Apple expands the use of recycled materials across its products

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Apple today released new details on the increased use of recycled content across its products. For the first time, the company introduced certified recycled gold, and more than doubled the use of recycled tungsten, rare earth elements, and cobalt. Nearly 20 percent of all material used in Apple products in 2021 was recycled, the highest-ever use of recycled content.

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Meet the most influential Hispanic people in the world of tech

By and , Digital Trends

Hispanic Heritage Month (which runs from September 15 to October 15) seeks to highlight the contributions of people of Hispanic origin in the United States, and in that spirit, this list puts the spotlight on some of the most influential in the technology sector.

Special emphasis is placed on those who hold important positions and do their best to ensure that the Hispanic community is best represented in the world of technology. Members of the Latino and Hispanic communities have long held prominent positions in the world’s largest technology companies, and it’s no surprise: We are a young, hard-working, and highly creative community. Continue reading Meet the most influential Hispanic people in the world of tech

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Hubble Finds a Massive Planet – 9 Times the Size of Jupiter – Forming Through a Violent Process

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Hubble Finds a Planet Forming in an Unconventional Way
In general, the formation of planets in our universe can be likened to cooking a meal. Just like the “ingredients” for forming a planet can change, so can the “cooking method.” Continue reading Hubble Finds a Massive Planet – 9 Times the Size of Jupiter – Forming Through a Violent Process

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Sound travels much slower on Mars than on Earth, researchers find

BY ALEXANDRA LARKIN, CBS News

Researchers studying recordings made by microphones on NASA’s Perseverance rover found that sound travels much slower on Mars than it does on Earth. In a study published in Nature on Friday, the team said it looked at recordings dating back to February 19, 2021, the day after the rover arrived on the planet.

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