Discussing What Quality SEO Can Do for Your Business – Facts to Keep in Mind

If you want to increase your website traffic, SEO is an essential strategy. This technique improves your website’s search engine ranking and generates more traffic. While rankings are important, they are not enough if visitors don’t click through to your site. Instead, you need to create content that will keep visitors on your site longer and get them to purchase more often. Here are a few tips to optimize your content. By following these steps, your website will experience more traffic and beco...
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China Speeds Up Moon Base Plan in Space Race Against America

"China has formally approved three missions targeting the south pole of the moon, with the first to launch around 2024..." reports, "each with different goals and an array of spacecraft." The trio make up the so-called fourth phase for the Chinese lunar exploration program, which most recently landed on the moon last December with a sample-return mission dubbed Chang'e 5. Wu Yanhua, deputy head of the China National Space Administration (CNSA), told China Central Television (CCTV) in ...
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'Year 2022' Bug Breaks Email Delivery For Microsoft Exchange On-Premise Servers

Kalper (Slashdot reader #57,281) shares news from Bleeping Computer: Microsoft Exchange on-premise servers cannot deliver email starting on January 1st, 2022, due to a "Year 2022" bug in the FIP-FS anti-malware scanning engine. Starting with Exchange Server 2013, Microsoft enabled the FIP-FS anti-spam and anti-malware scanning engine by default to protect users from malicious email. According to numerous reports from Microsoft Exchange admins worldwide, a bug in the FIP-FS engine is blocking ...
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Yukai Engineering’s cute stuffed animal robot will nibble on your finger (techcrunch)

Kris Holt Contributor Share on Twitter Kris Holt is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Sidewalk Labs products will be folded into Google proper Toyota’s latest EV concepts include sports cars and a pickup It wouldn’t be CES season without at least a couple of offbeat robots showing up. Yukai Engineering, the maker of the Qoobo robotic cat tail pillow, has revealed a soft robot that n...
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Apple Watch's Life-Saving Potential Highlighted in Suspenseful '911' Ad

Apple today shared a new ad titled "911" that emphasizes the Apple Watch's life-saving potential during emergencies. The suspenseful ad revolves around three individuals named Amanda, Jason, and Jim who were each able to get help by dialing 911 using the Apple Watch, with the ad highlighting excerpts from their frantic phone calls with dispatchers. Amanda, for example, said that her car had flipped over and was starting to fill up with water. Fortunately, the ad concludes that all three indivi...
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Apple Celebrates Chinese New Year With Special-Edition AirPods Pro and More

In celebration of the upcoming Chinese New Year on February 1, Apple has released special-edition AirPods Pro with a custom-designed tiger emoji through its online store and retail stores in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger on the Chinese calendar. The special-edition AirPods Pro have a custom-designed tiger emoji printed on the wireless charging case, with a larger red version printed on the AirPods Pro box. When purchased at Apple retail stores in China, cu...
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Scotland Will Pardon Thousands of Witches

Thousands of people — included hundreds of men — were accused of witchcraft in Scotland, the Guardian reports, "from allegations of cursing the king's ships, to shape-shifting into animals and birds, or dancing with the devil." Many were executed. Now, three centuries after the Witchcraft Act was repealed, campaigners are on course to win pardons and official apologies for the estimated 3,837 people — 84% of whom were women — tried as witches, of which two-thirds were executed and burned... ...
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Best tablet deals for January 2022

When smartphone screens are too small and notebooks are too clunky, a tablet is often your best choice.
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Best Google Pixel deals for January 2022

Time for a new Android smartphone? We’ve smoked out all the latest and greatest Google Pixel deals right here.
Tags: Google, Deals, Android, Mobile, Trends, Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3a, Google Pixel 4, Evergreen Deals

17-Year-Old Beats Magnus Carlsen in World Rapid Chess Championship

Each player gets 15 minutes for all moves (plus a 10-second-per-move increment) at the World Rapid Chess Championship. But players only get three minutes for all moves (plus a 2-second-per-move increment) in the World Blitz Chess Championship. So what happened? World chess champion Magnus Carlsen entered both events, and... A little-known 17-year-old from Uzbekistan made a clean sweep of Magnus Carlsen and the global chess elite on Tuesday, incidentally setting a world age record. Nodirbek...
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Best iPhone deals and sales for January 2022

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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Best smartphone deals for January 2022

It's never a bad time to score a new smartphone, and here are some great deals that can save you hundreds.
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US Government Requests Two-Week Delay for 5G Deployment, Citing Aviation Safety

Reuters reports: U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Friday asked AT&T and Verizon Communications to delay the planned January 5 introduction of new 5G wireless service over aviation safety concerns. In a letter Friday seen by Reuters, Buttigieg and FAA Administrator Steve Dickson asked AT&T Chief Executive John Stankey and Verizon Chief Executive Hans Vestberg for a delay of no more than two weeks as part of a "proposal as a...
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Virtual organizations in health care

In almost all organizations, an employee has a supervisor responsible for guiding the employee in doing their job. This requires good communication between the two. Currently, in medicine, especially during stays in the hospital, there is a similar relationship between physicians: The attending physician recruits the necessary specialist physicians to provide care for the patient Read more… Virtual organizations in health care originally appeared in
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4,346 Flights Cancelled on New Year's Day

4,346 flights were cancelled worldwide by this morning, including 2,508 in the U.S. Airlines have been blaming cancellations on increasing Covid-19 infections among flightcrews creating staffing shortages, the Associated Press reports. "More than 12,000 U.S. flights have been canceled since December 24..." Saturday's disruptions weren't just due to the virus, however. Wintry weather made Chicago the worst place in the country for travelers, with 800 flights scrubbed at O'Hare Airport and more ...
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Is that really me? The ugly truth about beauty filters

Smoother skin, slimmer faces, plumper lips … how unattainable ideals are harming young usersPopping a beautifying filter on the TikTok video she was filming seemed harmless to Mia. It made it look as though she had done her makeup, took away the hint of a double chin that always bothered her, and gently altered her bone structure to make her just that bit closer to perfect.After a while, using filters on videos became second nature – until she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror one day an...
Tags: Health, Technology, Instagram, Social Media, Australia news, Snapchat, Mental Health, Body Image, Health & wellbeing, Beauty, Augmented Reality, Mia, Tiktok, Australian lifestyle

Bank Accidentally Deposits $176M In People's Accounts on Christmas Day

"Thousands of people received a surprise gift on Christmas Day this year," reports CNBC, "when European bank Santander accidentally deposited £130 million ($176 million) across 75,000 transactions." The mistake happened when payments from 2,000 business accounts in the U.K. were processed twice, meaning some employees saw their wages double, while suppliers also got more than they were expecting. The bank said the duplicate payments were caused by a "scheduling issue" that has now been rectifi...
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Best Apple Watch deals and sales for January 2022

The Apple Watch has surged to prominence in recent years. If you're in the market for an iOS wearable, we've sniffed out the best Apple Watch deals available right now.
Tags: Apple, Deals, Wearables, Trends, Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch deals, Apple Watch Series 4, Evergreen Deals

With Webb Telescope's Mid-Booms Extended, Sunshield Takes Shape

"With the successful extension of Webb's second sunshield mid-boom, the observatory has passed another critical deployment milestone," NASA announced Friday, adding that the sunshield "now resembles its full, kite-shaped form in space..." The completion of the sunshield cover and mid-boom deployments over the past two days marks a critical milestone for Webb: all 107 membrane release devices associated with the sunshield deployment — every single one of which had to work in order for the sunshi...
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Google accidentally teases more powerful Tasks sidebar

  Google Tasks doesn't get a lot of attention, and it's not hard to see why. It has very few features and Google Keep can do all it can. However, the tasks can get a little more useful. The new version of the tasks sidebar in a blog post and some useful additions.  The Tasks sidebar is available in products such as Gmail and Docs. The new interface, discovered by 9to5Google (above), does not reinvent the wheel. a single item list, you can view all of your lists  at the same ti...
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Matrix Resurrections: Why Hugo Weaving Didn't Return As Agent Smith

Because of this, Hugo Weaving hasn't repeated his iconic role as Agent Smith in The Matrix Resurrections. After nearly 20 years, the Matrix franchise finally returned in 2021, with co-creator Lana Wachowski  at the helm. While the resulting film  polarized both critics and fans, the backlash is certainly not as harsh as  The Matrix Revolutions, so it may in itself be a Trinity victory, or despite its apparent death, at the end of the revolution. In addition to Neo and Trinity, several othe...
Tags: Hollywood, Tech, Trinity, Smith, Laurence Fishburne, Neo, Weaving, Captain America, Jada Pinkett Smith, Groff, Jonathan Groff, Lana Wachowski, Wachowski, Duke Smith, Keanu Reeves Neo, Yahya AbdulMateen

Pet Bloggers Journey 2022 – Puppy In Training

As the pet industry continues to grow, many new and innovative products are being developed. Some of these inventions include tech that helps pets live longer through monitoring their health and activity levels. Which technologies will be in vogue as they become more mainstream? “The puppy training blog” is a blog that has been around for years. It’s not just about the journey, it also includes helpful tips and tricks to help you train your new pup. It’s possible that some of the links in this ...
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What Were Slashdot's Most Popular Stories of 2021?

Another 12 months gone by, and with it nearly 8,000 new Slashdot headlines — so which ones drew the most views? Click here for lists of Slashdot's top 10 most-visited and most-commented stories of the year — and also the all-time top 10 lists since Slashdot's creation in 1997. Here's some of 2021's highlights: Two of this year's most-visited stories involved Linus Torvalds. (Although one just reported Torvalds "Tells Anti-Vaxxer To Shut Up On Linux Mailing List.") Another story in April foun...
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Urgent Apple warning issued to 1.65BILLION iPad and iPhone users as privacy concerns mount – see if you are at risk

An urgent warning is  issued for iPad and iPhone users due to looming privacy and security concerns.  Apple developer Kosta Eleftheriou announced that the App Store is home to a number of illegal movie streaming services.  Movie trailers and photo filters to fool users. The app encourages users to enter codes or share the app to unlock more functions. There are also premium subscription tiers in apps that run through Apple Pay, of which Apple gets a 15-30 percent cut.  Eleftheriou sai...
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ASUS Teases World’s Most Powerful Gaming Tablet Ahead Of CES 2022

The teaser image shows many parts, including USB Type-A and Type-C connectors, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and what seems to be an XG Mobile slot which is an external GPU (eGPU) device in a portable form factor.  The post ASUS Teases World’s Most Powerful Gaming Tablet Ahead Of CES 2022 appeared first on
Tags: Gaming, Hardware, Asus, All News, Hardware News, ROG, CES 2022

Intel Shows PCIe 5.0 SSDs Reaching 13.7 GB/s On Alder Lake System

Intel demos Alder Lake system with PCIe 5.0 SSDs. It was planned that Ryan Shrout (Intel's Chief Performance Strategist) will demo PCIe 5.0 SSDs during the CES 2022 expo to be held at the start of January. The post Intel Shows PCIe 5.0 SSDs Reaching 13.7 GB/s On Alder Lake System appeared first on
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Intel 12th Gen Core non-K CPU Specs Confirmed By ASUS and COLORFUL

This leak gives us clues on almost all upcoming Core non-K 65W and low-power T-Series 35W SKUs possessing Intel Alder Lake architecture. The post Intel 12th Gen Core non-K CPU Specs Confirmed By ASUS and COLORFUL appeared first on
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The best Android games available (January 2022)

The Google Play Store is loaded with some terrific titles -- and some terrible ones. We've vetted all the options to bring you the best Android games around.
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The best iPhone games (January 2022)

The iPhone has arguably the best games of any mobile platform. Come check out our picks of the best iPhone and iPad games, with selections from many genres.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Mobile, Gaming, Trends, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything

China Is Harvesting 'Masses' of Data on Western Targets from Social Media

The Washington Post reports: China is turning a major part of its internal Internet data surveillance network outward, mining Western social media, including Facebook and Twitter, to equip its government agencies, military and police with information on foreign targets, according to a Washington Post review of hundreds of Chinese bidding documents, contracts and company filings. China maintains a countrywide network of government data surveillance services — called public opinion analysis sof...
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