Virtual Reality In Space With Microsoft Hololens Glasses

Virtual Reality In Space With Microsoft Hololens Glasses

NASA and Microsoft early today has announce the pair of Hololens glasses Microsoft has wearable holographic computer will make them able to make their way to International Space stations via the SpaceX dragon supply mission launching on Sunday, 28 June. And hence the two are working to develop…

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Science & Technology in Daily Life

Science & Technology in Daily Life

Today you are wrapped by advances in headway as TVs, cell phones, iPods, PCs, fridges and different others that make life more steady to you. The web interfaces you to the world as at no other time by making trades speedier and more clear. Science enables a you not just to know how to utilize yet…

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Sentinel-2a will monitor global food crops

Sentinel-2a will monitor global food crops

The European Space Agency is gearing up for some large-scale experiment. The agency has been pioneer in the launching many interplanetary space probes. The Earth Observation Program’s lead spacecraft was recently placed into the orbit. A Vega rocket carried the spacecraft Named as Sentinel-2a…

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CRTC approaches web clients for help testing broadband rates

CRTC approaches web clients for help testing broadband rates

Not certain your web velocity is as quick as publicized? Canada's information transfers controller needs your assistance in testing web speeds the nation over. The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is searching for volunteers to take part in a task to quantify…

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Interesting view of Microsoft about short Attention spans

Interesting view of Microsoft about short Attention spans

In somewhat more than 10 years, the human consideration compass has dropped 25% - from 12 seconds in 2000 to 8 seconds in 2013 - and is presently 1 second not exactly the consideration compass of a goldfish. At the normal rate of the human consideration compass, and human perusing velocity, you…

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New MacBook Pro 15-inch iMac and 27 Retina

New MacBook Pro 15-inch iMac and 27 Retina

Apple has finally updated its line of laptop and desktop by introducing two new upgrades for the lineup of MacBook Pro 15-inch as well as iMac 5K. Yesterday, some rumors emerged on the Internet stating that Apple has updated two of its flagship computer. The new MacBook Pro 15-inch gets support to…

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The Jupiter made our solar system odd

The Jupiter made our solar system odd

Next time when you are studying about the solar system and wonder why it is such a big mess then the answer is Jupiter. After the study of number of solar systems within our galaxy scientists have reached this conclusion. Jupiter, because of its sheer size may have obstructed the formation of many…

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Saturn’s moon shows signs of life

Saturn’s moon shows signs of life

The human being was always fascinated by the extraterrestrial life. Our popular culture is full of alien movies, comics and novels. Even the scientific community began to verify the possibility of life on every other major body in the space. During the initial days of the space race, scientists were…

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Mars One mission to be delayed by two years

Mars One mission to be delayed by two years

‘Mars One', a nonprofit organization in the Netherlands has been attracting criticism from experts all over the world since its inception. The organization also received a lot of media attention when it announced its aim to establish a human colony on the red planet by 2027. The…

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NASA can make only 3 more nuclear batteries

NASA can make only 3 more nuclear batteries

One of the materials which is extremely rare, is plutonium 238. It is radioactive, hot material, used by NASA to power spacecraft. According to one research, only 35 kg are available to NASA, but only 17 kg can be used. This means NASA will have a serious problem powering spacecraft designed for…

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Smartphone contains your information

Smartphone contains your information

Almost every single person has a smartphone. A few years ago, many people used them just for their main purpose (communication). Today, smartphones are used for almost everything! Their latest feature allows you to pay bills with them. This is very good, because it eliminates the need for carrying a…

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All-in-one cable of the future

All-in-one cable of the future

How many times have you been stressing out when you faced the incompatibility between your cables and devices? The answer to the problem has been found, and its name is “USB-Type C”. An all-in-one cable isn’t anymore just an idea, awaiting to be developed in a problematic project,…

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From Old Batteries to Solar Cells: MIT Engineers Cracked the Recycle Code

From Old Batteries to Solar Cells: MIT Engineers Cracked the Recycle Code

The researchers at MIT have revealed that the discarded car batteries have enough lead in them to give solar panels power for lighting at least 30 homes. This will not only reduce the lead pollution but also utilize it better to provide the solar panels with emissions free power. As per the…

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Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks

Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks

Microsoft Corp has warned its millions of customers that their Windows PC are vulnerable to attacks which exploits “Freak” security vulnerability which had initially believed to only affect Mac computers and mobile devices. On Tuesday this week, the news on the vulnerability of the…

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Smartphones can be tracked by battery use

Smartphones can be tracked by battery use

If you thought that someone can trace you, using GPS or Wi-Fi on your smartphone you were right. So, turning off GPS and Wi-Fi can solve the problem. Actually, no! One study found that your phone can be traced by battery use! The explanation is very simple. Your phone uses more power if it is…

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Virtual Reality In Space With Microsoft Hololens Glasses

Virtual Reality In Space With Microsoft Hololens Glasses

NASA and Microsoft early today has announce the pair of Hololens glasses Microsoft has wearable holographic computer will make them able to make their way to International Space stations via the SpaceX dragon supply mission launching on Sunday, 28 June. And hence the two are working to develop…

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Science & Technology in Daily Life

Science & Technology in Daily Life

Today you are wrapped by advances in headway as TVs, cell phones, iPods, PCs, fridges and different others that make life more steady to you. The web interfaces you to the world as at no other time by making trades speedier and more clear. Science enables a you not just to know how to utilize yet…

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Sentinel-2a will monitor global food crops

Sentinel-2a will monitor global food crops

The European Space Agency is gearing up for some large-scale experiment. The agency has been pioneer in the launching many interplanetary space probes. The Earth Observation Program’s lead spacecraft was recently placed into the orbit. A Vega rocket carried the spacecraft Named as Sentinel-2a…

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CRTC approaches web clients for help testing broadband rates

CRTC approaches web clients for help testing broadband rates

Not certain your web velocity is as quick as publicized? Canada's information transfers controller needs your assistance in testing web speeds the nation over. The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is searching for volunteers to take part in a task to quantify…

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Velodyne Does Not Understand Fatal Uber Crash of the Lidar

Velodyne Does Not Understand Fatal Uber Crash of the Lidar

Federal investigators had their hands full trying to figure out how a self-driving Uber SUV malfunctioned and hit a pedestrian while she was walking her bicycle across an empty, albeit darkened road, in Arizona. The company responsible for making the vision sensor for the Uber car are just as…

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2019 Acura RDX Crossover

2019 Acura RDX Crossover

Acura took full advantage of the 2018 New York International Auto Show, using the event to finally reveal the production-ready version of their all-new 2019 RDX crossover SUV. Their latest SUV was first previewed at the Detroit Auto Show a few months prior. "Quickest, best-handling, and most…

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The new VW Golf GTI

The new VW Golf GTI

The iconic design of the updated Golf has even more charisma with a number of new detailed solutions. The team led by Klaus Bischoff, Volkswagen Head of Design, redesigned the bumpers and, together with engineers, conceptualised new headlights (halogen and LED), new LED tail lights and new wheels.…

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Alfa Romeo - 2018 Mille Miglia - Second Stage

Alfa Romeo - 2018 Mille Miglia - Second Stage

The overnight stay at Milano Marittima was a short one and the caravan was on the move again at first light. The rain, which had been very testing for the crews, especially in Ferrara, had given way to hazy sunshine, greeted with pleasure by the drivers and navigators. The second stage was long and…

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2018 Nissan Leaf - first 100% electric drivetrain

2018 Nissan Leaf - first 100% electric drivetrain

Probably everything has been said about the 2018 Nissan Leaf, especially the fact that it is the first 100% electric drivetrain. After driving it, there are several things to say about it. But first, let's remember a set of facts that still blows us away. Probably the first thing that we noticed…

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BMW and Mercedes pull out of the 2020 N.A. International Auto Show

BMW and Mercedes pull out of the 2020 N.A. International Auto Show

Mercedes-Benz has always been a high-profile mainstay in the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. However, they have decided to pull out of participating to explore new options to fit their needs. This was announced by sources at the German carmaker. "We have to look at whether a…

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Loughborough Univ. Has System to Reduce NOx from Diesel Engines

Loughborough Univ. Has System to Reduce NOx from Diesel Engines

Diesel engines take a lot of flak for their dangerous NOx emissions. Apparently, that will be a thing of the past soon. That's what a British research team at the Loughborough University in Leicestershire, England believes after designing a new system that can not only reduce NOx emissions from…

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2019 Honda Is Aiming for 55 mph City Driving

2019 Honda Is Aiming for 55 mph City Driving

Breaking into the electric car market has not been easy for Honda. Most, if not all, of their releases have yet to come close to edging out their main competitors Hyundai, Kia, and Toyota. However, the 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid is a game-changer that might finally give Honda a chance to find its…

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New SunFriend Personal UV monitor

New SunFriend Personal UV monitor

The SunFriend Personal UV monitor is a highly customizable device that allows you to protect yourself against excessive sun exposure. This new invention will become an essential part of your beach holidays. UVA-B SunFriend is the world’s first wearable monitor that indicates when you have had…

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The Asus Transformer 3 for PCs

The Asus Transformer 3 for PCs

One important aspect that designers looked for when creating the Asus Transformer 3 was lightweight and durability. But it definitively does not stop there. When you look at the design and performance you note that the possibilities with this beauty are practically endless. The fact that it is so…

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R2-D2 USB car charger

R2-D2 USB car charger

A few years ago, devices were anything but good looking and slow. The same thing applies to any kind of electronics that you had, but luckily things are changed. Now, most devices that you use are not only useful, but they can also be artful. This is the case of the R2-D2 USB car charger. This…

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