These are the reasons why I ended up going back to Safari on macOS after years of using Chrome

Me relationship with Safari it is always the same. As an avid user of Chrome for my work, which requires me to be quite agile with the 10+ tabs I usually have open, I always give Apple’s browser a try whenever there’s a new update to the Mac operating system. macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey have been no exception.

Until now, the successive versions of Safari always caused me the same reaction: yes, I noticed better performance and browser integration, but the extra features of Chrome that did not appear in Safari ended up making me return to the Google browser. But this time Safari is my default browser on Mac. (more…)

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Debunking the myths of the car’s black box: they won’t watch you or know who you’re talking to

Next May, one of the great advances in road safety that have taken place so far in the European Union will be launched. All new cars homologated between May 2022 and May 2024 will be required to have, as standard, a series of ADAS safety systems (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), including emergency braking, the assistant speed smart or the addition of a small black box.


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There’s a Beetle So Fast It Shouldn’t Exist (And It Can Help Us Develop Tiny Drones)

In the human world, speed is associated with the small, the graceful, the streamlined. But in the insect world things work differently. How fast an insect flies generally depends on its size, yes: but interestingly, the bigger the insect, the faster it flies. That’s why this tiny flying beetler puzzles entomologists so much: it can reach speeds typical of insects three times its size and now we know why.


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