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Skull of man dating back 8,000 YEARS is found by two kayakers during drought in Minnesota River

Local authorities announced the find - made by two unidentified boaters in September, about 110 miles west of Minneapolis near Sacred Heart - last week.

17 minutes ago on Daily Mail

Memorial Day Mattress Sales 2022: Best mattress deals today

This Memorial Day, some of the most popular mattress brands on the market are hosting incredible Memorial Day mattress sales with some can't-miss deals.

18 minutes ago on Digital Trends

I Tested This Cult-Favorite Sunscreen For 3 Weeks — Here Are My Honest Thoughts

Does it live up to the hype?

21 minutes ago on mindbodygreen.com

Nigeria: Nownow Introduces Integrated NFC Wallet

[Leadership] African fintech startup, NowNow Digital Systems Limited, has launched a first of its kind fully integrated near field communication (NFC)-enabled wallet for SMEs, agents and consumers.

23 minutes ago on AllAfrica - Top Africa News

Robotics and 5G to spur growth of SoC industry – report

Big OEMs hogging production and COVID causing supply issues The system-on-chip (SoC) side of the semiconductor industry is poised for growth between now and 2026, when it's predicted to be worth $6.85 billion, according to an analyst's report. …

24 minutes ago on Theregister.com

How NASA’s DAVINCI probe will withstand the hellish conditions of Venus

Venus's acidic, high-pressure atmosphere is one of the most inhospitable places in our solar system -- and NASA is building a probe that can withstand it

24 minutes ago on Digital Trends

'Calgon, take me away!' New screen-free tech tools help parents get a moment of peace - USA TODAY

What’s a frazzled parent to do when she needs a few moments of peace but doesn’t want to stick her child in front of a screen? This tech can help.

24 minutes ago on USA Today

New deep learning technique paves path to pizza-making robots

This article is part of our coverage of the latest in AI research. For humans, working with deformable objects is not significantly more difficult than handling rigid objects. We learn naturally to shape them, fold them, and manipulate them in different ways …

24 minutes ago on The Next Web

Silicon Valley’s Prosperous Existence Is the Surest Sign of the Fed’s Unctuous Irrelevance

If you’re ever in search of evidence that the Fed’s power is exponentially more mythical than real, look to northern California.

25 minutes ago on Forbes