Wednesday, July 28

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife seduces fans with a trailer | Digital Trends Spanish

Ghostbusters: Afterlife should have been released last year. However, the coronavirus pandemic forced its arrival in theaters to be delayed. Of course, this has been a blow to fans of the hit saga, which began in 1984. Now, and if everything goes according to schedule, Afterlife It should premiere on November 11. Not many details about its plot are yet known, only that it could take up the facts that have been addressed throughout the saga. Also, the new film could incorporate part of the original cast, which includes Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver and Ernie Hudson. According to the film's synopsis: "A single mother and her two children arrive in a small town, begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy left by their grandfather." ...
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Mexico: archaeological find will be buried | Digital Trends Spanish

A team of archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico (INAH) discovered in 2019 the entrance to a tunnel on the outskirts of Mexico City. The problem is that, due to lack of money, this portal decorated with pre-Hispanic glyphs will have to be buried again for an indefinite period. As there are no resources to continue the investigation, INAH officials believe that the place may be the victim of acts of vandalism or pollution associated with vehicular traffic. Before being sealed, the structure was protected with a masonry formwork to avoid possible collapse. INAH“At the time, the idea of ​​creating a corridor and an archaeological window was raised that would allow the general public to admire these remains as they pass through the place; however, ...
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COVID-19: these are the countries with the best vaccination rate | Digital Trends Spanish

Health experts around the world have highlighted vaccines as the most effective way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. For this reason, efforts have been intensified so that the greatest number of countries vaccinate their inhabitants. The problem is that, at the moment, the global vaccination rate is barely 13.4 percent. As a way to encourage inoculation, Johns Hopkins University has published a list of countries that have the best vaccination rate. Of course, this classification is headed by countries with a smaller population, even so it serves to get an idea of ​​how the different vaccination processes have been carried out around the planet. The list also incorporates the percentage of the population that has been vaccinated in each nation, in addition to the total number of i...
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Google Maps adapts to the pandemic with this new function | Digital Trends Spanish

With the massive application of COVID-19 vaccines in various parts of the world, it is possible that many people are preparing to return to the life they had before the pandemic, or at least part of it. Thus, several companies have announced their plans for employees to return to the offices, with this it is very likely that we will once again see the dreaded crowds of people on the streets and in public transport. To avoid this, Google Maps has expanded the coverage of a useful tool. It is a function that makes predictions of agglomeration in public transport and is now available in more than 10,000 cities in 100 countries. In this way, this prediction can inform the user if the train line or bus that is waiting has available seats or if it is already full of people. Maps can make pre...
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Joe Biden with everything against Facebook: “They are killing people” | Digital Trends Spanish

The president of United States, Joe biden, was extremely critical and harsh this Friday, July 16, with Facebook, after being consulted by an NBC journalist about the effects of social networks on the spread of news about the pandemic. The president's response was immediate and in the midst of the intense campaign to vaccinate more people in his country, he blamed Mark Zuckerberg's platform for helping and promoting disinformation. "They are killing people," Biden said. "The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated, and they are killing people." This is a concrete reaffirmation of the words spoken last Thursday, July 15, when the surgeon general of the United States, Vivek Murthy, commented that "American lives are at risk due to anti-vaccine misinformation on social networks." F...
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WHO warns of more dangerous variants of the coronavirus | Digital Trends Spanish

The Emergency Committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) noted that there is a high probability that new variants of the coronavirus will appear that could be even more dangerous than those that are already known. The agency also warned about the false feeling that may exist in some places about an eventual end of the pandemic. "The Committee has expressed concern that the COVID-19 pandemic is being mischaracterized as coming to an end when it is nowhere near over," said WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. "He has also warned about the high probability that new and possibly more dangerous variants of COVID-19 of concern will emerge and spread globally that may be even more difficult to control," he added, as reported by the WHO on its Twitter account. . Media briefin...
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Twitter suspended one million accounts for harassment | Digital Trends Spanish

Twitter had to suspend nearly a million accounts for violating its anti-bullying rules during the second half of last year. This constitutes 142 percent more than in the previous period. The platform also removed a total of 3.8 million posts that violated its policies. This information was shared in the last transparency report, which includes moderation measures and requests for access to information registered between July 1 and December 31, 2020, a period in which the social network has recognized that COVID- 19 had "a great impact on their activity." Thus, the social network had to take proactive actions to prevent manipulation related to the pandemic in 10.3 million accounts. In this way, it suspended 597 accounts and removed 3,846 content from the platform in the second part of ...
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Pollution makes a COVID-19 contagion more serious | Digital Trends Spanish

According to a new study presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID), long-term exposure to high levels of air pollutants, such as fine particulate matter (PM2.5), could have a significant influence on the results of people hospitalized for COVID-19. Thus, those in charge of the study discovered that the greater the exposure, the greater the risk. Indeed, every small increase (ug / m3) in long-term exposure to PM2.5 is associated with more than three times the probability of receiving mechanical ventilation and twice the probability of staying in the ICU. "Our study draws attention to the systemic inequalities that may have led to the marked differences in COVID-19 outcomes based on race and ethnicity," says Dr. Anita Shallal of Detroit'...
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Germany gets ready to lift all restrictions | Digital Trends Spanish

Germany wants to lift all the restrictions that are still in force to slow the advance of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, this could be done in August, once the entire population has had a chance to be vaccinated against the disease. "This is expected throughout August," Maas told the DPA news agency and the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper. The authority has also explained that with the vaccination offer completed, "there are no longer legal or political justifications for the restrictions." This date represents an advance with respect to the proposal by Chancellor Angela Merkel, who had initially set September 21 as the goal to complete the immunization campaign. Jens Spahn, the health minister, had indicated that this milestone could be ...
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Do you want to lose weight? This invention keeps your mouth shut | Digital Trends Spanish

The world is fighting against the increase in obesity and overweight levels in recent times, which reaches worrying figures. Health authorities have repeatedly warned about this problem, which could be associated with other health problems and aggravate coronavirus infections (obesity is one of the risk factors). Technology can also lend a hand or, in this case, shut a mouth. A group of scientists has developed a particular tool that helps you lose weight. University of Otago.How does it work? This invention, which has been called DentalSlim Diet Control, uses magnets to prevent people from opening their mouths far enough to eat solid foods. Users can open it, but only 2 mm, which makes it impossible for them to be able to chew some products, although they do manage to breathe and pron...