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Germany Plans On Cyber Security Research To End Reliance On U.S. Tech

Germany eyes the spot among cyber security leaders and strives to carve an independent space for itself. Germany has revealed its plans of funding for cyber security research as it aims to put a full stop on “its reliance” on other countries like China and the U.S. for digital technologies. The...

Fuchsia will kill Android by 2023: Top 5 facts about the new OS

By 2023, Google plans to completely refuse support of its Android operating system. All the company's devices are going to be transferred to the new Fuchsia OS platform. One of the most common operating systems will cease to exist due to flaws, which cannot be fixed, since they are the basis of the...

New Study Finds Goats Interact More With Happy People

An insight for the first time on the manner in which goats are able to read human expressions has been provided by a new study.   The study has found that goats have the ability to distinguish between the various facial expressions of humans and the researchers have concluded that goats...

More than 32 thousand "smart" houses under threat of hacker attack

More than 49 thousand network protocols MQTT are widely available on the Internet because of incorrect configuration. Among them, more than 32 thousand servers are not password protected, according to a study by Avast, a cybersecurity software developer. "Accessing and managing a smart home is...

Internet addiction and children: Global plague

Parents and officials are concerned about excessive immersion of children and adolescents in the digital world. Anxiety often materializes in prohibitions. At that, experts say there is a positive side in the online activity of young people. In late July, the US Congress began to consider a bill to...

Apple takes up to develop Apple Watch for health monitoring

Apple decided to take a good care of their user’s health: the company announced hiring of new employees who will develop sensors to monitor vital signs. The so-called "wearable devices" is an extremely attractive niche for IT-giants. According to IDC, in the next four years this market will...

Hyperloop is growing in Europe

The high-speed transport system project Hyperloop has commenced a new stage of its development. An agreement to create test sites in Spain and France was signed last week. Experts are sure that in the case of positive results of the first projects, authorities of other European countries will also...

Analysts: US gamers prefer mobile games

According to the American analytical company EEDAR, hardcore gamers in the United States prefer both computer and mobile games. This fact contradicts the generally accepted belief that mobile games are created primarily for casual gamers. In general, according to EEDAR, 67% of Americans (211.2...

Google Assistant Winner Of Head-To-Head Test Of Digital Assistants, Beats Siri And Alexa

More questions were correctly answered by Apple’s Siri compared to Amazon.com’s Alexa or Microsoft Corp’s Cortana during a recent head-to-head test of these smartphone-based digital assistants that was conducted by venture capital firm Loup Ventures. However, after correctly answering 86 per cent...

Animals Can Burn Muscle To Supplement Body Water Needs, Finds A Study

Animals could have the ability to make use of their own muscles to obtain water when there is shortage of water, claims a new research published recently in the Royal Society journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.   "We know about the importance of fat reserves to...
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