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  • Study: Almost half of dating app users trust AI to find them a matchStudy: Almost half of dating app users trust AI to find them a match
    Almost half of dating app users would trust AI to find them a match, according to new research from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky. Their trust could put them in danger, however. Kaspersky also warned that many dating apps have major privacy risks. Up front: The mass adoption of dating apps means… Read more »
  • Leak: Microsoft’s Surface Duo 2 is shaping up to be a phone you might actually wantLeak: Microsoft’s Surface Duo 2 is shaping up to be a phone you might actually want
    Microsoft’s Surface Duo was an awesome idea with unfortunate execution. I can personally see the use for a dual-screen phone without the durability concerns of a flexible screen, but reviewers found the device to be too weak, too expensive, and too buggy at launch to be worth recommending to most… Read more »
  • Indiana is testing magnetizable concrete for wireless EV chargingIndiana is testing magnetizable concrete for wireless EV charging
    Wireless charging might well be the next big revelation in EV infrastructure, and the state of Indiana is the latest to try it out. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Purdue University have announced their plan to integrate wireless charging into the state’s highways thanks to a special magnetizable… Read more »
  • What is entanglement in quantum physics? We’ll explain in under 5 minutesWhat is entanglement in quantum physics? We’ll explain in under 5 minutes
    Quantum computers, quantum cryptography, and quantum (insert name here) are often in the news these days. Articles about them inevitably refer to entanglement, a property of quantum physics that makes all these magical devices possible. Einstein called entanglement “spooky action at a distance,” a name that has stuck and become… Read more »
  • Linux doesn’t have to be that mysterious coding area you don’t understand. This course explains it allLinux doesn’t have to be that mysterious coding area you don’t understand. This course explains it all
    TLDR: The Mastering Linux Development Bundle explores how to understand and use Linux as an operating system for running all kinds of business and cloud-based information networks. Windows and Mac. Mac and Windows. When the discussion comes to operating systems, it feels like those two titans are the only ones… Read more »
  • Become an ethical hacker for $43 with this 18-course, 130-hour deep diveBecome an ethical hacker for $43 with this 18-course, 130-hour deep dive
    TLDR: The All-In-One 2021 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle features 18 courses and over 130 hours of training in every aspect of cybersecurity to turn you into a qualified ethical hacker. Every week, it’s a new business or organization who has to suffer through their time in the crosshairs of the… Read more »
  • Spoiler alert: The most popular used EV in the US isn’t a TeslaSpoiler alert: The most popular used EV in the US isn’t a Tesla
    Tesla may be dominating the new EV sales, but there’s another — and unexpected — winner in the used electric vehicle market. iSeeCars.com analyzed data from the top 25 states with the greatest EV sales, which revealed that the best-selling used electric vehicle is the Nissan LEAF. Credit: NissanThe Nissan LEAF.… Read more »
  • Bitcoin surges near $40K amid rumors that Amazon will accept it for paymentsBitcoin surges near $40K amid rumors that Amazon will accept it for payments
    Bitcoin soared 12.5% to nearly $40,000 on Monday amid speculation that Amazon plans to start accepting cryptocurrencies for payments. Bitcoin briefly surged above $39,000, its highest price since mid-June, while Ether and other digital currencies also rose. The rally followed mounting rumors about Amazon’s crypto plans, triggered by last week’s… Read more »
  • Sexual predators are targeting vulnerable teens through online ‘anorexia coaching’Sexual predators are targeting vulnerable teens through online ‘anorexia coaching’
    There’s no shortage of people online looking to exploit and manipulate the vulnerable among us. One such group is anorexia coaches, or “anacoaches”. They are typically middle-aged, male sexual predators who go online to find impressionable young people to exploit under the guise of providing weight-loss “coaching”. I have been… Read more »
  • Yeah, you should worry about the booming spyware industryYeah, you should worry about the booming spyware industry
    The world’s most sophisticated commercially available spyware may be being abused, according to an investigation by 17 media organizations in ten countries. Intelligence leaks and forensic phone analysis suggests the surveillance software, called Pegasus, has been used to target and spy on the phones of human rights activists, investigative journalists,… Read more »
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