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Life on Venus? Researchers Find Clues

Researchers found Traces of phosphine – a relatively rare molecule – in the heavily acidic atmosphere of Venus, astronomers announced Monday, providing a tantalizing...

Masks Protective during Sexual Intercourse: Canadian Top Doctor Explains

Canada’s chief medical officer Dr. Theresa Tam on Wednesday said the use of mask during sexual intercourse can protect against Coronavirus, adding that going...

Japan Tests its eVTOL Vehicle for the First Time

Japan’s first flying car eVTOL passes the demo test, which unlike airplanes and helicopters offer quick point-to-point travel. SkyDrive company have conducted a successful test...

Kevin Meyer Steps Down As TikTok CEO

TikTok CEO Kevin Meyer resigns from his position, days after President Trump administration was sued over an executive order to ban the app across...

Auto Industry: Ferrari LaFerrari Meets its Rival Sian Roadster

Lamborghini recently unveiled a new model of its vehicle Sián Roadster, a one of its kind to experience the roofless cruise. It is exactly the...

How Online Shopping is Changing Afghanistan?

When China’s Alibaba did close the 11/11 online shopping festival with $17.79 Billion in gross merchandise value in November 2016, online shopping was newly...

Apple products are going to get more attraction with satellite internet

The tech giant, Apple is looking to integrate its products with satellite internet that would beam internet services directly to devices without the aid...

You will win $100,000 if you find a bug in iCloud: Apple

You will win a prize of $100,000 cash if you find a bug in iCloud, the tech giant Apple announced on Friday. Apple is opening its...

For the first time in history, scientists develop human heart using a 3D printer

For the first time in history, scientists in the University of Tel Aviv in Israel have created a fully vascularized human heart using a 3D...

Flaws in Afghan government’s ‘Real Time’ contract attract criticisms

About Author Farshid Ghyasi Farshid Ghyasi is the President of Afghanistan IT Companies Association (AITCA), founder and CEO of NETLINKS LTD, a Global technology company headquartered...

Bee app could be the next best thing for facilitating global insect pollinator conservation

Insect pollinators in peril Anthropogenic factors are leaving big footprints in our natural ecosystems and environments around the planet negatively impacting global biodiversity. One of the worst...

Why access to improved sanitation is so important for Afghanistan?

Sanitation refers to the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of the human faeces, urine and provision of clean drinking water....

Online taxi services similar to Uber launched in Kabul

A private company in Kabul has designed an application similar to provide online taxi services to the Kabul residents, similar to Uber. The application, Buber,...

Afghan government approve $383m project related to Fiber Optics project

The Afghan government has approved a new contract related to the Fiber Optic project having a total value of around 383 million US Dollars. The...

Afghanistan Civil Aviation to get new radar system worth €24 million

The Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority informed regarding the installation of a new radar system in a bid to increase the air control capacity of...

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