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  • From Impeccable To Terrible? Google Search Gets Slammed

    From Impeccable To Terrible? Google Search Gets Slammed

    Through the years, Google has become the all-time favorite search engine. People naturally expect that as it grows, search results get to improve, too. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case.

  • Extraterrestrial Life: No Human-like Aliens (Yet), But Alien Microbes, Yes

    Extraterrestrial Life: No Human-like Aliens (Yet), But Alien Microbes, Yes

    Is there life in other planets? One way to find out is through space exploration. That has been done several times. What have we found out all these decades?

  • Aspiring A Career In Computer Graphics Programming? Know The Basics Now

    Aspiring A Career In Computer Graphics Programming? Know The Basics Now

    Computer graphics programming involves a lot math, a lot of programming languages, and a good dose of creativity. Don’t be intimidated with the numerical challenges. It attracts a lot of money, too.

  • No Escape From Google: Google Maps Captures Stealth Bomber In Flight

    No Escape From Google: Google Maps Captures Stealth Bomber In Flight

    An advanced aircraft capable of flying at least 1,000 kilometers per hour just got caught on midair. By what? By a web mapping platform by the name of Google Maps. Explore a bit of Google’s charming online mapping service.

  • Never Be Left Behind: Know What Are The Next Big Things In The Future

    Never Be Left Behind: Know What Are The Next Big Things In The Future

    Back in the late fifties, the next big things included solar-powered batteries and video phones. In 2021, companies are already in advanced stages of manufacturing human-like robots and driverless cars. In 2022 and beyond, mankind will be aspiring for more technological advancements.

  •  NBAbites One Of The Best Streaming Websites

    NBAbites One Of The Best Streaming Websites

    NBAbite is a free NBA streaming website that allows you to watch games from the league live. Due to copyright difficulties, the NBA Streams subreddit was permanently disabled in 2019. NBAbite has proven to be a suitable replacement. There have been a lot of basketballs and NBA enthusiasts in NBAbite since then.

  • Proactive SIM: When Your SIM Does Things On Its Own Without Your Knowledge

    Proactive SIM: When Your SIM Does Things On Its Own Without Your Knowledge

    Your SIM can make things happen without you initiating it to do something and without you knowing anything about it. Yes, it’s true because it happens. It occurs in real life, which could even lead to a tragedy.

  • Messaging Apps: Exposing FBI’s Legal Access To Their Contents

    Messaging Apps: Exposing FBI’s Legal Access To Their Contents

    People trust that messaging apps will always keep their communication private. However, law enforcement agencies as big as the FBI sometimes need to access private information from messaging apps for crime investigations. The law allows them to do it.

  • Regenerative Medicine Breakthrough: Incredible Hydrogels Repair Wounds

    Regenerative Medicine Breakthrough: Incredible Hydrogels Repair Wounds

    Regenerative medicine explores how science repairs the body. As diseases and illnesses ravage a human body, conventional treatments and traditional medicines will be administered. However, regenerative medicine could be another option towards recovery.

  • Book Banning: Why Take Away Prisoners’ Tiny Solace?

    Book Banning: Why Take Away Prisoners’ Tiny Solace?

    Why would several American prisons resort to book banning? What would they get out of it? Also, what kind of books do they even ban in the first place?

  • Cancer Therapy: Latest Breakthrough Aims to Kill Cancer-causing Gene Minus Side Effects

    Cancer Therapy: Latest Breakthrough Aims to Kill Cancer-causing Gene Minus Side Effects

    All over the world, cancer causes hundreds of thousands of deaths each year, but a recent breakthrough could lead to a cancer therapy that could help decrease cancer deaths. A gene holds the key to this cancer treatment.

  • Jack Dorsey Resigns And Names Parag Agrawal As New Twitter CEO

    Jack Dorsey Resigns And Names Parag Agrawal As New Twitter CEO

    Just after Thanksgiving Day, Jack Dorsey found himself thanking an extra special bunch of people. By “extra special” we mean the people he worked with for nearly 16 years. Dorsey’s thanking them, by the way, because he’s leaving Twitter.

  • Spectrum HBO: HBO Max Is Now On Spectrum Tv

    Spectrum HBO: HBO Max Is Now On Spectrum Tv

    HBO Max and YouTube, two of the most popular streaming services, are now available on Spectrum TV. Users will be able to access content from the app through the platform's guide on channels 2004 for HBO Max and 2003 for YouTube.

  • Botulinum Toxin: The “Miracle Poison” You Might Take One Day

    Botulinum Toxin: The “Miracle Poison” You Might Take One Day

    If you happen to read this blog post published just this month in a popular food blog, the “deadliest thing” it’s talking about is botulinum toxin. In his The Angry Chef blog, development chef and food and science writer Anthony Warner put a spotlight on botulinum toxin.

  • Keep Charging: Ways Credit Cards Rake In Big Bucks

    Keep Charging: Ways Credit Cards Rake In Big Bucks

    Those plastic cards that people call credit cards always mean business on any average day. First introduced in America in the 1920s, today’s top four biggest credit card networks are (in decreasing order) Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

  • Latest Buzz On Path Separator: Why “¥” Not “\”?

    Latest Buzz On Path Separator: Why “¥” Not “\”?

    This 21st century, as 2021, the start of a new decade, comes to a close, an old – very old – issue regarding a path separator recently surfaced online. It began when an ex-Apple worker watched a 23-year-old anime and noticed a coding-related matter that could be traced all the way back to the ‘80s.

  • Godzilla Vs Kong Release Date Hbo Max 2021

    Godzilla Vs Kong Release Date Hbo Max 2021

    The Godzilla vs. Kong premiere on HBO Max should take place at the same time as previous Max Originals and Warner Bros. films, which means it will air at or around midnight on the network.

  • Stream It Or Skip It: Godzilla Vs Kong  HBO Max, A Titanically Silly Monster Mosh That’s A Whale Of A Good Time

    Stream It Or Skip It: Godzilla Vs Kong HBO Max, A Titanically Silly Monster Mosh That’s A Whale Of A Good Time

    Godzilla vs. Kong has 40-ton headbutts, skyscraper-smashing chokeslams, enormous tail whips, massive ape-axes, and enough behemothic mayhem and destruction to keep us entertained until next Tuesday at the very least.

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