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Technology

Huawei plans to make EVs, possibly launching first models this year

Huawei intends to release electric vehicles (EVs) under its brand name, and could launch its first models later this year, reports Reuters. The firm...

Gatorade’s wearable patch helps athletes track their hydration

Wearable devices come in all shapes and sizes. They’re designed to do everything from fitness tracking to sleep tracking. However, not all of them...

OnePlus will reportedly release new smartphones, debut smartwatch in March

OnePlus has impressed consumers with its smartphones in recent years. Although it doesn’t have the market share of manufacturers like Apple and Samsung, it...

Stanford researchers just figured out the cause of ‘Zoom fatigue’

Over the past year, video calls through platforms like Zoom have become a normal part of daily life for many people. Of course, that...

Tesla slows down Model 3 and Y production due to supply chain problems

Tesla reportedly ramped down assembly of its Model 3 and Y automobiles at its flagship Fremont, California-based factory due to supply chain problems. The...

Scientists are using AI to analyze wastewater samples

If you’re drinking water that comes from anywhere other than a private well, there’s a good chance that it was used for something else...

Security expert recommends dropping LastPass over hidden trackers

In today’s digital world, cybersecurity is a hot topic. It’s important for internet users to set strong passwords that are unique across the many...

Oxford COVID-19 research lab hit by cyberattack

Oxford University is known around the world for its pioneering research. Throughout the past year, it has been a crucial part of the fight...

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