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Study: Third of US kids wake up at night to check their smartphones

Common Sense company has published results of a study conducted in the US. The paper refers to the growing dependence on smartphones of both children and adults. Earlier, smartphones just distracted people from the surrounding reality, but now it’s about the fact that many people are not even able...

Deepfake AI Technology Used By Researchers To Bring Mona Lisa ‘To Life'

Researchers specializing in artificial intelligence have virtually brought to life the subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting.   This was exhibited in a video that was created with the help of AI in which her head, eyes and mouth were seen to be moved by the model in the...

China is developing technology to capture greenhouse gases

China has long overtaken the United States as the world's largest source of emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. According to data collected by the European Union, in 2017 in China, 10.877 billion tons of CO2 was emitted into the atmosphere, writes Asia Times. Most of China’s CO2...

IEA: The growth of renewable energy is slowing

In 2018, the total use of renewable energy sources amounted to about 180 gigawatts (GW). According to the IEA, the volumes on an annualized basis have not grown for the first time since 2001. 180 GW of clean energy is a huge amount, but this is not enough. According to IEA estimates, this is about...

Google introduces new smartphone and beta Android Q

Google introduced Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones at the I/O 2019 conference, and also spoke about new developments in machine learning and software, including a new beta version of Android Q and updates to Google Assistant. Traditionally, Google represents the main software development at the...

SpaceX’s Dragon Crew Capsule Test Met With Anomaly

NASA and SpaceX jointly investigate the anomaly at “SpaceX Static Fire Test”. The SpaceX Company has experienced an irregularity while it was conducting “engine tests” for one of its “Crew Dragon capsules”. The incident took place in Florida’s “Cape Canaveral Air Force Station”.   In a...

New Security Study Finds Millions Use 123456 As Password For Email Accounts

A very recent study has found that easy-to-guess passwords on sensitive accounts are being used by millions of people.   123456 was found to be the most widely-used password on accounts that had been breached, found analysis of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). The gap in...

The Devastating Panama Disease Could Spell Extinction For Bananas

A deadly tropical disease that has impacted a number of crops across the globe can be the cause for the complete extinction of bananas, warn health experts and scientists. According to multiple reports published for some time now, incidents of the disease – known as the Panama disease, have been...

Walmart to hire 4 thousand robot cleaners

People have become accustomed to how smartphones help them in their daily lives. Now it's time for larger, less intelligent, but equally indispensable helpers, according to Walmart. The world's largest chain of stores - American Walmart - plans to conduct significant automation of retail space this...

Samsung Galaxy Fold: Expensive but fragile

Samsung Galaxy Fold raised a lot of questions at the presentation, the main one of which was its durability. How strong should be the glass that has to be bent and unbend several times a day? The suspicions were fully justified - journalists report that the Galaxy Fold breaks down almost on the...
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