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Technology companies are thinking about introducing holograms into everyday work

IT companies, including Microsoft, Google and WeWork, have been busy creating technology to enable the use of holograms in everyday communication. This could help employers who are gradually bringing employees into the office from a remote location. Tech companies are thinking about creating...

Trains in Germany to switch to wind and solar energy

German trains are to be completely switched to renewable energy sources. The emissions from Germany's rail system will be kept to a minimum by 2038, Deutsche Welle (DW) writes. Germany's main national railway operator, Deutsche Bahn (DB), intends to switch all locomotives running in the country to...

Nissan to build two plants to produce batteries for electric cars

Japanese automaker Nissan Motor is investing more than 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) to build two new plants to produce batteries for electric cars. This was reported by Nikkei Asia newspaper. One of Nissan's new plants will be set up in Japan and the other in the UK. Production at both sites is...

Study Finds Increasing Gap Between Gap Of Two Covid-19 Vaccines Can Help Reduce Deaths

A predictive modelling study has revealed that a delaying of the second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine for people who are younger than 65 years could help in reducing the number of people dying of the disease.   Even as the Covid-19 pandemic is continuing in many parts of the world, the debate...

Nvidia will limit ability to mine Ethereum on new graphics cards

Nvidia will limit the ability to mine Ethereum cryptocurrency on its new RTX 3080, 3070 and 3060 Ti graphics cards. This is so that the graphics accelerators can "get into the hands of gamers" and not just to crypto-enthusiasts, the company explained. Nvidia will limit the ability to mine Ethereum...

Clubhouse launches an Android app in the US

Clubhouse has released the official beta version of the app for Android devices. For now, it is only available in the US, but users from other countries can pre-register on the social network's Google Play page to be notified when it is available in their region. Voice social network Clubhouse has...

Study Claims Countries Unintentionally Reporting Less Carbon Emissions Than Actual

According to researchers of a latest study, a gap has been detected which represents the amount of climate warming carbon emissions that is reported by countries and the actual amount of such emissions that reach the atmosphere as found by independent models. According to the scientists that...

After Emergence Of Blood Clot Reports, J&J Reportedly Asked Vaccine Rivals For Help

After receiving complaints of reports of blood clots, Johnson & Johnson had asked for help from its three rival Covid-19 vaccine makers to investigate the reports. However, the company was refused help by both Pfizer and Moderna, claimed a report published by the Wall Street Journal on Friday...

DJI's new drone gets 5K resolution camera

China's Da-Jiang Innovations (DJI), the world's largest manufacturer of consumer drones, has unveiled the Air 2S aerial drone. It will be the successor to the DJI Mavic Air 2 model. Technically, the novelty repeats the last year's model: the quadcopter has retained the folding design and 3,500 mAh...

Apple postpones MacBook and iPad releases due to lack of chips and displays

Apple has been forced to postpone the release of some MacBook laptops and iPad tablets due to component shortages. This was reported by Nikkei Asia citing informed sources. According to them, the problems with the production of MacBook are associated with a global shortage of chips. Automotive...
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