NASA scientists fly over Greenland to track melting ice NASA scientists fly over Greenland to track melting ice

The fields of rippling ice 500 feet below the NASA plane give way to the blue-green of water dotted with irregular chunks of bleached-white ice


Some Apple laptops banned from airline flights for fire risk Some Apple laptops banned from airline flights for fire risk

 Federal safety officials have banned some Apple laptops from airline flights after Apple recalled the batteries because they could catch fire


Facebook workers listened to Messenger conversations Facebook workers listened to Messenger conversations

Hundreds of workers were paid to transcribe voice recordings of Facebook users, it has emerged


US scientists find how brain cells regulate memories in mice study US scientists find how brain cells regulate memories in mice study

The US scientists have mapped a part of the molecular machinery that helps the brain maintain long-term memories


Saturn will get closer to the moon tonight Saturn will get closer to the moon tonight

From August 9 the Moon appear very close to Jupiter and Saturn


Google Question Hub: Will help publishers provide answers to unanswered queries Google Question Hub: Will help publishers provide answers to unanswered queries

In order to access Question Hub, publishers will be required to link their account to verified properties in the search console. Those publishers who do not have a search console account, Google says that there are other options available


NASA’s eye-movement test to detect sleep loss NASA’s eye-movement test to detect sleep loss

NASA has developed a test which uses a range of eye movements to detect acute sleep deprivation in people


Life on Moon is now possible Life on Moon is now possible

Studies reveal that life on the moon is now possible, but only for Earth's toughest creatures who can survive extreme conditions


Facebook offering 'millions' to publishers for news Facebook offering 'millions' to publishers for news

Facebook is reportedly in talks with news publishers to offer "millions of dollars" for the rights to publish their material on its site


Scientists create shape-changing robot controlled by light, magnet Scientists create shape-changing robot controlled by light, magnet

Scientists in the United States developed a kind of remotely-controlled soft robots that can move to a targeted position and be reconfigured into new shapes


WhatsApp flaw 'puts words in your mouth' WhatsApp flaw 'puts words in your mouth'

A team from cybersecurity firm Checkpoint has demonstrated how the tool can be used to alter the text within quoted messages


Scientists grow bioengineered mini human livers to study therapies Scientists grow bioengineered mini human livers to study therapies

Scientists in the United States for the first time grew genetically modified miniature human livers to test therapeutics for human liver diseases


Hordes of Earth's toughest creatures may now be living on Moon Hordes of Earth's toughest creatures may now be living on Moon

The non-profit is dedicated to spreading backups of human knowledge and Earth's biology throughout the Solar System, a quest it likens to the creation of an "Encyclopedia Galactica" first evoked by sci-fi writer Isaac Asimov


Apple invites select users to apply for its credit card Apple invites select users to apply for its credit card

An iPhone has to be updated to iOS 12.4 or later to sign up for the credit card


BTRC cancels 124 VSP licences BTRC cancels 124 VSP licences

Of the VSPs, 106 failed to pay government dues and renew licences in time. Licences of 18 VSPs could not be renewed as they failed to properly submit applications


Japan’s NEC successfully made the first test flight of ‘flying car’ Watch Japan’s first test flight of a ‘flying car’

Companies around the world are racing to be the first to launch self-flying vehicles


Astronauts going to Mars could suffer memory loss and anxiety Astronauts going to Mars could suffer memory loss and anxiety

While NASA plans to send humans to Mars in just 16 years, a new study has warned about the effects of…


Apple takes lion's share of tablet market in Q2: report Apple takes lion's share of tablet market in Q2: report

Apple Inc. continued to lead the global tablet sector, with its market share reaching 38.1 percent in the second quarter of the year


Japan's NEC shows 'flying car' hovering steadily for minute Japan's NEC shows 'flying car' hovering steadily for minute

Japanese electronics maker NEC Corp. on Monday showed a "flying car," a large drone-like machine…


Palak for joint efforts to face increased cyber threat Palak for joint efforts to face increased cyber threat

The State Minister for ICT Division stresses more discussions on cyber security, challenges in government and non-government organisations as well as at personal level


Scientists create shape-changing robot controlled by light, magnet Scientists create shape-changing robot controlled by light, magnet

The study published on Friday in the journal Science Advances described the soft robots made of a polymer embedded with magnetic iron microparticles, and controlled by light and magnetic fields


Dmoney named as the Top 10 most convenient wallets Dmoney named as the Top 10 most convenient wallets

APAC Business Headlines highlights the role Dmoney is playing to shift towards a digital Bangladesh. Dmoney was co-founded by Sonia Bashir Kabir, and Aref Bashir, both Silicon Valley returnees


Uber, BRAC tie up to train driver on road safety Uber, BRAC tie up to train driver on road safety

Ridesharing Company Uber has partnered with BRAC to train up the driver partners on road safety as part of its recently launched campaign


Apple and Google stop workers playing back voice recordings Apple and Google stop workers playing back voice recordings

Apple and Google are temporarily stopping workers listening to voice recordings captured by smart speakers…


HC rules for ensuring safe internet for children HC rules for ensuring safe internet for children

High Court issued a rule asking authorities concerned to explain as to why it shall not pass order to ensure safe internet for children.


YouTube 'King of Random' dies in paragliding accident YouTube 'King of Random' daredevil dies

The 38 year old, whose channel had 11 million subscribers with billions of views, failed to return from a trip in Utah on Monday


Apple gets lift from services, offsetting iPhone weakness Apple gets lift from services, offsetting iPhone weakness

 Apple on Tuesday delivered stronger-than-expected results in the just-ended quarter as growth…


NASA’s TESS discovers its tiniest ‘World’ to date NASA’s TESS discovers its tiniest ‘World’ to date

None of these worlds lie in the star’s habitable zone, the range of distances where liquid water is possible on the surface. They may have the potential to host Venus-like atmospheres, though


Hawaii scientists denied access to existing observatories Hawaii scientists denied access to existing observatories

Protests against construction of a giant telescope have halted work at existing observatories on the Big Island


TikTok owner ByteDance developing smartphone TikTok owner ByteDance developing smartphone

TikTok is the fastest-growing social media app, with about 500 million regular users


Australia to police tech giants' algorithms Australia to police tech giants' algorithms

The idea is to reveal how these companies match adverts to users


US teenager wins $3m as Fortnite world champion US teenager wins $3m as Fortnite world champion

A US teenager has won a record-breaking $3m (£2.4m) to become world champion of the computer game Fortnite


YouTube needs 'new set of rules and laws': executive YouTube needs 'new set of rules and laws': executive

The video-sharing platform YouTube is striving to block those who would use it to promote racism, hate…


WhatsApp to launch digital payments service in India WhatsApp to launch digital payments service in India

Messaging giant WhatsApp plans to launch its first payment service this year in India, its biggest market with 400 million users


Tulsi sues Google for $50 million for stifling her 2020 US presidential campaign Tulsi sues Google for $50 million for stifling her 2020 US presidential campaign

Tulsi Now Inc, the campaign committee for Gabbard, said Google suspended the campaign’s advertising account for six hours on June 27 and June 28, obstructing its ability to raise money and spread her message to potential voters


Australian watchdog calls for controls on Facebook, Google Australian watchdog calls for controls on Facebook, Google

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has welcomed the report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission


China makes first successful private orbital rocket launch China makes first successful private orbital rocket launch

Chinese state media says a Beijing-based rocket developer has become the country's first private company to successfully complete an orbital launch


Samsung Galaxy fold 'ready' for launch after screen fix Samsung Galaxy fold 'ready' for launch after screen fix

Samsung said it had made "improvements" to the nearly $2,000 (£1,603) device which would be sold in "select markets"


Record Facebook fine won't end scrutiny of the company Record Facebook fine won't end scrutiny of the company

Republican commissioners wishs a list included specific punishment for Zuckerberg, strict limits on what data Facebook can collect and possibly even breaking off subsidiaries such as WhatsApp and Instagram

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