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OnePlus Nord 2 is now receiving the stable update to Android 12

We’re used to seeing newer smartphones receiving big Android updates before their predecessors, but OnePlus went an entirely different way with the Nord line. The original Nord got its Android 12 update about a couple of weeks ago, while its successor, the Nord 2, is only starting to receive it now, after having gone through a couple of Open Betas. The first one of those was ... Read More »

Buick unveils sleek new Wildcat car concept to shake off stodgy image and reinvent the brand for EVs

Buick Wildcat concept Buick DETROIT — General Motors on Wednesday unveiled the Buick Wildcat, a new concept car designed to signal a revolutionary change for the brand, as it moves to offer only electric vehicles in North America by the end of this decade. The car reflects the future design and technological directions of the 119-year-old brand, including a significantly redesigned logo ... Read More »

Twitter’s Parag Agrawal after firing top execs: ‘Expect more change for the better’

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal has a put out a series of tweets explaining why he chose to fire two top executives at the company, stating that he would not avoid making difficult discussions about the company just because the social network was being acquired by Elon Musk. Agrawal fired Kayvon Beykpour, who was head of Twitter Product and Bruce Falck, lead ... Read More »

The Role of Google, Facebook, and Yelp Reviews in the Era of Healthcare Consumerism

Patient reviews can make or break a business in this era of healthcare consumerism and online reputations. And they’re here to stay. More than 94% of healthcare patients use online reviews as the first step in researching physicians and hospitals. They’re also the third most crucial driver in consumers’ decision to select a new healthcare provider after insurance acceptance and location. That’s why a solid strategy for ... Read More »

Blogging as a tool for the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge in health sciences: a preliminary evaluation

Abstract Tools for online collaboration are becoming increasingly prevalent in recent years. Certain characteristics of these tools encourage this proliferation: they are easy to use, always available, allow knowledge to be built collaboratively and disseminated quickly through social networks, and are usually free of charge. In this context, blogs are becoming increasingly important in the field of health as digital ... Read More »

3D printing: the future of food production?

3D printing is becoming more and more popular. We are now able to print things such as clothing, prosthetic limbs, musical instruments and prototype cars. People and businesses are able to create the things they need very quickly and easily using 3D printers. But can you imagine printing food? Some scientists are trying to revolutionise the dining experience by doing ... Read More »

Free Yourself From the High Cost of Data Transfer Fees

Data should be easy to move around. So why is doing so shockingly expensive? Some think that hyperscale providers are predatory for levying hefty transfer charges. Considering it takes an incomprehensible amount of bandwidth to transport information back and forth between platforms all across the world, it’s not that unreasonable – also, they do provide a way to lower these fees significantly.. ... Read More »

A 7-Day Guide For Tummy Fat Loss With The Perfect Diet Plan

Losing your tummy fat is a challenging task, as belly fat is stubborn and you don’t lose it as easily as the rest of the fat in your body. Doing workouts daily is not enough to get rid of undesirable belly fat. You need to follow a proper weight loss diet plan and make modifications to your diet with the ... Read More »

USF research team receives NSF grant to study the public’s understanding of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity

A University of South Florida (USF) research team was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the public’s understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and to teach people how to identify deceptive uses of these technologies online. The project, titled “Faking It: Facilitating Public Awareness of Cybersecurity Issues in AI,” will explore new approaches to AI, ... Read More »

The Top 10 PBL & STEM Education News Articles of 2021

2021 has been another challenging year for educators, but through those challenges, inspiration, and dedication prevailed. Below are the top ten most inspiring and educational articles that were written on Project-Based Learning (PBL) and STEM education this year.  Topics range from PBL best practices to social-emotional learning, and equity in STEM education. These articles support Defined’s mission of assisting students ... Read More »