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Why Is It So Hard to Regrow Hair?
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Why Is It So Hard to Regrow Hair?

Illustration: Elena Scotti Giz AsksGiz AsksIn this Gizmodo series, we ask questions about everything and get answers from a variety of experts. Prev Next View All Bodies are machines designed to remind you of death, to semi-continuously blare out the fact of your mortality, warning of the end with each ache, wrinkle, and—especially—lost strand of...

A Method That Will Help You Clone Netflix With Micro Frontends The Right Way
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A Method That Will Help You Clone Netflix With Micro Frontends The Right Way

@dantederuweDante De Ruwe Full-stack developer fascinated by software architecture. International intern writing a thesis about microfrontends. I created a Netflix clone using Piral: an open-source framework for creating modular applications. In this article, I will go over what microfrontends are, why they are useful, and what frameworks exist to make implementing them easier. I’ll also share...

Bluesound launches new soundbar, strives to become the ‘audiophile Sonos’
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Bluesound launches new soundbar, strives to become the ‘audiophile Sonos’

If you’ve ever thought Sonos wasn’t fancy or advanced enough, then may I introduce you to Bluesound. The Canadian audio company is on a mission to become the audiophile Sonos, and its latest move? Well, that’s announcing its latest product, the Pulse Soundbar+. Before we get into that product specifically, let’s talk about Bluesound. The company...

Video Livestream of Iceland’s Erupting Volcano is Oddly Soothing
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Video Livestream of Iceland’s Erupting Volcano is Oddly Soothing

Gif: RUV A volcano in Iceland is currently spewing molten lava after roughly 800 years of sitting dormant. And thanks to the wonders of technology, anyone with an internet connection can watch it happening in real time. Oddly enough, it’s actually quite soothing to watch, as far as live videos go, especially when you know...

UK Police Warn Against Using Sci-Hub’s 85 Million Documents of Pirated Research
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UK Police Warn Against Using Sci-Hub’s 85 Million Documents of Pirated Research

Screenshot: Sci-Hub Police in the UK issued a warning over the weekend against visiting Sci-Hub, a website that offers over 85 million free research papers that are typically behind paywalls. Police claim that people associated with Sci-Hub are dangerous because they “steal” login credentials from students and faculty at universities, a claim the website’s administrators...