A new study finds Zoom fatigue hits women harder than men

A new study finds Zoom fatigue hits women harder than men

Researchers at Stanford University conducted the first large-scale study that examined the full extent of a phenomenon known as Zoom fatigue. Zoom is a common video conferencing platform used by businesses around the world. Zoom has been increasingly used during the pandemic as people have been forced to work from home instead of the office as we did in the past.

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Nissan reveals the Nissan GT-R NISMO Special Edition with 600 horsepower

Nissan reveals the Nissan GT-R NISMO Special Edition with 600 horsepower

Nissan has revealed a new version of the iconic GT-R sports car at an event in Yokohama, Japan. The new car is called the GT-R NISMO Special Edition. It comes with an exclusive Stealth Gray exterior color only available on NISMO models, along with 20-inch Rays forged aluminum alloy wheels with red accents exclusive to the Special Edition. The car also has a clear-coated carbon fiber hood, and for the first time, the GT-R has the new Nissan logo on the trunk lid and wheel center caps.

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Indian jumping ants shrink their brains to become queen but can grow them back

Indian jumping ants shrink their brains to become queen but can grow them back

When it comes to ants, some are very small, like the fire ants that plague the Southern US, and some are quite large. One of the larger varieties of ant is the Indian jumping ant that is about an inch long. As the name suggests, the ants inhabit India's floodplains and can jump about four inches into the air and capture and kill prey about twice its size. The ants also have an incredible ability to adjust the size of their brains.

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Boeing’s Starliner capsule may not carry astronauts into space until next year

Boeing’s Starliner capsule may not carry astronauts into space until next year

Boeing has been evaluating a new target launch date for its next Starliner mission over the last several weeks. The next test flight for the Starliner capsule won't have crew aboard. The mission will launch aboard an Atlas V rocket and dock with the ISS, spending about a week on the orbiting space station before returning to Earth. This test flight is expected to happen in July or early August, but no official date has been announced.

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan offers a bespoke Recreation Module in the trunk

Rolls-Royce Cullinan offers a bespoke Recreation Module in the trunk

Without a doubt, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is one of the most luxurious and opulent SUVs on the planet. It's also practical with loads of space for passengers and cargo. But with the luxury brand's new Recreation Module, the Cullinan is made more functional with nifty storage spaces for whatever tickles your fancy.

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LG Electronics and Magna International tie-up is reportedly close to an Apple Car deal

LG Electronics and Magna International tie-up is reportedly close to an Apple Car deal

One of the most interesting rumors that has come out of Cupertino in the last several years has nothing to do with smartphones or computers. The most interesting rumor swirling around having to do with Apple is the long-rumored Apple EVr. The EV was first rumored years ago, and subsequent rumors claimed the project was dead, but it appears to be at a more advanced stage at this point.

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Ford BlueCruise hands-free driver assistance goes on an epic road trip

Ford BlueCruise hands-free driver assistance goes on an epic road trip

Ford is readying its hands-free driver assistance system for the latest F-150 and Mustang Mach-E, rebranding it as Ford BlueCruise ahead of an OTA release later in 2021. Announced last year as Ford Active Drive Assist, the system is officially Level 2 on the autonomy scale, meaning while it can handle lane-keeping and maintain pace with traffic on certain roads, the driver is still required to pay attention.

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Sony Xperia 5 III packs impressive photography capabilities and audiophile sound

Sony Xperia 5 III packs impressive photography capabilities and audiophile sound

Sony unveiled a trio of new smartphones today, and one of the offerings is the Xperia 5 III. It's almost identical in features to the Sony Xperia 1 III that we mentioned earlier this morning. One of the smartphone's big highlight features is the variable telephoto lens paired with a dual PD sensor. The smartphone offers object tracking in photography mode.

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The Sony Xperia 1 III has a telephoto lens like no other phone

The Sony Xperia 1 III has a telephoto lens like no other phone

Sony has revealed its latest Android flagship smartphone, and the Sony Xperia 1 III 5G continues the company's push to make photography its biggest selling point. Tapping features previously only offered on Sony Alpha cameras, along with a 6.5-inch 120Hz 4K OLED 21:9 display, the Xperia 1 III also introduces the world's first variable optical telephoto lens.

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Canon EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera to get eye control AF

Canon EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera to get eye control AF

Despite predictions and analyses, the camera market has survived the onslaught of smartphones and, in some areas, continues to thrive even. DSLRs and mirrorless ILCs (Interchangeable Lens Cameras) still have their place, especially among professionals and enthusiasts who prefer a dedicated tool to get the job done right. It is to the latter crowd that Canon is revealing the EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera, promising "high-level basic functionality", at least when it does finally come to market.

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Google Home won’t ring you anymore if your phone isn’t home

Google Home won’t ring you anymore if your phone isn’t home

We call some products "smart" mostly due to the abilities they have that sometimes go beyond our own skills, at least when it comes to getting information from the Internet. There are times, however, when smart assistants and smart devices don't actually behave that smartly, like things we take for granted because of human behavior or common sense. It is only recently, for example, that these smart speakers and displays have started to adjust their behavior depending on whether there's anyone around in the first place, like ringing them only when you're around to actually answer a call.

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Android 12 leak reveals features yet to come

Android 12 leak reveals features yet to come

It's still a few months before Android's next major update gets locked for new features and we're still waiting for the third developer preview to land. That doesn't mean that development is stagnating, of course, just that there's still a lot of things cooking in Google's kitchen. Many of these are still unavailable for the public to see but, fortunately, there are a few leaked builds that give us a bigger picture of what to expect from Android 12 later this year.

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