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Ethanol-infused fuel can cause problems, but don’t expect it to disappear

Ethanol-infused fuel can cause problems, but don’t expect it to disappear Finally, the report also expresses concerns about the effect of ethanol on the lubrication system of a two-stroke marine engine.Simply put, don’t store your small engines with ethanol fuel in their tanks.

/k/ in New Vegas, NCR edition

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Kaspersky Lab report says 2016 saw a threefold increase in mobile malware

It looks like mobile malware is on the rise.Well, for starters, there were three times as many malware installations in 2016 as in 2015 and a total of 8.

No, wearables aren't dead, although Fitbit could use a boost

No, wearables aren't dead, although Fitbit could use a boost With the downfall of Pebble late last year, it looked like the wearables market could be in trouble.9 percent year over year, according to the latest data from analytics firm IDC.

How the Arab Spring began.

How the Arab Spring began. IE' i View Reply Original ReportQuoted By: ::Mow this guy unintentionally destroy ed the Arab WorldAnonymous Gun 12 Feb 2017 : 15: 52 Reportpng.jpgGoogle limb do ' average blokeAnonymous Sun 12 Feb 2017 10: 33: 33.

Antimicrobials may do more harm than good, report suggests

Antimicrobials may do more harm than good, report suggests A new report suggests that the “antimicrobial” ingredients found in everything from soaps to countertops, may not actually help keep us healthy.An antimicrobial is any agent that kills or inhibits the growth of microorganisms like bacteria.

Samsung executive confirms plans to move appliance manufacturing to the U.S.

Samsung executive confirms plans to move appliance manufacturing to the U.S. According to a new report from the Korea Herald, the South Korean tech giant is looking into relocating its manufacturing facilities for home appliances to the U.A senior Samsung official confirmed the previously reported rumors on Thursday, which would bring the home appliances division north out of its current location in Mexico.

Reality-bending headset shipments could reach 100 million by 2021

Reality-bending headset shipments could reach 100 million by 2021 The number of augmented and virtual reality headsets shipped out to stores around the world could total as many as 100 million by 2021, according to new research from the International Data Corporation (IDC).This comes from an expected compound growth rate in shipments of almost 60 percent year-on-year from now until then.

Trump gets a dog

Trump gets a dog attemps family picks out a dogimmediate smear campaign begins against the canineMSNBC receives "leaked" report that the dog has barked at a black persinElizabeth Warren demands special investigation to leek intj) dqgs racist histeryCCNN headline reads "Trumps Deg aggressive towards blacks, says report (and whatelse don' t we know?)"Adiane (i( Feinstein))) accuses dog of ties to RussiaLeals) d dossier" claiming that dog came from a Russian breeder with ties to Putinarticle: 23 reasons why trumps new deg is literally the mast problematicanimal to ever be in the White House (like seriiously)spontaneous" mass protests appear in mastor cities against trumps racist dogTucker Carlson interviews Hanbun Scoreboard, leader of a "grassroots" activistgroup called "Resist Racist Dogs"federal judge rules that all dogs suspected of racism must be put down immediatelyIf I were trump I wouldnt try getting a dog either.

Cybersecurity can’t rely on artificial intelligence too much, report says

Cybersecurity can’t rely on artificial intelligence too much, report says The report from security firm Carbon Black, which surveyed 410 cybersecurity researchers and 74 percent said that AI-driven security solutions are flawed, citing “high false-positive rates”, while 70 percent claimed attackers can bypass machine learning techniques.More: A new report from Nokia warns infected smartphones are more common than thought Among these new threats are non-malware attacks or fileless attacks.

ANA Come to Report

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Report suggests Sony is developing a 150-megapixel backlit sensor

Report suggests Sony is developing a 150-megapixel backlit sensor A report recently released by the company’s imaging sensor division, Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation, includes a roadmap that has the company releasing 150-megapixel backlit sensors in 2018.More: This 2-millimeter sensor could bring cameras to the smallest smartwatches The sensor roadmap already includes a frontlit 100-megapixel sensor called the IMX211 already inside the Phase One XF.

These cities are totally slaying the solar power game

These cities are totally slaying the solar power game A new report found the country has made some serious solar strides in 2016, particularly in 20 cities across the country.America's "shining cities" helped the country attain 42,000 megawatts of solar energy capacity by the end of 2016 — enough energy to power 8.

Apple wants your applause for a mining goal without a plan

Apple wants your applause for a mining goal without a plan Lisa Jackson, the company's vice president of environment, policy, and social initiatives, told Vice that company officials are a bit "nervous" because they don't have a plan, either.Some of this seems fine — the goal, after all, is admirable, as it sets a higher target than Apple's competitors.