According to scientists, this is the purest air in the world

Scientists claim that they have found the world’s cleanest climate, free of pollutants produced by human activities, over the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica. In a first-class analysis on bioaerosol composition in the Southern Ocean, Colorado State University researchers identified an atmospheric area which remains unchanged by human activity. The climate and weather are closely […]

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‘Bheem’ app users leak more than 72 lakh data, the biggest fraud committed by cyber criminals

About 72.6 lakh records related to the users of the mobile payment app ‘Bhima’ went public on a website. Security researchers have discovered this. According to the report by the VPN review website ‘VPNMentor’, the data made public includes name, date of birth, age, gender, home address, caste, Aadhaar card details and other sensitive information. […]

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MTA calls for improvements in operating hours and refuses federal communications to stop the Metro as New York reopened in June

“Our rail and bus network is healthier and better than ever in history as we sweep and disinfect during the day,” MTA President Patrick Foye said, opposing the federal suggestion that private buses be used. To defend against new pathogens. Yesterday the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) issued the declaration, refusing advice from the Federal Centers […]

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Online companies are the future of retail

The future of the US post-pandemic retail sector is linked both with firms that largely sell products online and with traditional department store chains. For now, investors in Wall Street are already placing their bets on e-commerce retailers and shops that have made online sales a name for themselves. It means negative omens for store […]

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A US energy company announces bankruptcy

The U.S. shale oil company Unit Company, headquartered in Oklahoma, announced on May 22 that it has filed for the reorganization and restructuring of its obligations under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, in an effort to regain competitiveness. The cumulative debt of the oil industry reaches $650 million and the firm agreed to […]

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The peso is selling at its highest point out of hope in more than two months before reopening

After several weeks of confinement to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the Mexican peso appreciated at its highest pace since mid-March on Tuesday, fueled by global optimism over the reopening of many economies . The local currency exchanged at 22,1554 dollars, up 1.68 per cent from 22,5342 pesos on Monday’s Reuters benchmark price. “In the financial […]

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Smart vacuum, humidifier and more: Honor launches to the market for appliances

Honor launched Honor Option, its latest products based on the Internet of Things growth. In this way, Huawei ‘s Chinese sub-brand is getting into selling smart home products. The business showed a YouTube broadcast of its latest creations. The Chinese company manufactures those headphones completely wireless. They are powered by new synchronous binaural technology and […]

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Facebook strengthens Messenger security

The new functionality ” will help millions of people potentially avoid dangerous interactions and scams, without compromising their privacy, ” said Jay Sullivan, director of privacy and security product management at Facebook. The system was already implemented in March on phones that run on Android (Google) and will be implemented this week on iPhones (Apple). ” Too […]

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Very strange: the magnetic field is weakening in parts of South America

The  magnetic field is vital for Earth , without it there would be no life on the planet since it protects us from the powerful solar rays . It is made up of an ocean of superheated spiral liquid iron that lies 3,000 km below our feet. We know that this field is not static and varies greatly in strength and direction . New studies reveal that the position of the […]

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Huawei P40 Pro: know the functions offered by the camera of the new Chinese mobile

The camera application of the Huawei P40 Pro offers the same simple navigation that has characterized the series. Too bad we don’t have the editable tabs yet. The main functions are photo, portrait, night, video, professional, aperture and “more”, where are the other specialized functions such as “slow motion”, “fast camera”, “high resolution”, “underwater”, among others. Now let’s see […]

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Filtering images of HTC’s wireless headphones, whose design closely resembles Apple’s AirPods

Images of the new wireless headphones from the Taiwanese company HTC, which seem to be very similar to Apple’s AirPods, have been leaked online.HTC sent the images of its new product, called ‘U Ear’ , to the National Communication Commission of Taiwan (China) for certification, a document it has already obtained, reports the Android Community portal. The ‘U […]

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The video conferencing war: Microsoft wants to defeat Zoom, Google and Facebook with this Skype integration

Microsoft announced the integration of its Skype video calling application with the features of Microsoft Teams , the collaborative platform for team communications within a company that competes against Zoom, Google Meet, and other popular environments. When it comes to technology, there are firms that weigh within corporate environments. Microsoft is one of the largest in collaborative tools, but it has been quickly displaced by […]

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Making preparations: SpaceX transported the Crew Dragon to the launch pad in Florida

Activities prior to the release continues at a good pace at the Kennedy Space Center of NASA in Florida. The teams prepare for the upcoming takeoff of the Crew Dragon capsule that will take astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station. The SpaceX spacecraft is scheduled to launch on May 27 at 3:33 p.m. m . (Peruvian time), this mission marks the first astronaut flight fully organized by the United States since the […]

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NASA scientists find evidence of a parallel universe where everything is upside down

In science fiction books , the existence of parallel universes is a constant that repeats itself normally. However, in real life, this postulate does not have strong evidence to show that they exist. Despite them, many scientists consider that they are likely to be real , so they continue to search for information through tests around the world.Through the Antarctic Impulse Transient Antenna (ANITA) , Peter Gorham and several […]

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Uber to cut 3,000 jobs and close 45 offices

Less than two weeks after laying off thousands of employees, on-demand driver company Uber is cutting some 3,000 more jobs and closing 45 offices. The news, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal on Monday, May 18, was revealed to staff via email on Monday by Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber’s chief executive. This is one more attempt by the […]

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Australia and China are locked in a diplomatic spat after the government has demanded a coronavirus investigation

If trade with China declined as ties reached new lows over the coronavirus crisis, Australia’s economy will be ‘decimated,’ experts have warned. The calls by the federal government for a ban on wet markets and an investigation into the source of the virus-as well as persistent reports that China was covering up the spread-have infuriated […]

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Twitter introduces new labels, warnings to fight COVID-19 rumours

Twitter on Monday started introducing new labels and warning messages that will provide additional context and information on some tweets containing disputed or misleading information related to COVID-19. Twitter said it will take action based on three broad categories: These include “misleading information” — statements or assertions that have been confirmed to be false or misleading […]

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Microsoft launches ‘Back2Business’ solutions for SMBs in India

Microsoft announced on Tuesday the introduction of new technologies designed to help small and medium-sized Indian businesses (SMBs) sustain business continuity and embark on their journeys towards cloud adoption in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. In addition to addressing near-term problems through products around Windows Virtual Desktop and Microsoft Teams, there are bundles of […]

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Taliban wants positive relationship with India, welcomes New Delhi’s contribution in Afghanistan

In a first, while mentioning India by name, Taliban has said that it would like to have a positive relationship with the country and welcomed New Delhi’s cooperation in Afghanistan. Speaking exclusively to our senior correspondent, Doha’s Taliban political office spokesperson, Suhail Shaheen said, “Based on our national interest and mutual respect, we would like […]

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Anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine championed by Donald Trump for coronavirus COVID-19 treatment fails another test, finds study

A new study has revealed that anti-malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) has failed another test to prove its efficiency in treating the coronavirus COVID-19, with infected patients showing no change in their conditions after being administered HCQ. The observational study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). The study found that the use […]

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US Vice President Mike Pence in self-isolation after aide tests positive for coronavirus COVID-19

US Vice President Mike Pence has placed himself in self-isolation after one of his close aides tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19 last week. Pence’s spokesman Devin O’Malley told the media that the US Vice President has voluntarily decided to limit his exposure to other people. It is learned that Pence has tested negative for […]

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Only those approved by UAE health officials will be allowed to board the aircraft: Embassy of India

The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), said that only those Indians who would be approved by the country’s health authorities and without any symptoms of the corona virus would be allowed to return home. The process of evacuating the Indians trapped abroad will begin on Thursday, the Government of India announced on […]

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Xiaomi Mi 10 coming to India on May 8

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has confirmed that its much awaited smartphone Mi 10 will be coming to India on May 8. Xiaomi Mi 10 features a 6.67-inch Full HD+ curved AMOLED display with a punch-hole on the top-left corner. The screen also supports a 90Hz refresh rate and 120Hz touch response rate. Under the hood, […]

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Corona virus: Corona virus originated from animals, not from Wuhan laboratory, WHO denies US reports

Michael Ryan, head of the World Health Organization’s emergency programs, said on Monday that the US government had received no information from him regarding allegations of US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suspected of having the coronavirus originated in a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan. I have not provided […]

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IS CORONAVIRUS AN INCURABLE DISEASE LIKE AIDS?

The first case of Coronavirus was revealed in December. The virus, which emerged as the common flu, has now become an epidemic. In the last five months, positive cases are increasing in most countries of the world. The death toll is also not stopping. All scientists from the world are busy in making vaccines for this virus. But after five months of […]

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Threat of rapid corona spread in Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s Health Ministry said on Sunday (May 3) that 500 people in the capital Kabul were tested for corona virus infection, of which more than 150 were found infected. This has increased the possibility of rapid spread of Corona virus in the country. Ministry spokesman Wahid Mayar described these infections in Kabul as worrisome and said […]

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Dogs can be used to detect Covid-19 in humans

US scientists say they are training dogs to detect Kovid-19 disease by sniffing human saliva and urine samples. According to researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Veterinary Medicine, dogs with odor-recognition ability will be used in the training program to determine which specimens are from patients with Kovid-19 disease and which are not.  The […]

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Ola makes the Government’s tech platform available to battle Covid-19

Smart mobility and ride-hailing services prove to be critical in solving the Covid-19 crisis. Ola, one of the largest ride-hailing, is providing government and public sector organizations throughout the country with its technology platform and resources to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic. The new Ola Connects (COmprehensive Navigation, NEWORK, Control and Tracking Solution) can be tailored […]

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How IoT will help to counter COVID-19

The world is grappling with novel coronavirus, health-care officials are working relentlessly to provide the best facilities to prevent infection between people and to save those already infected. In such a situation, progress in technology is making a steady difference for health care systems. In particular, the Internet of Things (IoT), along with other technology […]

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Ethnic minorities in the UK Disproportionately affected, suffer more deaths from COVID: study

A UK-based think tank said some of Britain’s ethnic minorities were disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and recorded more deaths than others. Researchers found, in a study released by the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS), that the pandemic’s effect is not consistent across ethnic groups. The per capita deaths due to COVID-19 are, according to the […]

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LA People Get Offer Coronavirus Scans

The City of Los Angeles will give all residents free coronavirus testing, regardless of whether they have symptoms. On Wednesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti declared that Los Angeles would be the first big US city to give large-scale training to all its people. Measures have been reserved for people with signs and frontline staff such as […]

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