Monthly Archives: December 2019

Some Android, iOS, and Windows Phones will not get WhatsApp support after 31st December 2019

Some Android, iOS, and Windows Phones will not get WhatsApp support after 31st December 2019Most of us know WhatsApp runs on a variety of operating systems. Now the worldwide messaging app doesn’t think it’s worth supporting Windows Phone anymore. The company has recently announced about Continue reading Some Android, iOS, and Windows Phones will not get WhatsApp support after 31st December 2019

Russia has successfully tested its own Country-Wide Internet

Russia has successfully tested its own Country-Wide InternetThe Russian government has announced that a country-wide alternative to the global internet has tested very successfully. The Russian Ministry of Communications has indicated the ordinary users didn’t experience Continue reading Russia has successfully tested its own Country-Wide Internet

Discover the New Samsung Fold 2 with Ultra Thin Glass Cover

Discover the New Samsung Fold 2 with Ultra Thin Glass CoverSome very interesting news related to the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 tweeted from the Ice universe (@UniverseIce). The device opens and closes around the horizontal axis similar to the Motorola Razr. It will use an ultra-thin glass cover Continue reading Discover the New Samsung Fold 2 with Ultra Thin Glass Cover

Leaked show Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite to arrive Next Month at CES

Leaked show Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite to arrive Next Month at CESSome leaks have indicated that Samsung is looking to launch its 2 cheaper flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. The Korea Herald reported both devices have been rumored for months and expected Continue reading Leaked show Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite to arrive Next Month at CES

Engineers are developing Machine Learning Tools to design better Solar Cells

Engineers are developing Machine Learning Tools to design better Solar CellsThe engineers in Iowa State are developing machine learning tools in order to quickly and cheaply design better solar cells. They need to use machine learning to scan swiftly existing data, learn patterns, make predictions, and help them Continue reading Engineers are developing Machine Learning Tools to design better Solar Cells

Experimental Quiet Supersonic Aircraft X-59 from NASA is Ready

Experimental Quiet Supersonic Aircraft X 59 from NASA is ReadyNASA worked hard for its first large scale piloted X-plane for more than 3 decades. It is now cleared for final assembly integration of its systems amid a major project review by senior managers that took place on Thursday in Washington Continue reading Experimental Quiet Supersonic Aircraft X-59 from NASA is Ready

NASA launched Test for World’s Largest Rocket Tank with Greatest Limits

NASA launched Test for World’s Largest Rocket Tank with Greatest LimitsNASA’s engineers at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, purposefully pushed the world’s largest rocket fuel tank beyond its design limits on 5th Dec 2019. The test version of the Space Launch System Continue reading NASA launched Test for World’s Largest Rocket Tank with Greatest Limits