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Hello Network, the new #socialnetworking app from Orkut founder, let’s you focus your interests. https://bit.ly/2LZcmGj
#orkut #worklabs #technews #latestapps
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The new look was created by the design firm Baron & Baron, whose founder, Fabien Baron, is known for this kind of compressed, overlapping spacing, and also created much of the visual imagery for Zara’s newly launched marketing campaign. Baron has helped design the typography for a wide range of fashion brands, from Dior to Coach to Bottega Veneta.

Zara’s new look conjures up the heritage and weightiness of these brands with its heavy, all-caps logo, which perhaps signals something about Zara’s ambitions to carve out a place among these luxury fashion houses. Still, Zara’s logo is far squatter and crammed together than Baron’s other designs. https://bit.ly/2LZcmGj

#zara #technews #worklabs #techfacts
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These days expressing an opinion online doesn't seem worth the resulting vitriol.

With trolls descending the comment section and #socialmedia threads to hurl hate speech and harassment, turning potentially enlightening discussions into ad attacks.

Jigsaw is trying to find a middle ground, formerly known as Google ideas.

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Reboot the application #snapchat in your mind!
The disappearing messaging feature will soon be home to snaps that don't actually disappear.

The company is considering a plan that would make public snaps visible for permanent tenure. The report which cites "People familiar with the matter," claims Snap is considering non - disappearing content as a way to bolster its partnership with publishers and potentially claim more ad revenue.
Presumably non- public stories, posts, and private messages would be unaffected and still disappear as they normally would.
Phew...

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Makar Sankranti marks the first day of sun's transit into the Makara, marking the end of the month with the winter solstice and the start of longer days.

Worklabs wish you all #HappyMakarSankranti

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MIT researchers are now 3D-printing glass

While the thought of a machine that can squirt out endless ropes of molten glass is a bit frightening, the folks at #MIT have just about perfected the process. In a paper published in #3DPrinting and Additive Manufacturing, researchers Chikara Inamura, Michael Stern, Daniel Lizardo, Peter Houk, and Neri Oxman describe a system for 3D printing glass that offers far more control over the hot material and the final product.

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#Worklabs #Worklabstech #3DPrinting #MIT #NewTechnology #Research #Techupdates
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x86 is a micro-architecture created by Intel that has been around since 1978. It powers most laptops, and more than likely powers the one you’re using right now. It’s considered powerful, effective, and reliable… until a few months ago.

A short history of leaks and exploits found in the x86 micro-architecture found in 2018 alone:
- Meltdown,
- Spectre,
- SMT/Hyper threading found to be a security threat.

Seems like a small amount, right? No. These 3 flaws are some of the most major ones found in recent history that effect almost all laptop, desktop and server cores. While fixes have been implemented for the first two, the major drawback is performance hits of up to 15%. Soon after Spectre and Meltdown were fixed, SMT/Hyper Threading has been shown to make Speculative Execution Flaws on both Intel and AMD CPUs’ worse. x86, with it’s old and cluttered instruction set, is starting to show it’s age and it’s inability to do what it once could.

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The first one starts to make sense when you look at manual typewriters. If someone typed too fast, the keys would jam. QWERTY placed common alphabets at a distance from each other and slowed typists down.

Another theory is that telegraph operators designed the #QWERTY layout because it was easier (and faster) to decipher Morse code.

Either way, there was no reason to keep using the layout, but it stuck and there was resistance to change. You can actually change your keyboard layout to the faster Dvorak layout in the language settings (or just buy a new Dvorak keyboard).
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That's where the bots — Essentially computer programs come in. The bots (like ClueBot-NG) keep a track of all changes made to any page and instantly revert back to the 'correct' version if a vandal decides to change things. About 1,941 bots are authorized for use on the 38,818,162 #Wikipedia pages at last count.

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The True Legendary duo of Tech world:

#Amazon, founder: Jeff Bezos
#Apple, founder: Steve Jobs
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