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What the Heck Is Going On With Wyze, Xiaomi, Roborock, and Amazon? – Review Geek

What the Heck Is Going On With Wyze, Xiaomi, Roborock, and Amazon? – Review Geek

Wyze What do Wyze, Xiaomi, and Roborock all have in common? If you guessed robot vacuums, you’re right on the money. And now the three companies are in a knock-down, drag-out fight, and somehow Amazon…

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No Trees Were Harmed in the Training of this DRONE SWARM – Review Geek

No Trees Were Harmed in the Training of this DRONE SWARM – Review Geek

Alain Herzog/2021 EPFL The average person probably hasn’t given it much thought, but there are actually tons of fantastic applications for a swarm of drones. From practical operations like crop spraying to a lively light…

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Sacrificial anodes for wind farms

Sacrificial anodes for wind farms

“We’re delighted to win these latest contracts, it’s great news for South Tyneside, the North East and the UK,” said Metec commercial manager Graeme Crow (pictured). “Offshore wind projects and developments at the Port of…

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What’s New in GNOME 40?

What’s New in GNOME 40?

GNOME Foundation GNOME 40 has more than a new numbering scheme. Along with its new look comes a new way of working. The old vertical metaphors are gone, replaced by horizontal theming and layouts. Let’s…

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Build Your Own LEGO Super Mario Statue With This Unofficial Set – Review Geek

Build Your Own LEGO Super Mario Statue With This Unofficial Set – Review Geek

Bricker Builds Be honest—you’ve always wanted a life-size LEGO Super Mario statue haven’t you? Now, thanks to a clever (though unofficial) site, you can get an instruction manual and all the bricks you’ll need to…

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How to Quickly Switch Users on Mac from the Menu Bar or Control Center

How to Quickly Switch Users on Mac from the Menu Bar or Control Center

The multi-user feature in macOS lets you share one computer with multiple people, but switching users can be a slow process. Here’s how to speed it up by adding Fast User Switching to the menu…

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Why Is ARM Developing a Flexible Processor? – Review Geek

Why Is ARM Developing a Flexible Processor? – Review Geek

A diagram of ARM’s first PlasticARM processor. ARM ARM says it’s developed the first fully functional PlasticARM microprocessor; a 32-bit SOC made with flexible electronics. PlasticARM is incredibly different from typical microprocessors, which are made…

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First Documented Space Hurricane Rained Electrons Above the North Pole – Review Geek

First Documented Space Hurricane Rained Electrons Above the North Pole – Review Geek

Qing-He Zhang, Shandong University Why does space have to be so weird? While combing through old satellite data from 2014, scientists discovered that a swirling storm of plasma rained electrons in the ionosphere above the…

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Electro-hydraulic actuator animates soft mini-robots

Electro-hydraulic actuator animates soft mini-robots

“Usually, books about butterflies are static,” said project leader Purnendu. “But could you have a butterfly flap its wings within a book? We’ve shown that it’s possible.” In the Colorado Electro-hydraulic device, branded ‘Electriflow’, its…

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How to Deploy Static Websites For Free With Surge.sh – CloudSavvy IT

How to Deploy Static Websites For Free With Surge.sh – CloudSavvy IT

Surge.sh is a free static website host which you interact with from your command line. It makes it quick and easy to get new sites and apps online, either manually or as part of your…

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