• April 16, 2024

Virgin Atlantic Likely To Bail Out Cash-strapped Flybe

Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that it is in discussions with cash strapped airlines firm Flybe and there could be an outright purchase or close alliance between the two. After Exeter based Flybe declared itself bankrupt and open for sale, it was in discussions with several airlines including Virgin. Flybe had warned investors last month that…

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Indonesia’s Bali Resort To Ban Use Of Smartphone Around The Pool

Many resorts and hotels depend on various social media comments and posts to attract new guests by inspiring them to visit. The Ayana Spa and Resort from Bali, Indonesia has changed their approach. Their latest program called as “In a Moment” encourages guests to unplug their smartphones and rest of the electric gadgets when they…

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Study Reveals Mannose May Help Manage Cancer

According to a study, a nutritional supplement, mannose, has the potential to deplete the activeness of the carcinogenic cells while boosting the effects of the medicines and other modes of treatment. Mannose is a type of sugar found in some of the fruits like cranberries. This was induced in the bodies of the mice that…

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January 7 has been set as the date for the launch of an uncrewed SpaceX Dragon spacecraft which is the first ever commercial crew test flight. It is all set to begin a series of high-stake missions in 2019. NASA stated in 21st November that Falcon 9’s launch of Crew Dragon spacecraft on Demo-1 mission…

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Drones Will Be Free From Any Noise With Ionic Aircraft By MIT

No matter how environment-friendly in terms of pollution the electric aircraft is, there is still one sort of pollution that they create and i.e. noise pollution. Though, this pollution would have been out of context a long ago. Researchers from MIT have successfully developed and flown an ionic aircraft that gets it to power from…

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FCC Plans To Fight Spam Texts Messages By Categorizing It As Information Service

The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) revealed two plans this week to fight against the scourge of phone spam, even though at least one of those decisions is expected to be controversial. In its declaration, the agency claimed that it aims to officially classify text messaging as an data service, a lawful distinction it claimed that…

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Tim Cook Attacks Tech Firms For Data Hoarding; Defends His Own Firm

Tim cook, the CEO of the tech giant apple, has recently accused several tech firms for many reasons including data hoarding. The man, however, has defended his own company from the claims that are saying that the company has been taking money from Google. According to the reports, the tech giant Google literally pays Apple…

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FB to have independent content moderators from early next year

Following intense pressure by lawmakers and public on Facebook about personal data of users being misused by private players and inability to moderate advertisement content on its platform, the social media giant has decided to make a free governing body to check its content. Last week during a conference call with reporters Facebook confirmed that…

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Oil Falls As Russia Considers On Cutting Of Oil Production

Recently, Alexander Novak—Russia’s Energy Minister—stated that energy ministry is considering probable oil production trimming with local manufacturers. The ministry also plans to talk with the OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) in early December. Russian news agency Prime stated that Novak asserted that the ministry has already discussed it and would persist to discuss…

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Unknown Hackers Attack Italian Certified Email Accounts

Unknown attackers got access to number of Italian licensed mail accounts, comprising those of security officials and magistrates, in a key cyber assault previously this month, a senior executive claimed to the media this week. Certified emails assure the validity of an identity of the sender, as well as the time and date of receiving…

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Google To Add Live Public Comments For Searches Starting With Sports

Google is shutting down its Google + after discovering some of the data privacy flaw, but this should not be at all mistaken as that the search engine giant is not interested in the social features. The crew of 9to5Google has found what is actually appearing in-testing support for the comments on search results. Currently,…

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Google Rolled Out Depth Editing And Color Pop On Photo App Of iOS

A month ago, Google introduces a feature of depth-editing for Google Photos on Android, allowing the android users to edit their portrait photos. After a month, the same feature is now rolled-out in the iOS version. Consider a portrait image you’ve captured, and now with the new feature, you can edit the blurriness of the…

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