Anne Wurtsbach

To do this week: watch the Olympics

On the list of things to do this week: The (late) 2020 Olympic Games are here! And no matter what you think of the Olympics happening… during a pandemic… the athletes are in Tokyo and have been preparing for this moment their entire lives. Cheer on the athletes at one …

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OnePlus Nord 2 5G with Triple Rear Cameras, MediaTek Dimensity SoC Launch: India Price, Specs

OnePlus Nord 2 5G launched on Thursday as the latest model in the company’s Nord series. Compared to last year’s OnePlus Nord with four rear cameras and two selfie cameras, the OnePlus Nord 2 5G has three rear cameras and a punch-hole display with a single selfie camera. The new …

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2021 Entertainment Consumer Electronics Market Key Players, SWOT Analysis, Dynamics, Drivers, Key Metrics and Forecast to 2026

The most recent research study by MarketsandResearch.biz focuses on the Global Entertainment Consumer Electronics Market Growth 2021-2026 the growth rate of the market from 2021 to 2027 and the variables which are and will be the driving force for the development of the industry. The report examines past growth trends, …

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Know the 10 signs that your phone is hacked or contains spyware

Fears of mobile espionage are now driving many people away at a time when various sections, including the media and politicians, are expressing deep concern over Pegasus’ wiretapping. Pegasus is spyware developed by the Israeli cyber armaments company NSO Group that can be secretly installed on cell phones running most …

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Jarvis inspired robotic arm kit

Manufacturers, electronics engineers, and hobbyists interested in building their own robotic arm similar to those featured in the Iron Man movies, albeit on a much smaller scale. Maybe interested in a new Kickstarter campaign created by Los Angeles based Joshua Belofsky. The project includes a robotic helping hand with a …

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Jarvis inspired robotic arm kit

Manufacturers, electronics engineers, and hobbyists interested in building their own robotic arm similar to those featured in the Iron Man movies, albeit on a much smaller scale. Maybe interested in a new Kickstarter campaign created by Los Angeles based Joshua Belofsky. The project includes a robotic helping hand with a …

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[Interview] Exploring the endless possibilities of lifestyle TVs – Samsung newsroom united kingdom

▲ (Left to right) Kyuseong Lee, Kang-il Chung and Sunwoo Kim, TV lifestyle product planners at Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business The characteristics of televisions continue to evolve according to the latest trends and lifestyles. In this context, the role of television has expanded. Whereas previously it was just a …

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The Tokyo Olympics in figures

Published on: 07/21/2021 – 05:38Amended: 07/21/2021 – 05:36 Tokyo (AFP) Tokyo Olympics organizers have scrambled to reduce the cost and scale of the 2020 Games after a historic postponement, but the numbers involved are still staggering. Here are some key figures from the sporting extravagance, which opens on July 23: …

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Bolivian parents take classes to help children study

When the COVID-19 pandemic closed their sons’ school, Bolivian parents Angela Poma and Lorenzo Gutierrez made big changes. They wanted to give their boys Willy, 9, and Carlos, 11, the opportunity to take online classes. The move to online education has forced the family to buy cell phones, for example. …

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Ex-boyfriend accused of home invasion | New

URBANA – A man from Champaign who was allegedly angry at an ex-girlfriend with a new man has been charged with serious crimes. Deante Ulmer, 20, who listed an address in the 1500 block of West Bradley Avenue, was charged on Tuesday with home invasion and home burglary for allegedly …

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