NASA Activates Deep Space Atomic Clock

NASA Activates Deep Space Atomic Clock

The Deep Space Atomic Clock of NASA was successfully activated previous week and is now all set to start a year-long technology demonstration, confirmed the concerned mission team on August 23. Launched in the month of June, the atomic clock could help pave a new way for deep space travel. Besides, if the demonstration proves […]

Apple Releases iOS 12.4.1, Fixing Major Security Bug

Apple Releases iOS 12.4.1, Fixing Major Security Bug

Apple has made up for the previous week’s humiliating mistake by releasing an emergency iOS security patch on Monday. The new update fills a hole which the company unintentionally had reopened previously with its iOS 12.4 update. The all new iOS 12.4.1 version fixes a vulnerability found by security researchers that allowed jailbreak, an issue […]

Johnson & Johnson opioid ruling explained – the key points.

Johnson & Johnson opioid ruling explained – the key points

Johnson & Johnson has recently been ordered by the Oklahoma judge to pay up a fine of $572 Million, given its role in the increase of opioid epidemic in Oklahoma. This landmark ruling shall come with a wide-range of consequences for similar opioid makers, pharmacy chains, and distributors that have been facing 1000s of lawsuits […]

Dell delivers first true Chromebook Enterprise laptop, 2-in-1

Dell delivers first true Chromebook Enterprise laptop, 2-in-1

Chromebooks, the Chrome OS based laptops have been an essential part of global tech market. These devices have also entered the education sector along with a massive response from business world. On Monday, Dell announced its very first Chromebook Enterprise Two-in-One along with a laptop that will help solidify the business presence for Chrome OS. […]

Invasive monster tumbleweeds are coming to bury us

Invasive monster tumbleweeds are coming to bury us

Tumbleweeds tend to look fluffy and soft from distance. However, if you hit one, you will surely learn how spiky and woody they can be. A new giant tumbleweed species is currently taking a toll over the United States. This hybrid plant known as Salsola ryanii tends to grow way bigger than the parent plants. […]

New threat from ocean acidification emerges in the Southern Ocean

New threat from ocean acidification emerges in the Southern Ocean

The oceans covering our Earth serve as the carbon sink for the planet. Till date, they have managed to absorb as much as 40 percent of the carbon emissions released due to anthropogenesis. A major section of this CO2 emission has been absorbed by the oceans towards the Southern periphery of the globe. This has […]

Baidu overtakes Google in global smart speaker market

Baidu overtakes Google in global smart speaker market

Chinese search giant Baidu is now the world’s second biggest vendor of smart speakers, according to a new report from Canalys. The research firm says Baidu overtook Google to capture 17.3 percent of the global market with 4.5 million shipments in the second quarter of 2019, representing staggering year-on-year growth of 3,700 percent. Amazon remains the […]

New Mexico house party shooting leaves 3 dead, 4 wounded

New Mexico house party shooting leaves 3 dead, 4 wounded

Three people were killed and four others were wounded at a house party shooting in New Mexico over the weekend. Bishop Henderson, 19, was arrested Sunday in connection with the deadly shooting that occurred earlier that day in Hobbs, police said. Henderson was charged with aggravated battery, but police in the southeastern New Mexico town […]

Israeli researchers are using 3D printing technology to help rebuild coral reefs

Israeli researchers are using 3D printing technology to help rebuild coral reefs

Researchers at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Bar-Ilan University have been collaborating on a project to help rebuild coral reef systems around the world, using a 3D printing model to create artificial coral structures, according to research published by the universities. Coral reef systems are being continuously […]

Burning food can’t count as recycling, according to Murphy veto

Burning food can’t count as recycling, according to Murphy veto

Turns out Gov. Phil Murphy thinks there’s more to recycling food than just burning it. On Friday, the governor announced a conditional veto of a controversial bill that had originally been designed to curb food waste in the Garden State — but was given major loopholes for landfills and incinerators in last minute amendments. It was those […]