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Posted on Sunday September 26, 2021
Mining the top cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum requires vast amounts of power. A single Bitcoin transaction, including the resources needed to mine the coin and to verify the transaction, can total upwards of 1,700 kilowatt hours (kWh). This ever-increasing power demand has forced large crypto mining outfits to... Continue Reading »
Posted on Saturday September 25, 2021
Many consumers have come to rely on the web to ensure desired products are available and delivered on time for the holidays and other special occasions. Unfortunately for these consumers, this year's online shopping experience may not provide the convenience, advantages, and savings they're typically accustomed to. Continue Reading »
Posted on Saturday September 25, 2021
For 27 years, the Astrovan carried the shuttle crews nine miles from their spacesuit-changerooms to the launchpad. And it was there to pick them up when they touched down. It only drove a thousand miles per year, but they were some of the most-watched miles ever driven. Continue Reading »
Posted on Saturday September 25, 2021
Digitimes Asia reports that Japanese suppliers Chemi-Con and Nichicon had to close their facilities in Malaysia because of Covid lockdowns in July and August. Even after ending the lockdowns, they've reportedly only returned to around 60 percent of their workforce, which has forced them to cap their manufacturing capacity. Continue Reading »
Posted on Saturday September 25, 2021
ClipClip is a handy clipboard history tool that can be summoned using hotkeys. It lets you copy text, images, or files, so you can browse or search through them with ease. Continue Reading »
Posted on Friday September 24, 2021
Earlier today, Intel broke ground on two chip plants in Arizona that are expected to become fully operational in 2024. The two manufacturing facilities are dubbed Fab 52 and Fab 62 and will be built near four existing fabs at the company's Ocotillo campus in Chandler, Arizona. Continue Reading »
Posted on Friday September 24, 2021
Diablo Executive Producer Rod Fergusson responded to the problem, commenting on Twitter that player response surpassed the expected load estimates they made during testing. Continue Reading »
Posted on Friday September 24, 2021
In a blog post, the researcher says they first sent a report of four vulnerabilities to the Apple Security Bounty program on April 29. Apple addressed one of the vulnerabilities in iOS 14.7 in June, but didn't mention it in the security notes for that update. The researcher says Apple... Continue Reading »
Posted on Friday September 24, 2021
Indeed, Volvo is going all in. By 2025, the automaker forecasts that 25 percent of the material in new models will be comprised of recycled and bio-based content. Furthermore, Volvo is mandating that its immediate suppliers use 100 percent renewable energy by 2025. Continue Reading »