CDC Reports Increased Flu Activity Across the US Along with 3.7 Million Illness Cases

CDC Reports Increased Flu Activity Across the US Along with 3.7 Million Illness Cases

The flu season continues to strike southern states as influenza starts to spread across the U.S. Notably, health officials have reported a higher activity in around every state. On Friday, the US CDC has announced extensive flu activity in about 30 states. The list of affected areas mainly includes regions along the southern border, mostly […]

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FTC Considering Steps To Stop Facebook From Merging Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram Messaging Apps

FTC Considering Steps To Stop Facebook From Merging Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram Messaging Apps

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is planning to file an injunction against Facebook to block its plan of integrating messaging apps. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is planning to merge the technical backends of Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp. The move comes at a time when federal antitrust authorities are under pressure to do something about Facebook’s […]

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The Black Hole in Our Galaxy is so Stellar That It Should Not Have Existed

The Black Hole in Our Galaxy is so Stellar That It Should Not Have Existed

There is a stellar and gigantic black hole in our Galaxy that scientists could not assess to date. Moreover, it is double the size of what scientists had ever imagined as a possible part of our Galaxy. The distance of the Black Hole is almost 15,000 Light Years away from Earth. What is more dangerous […]

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Export Controls Trade Relations with Central America Affect Michigan Tech Products

Export Controls Trade Relations with Central America Affect Michigan Tech Products

Chinese experts say Michigan’s advanced technology exports, which account for 1.1% of the US’s total exports, are subject to government regulation of international trade disputes in the country’s third-largest export market. Whitt Buchari, a professor of economics at the University of Michigan, says, “The biggest problem we see while China is deeply involved in the […]

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End of Windows 10 mobile and rise of new Windows 10 version 2004

End of Windows 10 mobile and rise of new Windows 10 version 2004

Windows10 1909 will not be seen in any Windows supported mobile devices. It has come to news that oncoming Tuesday, there is an end of an era at Microsoft. The company is trying to focus on new strategies that will boost mobile working capability. Windows-based Smartphones will continue it’s working only difference is that the […]

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Qualcomm designed mid-range snapdragon 765 and 765G chips

Qualcomm designed mid-range snapdragon 765 and 765G chips

Qualcomm has introduced a new semiconductor chip for mobile platforms. It released on the 3rd of December 2019. It has 2 variants; One is Snapdragon 765, and another one is Snapdragon 765G chips. As per the reports, it introduced into the market with some of its worth features, but still, they did not mention full […]

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‘figure,’ a fintech startup, raised $ 103 million in funding

‘Figure,’ a fintech startup, raised $ 103 million in funding

Figure Technologies is a financial-tech startup founded in the year in the year 2017. It is headquartered in San Francisco, US. The founder of ‘Figure Technologies’ is Mr. Mike Cagney. The fin-tech company raised a fund of US$ 120 million in equity financing. The fund was raised in February this year. In this funding, some […]

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elon musk’s tesla receives 1,46,000 orders for cybertruck despite embarrassing launch

Elon Musk’s Tesla Receives 1,46,000 Orders For Cybertruck Despite Embarrassing Launch

The American automotive and energy company Tesla has received 1,46,000 orders for its electric pickup. The electric pickup is called Cybertruck. According to Tesla, the Cybertruck has been designed to have the utility of a truck but comes with sports car performance. The company received the order just a few days after its unveiling event […]

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NASA Showcases Early Version Of First All-Electric Plane X-57 ‘Maxwell’

NASA Showcases Early Version Of First All-Electric Plane X-57 ‘Maxwell’

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has unveiled an early version of X-57 ‘Maxwell,’ the first all-electric experimental aircraft. It was unveiled at the US space agency’s lesser-known aeronautics lab in the California desert. The plane has been under development since 2015 but it is still at least a year away from its test flight. […]

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Jim Kramer: Xerox could not reach an agreement to acquire HP

Jim Kramer: Xerox could not reach an agreement to acquire HP

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Wednesday that Xerox could not actually complete the reported acquisition of HP. He added that this does not mean that the two companies cannot come together. But the cash-and-stock offer of Xerox would likely not cut it. The “crazy money” host said: “According to the current configuration, Xerox is really […]

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Screen Time Use Causes Lower Brain Development In Toddlers

Screen Time Use Causes Lower Brain Development In Toddlers

The use of screen-based media has increased among preschoolers and toddlers over the last decade. Researchers have found that screen time use can impact the brain development of children between three and five years old. As per the study, high screen time use minimizes the structural integrity in the brain’s white matter. The research has […]

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‘Ghostly Face’ In Space Discovered By NASA Hubble Space Telescope

‘Ghostly Face’ In Space Discovered By NASA Hubble Space Telescope

The Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has captured an image that shows an uncanny pair of glowing eyes staring towards us. The scary-looking image clicked by the Hubble has a resemblance to the face of some otherworldly creature. The US space agency explained that the two shiny eyes in the […]

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