Tech terms can be a little tricky and it is normal to get one wrong at times. What is not normal, though, is to not know a term as simple as HTML and consider it a sexually-transmitted disease. Apparently, that’s what 10% respondents on a survey recently did.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have become an excellent way of offering quality education to virtually anyone around the globe, mostly for free. But a new study shows that students in these courses rarely make it to the end.
The until-recently-clandestine collaboration between Sprint and the US government took a rather bitter turn. It has been alleged that Sprint overcharged on the governmental wiretaps. Now, the US government is suing the company.
How would you like a tiny membrane over your heart which ensures that it always beats perfectly? Apparently, that is the future of pacemakers, as demonstrated in the successful use of this membrane on a rabbit’s heart.
The fortunes of the top billionaires of our planet frequently fluctuate as their businesses or stocks dwindle or soar. Bill Gates has now reclaimed the top spot of the richest person on Earth after a recent surge in Microsoft’s stock.
Apple is significantly expanding its employment footprint oversea. The company has been aggressively hiring hundreds of new employees in China and Taiwan, bringing together two new Apple teams at both locations.
One of the key problems for the security of airplanes, commercial and otherwise, is that they are susceptible to possible missile attacks from terrorists. A new laser system will now finally help avert this danger.
Although having a speed of speed of 186,000 miles per second in vacuum, light can pass through a black hole. In fact, black holes suck everything around them. So is there any chance that one day the Earth will be a prey of it? Let’s find out.
Giant robotics company iRobot is about to make Roomba 700, a new vacuum-cleaning robot. It cleans your floors like no vacuum has ever cleaned before – removing dirt, dust, pet hair and other debris all on its own.
NASA scientists strongly believe that Mars obviously has water hidden somewhere under its surface. And seems like they are right. Lately NASA scientists have discovered new evidence of water in Mars’ meteorite.
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