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5G network can cause inaccurate weather forecasts, says study

The fifth-generation wireless technology or 5G, which is expected to connect at least 4 billion devices by 2024, will interfere with the validity and...

Is Coding At The Age Of Six A Good Idea? Here’s What Psychologists and Technologists Have To Say

Of late, the news that has been hitting the headlines is of kids diving into coding at very young ages of six to ten....

Covering 40 Kms in 10 Minutes; Bangalore To Study Feasibility of Hyperloop in the City

Remember how travelling to Bangalore airport sometimes takes more time than the flight duration itself? Well, to the relief of the citizens, it seems...

Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Treading on Thin Ice As Scientists Question Safety and Trial Transparency

Our biggest hope to put an end to this deadly pandemic is to achieve herd immunity over time or to get a vaccine in...

Russia Approves First COVID-19 Prescription Drug; India Determined To Get Vaccine By The Beginning of 2021

COVID-19 was declared a pandemic about six months ago, and in this time period, it has caused massive destruction across the globe. The virus...

Serum Institute of India To Resume Oxford Vaccine Trials; Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN Produces ‘Robust Immune Response’ In Animals

Pune-based Serum Institute of India (SII) got an approval from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to resume the trials of the Oxford-AstraZeneca...

Chandrayaan-3 Scheduled To Launch In 2021 Owing To The Global Pandemic

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is set to launch the third lunar mission of the country, Chandrayaan-3, in early 2021. The announcement was...

Researchers Test First-Of-A-Kind Brain Prosthetic Device That Promises Long Term Stability

Brain-computer interface or BCI measures and transforms brain activity into an artificial output which improves or complements the central nervous system output. The brain-computer...

Oxford University Temporarily Halts Vaccine Trials Amid Suspected Side Effect In A Participant From UK

Clinical trials of Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has been put on a halt due to some "unexplained illness" detected in one of the recipients of...

Russia Releases Sputnik V Vaccine To The Citizens

The Russian Health Ministry reported that the first batch of the country's COVID-19 vaccine - Sputnik V - has been released into civil circulation....

Scientists Discover A One-Of-A-Kind Black Hole Cracking Some Huge Mysteries Of The Past

About seven billion years ago, two black holes spiraled into each other to form a massive black hole, GW190521. The black hole, which is...

SpaceX Completes Starship SN6 Hop; Inches Closer Towards Next Gen Commercialised Space Flights

Last night, SpaceX pulled off the debut test flight of the Starship SN6 prototype in a 150 meters hop. The spectacular hop pushed SpaceX...

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Inverter tech: How it functions and saves power

Inverter technology helps in saving energy by eliminating wasted operations in home appliances by efficiently controlling motor speed. This is often used in producing...

Windows 10 20H2 rollout marks end of these key features

Microsoft released the latest upgrade of Windows 10 — Windows 10 20H2 (with H2 standing for the second half) — this week. Although not every...

Adobe XD 34 update: New features and how are they useful

The Adobe XD 34 update is finally here. For those of you who don't know, Adobe XD is an all-in-one UX/UI solution to design...

Are Smart assistants perpetrating misogyny?

Smart assistants have made their way into our lives seamlessly. By default, these assistants are characterised as young, heteronormative, amicable women. Assistants like Siri,...