How to protect your phone and data privacy at US Customs

International travelers may know that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can scroll through your phone in a “random search.” But the new details paint a picture of large-scale and messy data collection that puts your privacy at risk. Copy data from devices at entry points to the US — including airports and border crossings … Read more

The Internet ignites the hot start of the lions against the leaders

GT Amon-Ra St. Brown celebrates a score with DJ Chark. The Detroit Lions She endured a stinging first-week defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles, but with Washington’s leaders in town, things went the other way. While it felt as if the lions looked the same as the old outfit in the first week of the season, … Read more

From the Cavinder Twins to Kendric Davis, the transfers that have to pay big in college basketball

The world of name, image, and similarity (nothing) changed the college basketball landscape. Premium recruits and premium players have already earned big — sometimes seven figures — in just the first year of this new era. The rapid change has also prompted top leaders to push for more NIL opportunities on behalf of their athletes. … Read more

An emotional journey has brought Justin Lauer to the brink of his first PGA Tour title in Napa

Just over a month ago, Justin Lauer had an emotional mess. He fought hard on his last attempt to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs, but suddenly found himself fighting back tears, his three-throw bogey on the final hole of the PGA Tour regular season finale in Greensboro, North Carolina, leaving his 127th in points, two … Read more

Canada beat Spain in the group stage of the Davis Cup as new world number one Felix Auger-Aliassime spoils Carlos Alcaraz.

Barcelona, ​​Spain — Carlos AlcarazThe world’s biggest fans flocked to see the world’s best new player on his return to Spain. Instead, they witnessed Felix Auger Eliassim He beat their new star before staying on the hard court to claim a second victory in the doubles and help Canada to a 2-1 win over Spain … Read more

Patroling the Salish Sea: How BC’s Whale Protection Unit keeps marine mammals safely by keeping humans away.

Working in the British Columbia Whale Conservation Unit at Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is not your normal day job. The crew has been patrolling the Salish Sea by boat for four years, trying to keep humans away from the whales. “We want to give them as much protection as possible,” said Derek Chung, chief … Read more

The head of NASA is confident that Russia will cooperate in the withdrawal of the space station

NASA is confident that Russia will cooperate in removing the International Space Station from orbit by the end of this decade. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson was speaking at a press conference on the first day of the International Astronautical Conference (IAC) in Paris, which runs through September 22. NASA and Russia are partners in the … Read more

MIT contributes to the success of the historic fusion ignition experiment

MIT has contributed to the success of the National Ignition Facility for more than a decade by providing and utilizing dozens of diagnostics, carried out by MIT doctoral students and staff, that have been critical to assessing implosion performance, like a single image. Credit: Image courtesy of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. plasma ignites when the … Read more