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Swipe left, swipe right: The advent of Tinder 11 years ago revolutionized online dating and made it mainstream. Many users, though, find the apps frustrating, and they can even harm people's mental health.
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Japan's space agency, JAXA, successfully launched its next-generation H3 rocket into orbit after facing some initial setbacks.
Seaweed grown at a large scale could help reduce up to 2.6 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year and is super low maintenance. They also help to reduce ocean acidification that is caused by increased CO2 in the atmosphere and decreases the pH of the ocean.
The Digital Services Act sets out effective means for all actors in the online ecosystem to counter illegal content, but also illegal goods and services: Users are empowered to report illegal content in an easy and effective way.
A veteran satellite is to make an uncontrolled descent to Earth this week after almost three decades in orbit. But the European Space Agency says debris from the ERS-2 is highly unlikely to hit anyone.
Doctors in the U.S. are struggling to contend with burnout, staffing shortages and overwhelming administrative workloads, according to a new survey. Despite these challenges, 83% of doctors in the survey said they believe AI could eventually help. More than 1,000 doctors were surveyed between Oct. 23 and Nov. 8 in the study, commissioned by Athenahealth.
One of the standout features of TikTok's algorithm is its emphasis on content relevance over creator popularity. This means that even if you're new to TikTok, your content can still get significant visibility if it resonates with users.
45-year-old Nigerian standup comedy star Basketmouth made a stop in Berlin on his European tour to thrill the crowd with his socio-political commentary on a range of topics — including his country's ongoing currency crisis.
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Media reports on Tuesday said that tech giant Apple was pulling the plug on its "special projects group", which was developing the brand's own electric vehicle.
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The decision by West Africa's regional bloc ECOWAS to reverse key sanctions on military-ruled Niger has been welcomed by analysts inside and outside the country. But how will it affect ordinary Nigeriens?
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Election will see candidates compete for a seat in the 290-member parliament. New members of Iran's Assembly of Experts will also be elected.
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The US, Japan and South Korea have concluded their trilateral summit at Camp David with a security pact and a pledge to step up economic cooperation. The meeting took place against the backdrop of North Korea's missile program and China's maritime claims in the South China Sea.
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