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Samsung ahead of TSMC as world’s leading wafer manufacturer

TSMC counts many tech giants among its customers, but it didn’t make the most chips in December. That honor went to Samsung, whose monthly manufacturing capacity of 3.1 million wafers

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For 40 Years, A Man Convinced People That A Giant Penguin Lived In Florida

Early one morning in 1948, a phone call woke up the police chief in the small town of Clearwater, Florida. The caller said he’d seen something strange at the beach.

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Andy Murray beaten by Illya Marchenko in ATP Challenger final

Andy Murray, the top seed, lost in straight sets against Illya Marchenko in the final of the ATP Challenger Tour tournament in Biella. The former world No 1, who had

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Asthma may heighten flu risk and cause dangerous mutations

A subtype of asthma in adults may cause higher susceptibility to influenza and could result in dangerous flu mutations. University of Queensland-led animal studies have found that paucigranulocytic asthma (PGA)

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Bitcoin approaches $50,000, wider adoption fuels record rally

Bitcoin hit a new record high and approached $50,000 on Sunday, building on its record rally as Wall Street and Main Street increasingly adopt the world’s biggest cryptocurrency. Bitcoin recently

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Microsoft’s new testing program helps devs make their games more accessible

What just happened? Microsoft has updated its Xbox Accessibility Guidelines to make it easier for developers to comprehend and adhere to. While at it, Redmond also decided to launch a

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Volunteers Rescue Thousands Of Sea Turtles From Texas Freeze

Volunteers have saved thousands of “cold-stunned” sea turtles near South Padre Island in Texas after a record-breaking winter storm brought freezing temperatures to the region. Thousands of stunned turtles have

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Rafael Nadal into Australian Open quarter-finals with win over Fognini

One week into the Australian Open, Rafael Nadal has experienced as many injury-related emotions as some tennis players do in an entire season. He has been through the frustration of

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Gentle stroll on treadmill helps prevent liver cancer

Regular gentle exercise could play a role in reversing liver damage that can lead to cancer, suggests a new study. Scientists at Newcastle University showed that aerobic exercise in mice

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Artisan Partners to meet Danone board members next week

U.S. investment company Artisan Partners, which is putting pressure on France’s Danone to shake up its management amid criticism over weak returns, will meet several of its board members next

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