Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Pokemon Go Behind Billions of Dollars in Car Damages Since its...

Pokemon Go and driving are a dangerous mix. According to a recent research paper, the highly addictive mobile game has been behind billions...

Urban Air Pollution Can Offset Benefits of Exercise during Pregnancy

A group of British researchers found that air pollution in the world’s largest cities can easily offset the health benefits of exercise during...

Russia-Made Antivirus Solution Kaspersky Banned for Govt Use

President Donald Trump has just signed into law a ban on Kaspersky Lab software for government use. Federal and state agencies are barred...

December Meteor Shower Could Be the Most Spectacular This Year

Astronomers believe that this month’s meteor shower, also known as the Geminid meteor shower, will be one of the most spectacular celestial events...

Facebook Promises To Simplify Its Messenger App In 2018

Facebook aims to streamline its Messenger app in 2018. Social media platform, Facebook, wants its users to give the Messenger app another chance. Facebook...

New Facebook AI will Detect Suicide Patterns on Platform

The new Facebook AI will hopefully decrease the rate of suicide broadcasters on the platform. Social media tech company, Facebook, has announced on Monday...

Microsoft is Expanding its Redmond Headquarters with Multi-Billion Overhaul

Microsoft plans to complete the expansion of its headquarters in five to seven years. American multinational company, Microsoft, has announced it will be revamping...

The Australian Government Wants to Know If Digital Platforms Are Hurting...

The ACCC probe will determine whether digital platforms are affecting the media industry. The Australian government is reportedly investigating tech juggernauts, Google and Facebook,...

Twitter To Roll Out New “Tweetstorms” Feature

Twitter will soon allow people to officially post tweetstorms. Twitter has announced that the platform will soon get a new feature, one which it...

Japanese Start-Up To Put Ads On The Moon By 2020

Japanese start-up, ispace, will reportedly land on the Moon by 2020. Tokyo-based start-up, ispace, has raised $90 million from several Japanese companies, including Japan...