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Top 3 Threats to Pearson Airport & Public Health

Whether we like it or not, we can’t force someone to not exercise their consitutional rights in public. People have been making headlines by refusing to wear masks, get tested and quarantine. Public health is at risk right now. After spending millions of dollars, the Canadian government has failed to handle the COVID-19 Virus. It […]

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Bank of England and HM Treasury to Explore a UK CBDC

Reading Time: 2 minutesBank of England and HM Treasury will coordinate to explore a potential UK Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). The coordination will be led by a Taskforce consisting of specified individuals from the Bank of England and HM Treasury. Even if a CBDC is launched, it will not replace cash and bank deposits,…

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Could DogeDay See DOGE Hit $0.69?

By Mark Hunter18 hours agoTue Apr 20 2021 09:38:17 Reading Time: 2 minutesDOGE is hovering just below a critical level that could see it hit half a dollar in a few days The coin has enjoyed an incredible April of continual gains, spurred on by constant tweeting from Elon Musk DogeDay, which celebrates the coin,…

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Bitcoin Hashrate Hits Six-Month Low

By Mark Hunter18 hours agoTue Apr 20 2021 09:22:09 Reading Time: 2 minutes The Bitcoin hashrate has hit a six-month low following the halting of operations by Chinese miners The shutting down of a huge coal mining facility in the mining-heavy Xinjiang region has caused the drop A ‘natural experiment’ is underway to see how…

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Condom use plunges In Australia, PrEP Steps Up

Even as condom use plunges in Australian men who have sex with men, the rapid roll-out and affectionate embrace of the HIV prevention medication PrEP … The post Condom use plunges In Australia, PrEP Steps Up appeared first on Star Observer.

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Tesla just dropped the price of Model 3 in Australia, now starts at A$68k driveaway

The Tesla Model 3 SR+ is Tesla’s cheapest vehicle in Australia and today we’ve seen a price drop by as much as $5,000. Price changes are regularly adjusted to accommodate changing production costs and exchange rates. After this latest change, you can now get into a Tesla for less than $70,000. The Model 3 Standard…

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Apple Stuffs the iPad Pro With a New Display and Its Mac M1 Chip

Apple showed off a new iPad Pro alongside a flurry of other hardware and software announcements at its virtual event on Tuesday. The successor to the 2020 iPad Pro adds Apple’s M1 chip—the same as the one inside the most recent MacBook Air—along with Mini-LED display technology. The tablet comes in 11- or 12.9-inch sizes and…

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Everything Apple Announced Today: New iMacs, iPads, AirTags

On Tuesday morning, Apple held its first hardware announcement event of the year. We were expecting to see some new iPads, and Apple did show those off. But the company also unveiled a whole lot more: Newly redesigned iMacs, a new Apple TV 4K with a refreshed remote, and a location-broadcasting iPhone accessory called AirTags.The…

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IKEA’s Revamped AR App Lets You Design Entire Rooms

It was in September 2017 when Apple made IKEA a launch partner for its ARKit in the iOS 11 keynote, and all of a sudden the staunchly analog furniture brand was at the vanguard of retail tech. The IKEA Place app let you put digital furniture anywhere.Just a few months earlier, Tim Cook said in…

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Could Bad Guys Actually Escape Falcon in a Wingsuit for Two?

I’m all about Falcon and the Winter Soldier—the latest Marvel show on Disney+. Don’t worry, I’m not going to spoil anything serious. I just want to talk about the wingsuits in episode 1. Sam Wilson (Falcon) is dealing with a hostage situation aboard a military aircraft. The bad guys grab their hostage and jump out…

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How Face Recognition Can Destroy Anonymity

Stepping out in public used to make a person largely anonymous. Unless you met someone you knew, nobody would know your identity. Cheap and widely available face recognition software means that’s no longer true in some parts of the world. Police in China run face algorithms on public security cameras in real time, providing notifications…