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The First Person to Be Cured of HIV Has Passed Away From Cancer
Submitted 65 day(s) ago by system

The first person to be cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown - known as the "Berlin Patient" - has died from cancer, the International AIDS Society (IAS) announced Wednesday. 

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Buy Living Room Furniture Online - Gulmohar Lane
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Potential sign of alien life detected on inhospitable Venus | Reuters
Submitted 78 day(s) ago by system

Scientists said on Monday they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earth's inhospitable neighbor, a tantalizing sign of potential life beyond Earth.

Apple Event: New Watch, iPad Expected as iPhone Seen Coming Later - WSJ
Submitted 80 day(s) ago by system

Apple will hold its first virtual-only product reveal at 1 p.m. New York time from its headquarters. The company is expected to focus on the new Watch Series 6 and iPad Air while the newest iPhone is expected to be revealed next month.

Mammal-like Triassic creature beat polar winters by hibernating - Reuters
Submitted 98 day(s) ago by system

The tusks of a stoutly built plant-eating mammal relative that inhabited Antarctica 250 million years ago are providing the oldest-known evidence that animals resorted to hibernation-like states to get through lean times such as polar winters.

Dwarf planet Ceres is 'ocean world' with salty water deep underground - Reuters
Submitted 116 day(s) ago by system

Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, is an "ocean world" with a big reservoir of salty water under its frigid surface, scientists said in findings that raise interest in this dwarf planet as a possible outpost for life.

UK Researchers Trial Robots to Ease Social Care Burden During COVID-19 Pandemic | Technology News
Submitted 126 day(s) ago by system

Scientists at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, have programmed robots to perform tasks normally carried out by care workers. The experiment, called Ambient Assisted Living, will initially focus on finding solutions for priority groups, whose vulnerabilities have been compounded by social isolation measures required during the pandemic.

Amazon Prime Video Profiles Now Available Worldwide, on More Living Room Devices | Entertainment News
Submitted 149 day(s) ago by system

Amazon Prime Video is now rolling out its long-awaited profiles feature to everyone worldwide, including the US. Prime Video profiles are now also supported on Android TV and PS4, but not on Xbox One.

    JioSaavn New Update Brings New UI, Advanced Search, AI-Based Recommendations | Technology News
    Submitted 182 day(s) ago by system

    The new JioSaavn update brings a new “Living Search” feature that offers tile-based recommendations. Inside search, there is a Shorties box that offers 15 second looping visuals to accompany select tracks.

    Colin Kaepernick’s Protest Is Raging Across America - WSJ
    Submitted 186 day(s) ago by system

    Racism and police brutality. The weekend of civil unrest across America can be traced back to the same issues that inspired protests by Colin Kaepernick and this generation of athletes.

    New Zealand's Ardern turned away from cafe under coronavirus rules - Reuters
    Submitted 201 day(s) ago by system

    Hailed for her leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner were turned away from a cafe on Saturday because it was too full under the physical distancing guidelines.

    U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Loses With Judge, but Hard Part Is Ahead - WSJ
    Submitted 215 day(s) ago by system

    The U.S. women’s soccer team lost a key ruling to its employer in discrimination suit, but U.S. Soccer needs those players more than ever.

    Gigi Hadid Is Pregnant! Mom Yolanda Hadid Confirms | Vogue
    Submitted 218 day(s) ago by system

    The news comes right after Gigi Hadid’s 25th birthday. Currently, the couple is isolating at the Hadid family farm.

    ‘We will not have a vaccine by next winter.’ What happens when coronavirus returns? - MarketWatch
    Submitted 226 day(s) ago by system

    ‘The four seasonal coronaviruses do not seem to induce long-term immunity,’ said Gregory Poland, who studies the immunogenetics of vaccines at the Mayo Clinic.

    Atomic bombs and whale sharks: How to calculate age of world's largest fish - Reuters
    Submitted 239 day(s) ago by system

    Scientists have figured out how to calculate the age of whale sharks - Earth's largest fish - with some guidance from the radioactive fallout spawned by Cold War-era atomic bomb testing.

    How a pandemic prepares us for exploring and living on Mars - CNN
    Submitted 242 day(s) ago by system

    Dealing with a pandemic can also help us prepare for landing on another planet, NASA experts say. It requires a level of care and caution we haven't had to exercise in our daily lives -- until now.

    Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong Face Second Wave of Coronavirus Cases - WSJ
    Submitted 262 day(s) ago by system

    Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong are witnessing fresh waves of coronavirus infections, as the growing number of cases around the world test their successful early defenses against the disease.

    Should I go to the gym? Should I go to a restaurant? Your guide to staying healthy during the coronavirus pandemic - MarketWatch
    Submitted 265 day(s) ago by system

    There is no question that if you have been infected by the novel coronavirus or have symptoms of the COVID-19 illness, you should not leave your home unless...

    Is Coronavirus the Beginning of the End for Global Auto Shows? - WSJ
    Submitted 272 day(s) ago by system

    The 90th Geneva International Motor Show was canceled when WSJ car columnist Dan Neil was enroute to Switzerland. With such events already facing dwindling attendance, the future looks uncertain.

    Should I cancel my flight? Will recirculated air on a plane spread coronavirus? Here’s what you need to know before traveling - MarketWatch
    Submitted 273 day(s) ago by system

    Judi LiVigni was supposed to fly from New York to San Diego last week to visit her brother, who she usually sees only once a year. But the day of her flight,...

    Working From Home Because of Coronavirus? These Are Your Tech Fixes. - WSJ
    Submitted 275 day(s) ago by noklpopl

    Many companies are encouraging employees to work from home—or at least be prepared to do so—because of the spreading coronavirus. Time to update your tech!

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