NFT of Jack Dorsey's First Tweet Cost $2.9 Million, Now Auctioning for $2,000
By Mark Tyson | Tom's Hardware

(Image credit: Sina Estavi)

The current owner of Jack Dorsey's first Tweet, in NFT form, has put this highly prized digital artefact up for sale again. However, it isn't as highly prized as it used to be… Iranian-born crypto entrepreneur Sina Estavi bought Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s first-ever tweet as an NFT for $2.9 million in 2021. Currently, the top bid for the NFT is 1 ETH, or equivalent to $1,895.

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Hello Kitty Gets Its Own Metaverse Experience
by Kyle Melnick | VR Scout

Credit: Advokate

The launch is being celebrated with an in-person event featuring Hello Kitty-themed AR experiences.

This week it was revealed that Japanese icon Hello Kitty is receiving her own virtual destination inside MetaGaia, a decentralized metaverse platform featuring artificial intelligence (AI) powered companions, augmented reality (AR) games, and digital asset purchasing.

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Exploring the Role of Solid-State Semiconductors in Advancing Quantum Information Science
By Terence West |

Solid-state semiconductors are emerging as a pivotal player in the rapidly evolving field of quantum information science. Quantum information science, a multidisciplinary field, leverages the principles of quantum mechanics to process and transmit information. The unique properties of quantum systems, such as superposition and entanglement, allow quantum computers to perform complex calculations at speeds far surpassing those of classical computers. However, the practical implementation of quantum information science has been hindered by several challenges, including the need for extremely low temperatures and the difficulty of maintaining quantum states. This is where solid-state semiconductors come into play.

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🌙 NASA - Best Photo from Last Week
Clouds Form Over North Africa

Image Credit: NASA

As the International Space Station orbited 259 miles above North Africa, swirls of clouds covered the sky. To the bottom right of the image, one of the station's roll-out solar arrays peeks through. Astronauts aboard the space station see 16 sunrises and sunsets per day due to their high orbital velocity—17,500 miles per hour. In the more than 20 years that people have been living aboard the station, it has circumnavigated Earth tens of thousands of times.

Image Credit: NASA
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