October, 2017

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Google parent turns on internet balloons in Puerto Rico

Enabling texts, emails and basic web access to AT&T customers  Balloons were launched from Nevada and floated to the area Two have already arrived and are operational, with several more on their way  By Associated Press Google’s parent Alphabet says its stratospheric balloons are now delivering the internet to remoteRead More

Countless Mysterious Stone ‘Gates’ Found in Saudi Arabia’s Desert –

Google Earth has now unlocked the gates to historical mysteries across the globe. For many years, professional and amateur archaeologists have used the search engine’s satellite imagery to detect mysterious earthworks at Kazakhstan, Roman ruins, a abandoned fortress at Afghanistan and much more. In the last ten years, Google EarthRead More

For £760 anyone can track your location

People can easily track someone else’s location and learn what apps they use Individuals who purchase ads could see the types of apps their target was using People used the mobile advertising ID (MAID) to track the target’s mobile phone Importantly, the target does not have to click on or engageRead More

Senators Demand Online Advertisement Disclosures as Tech Lobby Mobilizes –

WASHINGTON — Senator John McCain and both Democratic senators proceeded on Thursday to induce Facebook, Google and other online companies to disclose who’s buying online political advertisements, following revelations which Russian-linked operatives purchased deceptive advertisements in the run-up into the 2016 election free of disclosure needed. However, the tech business,Read More

Volcanoes Helped Violent Revolts Erupt in Ancient Egypt –

The Ptolemaic Kingdom has been a booming period in Egypt’s early history, almost 3 years out of 305 B.C. into 30 B.C. which watched the reign of Queen Cleopatra VII and also the building of the Great Library and the Lighthouse of Alexandria. But throughout the time there were aRead More

The Way the Frightful Five Place Start-Ups at a Lose-Lose Situation –

The technology giants are too significant. But what exactly? Has not that always been the situation? As the guys who operate Silicon Valley is going to be the first to inform you, a firm’s size does not matter {}. For each lumbering Goliath, there are two or one brighter, quickerRead More

Highways England trials using sunflower oil on potholes

It costs more than £88 million to fill potholes in England’s roads every year Road bosses believe cooking oil costing around £1.15 a litre may be a solution Oil’s ability to ‘stick’ asphalt back together may increase road lifespan by a third  By Victoria Allen Science Correspondent For The DailyRead More

Google’s Pixel 2 Smartphone Is a Powerful Extravagance –

The previous smartphone I analyzed was that the first Apple iPhone, that culminated from the cell revolution back into 2007. At the moment, I did not just give the apparatus a rave. Fourteen days later waiting in queue for hours away from the San Francisco Apple Store and paying forRead More

How sugar feeds cancer and makes it harder to treat

In 1920, a German scientists called Dr Otto Warburg discovered that cancer cells rapidly break down sugars without producing much energy To this day we still don’t understand the phenomenon – known as the Warburg effect  But now a nine-year study has identified how sugar traps cancer in a ‘viciousRead More

LIGO Detects Fierce Collision of Neutron Stars for Your Very First Time –

Here is the narrative of a gold rush at the skies. Astronomers have heard and seen that a set of dead celebrities float, giving them the very first glance of what they call a “cosmic forge,” in which the planet’s stones were minted countless years back. The crash rattled space-timeRead More