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These future car tires never go flat

Over the years researchers have worked on ways to improve machines that move on land and air. The airplane industry has done many advancement on safety, fuel efficiency and price….

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Living Dinosaurs Can be Recreated Within the Next 5 Years

Dinosaurs are deadly creatures according to the Jurassic Films I have watched but the idea of scientists creating living dinosaurs just creeps me out. In the movie Jurassic Park, Scientific…

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World’s Surveillance Hacking Team Exposed

It was the end of the road for the world’s most respected hackers the ‘Hacking Team.’ Hackers released a 400 GB of internal documents hacked or may be stolen from…

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Experts Criticize WHO For Poor Response Over The Ebola Crisis

The Ebola crisis created too much pressure on African countries especially the West and the International Health Organizations like WHO. An independent report was released and WHO was reported to…

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United Airlines to power its Jets with animal Poop

Environmental friendly fuel should be adopted by all industries to reduce pollution. The aviation industry has covered milestones in ensuring that the greenhouse is protected. Researchers from the University of…

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China Publishes A Draft Cybersecurity Law

Cybersecurity is one of the grey areas that the law enforcers have failed to implement around the world leading to many people misusing their right and freedom of expression. Many…

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Revenge Porn Hacker faces seven years imprisonment

Hackers always have the pleasure of going home free men or securing their identity from being disclosed. In Russia a hacker was defeated in a bargain scam which is unfortunate…

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More than 2 million Malware Files predicted to surface this year, says report

Smartphones are vulnerable to malware and other related viruses. G Data Security Labs released a report that provided that information stored on an Android smartphone or tablet is vulnerable to…

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Samsung in court over pre-installed apps

Last month Facebook had a case in court over allegations of breaching privacy rules. Last week Samsung was taken to court in China over the software it loads in its…

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A lady’s ovulation secrets are on her face

A female chimpanzee when is on heat her bottom swells up and turns bright pink and that directly implies that she is fertile and about to ovulate. It’s a different…

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Who will be liable if a robot commits a crime?

The future as predicted by many scientists holds a lot of things but one interesting part is the existence of robots that will rule the world. Law makers should start…

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A Flatworm that reproduces by fxxxing own head has been discovered

I used to think animals having more than one sexual organ is a myth. The flatworm can actually have sex without a partner by its side, all it needs is…

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Google sends apologies for racist error caused by its Auto-Tag in Photo App

Google labelled a black couple as gorillas in its new Auto-Tag in Photo App. Apparently the search engine claims that the label was mistakenly placed. The app tags uploaded pictures…

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A Worker killed by a Robot in a Volkswagen Plant in Germany

Some institutions would probably work effectively if robots are involved but unfortunately robots can also commit murder or in the future spell the end of human race. A contractor was…

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Facebook wins in Court over allegations it breached Privacy Rules

Facebook this year has visited the court a number of times over allegations of breaching people’s privacy. In June Belgium’s privacy watchdog filed a suit against the US tech giant…

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Patients will be able to use Artificial Blood, says researchers

Blood availability is a great challenge in many hospitals around the world. Many suffer because getting the right blood that is compatible with their body is sometimes hard. Researchers from…

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How companies prepared for the leap second

Yesterday i think God gave us an extra second to do what is right because i am a believer but science had its own opinion. People had to manually reset…

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Digital Devices are not suitable for classrooms.

Every college student goes through the phone during lectures. In school we had classes that one had to make sure that the phone has enough bundles to last them through…

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How the 2015 BET Awards unfolded on Twitter

As stars in music, acting, sports and entertainment celebrated the best in African-American music and pop culture at the 2015 @BETAwards, a large community of fans had Twitter as their…

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Leap Second Day – Today’s 11 pm will be 61 seconds long

Today will be a long day. No, not because your schedule will be hectic more than ever, and not because some nugu will torture the crap out of ya, but…

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Google has enabled Undo Send on Gmail

If you send many email messages, you must have sent an email to the wrong address. I once did send a private message meant only for my work colleague’s eyes…

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Earth is entering its sixth extinction-level event according to evidence

Some researchers are planning to move their industries to Mars and other planets instead of protecting earth from extinction. A new paper from Stanford, Princeton, and Berkeley suggests that the…

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‘Transparent’ Samsung Safety Truck aimed to reduce road accidents

Google made driverless cars with the aim of reducing accidents on the roads. The search giant also created a website used to deliver reports on accidents caused by the cars….

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Low-tech ways you can use to protect your privacy online

Many individuals and countries are powerless against hackers. Hackers can disrupt a government’s security making it vulnerable to attacks. A report suggested that hackers can cause a cyber war and…

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Airlines are vulnerable to hacking, says LOT Polish airlines

Hackers, given a chance, can take over the world. This is because they are able to hack in any machine that has an internet connection. Most recent cases that made…

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Hey Kenyans, get $250,000 funding for your Biotech ideas from Indie Bio

Other than IoT, Big Data and AI Technologies, Biotech is the future of tech worldwide. Today we have venture capitalists that have serious focus on Health and Biotech Startups whereby significant…

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Boeing 787-9 acrobatic stunts got million views on Youtube

  The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is very big but it can fly like a paper. The plane holds 280 passengers, has a nearly 200-foot (about 60-meter) wingspan and is over…

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Project Lightning to highlight trending events on twitter.

Twitter has launched a number of features this year including the Retweet with comment a feature that allows users to embed a tweet in their own tweets which will see…

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New Coke bottle made from sugar cane.

Coca-Cola showed off its new bottle at the Expo Milano food technology conference on Wednesday. The bottle is plastic but instead of using petroleum, the bottle’s plastic is derived from…

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Airplanes can fix themselves, says scientist.

When a person gets an injury it heals after some weeks or others develop into a tumor, aside from self heeling biological theories scientists have developed a way airplanes can…

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