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  1. Anyone who has travelled across multiple time zones and suffered jet lag will understand just how powerful our biological clocks are. In fact, every cell in the human body has its own molecular clock, which is capable of generating a daily rise and fall in the number of many proteins the body produces over a 24-hour cycle. The brain contains a master clock that keeps the rest of the body in sync, using light signals from the eyes to keep in time with environment. Plants have similar circadian rhythms that help them tell the time of day, preparing plants for…

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  2. Google’s gotten a lot of grief for its messaging strategy, and rightly so. While Facebook and Apple have seen their messaging platforms become indispensable to users and businesses alike, Google has launched a litany of apps whose pithy names (Buzz, Wave, Allo, Hangouts, and the list goes on) couldn’t save them from the dustbin of chat history.  But lately it seems like the search giant has got its messaging groove back.  Getting to RC-yes  By now you’re probably familiar with RCS, the new telecom standard that’s supposed to rescue old fashioned text messaging from the flip-phone era. RCS stands for…

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  3. Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. The days when your phone had a single camera on it are gone. Nowadays, it’s common to have several of them on the rear of a device, or, if you’re Nokia, many, many more. Thing is… why? What are they all there for? What do they do? Well, we’re here to answer that question. We’ve already looked at a time-of-flight (ToF) camera, but today we’re pondering something else commonly found on the back of your phone:…

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  4. Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! What? Huh? You don’t have a pair of true wireless earbuds? And… what’s that? You own an iPhone too? Damn. Well, you’re in luck, because the latest AirPods are currently on offer. Indeed, rather than paying $160 — like they are on Apple’s own site — you can now get them for a more reasonable $145. Generally, Apple doesn’t reduce even its old products by much, so if you’ve been on a hunt for a pair of the newest AirPods, this is a pretty good deal.…

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  5. Since you’ll likely be crafting PowerPoint presentations wherever you’re working in 2032, you might as well be up to speed now with the training in the Essential Microsoft Office 2019 Bundle. It’s extra attractive since you can get it for any price you want to pay.

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