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California Governor Says ‘We Need More Googles’ As Company Offers Free Wi-Fi and Chromebooks To Students

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNBC: Google will offer 100,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots and will donate 4,000 Chromebooks to students across the state of California, governor Gavin Newsom said during a news conference Wednesday. The internet access points are supposed to help improve broadband internet in rural households across the state where internet access is either limited or ... Read More »

New X-Ray Technique Images Soft-Tissue Tumors Clearer Than MRI

Researchers at Tohoku University have developed a new method of adapting X-ray to image soft tissue, “so that its higher resolution can reveal tumors or other problems earlier than other techniques,” reports New Atlas. From the report: Elastography is a field of medical imaging that focuses on the stiffness or softness of tissues. Shear waves are sent through the body, ... Read More »

Early Meme Site YTMND Has Been Resurrected With the Help of Fans

The popular early internet meme machine YTMND.com is back online after shutting down last May due to declining ad revenue and the site creator’s ill health. Motherboard reports: Launched in 2001, YTMND was one of the early internet’s first sources of viral content. Users could attach a gif, often animated but not always, to a piece of looping sound. Users ... Read More »

Slack Launches Call Integrations For Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and More

Slack is launching a new app to integrate Microsoft Teams calling features into its chat app today. “Slack is also launching VoIP phone integration with Zoom, Cisco Jabber, RingCentral, and Dialpad,” reports The Verge. “This will allow Slack users to use these VoIP calling providers to call phone numbers directly within the Slack interface.” From the report: Slack users will ... Read More »

Teardown of Huawei Flagship Phone Finds US Parts Despite Blacklisting

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Huawei is still using components made by U.S. companies in its newest flagship smartphone, a Financial Times teardown has found, despite the U.S. all but blacklisting the Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer. The teardown was done by XYZone, a Shenzhen-based company that disassembles smartphones and identifies the suppliers of their components. The ... Read More »