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Japanese astronaut faked the results of a scientific experiment

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The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has accused its astronaut Satoshi Furukawa of falsifying data about a scientific experiment. JAXA Executive Director Hiroshi Sasaki said at a press conference in Tokyo today that careless data management and poor leadership have undermined the credibility and scientific value of the study. He also acknowledged that the researchers had a poor understanding of medical experiments and a lack of experience, and offered “deep apologies to all concerned.” During the JAXA experiment, eight people spent two weeks in an enclosed space that resembled a space station. The purpose of the study was to assess the mental state of the participants and the level of stress they experienced, and the leader was Satoshi Furukawa.

Japanese astronaut faked the results of a scientific experiment

Later it turned out that during the experiment there were cases of forgery and incorrect data, but JAXA did not report what exactly was wrong. The agency also noted that the results of the experiment were not published in the form of a scientific article, which means that this is still not a violation that can be equated with forgery or falsification of data from the point of view of Japanese law. However, JAXA plans to punish those responsible, including Furukawa. But this, as noted, should not affect plans to send an astronaut to the International Space Station (ISS) next year. It is worth mentioning that Furukawa is an experienced astronaut: he started working at JAXA back in 1999, and in 2011 he spent 167 days on the ISS.

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“Only Samsung increases the bezels in S23 contrary to the global trend,” Ice Universe showed Xiaomi 13 in a new image

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The well-known insider Ice Universe, who regularly shares exclusive information about the latest in the mobile industry, has published a new image of the flagship smartphone Xiaomi 13.

This render confirms that the smartphone will receive a flat screen with a narrow frame around the entire perimeter. On the sides and top, the width of the frame will be 1.61 mm, and at the bottom of the screen it will have a width of 1.81 mm. In this case, the effective display area will be 93.3%.

“Only Samsung increases the bezels in S23 contrary to the global trend,” Ice Universe showed Xiaomi 13 in a new image

Xiaomi 13 will receive an elegant flat screen with an ultra-thin frame. I think about it again: in 2023, the whole world is narrowing the frames, and only Samsung is increasing the frames in S23, contrary to the global trend.

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Earlier, he also said that Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro will receive the best screens currently on the Android market manufactured by Samsung. Their screen brightness will be higher than the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend of smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in the iPhone X, the new design of the iPhone 14 and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor. Recently, he was the first to accurately report that Redmi Note 12 Pro + will receive a 200-megapixel main camera. Exclusive information about new products is leaked to him by sources in the research and development department of the South Korean giant.

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Mass riots in the “city of the iPhone” showed on video. iPhone 14 deliveries to one of the Apple stores in Latvia have stopped

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Well-known insider Ben Geskin, who lives in Latvia, published a video that shows clashes between workers and the security service of the Foxconn plant.

He also reported that the supply of new iPhone 14 smartphones to one of the local Apple stores had completely stopped.

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One of my friends just went to our local Apple Store and asked about orders for the iPhone 14. He was told that the supply of smartphones has completely stopped. New orders will take a very long time. The iPhone is good, but I feel most sorry for those people who are locked in the Foxconn factory.

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According to Reuters, by the end of November, a further reduction in the supply of iPhone smartphones is expected. Tens of thousands of employees left iPhone City after receiving $1,400 each from Foxconn.

Ben Geskin regularly posts interesting concept art and renders based on rumors and various leaks. He was the first to publish accurate renderings of the iPhone X and iPhone 14, as well as a number of other new products from Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi and other companies.

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Americans set an absolute record for spending on Black Friday. They bought smartphones, consoles, drones and games

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Americans set an absolute record for spending on Black Friday

US consumers spent a record $9.12 billion online during Black Friday this year, according to Adobe, which tracks sales on retailer websites.

Total online sales the day after Thanksgiving rose 2.3% year-on-year, with electronics the biggest contributor, with online sales up 221% over the past year. Another popular category among buyers were games, which saw a 285% increase in sales, and exercise equipment, which saw a 218% increase in sales.

Buy Now, Pay Later payments are up 78% from last week and revenue from the program is up. Some of this year’s hottest merchandise included gaming consoles, drones, Apple MacBooks, Dyson products, and games like Fortnite, Roblox, Bluey, Funko Pop! and Disney Encanto.

Americans set an absolute record for spending on Black Friday.  They bought smartphones, consoles, drones and games

Black Friday shoppers also broke the record for mobile device orders, with 48% of online sales coming from smartphones, up from 44% last year.

The record spending followed a successful Thanksgiving shopping day, when consumers forked online for a record high of $5.29 billion, up 2.9% from last year.

Even though Black Friday is over, e-commerce activity will remain strong over the weekend, according to an Adobe report. $11.2 billion is expected to be spent this year on Cyber ​​Monday, up 5.1% from last year.

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