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Solar-powered internet access within months

Solar-powered internet access within months

Facebook will be using drones to allow people around the globe get access to Internet. This development is a breath of fresh air for communities living in remote areas. Within a year or two, perhaps even months, the solar-powered drone that will be hovering above them will be bringing good tidings and no-one should be afraid of it. The drone is fairly large because it has the wingspan of a Boeing 737. What’s most inspiring is that it is an eco-friendly drone which will be powered by the sun. Its mission is friendly too; it will be providing Internet access to these…

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Obama has ordered creation of an exascale supercomputer

Obama has ordered creation of an exascale supercomputer

US President Barack Obama enters his final months of his occupation of the oval office by possibly creating a legacy that has already surpassed that of some of his predecessors and one that will be difficult to beat in the future. However, perhaps Obama’s latest executive order unwittingly makes it easier for future presidents to rule with impunity. This latest order is geared to give American government more power going forward. Barack Obama has ordered the creation of an exascale supercomputer which will closely replicate human behavior. The executive order will instruct computers to power the country’s government departments in the…

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Exciting news for Ferrari fans

Exciting news for Ferrari fans

On the eve of the Italian motor manufacturing legend’s IPO and after the emotionally-charged victory of its Formula One supremo in Hungary, comes exciting news for Ferrari fans around the globe. This news is particularly for those who will be able to afford the prancing horse’s latest convertible. Ferrari’s parent company Fiat Chrysler has announced that it will be floating its famous sports car manufacturer on the Wall Street Stock Exchange as early as 2016 and is expecting an initial windfall of ‘at least’ 10 billion euros. Most Grand Prix fans and pundits are still talking about the most exciting race for…

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There are factors that might stop you from upgrading to Windows 10

There are factors that might stop you from upgrading to Windows 10

That day has finally come. The Window has opened for millions of Microsoft users around the world to begin upgrading to Windows 10. Diligent Windows users have already begun the arduous upgrading process. However, help is always at hand; it is still left to tech Samaritans to provide this, free of charge in most cases, while Insiders and reviewers give their verdicts on the process so far. One reviewer supercharged his pessimism ahead of time, warning PC users of Windows 7, or Windows 8.1, that it may not be a good idea to begin upgrading to Windows 10. Anyone planning to…

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Another Earth discovered

Another Earth discovered

No sooner had scientist Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner begun their quest to find extra-terrestrial life, another Earth i.e. a planet with similar features as Earth was discovered. Hawking is fielding questions from alien-hunting enthusiasts on Reddit, whereas it is assumed that Milner has provided the total sum of more than one hundred billion dollars in funding for this adventure. NASA, the space agency behind this exciting discovery, has decided to name this large exoplanet Kepler-452b after its Kepler mission. NASA’s associated administrator from the Science Mission Directorate John Grusfeld announced that they had discovered an exoplanet that closely resembles our…

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Flash has been blocked over security issues

Flash has been blocked over security issues

Flash was suspended from work by Mozilla’s Firefox and Google’s Chrome; it was not fired. Adobe Flash has already been served with enough warnings in the past. It’s a known fact for most that right now Flash doesn’t have the ability to control itself. Now, Firefox and Chrome browsers have blocked ancient versions of Adobe’s animation software used to play videos online. This after hackers were using a security bug to take over player’s computers.  Mozilla and Google were also served enough warnings in the past. They chose to ignore them. While they were only faced with two choices, it appears that…

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Satoru Iwata; RIP

Satoru Iwata; RIP

Nintendo gaming fans are mourning the death of Satoru Iwata, who died after a game battle with cancer. He was 55. Along with the mourning, there was much praise for this man’s great life. Staff and players of Nintendo games are sharing stories on the contributions the former CEO made to the video gaming industry. The best CEO’s have a passion for the work they do and a love of the things they build and sell. Satoru Iwata went beyond the call of duty. It is worth quoting in full one of his famous quips; “On my business card, I am…

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Job cuts galore at Microsoft

Job cuts galore at Microsoft

Microsoft is saying good bye to an ailing institution; it’s also saying cheers to thousands of its staff. Apple’s main rival is indicative of lack of corporate accountability. One bit of bad business and everything quickly goes pear shaped. Workers always lose out and are victims of severe lack of judgement from the company’s executives. After a significant part of the lay-off is completed, Satya Nadella will still be warming up. Not more than a year into his tenure as Microsoft’s chief executive officer, Nadella will be taking away 18,000 more jobs. The software giant is re-focusing on its core business of…

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Google’s self-driving cars hit roads

Google's self-driving cars hit roads

Google first introduced the world to their self – driving cars on May 13th 2015 at a presentation to demonstrate how the car works near the company’s headquarters. The car is now making rounds on the streets around that area for a few days. The latest models of Google’s specially built self-driven cars are out in the market and all set to hit roads. The cars have been launched and Google has already sent them out on the streets for people to get a close look on how these cars work. This is the first time ever in history that a self-driving…

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Samsung’s see-through trucks could help avoid accidents

Samsung's see-through trucks could help avoid accidents

One of the most daunting experiences for anyone behind the wheel is getting stuck behind a large truck that takes ages to move. Most vehicle owners try their best to move ahead of these trucks and this is one of the major causes for road accidents. Thanks to Samsung’s new innovative technology, car owners might manage to move past these trucks without risking their lives. The technology in question is called ‘Safety Truck’. What this does is displays the front of the road at the rear of the truck. This enables vehicle owners to take a look at what’s ahead of…

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