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  • Technology NewsApple May Also Remove Charging Cable From iPhone Boxes Technology News  Technology news latest tech news iphone apple iphone Apple

    Apple May Also Remove Charging Cable From iPhone Boxes

    Apple iPhones are very popular nowadays with their phone models. Apple, which has removed the charging adapter from the boxes, is preparing to remove the charging cable from the box with the iPhone 15. With the iPhone 12 series introduced in October 2020, Apple has now completely removed the charging adapter and headset from the box, and this decision was…

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  • Technology NewsBig Day For Science! Scientists Brought Dead Cells Back to Life! Technology News  science latest tech news human health human cell health news

    Big Day For Science! Scientists Brought Dead Cells Back to Life!

    Immortality is a concept that many people dream of. Scientists continue to work on this issue! Reviving dead cells is a light of hope for many diseases. Dead Cells Revived! The New York Times reported that Yale University researchers successfully revived cells in the organs of pigs that had been dead for an hour in the lab. Hearts began to…

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  • Technology NewsWhat is Apple's New Lockdown Mode? Is Apple Lockdown Mode Safe? Technology News  security latest tech news iOS apple lockdown mode Apple

    What is Apple’s New Lockdown Mode? Is Apple Lockdown Mode Safe?

    Apple is one of the most important brands of today, with the products it offers for sale and its direction of technology. It is possible to maintain all this success by creating innovations. Apple recently announced its new ‘Lockdown Mode’. This feature aims to protect at-risk users from highly qualified and targeted cyberattacks by private companies developing paid spyware with…

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  • Technology NewsPlastic-Eater Superworms Can Help to Recycling of Plastics Technology News  superworm recycling plastic plastics latest tech news environment

    Plastic-Eater Superworms Can Help to Recycling of Plastics

    Insects and Superworms Could Save the World! Have you ever thought that insects or worms could save the world? Australian scientists say a worm species that likes to eat plastic could revolutionize the field of recycling. It has been determined that Zophoas morio, better known as superworms, can survive on a regime consisting of polystyrene, the raw material of plastic.…

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  • Are VR Glasses Dangerous? What Awaits VR Glasses Users?

    Mark Zuckerberg has announced new details about Project Cambria, Meta’s new virtual reality (VR) glasses. According to IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Augmented and Virtual Reality Headset Tracker, the global market for augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) headsets grew 92.1% year-on-year in 2021, with shipments reaching 11.2 million units. So what’s next for VR glasses and what are the risks involved…

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  • Robot To Be Distributed For The Elderly Living Alone

    Loneliness brings many problems, both mental and physical. Especially in today’s world where individualization is increasing, elderly people are suffering from loneliness. Caring for themselves, remembering medication times, and communicating with their loved ones is very important for the elderly. Aware of this situation, the New York State Office For The Aging; will get help from robots to make life…

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  • Technology NewsYou Might Be Shocked: The Computer Powered by Sunlight Technology News  The Computer Powered by Sunlight photosynthesis latest tech news Laptop Computer

    You Might Be Shocked: The Computer Powered by Sunlight

    The computer powered by sunlight shocked many people! Scientists at Cambridge University have produced a computer that can store energy and work with sunlight as a result of their experiments. Scientists have succeeded in building a computer that can store energy through photosynthesis and requires little energy to operate. Cambridge University researchers placed a colony of cyanobacteria known as blue-green…

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  • GeneralBreaking News: Animals Can Be Addicted to Phones Too! General  Technology news technology affects smartphone addiction latest tech news Animals and technology

    Breaking News: Animals Can Be Addicted to Phones Too!

    It’s common for teens to spend most of their time on their phones these days. But when it comes to “a 16-year-old, 188-pound gorilla named Amare,” the situation doesn’t seem so normal. Amare currently resides at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. Cell phone addiction is thought to be caused by thousands of visitors who come every day to take pictures of…

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