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automakers face a threat to ev sales: slow charging times

If the auto industry is to succeed in its bet that electric vehicles will soon dominate the roads, it will need to overcome a big reason why many people are still avoiding them: fear of running out of juice between Point A and Point B. Automakers have sought to quell those concerns by developing EVs that go farther per charge and fill up faster. Problem is, most public charging stations now fill cars much too slowly, requiring hours — not minutes — to provide enough electricity for an extended trip. Concerned that such prolonged waits could turn away potential EV buyers and keep them stuck on gas-burning vehicles, automakers are trying to cut charging times to something close to the five or 10 minutes of a conventional gasoline fill-up. “It’s absolutely the target…

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global war on ransomware? hurdles hinder the us response

Foreign keyboard criminals with scant fear of repercussions have paralyzed U.S. schools and hospitals, leaked highly sensitive police files, triggered fuel shortages and, most recently, threatened global food supply chains. The escalating havoc caused by ransomware gangs raises an obvious question: Why has the United States, believed to have the world’s greatest cyber capabilities, looked so powerless to protect its citizens from these kind of criminals operating with near impunity out of Russia and allied countries? The answer is that there are numerous technological, legal and diplomatic hurdles to going after ransomware gangs. Until recently, it just hasn’t been a high priority for the U.S. government. That has changed as the problem has grown well beyond an economic nuisance. President Joe Biden intends to confront Russia’s leader, Vladimir Putin, about Moscow’s harboring of…

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top 10 tv shows

STOP AND THROW THE ROSESTHE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY, SEASON 13 1701THE BACHELORETTE, SEASON 17 SEXUAL HEELINGBELOW DECK SAILING YACHT, SEASON 2 DEATH BEGINS IN RADIOLOGYNEW AMSTERDAM, SEASON 3 SUTTON’S GOTTA GIVETHE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS, SEASON 11 SERIES FINALE - PART 2POSE, SEASON 3 LOYAL SUBJEKTSSUPERMAN & LOIS, SEASON 1 THE TRUTH SHALL SEXT YOU FREESHAHS OF SUNSET, SEASON 9 THE END, PT. 1KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS, SEASON 20 GOOD-BYE VIBRATIONS THE FLASH, SEASON 7…

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ios 15: connect, focus, explore, and do more

After making some significant leaps forward with iOS and iPadOS in 2020, it was only right that this year’s updates would be more understated, but it didn’t stop Apple from announcing some exciting new additions to its popular operating systems. From SharePlay and an Apple Maps overhaul to an all-new Weather app, attractive notifications, and iPad enhancements. LEAPING FURTHER FORWARD ON iOS As Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering took to the virtual stage at this year’s WWDC 2021, it was clear that he and his team had worked to develop exciting new features for the iPhone and iPad in what has been one of the most challenging years on record. Apple staff continue to work from home, though are expected to return to the office soon , and…

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florida teacher emerges as tik tok star, eyes hollywood

In the jargon of the internet, Casey Hamilton is chaotic good. He is the human embodiment of “dance like no one’s watching,” with a disarming wholesomeness bred in his native Plant City. The 25-year-old dresses like a flamboyant 9-year-old with a credit card and no parental supervision, and makes it look good, right down to his trademark pink Crocs festooned with Jibbitz, the little cartoon charactershaped charms he adds to the rubber shoes’ ventilation holes. Hamilton is actually a lot like a pair of Crocs: comforting, immediately funny, utterly unpretentious, and actually pretty great if you can get over yourself. His TikTok account, @mrhamilton, has 5.6 million followers, and a lot of energy. He does voices. Maybe a spot-on Plankton from SpongeBob SquarePants, or the “how it feels to chew 5 gum” guy talking…

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carbon dioxide levels hit 50% higher than preindustrial time

The annual peak of global heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air has reached another dangerous milestone: 50% higher than when the industrial age began. And the average rate of increase is faster than ever, scientists reported this week. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the average carbon dioxide level for May was 419.13 parts per million. That’s 1.82 parts per million higher than May 2020 and 50% higher than the stable pre-industrial levels of 280 parts per million, said NOAA climate scientist Pieter Tans. Carbon dioxide levels peak every May just before plant life in the Northern Hemisphere blossoms, sucking some of that carbon out of the atmosphere and into flowers, leaves, seeds and stems. The reprieve is temporary, though, because emissions of carbon dioxide from burning coal, oil and natural gas…