Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 (15-inch) review: a light and bright convertible

Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 (15-inch) review: a light and bright convertible

Light chassis, great screen. That’s the entirety of what you sign up for when you buy a Samsung Galaxy Book. They are not the most powerful laptops out there, and they’re not what I’d recommend people be issued for, say, work. But for those looking for a great multimedia laptop that’s a breeze to carry …

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The Queen ‘will NOT strip’ Prince Andrew of his Duke of York honour

The Queen will ‘certainly not’ take Prince Andrew’s Duke of York title off him – after councillors in the city voted to strip him of the honour. Her Majesty, 96, will not remove the title that she gave him over 30 years ago in 1986, Royal sources have claimed. It came after councillors have voted …

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Here’s How Martian Explorers Could Best Produce Electricity on the Red Planet

Artistic conception of a crewed mission to Mars. Image: NASA Scientists are on the fence as to whether solar or nuclear should be the preferred source of power for small teams visiting the Martian surface. New research suggests both options are good, with geographical location being the determining factor. The researchers compared two different power-generating …

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G.D.P. Report Shows the U.S. Economy Shrank, Masking a Broader Recovery

Importers and exporters have faced a litany of supply chain challenges over the past two years, as companies attempted to cram record volumes of consumer goods through ports.Credit…Coley Brown for The New York Times Consumers and businesses in the United States are continuing to buy far more foreign goods than America exports overseas, resulting in …

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Microsoft points out privilege-escalation flaws in Linux

Flaws in networkd-dispatcher, a service used in some parts of the Linux world, can be exploited by a rogue logged-in user or application to escalate their privileges to root level, allowing the box to be commandeered, Microsoft researchers said Wednnesday. It’s nice of Redmond to point out these flaws and have them fixed in any …

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‘The most nerve wracking thing ever’: Travis Barker plots proposal to Kourtney Kardashian

Travis Barker admitted that planning his proposal to Kourtney Kardashian was, ‘the most nerve wracking thing ever’ on the new episode of The Kardashians. The 46-year-old Blink-182 drummer revealed to Kris Jenner and Khloe Kardashian that he was planning on proposing to the 43-year-old Kourtney, though it was revealed during Thursday’s new episode that Travis …

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Final 7-round mock: Lions load up on defense early in the draft

In my 10 or so years of writing about the NFL Draft, I can’t recall a year where there was this much uncertainty near the top. Back in late March, Aidan Hutchinson was still the overwhelming favorite to be selected first overall. Now he has been replaced by Travon Walker (-300 per DraftKings Sportsbook). Instead, …

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Zero-index metamaterials offer new insights into the foundations of quantum mechanics

An illustration of a near-zero index metamaterial shows that when light travels through, it moves in a constant phase. Credit: Second Bay Studios/Harvard SEAS In physics, as in life, it’s always good to look at things from different perspectives. Since the beginning of quantum physics, how light moves and interacts with matter around it has …

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CDC study highlights speed with which omicron variant infected Americans, and WHO warns testing is still crucial

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is highlighting just how many Americans have been infected with COVID-19, and how significantly the number has increased since the arrival of the highly infectious omicron variant late last year. The report published on Tuesday found case numbers were particularly striking in children, with three …

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