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Man Creates Bluetooth Jamming Device To Stop Neighbor’s Loud Reggaeton Music

A man who had grown tired of his neighbor’s loud reggaeton music devised a solution to have the tranquility he desired. Maker and developer Roni Bandini decided to act on the matter by programming a Raspberry Pi-powered response. Roni programmed his Raspberry Pi device to detect when reggaeton music was playing and interfere with nearby Bluetooth speakers, making…

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Untreated sleep apnea presents ‘disruptive’ dangers to people’s lives, including heart issues, says expert

Esther Rodriguez Villegas, a professor at Imperial College London and founder of the London-based medical technology company Acurable, is sharing common health and well-being issues that can result from sleep apnea — a problem that can be disruptive for both sufferers as well as their loved ones. One of these risks is cardiovascular disease. The…

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Tesla Under Fire For Canceling $2k Pie Order From Black-Owned Business At The Last Minute

A small business in California, USA, was left reeling after American multinational automotive company Tesla placed, then abruptly canceled, a substantial order, shedding light on the challenges faced by local businesses dealing with larger corporations. Voahangy Rasetarinera, the owner of a San Jose small business called The Giving Pies, reportedly said she took a big hit after Tesla had…

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On this day in history, February 17, 1801, Jefferson is elected president as party politics divide new nation

Thomas Jefferson was elected the third president of the United States, following a deeply divisive race against John Adams that threatened to tear apart the young nation, on this day in history, Feb. 17, 1801.  It was the first American presidential race pitting party rivals — Federalist Adams vs. Democratic-Republican Jefferson — and the first to…

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Alexander the Great’s father located in Greek tomb after remains identified using X-ray analysis

Alexander the Great’s father’s remains have been identified in a Greek tomb using X-ray analysis, a new study says.  The new international — yet controversial study — states that archaeologists previously had the wrong tomb identified in Vergina, Greece, as containing Alexander the Great’s father, Philip II of Macedon, according to Live Science.  The site contains three 4th century…

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