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When will Apple release watchOS 7 for Apple Watch? - 9to5Mac

Apple officially unveiled watchOS 7 to developers last month at WWDC, detailing new features such as sleep tracking support, facing sharing, and more. While the update is currently available to developers, we’re still a few months away from the general release — but this year, a public beta will also be available to Apple Watch users for the first time. WHAT’S NEW IN WATCHOS 7? watchOS 7 brings additional tools for developers, allowing them to ... Full story

Colliding Black Holes Could Explode in Epic Light Flares | Digital Trends

We know that black holes absorb everything that comes near them, even light, which is one reason why they’re so tricky to research. And dramatic things happen when two black holes collide — not only do these epic collisions give off gravitational waves , but a new theory suggests they may also explode with light. Researchers from the California Institute of Technology spotted a strange flare of light from supermassive black hole J1249+3449 ... Full story

NASA: The Earth is getting hotter Forum

- The Earth has been heating up since the 19th century, according to data from NASA. - Since the year 2000, this trend seems to have accelerated. - 2020 is predicted to be the hottest year on record. - This spike in temperature could have catastrophic consequences for the planet. Data from NASA shows the Earth gradually heating up since the late 19th century. Since the year 2000, this trend seems to have accelerated as shown in the ... Full story

Factbox: Struggling Canadian energy companies deal with debt pressure

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian energy companies have some C$6 billion ($4.42 billion)in refinancing needs this year, the Bank of Canada says. FILE PHOTO: Signs warning of the presence of oil pipelines are seen on a fence at "Refinery Row" outside facilities run by Enbridge, Kinder Morgan and Suncor in Sherwood Park near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo. This year's maturing energy ... Full story

UK PM Johnson to phase out Huawei's 5G role within months - The Telegraph

FILE PHOTO: People are seen in a Huawei shop on a street following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Shanghai, China June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song. (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to begin phasing out the use of Chinese tech giant Huawei’s technology in Britain’s 5G network as soon as this year, The Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday. Officials are drawing up proposals to stop installing new Huawei ... Full story

Finland's air force quietly drops swastika symbol

Image caption The old emblem for the Finnish Air Force Command (left) featured a swastika, but the current emblem of the force does not. It was long a rather surprising choice of imagery for Finland's Air Force Command - a swastika and pair of wings. The symbol will always be intrinsically linked with Nazi Germany and its crimes, even though its roots go back many thousands of years. But now it has been confirmed the Air Force Command has ... Full story

Tesla overtakes Toyota to become world's most valuable car maker

Image caption Tesla's founder Elon Musk. Tesla has become the world's most valuable carmaker, overtaking Japan's Toyota, after its stock hit a record high. Shares in the electric carmaker hit a record $1,134 on Wednesday morning, before falling back, leaving it with a market value of $209.47bn (£165bn). That is roughly $4bn more than Toyota's current stock market value. However, Toyota sold around 30 times more cars last year and its revenues ... Full story

Prehistoric ochre mining operation found in submerged Mexican caves

A diver from Centro Investigador del Sistema Acuifero de Q Roo (CINDAQ A.C.) examines an ochre extraction pit in the mine found in a cave that is now underwater in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, in this undated picture obtained by Reuters on July 2, 2020. CINDAQ.ORG/Handout via REUTERS. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers diving into dark submerged caves on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula have found evidence of an ambitious mining operation starting ... Full story

Suicide car bomber hits checkpoint at Somalia's Mogadishu port

Somali policemen stand at the scene after suicide car bomber drove into a checkpoint outside the port in Mogadishu, Somalia July 4, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar. MOGADISHU (Reuters) - An explosion shook parts of the Somali capital of Mogadishu early on Saturday as a suicide car bomber drove into a checkpoint just outside the port, witnesses said, but police made no immediate comment on casualties. “Metal debris fell all over us inside the port and ... Full story

These Robots Are The Key To Reopening After The Pandemic

The Violet Image from Akara Robotics. Imagine walking into a room wearing an N95 mask, unsure whether the cleaning crew has thoroughly cleaned the next piece of sensitive equipment that you are planning to use. Suddenly, you notice a robot in the room. This robot is moving around you to disinfect the surfaces and the air all around you. It introduces itself as Violet. You have the urge to shake its hand. Instead, it moves to turn its light away ... Full story