Google Chrome now consumes more memory due to a new Spectre fix

  1. Google Chrome now consumes more memory due to a new Spectre fix  Digital Trends
  2. Chrome gobbles much more RAM due to Google’s ‘Site Isolation’ protection for Spectre CPU flaws  PCWorld
  3. Google Chrome prevents sites from launching Spectre-like attacks  Engadget
  4. Google Online Security Blog: Mitigating Spectre with Site Isolation in Chrome  Google Security Blog
  5. Spectre Mitigation Increases Chrome Memory Usage, Google Says  Thurrott.com (blog)
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In memory of Neymar lying on the ground at the World Cup

In memory of Neymar lying on the ground at the World CupBrazil’s Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior has become a highlight of the 2018 World Cup — not for his skills, but for his time spent lying on the pitch. A study released this week revealed that Neymar has spent an impressive 14 minutes on the ground during the 2018 World Cup. His dramatic falls, slips, fouls, and spills have prompted countless memes, and have even inspired children to act out his most ridiculous moments. SEE ALSO: Neymar’s World Cup dive gives us the top-notch memes we’ve been waiting for In celebration of Neymar’s moments spent lying on the ground instead of playing, wasting away the world’s time, we have compiled some photos for your viewing pleasure. Brazil may be out of the competition, but at least we’ll always have these photos.   Image: NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/Getty Images Image: TATYANA ZENKOVICH/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Image: Francisco Seco/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Kieran McManus/BPI/REX/Shutterstock Image: Getty Images Image: TATYANA ZENKOVICH/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Image: Kieran McManus/BPI/REX/Shutterstock Image: Andre Penner/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Frank Augstein/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Sergei Grits/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Ekaterina Lyzlova/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Frank Augstein/AP/REX/Shutterstock Image: Thanassis Stavrakis/AP/REX/Shutterstock WATCH: Neymar’s World Cup ‘injury’ gives us the top-notch memes we’ve been waiting for


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Explorers, shattered by Lesandro murder, vow to recover, push on in his memory

  1. Explorers, shattered by Lesandro murder, vow to recover, push on in his memory  New York Daily News
  2. Gang that stabbed 15-year-old to death also attacked 2nd teen, police say  fox5sandiego.com
  3. Teen’s ‘Mistaken Identity’ Machete Killing Was Tied to Sex Tape Involving Attacker’s Relative: Source  PEOPLE.com
  4. Bronx Mourns Teenager Killed in Vicious Attack  New York Times
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How Duchess Meghan Is Giving Princess Diana's Memory New Life

  1. How Duchess Meghan Is Giving Princess Diana’s Memory New Life  Us Weekly
  2. Meghan Markle Crossed Her Legs In Front Of The Queen And Twitter Had A Lot To Say About It  ELLE.com
  3. How Meghan Markle’s First Year as a Royal Will Compare with Kate Middleton’s  TownandCountrymag.com
  4. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Irish itinerary: What they’re doing, and how you can do it too  Independent.ie
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Virtual brain gives insights into memory deficits in depression

During a depressive episode the ability of the brain to form new brain cells is reduced. Scientists examined how this affects the memory with a computational model. It was previously known that people in an acute depressive episode were less likely to remember current events. The computational model however suggests that older memories were affected as well. How long the memory deficits reach back depends on how long the depressive episode lasts.
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Waves move across the human brain to support memory

Engineers have discovered a new fundamental feature of brain oscillations: they actually move rhythmically across the brain, reflecting patterns of neuronal activity that propagate across the cortex. The researchers also found that the traveling waves moved more reliably when subjects performed well while performing a working memory task, indicating traveling waves are important for memory and cognition: the waves play a significant role in supporting brain connectivity.
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David Spade Shared Photos Of Kate Spade In Memory Of His Sister-In-Law

  1. David Spade Shared Photos Of Kate Spade In Memory Of His Sister-In-Law  BuzzFeed News
  2. ‘Yes people’ kept Kate Spade from getting bipolar help, sister says  Page Six
  3. What’s In A Name? For Kate Spade, It Was Everything Until It Was Nothing  Refinery29
  4. The media coverage of Kate Spade’s death was frankly unacceptable  The Independent
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