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Category Archives: Science & Tech

Microsoft made its biggest purchase ever on Tuesday, announcing an agreement to take over scandal-plagued video game giant Activision Blizzard, in an all-cash deal valued at $68.7 billion. The move will make Microsoft...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 20th, 2022

NASA thinks it might well have found signs of life on Mars after its Curiosity rover discovered some exciting supporting evidence. New research has discovered that rocks collected by the rover contain organic carbon, which could have...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 20th, 2022

Sony has announced plans to launch an electric car company later this year as it unveiled a new sports utility vehicle concept. The Japanese tech company will set up a new operating subsidiary called “Sony Mobility Inc.”...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 19th, 2022

It’s no secret the real estate market is skyrocketing, but the Covid pandemic is creating another little-known land rush. Indeed, some investors are paying millions for plots of land — not in New York or Beverly Hills. In fact,...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 19th, 2022

Microsoft has confirmed it has stopped making all Xbox One consoles. The tech giant actually discontinued the Xbox One X and the digital Xbox One S before the launch of the Xbox Series X at the end of 2020, with a production of the...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 15th, 2022

Found in a reservoir in the UK’s Rutland: a dolphin-like monster about half the size of a tennis court. In February 2021, Joe Davis, leader of the United Kingdom’s Rutland Conservation Team, was routinely draining a lagoon...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 13th, 2022

The colossal 180 million-year-old fossilized remains of an ichthyosaur have been found in the UK, in what researchers have described as one of the most significant discoveries in the region. Discovered in a reservoir in...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 12th, 2022

This week, Louis Vuitton launched a new consumer tech product in its latest attempt to connect these two worlds. Enter the Tambour Horizon Light Up: a luxurious digital timepiece that takes after the statement-making style of its analog...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 11th, 2022

After decades of trial and error among surgeons desperately trying to create a machine that wouldn’t break down or cause blood clots and infections, two doctors at the Texas Heart Institute developed a device that used whirling rotors...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 10th, 2022

Even cows get affected by the winter weather, so in an attempt to make them think they’re in warmer climbs one farmer has fitted his cattle up with virtual reality goggles. Izzet Kocak, a farmer from Aksaray, Turkey, has had to...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 10th, 2022

China is pulling out all the stops for the Beijing Games, unveiling a new bullet train just for the Olympics.  The driverless Fuxing bullet train travels at speeds of 217 miles per hour and can carry 564 passengers per trip in its...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 9th, 2022

Luxury German carmaker BMW debuted a fascinating and futuristic new concept at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show: A car with the ability to change colors on the fly. Rather than standard metal panels, the concept car features...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 8th, 2022

A little over three years ago, Apple investors pushed the value of its shares above $1 trillion, making it the world’s most highly valued tech company. Then, two years later, Apple stock rose so high that the company’s...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 6th, 2022

Before everyone carried an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy phone, many gadget fans opted for a BlackBerry. The internet-enabled keyboard-toting smartphones were the hottest business accessory and were favored by the likes of Barack Obama...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 5th, 2022

Elon Musk has claimed that his humanoid robots could develop unique personalities and even become friends with humans. The richest person on Earth has revealed plans for his Tesla Bot that could eventually see humans living alongside...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 4th, 2022