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The Future Of The Metaverse: What 2022 Has In Store For The Immersive Digital World
The metaverse was on everyone's lips in 2021 but the concept remains elusive to many. To mature to its next stage of evolution, the metaverse will need to tackle three frontiers in the new year: skilled talent, smart investments and innovative experiences.
3 hours ago | CNET
How to stop Google from tracking your location
A few simple steps can block the search giant from tracking your web and app activity. Stop Google tracking by changing these settings. Here's how: https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/stop-google-tracking-by-changing-these-settings-heres-how/
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3 hours ago | Forbes
Under 30 Asia Alum Launches Digital Mental Healthcare Startup Amid Lockdowns And Pandemic Stress
After working at two fast-growing startups in South Korea, Justin Kim, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia alum from 2020, launched his own startup that aims to make mental healthcare more accessible for the overworked and stressed-out workers in Asia.
4 hours ago | Forbes
PC Chipmakers Face Off At CES 2022
This year’s CES saw new CPUs from AND and Intel and new GPUs from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia. Here's a summary.
5 hours ago | Forbes
What Is Web3 All About? An Easy Explanation With Examples
Web3 is heralded as the next and better iteration of the internet. Here we cut through the hype to explain what it is and look at practical examples, benefits, and concerns.
5 hours ago | Forbes
Today’s ‘Wordle’ Word Of The Day Answer #219: Monday, January 24th
Here's today's very tricky Wordle #219 answer for Monday, January 24th.
6 hours ago | Forbes
Vivo V23 Review: Selfie-Centric Phone Gives It Niche Appeal
Vivo's V23 is a mid-range phone with a tip top selfie camera and a back that changes colors.
6 hours ago | Forbes
‘Defeat The Mandates’ Rally Against Covid-19 Precautions Held During Omicron Surge
The rally included speakers like Robert Malone, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and others who have had histories of making anti-vaccination and other questionable statements.
7 hours ago | Forbes
The Importance Of Shark Fisheries In Western Ghana
Many fishers and traders generated between 80% and 100% of their income from shark fisheries.
7 hours ago | BBC
Fortescue: Firm owned by Australia's richest man buys Williams F1 battery arm
Fortescue Metals says the deal will help it to achieve its target to be carbon neutral by 2030.
8 hours ago | Forbes
Moon Meets Mars While ‘Seven Sisters’ Shine: What To Watch For In The Night Sky This Week
The celestial highlights for the week ahead.
8 hours ago | BBC
Online Safety Bill: Harmful and illegal content could evade new laws, MPs warn
The sharing of child abuse images and deepfake pornography need to be addressed further, MPs warn.
10 hours ago | Forbes
Pharmaron Beijing Says Profit Rose Amid U.S., UK Expansion
Chinese-American billionaire Lou Boliang guides the way
10 hours ago | BBC
The people deciding to ditch their smartphones
The smartphone users who are ditching their handsets to take back more control of their lives.
11 hours ago | TechRadar
Where to watch Euphoria season 2 episode 3 online, last chance to save 20% on HBO Max
Following the confrontation between Nate and his father, episode 3 of Euphoria's second run is set to give a character analysis on Cal Jacobs and all his dirty secrets. Tune into 'Ruminations: Big and Little Bullys' and make sure you know where to watch Euphoria season 2 episode 3 online where you are in the world.Cal Jacobs has remained something of an enigma so far, though his second life trickles into his relationships with his son and other key characters, like Jules. Early on in the first season, there's a flashback of Nate discovering his father's homemade videos of him having affairs with young men and trans women, one of whom is fellow high-schooler, Jules.In last week's episode we finally saw Nate reveal to his father that he knows about his very particular sexual exploits and that the video of Cal and Jules exists, with Cal persistent in asking where the disc holding that video is now.
14 hours ago | Forbes
Is Your N95 Respirator A Counterfeit? How To Spot Fake Face Masks
Here are 10 ways to tell that a face mask has not actually been approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) as a N95 respirator.
15 hours ago | TechRadar
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has reached its destination. Now what?
On January 8, 2022, arguably humankind’s greatest engineering achievement came to fruition about a half a million miles behind our planet. After 20 years in development, $10 billion spent, and 14 nail-biting days of exquisite hi-tech origami in space, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) was fully deployed.After successfully launching from the Guiana Space Centre in French Guiana on Christmas Day while folded-up in the fairing of the Ariane 5 rocket, engineers remotely controlled 50 moving parts and 178 release pins. Everything had to happen correctly, in sequence, to put Webb in its final configuration. It worked.This Monday, January 24, after a 30-day journey into space, Webb arrives at its final destination. A dream realized? Not yet. This is what happens next.Webb is the biggest and the most advanced space observatory ever constructed. About 100 times more powerful than Hubble, Webb is the size of a 70-foot tennis court. Its massive 21.6-foot primary mirror (to Hubble’s 8-foot primary mirror) is made from super-strong beryllium and comprises 18 hexagonal segments.
15 hours ago | Forbes
Larry Fink, Stakeholder Capitalism, And Climate Action
Larry Fink believes stakeholder capitalism will motivate corporate climate action. Conservatives find him confused and liberals insincere. However, the core issue is that stakeholders might differ on type and pace of climate action. Reconciling these conflicts is necessary for climate progress.
15 hours ago | TechRadar
Huge Amazon sale: save up to 50% off Fire tablets and Fire TV Sticks
We've just spotted some fantastic Fire device deals at Amazon's latest sale, which include up to 50% off Amazon's best-selling Fire tablets and Fire TV Sticks. Amazon's best-selling Fire tablets allow you to watch all your favorite movies and TV shows from apps like Netflix, Hulu, and more, or you can cozy up with a new book from millions of eBooks options. You also won't have to worry about recharging your battery throughout the day because today's tablet deals offer up to 12 hours of battery life and work with Amazon Alexa for hands-free control. The popular Fire TV Sticks allow you to stream your favorite content from apps like Hulu, Amazon Video, Netflix, and more. You'll get access to tens of thousands of channels, Alexa skills, and apps, and the Alexa voice remote allows you to browse shows, launch movies and adjust the volume completely hands-free. Today's Fire device deals are limited-time offers and include record-low prices that we typically only see during big sales like Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day. We don't know how long Amazon will have the Fire devices on sale, so you should grab these bargains now before it's too late.
15 hours ago | Forbes
Overwatch’s Lunar New Year 2022 Event Starts On January 25
Expect new skins and the return of competitive Capture the Flag.
15 hours ago | Austin Evans
Do TikTok Tech Hacks Work?
16 hours ago | Forbes
All The Video Games Releasing In February 2022
February is shaping up to be a really great month for gamers.
16 hours ago | Forbes
This Researcher From Colombia Is Helping Latinas Find Genetic Counseling
Health researcher Sara Gomez-Trillos has helped to increase awareness and use of genetic counseling and testing for Latina women who are at increased risk for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome (HBOC), work that may one day benefit her home country of Colombia.
16 hours ago | Venture Beat
Ethics and ownership of AI-powered identities
This article was contributed by Taesu Kim, CEO of NeosapienceWith the tremendous advances in how AI/ML technologies are being deployed, one of the most exciting, controversial, and rapidly evolving advances relates to human voice. One particular example jumps out as encapsulating the complex of issues and emotions tied to AI-powered voices.Last summer, AI technology was used to give voice to some of the late Anthony Bourdain’s writings, words that he never spoke or read aloud but were nevertheless his; voice cloning technology brought the text to life in Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain. Some in the audience felt duped that it wasn’t really Bourdain, others thought the move was a misstep as Bourdain was not alive to give permission to manipulate his voice in such a way, while many felt it was simply a creative storytelling device.
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