There's a simple reason people aren't buying iPhones like they used to (AAPL) – Business Insider

  1. There’s a simple reason people aren’t buying iPhones like they used to (AAPL)  Business Insider
  2. More Bad News From Apple As iPhone XR Price Slashed  Forbes
  3. Apple Begins Selling iPhone XR Clear Case, Costs $39 in United States  MacRumors
  4. Cirrus Is In For Stormy Weather  Seeking Alpha
  5. Apple has to hold this key level for it to be a buy, says technician  CNBC
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Google's cheap and super-simple cellphone service will now work with iPhones – CNBC

  1. Google’s cheap and super-simple cellphone service will now work with iPhones  CNBC
  2. Project Fi is now Google Fi, and it will work with iPhones and most Android devices  The Verge
  3. Here’s How Much Money You Could Save by Switching to Google Fi  WonderHowTo
  4. Google Fi Now Works With iPhones—But Its Coolest Feature Is Missing  Gizmodo
  5. Google will reportedly open Project Fi to iPhone, Samsung, and OnePlus this week  The Verge
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Give Your Old GameCube Controllers Wireless Superpowers With This Simple Switch Adapter

  1. Give Your Old GameCube Controllers Wireless Superpowers With This Simple Switch Adapter  Gizmodo
  2. 8Bitdo’s GBros. links your wired GameCube controller and your Switch  Engadget
  3. The 8BitDo GBros. Lets You Wirelessly Connect Your Battered GameCube Controller To Switch  Nintendo Life
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Tuesday's Hot Clicks: Brees Had a Simple But Powerful Lesson for His Kids After Breaking Record

  1. Tuesday’s Hot Clicks: Brees Had a Simple But Powerful Lesson for His Kids After Breaking Record  Sports Illustrated
  2. Drew Brees’s Shortcut to Breaking Peyton Manning’s Passing Record  Wall Street Journal
  3. New Orleans Saints on Twitter: “PSA: message from Peyton Manning… “  Twitter
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Wi-Fi Alliance Makes Things Simple With Wi-Fi 6, Formerly Known As 802.11ax

  1. Wi-Fi Alliance Makes Things Simple With Wi-Fi 6, Formerly Known As 802.11ax  Tech Times
  2. Wi-Fi Version Names Are Getting a Lot Easier to Understand  PCMag
  3. Wi-Fi Alliance Simplifies Wi-Fi Naming Scheme With Upcoming ‘Wi-Fi 6’ Release  Mac Rumors
  4. Wi-Fi 6 | Wi-Fi Alliance  Wi-Fi Alliance
  5. Wi-Fi now has version numbers, and Wi-Fi 6 comes out next year  The Verge
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Facebook data breach: 4 simple steps to stay safer right now

  1. Facebook data breach: 4 simple steps to stay safer right now  Fast Company
  2. Amy Iverson: What to do after Facebook’s massive security breach  Deseret News
  3. Comment: Why there is no escape from the Facebook data vortex  Independent.ie
  4. Facebook’s 50 million account breach is already its biggest ever — and may get even worse  USA TODAY
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Simple but effective: Spontaneous synthesis of homogenous polymer networks

Researchers have developed a spontaneous polymer network synthesis that allowed for the preparation of gels containing narrow molecular weight distribution polymers. The gel networks showed swelling properties that were responsive to temperature and solvent concentration. The reported process demonstrates the potential for facile preparation of high quality materials that exhibit the full range of polymer gel properties, including sustained release, stimuli responsiveness, and molecular sieving, amongst others.
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Red or yellow? A simple paper test detects false or substandard antibiotics

A laboratory is putting chemistry to work on a simple, inexpensive way to identify falsified or substandard antibiotics, offering a practical solution to a very real problem. The researchers have created a paper-based test that can quickly determine whether an antibiotic sample is appropriate strength, or diluted with filler substances like baking soda. Similar to the mechanism of a home pregnancy test, a strip of paper turns a distinctive color if a falsified antibiotic is present.
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