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Facebook Parent Meta Creates Powerful AI Supercomputer

Facebook’s parent company Meta said it has created what it believes is among the fastest artificial intelligence supercomputers running today.

2 mins read
AppleMagazine
January 28, 2022

Big Hot Sauce Wants More Hot Sauce

McCormick, the 132-year-old prince of pumpkin spice, paragon of tarragon, major-domo of marjoram, has taken over an entirely new category

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 31, 2022

Covid's Unseen Victims

Extra duties and depleted ranks have pharmacy workers buckling under the pressure

6 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 31, 2022

A Sicilian Odyssey

A luxurious tour of Sicily is even more enticing at the wheel of the new Bentley GT Speed Convertible

7 mins read
Maxim
January - February 2022

For The Win – La-Tanya Greene

Maxim Cover Girl competition winner La-Tanya Greene is an educated beauty with a bright future

5 mins read
Maxim
January - February 2022

Cultural Traditions to Celebrate

Each year, UNESCO compiles traditions, knowledge, skills and art from communities across the globe, in a list of “Intangible Cultural Heritage.” The chosen items are not historical monuments or artifacts, but rather “living expressions inherited from our ancestors.” In a time of rapid globalization, the list serves to recognize and celebrate cultural diversity and highlights how traditional ways of life interact with the contemporary world. From the navigation skills of Micronesian wayfarers to a thousand-year pottery tradition carried by women in northern Peru, here’s a snapshot of this year’s list.

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Newsweek
January 28 - February 04, 2022

Books to Look Forward to for a New Year

Along with the promise of a brand-new year come new reading challenges to start and winter weekends that are perfect for cozying up with a good book.

8 mins read
Newsweek
January 28 - February 04, 2022

Keeping Covid Out of The Cabin

As the pandemic enters Year 3, airlines are stepping up their hygiene routines

4 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 24, 2022

Biden's Year 2 Test

As the pandemic wears on and prices rise, many Americans are disillusioned with the president. Can he win them back?

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 24, 2022

A Fight Over Discrimination in the Age of Algorithms

Redfin has staked its reputation on making a racist industry more equitable. Critics say it’s been denying services to Black homebuyers and sellers

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 24, 2022

Omicron Variant: How Worried Should We Be About It?

Research has started to emerge on the latest variant of COVID. How concerned should we be about it, and what makes it different from previous variants?

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BBC Science Focus
January 2022

An End to Ageing?

Eternal youth is the stuff of religion and mythology, but what if we could just have a bit more of it? What if there was a pill that could slow down the ravages of time, so that you could feel younger for longer. It sounds like snake oil, but there’s a growing body of research that’s betting on making it a reality

9 mins read
BBC Science Focus
January 2022

Have Gear, Will Travel

These eight products are versatile companions for every adventure.

8 mins read
Backpacker
January 2022

I Survived A Polar Bear Attack

In July 2013, Matt Dyer was lucky enough to see a polar bear in Canada’s Torngat Mountains. His good fortune ended there.

3 mins read
Backpacker
January 2022

It's the Economy, Stupide

France’s president has an ace up his sleeve as he seeks a second term

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 17, 2022

Washington vs.Carbon

The feds are starting to allocate billions of dollars to pull CO2 from the air. They’ve got a lot of work to do

4 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
January 17, 2022

Home Covid Tests to Be Covered by Insurers Starting Saturday

Starting Saturday, private health insurers will be required to cover up to eight home COVID-19 tests per month for people on their plans. The Biden administration announced the change Monday as it looks to lower costs and make testing for the virus more convenient amid rising frustrations.

3 mins read
AppleMagazine
January 14, 2022

Rise of the killer robots

Artificially intelligent weapons are transforming armies around the world – should we be worried about this new arms race?

10+ mins read
YOU South Africa
20 January 2022

Dark Day — The News in Pictures

U.S. Capitol Police officers after morning roll call on Capitol Hill on January 6, a year after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol Building in hopes of interrupting the certification of the election of Joe Biden as President.

1 min read
Newsweek
January 21, 2022

World Economic Forum Warns Cyber Risks Add to Climate Threat

Cyberthreats and the growing space race are emerging risks to the global economy, adding to existing challenges posed by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic, the World Economic Forum said in a report this week.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
January 14, 2022

After Wave of Cancellations, Delta Sees Recovery in 2022

Delta Air Lines lost $408 million in the final quarter of 2021, dragged down by a COVID-19 surge that rocked the airline in December, and the carrier predicted Thursday that it will suffer one more quarterly loss before travel perks up in spring and summer.

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Techlife News
15, January 2022

'The World Is On the Brink'

Less than a year before president john F. Kennedy delivered his Commencement Address at the American University in 1963, the Cuban Missile Crisis had brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.

9 mins read
Newsweek
January 21, 2022

Hanya's Boys

The novelist tends to torture her gay male characters—but only so she can swoop in to save them.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 17 - 30, 2022

72 minutes with… Connor Pardoe

Pickleball, once a game for the 50-plus crowd, exploded during the pandemic. This sports commissioner wants to turn it into a national pastime.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 17 - 30, 2022

Last Sane Man on Wall Street

Nathan Anderson made his name exposing—and betting against—corporate fraud. But short selling in a frothy pandemic economy can be ruinous.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 17 - 30, 2022

13,000 Pounds at 118 Miles Per Hour

The wreck of a limo near Albany was the deadliest U.S. Transportation disaster in a decade. And the man behind it was one of the most notorious confidential informants in FBI history.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 17 - 30, 2022

The Undoing of Joss Whedon

The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 17 - 30, 2022

Young at Art

Harley Brown's fascinating things no one else will tell you

9 mins read
International Artist
December 2021 - January 2022

20Q - Aubrey Plaza

TV’s favorite dark princess drops her “Botox deadpan” glare and tells all about Chris Pratt, defends Charlie Sheen and dreams about a life of crime

10+ mins read
Playboy Africa
January 2022

Louis Carr — Intimate Spaces and Youthful Portraits

Louis Carr is an artist based in Raleigh, North Carolina, who is well-known for his intimate and delicately rendered portrait and landscape paintings.

5 mins read
International Artist
December 2021 - January 2022

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