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Graphene Turns Electricity into Light

Graphene Turns Electricity into Light

In the current faced-paced world, researchers and scientists alike are breaking their backs every day to come up with new innovations that will make the world a better place. Airplanes are known to create a shockwave that produce a sharp “boom” sound when they start to move faster than…

New galaxy called Crater 2

New galaxy called Crater 2

Although scientific advances over the last century have been incredible, it’s easy to forget that we are still regularly making key discoveries. Some of these seem like they should be obvious, but take some time (whether it’s due to manpower, improvements in technology to measure, or…

Apple’s fight with the FBI

Apple’s fight with the FBI

There are so many factors involved in the feud between Apple and the US government that it is pretty hard to try to establish a balanced position. It all began when Apple refused to access one of the phones of a San Bernardino shooter. The question that arises here is why would the tech giant deny…

A new drone for Israel

A new drone for Israel

Technology is changing warfare. Israel has procured a new drone or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). It is the Hero 30 - The Kamikaze Micro Drone produced by a company called uVision. The Hero 30 is carried by a soldier, and then propped on the ground for launching. It is launched from its pneumatic…

NASA tests heat shields for future Mars exploration

NASA tests heat shields for future Mars exploration

NASA’s preparations for future exploration of Mars are progressing. The science involved is just absolutely amazing. In fact, one of the most recent tests conducted by NASA was on heat shields for the spacecraft. These heat shields are designed to protect the spacecraft against extremely high…

Bushnell Bear Grylls Solar Wrap Mini

Bushnell Bear Grylls Solar Wrap Mini

Bushnell Bear Grylls SolarWrap Mini has a very unique design. According to many experts, this is the most interesting design we can see on the market. Also, it is inexpensive. The price is just $52. But, for this money you get an internal battery. Sadly, there are a few drawbacks. You can only…

Technology & Science in Education

Technology & Science in Education

In today's inflexibly inventive society, down to earth change and an improved individual fulfillment are to a colossal degree dependent on our ability to understand and utilization science and development constantly, in regards to good values and securing the systems on which life itself…

How to automatically shut down your computer

How to automatically shut down your computer

If you use your computer during the whole day, it would be a wise decision to shut it down when you are done. But, many of us forget. This means that your computer works more, despite nobody using it. Also, the power consumption is increased. The solution is simple. All you need to do is to set your…

Robots can heal themselves in few minutes

Robots can heal themselves in few minutes

Many people say that robots are our future and that we will be able to benefit from them and use them in many situations, from a dangerous one to a harmless one. But there is still one question, will they be able to survive every situation or will they have a weak spot? In the newspapers called…

Robotic arm controlled by a brain-reading chip

Robotic arm controlled by a brain-reading chip

Erik Sorto, from California, is able to control robotic arm using a chip that is implanted into his brain. Scientists revealed that the electrical impulses in the brain, can be used for controlling the artificial limbs. This discovery shows us that in the near future people with damaged or no limbs,…

MSpy concedes hacking and information burglary

MSpy concedes hacking and information burglary

An organization offering programming that permits individuals to keep an eye on others has let it out has been hacked and had a huge number of client records released on the web. The confirmation comes a day after mSpy told BBC News it had not been hacked and no information had been stolen. It has…

Arial vehicle without man

Arial vehicle without man

To recognize UAVs from rockets, a UAV is characterized as a "fueled, flying vehicle that does not convey a human administrator, utilizes air motion facilitating strengths to give vehicle lift, can fly independently or be guided remotely, can be superfluous or recoverable, and can convey a…

How you can be a scientist

How you can be a scientist

Study science at school: Maths, science, material science and science. That is the first step. Choices later are really wide and you don't need to stress over them yet. Initiate examining in your general vicinity of the hobby. It helps in the event that you can likewise work out what you have a…

INNOVATIONS, we are really dependent on

INNOVATIONS, we are really dependent on

No matter what, we're snared on innovation. Though not that numerous years back, mobile phones, portable workstations, desktops and tablets were more inclined to be found in sci-fi books than in our homes, we've come to like innovation, as well as depend on it. Innovation readily available…

Sales of Tablets to Exceed 269 Million Units in 2019

Sales of Tablets to Exceed 269 Million Units in 2019

The main driver of demand for tablets will be coming from the commercial sector, with shipments estimated to exceed 269 million units by 2019, according to the IDC research firm. This year, the number of sold tablets is expected to reach 234.5 million units, which is an increase of 2.1 percent…

A mobile battery that will charge very fast your battery

A mobile battery that will charge very fast your battery

How many times you had to go out, and you were too busy doing something, that you forgot to charge your battery. Even if you still have some time to do it, it often isn't enough, and your phone will not be fully charged. Well, the good news is, you don't have to wait anymore, and to worry…

India, Egypt to Cooperate in Science and Technology Sector

India, Egypt to Cooperate in Science and Technology Sector

India and Egypt today signed an agreement for an ambitious programme on cooperation in the field of science and technology especially in the vital sectors of biotechnology and nano-technology. Under the Executive Programme, which will be valid for the period 2015-2018, the two countries will arrange…

Sony GM Addresses Cyber Hack

Sony GM Addresses Cyber Hack

Speaking at Las Vegas press conference on January 6th, Sony's general manager, Kazuo Hirai addressed the huge cyber hack that has been making headlines for the past few weeks. The conference was part of the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show, in which Hirai was greeted by Sony fans who…

New species found in the deepest trench on Earth

New species found in the deepest trench on Earth

The Mariana Trench in the Western Pacific near Guam has been the focus of high-profile voyages to conquer Challenger Deep, the deepest place on Earth. This recent expedition to the Trench onboard Research Vessel Falkor targeted multiple depths and found active thriving communities of animals. The…

Blood Diagnosis Within Minutes

Blood Diagnosis Within Minutes

The latest super fast blood tester technology from the European Space Agency for astronauts is the future of the blood tests. The medical world marks a new milestone with this achievement that is capable of delivering blood diagnosis results for multiple diseases in a few minutes. This super fast…

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Virtual Reality In Space With Microsoft Hololens Glasses

NASA and Microsoft early today has announce the pair of Hololens glasses Microsoft has wearable holographic computer will make them able to make their way to International Space stations via the SpaceX dragon supply mission launching on Sunday, 28 June. And hence the two are working to develop…

Science & Technology in Daily Life

Today you are wrapped by advances in headway as TVs, cell phones, iPods, PCs, fridges and different others that make life more steady to you. The web interfaces you to the world as at no other time by making trades speedier and more clear. Science enables a you not just to know how to utilize yet…

Sentinel-2a will monitor global food crops

The European Space Agency is gearing up for some large-scale experiment. The agency has been pioneer in the launching many interplanetary space probes. The Earth Observation Program’s lead spacecraft was recently placed into the orbit. A Vega rocket carried the spacecraft Named as Sentinel-2a…

CRTC approaches web clients for help testing broadband rates

Not certain your web velocity is as quick as publicized? Canada's information transfers controller needs your assistance in testing web speeds the nation over. The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is searching for volunteers to take part in a task to quantify…

Interesting view of Microsoft about short Attention spans

In somewhat more than 10 years, the human consideration compass has dropped 25% - from 12 seconds in 2000 to 8 seconds in 2013 - and is presently 1 second not exactly the consideration compass of a goldfish. At the normal rate of the human consideration compass, and human perusing velocity, you…

New MacBook Pro 15-inch iMac and 27 Retina

Apple has finally updated its line of laptop and desktop by introducing two new upgrades for the lineup of MacBook Pro 15-inch as well as iMac 5K. Yesterday, some rumors emerged on the Internet stating that Apple has updated two of its flagship computer. The new MacBook Pro 15-inch gets support to…

The Jupiter made our solar system odd

Next time when you are studying about the solar system and wonder why it is such a big mess then the answer is Jupiter. After the study of number of solar systems within our galaxy scientists have reached this conclusion. Jupiter, because of its sheer size may have obstructed the formation of many…

Saturn’s moon shows signs of life

The human being was always fascinated by the extraterrestrial life. Our popular culture is full of alien movies, comics and novels. Even the scientific community began to verify the possibility of life on every other major body in the space. During the initial days of the space race, scientists were…