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Jack Ma, advocate of 12-hour workdays, envisages 12-hour working weeks

Alibaba CEO Jack Ma, left, with Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Thursday in Shanghai. (Aly Song / Reuters) BEIJING – Jack Ma, the Chinese tech billionaire pleading for a 12-hour work day, sees a future in which people only have to work 12 hours a day Week. Founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba said on Thursday that technological advances would allow …

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Facebook is reportedly working on a new app called Threads

To keep pace with Snapchat, Facebook reportedly works on a new app called "Threads," which allows users to share their status, location, and other information with their closest friends. The app is designed as follows The Verge is an Instagram companion app designed to allow users to share information with their "close friends" list on Instagram. The app is already …

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Scientists Built a Working "Quantum Radar" Device

Photon Spotting A new "quantum radar" device uses entangled microwaves to overcome the limitations of traditional radar systems. The device, constructed by a team of the Institute of Science and Technology Austria, is capable Noise in radar, according to MIT Technology Review . Though still in early stages, researchers say the quantum radar's low energy levels could lead to better …

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Kourtney Kardashian was praised for not working on stretch marks in the image

CLOSE We tested the foundation after surfing the social media. Melissa Rorech, Reviewed Kourtney Kardashian proudly displays her "little stripes". The eldest Kardashian / Jenner sibling confidently showed herself rocking a one-piece black swimsuit on Poosh's official Instagram account, her lifestyle brand. And their followers notice one thing: their visible stretch marks. 40-year-old Kardashian has decided to publish the photo …

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Drivers complain that the Subaru Forester passenger airbag sensor is not working

The NHSA claims that 51 complaints have been received by Förster's inmate detection system at its deficiency investigations office. (Photo: Subaru) Washington – The National Highway Safety Administration investigates complaints of malfunction with passenger airbag sensors on more than half a million Subaru Foresters. In a post on The NHSA announced on Saturday that the Subaru Forester investigation centers were …

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Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony Working on New Policy for Loot Box Probability

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has announced that Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony are out of the loop for a player's purchase. ESA Chief Counsel of Tech Policy, Michael Warnecke , shared details Wednesday, June 25th at the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Inside the Game Workshop surrounding loot boxes, as reported by GamesIndustry. IGN's Top 25 Xbox One Games Warnecke explained …

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Working with Florida meant hunting for greatness for TE Jonathan Odom

GatorsTerritory solicited UF pledges from Jonathan Odom to break his commitment to Dan Mullen's program and gather his thoughts on the future of Florida football to select the Gators he recruits on behalf of the staff and what his daring Forecast for the team in the coming season is. 1. How does it feel to get involved with UF? "It …

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Evo founder confirms that Riot is working on a new fighting game

Cannon described Riot's upcoming fighting game as "the worst kept secret" in the universe. During the EVO livestream, he said, "When we teamed up with Riot in 2016, I said that we'll be in the hole for a while, and I'd like to give people the opportunity to reveal perhaps the worst-kept secret in the universe is that I can …

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The Light Sail is Working … It's Working!

Good news from The Planetary Society: LightSail 2's solar sail is intended as intended. After launching on June 25th, then deploying its solar sail system on July 23rd, mission managers have been working on the solar sail to optimize their way LightSail 2 orients itself towards the Sun. "Bruce Betts, LightSail Program Manager, Chief Scientist, Planetary Society." Bruce Betts, LightSail …

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Creating an accurate, working replica of the Apollo 11 Moon Camera

Four years ago I set myself the seemingly impossible goal of producing a working Apollo 11 camera until the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It was a crazy idea, especially how inexperienced I was in almost all the necessary processes. I had to build a workshop and learn how to use machines that make metal removal as easy as …

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