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Social Media Bans of Scientific Misinformation Aren’t Helpful, Researchers Say

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: The Royal Society is the UK’s national academy of sciences. On Wednesday, it published a report on what it calls the “online information environment,” challenging some key assumptions behind the movement to de-platform conspiracy theorists spreading hoax info on topics like climate change, 5G, and the coronavirus. Based on literature reviews, workshops ... Read More »

How Europe Rolled Out 5G Without Hurting Aviation

gollum123 shares a report from CNN: Major international airlines are canceling flights to the United States over aviation industry fears that 5G technology could interfere with crucial onboard instruments. But it’s business as usual in Europe, where the latest generation of high speed mobile networks is being rolled out without a hitch. Why is there a potential problem in the ... Read More »

Samsung Falling Behind Apple In AR/VR Space Due To ‘Obsession’ With Foldable Smartphones

Samsung is significantly falling behind in the rush to bring augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) devices to market, partially due to the company’s “obsession” with foldable smartphones, The Korea Herald reports. MacRumors reports: Samsung’s main competitors, including Apple, Microsoft, Meta, and Sony, are developing or have already launched AR and VR devices amid massive industry-wide investments into the ... Read More »

Crypto.com CEO Confirms Hundreds of Accounts Were Hacked

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: The CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek, has finally confirmed that hundreds of user accounts were indeed compromised by hackers and had funds stolen as a result, though details of the exact method of breach remain unclear. Marszalek acknowledged the hack in an online interview with Bloomberg Wednesday, stating that ... Read More »