Author: John Spears

"Infuriatingly humble tv expert. Friendly student. Travel fanatic. Bacon fan. Unable to type with boxing gloves on."

Discover what the stars have in store for you today based on your zodiac sign. Whether you’re an Aries or a Pisces, your horoscope can provide valuable insights into what the day may hold for you. In order to have a successful day, it’s important to focus on your fitness and health. By taking care of your body, you’ll be better equipped to tackle whatever challenges come your way. Additionally, managing your finances carefully is essential to avoid overspending and financial stress. Be on the lookout for potential romantic opportunities today. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, love may…

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Nvidia Announces Ray Tracing Support for Diablo 4 Nvidia has recently announced that Diablo 4 will be receiving ray tracing support on March 26th, enhancing the game’s visuals with lifelike lighting, reflections, and shadows. The addition of ray traced reflections will improve the appearance of armor and water in the game, making it even more visually stunning for players. In addition to ray tracing, Nvidia’s DLSS 3 supersampling technology will be exclusive to GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards in Diablo 4. While specific performance details have not been revealed, Nvidia has showcased improved frame rates when ray tracing and…

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A Rare and Spectacular Sight: The “Devil Comet” 12P/Pons-Brooks Amateur astronomers are abuzz with excitement as a stunning green comet, known as 12P/Pons-Brooks or the “devil comet,” has started to make its appearance in the night sky. Larger than Mount Everest, this celestial wonder is only visible from Earth once every 71 years, making this a truly rare opportunity for skygazers. The comet is predicted to become even more visible in the coming weeks, possibly making an appearance during the upcoming solar eclipse on April 8. To catch a glimpse of this cosmic phenomenon, experts suggest heading to the countryside…

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In a whirlwind of activity, the NFL free agency has kicked off with several high-profile signings. Russell Wilson has announced that he will be joining the Pittsburgh Steelers on a one-year deal, shaking up the quarterback landscape in the league. The Houston Texans have made a splash by signing standout pass rusher Danielle Hunter to a two-year, $49 million deal, bolstering their defense. Meanwhile, Saquon Barkley has agreed to a three-year, $46.75 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles, adding firepower to their rushing attack. Kirk Cousins has found a new home with the Atlanta Falcons, signing a four-year, $180 million…

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A recent discovery has turned the astronomy world upside down, with seismic signals previously linked to a meteor crash from outside our solar system actually being caused by a truck driving down the road. Dr. Avi Loeb, a renowned theoretical astrophysicist at Harvard, had claimed to have found debris from a meteorite that fell near Papua New Guinea in 2014. Using seismic data, Loeb pinpointed what he believed to be the crash site of the meteor. He suggested that the meteor may have originated from outside our solar system, a theory that garnered support from the U.S. Space Force. However,…

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Title: Google Pixel 9 to Introduce Adaptive Touch Feature for Improved Touch Sensitivity The touch sensitivity of a phone is crucial for a smooth user experience, as it determines how well the screen reacts to touches. Factors such as wet fingers or screen protectors can affect touch sensitivity, leading to frustration for users. However, there may be a solution on the horizon with the upcoming Google Pixel 9. According to reports, the Google Pixel 9 may introduce an “Adaptive Touch” feature that adjusts touch sensitivity automatically. This feature was found in the Android 14 QPR3 Beta 1 release and is…

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Former Colorado Forensic Scientist Accused of Manipulating DNA Test Results in Hundreds of Cases Yvonne “Missy” Woods, a former forensic scientist with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI), is under investigation for allegedly manipulating or omitting DNA test results in over 600 cases during her nearly three-decade career. An internal review by the CBI revealed that Woods’ handling of DNA testing data between 2008 and 2023 impacted 652 cases, with some results found to be incomplete. The agency has now launched a review of Woods’ work from 1994 to 2008, and a criminal investigation into her conduct is ongoing. Woods…

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A United Airlines flight en route to Mexico City from San Francisco International Airport was forced to make an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday. The incident was due to a reported hydraulics issue on flight United 821, carrying 110 individuals, including five crew members. Thankfully, the aircraft landed safely at LAX, and all passengers were able to deplane without any injuries. United Airlines provided a new aircraft for customers to continue their journey to Mexico City. The Los Angeles City Fire Department was on standby at the airport as a precaution, although their services were not…

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The Chicago Department of Public Health is currently working to prevent the spread of measles in the city, following the confirmation of two cases since the start of 2019. One of the confirmed cases was a child residing at the city’s largest migrant shelter located in Pilsen. Concerns have been raised about the well-being of migrants at the shelter, with reports of overcrowded conditions. In response to these reports, volunteers such as Maria Perez from the Southwest Collective have been delivering essential supplies like diapers and hygiene kits to migrants at the shelter. Dr. Jennifer Grant, a health official, has…

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OpenAI Responds to Elon Musk Lawsuit With Focus on Openness and Accessibility In a recent blog post titled “OpenAI and Elon Musk,” OpenAI addressed the lawsuit filed by Musk against the organization. The lawsuit accuses OpenAI of deviating from its original nonprofit mission and breaching its founding agreement. Musk, who co-founded OpenAI and provided funding, is no longer involved with the company. Archived emails from Musk suggest that he supported moving away from open source practices in the company’s pursuit of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). This shift has led to criticism of OpenAI for producing proprietary AI models without open…

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