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Australia defy injuries at the MCG to go on to win the Test series against South Africa

At the start of the third day of the Melbourne Test, despite their advantage in the tables, you wondered whether an Australian team that looked more like a medical ward could perform adequately in the match. Instead, when they finally declared two sessions later, two batters with broken arms were the ones landing strikes in …

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The iPhone 14 Pro A16 Bionic faced an unprecedented snafu in the history of Apple, which led to the removal of ray tracing and other ambitious GPU generational leaps.

The iPhone 14 Pro A16 Bionic faced an unprecedented snafu in the history of Apple, which led to the removal of ray tracing and other ambitious GPU generational leaps.

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro A16 Bionic SoC uses a 5-core GPU, which is not too different from the one we previously saw with the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 13 Pro. The new 5-core A16 GPU comes with increased memory bandwidth thanks to LPDDR5 memory and is manufactured on TSMC’s 4nm process. However, Apple …

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First LIVE Test Update: Labuschagne out for 204 as Smith hits a triple

First LIVE Test Update: Labuschagne out for 204 as Smith hits a triple

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Revealed: What pushed Michael Hooper to breaking point and forced Test withdrawal

Revealed: What pushed Michael Hooper to breaking point and forced Test withdrawal

When Michael Hooper stepped down less than 48 hours before the Wallabies’ Rugby Championship kicked off in Argentina, it shocked the world. From Will Carling to Karmichael Hunt, there was an outpouring of support around the world as Hooper’s “mindset” turned out to be wrong and he missed the test and flew home. However, for …

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Maybe don’t let them go again? Wide, Anderson bowls Kiwi in a pathetic 4-12 start to the first test

The new era of England under Captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum began perfectly when James Anderson and Stuart Broad helped bowling in New Zealand at a 4:12 start to the first test at Lord’s. But after the veteran duo set in motion, test debutant Matthew Potts took the lead, letting Kane Williamson (2) …

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A new blood test for pediatric cancer patients that changes the game

Kayne Cook was only 23 months old when a usually happy, healthy toddler began to vomit every day after waking up and became unstable on her feet. His mother, Dani, took him to her local hospital several times in six weeks, only to be told he had virosis or reflux. Despite having countless neurological symptoms …

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Stuart Broad enjoys the latest brush reinforcement with Mortality Test

Stuart Broad has invented so many reinventions that you would be forgiven for not keeping up. Never mind Broad 2.0, we have to be in the seventh or eighth iteration. In the early days it was the “Golden Bowls”, a short, less successful period as the “Enforcer”. There was a juvenile Broad of Hot Stripes …

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