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Gloomy Goldman offers 20 ‘safety’ stocks with valuations below the previous 2 bear markets

It’s tight quarters in Wall Street’s bear sleuth these days. Goldman Sachs just downgraded their 2022 US growth forecast (to 2.4% from 2.6%) and 2023 (to 1.6% from 2.2%), as senior chairman Lloyd Blankfein warned of “very, very high” risks for a US recession. “If I were running a big company, I would be very …

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The success of mRNA vaccines could act as a blueprint to tackle other diseases

For countries that could get their hands on it, the rapid development of mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 was something close to a miracle, saving an estimated 1.1 million lives in the United States alone. By capitalizing on recent developments in gene sequencing, chemical synthesis and new delivery mechanisms, scientists were able to start the first …

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Crypto Marketplace OpenSea Cracking Down on NFT Fakes

Austria’s Belvedere Museum released a limited edition NFT of Gustav Klimt’s ‘The Kiss.’Picture: Ouriel Morgensztern (PA) In the same way that life imitates art, digital art also imitates the real-life art scene. NFT marketplaces have been experiencing a growing fraud problem with scammers creating fake copies of the non-fungible tokens and selling them online, but …

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Google Updates Android Auto to Fit More Touchscreens

Google heeding Bruce Lee’s advice to be like water. You put Android Auto in a screen, it becomes the screen.gif: Google Google is redesigning Android Auto’s interface to fit all sorts of touchscreens, regardless of their size and shape. Google says the redesign will come in an update this summer, and will increase Android Auto’s …

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Teenage Engineering Makes the Op-1 a ‘Hundred Times’ Better

Teenage Engineering has recently been in the spotlight for helping Panic create its playdate handheld, but the company is best known for its brilliant OP-1 portable synth and sequencer. It’s been a beloved electronic instrument for musicians for 11 years now, so instead of completely reinventing it, the company has instead given it some major …

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Cars With Active Driving Assistance Tech Crash During AAA Test

Photo: Harold Cunningham (Getty Images) The long road towards autonomous vehicles just hit another speed bump. Despite lofty performance promises from carmakers seeking an autonomous future, recent testing from AAA revealed “inconsistent performance” with more basic active driving assistance (ADA) that resulted in vehicles crashing repeatedly into cars and a bicycles. Head-on collisions occurred during …

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