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Boom Supersonic has taken a big step toward putting a Concorde-like supersonic passenger plane into commercial service with the unveiling of a prototype.

Colorado-based Boom pulled the wraps off the sleek-looking aircraft at a special event at Centennial Airport in Denver on Wednesday, October 7.

Officially known as the XB-1 but nicknamed the Baby Boom, the jet is 21.6 meters long with a 6.4-meter wingspan, making it a third of the size of the planned Overture aircraft that the company is planning to build.

Featuring a carbon-composite airframe and powered by three General Electric-designed J85-15 engines, the XB-1 is expected to take its first flight in 2021 in tests that will help Boom refine the design of Overture.

The XB-1 only has space for the pilot, but Overture will seat up to 75 passengers while flying at speeds of Mach-2.2 — almost 1,700 mph, or more than twice the speed

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Apple has updated its website to show that Greg Joswiak has taken over for Phil Schiller as the company’s new senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, according to a Friday (Oct. 2) report from MacRumors.

Schiller transitioned to an Apple Fellow in August, according to a press release at the time. He will still be in charge of the App Store and company events.

While Joswiak’s takeover as leader didn’t have a timeline back in August, it seems to have already happened as of Friday, MacRumors reported.

Joswiak is now in charge of Apple’s product management and product marketing, developer relations, market research, business management, education, enterprise and international marketing, reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook, according to the August release.

Joswiak’s history includes over 20 years of experience at Apple as the vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. He’s also known as

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A good security token is the one that distinctively corresponds to you and which nobody could know, guess or copy. This is the reason why security experts suggest us to use long and random passwords for our safety. However, it is not as easy as it sounds because it gets hard to memorize strong and unique passwords.

Biometric technology as we know right now is the hot favorite technique of securing any place. It had to happen counting it is such a trouble free way of security than that of passwords we have to remember. In biometrics, our finger or thumb impressions not only make our job easier but also are unique by nature.

Also, biometric technology removed the trouble of hacking considering it is not a cakewalk for someone to hack your fingerprints than cracking the pass code. Following the best security practices, setting strong passwords for separate devices … Read More