A beginner’s guide to using Bluetooth on your iPhone

A beginner’s guide to using Bluetooth on your iPhone

Bluetooth has been around for decades, and the tool has become an important part of modern gadgets. You might benefit from learning how Bluetooth works on your iPhone, especially as the iPhone’s interface makes performing essential Bluetooth functions fairly easy. In this guide, we’ll take a look at what Bluetooth is, what it can be … Read more

Intense exercise can increase your risk of contracting infectious diseases like COVID-19

Intense exercise can increase your risk of contracting infectious diseases like COVID-19

Research shows the exposure threshold at which aerosol particle emissions increase exponentially. The relationship between exercise intensity and risk of infection The relationship between exposure intensity and the emission and concentration of aerosol particles in exhaled air is not well understood. Using a unique test setup, a Munich research team has shown that aerosol emissions … Read more

Natalie Portman’s role in Thor marked the first time she was asked to grow up for a film

Natalie Portman’s role in Thor marked the first time she was asked to grow up for a film

‘Thanks for putting a 40-year-old, 5-foot mom in the role’: Natalie Portman reveals her ‘career highlight’ part on ‘Thor’ was the first time she was asked to act for to become “bigger” a movie By Sean O’grady for Mailonline Released: 11:45 a.m. CET, July 5, 2022 | Updated: 14:24 CET, July 5, 2022 Natalie Portman … Read more

the pentaquark and the very first pair of tetraquarks

the pentaquark and the very first pair of tetraquarks

The new pentaquark, shown here as a pair of standard hadrons loosely connected in a molecular-like structure, consists of a charm quark and a charm antiquark, as well as an up, a down, and a strange quark. Photo credit: CERN The international LHCb collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has observed three never-before-seen particles: … Read more

Rare, elliptical craters provide new clues about Saturn’s strange moons

Rare, elliptical craters provide new clues about Saturn’s strange moons

Rare, elliptical craters discovered on two of Saturn’s moons provide new clues about the age and formation of the satellites, a new study shows. use of data from NASA’s Cassini missionResearchers at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) have measured elliptical craters on Saturn’s moons Tethys and Dione. While circular craters are fairly common and form … Read more

LIGO resumes work in 2023 with gravitational wave upgrades

LIGO resumes work in 2023 with gravitational wave upgrades

After a two-year upgrade, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is almost ready for its next operational run, scheduled to begin in March 2023. During this fourth service trip (O4) LIGO – which includes two detectors, one in Washington and one in Louisiana – is complemented by two other gravitational-wave observatories: the Virgo interferometer in … Read more

Why the 13-inch MacBook Pro is still a staple of Apple’s lineup

Why the 13-inch MacBook Pro is still a staple of Apple’s lineup

Apple has been ranked as the world’s most valuable company at various points in the past few years. And it’s pretty safe to assume the company hasn’t gotten to that point without strategically positioning its products. A big part of what has made Apple so successful is that the company makes sure it has products … Read more

The global medical image analysis software market is expected to reach US$4.5 billion by 2027, up from US$3.2 billion in 2022, at a CAGR of 7.8%.

The global medical image analysis software market is expected to reach US.5 billion by 2027, up from US.2 billion in 2022, at a CAGR of 7.8%.

ReportLinker Factors driving the market include the growing public and private sector investments in the medical imaging market and the rising prevalence of chronic diseases. Embedded software was the largest segment in the medical image analysis software market in 2021. NEW YORK, July 5, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report, … Read more

Lego goes for modularity, metaverse with its software engineering culture

Lego goes for modularity, metaverse with its software engineering culture

Lego, the maker of plastic building blocks, is rapidly expanding its software development teams to meet the growing demand for virtual experiences. Lego is rapidly expanding its software engineering teams as it diversifies from plastic bricks to bits and bytes, but can it compete with top tech companies for the best talent? The Danish company … Read more

Google Releases Patch for Chrome Browser High Severity Zero-Day on Windows and Android

Google Releases Patch for Chrome Browser High Severity Zero-Day on Windows and Android

Image: 10,000 hours/GETTY Google has released an update for Chrome 103 for Windows desktops that fixes a bug in the implementation of WebRTC that it warns is already under attack. The issue that Chrome update 103.0.5060.114 for Windows fixes is a “heap buffer overflow in WebRTC,” which refers to when the buffer allocated in the … Read more