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EcoFlow’s DELTA Pro ecosystem: The ideal home battery backup solution for power

Jan 17, 2022

It’s scary when the power goes out, no matter where you live. Things are even worse during a major event like a hurricane or storm. Everything is dark, nothing is powered on, there is no heat, no appliances are working, nothing. You’re never quite sure when the power is going to come back on. It could be minutes, hours, days, or even longer — and very few people are prepared for a long blackout. The longer the outage the more troublesome the experience. It’s a smart move to have a bac ...read more

Analysis: Did Hamilton or Verstappen have the quickest car for their title fight? | F1 statistics

Jan 17, 2022

Read Time:7 Minute, 41 Second After one of their most dominant seasons in 2020, in which they delivered another pair of titles, Mercedes’ domination of the V6 hybrid turbo era faced its greatest challenge yet in the shape of Red Bull last year. Not only did Red Bull catch them, but other teams from the chasing pack occasionally took the fight to them in qualifying, notably Ferrari and McLaren. Normally that would have been surprising, given how much of the 2021 cars were simply adapted ...read more

Tennis icon savages Djokovic 'joke'

Jan 17, 2022

Tennis legend John McEnroe has unleashed on the Australian government for its decision to deport world No.1 Novak Djokovic on the eve of the tournament. McEnroe, a seven-time Grand Slam winner, described the situation as "sad" as he questioned the decision to give Djokovic the boot. "(It's an) absolute joke what's gone on the last 12 days," he told ESPN. "It's sad the way it ended. I watched it play out live. LIVE UPDATES: Australian underdog scores upset breakthrough Open victory AS IT HA ...read more

Shocking! Kohli Quits Test Captaincy After 7 Years

Jan 17, 2022

Last Updated on 15 Jan 2022 10:54 pm (UK Time) Following India’s Test Series defeat to South Africa, Virat Kohli has made a surprising call to stand down as the Test Captain of the India men’s National Team. “There have been many ups and also some downs along the journey, but never has there been a lack of effort or lack of belief,” “I have always believed in giving my 120% in everything I do, and if I can’t do that, I know it’s not the right thing to do’. “I have absol ...read more

Ghosted By A Friend? 5 Steps To Moving On From Toxic Relationships

Jan 17, 2022

I have been through a friendship where 1) I’m not sure it was a real friendship, 2) my awareness and expectations of who this person really was was entirely wrong, 3) I’m not sure if I did anything to bring about her rapid change in tone with me, and 4) I’m sure I was dealing with a person with one or more personality and mood disorders. Let’s call this friend (or should I say “friend”?) Tara. Tara works with me in the same company. She’s a couple years older than me, now in her m ...read more

Manchester City, Chelsea and compete with perfection

Jan 17, 2022

That’s not the only conceptual shift he inspired. When Manchester City entered this season without an acknowledged centre-forward, it was seen not as folly but as a bold, if slightly risky, call; playing with a fluid front three is no longer anathema. The idea that full-backs can switch places with midfielders and serve as playmakers has also been internalized and emulated. He ushered in an era of open-mindedness in which, yes, in fact, maybe goalkeepers could take penalties.Its statis ...read more

Astronomy Jargon 101: Black Holes

Jan 17, 2022

In this series we are exploring the weird and wonderful world of astronomy jargon! You’ll never want to stop learning about today’s topic: black holes! Ah, black holes. Basically the worst things in the universe. Nobody likes them. Nobody wants to be them. Nobody even wants to get close to them. If it weren’t for black holes, the cosmos would be a much brighter place. The German physicist Karl Schwarzschild first discovered black holes in 1916, by total accident. He had discovered a s ...read more

Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Jan. 9, 2022

Jan 17, 2022

Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Jan. 9, 2022. Sign up to receive these updates every Sunday in your inbox by subscribing to our GeekWire Weekly email newsletter. Most popular stories on GeekWire Bill Gates talks COVID cases after Omicron, lack of pandemic preparation, and those ‘chips in arms’ In a new discussion about the COVID-19 pandemic, Bill Gates said Tuesday that we shou ...read more

Moscow court charges 8 alleged REvil ransomware hackers

Jan 17, 2022

Eight people allegedly involved in the REvil ransomware gang were hit with charges by a court in Moscow on Saturday, according to the Russian News Agency (TASS).  The eight were arrested as part of a larger raid by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia on 25 different locations across Moscow, St. Petersburg and Lipetsk on Friday. TASS reported that on Saturday, Moscow's Tverskoi Court charged the men with violating Part 2 of Article 187 of Russi ...read more

NASA raises issue of dwindling astronaut numbers

Jan 17, 2022

By Trevor Mogg January 16, 2022 11:50PM As NASA looks toward expanding its crewed missions with launches to the moon in the next few years and ongoing trips to the International Space Station (ISS), the agency has voiced concerns over a possible lack of astronauts to help fulfill the missions. In a recently published report by NASA’s Office of Inspector General titled “NASA’s Management of its Astronaut Corps,” the agency revealed that after reaching a peak of near ...read more