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Christie's to hold its first cryptocurrency auction

A digital work Everydays: The First 5000 Days by artist Mike Winkelmann, known by his pseudonym Beeple, will be sold by Christie's auction house for Ethereum crypto-currency, Bloomberg reported, citing representatives of the house. This is the first time Christie's has announced an auction using...

Scientists Develop Bracelets That Can Convert Human Body Heat Into Energy

Scientists have developed a wearable device that has the technological ability to use the human body to power itself and hence do not use batteries. This technological development could be e very interesting one for the fans of the dystopian movie The Matrix.   Reflecting the use of enslaved...

Analysts warn of possible leak of Clubhouse user data to China

The US-based Internet Research Center has identified a vulnerability in social networking site Clubhouse that potentially allows Chinese authorities to access user data. The social network promised to add "additional encryption" to audio files. The Stanford Internet Observatory (SIO) Centre for...

89% Efficacy Shown By Novavax Cobid-19 Vaccine In UK Trials

Trial results of a new virus against Covid-19 in the United Kingdom have showed an efficacy rate of 89.3 per cent. This new vaccine called Novavax is the first one that that has shown its effectiveness against the new virus variant found in the UK in trials.    Welcoming the "good...

WHO Covid-19 Investigation Team Ends Quarantine And Starts Virus Origin Mission

The investigation team that is in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus pandemic, tasked with finding the facts about the origins of the virus that caused the Covid-19 pandemic from the World Health Organization completed its mandatory quarantine period and is ready to...

User data collection vulnerability is found in TikTok

A vulnerability has been found in TikTok's Find Friends feature that could allow attackers to collect users' personal data: phone number, nickname, user ID and profile pictures, Check Point said. The breach also gives access to some profile settings, including the ability to hide the profile and...

Carbon Footprint Increases By Leaving Camera On During Video Calls, Streaming Videos In HD: New Study

There can be an increase in carbon emissions by leaving a computer's camera on during video calls, claimed a study from a United States based University.   Between 100 to 150 grams of carbon dioxide can be emitted during videoconferencing or streaming for an hour, found a study conducted by...

Japan to deploy unmanned fighter jets by 2035

Japan has embarked on the development of unmanned fighter jets to be operational by 2035, the Financial Times (FT) reports. It is noted that the development of unmanned fighter jets in Japan is aimed at equalizing the military parity with China, the air force of which is markedly superior to the...

Japan's NEC Launches A Face Recognition Tech That Can Identify Even With A Mask

A facial recognition system that has the capability to identify people even if they are wearing masks has been launched by Japan’s NEC Corp. this new technological innovation is a sign that technology too is being adapted to cater to the new normal in which face coverings and masks have become a...

Pfizer Vaccine May Take Ten Days Before Protection Is Developed In The Body

A health worker in California tested positive for COVID-19 following a week of vaccination. Just after a week of taking COVID-19 vaccine for Pfizer, a Californian nurse tested positive for the same. The vaccine that was given was developed by Pfizer Inc. however, a medical expert defended the...
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