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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...

The future of private flights at Farnborough air show

The Farnborough air show 2018 was attended by more than 100 countries. Total amount of deals concluded there reached $ 192 billion. But Farnborough is not only a rivalry between Boeing and Airbus and an endless series of signed contracts. Traditionally, the British air show displays the latest...

Experts Want To Fix Problem Of AI Hurting People Of Color And The Poor

While great opportunities are brought in by new technology, so does multiple problems.   Smartphones for example, has enabled pocketing of access to infinite knowledge but it has also brought in the problem of tech addiction.    And it is similar with artificial intelligence,...

New Study Claims Astrobiologists Locating Possible Life On Moon In Its Life Time

Even though the Moon is uninhabitable today, there could have been two windows earlier when there could have bene life there, suggested American and British scientists.   The first window could have been soon after the Moon was created from a debris disk four billion years ago while the...

Wreck Of Russian Ship Rumoured To Have 5,500 Boxes Of Gold Found Near South Korean Island

Rumoured to be filed with 5,500 boxes of gold bars and coins said to be worth US$133 billion, the wreck of the fabled Dmitrii Donskoi, a Russian warship that sunk in 1905, was discovered off the South Korean island of Ulleungdo by divers.   Lying at a depth of 434 metres about 1.3km off...

Gene Editing of Human Embryo Could Find ‘Moral’ Grounds: UK’s Ethics Council

A new report on the ethical aspect of gene alteration in human reproduction sparked mixed remarks. An ethics panel of Britain thinks that altering DNA in the human embryos with the help of gene editing technologies could be “morally permissible” as long as its social impacts are “carefully...

Baidu comes up with a self-driving bus

The Chinese company Baidu, which also owns the same search engine, announce release of the first hundred buses with the unmanned driving technology. "The Apollo 3.0 self-driving bus, run by Apollo 3.0, will soon appear on the roads of China and abroad," said Baidu CEO Robin Li, speaking at the...
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