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A Soyuz rocket carries two Russians and an American astronaut to the ISS

The ISS, the fruit of cooperation between the US, Canada, Japan, Russia and the European Space Agency, is divided into two sections: the American and the Russian. An American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts left for the International Space Station today, a journey that marks a rare moment of cooperation between Moscow and Washington amid the war in Ukraine. The Soyuz rocket was…
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LG's expandable phone reviewed

The smartphone market comes back to the fore from time to time with some trends. Although the foldable screen phones that started a few years ago are a bit dated, LG has also taken its own step in this era. The company, which attracted attention with its LG Rollable, that…
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New feature from Google: 'Delete your online presence'

All people’s personal data is stored on servers on the Internet. Now we can take a step to ensure that our personal data, whether we share it with our own hands or have it exposed by third parties, is not included in Google search results. IF THE SEARCH RESULTS CONTAIN YOUR PERSONAL DATA… Finally, according to the information message shared by Google, one can now request that search…
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Educational apps on iOS that collect your data without your knowledge

We don’t just use smartphones to hang out on social media or make calls. Educational apps also have their place on phones. According to published data, educational apps are among the most popular apps throughout the year. So which apps don’t care about privacy but are still the most popular? The best educational apps on the iOS side Preference should be given to apps that value…
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Wolves can show their attachment to humans

A new study published in Ecology and Evolution shows that wolves can also display attachment behavior towards human caregivers. Researchers at Stockholm University tested 10 wolves and 12 dogs in a behavioral experiment designed specifically to measure attachment behavior…
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Elon Musk will testify next week in the case that pits him against Twitter

Reference image. Photo: The Spectator Elon Musk is scheduled to answer questions from Twitter lawyers about his failed $44 billion purchase of the company on September 26 and 27, according to a court filing. The deposition, which will be held behind closed doors at a law office in Wilmington, Delaware, could be extended to a third day if necessary. Musk’s attorney, Alex Spiro, will have to…
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