Source A new Microsoft Surface laptop will be unveiled next week. Leaks have revealed the laptop, but it’s not the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. Microsoft is expected
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For almost a decade now, scientists have been trying to decode the origin of some of the most mysterious and explosive signals in the Universe – fast radio bursts (FRBs).
The next step beyond providing people with a memorable virtual experience? Let them craft a virtual experience (and share it with others, obviously 😉 And while the Minecraft generation has
Alibaba’s Singles’ Day (11.11) is the world’s biggest online retail event: in 2016, the platform reported facilitating USD 17.8 billion of transactions in a single day (by contrast, the entire
Google this week announced the availability of Project Wycheproof, an open source tool designed for finding known vulnerabilities in popular cryptographic software libraries. Developed in Java due to its common
Virgin Group founder has teamed with startup Boom to offer ‘affordable’ $5,000 flights between New York and London in 3.5 hours Richard Branson is planning new supersonic passenger flights in
Co-founder takes up new hands-on role as tech adviser as insider succeeds Ballmer Bill Gates has quit as Microsoft chairman to take up a new role as technology adviser in
Commonly held belief and scientific proof holds true that black holes suck matter in rather than spewing them out. But NASA has just found some curious evidence around a supermassive
Earth is such a habitable place, thanks in no small part to the vast magnetic field that surrounds our planet, shielding us from harsh solar winds and cosmic radiation. But
Wasif Farooq, an Assistant Professor at School of Chemical and Materials Engineering, NUST, has won the prominent research award ‘Green Talents – International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development’