Apple Watch business to grow 40% YOY in 2019 with 33M units shipped, UBS predicts

  1. Apple Watch business to grow 40% YOY in 2019 with 33M units shipped, UBS predicts  9to5Mac
  2. Apple halts watchOS 5.1 update after it bricks new Apple Watch Series 4 devices  ZDNet
  3. Apple pulls new watchOS 5.1 update  Cult of Mac
  4. not sure if bricked s4 with 5.1 : AppleWatch – Reddit  Reddit
  5. Apple pulls WatchOS 5.1 update after it bricked some Apple Watches  TechCrunch
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Tesla is 'headed for the graveyard,' predicts former GM exec Bob Lutz

  1. Tesla is ‘headed for the graveyard,’ predicts former GM exec Bob Lutz  CNBC
  2. Tesla says DOJ asked for documents after Elon Musk’s ‘funding secured’ tweet about taking the company private  Business Insider
  3. Thai Cave Diver Sues Elon Musk For Defamation  Wall Street Journal
  4. Elon Musk sued by British hero of Thai cave rescue for branding him a ‘pedo’  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Elon Musk makes bizarre ‘End of life as we know it’ claim  Fox News
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Algorithm accurately predicts how electromagnetic waves and magnetic materials interact

Engineers have developed a new tool to model how magnetic materials, which are used in smartphones and other communications devices, interact with incoming radio signals that carry data. It accurately predicts these interactions down to the nanometer scales required to build state-of-the-art communications technologies.
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A Wild Rumor of a Samsung Folding Smartphone Predicts a 7.3" Display when Opened with an Additional Front Display

  1. A Wild Rumor of a Samsung Folding Smartphone Predicts a 7.3″ Display when Opened with an Additional Front Display  Patently Apple
  2. Shape-shifting is the future of smartphones  The Week Magazine
  3. Most Desired iPhone 9 Feature: Longer Battery Life  PCMag
  4. Finding Apple’s next big success in an ever-changing market  The Australian
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Age, race or need for instant gratification — which best predicts how much you will earn?

Traditional statistics have allowed researchers to understand which things — like education, occupation and gender — predict how much a person will earn. Now, in the first study of its kind, researchers have used machine learning to rank the importance of these factors, finding that a person’s ability to delay immediate gratification is among the best predictors of affluence.
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PS5 Release Date in 2019, Analyst Predicts – PlayStation 5 Spec Rumors and Price – Definitive PS5 Guide

  1. PS5 Release Date in 2019, Analyst Predicts – PlayStation 5 Spec Rumors and Price – Definitive PS5 Guide  USgamer
  2. Sony boss dismisses Fortnite cross-play controversy: ‘PlayStation is the best place to play’  The Verge
  3. Sony Won’t Allow Fortnite Cross-Play Because “PlayStation Is The Best Place To Play”  Nintendo Life
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'Les is history at CBS,' veteran media analyst predicts

  1. ‘Les is history at CBS,’ veteran media analyst predicts  CNBC
  2. CBS board leaves CEO Leslie Moonves in place as it launches sexual misconduct investigation  Washington Post
  3. Julie Chen adamantly defends husband, CBS CEO Les Moonves, on “The Talk”  CBS News
  4. Les Moonves and CBS Face Allegations of Sexual Misconduct  The New Yorker
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Trump predicts 'terrific' GDP growth in Granite City speech, claims US 'winning' the trade wars

  1. Trump predicts ‘terrific’ GDP growth in Granite City speech, claims US ‘winning’ the trade wars  Fox News
  2. The Latest: Trump laments decades of US trade policy  KIRO Seattle
  3. WATCH LIVE: Trump talks trade in Granite City, Illinois  PBS NewsHour
  4. Trump in Illinois Thursday: Soybeans, Granite City steel and ‘fake news’  Chicago Sun-Times
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Computer model predicts how fracturing metallic glass releases energy at the atomic level

Metallic glasses are an exciting research target, but the difficulties associated with predicting how much energy these materials release when they fracture is slowing down development of metallic glass-based products. Recently, researchers developed a way of simulating to the atomic level how metallic glasses behave as they fracture. This modeling technique could improve computer-aided materials design and help researchers determine the properties of metallic glasses.
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