• April 16, 2024

San Francisco Will Become The First US City Devoid Of e-Cigarettes

San Francisco is the first city of the US city that has announced to not only ban the e-cigarettes’ sales, but also the production and distribution of these vaping products within the city premises. Based on the preliminary voting results, city administrators collectively decided to approve the e-cigarette ban. However, the FDA (Food and Drug…

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Researchers Find A New Target To Cure Parkinson’s Disease

A team of researchers from the School of Veterinary Medicine conducted a novel study, in which they recognized a protein in the body that can break down compounds into MTPT-like chemicals inside the brains. The compounds are derived from the alkaloids present in specific foods and tobacco, which trigger a neurodegenerative disorder in mice. The…

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Parsons Has More Mergers, Acquisitions On Card

Parsons Corporation, after acquiring GSIF (Geospatial Intelligence Firm) OGSystems, is hunting for more firms to purchase. Its’ further acquisition would enhance its’ ranking among the companies in space technology. The company completed its initial $534 million public offering in the month of May. During the firm’s 1st earning call after the offering on June 18,…

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NASA Contractors Agree With Recent Cost Estimate Of Artemis

NASA head has given the estimate cost for NASA’S exploratory program, Artemis. An additional amount of $20million-$30million is being added in the project to develop lander capability so that humans can land. The companies have agreed with the recent estimate in order to aid safe landing of humans. Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator, has explained that…

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Uber Threatens To Withdraw Business From Austria

In a recent news update, UBER technologies CEO stated that they will withdraw their business from Austria, for the amendment of the constitution, they are inclined at. According to the coverage made, it had been a free gateway for UBER earlier to set their rates. In Austria, there were two categories of cabs – the…

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Twitch Takes Legal Action To Identify Trolls That Posted Violent Content

Twitch, the Amazon-controlled game streaming service, is taking legal action against anonymous trolls who published a series of illegal and harmful content, comprising the Christchurch shooting, on the service late previous month. If the firm verifies these people, they aim to ask the court to ban them from employing the service and oblige them to…

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Telecom Giant Huawei Says Trade Ban Caused Decline In Revenue

Huawei the telecom giant has been one of the worst hit from the trade war between the U.S. and China. The impact from the U.S. trade ban has affected the company more than expected, says the CEO. The telecom giant had earlier reported that its revenue for the first quarter had risen by 39 percent…

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Study Reveals Greater Protein Intake Increases Life Expectancy

A study published in the journal BMJ suggests that an increased intake of processed red meat increases the mortality risk by 13 per cent. Previous studies had concluded the link between consumption of red meat and cardiovascular problems and the recent study strengthens those findings further. The report published was drawn from observations collated by…

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Google Purportedly Stealing Song Lyrics; Genius Charges It As Unfair And Anticompetitive

Genius, a website of music-annotation based in Brooklyn, analyzes and transcribes lyrics of the popular songs and uploads on its website. It claims that Google is stealing lyrics of some songs and showing them on its search results. The company has also sent notices to Google back in 2017, and recently in April. According to…

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Sprint And T-Mobile To Get Approval From US Department Of Justice

T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger has been on and off for quite some years. According to some sources, it is back in news as The Department of Justice prepares to pass the deal. The approval from The Department of Justice would be a big step for the two companies while they want to stand against AT&T…

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Boeing Not Averse To A Changed Name For Its 737 Max

According to the latest news, Boeing has planned to rename its infamous 737 Max aircraft. During one of the press events, Greg Smith said that the aircraft manufacturing company might change the name of its aircraft. Greg Smith also said that the Company will do whatever it can to restore the faith of customers on…

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Amazing Story Of Google CEO; A Story Of Resilience And Top Intelligence!

During one of his recent press interviews, Sundar Pichai said that after his family installed a telephone in the house, neighbors use to come in and call their relatives. Till Pichai moved to America to study at Stanford University he didn’t had a computer system. After graduating from Stanford, Pichai attended Wharton School, there he…

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