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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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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How to Use AWS Object Lambda to Transform S3 Objects on Request – CloudSavvy IT

How to Use AWS Object Lambda to Transform S3 Objects on Request – CloudSavvy IT

Object Lambda lets you put a Lambda function in front of S3 objects, allowing them to be transformed on request by your own custom code. Since it runs automatically on Lambda, you don’t have to…

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Toshiba shrinks solid-state lidar for transport infrastructure

Toshiba shrinks solid-state lidar for transport infrastructure

A key improvement is within the silicon photo-multiplier (SiPM) light receiving integrated circuits which have light-receiving cells controlled by transistors. The new chips have smaller transistor modules, replace buffer layers protecting the transistors with newly-developed…

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Acer Chromebook Spin 713 With 11th Gen Intel Power Is Now Available – Review Geek

Acer Chromebook Spin 713 With 11th Gen Intel Power Is Now Available – Review Geek

Acer One of Acer’s high-end Chromebooks just got even better, as the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is now available with upgraded 11th Gen Intel processors. Announced back in May with a performance boost, Chrome OS…

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McDonalds Hit By Data Breach in U.S. and Parts of Asia – Review Geek

McDonalds Hit By Data Breach in U.S. and Parts of Asia – Review Geek

8th.creator/Shutterstock.com McDonald’s is now one of the latest companies to have suffered a third-party data breach. The company says it is not dealing with ransomware, but that the breach did include store information from the…

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How to Find Links to Other Workbooks in Microsoft Excel

How to Find Links to Other Workbooks in Microsoft Excel

One of Microsoft Excel’s greatest features is the ability to link to other workbooks. So if a time comes when you need to find those workbook links that you’ve included, you’ll need to know where…

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Check Out These Early Prime Day Deals on Smart Home Devices, Tablets, and More – Review Geek

Check Out These Early Prime Day Deals on Smart Home Devices, Tablets, and More – Review Geek

Amazon Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year starts June 21st, but the company is already advertising early deals on its official Prime Day landing page. If you can’t wait for Prime Day, now’s your…

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Just in case you are a politician making Covid-19 decisions this weekend

Just in case you are a politician making Covid-19 decisions this weekend

It is only a prototype, and may not be entirely accurate, but it is better than ‘gut feel’, believe me. Also, wiser minds, do send polite nudges towards improving the chart, particularly numerical it’s accuracy,…

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Alienware Launches Its Thinnest Gaming Laptops Yet – Review Geek

Alienware Launches Its Thinnest Gaming Laptops Yet – Review Geek

Alienware When people think of Alienware, a chunky gaming laptop is usually the first thing that comes to mind. But the famous gaming brand just launched its thinnest laptops yet, the Alienware x15 and x17.…

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