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    By Sebastian Quiroz 0 COMMENTS 02/26/2021 10:13 am It seems that one of the biggest problems of the Playstation 5 you will finally have a solution. As you may recall, this console only has 667.2 GB available to the user, which can run out faster than one might think. Fortunately, A new report indicates that this hardware will finally allow us to install external SSD memories. According to Bloomberg, Sony is already working on a firmware update for this summer, which will support the PS5 for more external SSDs., and thus avoid problems that currently plague users. Likewise, this will allow for higher cooling rates. Once the firmware is installed, the report explains, owners should remove the cover from the PS5 and connect an external storage device. Here’s what a Sony representative had to say about it: “As previously announced, we are working to enable...
    Although during the past year one of the segments most affected by the conditions left by the pandemic was advertising, with the promise of a vaccine and with thousands of people seeking to resume the long-awaited new normal, we are talking about an advertising channel that is about to reactivate. In this process, it is vital that the agencies dedicated to the industry are within the 2021 Purchasing Guide. And it is that although the above is not a secret to anyone, the truth is that advertisers need to understand a new environment where a spectacular will not be enough to attract the attention of a consumer who will drastically reduce their time out of each, even when the rules of confinement are more relaxed. In this sense, external media agencies need to reach their potential new clients by reinventing their products and services, an aspect that can be covered...
    Retired US Navy Admiral William McRaven. Charles Dharapak/AP Images Retired US Navy Adm. William McRaven said Tuesday that Russia is the greatest external security threat to the US. McRaven, a former Navy SEAL and special operations commander, said Putin has outplayed the US. He praised Biden for efforts early in his presidency to press Putin on US national interests. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Retired Adm. William McRaven argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin has outplayed the US and Russia is the greatest external security threat during a recent discussion of the challenges the new Biden administration faces. “I am often asked where do I think the greatest external security threat is, and I always point to Russia,” McRaven, a former Navy SEAL and special operations commander, said at a Chatham House event on Tuesday....
    If 2020 was the year we all had to use webcams, then 2021 is likely to be pretty similar in that regard. For the same reason, it is convenient to know all the secrets about the configuration of these peripherals. In this particular article, for example, we want to show you how change default webcam in Windows 10. This is a simple, but extremely useful procedure. As we said, it can be important that you learn to perform this trick, because the correct use of a webcam can give you better communication through apps like Microsoft Teams, Skype, Zoom or Google Meet. Change the default webcam step by step In the first instance, you should be aware that a good number of modern laptops have a built-in webcam, which can be used to record videos or participate in video conferences. However, PC users who want to take advantage of...
    A rehearsal for the inauguration had to be called off and everyone in attendance evacuated on Monday morning due to an 'external security threat' around the same time as smoke was seen rising from a building behind the Capitol.    Photos and videos from the scene show people running from bleachers that were set up ahead of Wednesday's event while an evacuation warning played in the background.  Staffers were also sent text messages telling them to stay away from windows.  The smoke came from  the '100 block of H St SE', according to the fire department, but it's unclear what the source of it was.  No one was injured.    People evacuate from the West Front of the U.S. Capitol during a rehearsal the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Monday, Jan. 18, 2021 People evacuate from the West Front of the U.S. Capitol during a rehearsal...
    They could be used to investigate inaccessible places. A group of engineers from the Harvard University has created a school of robot fish. These are able to coordinate and mimic the movements of real animals. Furthermore, they can be programmed to operate without the need for an external control. It could be very useful for investigating inaccessible regions within the sea. The Daily Mail portal reports that the fish created by Harvard scientists perfectly imitate different behaviors of real animals. The way to find food, migrate from one coral to another or evade predators, are what stand out. Likewise, they maintain that among several they can synchronize the movements that they are going to perform. This specific function is the first time that it has been achieved in this type of device. In the absence of perfecting some details, these devices will be very functional for marine exploration. Robot...
    A new study rivals the decades-long theory that 'dark matter,' which is said to exert a gravitational force that causes a strange behavior of stars within galaxies. Dark matter is a name given by scientists to an unknown mass that only interacts with regular matter through gravity and does not emit, absorb or reflect light. It has never been directly detected and now, an international team thinks they know why - because it does not exist. Researchers identified signs of the external field effect (EFE), which is a faint gravitational tide that was observed in orbital speeds of stars in more than 150 galaxies. This effect, according to the study, does not fall in line with theories about dark matter, but coincides with Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND), also known as 'modified gravity.' MOND states the internal motions of an object in the cosmos should not only depend on the mass...
    (Reuters) - Carrying bundles of belongings and often barefoot, they trekked for days over western Myanmar's monsoon-drenched mountains, before fording the Naf River into Bangladesh. Many braved sea crossings in rickety, overloaded boats. It has been three years since the mass exodus of more than 730,000 Rohingya from Myanmar's Rakhine State following sweeping military retaliation to attacks by Rohingya insurgents on police posts and an army base on Aug. 25, 2017. U.N. investigators later concluded the Myanmar military campaign was executed with "genocidal intent". Myanmar denies that, saying the army was battling the insurgency. To mark the third anniversary of the beginning of the crisis, here are some graphic projects issued at the time. Mass exodus (Open http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/rngs/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/010050XD232/index.html in an external browser.) The scale of the unfolding refugee crisis with hundreds of thousands coming across the border every day was illustrated with this graphic. Between the refugee camps already established...
    The number of illegal crossings at the external borders of the European Union has decreased by almost a fifth in the first half of this year to stand at 36,400, said Monday Frontex, the European agency for the management of border cooperation outside. However, this downward trend does not apply to the Western Balkan route or the central migration route via the Mediterranean. According to preliminary figures from Frontex, the coronavirus pandemic has significantly reduced the number of illegal border crossings on the western and eastern flyways. On the road from Turkey to Greece, the number of border crossings has almost halved, compared to the first half of 2019, at 11,900. On the western route to Spain, the number halved to 4,500. The Western Balkan route, however, is another story. There, Frontex noted 70% more border crossings in June (2,050) than in May and almost three times more than...
    American Air staff stands among empty ticketing kiosks at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, on Friday, May 22, 2020.Irfan Khan | Getty Images Travelers from a list of 15 nations will be allowed entry to the European Union starting Wednesday, but the United States is not on the list. Thirty countries in Europe (26 of which are members of the EU) closed their external borders in March to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. As most of them reopen their economies, they are also starting to welcome external visitors — though at a much slower rate than before the pandemic. European Union governments decided Tuesday to open their external borders to Algeria, Tunisia, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay. Chinese travelers will also be allowed in the EU, but only if China announces that it will also accept European visitors. The decision was...
    European countries must vote on a proposed list of fifteen states whose travelers will be admitted to the Union on July 1, which excludes the United States and which includes China subject to conditions, it has been said. learned Friday from diplomatic sources. The list was drawn up at a meeting of ambassadors from EU countries and the Schengen area on Friday evening. Some of them did not speak, and the capitals have until 6:00 p.m. GMT on Saturday, according to several European sources, after which the Croatian Presidency of the EU will decide what to do next. The proposed list contains fourteen countries (Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay) to which China is added, subject to reciprocity , that is to say on condition that it receives on its soil the travelers coming from the EU, according to...
    The Twenty-seven have concluded this Wednesday without agreement a new meeting in Brussels to try to define the list of Third countries to allow to cross the EU border on July 1st –Close since March due to the coronavirus–, so the discussions will continue at a technical and political level for the rest of the week. The ambassadors of the member states have concluded several hours of meeting without agreement, but contacts will probably continue this Thursday The Coronavirus crisis response technical group and ambassadors will resume the debate on Friday. In any case, the commitment of the Member States is set “clear epidemiological” criteria to narrow the list based on health and scientific issues and not as a consequence of political decisions, so that the border begins to open to countries where the pandemic’s reach is at “EU levels”, according to European sources have informed Europa Press. It would...
    Brussels Airport, Belgium.NurPhoto The European Union is currently discussing how to reopen its external borders as the region looks to slowly reopen economies, with visitors from countries like America potentially still being barred from entering the bloc. Thirty European countries decided to close their external borders back in March to contain the spread of Covid-19. The travel restriction has been extended three times since, but it's now due to come to an end on June 30. The European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, suggested earlier this month that European nations should open their internal borders by June 15 and slowly lift the travel ban on foreign visitors from July 1. The Commission also said that reopening external borders should be a coordinated exercise among European governments and reviewed on a regular basis. "It is way too early to say which countries will be in the list," an EU...
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