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Researchers Used CT Scan to “Digitally Unwrap” a Mummy; Here’s What They Found!

A team of academics has “digitally unwrapped” the mummy of Egyptian King Amenhotep I using computer tomography (CT) scanning technology. The researchers from Cairo University used CT scans to investigate the mummy’s internals and revealed some previously unknown details. This is what was revealed. CT Scan Used to Unwrap a Mummy! Dr. Sahar Saleem, the …

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Telegram’s Latest v8.4 Update Brings About So Much Fun

Telegram is bringing in the new year with a feature-rich update. Version 8.4 brings a slew of new features, including iMessage-like message reactions, spoilers layout style (first shown earlier this week), in-app translation, and more. Take a peek at all of the Telegram’s new features. Telegram Is Here With New Features Users will be able …

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Samsung Is Working on a Unique ‘Fold and Slide’ Smartphone, Reveals Patent

Samsung appears to want to explore more inventive foldable phone designs after establishing itself as a major participant in the foldable smartphone market. According to a recent patent filing, the company now aims to produce a smartphone that can roll and fold at the same time. The Samsung ‘Fold and Slide’ smartphone will look and …

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Facebook Is Making Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Mandatory for Some Users

For users whose accounts are at high risk of being hacked, Facebook is anticipated to make two-factor authentication (2FA) obligatory soon. This move is part of Facebook Protect, an enhanced security strategy targeted at safeguarding those who are vulnerable to security threats. Facebook Makes 2FA Mandatory For High Risk Accounts That means that accounts with …

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Apple Computer Hand-Built By Steve Jobs May Fetch Up To $600,000 At Auction

Los Angeles, California: On Tuesday, an original Apple computer developed by firm founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak 45 years ago will be auctioned in the United States. At an auction in California, the working Apple-1, the great-great-grandfather of today’s elegant chrome-and-glass Macbooks, is estimated to cost up to $600,000. The “Chaffey College” Apple-1 is …

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