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Medal of dishonour: why do so many people cheat in online video games? | Games

Fall Guys had only been online for two days when it started. This bright, silly multiplayer game, in which rotund Day-Glo bean people race toward a finishing line avoiding giant tumbling fruit pieces – a sort of digital equivalent of a school sports day, albeit a slightly hallucinogenic one – had tens of thousands of players, but it didn’t seem…

Fry’s Electronics closes, along with their distinctive themed stores – Silicon…

Fry’s Electronics, the one-stop-shop for consumer electronics, has ceased operations permanently. Many of the Fry’s…

All-new Mercedes-Benz C-class makes world premiere, follows in the S-class’…

tech2 News StaffFeb 24, 2021 20:08:48 ISTThe all-new, 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-class has made its world premiere,

Star Trek: Prodigy will debut on Paramount Plus first before heading to…

Paramount Plus is getting another Star Trek show, the company announced at its kickoff event: Star Trek:…

SolarWinds hack was work of ‘at least 1,000 engineers’, tech…

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‘We’re all part of the story’: behind Will Smith’s 14th amendment docuseries | US television

Chances are it is the most influential amendment to the US constitution that you aren’t familiar with. Given its impact, it is astonishing how little the 14th amendment is discussed in public life. Americans can’t rattle it off like the first and second amendments – but its words have fundamentally shaped the modern definition of US citizenship and the principles of equality and freedom entitled to those within the country’s borders.Sitting at the crux of these key ideals, the 14th amendment is cited in more litigation than…

Gavin Williamson says 2021 exam grades will depend on teachers, not algorithms

Gavin Williamson said ministers were putting their trust in teachers to  mark pupils' GCSEs and A-Levels today as he confirmed that no computer algorithms would be used to work our fair grades.The Education Secretary fronted a Government press conference tonight ahead of an announcement tomorrow on how grades will be awarded this summer.Last year's exam results were marred by the use of a controversial computer  programme which downgraded students from deprived areas more than those from posh schools. As children prepare to…

How To Become A Digital Nomad (And Work From Anywhere!)

Digital Nomad in Training… Nomadic Living I’m a digital nomad. This means I can work from anywhere in the world. Here are some tips for how to become a digital nomad and travel long-term if you’d like to give it a try. After 10-years working remotely as a digital nomad, living in foreign countries and traveling around the world while earning income online — I’ve learned a lot about nomadic living. I’ve based myself in places like Mexico, Thailand, Nicaragua, Italy, Spain, and South Africa over the course of my travels. I’ve…

The Secret Life of the White House

Before Inauguration Day, the White House residence staff were already exhausted. For several weeks, many of them had worked sixteen-hour days preparing for the transition—the approximately six-hour-long window between when the Trumps would depart and the Bidens arrive. White House transitions typically demand superhuman effort, but this year’s was among the most physically demanding in recent memory. At risk of falling ill with the coronavirus, staffers worked in close quarters to transform the upstairs rooms of the White…

Hitting the gym ‘WONT make you thin’, claims scientist

Hitting the gym 'WONT make you thin': Exercise doesn't help you lose weight because we burn the same amount of calories every day regardless of lifestyle, claims scientistProfessor Herman Pontzer claims that people should instead focus on diet Research on hunter-gather tribe found they exert same energy as WesternersHe explained active people divert energy to exercise from other functions By Jack Elsom For Mailonline Published: 15:06 EST, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 15:12 EST, 24 February 2021 People

Medal of dishonour: why do so many people cheat in online video games? | Games

Fall Guys had only been online for two days when it started. This bright, silly multiplayer game, in which rotund Day-Glo bean people race toward a finishing line avoiding giant tumbling fruit pieces – a sort of digital equivalent of a school sports day, albeit a slightly hallucinogenic one – had tens of thousands of players, but it didn’t seem like it would attract cheaters. Surely it was too frivolous, too much about the shared joy of slapstick comedy? Yet in they came: players using speed hacks (a type of cheat that…

Khloe Kardashian Roasted for Weird Slenderman Feet Pics: I Swear It’s Not Photoshop!

Fans are all to familiar with the many faces of Khloe Kardashian. Usually, when she's busted doctoring her photos, it's her face or body. This time, Khloe is being just plain weird ... posting grotesquely elongated feet. Is she trying to emulate Slenderman? Some kind of satyr? What's going on? Khloe Kardashian is a beautiful woman, but in this photo, that's not the topic of discussion. Instead, everyone was looking at her feet ... crowding in on the territory of that…

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