WHO: COVID-19 has “a long way to burn, if we allow it”

WHO: COVID-19 has “a long way to burn, if we allow it”

This morning the World Health Organization held a press conference in which they outlined the importance of vigilance in the fight against COVID-19. Speaking on the current state of the global pandemic, with regard to containment and advancements in vaccinations, Dr. Michael Joseph Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Program, suggested that the disease has a lot of potential to become a lot worse, IF we allow it.

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Epic Games offers giant discounts in Fortnite to beat Apple

Epic Games offers giant discounts in Fortnite to beat Apple

Epic Games made a couple of big announcements today related to mobile payments and Fortnite discounts. First and foremost, Epic announced "up to 20% savings on V-Bucks and real-money offers for every purchase," across all of Fortnite's platforms. That's a fairly hefty discount, and it looks like it's kicking in today.

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Pokemon GO Shiny vote: Which of these 4 is best?

Pokemon GO Shiny vote: Which of these 4 is best?

Niantic revealed a set of four Pokemon that could, potentially, be the next Community Day special. That'd mean the Pokemon was released in great numbers for a brief number of hours with the potential to learn a special move and a far better chance of appearing as a Shiny Pokemon. In the mix are the following four: Porygon, Caterpie, Grimer, and Charmander.

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2021 BMW 545e xDrive gives new 5 Series a flagship plug-in hybrid

2021 BMW 545e xDrive gives new 5 Series a flagship plug-in hybrid

BMW has detailed its flagship 5 Series hybrid, with the 2021 545e xDrive Sedan pairing an engine enthusiasts love with a jolt of electric assistance. Top of the five model plug-in hybrid range in the new 5 Series, the 545e xDrive uses its power pairing to deliver 600 Nm of torque, or 443 lb-ft in total.

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Apple subscription bundles may finally arrive with iPhone 12

Apple subscription bundles may finally arrive with iPhone 12

For a number of years now, Apple has been building out its subscription offerings. It seems like Apple has a subscription for pretty much everything these days, whether it's news, music, games, and now even TV, and it's a lot to keep up with if you're waist-deep in the Apple ecosystem. Apple may be looking to simplify the subscription process by rolling out a number of bundles, much in the same way Amazon bundles its various services with Prime.

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Intel Xe-HPG gives gamers a next-gen GPU alternative to AMD and NVIDIA

Intel Xe-HPG gives gamers a next-gen GPU alternative to AMD and NVIDIA

Intel has revealed a new GPU for gamers, with the new graphics chip promising to be the fourth variant of its next-generation Xe architecture. The Intel Xe-HPG will be a performance version of the Xe family, joining the chip-maker's version's for low-power systems, data centers, and creators, as it tries to take on graphics stalwarts AMD and NVIDIA.

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 teased by T-Mobile, crease and all

Galaxy Z Fold 2 teased by T-Mobile, crease and all

We already know much about how the Galaxy Z Fold 2 looks like, thanks to Samsung's own teaser, but that doesn't exactly give us an idea of how the phone will actually look like in real life. Samsung did put out an official teaser starring BTS but it was so brief and staged that it was hard to get a true feel for the phone. Thankfully, T-Mobile's Desmond "Des" Smith was kind enough to spend more than just a few minutes on the Galaxy Z Fold 2 to give us mere mortals a closer look at Samsung's next-gen foldable.

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ALMA spies a distant Milky Way doppelgänger

ALMA spies a distant Milky Way doppelgänger

Astronomers have used the ALMA, Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array to observe an extremely distant galaxy that looks surprisingly like our Milky Way. The researchers say that the galaxy is very young, and the light from the galaxy has taken over 12 billion years to reach us. Scientists view the galaxy as it was when the universe was only 1.4 billion years old.

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Galaxy Buds Live teardown is revealing and almost painless

Galaxy Buds Live teardown is revealing and almost painless

Given their size, it's almost too easy to take Truly Wireless Stereo or TWS earbuds for granted, that is until you remember how much a pair cost you. Still, considering how relatively cheaper these tiny accessories are compared to the smartphones they're paired with, some people probably see all but the most expensive buds almost like disposable products. Of course, that doesn't mean they can't be repaired and Galaxy Buds Live, a.k.a. "Galaxy Beans", owners will be happy to know theirs is one of the easiest to repair in the market.

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Toyota announces 2021 Sequoia pricing and Nightshade special edition

Toyota announces 2021 Sequoia pricing and Nightshade special edition

Toyota has announced the official pricing for the 2021 Sequoia, and special edition called the 2021 Sequoia Nightshade Edition. The Nightshade Edition is based on the more luxurious Limited grade model futures black leather-trim seating and black exterior trim. This version also features dark chrome Sequoia badging, black body moldings, lower grille and fog light surrounds.

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The Hyperion XP-1 is proof that hydrogen power reigns supreme

The Hyperion XP-1 is proof that hydrogen power reigns supreme

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. You’re looking at the Hyperion XP-1 hypercar, and it doesn’t have a conventional reciprocating motor. It’s not an EV, either, because the Hyperion XP-1 is the world’s first hydrogen-powered supercar.

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OSIRIS-REx completes another rehearsal for Bennu touchdown

OSIRIS-REx completes another rehearsal for Bennu touchdown

NASA has announced that its OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has completed another rehearsal before it's landing on the surface of Bennu. When the spacecraft lands on the surface of the asteroid this fall, it will collect samples to return to Earth for study. On August 11, OSIRIS-REx successfully performed its second rehearsal reaching an altitude of 131 feet over the sample site, called Nightingale, before executing a back-away burn.

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