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How to send inline replies in Messages on an iPhone

You can send inline replies in the Messages app on your iPhone if you have iOS 14 and you’re messaging iMessage users. Replying inline makes it easier to carry on multiple conversation threads within the same chat. To reply inline, tap and hold a message until the pop-up menu appears, …

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Big Tech’s Professional Opponents Strike at Google

Months before the Justice Department filed a landmark antitrust suit against Google this week, the internet company’s adversaries hustled behind the scenes to lay the groundwork for a case. Nonprofits critical of corporate power warned lawmakers that Google illegally boxed out rivals. With mounds of documents, economists and antitrust scholars …

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How the ‘Diabolical’ Beetle Survives Being Run Over by a Car

The field of entomology is built on the humble pin: Biologists venture into grasslands and forests, scoop up insects, euthanize them, and pin them onto the trays that make up natural history collections in museums and universities, thus immortalizing the specimens for future scientists to examine. But the diabolical ironclad …

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The DOJ antitrust lawsuit against Google, explained

After a 14-month investigation, the United States government filed a landmark lawsuit against Google on Tuesday, arguing that the search giant used unfair practices to preserve its search and search advertising monopoly. The Department of Justice and 11 states filed the lawsuit against Google in a federal court, accusing Google …

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MIT CSAIL’s AI revives dead languages it hasn’t seen before

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) claim to have developed a system that can decipher a lost language without needing knowledge of its relation to other languages. They say it’s a step toward a system that’s able to decipher lost languages using just a few thousand …

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The DoJ says Google monopolizes search. Here’s how.

The creation and maintenance of such a search index would require an “upfront investment of billions of dollars,” the lawsuit alleges, and hundreds of million dollars in maintenance costs per year, effectively shutting out smaller competitors from entering the market.  Its alleged monopolization of search also amplifies its ability to …

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GravityRAT malware, known for checking the CPU temperature of Windows PCs to detect virtual machines or sandboxes, now also targets Android and macOS devices (Sergiu Gatlan/BleepingComputer)

Sergiu Gatlan / BleepingComputer: GravityRAT malware, known for checking the CPU temperature of Windows PCs to detect virtual machines or sandboxes, now also targets Android and macOS devices  —  GravityRAT, a malware strain known for checking the CPU temperature of Windows computers to detect virtual machines or sandboxes … Source …

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