Daily News update on – Technology

February 13, 2024

The Wall Street Journal

I’m an Apple Early Adopter, and the Vision Pro Isn’t Right for Me—Yet

The Apple Vision Pro is impressive hardware, but the features are too limited to justify the price at this point. PHOTO: Apple/Buy Side from WSJ Photo Illustration.

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CBS News

Snag a kid-friendly Amazon Fire tablet for up to 47% off

Amazon’s kid-friendly tablets are real standouts. Each model offers a robust set of parental controls, comes with a case, includes unlimited access to the Amazon Kids+ service for one year, and provides parents with a two year, worry-free guarantee.

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Sports deflation: Study shows NBA 3-point shot has lost its value

But a recent study by Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics sport analytics professor Shane Sanders and associate professor Justin Ehrlich shows that while the number of 3-point shots continues to increase, the average expected value of 3-pointers has …

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A Columbia Sportswear product could soon land on the moon

It’s not a spaceship wearing a Columbia Sportswear jacket landing on the moon, but it’s close. If all goes as planned, Intuitive Machines this week will launch a rocket carrying a lunar lander with a critical part that’s wrapped with Columbia …

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Google’s Super Bowl Ad Was a Poignant Reminder That People Are the Most Important Part of Technology

The ad follows a blind man and his girlfriend and shows how he is able to capture important moments in their relationship because of his Pixel smartphone and the Guided Frame feature.

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BBC News

Sure landline issue blocking 999 calls in Guernsey

Telecom company Sure is working to fix a landline issue which is affecting calls to emergency services. The problem is isolated to St Peter Port and St Sampsons. Mobile, broadband and fibre customers are not affected, the company said.

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Novel bispecific design improves CAR T–cell immunotherapy for childhood leukemia

Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital improved bispecific chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T–cell immunotherapies for acute myeloid leukemia (AML), corroborated by computational analysis. Memphis, Tennessee, February 12, 2024.

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Kellogg Chronicles: Celebrating 20 Years Of The Kellogg Super Bowl Ad Review

We are passionate about building community and creating inclusive forums that foster diverse perspectives. As a result, we are grateful to manage a team of talented MBA students delivering on that vision through events like the Annual Kellogg Marketing …

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Healthy Fashion: Earrings That Track Your Wellness

MONDAY, Feb. 12, 2024 (HealthDay News) — A new pair of earrings have joined the plethora of wearable technology that can help track wellness, researchers report. The Thermal Earring continuously monitors a user’s earlobe temperature, according to the …

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Microsoft’s game-changing Super Bowl ad

Artificial intelligence won’t steal your job, Microsoft’s Super Bowl ad promised on Sunday — instead, it will help you fulfill your dreams. Why it matters: The 60-second spot deftly reframed AI for the general population, transforming it from a scary …

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