Can Google Stadia Live Up to Its Promise of 4K 60 FPS Gaming?
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Can Google Stadia Live Up to Its Promise of 4K 60 FPS Gaming?

Stadia, Google’s answer to Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation, is not a new concept at all. Tech companies have been peddling the idea of streaming video games for years now, with prominent examples being GeForce Now from Nvidia, PlayStation Now from Sony, and Jump. The challenge has always been to provide a fluid, seamless gameplay…

NASA Wins 2nd Emmy for Mars Landing
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NASA Wins 2nd Emmy for Mars Landing

September 15 marked the second time NASA bagged an Emmy Award for covering InSight’s outstanding footage of the Mars landing. NASA received a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Original Interactive Program. The InSight Mars Lander is tasked with learning more about the Red Planet’s interior body and providing accurate 3D models.  NASA officials at the…

Elon Musk and Jack Ma’s Unnerving Debate on Artificial Intelligence and Space Exploration
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Elon Musk and Jack Ma’s Unnerving Debate on Artificial Intelligence and Space Exploration

Elon Musk and Jack Ma are two of the most successful techpreneurs, having contributed to society in several ways. With Elon Musk’s PayPal, SpaceX, and Tesla and Jack Ma’s AliBaba and AliExpress, you would expect the two to have a more insightful debate. Yet, their conversations are frequently marked with odd statements. To make things…

“Finicky” Raptor Engine Failed to Ignite SpaceX’s Starhopper on August 26
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“Finicky” Raptor Engine Failed to Ignite SpaceX’s Starhopper on August 26

On July 25, 2019, SpaceX unveiled its new prototype called the Starhopper which the company claims could carry the first humans into Mars. Its much-anticipated demonstration flight was aborted at the last possible second on August 26 in the hopes of trying it again later.  Starhopper is a reusable prototype for SpaceX’s Starship vehicle. It…

DeepMind is Losing Lots of Money – but should Proponents of AI worry?
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DeepMind is Losing Lots of Money – but should Proponents of AI worry?

DeepMind is one of Alphabet’s AI projects that will ‘solve new problems’ and ‘advance the cause of mankind’, according to their home page. The good news is that the artificial intelligence company made twice as much revenue in 2019 as it did in 2018. The bad news is that its gains mean nothing when compared…

What lessons gives us the two “visits” from space? Experts warn!
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What lessons gives us the two “visits” from space? Experts warn!

A meteorite even higher than that of an atomic bomb exploded over Russia could fall from the sky unannounced at any time over a large city, causing a horrendous disaster. Despite the messages sent by Hollywood movies, scientists and military experts have a solution for this problem. However, a team of former astronauts want to…

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what was the secret genius of albert einstein

Historical Figures Published on November 21st, 2012 2 What was the secret genius of Albert Einstein? A recent study provides valuable clues Everyone approves that Albert Einstein had been a genius, and the general opinion has swayed many to marvel “what is the secret genius of Einstein?”. Almost all researchers have understood that it takes…

DNA – The Twentieth Century’s Greatest Scientific Discovery
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DNA – The Twentieth Century’s Greatest Scientific Discovery

There were two scientists, a British and an American scientist that were both working at Cambridge University in the year 1953. They went on a place known as “Eagle” where they claimed to have discovered the “Secret Of Life”. Not all the people in the University could comprehend what the discovery was all about but…

Triton: A Mask that lets you breathe underwater without oxygen tanks
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Triton: A Mask that lets you breathe underwater without oxygen tanks

Jeabyun Yeon, South Korea, has designed a device called Triton which, he claims, can extract oxygen from water, so people can breathe comfortably during diving. The designer was inspired by the famous “rebreather” used by James Bond. To use Triton, swimmers would bite down on a plastic mouth piece, which draws oxygen. The two arms (extension side) of…