gaming, Trends, Playstation, Sony, Playstation 4, Ps4, Game controllers, iPhone Games, Tech Insider, Dualshock, Dualshock 4, George Dolgikh Shutterstock, Apple Arcade, My Devices


Understanding Customer Churn and How to Prevent It [Infographic]

Philip Kotler is one of the best marketing minds the world has ever seen. In one of his books, Kotler had suggested that the average company looses anywhere between 10 to 30 percent of customers each year. Although a number of studies disagree with this figure, there is a consensus here that customer churn, at least some of it, is unavoidable. There are several reasons why a customer chooses to stop doing business with you. Some of it is internal – for example, the customer may no longer need...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Business, Nps, LMS, Customer Retention, Small Business Advice, Kotler, Philip Kotler, Customer Retention Strategies


Alyssa Rosenberg talks Charlie Brown's Halloween disappearance

Fans Will Have to Look Harder to Find Charlie Brown's Great Pumpkin This Year Tanzina Vega and Alyssa Rosenberg WNYC's The Takeaway  October 29, 2020 https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/takeaway/segments/fans-will-have-look-harder-find-charlie-browns-great-pumpkin-year https...
Tags: Apple, Comics, New York, Charlie Brown, Don, Alyssa Rosenberg, Snoopy, Charles Schulz, Tanzina Vega, Mike Rhode, The Washington Post Alyssa


Twitter lifts freeze from New York Post account after policy reversal

Latest move in an ongoing saga comes after CEO Jack Dorsey was grilled by Republican lawmakers during a Senate hearing on WednesdayTwitter said on Friday it had changed its policy and lifted a freeze it placed on the account of the New York Post after the newspaper published controversial articles about Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.It is the latest move in an ongoing saga that called into question the moderation policies of social media platforms. Both Twitter and Facebook took measures to limi...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, New York Post, Technology, Media, Senate, Joe Biden, Newspapers, US news, Republican, US press and publishing, Jack Dorsey, Hunter Biden, WednesdayTwitter


Experts Expose the Deadliest Garden Writing Tools! And Five Fabulous Coneflowers that Defy News Feed Blues!!!

July 15, 2020 Cincinnati, Ohio Dear Marianne, Thank you so much for your letter dated June 26th. During this chaotic, busy time, it reminded me that I’m still in this relationship, and just as importantly, it reminded me why. I’ll explain this a little later on. Before I do, I want to address my Facebook overshares. I’ve been accused of this before, and I have brought it up with health professionals. Highly paid mental health professionals, actually. Through this I’ve learned new things about my...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Gardening, YOAST, Everclear, Cincinnati Ohio, Scott Beuerlein, Monty Don, Mosteller Road, SHARONVILLE Ohio, Deadliest Garden Writing Tools, Midwest Where, Echinacea Sombrero Orange


Is Naming Your Garden Pretentious?

Ever ready to object when I hear the word ‘pretentious’ used to condemn something that might warrant a deeper conversation and a bottle of wine, I have recently found myself defending the practice of naming one’s garden to [apparently] less pretentious gardening friends; and I thought that it might be worth throwing out the topic to a larger audience. I originally brought up the issue after watching a video posted by horticulturist and fellow tropical enthusiast Irvin Etienne, who with an iPhone...
Tags: Google, Gardening, UK, England, Martha Stewart, America, Indiana, US Postal Service, Kenya, Allen, Monty, Irvin, Madame Ganna Walska, Canada UK, Dan Hinkley, Facebook Friends


Russian Hackers Targeted California, Indiana Democratic Parties In Repeat of 2016 Attacks

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: The group of Russian hackers accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election earlier this year targeted the email accounts of Democratic state parties in California and Indiana, and influential think tanks in Washington and New York, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The attempted intrusions, many of which were internally flagged by Microsoft Corp over the summer, were carried out by a group often nicknamed "Fancy Bear....
Tags: New York, Microsoft, California, Washington, Russia, Tech, Joe Biden, Indiana, Hillary Clinton, United States, Department Of Justice, Reuters, Microsoft Corp, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, California Indiana


Sony Close To Buying Crunchyroll For Nearly $1 Billion

According to Nikkei, Sony is close to acquiring U.S. anime-streaming service Crunchyroll for more than $957 million. From the report: Sony has its own popular anime, titles like "Demon Slayer" and "Kimetsu no Yaiba," but has been licensing it to streaming services. Sony's Aniplex, the studio behind "Kimetsu no Yaiba," has a variety of content, including movies and music, that is mainly distributed by overseas companies. If the acquisition is realized, global competition for content among compani...
Tags: San Francisco, Tech, Netflix, Sony, Hulu, Crunchyroll, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Kimetsu, Yaiba, Nikkei Sony, Crunchyroll Crunchyroll, Europe Crunchyroll


A 5-Story Building In Shanghai 'Walks' To a New Location Using Technology

In Shanghai's latest effort to preserve historic structures, engineers have relocated an 85-year-old, five-story building in its entirety using new technology dubbed the "walking machine." CNN reports: [E]ngineers attached nearly 200 mobile supports under the five-story building, according to Lan Wuji, chief technical supervisor of the project. The supports act like robotic legs. They're split into two groups which alternately rise up and down, imitating the human stride. Attached sensors help c...
Tags: Tech, Cnn, Shanghai, LAN, Huangpu, Lan Wuji, Shanghai Evolution Shift, Lagena Primary School


How to delete a Google Classroom course, or archive it to keep its data and grades

You can delete a Google Classroom class on any platform. SOPA Images/Getty Images You can delete a Google Classroom class once it's over or canceled. Before you can delete a Google Classroom class, you'll need to "Archive" it, which is essentially a way to deactivate it. Any instructor can archive a class, but only the head teacher can delete it. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Classroom acts as a virtual learning space, where teachers can hand out ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Online Learning, Google Classroom, Classroom, Jennifer, Tech Insider, Online School, Remote Learning, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, Smartphones (Reference, Jennifer Still


TikTok stars got a judge to block Trump’s TikTok ban

TikTok has won another battle in its fight against the Trump administration’s ban of its video-sharing app in the U.S. — or, more accurately in this case, the TikTok community won a battle. On Friday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania has issued an injunction that blocked the restrictions that would have otherwise blocked TikTok from operating in the U.S. on November 12. This particular lawsuit was not led by TikTok itself, but rather a group of TikTok creators who use the app to engage with th...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Tech, Software, Pennsylvania, United States, Pakistan, Trump, Pappas, Mobile Applications, Trump Administration, Bytedance, Tiktok, Cosette Rinab, Vanessa Pappas


Waymo Pulls Back the Curtain On 6.1 Million Miles of Self-Driving Car Data

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: In its first report on its autonomous vehicle operations in Phoenix, Arizona, Waymo said that it was involved in 18 crashes and 29 near-miss collisions during 2019 and the first nine months of 2020. These crashes included rear-enders, vehicle swipes, and even one incident when a Waymo vehicle was T-boned at an intersection by another car at nearly 40 mph. The company said that no one was seriously injured and "nearly all" of the collisions were...
Tags: US, Tech, Phoenix, Waymo, Schwall, Matthew Schwall, Phoenix Arizona Waymo, Federal Highway Administration This


iPhones can now tell blind users where and how far away people are

Apple has packed an interesting new accessibility feature into the latest beta of iOS: a system that detects the presence of and distance to people in the view of the iPhone’s camera, so blind users can social distance effectively, among many other things. The feature emerged from Apple’s ARKit, for which the company developed “people occlusion,” which detects people’s shapes and lets virtual items pass in front of and behind them. The accessibility team realized that this, combined with the ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, TC, Gadgets, Mobile, Tech, Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence, Ada, Max, Blindness, Ios 14, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Pro


Apple Launches AirPods Pro Service Program for Crackling/Static Problems and ANC Issues

Apple today announced the launch of a new service program for AirPods Pro sound issues, which is designed to address ‌AirPods Pro‌ units experiencing static or crackling sounds or problems with Active Noise Cancellation. Faulty AirPods exhibit the following problems, according to Apple:Crackling or static sounds that increase in loud environments, with exercise or while talking on the phone Active Noise Cancellation not working as expected, such as a loss of bass sound, or an increase in bac...
Tags: Apple, Featured, ANC, AirPods Pro


Daily Crunch: Under Armour is selling MyFitnessPal

Under Armour gives up on one of its big acquisitions, Uber Eats faces complaints over its free delivery policy for Black restaurants and Facebook takes another step to limit QAnon-related content. This is your Daily Crunch for October 30, 2020. The big story: Under Armour is selling MyFitnessPal Five years after Under Armour acquired MyFitnessPal for $475 million, it’s selling the diet- and exercise-tracking app to investment firm Francisco Partners for $345 million. It’s also shutting dow...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Uber, India, New York City, Tech, Eu, Aol, Black, Daimler, Under Armour, Myfitnesspal, Armour, Francisco Partners


13 movie night essentials for fun family time at home

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. monkeybusinessimages/Getty Images Family movie nights are fun way to spend an evening at home together any time of year. With the right setup, including a small digital projector or television set, some snacks, and comfy seating, it can also be just as enjoyable as a trip to the theater and more budget-friendly. If you're considering which streaming services offer the best movies for your family's ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Movies, Kids, Parenting, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Tech, Walmart, Features, Netflix, Roku, Vizio, Hulu, Tcl


Apple Ordered to Pay VirnetX Another $502.8 Million for Patent Infringement

A jury today ruled that Apple owes VirnetX $502.8 million for patent infringement in an ongoing legal battle that has spanned 10 years. The dispute started in 2010, when VirnetX accused Apple's FaceTime feature of infringing on VirnetX patents. According to Bloomberg, the jury in the case was asked to determine how much Apple owes VirnetX in royalties for VPN on Demand, an iPhone feature that lets people access virtual private networks. VirnetX wanted Apple to pay $700 million, while Apple a...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Bloomberg, Rumors, Vpn, Facetime


Cough-scrutinizing AI shows major promise as an early warning system for COVID-19

Asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 is a huge contributor to the pandemic, but of course if there are no symptoms, how can anyone tell they should isolate or get a test? MIT research has found that hidden in the sound of coughs is a pattern that subtly, but reliably, marks a person as likely to be in the early stages of infection. It could make for a much-needed early warning system for the virus. The sound of one’s cough can be very revealing, as doctors have known for many years. AI models have be...
Tags: Health, TC, Science, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ibm, Fda, NWU, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Brian Subirana, Subirana


Apple acknowledges AirPods Pro issues, will replace those that crackle and rattle

Are your AirPods Pro earbuds making weird noises? You’re not imagining it — and you’re not the only one. Just a few months after Apple started shipping AirPods Pro, some users started noticing that one or both of their earbuds were rattling or crackling. The noises would reportedly get worse whenever the user moved, and would sometimes only develop after months of use. Apple didn’t say too much about it at first, but would usually replace crackling earbuds if you took the time to hit up suppo...
Tags: Apple, TC, Hardware, Tech, Mark Gurman, Wireless Earbuds, AirPods Pro


Apple says some AirPods Pro have sound problems, will replace for free

These issues include a static or crackling sound that increases in loud environments as well as issues with active noise cancellation.
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Stat Of The Week: A Frontrunner For Law Firm Meetings

Who’s taking over your workplace calendar? 
Tags: Technology, Law, Biglaw, Stat of the Week


Apple Added a Secret Button To Your iPhone

Your iPhone got a new button last month, and you may not have even noticed. The Verge reports: No, Apple didn't sneak into your house and secretly superglue a button onto your smartphone. But it did release iOS 14, the latest version of its iPhone software, which includes a feature called Back Tap. Back Tap adds a fascinating new "button" to your phone that blurs the line between hardware and software. Back Tap turns the entire back of your iPhone into a giant touch-sensitive button that you can...
Tags: Apple, Siri, Tech


'The Mandalorian' season 2 is now streaming on Disney Plus — here's how to watch the exclusive 'Star Wars' series

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Disney The second season of "The Mandalorian" premiered on Disney Plus on October 30, and will continue with new episodes every Friday."The Mandalorian" is an original "Star Wars" series set after the events of "Return of the Jedi."Rosario Dawson will reportedly join the cast as a Jedi Knight in season two, while Temuera Morrison will reprise his role as Boba Fett.Disney Plus costs $6.99 per month ...
Tags: Reviews, Star Wars, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Tech, Netflix, Streaming, Espn, Jon Favreau, Hulu, Skywalker, Bob Iger, Pedro Pascal, Rosario Dawson, Temuera Morrison


41 affordable tech gifts under $50 — ideas from Amazon, Google, Roku, and more

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider If you're looking for gifts for tech enthusiasts, but don't want to break the bank, we've rounded up some great options for under $50.Our picks include big-name devices, like the Google Nest Mini and the Roku Streaming Stick+, as well as some of the wackier tech items we've seen this year, such as a 5-meal automatic pet feeder.Check out all of our 2020 gift guides for...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Walmart, Features, Gifts, Valentine's Day, Logitech, Fire TV Stick, Gift Guides, Anker, Alexa, Nomad


These Drones Will Plant 40,000 Trees in a Month. By 2028, They'll Have Planted 1 Billion

Earlier this month, on land north of Toronto that previously burned in a wildfire, drones hovered over fields and fired seed pods into the ground, planting native pine and spruce trees to help restore habitat for birds. From a report: Flash Forest, the Canadian startup behind the project, plans to use its technology to plant 40,000 trees in the area this month. By the end of the year, as it expands to other regions, it will plant hundreds of thousands of trees. By 2028, the startup aims to have ...
Tags: Toronto, Tech, United States, Ahlstrom, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Flash Forest, Angelique Ahlstrom


Windows kernel zero-day disclosed by Google's Project Zero after bug exploited in the wild by hackers

Chocolate Factory spills beans on make-me-admin flaw Google's Project Zero bug-hunting team has disclosed a Windows kernel flaw that's being actively exploited by miscreants to gain administrator access on compromised machines.…
Tags: Google, Software


Hands-On Comparison: iPhone 12 vs. iPhone 12 Pro

For those still trying to make a decision between an iPhone 12 or an iPhone 12 Pro, we picked up both models and in our latest YouTube video, did a hands-on comparison between them. Our video highlights the similarities and the differences so you can which one is the best fit for you and whether the ‌iPhone 12 Pro‌ is worth an extra $200. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. When it comes to design, the ‌iPhone 12‌ and 12 Pro are the exact same size with the same O...
Tags: Apple, Featured, MacRumors YouTube, Iphone 12, iPhone 12 Pro


How to subscribe to Apple One from your iPhone or iPad

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Apple today rolled out Apple One, the bundle that joins together subscriptions for all of Apple’s different services. It could be a real bargain if you’re an Apple user, and it comes with a free trial to boot. Here’s how you can try it out for yourself. In case you haven’t heard, Apple One bundles together Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and iCloud. With...
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This creepy 'haunted' Zoom call uses deepfakes to put words in your mouth — and serves as a powerful warning about the threats posed by cutting-edge misinformation techniques

A Halloween video uses a Zoom call and deep fakes. Take This Lollipop 2 Filmmakers have created a chillling interactive video that features looming figures in a video conference and deepfakes of viewers.  The on-screen experience creates a videoconference call in which a figure appears behind viewers, and viewers appear to say things they didn't as their likeness is manipulated.  The filmmakers say the project shows how easily deepfakes can be created, representing a real cybersecurity con...
Tags: Facebook, Halloween, Enterprise, Trends, Tech, Cybersecurity, Southwest, Jason Zada, Jeff Elder, Zada, Tech Insider, Jason Nickel



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