In the short video, one group of penguins bounces energetically downhill, probably going to the sea to fish, said Klemens Pütz, scientific director of the Antarctic Research Trust in Bremervörde, Germany. The mix-up happens when the penguins encounter and briefly mingle with a second group hopping in the opposite direction, likely returning from the ocean and heading back to the breeding colony, Pütz told Live Science. … [Read more...] about Adorable ‘confused penguin’ charms the internet: What really happened?
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Weebly was first set up with the intention of making it easy to set up a portfolio of work online, and those origins stand it in good stead today, even as it has broadened its horizons to become more of a general website builder. If you don't mind a Weebly subdomain, some ads on your site, and a limit of 500MB storage, you can actually use it for free. … [Read more...] about Best portfolio website builders of 2021
Apple introduced Privacy Labels with iOS 14 update making it mandatory for developers to clearly state their privacy policies. Privacy Labels feature is Apple’s way of making iPhone users understand how their personal information may be used. These Labels became mandatory starting December 8, 2020, which means that all app developers pushing an update to their iOS app after December 8 need to publish Privacy Labels first. (Screenshot of Google Photos app page on App Store) It was recently noticed that Google had updated its popular apps like Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, YouTube, Google Maps and others on or before December 7. The move is apparently being seen to avoid filling out privacy labels for any of these apps. Around January 6, when this got reported by several tech media platforms globally, Google promised to roll out Privacy Labels within a week to comply with Apple’s new privacy rules. (Screenshot of Google Maps app page on App Store) However, weeks … [Read more...] about Google still to follow Apple’s new privacy rules, weeks after promising to do so
"Registering for a rally means you've RSVPed with a cell phone number and we constantly weed out bogus numbers, as we did with tens of thousands at the Tulsa rally, in calculating our possible attendee pool," Parscale said in a statement. "These phony ticket requests never factor into our thinking. … [Read more...] about TikTok users, K-Pop fans say they sabotaged Trump rally
I mentioned that the EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid had problems on my Macbook, so for those poor souls like me who play games on Macs sometimes, here's the issue. The Macbook technically recognizes the earbuds using the dongle in a USB-C slot but doesn't let you adjust the volume with them. Instead, the volume is entirely dependant on the application or web page, which meant I was deafened when I first tried listening to Disney Plus. Whenever I went to a new page or opened up a Steam game, I had to preemptively take out my earbuds, find the volume controls, and turn the page down to about 20% volume before it was safe to put them back in. … [Read more...] about EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid Earbuds review: Gaming earbuds that free your ears