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  • Electrogeochemistry Related to Limit Global Warming, says study

    Published On : Jun 27,2018

    In a bid to limit global temperatures to rise by 2 degrees, this will not only require curbing carbon emissions but also removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, says a new study. This has drawn interest in negative emission technologies. A ...

  • WhatsApp Business Serve Startups to Scale up

    Published On : Jun 26,2018

    WhatsApp - India’s largest messaging app with more than 200 million users, in January, rolled out another service in the country. WhatsApp Business as it is known is proving to be a boon for young enterprises. The app is specifically aimed to make ...

  • New Stealth Material Conceals Objects from Infrared Eyes

    Published On : Jun 25,2018

    In combat operations, infrared cameras are the ones that help drones locate their targets be it pitch dark or heavy fog. A newly developed cloaking material could make it easy to hide from the heat-sensing eyes of infrared cameras. The ultrathin ...

  • Google Rolls out Chrome in Offline Mode for Android Users

    Published On : Jun 22,2018

    Tech giant Google has rolled out chrome in offline mode for Android users in a bid to offer web browsing for everyone everywhere. The offering is for Android users in India, along with 100 more countries to enable browsing the web using Chrome on ...

  • Now Communicate with Google Assistant sans Frequent ‘OK Google’ or ‘Hey Google’

    Published On : Jun 22,2018

    Technology giant Google on Thursday rolled out ‘Continued Conversation’, a virtual assistant feature it had promised at its I/O Conference in May. Apparently, many people have been complaining that they have to add “Hey Google” before each ...

  • New Therapy Makes Oxidative Stress Lethal for Cancer

    Published On : Jun 21,2018

    While medicinally it is accepted that oxidative stress helps tumors to thrive, but new cancer treatments are found to work in a way that is diametrically opposite making them die. Adoptive T cell therapy is related to reprogramming the metabolism of ...

  • Google Can Predict Your Death More Accurately with its Artificial Intelligence Now

    Published On : Jun 21,2018

    Google's venture into all parts of individuals' computerized lives - from email and search, to maps and logbooks - implies there isn't much it doesn't think about its 1.17 billion clients. What's more, now, the search giant may ...

  • Robots to Occupy Moon Before Humans: NASA Plans to Deploy Robots Next Year

    Published On : Jun 20,2018

    The United States needs to send automated voyagers to the moon when one year from now as a preliminary advance towards sending space explorers back there out of the blue since 1972, a Nasa official said on Monday. NASA is arranging lunar missions ...

  • Best Evidence of Existence of Unusual Black Hole Captured

    Published On : Jun 20,2018

    Consequent upon a new study carried out at the Space Science Center at the University of New Hampshire, the strongest evidence of the existence of middle-of-the road black hole has been revealed. The elusive black hole was serendipitously captured ...

  • Venus’ Thick Atmospheric Air Speeds up the Planet’s Spin

    Published On : Jun 19,2018

    Venus, which orbits at a higher rate than the solid globe, may witness further impact in its rotation rate. The thick air of the planet may thrash against mountains and change its rotation rate. As revealed by computer simulations, the thick air of ...

  • Alleged Sabotage by Employee Addresses by Elon Musk in Email

    Published On : Jun 19,2018

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an email to all representatives on Monday morning about a production line fire, and appeared to reference conceivable damage. Musk likewise sent an email to all representatives at Tesla late on Sunday night affirming that he...

  • Exclusive ‘Real’ Windows App from WhatsApp Indicated

    Published On : Jun 18,2018

    As indicated by reports, WhatsApp is working with Microsoft to build up a legitimate Windows application. While the current WhatsApp for Windows Phone is updated frequently and works fine, is anything but a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) ...

  • Distant Moons may Sustain Life, finds study

    Published On : Jun 18,2018

    In a new development, researchers have discovered more than 100 giant planets that may have moons that support life. This finding will steer the design and development of future telescopes that can locate these future moons and look for signs of life...

  • Underwater Data Cables could Moonlight as Earthquake Sensors

    Published On : Jun 15,2018

    The network of cables running on the ocean floor may be useful for more than transmitting digital communication between continents. This maze of fiber-optic cables could serve to detect underwater earthquake, as stated by researchers. The finding is ...

  • NASA’s Opportunist Caught Up in Mars’ Dust Storm

    Published On : Jun 15,2018

    One of the thickest dust storms at any point seen on Mars has been spreading for as far back as week and a half. The storm has made NASA's Opportunity meanderer suspend science tasks, yet in addition offers a window for four other shuttle to gain...

  • Mars’ Rover Opportunity in Deep Sleep, says NASA

    Published On : Jun 14,2018

    Opportunity, Mars’ veteran rover isn’t dead yet. At present, the craft is in deep sleep to expel a massive Martian dust storm, as stated by NASA spokespersons recently. Spotted a fortnight ago, the craft is encapsulated in a vast dust storm that ...

  • A Footsie of Machine Learning: How this Device is Predicting the FIFA Winner

    Published On : Jun 14,2018

    The 2018 soccer World Cup begins on June 14 in Russia and is presumably a standout amongst the most widely viewed brandishing occasions. In this way, the potential champions are of real intrigue. One intends to gauge plausible outcomes is to think ...

  • Interplanetary Dust in Comets Hint towards History of Planet Formation

    Published On : Jun 13,2018

    In a new development, scientists have unearthed that interplanetary dust found in comets and asteroids may have significant clues for deeper understanding of formation of our solar system. As revealed by researchers from University of Hawaii, initial...

  • Machine Learing Slated to Enhance Google Translate

    Published On : Jun 13,2018

    Google started their journey the AI and machine intelligence because of the processing power they're ready to use in the organization's server farms. This permitted individuals all around the globe to perceive how useful it was without ...

  • Three Earth-Like Planets Discovered Orbiting a Distant Star

    Published On : Jun 12,2018

    In the research group led together by Javier de Cos at the University of Oviedo, and Rafael Rebolo at the IAC, alongside researchers from these two centers, others from the University of Geneva and the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC). The researchers ...

  • Private Equity KKR inks $ 5.57 Bn Deal to acquire Envision Healthcare

    Published On : Jun 12,2018

    Ample funds parked under private equity firms in the U.S. are preferably being invested in public companies, a trend garnering attention from players in various industries since the financial crisis. Against this backdrop, KKR & Co., a globally ...

  • US Back in Game, Launches World’ Fastest Supercomputer

    Published On : Jun 12,2018

    Summit - the new supercomputer from US is two times more powerful than the world’s current leader. The processing speed of the new machine is 200,000 trillion calculations per second or 200 petaflops. This is considerably more than Sunway ...

  • Inshorts App to Feature AI-based News Summarization

    Published On : Jun 11,2018

    Inshorts - the news aggregator app debuts artificial intelligence (AI) based news summarization. Inshorts’ Rapid60 algorithm can automatically summarize a full new article into a 60 words one. The 60 word summarization includes a headline as well ...

  • India to Foray into Stricter Data Privacy Rules with Regard to Facebook, Google

    Published On : Jun 11,2018

    In the course of recent weeks, odds are you have gotten alarms from a combination of online administrations telling you that their security arrangements are evolving. Some may offer alternatives where they already didn't exist - like a wellbeing ...

  • Drones Can Deliver AEDs and Save Cardiac Patients

    Published On : Jun 08,2018

    Technological advancements have extended the reach of humans in each and every field. And, drones are moving beyond merely military surveillance, agriculture, and product deliveries to transporting patients who need immediate care. The first unmanned...