Category: World

The U.S. Is Building A Contact-Tracer Army

Since late April, Jana De Brauwere has added a new routine to her work-from-home schedule. For four hours a day, four days a week, she calls up strangers, asks them if they are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, and suggests next steps if they are.  De Brauwere, a 44-year-old library manager at the main…

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The Coronavirus Is Showing Banks That Oil Is a Bad Investment

Oil ain’t doing too well these days.Photo: GettyBanks are finally starting to get it: Fossil fuels ain’t worth it. Just last week, Citigroup joined the wave of banks no longer investing in oil and gas projects in the Arctic. The only major bank in the U.S. that hasn’t committed to this is Bank of America.…

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Cloudflare partners with JD to expand its network in China

Cloudflare today announced a new partnership with JD Cloud & AI that will see the company expand its network in Chinato an additional 150 data centers. Currently, Cloudflare is available in 17 data centers in mainland China, thanks to a long-standing partnership with Baidu, but this new deal is obviously significantly larger. CloudFlare’s original partnership…

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Here are all the US cities with 5G coverage

All the major carriers in the US have already launched 5G networks and are working hard to expand them across the country. Some are relying more on millimeter wave (mmWave) technology for higher speeds, while others favor the use of low-band spectrums for better coverage. In this post, we take a look at all the…

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‘You are not alone. There is hope.’ As coronavirus outbreak spreads, so does volunteerism

The Quincy group, like similar efforts in cities like Waltham, Malden, Medford, Somerville, and Newton, are using Facebook and other web tools to help people who need assistance and find volunteers willing to lend a hand during the outbreak.Organizers of those groups freely share information on replicating efforts in other communities, including flyers for those…

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Origins of Earth’s magnetic field remain a mystery

Origins of Earth’s magnetic field remain a mystery by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office Boston MA (SPX) Apr 09, 2020 This visualization shows the magnetic field around Earth, or the magnetosphere. Earth’s magnetic field origins are still a mystery, a new MIT study finds. Microscopic minerals excavated from an ancient outcrop of Jack Hills, in…

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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hospitalized with virus – AOL

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus more than a week ago, was admitted to a hospital Sunday for tests.Johnson’s office said he was hospitalized because he still has symptoms 10 days after testing positive for the virus.Downing St. said it was a “precautionary step” and he remains…

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