Google will roll out an update to Pixel 3 to fix memory management issues 'in the coming weeks'

  1. Google will roll out an update to Pixel 3 to fix memory management issues ‘in the coming weeks’  9to5Google
  2. Google Plans to Fix Pixel 3’s Sh*tty Memory Management in “Coming Weeks”  Droid Life
  3. The Pixel 3 should have had face unlock as an example for OEMs to follow  Android Central
  4. Pixel 3 vs. OnePlus 6T: Which Android should you get?  CNET
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Intel Announces 48-Core Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs With 12 Memory Channels

  1. Intel Announces 48-Core Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs With 12 Memory Channels  ExtremeTech
  2. Intel Goes For 48-Cores: Cascade-AP with Multi-Chip Package Coming Soon  AnandTech
  3. Intel announces Cascade Lake Xeons: 48 cores and 12-channel memory per socket  Ars Technica
  4. Intel launches Xeon E-2100 series, previews Cascade Lake  VentureBeat
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Intel announces Cascade Lake Xeons: 48 cores and 12-channel memory per socket

  1. Intel announces Cascade Lake Xeons: 48 cores and 12-channel memory per socket  Ars Technica
  2. Intel announces new Xeon chips, the Cascade Lake AP and Xeon E-2100  ZDNet
  3. Intel peddles latest Xeon CPUs – Cascade Lake AP and E-series – to head off epyc AMD mygrayne  The Register
  4. Intel launches Xeon E-2100 series, previews Cascade Lake  VentureBeat
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Pixel 3, 3 XL Encounter Memory Management and Photo Saving Issues, Google Responds to Poor Audio Quality Reports

  1. Pixel 3, 3 XL Encounter Memory Management and Photo Saving Issues, Google Responds to Poor Audio Quality Reports  NDTV
  2. Pixel 3’s memory management seems to be a bit problematic  Android Community
  3. Pixel 3 XL review: Flawless camera, great Android experience  The New Indian Express
  4. Google Pixel 3 suffers from an embarrassment of issues at launch, users complain  Firstpost
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'Seared into my memory': Christine Blasey Ford's opening statement to the Senate, annotated

  1. ‘Seared into my memory’: Christine Blasey Ford’s opening statement to the Senate, annotated  Washington Post
  2. Fact-checking internet rumors about Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford  PolitiFact
  3. Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Is a Detailed Account of Brett Kavanaugh’s Alleged Assault  Glamour
  4. Sen. Feinstein, Clean Up Your Mess  Wall Street Journal
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'A lobotomy of the Brazilian memory': Devastating fire destroys Rio's National Museum

  1. ‘A lobotomy of the Brazilian memory’: Devastating fire destroys Rio’s National Museum  Washington Post
  2. Inferno at Brazil’s National Museum causes ‘irreparable’ damage and grief  CNN
  3. Brazil museum fire: Funding cuts blamed as icon is gutted  BBC News
  4. Millions of treasures from Brazil’s past went up in flames. The country’s future is at risk, too.  Slate Magazine
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Samsung Responds To Galaxy Note 9 Rumors, Confirms Memory Bump

  1. Samsung Responds To Galaxy Note 9 Rumors, Confirms Memory Bump  Android Headlines
  2. Why you should be excited about the Galaxy Note 9 even if you don’t plan to buy it  BGR
  3. Watch the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch event: Live Aug 9 at 11:00 am ET!  Android Central
  4. Fortnite decision to bypass the Google Play store sparks security concerns for teen gamers  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Fortnite Android App Release Date, Beta Invites, and More: What the Leaks and Headlines Say  NDTV
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The big picture: Mouse memory cells are about experience, not place

When it comes to memory, it’s more than just ‘location, location, location.’ New research suggests that the brain doesn’t store all memories in ‘place cells,’ the main type of neuron in the hippocampus, a structure crucial for navigation and memory. Instead, memories seem to be powered by a subset of hippocampal cells that have little to do with location and more with context or episodes.
Source: Science Daily

Scientists uncover new connection between smell and memory

Neurobiologists have identified a mechanism that allows the brain to recreate vivid sensory experiences from memory, shedding light on how sensory-rich memories are created and stored in our brains. Using smell as a model, the findings offer a novel perspective on how the senses are represented in memory, and could explain why the loss of the ability to smell has become recognized as an early symptom of Alzheimer’s disease.
Source: Science Daily