Chili’s data breach: Your ribs could’ve come with a side of credit card theft – CNET

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Google Drive is now ‘Google One.’ What’s the difference? – CNET

“Extra benefits to help you get more out of Google,” that’s what.

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Google’s smart jacket can now call an Uber (or Lyft) – CNET

Remember Project Jacquard? A new update adds some extra features to your Levi’s smart jacket.

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LG spreads ThinQ smarts to all of its 2018 dishwashers – CNET

You’ll be able to control your dishwashers with an app or with your voice through Alexa and Google Assistant.

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Why Google makes Android phone notches now – CNET

Because, why notch?

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How bacteria guide electron flow for efficient energy generation

Biochemists have isolated a protein supercomplex from a bacterial membrane that, like a battery, generates a voltage across the bacterial membrane. The voltage is used to make ATP, a key energy currency of life. The new findings will inform future efforts to obtain the atomic structures of large membrane protein supercomplexes.

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How a pinch of salt can improve battery performance

Researchers have discovered how a pinch of salt can be used to drastically improve the performance of batteries.

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New quantum probability rule offers novel perspective of wave function collapse – Phys.Org

Phys.OrgNew quantum probability rule offers novel perspective of wave function collapsePhys.OrgAlthough in classical scenarios it's possible to assign joint probabilities to consecutive events using conditioning, in quantum scenarios this is not possible since each measurement necessarily disturbs the system. So in quantum mechanics, the state …

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A micro-thermometer to record tiny temperature changes

Scientists have developed a micrometer-wide thermometer that is sensitive to heat generated by optical and electron beams, and can measure small and rapid temperature changes in real time. This new device can be used to explore heat transport on the micro- and nano-scales, and in optical microscopy and synchrotron radiation experiments.

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Eating too much salt? Mouth sensor can track intake new

Nine out of 10 Americans eat too much sodium according to the American Heart Association, but nanotechnology might be able to help people track how much salt they consume on a daily basis. Georgia Institute of Technology researcher Woon-Hong Yeo believes his salt sensing device can be developed to monitor biomarkers in saliva that reflect the presence of various diseases such as cancer.

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