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Open data from the Large Hadron Collider sparks new discovery

  Last week, a group from MIT published a post in Physical Review Letters that utilized data in the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS), among the LHC’s major detectors, to describe a characteristic within high-energy chemical collisions. When protons collide at very substantial rates, they discharge jets of quarks and gluons. …

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GM will have 20 electric car models on the road by 2023

The company also introduced the SURUS (Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure) a fuel cell electric heavy-duty truck with four-wheel steering. The vehicle is part of GM’s plan to introduce fuel-cell vehicles to its lineup in addition to plug-in electric vehicles and hybrids. Reuss said both EV and fuel-cell vehicles will …

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Ring launches its own DIY home security system

The base Ring Protect bundle starts at $199 and includes a base station, keypad, a contact sensor (for a window or a door), a motion detector and a range extender. Presumably, you will be able to buy more sensors and keypads to add onto your system, but Ring doesn’t have …

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Dating app Bumble launches Bizz for professional networking

This isn’t LinkedIn, though. While the app does have some surface similarities — verified photos, a skills section, digital resumes and work examples — it’s intended for networking and mentoring only, Bumble insisted to The Verge. It’s not meant for job searching and recruiting. That being said, Bumble is intent …

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