June 17, 2024
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Computer Hardware

Huge 98-inch TV has cut price in half for Father's Day

You can trust PC Guide: Our team of experts uses a combination of independent consumer research, extensive testing where appropriate (which will be marked as such), and market analysis when recommending products, software and services. Find out how we test here. If you are planning to get your hands on a gigantic 98-inch screen to

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Solar System

Signs from the Heavens year 6.3-2024 – 3rd quarter – TPS – English

The third causal impulse of the annual cycle, the june solstice (June 20, 2024 h. 8:52 pm UTC), see the primary Earth-Sun Direction (the disciple-Humanity And the soul-Hierarchy in the center) activate the Capricorn-Cancer Axis, the Summit and the Valley, the Gate of the gods and the Men's Gate. Capricorn-Cancer Polarity – Adriano N. At

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Science And Technology

Early detection of visual impairment in children with an innovative application

Cerebral visual impairment (CVI) is the most common cause of visual impairment affecting children in the economically developed world. Despite this, there are limited options for screening, resulting in many children going undiagnosed, especially those with normal visual acuity. A recent study by researchers at Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand, led by Dr Nicola

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Space

Vyoma hires Aerospacelab for second SSA satellite

Credit: Vyoma Lagos, June 17, 2024. – Vyoma has selected Aerospacelab for a microsatellite contract, which will fly Vyoma's second Space Situational Awareness (SSA) optical payload, tentatively launching toward the end of 2025. The mission advances the 12-satellite Flamingo constellation of Vyoma which the Company designed for high-fidelity, low-latency space-based SSA data acquisition and provisioning.

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Gaming

NVIDIA CEO Delivers Caltech Commencement Address

NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang on Friday encouraged Caltech graduates to pursue their craft with dedication and resilience, and to see setbacks as new opportunities. “I hope you believe in something. Something unconventional, something unexplored. But let him inform himself, let him reason and let him dedicate himself to making that happen,” he stated.

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Crypto

Make good decisions, be good leaders

The following is an excerpt from “I'm Not Your Brother: 21 Keys to Strong Parenting” by George Mekhail. Visit the Bitcoin Magazine Store to order your copy of the book, on sale today. I started using this phrase as my last words to kids when I dropped them off in elementary school and continue to

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Headphones

Luminox Audio Tri-Light Review – Headfonics

Today, Nihal reviews the Luminox Audio Tri-Light, which is a high-end triple coaxial Litz wire audio cable designed for IEM owners. It is priced at $950. Disclaimer: This sample was sent to me in exchange for my honest opinion. Headfonics is an independent website with no links or affiliate status. I appreciate Luminox Audio for

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Technology

Heart rate tracking on headphones was probably a mistake

Sunday Runday (Image credit: Android Central) In this weekly columnMichael Hicks, Wearables Editor at Android Central, talks about the world of wearables, apps, and fitness technology related to running and health, in your quest to be faster and fitter. Athletes often choose a chest strap, armband or fitness watch to evaluate health and effort. However,

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Computer Hardware

Live coverage of the NVIDIA Computex 2024 keynote!

I managed to attend NVIDIA's exclusive Keynote at Computex 2024! Join me as I cover it live at the NTU Sports Center! Please UPDATE the live updates page, in case they don't appear. Live coverage of the NVIDIA Computex 2024 keynote! Despite the flight delay, I managed to make it to NVIDIA's exclusive Keynote at

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Solar System

Globular cluster NGC 3201 | Earth Blog

This image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope reveals a glowing, ancient globular cluster called NGC 3201, a gathering of hundreds of thousands of stars bound together by gravity. NGC 3201 was discovered in 1826 by Scottish astronomer James Dunlop, who described it as a “quite large and quite bright” object that becomes “rather irregular”

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