TECHNOLOGY

This Long-Awaited Technology May Finally Change the World

Envision this: there is a technology currently undergoing testing that, when released to the public, will become a long-awaited revolution in energy. This new technology promises to be safer and more efficient than anything we have on the market now. It will affect that which we consider mundane — power tools, toys, laptops, smartphones — …

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EV charging solutions will become an asset, not a liability, to the grid

President Joe Biden’s plan for electric vehicles (EVs) to comprise roughly half of U.S. sales by 2030 is a clear indication that the U.S. is making strides in decarbonizing its transportation systems, which currently account for nearly half of total U.S. emissions. Though this kind of federal support is critical in accelerating the mass adoption of EVs, …

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Destiny 2’s Void Subclass Will Be A Bigger Power Fantasy In The Witch Queen

When Bungie launched the Beyond Light expansion for Destiny 2 in 2020, one of the major new additions to the game was the Darkness-powered Stasis subclass. Compared to the subclasses granted to Guardians by the Light, Stasis was more customizable and allowed for more flexibility, an idea that Bungie wants to continue in its next …

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Malaysian chip makers still struggling to meet demand, association says

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 26 (Reuters) – Global demand for chips from Malaysia is still outstripping supply after a surge in COVID-19 cases disrupted production at a time when car firms and makers of phones and medical equipment are ramping up their output, an industry executive said. Still, the semiconductor shortage could start to ease by …

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OnlyFans Reverses Its Decision to Ban Explicit Content

It is hard to overstate the degree to which OnlyFans reversed the general downward trajectory of being an adult entertainment performer. Before the subscription service arrived in 2016, so-called tube sites — video platforms that aggregated stolen pornographic content, disseminated it for free, and sucked up revenue from banner and video ads — drove many of the …

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Zoom settles US class action privacy lawsuit for $86m

Video-conferencing firm Zoom has agreed to pay $86m (£61.9m) to settle a class action privacy lawsuit in the US. The lawsuit alleged that Zoom had invaded the privacy of millions of users by sharing personal data with Facebook, Google and LinkedIn. It also accused Zoom of misstating that it offers end-to-end encryption and for failing …

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