Widow Asks Donald Trump Jr. to Stop Using Her Dead Husband's Photo to Spread Conspiracy Theory

  1. Widow Asks Donald Trump Jr. to Stop Using Her Dead Husband’s Photo to Spread Conspiracy Theory  The Root
  2. Something New to Worry About: Hog Feces and Coal Ash  Rolling Stone
  3. In Defense Of The Saffir-Simpson Scale  Forbes
  4. Environmentalists worry that Florence will leave behind a toxic mess in North Carolina  Los Angeles Times
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Apple Using a 'Device Trust Score' to Identify and Prevent Fraud on iTunes and App Stores

  1. Apple Using a ‘Device Trust Score’ to Identify and Prevent Fraud on iTunes and App Stores  Mac Rumors
  2. Here’s how to use multiple timers on the HomePod  CNET
  3. Don’t be afraid to upgrade your old iPhone to iOS 12  Engadget
  4. Apple’s Big iOS 12 Update Is Now Available. Here’s How to Upgrade and What You’ll Get  TIME
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Nintendo Is Using Streaming to Push Games to Switch That It Otherwise Can't Run

  1. Nintendo Is Using Streaming to Push Games to Switch That It Otherwise Can’t Run  ExtremeTech
  2. My Nintendo coins can help you buy Nintendo Switch Online  Polygon
  3. PS4, Xbox One, And Nintendo Switch Deals At Best Buy This Week In The US  GameSpot
  4. Nintendo Switch Online FAQ – Nintendo Switch™ Official site  Nintendo
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eBay's HeadGaze brings hands-free navigation to the iPhone X using ARKit

  1. eBay’s HeadGaze brings hands-free navigation to the iPhone X using ARKit  The Verge
  2. eBay uses iPhone X camera to let people shop with a move of the head  CNET
  3. eBay Builds Tech That Uses iPhone X TrueDepth Camera and ARKit to Navigate Apps With Head Motion  Mac Rumors
  4. GitHub – eBay/HeadGazeLib: A library to empower iOS app control through head gaze without a finger touch  GitHub
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Farewell flat biology: Tackling infectious disease using 3-D tissue engineering

Microbiologists and tissue engineers discuss the development and application of three-dimensional (3-D) tissue culture models as they pertain to infectious disease in a new review. They describe these models as predictive pre-clinical platforms to study host-pathogen interactions, infectious disease mechanisms, and antimicrobial drug development.
Source: Science Daily