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Technology and Gadget News Around the World. Most of these articles are reappeared on this blog trough automation content creation.

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Aug

Bill Gates thinks these 3 coronavirus drugs ‘could cut the death rate dramatically’

There’s no coronavirus cure yet, but there are a few therapies that can improve a COVID-19 infection, hasten recovery, and even save lives. Bill Gates thinks three types of drugs “could cut the death rate dramatically” in the coming months, well before vaccines are ready for widespread use. Antivirals, corticosteroids, and monoclonal antibodies, as well as a combination thereof, could save many more lives in the near future. He may not be a doctor or…

05
Aug

Elon Musk thinks ‘China rocks’ because the US has too many entitled, spoiled brats

Elon Musk has never been one to shy away from controversial remarks about everything from the coronavirus pandemic to President Trump. In a new interview, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO lamented that there’s too much “entitlement” in the US, while also raving that “China rocks.” Musk made the remarks about China during Automotive News’ “Daily Drive” podcast. This might seem like an odd time for a high-profile American industrialist to be praising China, but while Elon…

05
Aug

Science proves that microwaves suck at almost everything

Scientists have conclusively proven that microwaves suck, while also solving a major issue that comes with heating liquids in the microwave. A special glass with a silver ring can heat liquids more evenly in a microwave, the researchers say. There’s still no solution to evenly heating leftover burritos.  Microwaves are one of those modern conveniences that everyone uses but that nobody is particularly fond of. I mean let’s be real here, you know that heating…

05
Aug

If you read one doctor’s interview about the coronavirus pandemic, make it this one

Dr. Larry Brilliant, the epidemiologist who helped the World Health Organization eradicate smallpox, sat down with USA Today for a coronavirus update. He says the US has a “bad and rocky ride” ahead of it relative to the coronavirus, but that in the long-term it’s “not all doom and gloom.” Read on for his explanation of what needs to happen next to address the coronavirus pandemic in the US. Dr. Larry Brilliant is an epidemiologist…

05
Aug

Feared dead, man emerges from woods five years after going missing

A man in England is very much alive after spending five years in the woods while police searched for his body and killer. The man was hiding out of fear of exploitation, police now say, and they are investigating. Five years after he disappeared, he created a new Facebook account, leading police down a path that ended when they found him hiding out. Normally, when a guy goes missing for five years, a happy ending…