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Internet Explorer was once synonymous with the Internet, but today it's gone for good

Internet Explorer was once synonymous with the Internet, but today it’s gone for good

Aurich Lawson | Getty Images Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has died many deaths over the years, but today is the one that counts. The final version of the browser, Internet Explorer 11, will no longer receive support or security updates starting today, and it will gradually be removed from Windows 10 PCs via a Windows Update …

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QSTP-funded startup brings virtual reality to life

Augmented and mixed reality technologies are widely reported to be on the brink of mass adoption, and tech startup Tarantula AI is creating solutions to narrow the gap between physical and virtual worlds, transforming the broadcast media industry. The first commercial product to emerge from Tarantula AI, with its deep learning technologies and visual depth-effects, …

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Jennifer Lopez's Heartbreaking Oscar Snub Brings Truth to Glossy Netflix Doc

Jennifer Lopez’s Heartbreaking Oscar Snub Brings Truth to Glossy Netflix Doc

Jennifer Lopez has always been obsessed with authenticity. It’s there in her music, like the 2014 single “Same Girl,” the radio sensation “I’m Real” with Ja Rule and her signature bop “Jenny From the Block.” In the latter, a girl from the Bronx makes the solemn promise: “No matter where I go, I know where …

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Will the Fed Cause a Recession?  Why Inflation Is Out of Powell's Control.

Will the Fed Cause a Recession? Why Inflation Is Out of Powell’s Control.

Textsize “Wages are not primarily responsible for the inflation we’re seeing,” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images About the author: J. W. Mason is a professor of economics at John Jay College, City University of New York, and a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. To careful listeners, there was something tragic …

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Superannuation losing value in the stock market crash may not be cause for panic, experts say

There’s increased anxiety amongst some Australian retirees amid a recent plunge on the Australian share market. Key points: Share market movements have an impact on superannuation because the two are closely linked Financial experts say the quality of popular Australian shares has not changed and the value will likely bounce back The Australian share market …

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This photo provided by the Philadelphia Fire Dept., emergency personnel respond to the scene of a building that caught fire then collapsed early Saturday, June 18, 2022 in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Fire Department said “several” firefighters and

Building collapse after fire kills 1 firefighter; 5 injured

PHILADELPHIA — A building caught fire and later collapsed in Philadelphia, killing one firefighter and injuring six other people, two critically, after all became trapped early Saturday, authorities said. The fire was reported just before 2 am Saturday in the building in north Philadelphia, eight occupants were safely evacuated and the fire had been declared …

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World's first ultra-fast photonic computing processor using polarization

World’s first ultra-fast photonic computing processor using polarization

Credit: June Sang Lee, University of Oxford In a paper published today in Science Advancesresearchers at the University of Oxford have developed a method using the polarization of light to maximize information storage density and computing performance using nanowires. Light has an exploitable property—different wavelengths of light do not interact with each other—a characteristic used …

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