• April 16, 2024

Mars Can Be Made Habitable By Frozen Smoke Material, Scientists Find

Even though there have not been revealed any possibility of breathing on the Red planet, humans have already considered the prospect of living one day on the Mars. But the difficulty with this idea is that, life-threatening circumstances are experienced by Mars, which might make the existence of human beings unbearable. Among them, there are…

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Space X demo tests Falcon 9 as it gears for cargo launch

SpaceX fired Falcon rocket at CC station on Friday, lighting up 9 Merlin engines while restraints chained it to the floor. This rocket will take off on Wednesday for resupplying the ISS. The launch will be at 2224 GMT, which will bring the CC station into the ISS’s orbital plane region. A Dagon capsule which…

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NASA funds help Arizona University Researchers in building cubesats

Arizona University researchers will be using $3 million in NASA funds for researching asteroid environments and providing students from minority backgrounds opportunities for operating, designing and building CubeSats. This project was chosen through NASA’s MIRO program. UA has received over $8.2 million via cooperative agreements from MIRO. Erik Asphaigh of UA LPL stated that asteroid…

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Waymo Tests Free WiFi, Music To Lure Potential Customers

Various amenities are being rolled out by Waymo to nudge riders towards their self-driving cars. Now, it is providing WiFi services in its driverless taxis in Phoenix, which has been operational since December. Ad-free streaming for music has been around since April via Play Music. Waymo has also installed car seats for children in minivans,…

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Apple’s New iPhone In 2020 Likely To See Surge In Demand, Thanks To 5G

iPhones launching in 2020 could provide an impetus for growth in Apple’s flagship devices, as per a JP Morgan note, released on Monday. Samik Chatterjee of JP Morgan stated that they were expecting better specifications for upcoming iPhones. It was estimated at least 4 new models next year, leading to its positive outlook. Apple usually…

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I Fully Intend Serving My Four-Year Term, Says Fed Chair Powell

A rate cut can be expected soon due to the economic turmoil across the globe, says Powell. The trade war has caused a lot of financial upheavals which has slowed down growth in many countries. Interest rates have to be cut to save the economy, said, President Trump The Fed Reserve is the most powerful…

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Qualcomm Slapped With $272m Fine By EU For Overpricing Baseband Chips

An investigation that dates back to over a decade now has finally come to haunt Qualcomm. European antitrust investigation had launched a probe against Qualcomm for allegedly using abusive pricing to get its primary rival, Icera, out of the market. After years of speculations, the EU has finally decided to slap Qualcomm with €242 million,…

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Study Finds, Medical Mistakes Harm One Out Of Every Twelve Patients

Rendering to a new study, nearly one out of every twelve patients all over the world undergo damage due to medical mistakes and half of the errors can be avoided. Unfortunately, these mistakes can be prevented, but leave for nearly 12% of patients they distress dead or permanently disabled. Miscalculations, errors caused by human beings,…

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Mobile Game Streaming Platform Hatch Now Available In The UK

When it comes to streaming games, it is not just the likes of Google, Microsoft, and Sony who are making an effort to capture attention of the players. There is a mobile-based alternative as well, and it is now accessible in the UK. Hatch joined hands with Vodafone for its authorized roll out in the…

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Microsoft Teams Beats Slack With 13 Million Daily Consumers

Microsoft is lastly disclosing exactly how many users are employing its Slack rival Microsoft Teams. The software manufacturer claims that over 13 Million users are employing Microsoft Teams every day, along with over 19 Million weekly active consumers. This is the first time Microsoft has disclosed an active user count, and the firm’s earlier update…

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The New Explorers Of Space Are Robots And Not Humans

We all know that, fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong visited the moon, it was an inspirational moment for folks all over the world. But additional type of explorer is accountable for much of the modern enthusiasm for the exploration of space. According to Emily Lakdawalla, who is a self-described interplanetary specialist at the Planetary…

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Falcon Heavy Fans Will Have To Wait For The Next Launch Till Late 2020

All SpaceX missions involving Falcon Heavy have been successful till date. It also has further contracts with Viasat, Inmarsat and US Air Force for further missions as well. All of them will be launched at KSC, which is equipped for Falcon Heavy. The next mission is by the US Air Force, named AFSPC-44 and will…

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