This is the first picture of the black hole at the center of our galaxy
It may not look like much, but this blurry orange and black image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy is the first we’ve ever captured.
Although the black hole itself, known as Sagittarius A*, is completely dark, it is surrounded by a ring of bright, glowing gas that is twisted by its own gravity.It was captured by the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, again Global team takes famous first-ever black hole photo 2019 in the Messier 87 (M87) galaxy. Read the full article.
Quote of the day
“I want to be back with my family – not in a coffin.”
– Russian soldier Dmitry explains why he refused to rejoin the invasion of Ukraine after returning to Russian soil protector.
I combed the internet to find you the funniest/most important/scariest/most fascinating tech stories of the day.
1 Elon Musk has put his Twitter deal on hold
He said he was waiting for details to support the calculation that spam and fake accounts account for less than 5 percent of users. (Wettable powder $)
+ The news comes after the company fired two of its top executives. (New York Times $)
+ For Celebrities, Twitter Is High Risk, Low Reward. (Wettable powder $)
+ Musk is pitting American Tesla workers against their Chinese counterparts. (protector)
2 North Korea’s first new coronavirus outbreak, six dead
Another 187,800 people are being quarantined and treated for the virus. (protector)
+ Africa’s first Covid-19 vaccine factory has yet to receive an order. (New York Times $)
3 Russian hackers could face cyber war crimes charges
Critical infrastructure in Ukraine was targeted during the war. (wired $)
4 Crypto detectives are in high demand
Investigators are being hired to track down stolen Bitcoin and NFTs. (sound)
+ How the current cryptocurrency crash mirrors the 2008 financial crisis. (foreign policy)
+ Sales of NFTs are also plummeting. (Wall Street Journal $)
5 Instagram’s Algorithm Is Feeding New Parents Fear and Outrage
But choosing not to see posts that evoke a knee-jerk reaction isn’t simple. (Wettable powder $)
+ A Texas law that punished users for “censoring” social media has been reinstated. (Love News)
6 FBI buys Pegasus spyware to aid investigation
The bureau previously said it purchased the hacking tool to test and evaluate it. (New York Times $)
+ Google fails to enforce its ban on stalkerware ads. (TR)
7 How Japan lost its global tech lead
Now it’s trying to get it back. (Rest of the world)
80,000 popular websites are tracking your typing
A keylogger collects keystrokes before you hit “submit” on a form. (wired $)
+ Anonymous social media platform Yik Yak exposed the location of its users. (motherboard)
9 Our understanding of female incels remains hazy
Mainly because they are not a unified group with clear, common goals. (atlantic organization $)
10 The original robot of the 2000s paved the way for Alexa
They are also more fun. (dizzy)
we can still have good things
+ Wrinkled Duck ran the Long Island Marathon (well, a mile) and was Reward him with a small medal.
+ Danny Boyle’s Upcoming TV Shows About the Sex Pistols Sounds interesting.
+ Photo by Barry Webb slime mold Very charming – they look like alien trees.
+ After yesterday’s giant sturgeon, giant endangered stingray Returned safely to the Mekong River in Cambodia.
+ “BookTok” is Undeniably getting more young people to start reading.
+ Today is Friday the 13th!that’s why unlucky day in some cultures.
+ I’m really not sure ice cream.