Opera adds 360 degree virtual reality in version 49

Opera adds 360 degree virtual reality Opera is adding support for 360-degree virtual reality in its Developer browser v.49, making it a bit of a...

VeriSign claims 331 million domain registrations world wide

The Internet has grown to 331.9 million domain name registrations in the second quarter of 2017 by VeriSign.  Nearly 1.3 million registrations were added...

More Pregnant women Lack of omega-3

The first ever study on the intakes of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnant women in New Zealand. Only 30 per cent getting the...

Dartmouth study guide on how to use aerial thermography

Aerial Thermography A Dartmouth-led study has demonstrated how the latest aerial thermal imagery is transforming archaeology due to advancements in technology. Today's thermal cameras, commercial...

Google’s Project Zero reveal Apple’s Safari has more security vulnerabilities than...

Google's Project Zero According to a new report from Google's Project Zero Apple's Safari has more security vulnerabilities than Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge...

Microsoft rebrand Windows Store to Microsoft Store

Microsoft has quietly rebranded Windows Store, the flagship store for apps and games, to Microsoft Store. Besides the name, nothing much has changed as part of the...

Geologists prove Earth can still resist extreme heat

A study of 26 diamonds, formed under extreme melting conditions in the Earth's mantle. The results show that certain volcanic events on Earth may...

Japan scientists plans to turn ocean wave energy into electricity

ocean wave energy A team of researchers want to make the ocean an affordable source of renewable energy. Engineers at the Okinawa Institute of Science...

Chronic migraine cases increased by jawbone disorder

Chronic Migraine Temporomandibular Joint Disorder patients is the regular occurrence of headaches, many of which extremely severe. In many cases, TMD headaches are commonly diagnosed...

Online Doctor Evaluation registration process for Marijuana patients

The New York State Medical Marijuana Program is making it easy to find a medical marijuana doctor and obtain a street-legal medical marijuana card...

Microsoft, Facebook and Telefonica delivering new trans-Atlantic subsea cable

Trans-Atlantic subsea cable Microsoft, Facebook and Telefonica have hit a key milestone in delivering the new trans-Atlantic subsea cable with a data capacity of 160...

T-Mobile to acquire Sprint in October

T-Mobile and Sprint, the third- and fourth-largest U.S. wireless service providers to merge in October. The Softbank Group Corp offered to give up its...

Researchers discover oscillating Gravitational waves

The researchers have found a new second type of gravitational waves which tend to oscillate in space. The physicists explain that this phenomenon is...

Honey, a non-toxic substitute for the graphene manipulation

Honey The accidental discovery that honey is an effective, non-toxic substitute for the manipulation of the current and voltage characteristics of graphene. First, researchers tried to...

30 minutes of daily physical activity could prevent early deaths

Physical activity A new study found 1 in 12 deaths can be prevented with 30 minutes of physical activity 5 days a week. The study analyzed...

Inhaling Polluted air may effect kidneys

A new study now adds kidney disease to the list, Pollution may increase the risk of chronic kidney disease. Ultimately, contribute to kidney failure. According to the researchers...

Google to buy HTC’s smartphone team for $1.1 billion

The Google has just confirmed that it plans to acquire part of HTC’s mobile division team for $1.1 billion.  The second time that Google has made...

IBM new Open Liberty project support Java microservices and cloud-native apps

IBM Open Liberty project IBM revealed the Open Liberty project, open sourcing its WebSphere Liberty code on GitHub, supports Java microservices and cloud-native apps. The company created...

Severe Perkinsea Infection threatens large-scale frogs in the United States

Severe Perkinsea Infections A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey reveals a deadly amphibian disease called Severe Perkinsea Infections (SPI) is the cause of large-scale frogs die-offs in...

‘Molecular robot’ capable of building molecules

The tiny robots, millionth of a millimeter in size, programmed to move and build molecular cargo, using a tiny robotic arm. Scientists from the University...