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Airbus: Passenger hybrid aircraft to take off before 2035

To reduce CO2 emissions, the European aircraft manufacturer has set a technological breakthrough with electric motors, green hydrogen and E-Fuels synthetic fuels. The European aerospace concern Airbus Group has decided to actively join the global fight to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “Green air...

Ocado To Introduce ‘Mini Robotic Warehouse’ With Standard Productivity

Ocado’s new technology at warehouse could reduce the risks, hasten deployment, and offer further possibilities. Ocado is an online grocer platform in Britain, which will be starting its first ever “‘mini’ robotic warehouse”. The new venture will be located in western England’s Bristol by 2021; this...

AB InBev’s Piled Up Alcohol Is ‘Too Good to Waste’

Residual alcohol to find place in environment friendly detergent of Ecover. Soon our dish washer detergent could carry “leftover alcohol” as suggested by the “world’s largest brewer” and an “environmentally friendly detergent firm”.  Anheuser-Busch InBev faced a problem with leftover alcohol...

Ericsson Mobility forecasts nearly fourfold increase in mobile traffic by 2025

The average monthly traffic consumed by users by 2025 will reach 24 GB from the current 7.2 GB, the Ericsson Mobility Report states. "Due to the rapid development of the 5G ecosystem in the next six years, the number of connections to 5G networks will exceed 2.6 billion. The average traffic...

Elon Musk: We received 146,000 orders for Cybertruck

Tesla’s founder Elon Musk said that the company has already received 146 thousand orders for its new electric car, the Cybertruck pickup. The American company Tesla, specializing in electric cars, presented on Friday night its new product - the Cybertruck pickup. The design is modeled on the Blade...

Google turns the screws on political ads

Google is introducing changes to the rules for placing political ads on its platforms. According to the company, such a decision was made out of considerations of the need to "strengthen the confidence of voters in political advertising." The changes will affect Google sites around the world....

Apple to come up with AR glasses

In 2023, Apple intends to release its first “smart” glasses that will use augmented reality technology. The manufacturers hope that this technology will replace smartphones, computers and televisions with glasses. Apple plans to release a headset and AR (augmented reality) glasses in the coming...

WEF: Big data regulation becomes a problem

Development of new technologies will not lead to technological unemployment, but workers and consumers will need new tools to protect their rights in order to resist manipulation attempts by corporations with increasingly large amounts of data. This issue has been widely discussed at the expert...

Israeli Firm Accused Of Spying By WhatsApp, Lawsuit Filed Against It

Israeli technology firm NSO Group has been sued by WhatsApp over allegations that the Israeli firm had used the Facebook-owned messaging service for undertaking campaigns of espionage on journalists, human rights activists and others.   Approximately 1,400 “target devices” were attempted to...

Google Used Quantum Computer To Solve Complex Problem

Is Google inching towards turning quantum computing into reality? Google reported that it has managed to successfully solve “a complex problem” in minutes with the help of “a quantum computer”. If the same problem was given to take the present computer generation even “most powerful supercomputer”...
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