Science

Facebook deletes 66K posts a week in anti-hate crackdown

Facebook deletes 66K posts a week in anti-hate crackdown

Facebook says more than 175 million people declare they "love" something on the site daily and an average of more than 800 million people hit Facebook's like button. "What does the statement "burn fla...

by · Science
Windows 10 Creators Update Gets Big Update

Windows 10 Creators Update Gets Big Update

The company has revealed that the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will upgrade its Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection that will offer new machine learning prevention capabi...

by · Science
Baby Driver: 'Music-fuelled' caper strikes the right note

Baby Driver: 'Music-fuelled' caper strikes the right note

Jamie Foxx and Jon Hamm chew up every scene they're in as Bats and Buddy, respectively. " Baby Driver " may not be Wright's best , but he mixes the right amount of experimentation and old tric...

by · Science
Until Dawn Headlines July's PlayStation Plus Free Games Lineup

Until Dawn Headlines July's PlayStation Plus Free Games Lineup

Robot loves fruit!" The biggest game available on this list is Supermassive Games' Until Dawn , with Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series, That's You , and Don't Die Mr Robot rounding out the Pla...

by · Science
New Splinter Cell Teased,

New Splinter Cell Teased, "You Will Have to Wait" Says Ubisoft CEO

Speaking on the Ubisoft blog , Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot expressed the company's interest in Splinter Cell with some grand enthusiasm, but suggested we might not see Fisher and co for a while yet....

by · Science
'Petya' cyberattack: what we know about the latest global ransomware strike

'Petya' cyberattack: what we know about the latest global ransomware strike

On Wednesday Microsoft and Ukrainian police confirmed that primary source of the initial attack was MEDoc, a company which sells financial software and which is one of only two product approved by...

by · Science

SpaceX kicks off rocket launch double feature

A SpaceX Falcon 9 lifts off from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida June 23, carrying the BulgariaSat-1 spacecraft. This launch marked the second time that SpaceX ha...

by · Science
China Has Officially Started Construction on the World's First

China Has Officially Started Construction on the World's First "Forest City"

Smog-fueled tourism has already seen a boom in the country-late previous year, dangerously high levels of pollution in Beijing and surrounding areas prompted wealthy residents to travel to coastal cit...

by · Science

Chemical attack 'being prepared' by Assad forces

He added the activities were similar to preparations taken before the attack in April but provided no further evidence. He has said repeatedly that his forces turned over all chemical weapons...

by · Science
Investor Concerns That Could Be Driving Whiting Petroleum Stock

Investor Concerns That Could Be Driving Whiting Petroleum Stock

Analysts await Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: APC ) to report earnings on July, 25. Macquarie downgraded Whiting Petroleum Corporation from an outperform rating to a neutral rating and boosted ...

by · Science
Ukraine deputy prime minister says government computer network down

Ukraine deputy prime minister says government computer network down

Ukraine has been targeted by the worst cyber attack in its history after a ransomware caused outages on computer networks of the country's government and other key organizations. Group-IB established...

by · Science
Orbiting Supermassive Black Holes Form a Binary System

Orbiting Supermassive Black Holes Form a Binary System

In such cases, the two black holes themselves may eventually merge in an event that would produce gravitational waves that ripple across the universe. Well, Roger W. Romani, a professor of physics a...

by · Science

Qualcomm's ambitious new fingerprint sensors work through touchscreens

Meanwhile, Samsung and Apple both have been making attempts to flawless a fingerprint sensor that resides beneath a smartphone's display but the upcoming iPhone 8 , is widely rumoured to not have...

by · Science
Google to stop scanning Gmail accounts

Google to stop scanning Gmail accounts

Google has announced it will stop scanning the contents of private emails sent by Gmail users "in an attempt to reassure business customers of the confidentiality of their communications", says Th...

by · Science
Nintendo unveiled SNES Classic console, to be released later this year

Nintendo unveiled SNES Classic console, to be released later this year

If you're already struggling to contain your excitement at the prospect of Super Mario Odyssey later this year then the news from Nintendo will be releasing the SNES Classic around the same time...

by · Science
Another Massive Ransomware Attack Spreads Around the World

Another Massive Ransomware Attack Spreads Around the World

Deputy Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko posted a photo on his Facebook account of his computer screen with the warning message. Most of WPP's public websites were inaccessable in the wake of t...

by · Science
Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27

Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27

In addition, the pharmaceutical giant Merck was affected, and said it was looking into it. We confirm our company's computer network was compromised today as part of global hack . In Britain, ad...

by · Science
SC rural roads deadliest in the nation

SC rural roads deadliest in the nation

Sacramento, CA.Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty issued the following statement in response to a new report, Rural Connections: Challenges and Opportunities in America's Heartland , released today...

by · Science
Cert warns against new ransomware attack called Petya

Cert warns against new ransomware attack called Petya

Experts say the virus is exploiting the same weaknesses as the Wannacry ransomware used to attack the NHS. One victims of the cyber attack, a Ukrainian media company, said its computers were b...

by · Science
Hittin' the road AAA predicts strong Fourth of July weekend travel

Hittin' the road AAA predicts strong Fourth of July weekend travel

The holiday period around July 4 is considered by AAA to be the most-traveled of the three major summer holidays, and this year doesn't look to be any exception. Gas prices remain slightly below yea...

by · Science
MN has the fattest dogs, cats in nation

MN has the fattest dogs, cats in nation

He suggested that people should bring their pets to a veterinarian for consultation and develop a plan how to reduce or maintain an ideal weight. The trend toward fatter pets was first observed in 2...

by · Science
Assassin's Creed Rebellion Is Coming To Mobile

Assassin's Creed Rebellion Is Coming To Mobile

Ubisoft has just announced Assassin's Creed Rebellion , which makes a return to the 15th century and is a free-to-play strategy RPG. But I'm not talking about Assassin's Creed Origins' trip back in...

by · Science

SpaceX Launches Two Missions in Two Days

No matter what you did over the weekend, you'll struggle to top Elon Musk's after his space trucking venture launched 11 satellites atop two rockets, both of which stuck ideal landings on barges. On...

by · Science
Sacramento Tops List Of Worst Drivers In The Nation

Sacramento Tops List Of Worst Drivers In The Nation

The list consists of the 75 most populous metro areas in the U.S. Salt Lake City came in at No. 2, and Riverside rounded out the top 3. Here's what the authors had to say: The Motor City is home to...

by · Science
Iridium says newly launched satellites are functioning well

Iridium says newly launched satellites are functioning well

The Aireon payloads, which were manufactured by Harris Corporation, will be hosted on all 81 Iridium NEXT satellites , 75 of which are scheduled for launch. In addition, the company has conducted s...

by · Science

Google Responds to Record $2.7 Billion EU Antitrust Fine

The European Commission , the executive arm of the European Union, today handed down the 2.4 billion euro fine , putting an end to an investigation into whether Google favored its own shopping ser...

by · Science

JK Rowling Celebrates 20th Anniversary of 'Harry Potter'

Thank you". I'm glad that J K Rowling has made a decision to extend the universe with the " Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them " series, and that means that we fans who grew up watching, can stil...

by · Science

Supreme Court to hear gay wedding cake case

A number of lower-court cases in recent years have consistently rejected people's claims of their right to refuse services to same-sex couples getting married. A federal appeals court had ruled for ...

by · Science

SpaceX launches and lands two rockets in one weekend

The company, however, dusted itself off and moved on, making history in March when it successfully reused its rocket to launch a commercial communications satellite into geostationary transfer orbit...

by · Science
California father accused of killing son to appear in court

California father accused of killing son to appear in court

Officials planned to discuss the case in more detail at a scheduled press conference on Monday. Andressian Sr. faces 25 years to life in a state prison if convicted. The LA Times reports that Aramaz...

by · Science
Samsung Galaxy Stellar 2 Leaked

Samsung Galaxy Stellar 2 Leaked

The premium variant of the S8 + with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage costs Rs. 74,900 in India. They will be priced below 700,000 won (RM2,643) and sales are slated to start July 7, Yonhap said. Vol...

by · Science
Alaska Air offers charter flight for solar eclipse viewing

Alaska Air offers charter flight for solar eclipse viewing

Alaska Airlines will be chasing the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in United States history since 1918. Alaska Airlines hopes the West Coast Americans have a prime opportunity to see the...

by · Science
U.S. officials to lift Yellowstone grizzly bear protections

U.S. officials to lift Yellowstone grizzly bear protections

The population has rebounded from as few as 136 bears in 1975 to an estimated 700 today and meets all the criteria for delisting. About 700 bears now inhabit the GYE - up from 136 individuals in 1...

by · Science
AT&T, Ericsson hit over 650 Mbps in LTE-LAA field trial

AT&T, Ericsson hit over 650 Mbps in LTE-LAA field trial

LTE-U, and by extension LAA, allows T-Mobile's many network features to work in concert with the carrier's own licensed spectrum and unlicensed spectrum that's floating about for general use. For T-Mo...

by · Science
VIVO retains IPL title sponsorship for five years

VIVO retains IPL title sponsorship for five years

Ltd, the Indian arm of Guangdong, China-based mobile communications firm Vivo Electronics Corp., which won the bid was the title and presenting sponsor for the IPL for the last two seasons. According ...

by · Science