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Essential Baby Sleep Gadgets & Products For New Parents

Getting your baby to sleep through the night almost feels as attainable and realistic as doing shots without having a hangover. Babies need sleep. Newborns sleep up to 17 hours a day. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, infants four to 12 months old should sleep 12-16 hours every 24 hours. Children one to two years of age should sleep 11-14 hours. That’s a whole lot of sleep. And everywhere you look, there are gadgets that promise that your kids will get more of it. Here are baby sleep…

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Tesla Is Serious About a Possible Record Quarter, Not So Serious About a Submarine Car

Elon Musk was treated as a start by investors at the annual meeting Analysts have questioned the global demand for Tesla vehicles Deliveries of Tesla cars dropped 31 percent in Q1 2019 Tesla engineers “actually have a design for a submarine car”, Musk said. Tesla has “a decent shot at a record quarter on every level”, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said at the company’s annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, soothing concerns about weak demand for the electric car maker’s sedans. Tesla’s stock rose 3.6 percent to $225 (roughly Rs.…

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Instagram Rolls Out Lyrics Feature in Music Stories to Rival TikTok

Instagram will now display lyrics when you use music sticker It is rolling out in regions where Instagram Music is available The feature looks to rival lip-syncing app TikTok Instagram is now rolling out a new lyrics feature to the music sticker. The feature is rolling out to all users in regions where the Instagram Music option is active. This includes US, Germany, and France. Singer Billie Eilish also demoed how the feature works in one of her stories, and it will allow users to display song lyrics on screen…

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Revolt on the Horizon? How Young People Really Feel About Digital Technology

As digital technologies facilitate the growth of both new and incumbent organizations, we have started to see the darker sides of the digital economy unravel. In recent years, many unethical business practices have been exposed, including the capture and use of consumers’ data, anticompetitive activities, and covert social experiments. But what do young people who grew up with the internet think about this development? Our research with 400 digital natives—19- to 24-year-olds—shows that this generation, dubbed “GenTech,” may be the one to turn the digital revolution on its head. Our…

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Could This Hydrogen-Powered Drone Be the Future of Transportation?

The idea of scaling up a drone to carry passengers isn’t new. Who among us hasn’t gazed up at a DJI Phantom and wished that we could be up there with it, soaring amongst the birds and transmitting data back to China? Well, batteries are the obstacle standing between us and our glorious LaunchPad McQuack future. Current battery technology would offer limited range in a human-scale electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle, even when burdened with only the skinniest of rich people on their way to Montauk. And if you…

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Speed test: watch the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smoke your home fibre broadband

If you’re feeling pretty chuffed with your fibre broadband speeds at home, you might want to avoid watching this impressive footage. The video shows the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G hitting download speeds of more than 1Gbps in the United States, where it launched earlier this month on mobile network Verizon. That’s seriously impressive. Those download speeds allowed Digital Trends journalist Julian Chokkattu to download PUBG: Mobile – which totals around 1.8GB of Android – in less than half a minute. On the Galaxy S10 Plus, that same file takes a…

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These 3 Simple Things Will Make Your Phone’s Battery Last Longer

Everyone wants more battery life from their phone, but today’s apps are increasingly power-hungry and prone to bugs that guzzle even more juice than necessary. Take the Netflix app, for example: Mobile Enerlytics, a company that makes battery use diagnostic tools for app makers, recently found that Netflix could drain 20 percent of your phone’s charge overnight just by running in the background. And with almost 30 percent of media consumption happening on phones, the problem will only get worse. Battery-saving apps promise to optimize your phone’s power reservoir, but…

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Touch ID could be RETURNING to the iPhone in 2020 – but not as you know it

Apple’s Touch ID could be returning to the iPhone in 2020, but it won’t be quite as you remember it, a new report has revealed. Touch ID was the name given to Apple’s fingerprint recognition feature, which allowed iPhone users to unlock their devices, make payments and access sensitive data by touching the Home button at the bottom of the screen. In 2017, Apple started replacing Touch ID with Face ID , its facial recognition feature that allows iPhone users to verify their identity with just a look. Face ID is now the default authentication method…

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5G Could Interfere With Weather Satellites, Scientists Warn

5G networks are already here, and more are coming. This advanced form off wireless connection could possibly reaching speeds 100 times faster, support 100 times more devices, and feature five times lower latency than today’s 4G networks. Early versions of 5G are rolling out at a small scale with parts of Chicago and Minneapolis playing guinea pigs with mixed results, but there’s been an unexpected hitch: some scientists are worried that 5G networks could interfere with weather satellites used for crucial Earth observations. The closeness of a natural frequency to…

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This New Cooler Is Powered By The Sun, So Forget About Those Soggy Ice Bags

Summer is finally on its way, which means you probably have a few beach days or barbecues in the works. (Hooray, warm weather!) Before you pack your old cooler with soggy bags of ice, check out the GoSun Chill. It’s a solar-powered cooler that doesn’t require any ice at all (seriously), which means you can pack your frozen goods without squeezing them into piles of melting cubes. Yup, that means you can kiss the days of wet food and overflowing coolers goodbye. The GoSun Chill was announced on May 7…

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