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  • Nikon Unleashes the PLENA Lens! 135mm f/1.8 S Initial Review  PetaPixelThe Nikon Z 135mm f1.8 S Plena is a Bright Portrait Prime  The PhoblographerNikon releases the NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena, a mid-telephoto prime lens for the Nikon Z mount system | News  NikonNikkor Z 135mm f/1.8 S 'Plena' Lens Hands-On: Buckets of Beautiful Bokeh  PetaPixelNikon thinks its […]
  • Google's 25th birthday: Surprise Doodle and Easter eggs to look for  USA TODAY25 years of Google: Search engine giant marks its 25th birthday with a doodle  Times of IndiaHappy Birthday, Google! Search Engine Giant Turns Quarter Century Old, Marks It with This Special Doodle  BenzingaGoogle's 25-year journey from dorm to internet dominance  ReutersCelebrating 25 Years of Google: This is […]
  • EA Sports FC 24 Switch Frame Rate & Resolution Revealed  Nintendo LifeEA Sports FC 24 Review  IGNEA FC 24: How to complete Squad Foundations Estefania Banini SBC – Solution & cost  DexertoIs EA FC 24 cross platform?  SportskeedaFC 24 system requirements : minimum & recommended specs on PC  WePC – PC Tech & PC Gaming NewsView Full Coverage on Google […]
  • Nothing Launches Smartwatch for Under $70, Alongside $49 Earbuds  CNETNothing launches a smartwatch and earbuds that cost less than $120 combined  The VergeCMF by Nothing Makes Big Splash With $69 Watch Pro  Droid LifeNothing's first smartwatch debuts under 'CMF' brand for $69  9to5GoogleCMF by Nothing launches new budget wearables – and I've tried them  Creative BloqView Full Coverage on Google […]
  • How to disable 'Click wallpaper to reveal desktop' on macOS  9to5MacmacOS 14 Sonoma: The Ars Technica review  Ars TechnicamacOS Sonoma is available today  AppleYou Can Install macOS Sonoma Now, but You Should Wait  GizmodomacOS Sonoma Optimizes Latest 13-Inch MacBook Air's Battery Health  MacRumorsView Full Coverage on Google News



  • The ARC nerve stimulation therapy system from startup Onward Medical passed another developmental milestone on Wednesday, as the company announced the first successful installation of its brainwave-driven implantable electrode array to restore function and feeling to a patient’s hands and arms. The news comes just five months after the researchers implanted a similar system in […]
  • The Writers Guild of America (WGA) has voted to officially lift its strike order, over half a year since it stopped work and demanded a better contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). Writers can officially go back to work after 12:01 AM PT on September 27, even though the organization […]
  • X is getting closer to releasing its long-promised alerts that will notify users about whether or not their account has been “shadowbanned.” Andrea Conway, a designer at X, offered a preview of the upcoming feature that Elon Musk first promised last year.Conway shared two mock-ups: an alert in the notifications tab, as well as an […]
  • The US’ outdated electrical grid is not equipped to handle rising demands for renewable energy or the “new normal” threats of extreme weather and cyberattacks. This is according to energy security watchdog, SAFE, whose Grid Security Project found that problems like blackouts and shortages are becoming increasingly common. Without updates to both policy and infrastructure, […]
  • X, the company previously known as Twitter, could soon find itself in hot water with European Union officials due to the amount of misinformation on its platform. The platform has an outsize role in the spread of misinformation, according to a new EU report.The EU shared its findings in its first report on platforms’ handling […]

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  • If you’re looking for the Connections answer for Wednesday, September 27, 2023, read on—I’ll share some clues, tips, and strategies, and finally the solutions to all four categories. Beware, there are spoilers below for September 27, NYT Connections #108! Scroll to the end if you want some hints (and then the answer)…Read more…
  • The iPad Pro is one of the most powerful tablets you can get right now. It has Apple’s M2 SoC inside, the same chip the company puts in its MacBooks. If you’ve been looking for a reason to pull the trigger on a purchase, you can save $100 on the sixth-gen 12.9-inch iPad Pro on […]
  • The Apple Watch Ultra 2 just launched, so it’s unlikely we’ll see any deep discounts on it in anytime soon. However, if you are planning to pick up Apple’s newest rugged wearable, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 is actually $20 off at Amazon—at least for right now.Read more…
  • Phillips Hue Lights rarely go on sale, and when they do, the deals usually are not substantial. But from now until Sept. 29, Woot has loads of refurbished Hue lights on sale that you can take advantage of (while supplies last, and prices are subject to change, of course).Read more…
  • While you might know that your emails are all worthy of a thorough read and should never be relegated to your recipient’s spam folder, there’s a good chance that some of them are ending up there anyway. And there are things you’re doing without realizing it that increase the chances your message never reaches its…Read […]




  • An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Washington Post: Burkey Belser, a graphic designer who created the ubiquitous nutrition facts label — a stark rectangle listing calories, fat, sodium and other content information — that adorns the packaging of nearly every digestible product in grocery stores, died Sept. 25 at his home in Bethesda, […]
  • Michelle Butterfield writes via Global News: A team of scientists, led by a Japanese pharmaceutical startup, are getting set to start human trials on a new drug that has successfully grown new teeth in animal test subjects. Toregem Biopharma is slated to begin clinical trials in July of next year after it succeeded growing new […]
  • Kyle Orland writes via Ars Technica: The "first official Unity user group in the world" has announced that it is dissolving after 13 years because "the trust we used to have in the company has been completely eroded." The move comes as many developers are saying they will continue to stay away from the company's […]
  • Lawrence Abrams writes via BleepingComputer: After almost three years, Microsoft has finally added the 'Never combine taskbar button' back to Windows, and it still doesn't work correctly. The combine taskbar items feature in Windows 10 allows you to show an icon for every open application in Windows, even if they are multiple instances of the […]
  • An anonymous reader quotes a report from the New York Times: The Air Force said on Monday that it had received its first electric passenger aircraft capable of taking off and landing vertically, a milestone for the companies that hope to one day sell thousands of such vehicles to serve as air taxis. Joby Aviation, […]

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  • Last week’s “Far, Far Away” was a big episode for Disney+ Star Wars series Ahsoka—though not really a big one for Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) herself, since the Peridea-set action was given over to some other major story beats, including the arrival of two major characters: Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen) and Ezra (Eman Esfandi).Read more…
  • Manhattan’s McKittrick hotel looms nondescriptly while housing an entire world of mystery and intrigue inspired by Shakespeare’s Scottish Play. During Halloween season io9 was invited to its current run.Read more…
  • Update 9/26/23 at 6:06 p.m. ET: On Tuesday afternoon, Federal Communication Commission chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel announced the agency would indeed be rolling up its sleeves and would finally attempt to reinstate net neutrality rules. Read more…
  • You may have heard that macOS Sonoma is ready to download after a months-long summer beta. But you should hold off on updating to the new version of the operating system if you can. There have been complaints from app developers that their apps are bugging out on the new OS. It’s best to take […]
  • A parasitic brain-infecting roundworm primarily spread by rats and snails is planting down roots in more parts of the U.S., research this week suggests. Scientists appear to have confirmed the presence of the parasite within local rodent populations in the state of Georgia. While human cases are considered rare, these…Read more…

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