Day: September 10, 2020

Samsung’s new Trio pad wirelessly charges 3 gadgets at once

Samsung has revealed a new triple charging pad, with the Wireless Charger Trio aiming to keep not only only your phone but your accessories topped up more easily. The sleek desk charger may not be quite as clever as Apple’s AirPower promised to be, but the difference is Samsung is actually going to ship its version.

Rather than allowing you to position your devices anywhere you like atop the Wireless Charger Trio’s surface, there are delineated positions for each to sit on. The man surface as room for two items – such as your phone and a set of wireless earbuds in their charging case, like the Galaxy Buds Live for example.

On the right, meanwhile, there’s a slight dimple in the charging surface, which is intended for a smartwatch to sit in place. Obviously Samsung would prefer it if you used that for the latest Galaxy Watch 3. Three

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Cause, effect and the need to test for COVID-19 | Marsha Mercer

Marsha Mercer

Marsha Mercer

A wise editor of mine used to say, “Wet streets don’t cause rain.”

John’s point, of course, was not to confuse cause and effect. I’ve thought about his warning often since President Donald Trump began his counter-narrative about coronavirus testing.

As the number of positive cases of COVID-19 soared this summer, Trump repeatedly blamed the tests for causing the cases.

Testing “makes us look bad,” he tweeted in June.

At the Tulsa rally a few days later, he said, “I said to my people, ‘Slow the testing down, please.’”

His aides tried to pass that remark off as a joke, but Trump said, “I don’t kid.”

“Cases, Cases, Cases! If we didn’t test so much and so successfully, we would have very few cases,” he tweeted in July.

And, he told reporters, “When you test you create cases.”

That’s all wrong. Pregnancy tests don’t create babies.

Not only

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Dwarf planet Ceres is an ocean world

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Scientists considered Pluto to be a planet when it was discovered, but it later became the first dwarf planet. It’s not the closest one to Earth, though. Ceres is a dwarf planet and the largest object in the Great Asteroid Belt, and it has a new distinction today: ocean world. The latest data from NASA’s Dawn mission proves the almost-planet has a vast repository of salty water hiding below its surface. That makes it a possible home for life in the solar system. 

NASA’s ion engine-powered Dawn spacecraft visited Ceres in 2018, getting as close as 22 miles (35 kilometers) from the surface. Images from Dawn’s approach stirred interest when they showed several bright spots in the 57-mile (92 kilometers) Occator Crater. The entire planetoid is only 590 miles (950 km) in diameter, so this crater is quite prominent. 

Researchers working on the Dawn mission used geomorphology and topographical data

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Thrive Honored for Providing the Best Internet Marketing Services in Arlington, TX – Press Release

Thrive Internet Marketing Agency has been recognized for providing quality services to businesses. Distinguished by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing companies in the US for the fourth consecutive year and ranked top 1000 B2B Services Providers by, Thrive has a good standing in the business world with a proven record of client satisfaction. Thrive Agency’s mission is to help businesses grow.

Arlington, TX – September 5, 2020 – The agency’s mission also permeates the community.  Thrive gives back is an internal initiative to helpvarious small businesses and entrepreneurs beyond American borders through a non-profit organization named Kiva in West Africa. 

Thrive is the primary donor for the Thrive Community Hall’s construction — a two-story building that will provide retail business space and a large event venue — aiming to generate revenue for The Evangelical College of Theology (TECT) in Sierra Leone, Africa.

This is an

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