We live our lives online. The recent COVID-19 Pandemic has fuelled what was already a sustained trend. The average person now spends an incredible 145 minutes a day online. The ubiquity of the Web is all but complete. But what about its origins? Just how old is the World Wide Web? ...

The world is full of bright minds, researchers and scientists who dedicate their lives to creating, developing and improving technological innovations. Although there are thousands of great inventions and fantastic ideas that people come up with annually, there are very few that reach the market and can be used by the general public. ...

Two Sierra Leone doctors died of Ebola virus in just a single day, reports say on Friday. Health authorities in the country have yet to release statement about the latest fatalities.

Quite recently, Uranus has been puzzling scientists with is changing weather. Usually a calm one, since the beginning of August 2014 the planet seems to have woken up from its long slumber with intense storms now being observed in the normally placid icy giant.

A new system for selecting and automatically classifying oceanic images taken via satellite has been developed by researchers of the University of Almeria (Spain), in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania (USA).

Every year, thousands of Kemp’s ridley sea turtles make their way up the Eastern seaboard this summer, but not all of them made it back as the cold weather came. The Florida Aquarium had to take in 10 turtle victims of what is known as “cold stunning”, a hypothermic reaction to prolonged cold water temperatures and its often fatal.

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Greenhouse gas emissions and industrial facilities have been blamed by the United Nations and world governments all over for their negative contributions to climate change.

While the Japanese electronics giant has proven reticent to provide sufficient support for its American market division, Sony has changed its tune: the newest version of its SmartWatch line of wearable technology will be available through Verizon in the United States.

A new app for smart phones (smartphones) allows the user to manage their smartphone with hand gestures. This development extends the range of potential interactions with such devices.

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The OnePlus 8t charges in an amazing 15 minutes to provide a full day of power. The 120Hz display is fluid providing a 6.55" viewing experience. The phone camera is a whopping 48 MP Quad Camera that includes an ultra-wide viewing lens.

The J-Tech Digital Wireless HDMI Extender provides an exceptional viewer experience by eliminating cabling and allowing you to transmit high-quality video and audio over 5GHz Wi-Fi networks.

The Elando Crystal Clear case uses high-grade german TPU and PC materials that means that it does not yellow. It is shock-proof and designed to absorb pressure. It offers phone and camera protection combined with a great grip.

The Xbox Series S is a next-gen entry-level console that comes in a compact design with powerful specs and completely silent operation. The console offers high frame rates and ray tracing, with super-fast load times to boot.

Cleaning your Mac is significantly important as a lot of caches and junk files can slow down its performance. When looking to clean the Mac, CleanMyMac is the user's first preference as it frees up the purgeable space effortlessly.

YouTube to MP3 converters let you rip audio from videos posted online. Once downloaded you can listen to them offline. Here are the ten best free and paid YouTube to MP3 converters of 2021.

Deciding which version of Facebook to use on your mobile device is not easy. You have two options: Facebook Touch (or Mobile), which runs in a web browser; or the Facebook application, which requires installation.

QR Codes are everywhere these days and have a range of uses from buying a coffee to linking to a website. Doubtlessly you've seen those distinctive little black-and-white squares and wondered what they are?

QR Codes are everywhere these days and have a range of uses from buying a coffee to linking to a website. Doubtlessly you've seen those distinctive little black-and-white squares and wondered what they are?

Female-oriented dating App Bumble caused a stir when it went public back in February. After falling below its initial public offering price of $43 per share in May, bumble stock has now recovered to trade above the fifty-dollar mark.

We live our lives online. The recent COVID-19 Pandemic has fuelled what was already a sustained trend. The average person now spends an incredible 145 minutes a day online. The ubiquity of the Web is all but complete. But what about its origins? Just how old is the World Wide Web?

Imagine waking up one morning and realizing that a cybercriminal has gained access to your bank account and credit cards. You discover you've been hacked and sensitive personal information stolen. How can you improve Cybersecurity?

Over the last few decades, the work China has done in the field of biomedicine has provided many different breakthroughs and revelations that would otherwise have gone undiscovered. China has spent billions of dollars to build new laboratories and train new scientists in an effort to become the world's leader in this field of study.

66 million years ago, an enormous bolide meteor impact in what is now Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula sealed the fate of more than three-quarters of Earth's plant and animal species. In the devastating decades-long global winter that followed, the larger dinosaurs were the first to die out, followed soon after by most of their relatives.

In the year 1770, the explorer Samuel Hearne was tramping through the snow and bitter cold near Great Slave Lake, in what would become the North West Territory, Canada. He looked up in the sky to see a shimmering and dancing curtain of green and yellow, high in the black sky. Today this spectacle is known as the Northern Lights.

Cloning has been a staple of science fiction for the last fifty-plus years in Hollywood as well as literary works. The uniqueness lies in the characteristics of the life of a clone. Although fictitious, Hollywood has offered a unique perspective regarding the possibilities of human cloning.

The misery continues for prospective PS5 buyers as another limited drop of Best Buy PS5 consoles dries up. The retailer was the only one to have a PS5 restock this week, after a busy end of May, with the in-demand console selling out at GameStop, Walmart, Target, and Amazon.

Facebook mtouch is a browser-based mobile version of the popular Facebook website that has now been superseded. It was Facebook's first attempt to provide a simplified user experience for touch-based mobile devices. It has now been rolled into the m.facebook.com domain.

Apple's much anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off June 7, at 10 a.m. PDT. The 32nd event will be an all-digital live stream running through to June 11. The conference is expected to run along the same lines as last year's event.

Microsoft has accelerated its industry cloud strategy in a $16 billion deal to buy leading cloud communications platform, Nuance. In an all-cash transaction, the Redmond giant will acquire all of the outstanding stock for 56 dollars a share.

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