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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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Ilongga scientist encourages science and technology experts to go home, help the Philippines

ILOILO CITY, March 27 (PNA) -- Ilongga scientist Dr. Doralyn Dalisay gave up her flourishing career, which she nurtured for almost 15 years in the United States (US), and went back to the Philippines to share her expertise under...

New Wi-Fi system to provide 100 times faster internet

LONDON, March 19 (PNA/PTI) -- Scientists have developed a new wireless internet based on harmless infrared rays that is 100 times faster than existing wi-fi network and has the capacity to support more devices without getting congested. Slow Wi-Fi is...

How (cyber) safe are you?

By Ma. Cristina C. Arayata MANILA, March 21 (PNA) -- In this digital age when one does so many things online, how can a person ensure his/her safety in using the cyberspace? These days when people communicate, shop and do banking...

Alleged iPad terror plot prompts US and UK to ban computers from airplanes

https://youtu.be/aXU-sgUekK0 MOSCOW, March 27 (PNA/Sputnik) -- The US and UK have implemented a ban on using electronic devices larger than a mobile phone aboard flights from an array of countries in the Middle East and North Africa because of a...

Earth, Venus and the sun form row this month

By Catherine J. Teves MANILA, March 16 (PNA) -- The sun, Venus and Earth will line up in a straight row this month, staging anew the celestial event called "conjunction". An inferior conjunction will happen on Saturday (March 25) as Venus...

Solving Australia’s “energy crisis” within 100 days possible

CANBERRA, March 10 (PNA/Xinhua) -- American car manufacturer and tech company Tesla believes it could solve Australia's blackout crisis within 100 days through the use of the company's small-scale and diversified energy storage system. Following the launch of its Powerwall...

Google’s artificial intelligence detects cancer faster than doctors

MOSCOW, March 8 (PNA/Sputnik) -- Google has found an unexpected use for one of its self-driving car technologies: tumour hunting. A statement from the tech titan claims that their detection software is significantly more thorough and accurate than an ordinary...

Aussie astronomers discover newly formed stars

SYDNEY, March 7 (PNA/Xinhua) -- The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research in Western Australian has discovered newly formed stars within a cluster of old stars, making scientists rethink what they know about stellar maps, it was announced Tuesday. A star...

Be ready to die: SpaceX promises to send first tourists to moon in 2018

https://youtu.be/V4cYtQzE3D0 MOSCOW, Feb. 28 (PNA/Sputnik) -- SpaceX has announced that they will fly two space tourists to the moon in late 2018. The spacecraft will circumnavigate our planet’s natural satellite before returning to Earth. "Like the Apollo astronauts before them, these...

Nokia 3310 is making a comeback, as Nokia launches new lineup ahead of Mobile World Congress

BARCELONA, Feb. 27 (PNA/Xinhua) -- Finnish Nokia launched its new mobile phones in Barcelona during this weekend ahead of the official opening of the Mobile World Congress (MWC). The Finnish company presented three new Android Smartphones, the Nokia 6, the...
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