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10 Study Tips to Learn Languages

It’s not easy to learn a new language, but there are many ways in which you can trick your brain so that you can learn faster without having to make as much of an effort. Neuroscientists have found some brain hacks with which you can learn a language pretty fast, …

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IBM has a problem with Google’s Open Usage Commons

Enlarge / Nobody from IBM is proposing any lawsuits over Google’s addition of Istio to its new Open Usage Commons foundation. But they’re not happy about it. This Wednesday, Google announced a new open source initiative—the Open Usage Commons, a sort of stewardship project for open source trademarks. The move …

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Amazon delays New World MMO until spring 2021

Take the latest VB Survey to share how your company is implementing AI today. Amazon’s foray into PC games is off to a rocky start in 2020. The company said today it is delaying its New World massively multiplayer online game until the spring of 2021, based on feedback it’s …

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The Untapped Opportunities in Real Estate Automation

Real estate technology, or proptech, is one of the industries that has produced the most unicorns in the last few years. Historically, however, the real estate industry has been among the lowest spenders by sector on technology. Despite being slow to adopt new technologies, real estate contributes 13% of US …

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CERN has discovered a very charming particle

Enlarge / Particle tracks from the LHCb detector. The quark model was an intellectual revolution for physics. Physicists were faced with an ever-growing zoo of unstable particles that didn’t seem to have a role in the Universe around us. Quarks explained all that through an (at least superficially) simple set …

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