Year: 2019

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11 Movies by Roman Polanski You Should Watch

Few film makers have experienced such interaction between their personal and artistic life as Roman Polanski. Profoundly marked by the nightmares of his childhood in the ghetto of Krakow, during which he witnessed the death of his mother, Polanski created a body of work intimately close to his life.Polanski’s films obsessively explore the themes of […]

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Paludan scorer to millioner: Det skal de bruges til Stram Kurs kom ikke i Folketinget, men kan se frem til en klækkelig udbetaling i partistøtte

63.093 danskere satte på valgdagen kryds ved Rasmus Paludan og Stram Kurs. Det gav 1,8 procent af stemmerne – og partiet var kun omkring 8000 stemmer fra at nå over den magiske spærregrænse på 2 procent. Det måtte en tydelig skuffet Paludan da også erkende onsdag aften, men han får i den grad et økonomisk […]

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IPhone XS vs. iPhone X: Just how much better is the new camera?

The brand new iPhone XS looks pretty much the same as last year’s iPhone X on the outside. So you’d be forgiven for thinking the dual 12-megapixel cameras are also the same. But looks can be deceiving: there are actually a few significant differences in the detailed specs and image processing that make a big […]

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Robocalls blew up your phone in 2018

    If you got a call from a number you didn’t recognize last year (odds are, you got a few of those), it was likely one of the 26.3 billion robocalls made in the US in 2018, according to a report from Hiya. That breaks down to an average of 10 monthly calls per […]

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Samsung chips will get faster and easier on your battery

  Processor progress is harder to come by these days, but Samsung says it’ll build chips next year that will give you a bit more battery life or a bit more speed. Through improvements charted by Moore’s Law, chip electronic components called transistors get steadily smaller. On Monday, Samsung said it’s taken the next step […]

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Apple wants to keep half of subscription revenue from its news service, report says

Major publishers aren’t too happy about Apple’s proposed financial terms for its subscription news service, according to a Tuesday report by The Wall Street Journal. The tech giant told some news organizations it’d keep around half the subscription revenue from the rumored service, according to people familiar with the matter, the Journal said. The news service, which […]

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Sci-Tech

Meet the bonnethead, the world’s first omnivorous shark

    Sharks, we thought we knew you. But it turns out we may have had it all wrong. Thanks to researchers at the University of California, Irvine, new information has come to light about the bonnethead shark. The sharks were thought to be solely carnivorous, but now there’s evidence they’re omnivorous — they can […]

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How 5G aims to end network latency

Just about everything you hear about 5G points out how its higher data speeds will let you download videos or update your apps much more quickly. Well, whoop-de-do. Faster data is helpful, but a different 5G benefit could actually be a bigger deal: reducing network communication delays called latency. Latency is the time it takes […]

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NASA 60th anniversary: All about the space agency’s past, present and future

NASA is turning 60 on Monday, October 1. Over six decades, it’s had a remarkable run of rocketeering and exploratory achievements, from the moon landings to the space shuttles, from the surface of Mars to destinations far beyond our solar system. And as space becomes just another place to do business, NASA looks to keep […]

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‘Molar Mic’ will let US military make radio calls from their teeth

In the future, communicating in combat could be as simple as speaking into the microphone on your teeth. On Tuesday the US Department of Defense sealed a multimillion dollar investment into a futuristic two-way communications system dubbed the ‘Molar Mic,’ slated for use by the US Air Force. Developed by California company Sonitus Technologies, the […]

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