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Unsweetened: Android swaps sugary codenames for boring numbers

Unsweetened: Android swaps sugary codenames for boring numbers

Share this story Google The Android 10 logo, which has no additional “Q” snack name. Google From the bottom to the top we have the original Android logo, the 2014 redesign, and today‘s redesign. Anything is better than that first logo. Google / Ron Amadeo Google even provided complementary color […]

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Identical photons generated 150 million kilometers apart

Identical photons generated 150 million kilometers apart

/ A nearby source of quantum photons. Share this story Up until the mid-20th century, light was pretty ordinary. Yes, it was both a particle and a wave, but it didn’t do anything very weird. Then scientists, under-employed after the end of World War II, started paying more attention to […]

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Vaping-linked lung disease cases jump from 94 to 153 in 5 days, CDC says

Vaping-linked lung disease cases jump from 94 to 153 in 5 days, CDC says

/ A person exhales vapor while using an electronic cigarette device in San Francisco, California on Monday, June 24, 2019. Share this story Cases of severe lung disease linked to vaping rose from 94 to 153—a jump of over 60%—in just five days, according to by the Centers for Disease […]

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These McLaren F1s and Bugatti EB110s were the stars of Car Week

These McLaren F1s and Bugatti EB110s were the stars of Car Week

Share this story Now there‘s a sight you don‘t see very often. Jonathan Gitlin With only 106 ever built, a McLaren F1 is a rare thing. But this bright orange one is rarer than most. Jonathan Gitlin McLaren built five F1 LMs (plus a prototype) during the winter of 1995-1996 […]

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The FCC has no idea how many people don’t have broadband access

The FCC has no idea how many people don’t have broadband access

Share this story A new broadband mapping system is starting to show just how inaccurate the Federal Communications Commission‘s connectivity data is. In Missouri and Virginia, up to 38% of rural homes and businesses that the FCC counts as having broadband access actually do not, the new research found. That‘s […]

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