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Zuckerberg: Apple and Meta in a “deep philosophical competition” – Ars Technica

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Meta and Apple are entering a period of “very deep philosophical competition” that will determine the future of the Internet, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg comments Obtained by The Verge. Both Apple and Meta plan to invest heavily in mixed reality over the next decade, but they have diametrically opposed visions of …

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The word ZERO-DAY is hidden in a screen full of ones and zeros.

0 days sold by Austrian company used to hack Windows users, says Microsoft – Ars Technica

On Wednesday, Microsoft said the Austrian-based company named DSIRF I used several operating systems Windows and Adobe Reader without days to hack organizations located in Europe and Central America. Many news outlets have published articles such as thiswho was cited Marketing materials and other evidence linking DSIRF to Subzero, a malicious toolkit for “automated extraction …

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On the left is an optical image showing the Cygnus X-1 marked with a red square.  On the right is an artist's view of a black hole's outer layers pulling material from the companion star and forming an accretion disk.

Astronomers have found a particularly deceptive black hole – Ars Technica

VFTS 243 is a binary system consisting of a large, hot blue star and a black hole orbiting each other, as seen in this animation. There is always something new and exciting happening in the field of black hole research. Albert Einstein published his book for the first time explaining General theory of relativity– which …

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The James Webb Space Telescope continues to deliver on its promises of discovering early galaxies.

One week later, astronomers found a galaxy deeper in time – Ars Technica

Zoom / The James Webb Space Telescope continues to deliver on its promises of discovering early galaxies. NASA The data from the Webb Space Telescope has only gotten into the hands of astronomers over the past few weeks, but they’ve been waiting for this for years, and it looks like the analyzes are in place. …

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