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YouTube and Apple have both mimicked Spotify’s features on this front, offering their own variations on personalized playlists like Spotify’s flagship playlist, “Discover Weekly,” and others.
The haptic feedback that uses pinpointed vibrations to mimic on-screen action is extremely impressive—even better than what you’ll find in the iPhone.
The infant mimics Greef and waves ineffectually, not exactly helpful but still a good prosocial effort.
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These are lab-engineered proteins that can mimic the natural antibodies and enzymes that regulate many functions within the human body.
These habitats are hard to mimic in the laboratory given their extreme energy limitations.
From a video standpoint, the iPhone 12 Pro now shoots in Dolby Vision HDR, which promises colorful footage that more closely mimics what you see in prestige TV on your favorite streaming services.
We tried to describe it mathematically and mimic it in the lab, which we were able to do with gel.
The company’s scientists will aim to mimic the success of the Impossible burger by making a synthetic milk that looks, tastes, and feels like milk from a cow—no nutty undertones or watery textures here.
This mimicked how an astronaut would use AMOS for preflight training and in-the-moment support during an emergency.
He also said it was unclear if the way in which the challenge trial will expose volunteers to the virus actually mimics natural infection closely enough to yield any valuable insights about a vaccine’s effectiveness.

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