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Apple has cancelled its AirPower wireless charging mat after multiple delays

Apple has called off its “AirPower” product that was supposed to charge an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPod at the same time. Citing difficulty meeting its own standards, the tech giant finally bid goodbye to “AirPower” which was a wireless ...

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India’s Chandrayaan-2 will carry NASA’s laser to moon, and we couldn’t be more proud of ISRO

  Chandrayaan-2 will reportedly carry laser retroreflector arrays for the US space organisation, which will help us measure the exact distance between us and the Moon. Some of these instruments are also flying out to our natural satellite before India’s ...

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NASA cancels first all-female spacewalk owing to lack of spacesuit in woman’s size

Earlier this month, NASA announced that the universe’s first-ever all-female spacewalk would be happening on 29 March. This first-all female spacewalk was set to be performed by American astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch at the International Space Station. However, ...

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Microsoft Edge revamp: Google Chromium-powered browser brings new design, Chrome apps

Microsoft last year embraced Google’s Chromium open-source engine to rebuild its Edge browser. The revamped Edge browser, however, looks very similar to Google’s Chrome browser and even supports apps from Chrome store. Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is expected to be ...

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Microsoft Windows 7 users start receiving notifications for end of support

Microsoft is rolling out a notification update to existing Windows 7 users, informing them that the software giant is pulling away support for the operating system (OS) version. “After 10 years of servicing, January 14, 2020, is the last day ...

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NASA spacecraft finds evidence of water on near-Earth asteroid Bennu

Scientists have discovered evidence of abundant water-bearing minerals on the surface of the near-Earth asteroid Bennu. Using early spectral data from NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft orbiting the asteroid, the team identified infrared properties similar to those in a type of meteorite ...

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Two-thirds of Android’s antivirus apps are entirely useless

As per the exact new tests undertaken by AV-Comparatives, out of the Android antivirus apps available for devices two-thirds of the apps offer no protection at all. To offer systemic testing of security software in its ongoing assignment, the autonomous ...

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WhatsApp working on reverse image search to help identify fake news: Report

WhatsApp is developing a new feature in its beta channel that would allow users to search an image on the Web that they have received or sent in their chats. The messaging service owned by Facebook submitted the update through ...

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Qualcomm wins and Apple loses the first U.S. jury trial in their global patent dispute

Qualcomm Inc. won the first U.S. jury trial in its global dispute with Apple Inc. over how much the iPhone maker should pay for using the chipmaker’s patented technology. A federal jury in San Diego on Friday awarded Qualcomm about ...

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Telegram gains 3 million new users during Facebook, WhatsApp outage

Telegram seems to have had a great Wednesday on the expense of Facebook. As Facebook and its chat apps grappled with an outage spanning globally, Telegram added three million users in just 24 hours. For the UK-based chat app, which ...

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Toyota is building a fuel cell powered electic lunar Rover, which should land on the moon in 2029

Japanese carmaker Toyota has announced plans to have a manned lunar rover on the moon in the year 2029. The company is partnering with Japan’s space agency Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for the mission. The lunar rover will be ...

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First person on Mars likely to be a woman: NASA

The first person on Mars is ‘likely to be a woman’, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has said. “It’s likely to be a woman, the first next person on the Moon. It’s also true that the first person on Mars is ...

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Indian scientists discover new way of powering radio sources in universe

In a first, a team of Indian astronomers has discovered some sources in the universe capable of emitting radio waves in a never-before-known mechanism, using the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) located at Khodad in Junnar, about 80 km from ...

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WhatsApp issues serious warning for users

Some WhatsApp users have been temporarily banned from using the app. They have also been warned about the situation where their entire chat histories can be deleted. This has been clarified in the FAQ section of WhatsApp’s official website. The ...

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