• Galaxy Z Flip 5G now up for preorder if you’d rather not wait for the Note 20

    Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 5G, the 5G version of the foldable phone it released earlier this year, is now available for preorder as an unlocked device on Samsung.com. Prices start at $1,499.99, a $70 premium over the previous LTE version. Along with 5G connectivity, that price gets you a slightly upgraded Snapdragon 865 Plus processor. Otherwise, the two phones are almost identical.

    Samsung is widely expected to announce a host of new devices at its Galaxy Note 20 Unpacked event on August 5th, including the new Galaxy Z Fold 2. The Z Fold is a tablet-sized device that folds to become the size of a smartphone, while the Z Flip is a more traditional flip phone device that folds in half to become more compact. The Z Fold 2 will reportedly also support 5G. We initially expected the Z Flip 5G to make an appearance at

  • What Is Biotechnology (Biotech)?

    Samsung’s Dr. Federico Casalegno participated within the 2019 MIT Analysis and Development Conference: Human and Know-how Collaboration, which passed off on November 14 in Cambridge, MA. 69. Use Net Applied sciences: Many architectures use internet applied sciences like electronic mail, internet, to perform numerous duties. Web technologies are being utilized in transferring of data, storing of data, filtering and securing of knowledge, all this enables architectures manage and simply access architectural information. Architectures can use shared display screen software like Skype, to debate drawings with different events or their customers. Video conferencing instruments can be used to discuss a undertaking with clients and this simplifies the way architectures do their job. Also an internet site might be created to showcase past works achieved by these architectures, this website will also be used to amass new customers.

    Synthetic intelligence is probably essentially the most horrifying side of all in relation to …

  • Mad Scientists Revive 100-Million-Year-Old Microbes

    This is the strange saga of how scientists went to some of the deepest, darkest depths of the ocean, dug 250 feet down into the sediment, collected an ancient community of microbes, brought them back to a lab, and revived them. And you’re going to think: Why, in the already-horrible year of 2020, would they tempt fate like this? Well, it turns out that not only is everything OK, but that everything is in fact very, very excellent—at least far away from humanity in the deep-sea muck of the world’s oceans.

    This story begins more than 100 million years ago in the middle of what we humans now call the Pacific Ocean. Volcanic rock had formed a hard “basement” of seafloor, as geologists call it. Over this, sediment began to accumulate. But not the kind of sediment you may expect.

    Elsewhere in the world’s oceans, much of the seafloor sediment

  • Thailand ranks #1 globally for its handling of coronavirus. What about the rest of SEA?

    In the fight against the coronavirus, every country handles things differently.

    From imposing government-mandated lockdowns and social distancing measures, to other unique methods like adopting herd immunity, everyone has their own interpretation of what’s right for their people.

    But at the end of the day, numbers prove how good or bad a COVID-19 response was.

    In the latest rankings published by the Global COVID-19 Index (GCI), Thailand has topped the list.


    In tabulating points for their scoring system, the GCI factors in the way the coronavirus was handled, as well as the country’s recovery from the crisis itself.

    Thailand was awarded a score of 82.06, cementing its position on top of the global rankings, closely-trailed by South Korea with 81.09 points on the recovery index.

    Rounding out the global top five were Latvia (80.81), Malaysia (79.37), and Taiwan (78.94).

    Australia used to sit comfortably in the Number

  • Mellow made its ‘smart’ sous vide machine dumb unless you pay a monthly fee

    In 2014, Mellow, Inc. released the Mellow for $399, billing it as “the world’s first smart sous-vide machine” — one that promised to automatically weigh and then heat and cool your specified foods for a perfect slow-cooked result, even adjusting that timing mid-cook to match your changing schedule. But now, the company is taking away those smarts from existing owners unless they pay $6 a month, or $48 for an annual subscription.

    As SlashGear’s Chris Davies reports, Mellow owners were surprised to find they couldn’t cook a meal this week until they updated the app, only to discover that the app update barred them from using most of the cooker’s previously free “smart” features without paying for the new “Premium Subscription.”

    Not everything is locked behind a paywall: Mellow’s manual mode still lets you set

  • Professor Alexander Graham Bell And The Story Of The Phone

    Advancements in know-how, valiant journeys, and vital people of the Age of Exploration created a powerful step towards the modern period. On this dystopian vision human freedom and creativity are regularly crushed as our working lives are more and more decreased to following a set ‘script’ for every a part of our day, derived by administration software based mostly on an evaluation of its in-home ‘massive information’. The latter phrase “all over the world” is vital. Radio and TELEVISION made it doable for folks to hear international information stories without much of a delay. For the first time in the historical past of the world, bizarre folks might stay up on what was occurring in overseas countries with out having to attend for the subsequent day’s paper or spend money on it.

    Strides have been made in the development of antibiotics that combat pathogens for humans. Many crops are grown …