Google Drive misplaces months’ worth of customer files::The horror of logging in only to find everything since May has vanished
What part of ‘get rid of my data’ don’t companies get?::undefined
After 151 years, Popular Science will no longer offer a magazine::Popular Science is doing away with its magazine format as the publication looks to “evolve beyond the digital magazine product.”
In a surprising finding, light can make water evaporate without heat::At the interface of water and air, light can, in certain conditions, bring about evaporation without the need for heat, according to an MIT study.
Toyota boasts new battery technology with 745-mile range and 10-minute charging time — here’s how it may impact mass EV adoption::The potential to significantly reduce pollution could be huge.
The stainless steel body of Tesla’s Cybertruck is reportedly leading to issues with gaps in between the panels::The Cybertruck’s steel is made in “coils that resemble giant rolls of toilet paper,” WSJ reported.
Big brands keep dropping X over antisemitism; $75M loss, report estimates::Creators worried advertisers dropping X could hurt revenue-sharing payouts.
China begins building underwater data center with performance equal to 6 million PCs — aims to save 122 million KWh of electricity and nearly ten soccer fields of land | Data centers find refuge at…::China Central Television reports that China has added another data module to the country’s commercial underwater data center...
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“I can see that one of my friends is apparently watching a ton of cheesy, soft porn stuff,” a user said of Plex’s Week in Review email and Discover Together feature....
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