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Google hides OEM navigation systems on Android

Google released Android 10 into the wild last month, with a new gesture navigation system. These gestures have a few quirks here and there , but Google is all-in on the new controls. Not only that, the company is pressuring manufacturers to be all-in as well. Moving forward, it looks like Google is forcing OEMs to plug in their own …

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How can the crucial plasma pressure be predicted in future fusion systems?

The physicist Michael Churchill. Photo credits: Elle Starkman / PPPL Office of Communications A key requirement for future facilities aiming to capture and control the fusion energy that drives the sun and the stars on Earth is accurate predictions of the pressure of the plasma – the hot, charged gas that fuels the fusion reactions driving in donut-shaped tokamaks In …

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Tropical Update: Quiet, but with three systems to watch

A tropical storm and three "observable areas" colonized the Atlantic on Tuesday. (NOAA / NHC) After a two-week window of anger, the tropics calmed down a bit. But now, at the historic peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, there are signs that the atmosphere could come to life again. We observe a tropical storm and three areas to watch and …

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Iran is reportedly blocking the ships' GPS navigation systems to confiscate them

Ships cruising the Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf have experienced GPS interference and various other issues US officials suspect are the work of the Iranians, CNN reported Wednesday. Ships have reported GPS interference, bridge-to-bridge communication spoofing, and jamming, among others, according to US Central Command and the Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration. A US Defense official told CNN …

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Characterization of the time arrow in open quantum systems

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Even in the alien world of open quantum systems, the arrow of time – most of the time – is steadily moving forward. New experiments conducted at Washington University in St. Louis compare the forward and backward movements of superconducting circuits called qubits, and find that they follow the second law of thermodynamics. The study was …

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