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Nvidia Overtakes Intel, Becomes Most Valuable Chipmaker In US
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Nvidia Overtakes Intel, Becomes Most Valuable Chipmaker In US

Nvidia’s shares rose 2.3 in afternoon trading on Wednesday to a record $404.July 09, 2020Nvidia has overtaken Intel, for the first time in the illustrious companies& 39; history. In doing so, Nvidia has become the most valuable chipmaker in the U.S.The graphic component maker’s market capitalization currently stands at $248 billion, just above the $246 billion value of Intel, which was once the world’s leading chipmaker.

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Prehistoric Humans In Turkey Used Human Teeth As Jewelry

Archaeologists have turned up a remarkable find at an 8,500-year-old site in Turkey — human molars that were used as jewelry.December 24, 2019University of CopenhagenAt the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük in Turkey, archaeologists have discovered human molars that had been used by the prehistoric people of the area as jewelry in the form of beads or pendants.
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Tesla To Take $1.4 Billion Loan From Chinese Banks For Shanghai Factory

Tesla and several Chinese banks have agreed to a new loan to roll over existing debt and to finance the operation of Tesla& 39;s new Shanghai factory.December 24, 2019TeslaTesla and several Chinese banks have reached an agreement on a new loan to the electric vehicle maker to finance the operation of Tesla& 39;s new Shanghai factory as well as roll-over an existing 3.
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White Bread Mold Experiment Teaches the Importance of Washing Hands

An elementary school teacher used an experiment with white bread to show how important is to wash your hands.December 18, 2019Flu season is around the corner and Jaralee Metcalf, a behavioral specialist who works with autistic students in elementary school wanted to teach the importance of washing hands to stave off the influenza virus.
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Elon Musk Checks His Wiki Page and Says He Is Not an Investor as It's Claimed

Elon Musk comes up with something new; he says that he& 39;s not an investor.By Nursah ErgüDecember 23, 2019Even though all the money he has and all the fame he holds, Elon Musk never stops acting like the guy next door, especially on Twitter.His nerdy, cute, funny tweets and the memes he shares on Twitter have the vibe of some 19-year-old engineering student with a lot of smartness but not with a lot of money.
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Facial Recognition Software Has a Bias, New Government Report Finds

African Americans and Asians were 100 times more likely to be misidentified than Caucasians.December 20, 2019Facial recognition systems exhibited bias when it comes to identifying and matching individuals of color, a new federal study shows.The landmark study shines a negative light on software that is increasingly being used by law enforcement agencies around the country.
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BMW M5 Makes 850 HP Thanks to a Simple Tune

The Noelle Performance tune takes the vehicle to the next level without any mechanical modifications and comes with a warranty.December 23, 2019If there is one thing BMW never disappoints, its speed.As of today, the current BMW M5 delivers 592 HP and 553 lb-ft of torque with a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8.
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Exhibition in China Focuses on Loss of Anonymity from Facial Recognition Technology

An art exhibition in Shenzhen, China, has opened, exploring the impact of facial recognition technology on Chinese society.December 26, 2019Li Lipeng/Eyes of the CityA new art exhibit in Shenzhen, China, has opened, exploring the impact that facial recognition technology has had on Chinese society in a rare public discussion of the rapidly expanding use of surveillance technology by the government and technology companies.
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Defense Bill That Will Create U.S. Space Force Passed by Senate

It has now been sent to the White House where Trump has promised to quickly sign it into law.December 19, 2019The U.S. Senate passed a $738 billion defense policy bill on Tuesday that will lead to the creation of President Donald Trump’s “Space Force.” The National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, was then sent to the White House where Trump has promised to quickly sign it into law as it includes all his priorities.
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Passengers Take Videos of Two Carnival Cruise Ships Colliding in Mexico

The incident left six people slightly injured.December 21, 2019Two cruise ships, the Carnival Glory and Carnival Legend collided Friday morning at a port in Cozumel, Mexico while passengers took videos of the crash. The incident left six people lightly injured.RELATED: UNDERSTANDING THE INCREDIBLE ENGINEERING OF CRUISE SHIPSCarnival Glory just crashed into Carnival Legend and almost crashed into Oasis of the Seas at the Cozumel cruise port.
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Pooping on an Airplane Can Be Dangerous, Research Says

According to a new study, airplane bathrooms contain a lot of antibiotic-resistant microbes.By Nursah ErgüDecember 27, 2019There& 39;s no other option to use the bathroom on an airplane when you need to use it, what are you going to do, pee your pants? Maybe it& 39;s better to do it.According to recent research published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, scientists tested airplane sewage from five different German airports.
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US Army Making Special Ear Protection For Military Dogs

Military dogs have super-sensitive hearing that can easily be damaged on a battlefield, so the US Army is giving them their own ear protection.December 24, 2019Zeteo Tech/US ArmyMilitaries throughout history have used dogs as an indispensable part of their armies, but modern warfare presents a special challenge for dogs& 39; super-sensitive hearing.
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Earth Went Through Global Warming, Long Before Dinosaur Extinction

It seems like humans aren& 39;t the only reason for global warming, according to a recent research.By Nursah ErgüDecember 16, 2019We are all aware of the fact that climate change and global warming are issues highly related to human activity. But new evidence shows that similar kinds of activities happened long before humans existed.
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Another Facebook Privacy Scandal: Thief Steals Hard Drives with Payroll Data

It took Facebook three days to realize the drives were stolen.December 15, 2019Facebook can& 39;t catch a break. Things have not been going well for the social media platform for quite some time now.Not that long ago, Facebook had to pay a hefty fine of $5 billion to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and was required to undergo privacy checks due to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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Replica Cybertruck Caught on Camera in Moscow

Russians never stop with their original ideas, now they created a knock-off Cybertruck.By Nursah ErgüDecember 20, 2019It& 39;s always been a common thing to copy what& 39;s famous. For some, it& 39;s chunky Balenciagas, and for some, it& 39;s the most famous vehicle in the whole world, which is Cybertruck.
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Researchers Create Mini-Liver From 3D Printer

The technique can easily be scaled up to print out organs for transplantation.December 18, 2019Researchers from the University of São Paulo were able to make a functional mini-liver via 3D bioprinting.The work was conducted at the Human Genome and Stem Cell Research Center, which is one of the research, innovation and dissemination centers funded by the São Paulo Research Foundation.
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Major 69 Car Virginia Interstate Pileup Leads to More Than 50 Injuries

Two of the injuries were reported to be life-threatening.December 23, 2019A massive 69 car pileup in a Virginia interstate on Sunday led to 51 people being hospitalized, state authorities reported. The incident occurred on Interstate 64 in York County near Williamsburg.RELATED: WHAT HUMANS WOULD LOOK LIFE IF THEY EVOLVED TO SURVIVE CAR ACCIDENTS TrafficAlert I64 in York Co Virginia.
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Excessive Air Freshener Spraying Causes Man's Vehicle to Explode

A UK man lit up a cigarette and his car in the process.December 18, 2019A driver in the UK& 39;s attempt to get the inside of his car to smell nice imploded when he accidentally blew up his car.According to media reports in the UK, the driver used & 34;excessive& 34; amounts of an aerosol-based air freshener before lighting up a cigarette.
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Gigantic Land Tortoises Aren't as Stupid as You May Think

Researchers were able to train the tortoises to perform three tasks of increasing difficulty.December 13, 2019Huge land tortoises have gotten a bum rap over the years. They& 39;ve been called & 34;living rocks& 34; and have a reputation for being sluggish, lacking both agility and the ability to think.
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The World Woke Up As the Planet Rapidly Warmed this Decade

Earth set a lot of records this decade, none of which anyone should be proud of.December 13, 2019The decade will come to a close in about two weeks, ending a ten year period in which the world woke up to the threat climate change has on the planet.It was a decade that set a lot of environmental records many of which we look back at in horror.
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