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Chinaís Wuhan comes back to life after two-month lockdown            Rouhani: Iranís health infrastructure ready for possible COVID-19 spike            Russia slams latest US pressure on Venezuela amid epidemic as ítool of genocideí            Four die on cruise ship stranded off Panama, two test positive for COVID-19            íThe future of the European project is at stakeí: EU in crosshairs of coronavirus pandemic             COVID-19: Italy reports record daily death toll of over 900 as Ireland announces lockdown            US military alarmed by coronavirus trend in several states            UK government promises freelancers payouts during coronavirus pandemic            Turkey accuses Saudi Arabia of concealing coronavirus cases among pilgrims            UAEís bin Zayed expresses support to Syria in phone call with Pres. Assad            Fears of domestic violence rise as millions in Europe confined over virus             US virus cases exceed 100,000, doctors decry scarcity of drugs and equipment            IMF chief says world is in recession, containment will dictate strength of recovery             Coronavirus Cases Reach 110 in Afghanistan            US Space Force launches first mission amid virus outbreak            

Oceans were hottest in recorded history in 2019: Study

The worldís oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as man-made emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earthís climate. image1 Oceans...



Iranian firm supplying much needed test kits amid coronavirus surge

An Iranian company starts supplying 10,000 coronavirus test kits to the labs across the country. An Iranian pharmaceutical company has started supplying coronavirus test kits amid a reported shortage for the much-needed diagnostics for a pathogen that has set off a global pandemic. Vahid Yunessi, the...




Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates leaves board of directors

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates Microsoft on Friday announced that co-founder Bill Gates has left its board of directors to devote more time to philanthropy. The 64-year-old stopped being involved in day-to-day operations at the firm more than a decade ago, turning his attention to the foundation he...




Okay Google, Find Aliens! How UFO Fans Use Tech Giantís Services to Find ETs in Antarctica

In December, UFO fans were engaged in heated debates over a huge mysterious hole in Antarctica. The humongous structure, which users thought was an entrance to a secret military base, first appeared in 2007, but disappeared shortly afterwards. Twelve years later it reappeared on Google Maps. It seems...




Record-breaking NASA astronaut returns to Earth

NASAís Christina Koch returned to Earth safely Thursday having shattered the spaceflight record for female astronauts after almost a year aboard the International Space Station. Koch touched down at 0912 GMT on the Kazakh steppe after 328 days in space along with Luca Parmitano of the European Space...




New telescope reveals sunís surface in closest detail yet

Images from a powerful new telescope installed on top of a volcano in Hawaii show the surface of the sun in the closest detail yet, revealing features as small as 30 kilometers (18 miles) across. They were captured by the National Science Foundationís (NSF) Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope, which...




Secret that helps some trees live more than 1,000 years

Researchers in the US and China studied growth rings taken from inside the trunks of 34 healthy ginkgo trees. The trees ranged in age from 15 to 667 years old. They found that the ginkgos didnít stop growing as they aged, although the rings grew thinner. They found that, no matter what their age,...




Oceans were hottest in recorded history in 2019: Study

The worldís oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as man-made emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earthís climate. Oceans absorb more than 90 percent of excess heat created by greenhouse gas emissions and...




NASAís Mars 2020 rover set to hunt Martian fossils, scout for manned missions

A NASA robotic rover is nearing completion ahead of a journey next year to search for evidence of past life on Mars and lay the groundwork for the space agencyís mission to send humans into deep space. The US space agency on Friday showed off its Mars 2020 rover, whose official name will be chosen...




Facebook to prevent installation of its apps on Huawei phones

Facebook has decided to prevent the installation of its applications on Chinese-made Huawei phones, joining a pressure campaign underway by the United States government on the Chinese telecom giant. Facebook announced the decision on Friday, adding, however, that it will not affect users who...




Facebook chooses London for WhatsApp payment

Facebook has chosen London as its base for a payment system on WhatsApp, its mobile messaging service confirmed Wednesday, highlighting the capitalís attractiveness as a fintech hub despite Brexit strains. The Financial Times said that WhatsApp would hire about 100 staff, with most of the required...




Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo looks to Dubai as international launchpad

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo on Wednesday unveiled its RENO line of devices and chose the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the stage for the international launch. The company, which ranked 4th in worldwide sales in the final quarter of 2018, is now targeting the Middle East, and in particular...




Google targeting Press TV for challenging íUS hegemonyí: Journalist

Historian and journalist Brecht Jonkers says the unprecedented US pressure campaign against Iran and Googleís targeting of Iranian alternative media without prior notice are "intrinsically linked" and politically motivated. Jonkers was asked by Press TV on Friday about possible grounds for Google...




US intelligence says Huawei funded by Chinese state security: The Times

US intelligence agencies have accused Huawei of being funded by Chinese state security, adding to the list of allegations faced by the Chinese technology company in the West. The CIA accused Huawei of receiving funding from China’s National Security Commission, the People’s Liberation...




Instagram deletes pages of IRGC commanders after US blacklisting

Instagram has blocked the pages of commanders of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), over a week after the United States blacklisted the elite military force. The blocking spree by Facebook’s sister photo and video-sharing networking service began after the US designated...




Facebook spends $22.6 million to keep Mark Zuckerberg safe

Facebook Inc. more than doubled the money it spent on Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerbergís security in 2018 to $22.6 million, a regulatory filing showed on Friday. Zuckerberg has drawn a base salary of $1 for the past three years, and his "other" compensation was listed at $22.6 million, most...




Scientists find likely source of methane on Mars

The mystery of methane on Mars may finally be solved as scientists have confirmed the presence of the life-indicating gas on the Red Planet as well as where it might have come from. In the 15 years since a European probe reported traces of the gas in the Martian atmosphere, debate has raged over...




US government seeks Facebook help to wiretap Messenger: Reuters

The US government is trying to force Facebook to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect’s voice conversations in a criminal probe, three people briefed on the case said, resurrecting the issue of whether companies can be compelled to...




Facebook ínot aware of any abuseí of data by phone makers

Facebook has said that it does not know of any privacy abuse by cellphone makers who years ago were able to gain access to personal data on users and their friends. The social media leader said on Monday that it "disagreed" with the conclusions of a New York Times report that found that the device...




Facebook seeks to limit effects of new EU privacy law

If a new European law restricting what companies can do with people’s online data went into effect tomorrow, almost 1.9 billion Facebook Inc. users around the world would be protected by it. The online social network is making changes that ensure the number will be much smaller. Facebook members...




Indian Scientist Finds Way to See Wormholes in Space-Time

A wormhole is a theoretical passage that cuts through space-time, which could create shortcuts for long journeys across the universe. Indian physicist Rajibul Shaikh from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research has determined that a certain class of rotating wormholes, which...




Moon Colonization: Why Do We Want It and What Technologies Do We Have?

Scientists are convinced that humankind is capable of turning the Moon into a space outpost: people have cosmodromes, heavy carrier rockets, space modules and lunar rovers. Sputnik reveals what is behind the human desire to conquer space and what challenges colonizers may face on the way. New...




Iranís Leader, senior officials stop using Telegram messaging application

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has stopped using the Telegram messaging application in a show of support for domestic versions and in line with the country’s national interests. The website for the preservation and publication of the works of ...




New species of frog found in Colombia-Venezuela border areas

Scientists have discovered a previously unknown species of frog in border areas between Colombia and Venezuela. The multi-colored frog, which also has a distinctive song, was found in the Perija mountain range shared by the two countries over the past decade. The new species, living in rivers and...




EU issues ultimatum for Facebook to answer data scandal questions

The European Union has issued an ultimatum for social network giant Facebook to explain how the US-based firm would deal with the aftermath of a recent scandal that involved the loss of private data of its users. In a Tuesday letter addressed to Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl...




Germany demands answers from Facebook over data breach

Justice Minister Katarina Barley said the Cambridge Analytica scandal bombarded users with hate speech. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been called to answer questions in the UKís criminal probe into the data breech. Germanyís Justice Minister Katarina Barley said on Thursday that she was seeking...




Climate change could wipe out over half of wildlife in Earthís forests by 2100: Study

Over half of the wildlife in the world’s most biodiverse areas could vanish by the end of the century if efforts are not exerted to combat climate change, a new study predicts. According to the results of a new research, conducted by the World Wildlife Fund, University of East Anglia and...




British scientist Stephen Hawking dies at age 76

The world-renowned British scientist, Stephen Hawking, has passed away at age 76, a family spokesman says. Hawking was one of the brightest stars in the firmament of science, whose insights shaped modern cosmology and inspired global audiences in the millions. His family released a statement...




Vodafone, Nokia to bring LTE into space by installing first 4G network on Moon

The Earth’s sole natural satellite, the Moon, will get its first mobile network next year as Vodafone Germany and Nokia plans to bring the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) into space by installing a 4G network on our closest celestial neighbor, enabling high-definition streaming from the lunar landscape...




New model suggests contrary to dominant model Moon emerged before Earth

A new theory has suggested a different source of origin for the Moon, the Earth’s sole natural satellite, which seems to stack up well against the dominant giant impact model. It says unlike the favored former theory, our rocky moon formed before our cosmic home emerged in its current appearance. The...




Google to use balloons to give Puerto Rico cell service

The US Federal Communications Commission said late on Friday it had approved Alphabet Incís application to provide emergency cellular service to Puerto Rico through balloons. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico has struggled to regain communications services. The FCC said on Friday that...




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