After a few tries (and knots that looked more like knotted strings), the group came up with what they were looking for: a knotted ribbon structure that is quintessential to framed knots.
Everett, Wash.-based OceanGate is getting ready to send explorers down to survey the wreck of the Titanic in its own custom-made submersible, but sometimes coping with the coronavirus pandemic can seem as challenging as diving 12,500 feet beneath the Atlantic Ocean’s surface.
Wang Yuanyuan had never used a true wireless stereo earbud until her friend gifted her one as a birthday present last year.
When the whole nation was engaged in the fight against COVID-19 earlier this year, many people received phone calls asking whether they had a fever, visited high-risk places or required medical attention.
One of the most impressive, disturbing works of science journalism I’ve encountered is Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America, published in 2010.
Apple touted 5G as one of the biggest features in its new iPhone 12 lineup. But here’s why 5G shouldn’t be the only reason you upgrade.
When Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage on Tuesday to unveil the iPhone 12 — which just went up for pre-order on Friday — the first upgrade he highlighted was its ability to support 5G.
An AWS exec says that it is ‘urgency that has replaced perfectionism’ as financial institutions double-down on cloud amid the pandemic
The financial industry has a reputation for being willing to try out emerging technology, like cloud or artificial intelligence.
The Indian government has warned Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s local unit and Walmart (NYSE:WMT)’s Flipkart that sellers on their platforms are not complying with a rule requiring that a product’s country of origin be specified.
OKEx is facing hard times with its legal troubles recently, forcing users to keep their funds in the exchange as announced on October 16.
As the election season approaches, for those watching how the U. S. offers regulatory clarity on blockchain and crypto, a new analysis by the Value Technology Foundation reveals that the 116th Congress has passed 40 bills – of which eleven passed the House of Representatives and only two became law.