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@POTUS & @EsperDoD speak to reporters at the departure of the @USNSComfort."

U.S. Dept of Defense: "LIVE: @POTUS & @EsperDoD speak to reporters at the departure of the @USNSComfort.". -. -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

President @realDonaldTrump sends off #USNSComfort to #NYC via @RSBNetwork"

Diamond and Silk: "Watch LIVE: President @realDonaldTrump sends off #USNSComfort to #NYC via @RSBNetwork" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

WaPo Reporter Apologizes For Misquoting Trump's Comments On Coronavirus

Washington Post reporter Amber Phillips has apologized to President Trump after misreporting comments the president made during a recent campaign rally on the coronavirus. Covering the president’s rally, the Washington Examiner reports Phillips misquoted the president and claimed he called the COVID-19 a “hoax.”. But, Trump never called the global pandemic a hoax, but Democrats’ decision to politicize it and mainstream media’s subsequent ... Full story

Tiny newly discovered spider looks like Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night

The purple and yellow colors displayed on the peacock spider Maratus constellatus make it look like Vincent van Gogh's famous painting Starry Night. Looking for spiders might not be high on everyone's to-do list right now, but thanks to citizen scientists and an Australian arachnologist, seven new colorful species of the teeny-tiny peacock spider have recently been discovered. One spider even resembles a famous Vincent van Gogh painting. "Meet ... Full story

COVID-19 Lockdowns Cause Drastic Dip in Air Pollution

COVID-19 Lockdowns Cause Drastic Dip in Air Pollution. While it’s difficult to find silver linings to the COVID-19 lockdowns that have been instituted across the globe, there is one upside that’s so pronounced we can see it clearly from space: a monumental dip in global air pollution caused by the world economy coming to a virtual standstill. And not only does that likely mean better air quality for many, it also means an opportunity to do some ... Full story

Hamilton is bringing back the original digital wristwatch with an OLED twist

Hamilton is bringing back the original digital watch with the PSR , a 50th anniversary tribute to the company’s legendary Pulsar Time Computer — the first commercially sold digital watch, which was released to massive hype in 1972. (The watch was first announced in 1970, hence the anniversary release this year.). Displaying the time not through a mechanical mechanism but rather an LED display that lit up when a button on the side was pressed, ... Full story

Telecoms are sneaking ‘stay home’ messages onto customers’ smartphones

Some mobile phone operators, including Vodafone and Orange S.A., have started inserting coronavirus-related public health suggestions to stay indoors onto customers’ smartphones in recent days, using the small snippet of text that typically accompanies the connection signal symbols in the top left of a phone screen. According to social media consultant Matt Navarra, who began posting and retweeting examples to his Twitter account on Tuesday ... Full story

Rent the Runway lays off all retail employees due to coronavirus uncertainty

Rent the Runway, a popular clothing rental brand, laid off its entire retail staff via Zoom yesterday. The company, which primarily operates online, has brick and mortar locations in California, New York, Chicago, and Washington DC. All stores are currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the company is not sure when or if they will be able to reopen. During a Zoom meeting with retail staff, a company executive said the business has ... Full story

Have coronavirus and can't smell? Harvard scientists explain why

NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) - The coronavirus is capable of attacking key cells in the nose, which may explain the unusual finding that some Covid-19 sufferers lose their ability to smell and taste , Harvard Medical School researchers found. Their study of human and mice genomic data found certain cells at the back of the nose harbour the distinctly shaped proteins that the coronavirus targets to invade the body. Infection of these cells could ... Full story

AI snitches on Brits who won't stay home during coronavirus pandemic

The decision to place the UK on a police-enforced lockdown couldn’t have come sooner, new AI analysis of traffic footage has revealed. Until last night, Brits had been merely been advised to avoid “non-essential” travel. Not many of them were listening, according to research by Vivacity Labs , a startup that makes camera-based traffic sensors. Researchers checked if more people were staying at home by comparing road usage last week with the ... Full story