What we know about Boeing’s hypersonic strike aircraft that aims to ‘circle the world in 1-3 hours’
Feb05

What we know about Boeing’s hypersonic strike aircraft that aims to ‘circle the world in 1-3 hours’

Few details have emerged since the aerospace company Boeing revealed plans for a new hypersonic aircraft with surveillance and strike capabilities. It aims to build it in the next 10-20 years but already faces some competition. Aviation Week reported that the design for the aircraft, thought to be named “Valkyrie II,” was first unveiled at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics SciTech forum in Orlando, Florida back in...

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The Most Important Tech Trend Of 2018 Won’t Be A Technology
Jan29

The Most Important Tech Trend Of 2018 Won’t Be A Technology

An exciting convergence is happening between the physical and digital worlds. New innovations, from robotics and new materials to logistics and sustainability, are impacting our industries and our lives. The past year gave us a sneak peek of big innovations on the horizon. Yet, the most disruptive tech trend of 2018 isn’t a technology, it’s a company. Amazon isn’t just changing our shopping habits, it’s disrupting entire...

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That Fingerprint Sensor on Your Phone Is Not as Safe as You Think
Jan05

That Fingerprint Sensor on Your Phone Is Not as Safe as You Think

Fingerprint sensors have turned modern smartphones into miracles of convenience. A touch of a finger unlocks the phone — no password required. With services like Apple Pay or Android Pay, a fingerprint can buy a bag of groceries, a new laptop or even a $1 million vintage Aston Martin. And pressing a finger inside a banking app allows a user to pay bills or transfer thousands of dollars. While such wizardry is convenient, it has also...

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Russian microbiologists discover substitution for banned drug meldonium
Apr20

Russian microbiologists discover substitution for banned drug meldonium

Russian microbiologists discovered a substitution for medial preparation meldonium, which was listed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) since the beginning of last year as a banned performance enhancing drug, Russian Federal Micro-Biological Agency (FMBA) Head Vladimir Uiba said on Wednesday. “We have found a substitution for meldonium,” Uiba said. “This is a set of medications, which are not included in the list...

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WhatsApp’s privacy protections questioned after terror attack
Mar30

WhatsApp’s privacy protections questioned after terror attack

Chat apps that promise to prevent your messages being accessed by strangers are under scrutiny again following last week’s terror attack in London. On Sunday, the home secretary said the intelligence services must be able to access relevant information. Her comments followed the discovery that Khalid Masood appeared to have used WhatsApp minutes before carrying out his killings. There are doubts about whether that action was...

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