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With the purpose of keeping the standard of having the safest and most complex airspace in the world, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration released in August a series of regulations for the lawful use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or “drones”.…

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While companies are silent on whether rumors over the use of technology to automatically delete extremist content from their sites, it has been confirmed that they have met with the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) to adopt similar measures that Google, Microsoft, and Internet Service Providers used…

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Astro-H satellite, also known as “Hitomi”, was a satellite sent by Japan´s space agency on February 17 to study black holes. The idea was primarily to study X-rays emitted by them. However, on March 26, contact with the satellite was lost. This brought all Japanese most brilliant…

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If you’ve ever owned a PC, odds are pretty good that at some point you’ve been a victim of malvertising. This is when you visit a website, and it installs a program onto your computer. Often, this happens without the user being aware of it. As many of us have experienced, these programs…

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Fraud is an issue in our modern society that we just cannot escape. Many people know of identity theft, online scams, and other measures of deception online, but what is bot fraud? Can robots really be fraudulent? Yes, robots can be created to steal identities online and pose many other threats to…

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As the word itself suggests, cellphone spyware or spy software is precisely that: spying on a target phone in such a way that a person can have access to practically all cellphone activity. Now, it sounds like NSA would have access to all your activity and completely strip us of our privacy. This is…

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People already accept the fact that every human being is an individual with his or her own personality and idiosyncrasies; even twins or multiple children born from the same womb differ and are totally unique. Although fingerprints have long been used as identifiers, a new study has proof that even…

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Google on Thursday said the self driving prototype cars that it came up with has been taken to the road in the silicon valley city at the mountain view where it has its headquarters located at. So do not get alarmed on meeting pod like vehicles that are trotting in these mountain view. They have the…

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Wellbeing Technology is use of made learning and aptitudes as contraptions, techniques, immunizations, structure and structures made to manage a wellbeing issue and overhaul nature of lives. This circuits the pharmaceuticals, gadgets, datebooks and part structures utilized as a touch of wellbeing…

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Apple Mac Book Air 13 inches The recent 13-inches Mac Book Air from Apple is one of the top ultra portables which is fast and much more powerful. It has proven that some of the things do not have to change to grab the attention of people. Apple Mac Book Pro 15 Inches Retina Display The latest…

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The blood tests are nightmare for the children and adults as well. For some people, even the thought of thrusting a needle into their skin sparks the wave of fear. The lengthy blood tests which take forever to conclude result keeps patient in danger by delaying the treatment. The scientists have…

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Within some years, smart phones have started ruling in our lives – 50 % people in UK are smart phone users. We are much inclined towards touchscreens, applications, and smart phone. However, much more technology yet to come in upcoming years. Bendy screens The next generation phones will have…

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The individuals behind the CA space are requesting that Canadians test their web association speed as a major aspect of a crowdsourcing undertaking to gauge the well-being and execution of the nation's web. The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) would like to get "an…

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“A smartphone has been used to automatically detect wriggling parasites in blood samples,” a new study has shown. In Africa two parasitic diseases, river blindness and elephantiasis are a huge problem which is currently affecting millions of people and both these diseases can be treated…

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Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) in November 2013. The orbiter successfully completed its journey in September last year and orbiting around the Mars since then. The official mission period was only six months, but now ISRO officials informed that the…

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Three astronauts, one American and two Russian have landed at the International Space Station for a year long probe. This was a joint exercise by NASA and its Russian counterpart after a year that saw tensions among the two countries over matters in Ukraine.The three astronauts have been sent to…

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Plans are underway at Microsoft to create an advanced version of Apple’s Siri using research from “Einstein” (an artificial intelligence project), Reuters reported on Friday. According to Reuters, Microsoft will put the new version of its “personal assistant” Cortana…

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Scientific discipline is look for the actual outstanding knowledge. Technological know-how is the employment of controlled knowledge to make fresh individual factors. Scientific Experts check out the entire world close to people. These experts observe factors function as well as develop ideas…

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The first ever for human kind, the Philae lander has become the first ever spacecraft to land safely on a comet after travelling through space for more than ten years and covering a distance of some 4 billion miles. “We are there and Philae is talking to us,” confirmed Philae Lander…

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We all remember Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, saying that their goal is building a rocket - that can be used as a propulsion method - which can be refurbished and used multiple times. Today for each launch a new rocket is needed, which is partly why space travel is so expensive. The reusable rocket will…

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The second quarter loss for amazon.com has been much more intense and uglier than it was anticipated. The stock of the online giant has crashed down more than 10% in the after-hours trading which is leaving the investors worried. However, Amazon had the revenues reach over $19 Billion mark and they…

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New FAA drone regulations

With the purpose of keeping the standard of having the safest and most complex airspace in the world, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration released in August a series of regulations for the lawful use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or “drones”.…

Companies to Block Extremist Videos

While companies are silent on whether rumors over the use of technology to automatically delete extremist content from their sites, it has been confirmed that they have met with the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) to adopt similar measures that Google, Microsoft, and Internet Service Providers used…

Japan abandons lost satellite

Astro-H satellite, also known as “Hitomi”, was a satellite sent by Japan´s space agency on February 17 to study black holes. The idea was primarily to study X-rays emitted by them. However, on March 26, contact with the satellite was lost. This brought all Japanese most brilliant…

Malvertisers use digital fingerprints

If you’ve ever owned a PC, odds are pretty good that at some point you’ve been a victim of malvertising. This is when you visit a website, and it installs a program onto your computer. Often, this happens without the user being aware of it. As many of us have experienced, these programs…

What is Bot Fraud?

Fraud is an issue in our modern society that we just cannot escape. Many people know of identity theft, online scams, and other measures of deception online, but what is bot fraud? Can robots really be fraudulent? Yes, robots can be created to steal identities online and pose many other threats to…

What is cellphone spyware & who uses it?

As the word itself suggests, cellphone spyware or spy software is precisely that: spying on a target phone in such a way that a person can have access to practically all cellphone activity. Now, it sounds like NSA would have access to all your activity and completely strip us of our privacy. This is…