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BIG ISSUE: Google sharing data with US forces

BIG ISSUE: Google sharing data with US forces

At a time when concerns over data collection and breach by tech majors are on the rise, it has been reported that US law enforcement officials have been turning to a particular Google database called “Sensorvault” to trace location and other data of people as part of their investigations. The database, that is otherwise maintained

Study reveals impact of space travel on astronauts

Study reveals impact of space travel on astronauts

Scientists have found no long-lasting, major epigenetic differences in astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space aboard the International Space Station (ISS), and his twin brother, Mark Kelly, who remained on Earth. Epigenetic changes involve chemical “tweaks” to DNA that can influence gene activity, but the changes don’t affect the underlying genetic code

Boeing cuts 737 production after Max crashes

Boeing cuts 737 production after Max crashes

Boeing is temporarily cutting production of its best-selling 737 airliner in the continuing fall-out from crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia.The production will drop from 52 planes a month to 42 from mid-April, Boeing has said in a statement. The decision is a response to a halt in deliveries of the 737 Max — the model

Countdown begins for defence satellite Emisat launch

Countdown begins for defense satellite Emisat launch

The countdown for the Monday morning launch of a new variant of the Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) carrying electronic intelligence satellite, Emisat for the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) began on Sunday, the Indian space agency said. According to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), the countdown began at 6.27 a.m. at

Google letting Android users create events on Maps

Google letting Android users create events on Maps

Google is letting Android users create public events on Maps through the app’s existing Contribute section, allowing them to set name, location, date and time of the event along with tags and images.”You can add public events to Google Maps from your Android phone or tablet,” the search-engine giant wrote on the Maps support page.

‘Science at the Sabha’ to be held in Chennai

‘Science at the Sabha’ to be held in Chennai. Chennai-based The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), as a part of its outreach programme to the common man, will organise four talks on various aspects of science on February 11, said an official. According to the official, the event called as “Science at the Sabha” will

China launches three commercial remote sensing satellites

Beijing, Nov 21: China launches three commercial remote sensing satellites. China launched three remote sensing satellites on Tuesday designed to improve observation capability to promote commercial use for the remote sensing industry, authorities said.The three satellites — Jilin-1 04, Jilin-1 05 and Jilin-1 06 — were launched at 12.50 p.m., from Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre

This technology may speed up home Internet

New York, Oct 22, A new technology promises to speed up slow Internet at home, say researchers, adding that the new hardware can enable speed up to 10,000 megabits-per-second (Mbps) or 10 gigabits-per-second (Gbps). For a super-fast yet low-cost broadband connection at home in Britain, the new receiver technology can enable dedicated data rates at

Electricity from tears could power biomedical devices

London, Oct 3 (IANS) In a finding that could lead to a non-toxic way to power biomedical devices, scientists have discovered a way to produce electricity from tears. The researchers observed that crystals of lysozyme, which is a model protein that is abundant in tears as well as in the egg whites of birds, saliva

Use Science and Technology to solve problems: PM Modi

Use Science and Technology to solve problems: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasize that science, technology and innovation are the keys to progress and prosperity of India. He said to the officials to make a mechanism to solve the legal problems on priority basis. He also added government has specific target to apply the science in the field by 2022. He asked officials

Applying science solve problems priority Prime Minister

Applying science to solve problems is a priority: PM

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Applying science solve problems priority Prime Minister. New Delhi, July 19  Applying science to solve the country’s problems is a priority for the government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said and asked officials to come up with specific targets

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Bacteria that may egg on colon cancer

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Bacteria that may egg on colon cancer. Streptococcus gallolyticus spurred growth of some colon cancer cells in lab dishes and in mice, researchers report July 13 in PLOS Pathogens. S. gallolyticus stimulates a biochemical chain reaction that scientists already

Drone will deliver your food within minutes

The drone era is upon us. In what could appear as a scene from a Hollywood sci-fi, drones will soon be dropping your favourite cuisine right at your roof top or in the garden area, within minutes of you ordering it.With a prominent online food portal preparing to launch its unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to

NASA's sounding rocket creates colourful artificial clouds

NASA’s sounding rocket creates colourful artificial clouds

NASAs sounding rocket creates colourful artificial clouds. NASA has successfully launched a sounding rocket that created colorful artificial clouds visible in the US skies. The NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket was successfully launched yesterday, from the US space agency’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, after being delayed multiple times over the last 30 days.During the

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We Should Proud The Achievements In Science And Space Field- Modi

In the End Of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ Prime Minister Modi Said That If We Should Feel Proud On Yoga, Then We Should Also Proud The Achievements In Sports And Space Science.He mention that two days ago ISRO with the help of 14 countries launched 30 Nano Satellites, which is very helpful In Farming, dealing with

Alibaba founder Jack Ma predicts the future of Working Environment

Alibaba founder Jack Ma predicts future Working Environment. Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba has predicted that three decades from now people will work much, much less than they do today. According to him People will work four hours a day only and may be four days a week.Jack Ma shared the instance when his grandfather

Here Are 7 Reasons Why The New OnePlus 5 May Restore Its Flagship Killer Status After All

The OnePlus 5 was just launched globally, after months of rumours hinting at the new flagship’s specifications. The smartphone is already up for pre-order in certain countries, with shipments beginning today. India, meanwhile, will see a special launch event on June 22, with purchases available starting the same day. The OnePlus 5 is available in

Tesla driver killed using an Autopilot mode, ignored several warnings

A man killed in a crash last year while using the semi-autonomous driving system on his Tesla Model S sedan kept his hands off the wheel for extended periods of time despite repeated automated warnings not to do so, a U.S. government report said on Monday. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released 500 pages

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls.A new system by University of California, Santa Barbara researchers Yasamin Mostofi and Chitra R. Karanam uses two drones, a massive Wi-Fi antenna, and a little interpolation to literally see through solid walls.The system is two-fold. The one drone blasts Wi-Fi through the structure and another picks up

Electric Multicopter will take to the skies in Dubai later this year

Electric Multicopter will take to the skies in Dubai later this year.Volocopter, a German aviation startup formerly known as E-volo, just announced that it inked a deal with Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority to begin testing its 18-rotor multicopters as part of a flying taxi service later this year. The news further cements the city’s