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US to supply Ukraine with long-range missiles reaching 300km             China urges lifting of Ďillegal unilateral sanctionsí against Syria            Russia says Armenian troops in Nagorno-Karabakh begin surrendering weapons            China ready to work for regional peace with South Korea: President Xi             Ukraine says Russian naval commanders killed in Crimean HQ during missile attack             Martyr Morteza Avini as the pioneer of Iranís Sacred Defense cinema             Pakistan: We will put pressure on the Taliban for the right to education for girls and the rights of Afghan women             UK recession risk grows with cost-of-living crisis hitting businesses            Poland to send older weapons to Ukraine to fulfill existing agreements: President            Meet Claudia Sheinbaum, the Nobel Laureate Set to Become Mexicoís First Female President            Trump Reportedly Refused to Wear COVID Mask Because It Ruined His Makeup             Calls to reopen girlsí schools in Afghanistan continue            Tajik President Remarks on Intra-Afghan Dialogue, Inclusive Govt            Thomas West: ĎWe Need to Keep Women, Girlsí Issues Front and Center            Iraq reiterates its rejection of foreign combat presence on its soil            


Microsoft buying Activision Blizzard in all-time record deal

image1 © Pavlo Gonchar / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images Microsoft has announced it will acquire the scandal-ridden game studio behind ‘Diablo’ and ‘Call of Duty’ for an impressive...



Texas sues Meta over facial recognition

The attorney generalís office in the southern US state claims that Facebook violated usersí privacy rights A lawsuit was filed against Facebook, which changed its company name to Meta last year, on Monday by the Texas attorney generalís office, alleging the social media corporation violated state...




Drones flying over Mars could cause Saint Elmoís fire, NASA says

© NASA / Jay Friedlander The electric currents generated by the whirling blades could make the air in the Martian atmosphere glow A team of NASA scientists conducted research to investigate how electricity could build up on the rotor blades of drones, causing the Martian air to glow. This phenomenon...




NASAís new space telescope nears destination in solar orbit

The James Webb Space Telescope Mirror is seen during a media unveiling at NASAís Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt, Maryland, on November 2, 2016. (Photo by Reuters) NASAís James Webb Space Telescope, designed to give the world an unprecedented glimpse into the earliest stages of the universe,...




NASA warns that Russia module may be isolated from rest of space station

© NASA Officials warned that the section could cause problems for the whole of the ISS A Russian International Space Station (ISS) module has been experiencing air leaks and may need to be permanently isolated from the rest of the facility, NASA has announced. Robyn Gatens, the space agency...




Earthís core cooling faster than expected

Rapid cooling of planetís core may lead to earlier shut-down of crucial tectonic processes © Getty Images / De Agostini Picture Library A critical tectonic process between the core and surface layers may be shut down earlier than anticipated The Earthís molten interior is cooling faster than...




Microsoft buying Activision Blizzard in all-time record deal

© Pavlo Gonchar / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images Microsoft has announced it will acquire the scandal-ridden game studio behind ‘Diablo’ and ‘Call of Duty’ for an impressive $68.7 billion Microsoft has revealed it will purchase Activision Blizzard, the game...




Mystery on Moonís dark side solved

Chinese rover got close-up shot of ‘mysteriousí lunar object A Chinese rover has finally made it close enough to explore an oddly-shaped object spotted on the far side of the Moon last year. The discovery was dubbed ‘mystery hutí online. The image of a gray cube-shaped object on the Moonís...




Ex-NASA head explains what could make Mars and Venus habitable

Illustration of Mars and the Sun © pixabay / GooKingSword Former NASA director James Green says the two planets could be ‘terraformedí using shields to protect them from the Sun Building a magnetic shield between the Sun and Mars could protect the planet from solar particles that erode...




ĎArtificial Suní hits record temperature

The Chinaís nuclear fusion device íHL-2Mí tokamak, nicknamed the íArtificial Sun. © Getty Images / VCG A clean energy experiment known as the ‘Artificial Suní reached a temperature of 70,000,000C, and held it for more than 17 minutes, during trials in China. The program aims to mimic natural...




Telecom giants reject calls to halt 5G rollout

© Getty Images / MARK GARLICK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY 5G rollout in the US to go on as planned despite concerns it could interfere with aircraft electronics AT&T and Verizon Communications have rejected calls by the US aviation authority to delay the introduction of 5G networks amid concerns...




Chinaís íman-made suní sets new world record

Chinese scientists have set a new world record by achieving a 1,056 second-long operation of a "man-made sun". The breakthrough was made on Thursday during the latest round of experiments at the experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST), or Chinaís "man-made sun". The scientists achieved...




Elon Musk denies hogging space

FILE PHOTO: SpaceX founder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks on a screen during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, June 29, 2021 © Reuters / Nacho Doce Billionaire SpaceX CEO insists thereís enough room in space for "tens of billions of satellites" Elon Musk has rejected complaints...




China slams US over space stationís íclose encounterí with Elon Muskís satellites

The file photo shows a model of the Chinese space station Tiangong orbiting Earth. China says the United States is ignoring its obligations under outer space treaties and endangering the safety of astronauts, following two "close encounters" between a Chinese space station and satellites operated...




Largest-ever group of Ďrogueí planets discovered in Milky Way

Young Free Floating Planets in their parent nebula. © YouTube / Herve Bouy 70 wandering ‘rogueí planets the size of Jupiter in Milky Way are largest group ever discovered Astronomers have found dozens of ‘rogueí exoplanets roaming the Milky Way without a parent star to hold them...




Paralyzed man with brain chip posts Ďfirst direct-thoughtí tweet

© Reuters / Kacper Pempel / Illustration A company that implants neural computer interfaces into the brain says a patient with a nervous system disease that left him motionless was able to share a post on social media by just thinking it. A 62-year-old man in Australia diagnosed with amyotrophic...




$10 billion James Webb Space Telescope successfully launched by NASA

Arianespaceís Ariane 5 rocket with NASAís James Webb Space Telescope onboard lifts up from the launch pad, at the Europeís Spaceport, the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, on December 25, 2021. (Photo by AFP) The worldís most powerful space telescope on Saturday blasted off into orbit,...




2022 will start with a bus-sized asteroid approaching Earth

© Pixabay / urikyo33 The beginning of 2022 will be marked by a large asteroid approaching the Earth. NASAís classifications provide a clue on whether we should be worried. According to the US space agency, Asteroid 2014 YE15, first discovered in 2014, will approach Earth at a distance of around...




China fires up its artificial sun

© Pixabay.com A new round of nuclear fusion experiments for an advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST), or "Chinese artificial sun," kicked off at the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science this month, Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday. According to the instituteís vice director, Song Yuntao,...




Los Angeles Comic Con held in-person (Video)

Los Angeles Comic Con, one of the most diverse and celebrated pop culture events in the United States, was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in early December, signaling a return to full-scale in-person events. Los Angeles Comic Con had been held annually since 2011, but was canceled for 2020...




Elon Muskís rocket debris flying towards International Space Station

Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp, speaks during a news conference at the National Press Club. © Brendan Smialowski / Getty Images A fragment from a SpaceX rocket stuck in orbit around the Earth is set to pass close by the International Space Station, Russian mission controllers...




Western tech giants have five weeks to open branches in Russia before sanctions applied Ė regulator

A total of 13 foreign tech companies, including Google and Apple, must open branches or legal entities in Russia before the yearís end in order to continue to operate advertising in the country, Moscowís regulator said on Monday. The internet giants, including Twitter and Mark Zuckerbergís newly created...




Tech giant insists its workers may now speak freely about pay, conditions

FILE PHOTO: Apple Store employees greet customers, Palo Alto, California, US, September 20, 2013. © AFP / Justin Sullivan US tech giant Apple has affirmed its employeesí right to talk about their pay and working conditions. The step comes as a result of its staffís consolidated efforts to protect...




US lawmakers introduce bill to rein in Apple, Google app stores

A new Senate bill targeting US app stores seeks to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google by banning restrictions on app developers. (File photo) A bipartisan trio of senators has introduced a bill that would seek to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google. The...




US whistleblower Snowden, privacy advocates blast Appleís photo scanning plan

US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and other privacy advocates speak out against Appleís plan to scan user photos for child abuse imagery. (File photo) Former US National Security Agency member and whistle-blower Edward Snowden, along with other security experts and privacy advocates, has censured a controversial...




Massive EA Games hack began with cyber thieves posing as employee on Slack

The Slack Technologies Inc. logo is seen on a banner outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during thew companyís IPO in New York, US June 20, 2019. © REUTERS/Brendan McDermid The group of hackers who swiped source code from game company Electronic Arts pulled off the stunt by tricking EAís...




Australiaís largest dinosaur identified as new species

Australian scientists have confirmed the discovery of one of the largest dinosaur species ever in Eromanga, outback Queensland. Formally named Australotitan cooperensis meaning "the southern titan" the plant-eating sauropod lived between 92 million and 96 million years ago, when Australia was attached...




Microsoft to unplug Explorer as it seeks edge in browser war

Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) is pulling the plug on its once omnipresent browser, Internet Explorer, next year as it prepares to battle market leader Chrome with its slicker Edge browser. Launched in 1995, Internet Explorer became the dominant browser for over a decade as it was bundled with Microsoftís...




Parler returns to Appleís App Store with ĎPGí version as platform begins hate speech crackdown on iOS only

Conservative-friendly social media site Parler has made a comeback on the Apple App Store, reappearing on the platform with beefed up ‘hate speechí filters after it was pulled in the wake of the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. The social network was reinstated on the App Store on Monday, with...




New species of crested dinosaur identified in Mexico

A team of palaeontologists in Mexico have identified a new species of dinosaur after finding its 72 million-year-old fossilized remains almost a decade ago, Mexicoís National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) said on Thursday. Reuters reported the new species, named Tlatolophus galorum,...




China completes historic Mars spacecraft landing

An uncrewed Chinese spacecraft successfully landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday, state news agency Xinhua reported, making China the second space-faring nation after the United States to land on the Red Planet. The Tianwen-1 spacecraft landed on a site on a vast plain known as Utopia Planitia,...




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