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Pixel 6 Pro is the flagship I've wanted from Google — Here's why I'm still worried

Last fall, I wrote about how the Pixel 5 made me wish Google would make a flagship phone. Lo and behold, I'm finally getting my wish. Google officially announced the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro yesterday in a surprise press release and tweet thread. While the company is holding many important specs for the official launch later this fall, we know enough to say that these are true flagship phones.
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Tech for sending lab samples used by 3,000 hospitals at risk for hacking

A technology used by more than 3,000 hospitals across the globe for delivering medications, blood and other lab samples is at a significant risk of being hacked, CyberScoop reported Aug. 3. Researchers from Armis, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based security vendor, discovered nine critical vulnerabilities that allow for a complete hijacking...
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Leonardo marks 50th anniversary of A109’s maiden flight

Estimated reading time 3 minutes, 25 seconds. Leonardo is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its A109 helicopter, an iconic product which represented a revolution in the life of the company. The type enabled Italy to become one of the world’s only nations with an OEM capable of autonomous design, development, manufacturing of helicopters, which became highly successful in both national and export markets.
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Kaizen and Nexus FrontierTech partner on client risk assessment software

The firms say the artificial intelligence software will “provide an efficient and cost-effective way for companies to perform risk assessments on both individuals and corporations” in an area that is often labour-intensive and time-consuming. They add the software also provide companies with “automated workflows with built-in audit trails to keep...
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Reduced Gummi Ship Cost

This mod will reduce the building cost for all gummi ship parts. All parts will now be below 20CP. Hopefully this will allow for more creativity when building. This mod will reduce the building cost for all gummi ship parts. All parts will now be below 20CP. Hopefully this will allow for more creativity when building.
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Outbreak: Endless Nightmares Boasts Overhauled 1st/3rd-Person Views, Faster Loading Better Graphics Across All Supported Platforms

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – Aug. 3, 2021 – Outbreak: Endless Nightmares developer Dead Drop Studios has a small hit on its hands with almost three times more sales at launch than any Outbreak titles in the past! And thanks to the community, the studio was able to overhaul all major game systems immediately after launch—making Outbreak: Endless Nightmares the most polished Outbreak title yet.
Coding & Programmingproandroiddev.com

Kotlin Serialization — on the backend

Continuing on our journey from the article “The first steps on your Kotlin Multiplatform journey — changing your microservices” that I wrote last year, I wanted to give an update on our progress and share some learnings. We were never really sure about our strategy to share our API models with our clients would really work not because it was a bad idea but because we knew it would be difficult to get buy in from our API developers.
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Microsoft Vet Eric Martorano Leaves Nextiva Leadership Team

Eric Martorano is no longer part of the Nextiva leadership team. Nextiva confirmed he is no longer the company’s chief revenue officer. As a member of the Nextiva leadership team, Martorano was responsible for the company’s global revenue strategy and go-to-market initiatives. “After a long and successful year at Nextiva,...
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India’s Infra.Market valued at $2.5B in Tiger Global-led $125M funding

Tiger Global, which led the startup’s Series C round in February this year, has led the $125 million Series D financing round in the five-year-old startup. The new round valued Mumbai-headquartered Infra.Market at $2.5 billion (post-money), up from $1 billion in February and $200 million in December last year. The startup, which counts Nexus, Foundamental and Accel Partners among its investors, has raised about $275 million to date.
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