Science

Stock Stepping Up to a Recent High: NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)

Stock Stepping Up to a Recent High: NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)

About shares traded. Manning and Napier Inc (NYSE:MN) has declined 46.69% since May 23, 2016 and is downtrending. Michigan-based Comerica Bank & Trust has invested 0.13% in NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:...

by · Science
IKEA is Making HomeKit Smart Lights Affordable for Everyone

IKEA is Making HomeKit Smart Lights Affordable for Everyone

IKEA's bulbs offer a no-frills approach to smart lighting. IKEA has now announced an update to the range, coming in summer 2017, allowing the lighting system to work with Amazon's Alexa , Apple...

by · Science

Instagram Is Testing a New "Archive" Feature

The feature further addresses the problem Instagram realized past year: people think it's only for the highlights of their life. We're not sure who the feature is being tested on, but if you do see it...

by · Science
Donald Trump Told Russians James Comey Was A 'Nut Job' & Twitter Explodes

Donald Trump Told Russians James Comey Was A 'Nut Job' & Twitter Explodes

The White House has said the firing was unrelated to the FBI's Russian Federation investigation. "The president has always emphasized the importance of making deals with Russian Federation as it rel...

by · Science

Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote as Rouhani wins Iran

Promoting an Iran more open to political discussion inside and out has won Rouhani a great deal of support with Iran's youth and Iran's middle class. Rouhani said. On Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister ...

by · Science
Battlefield 1 Multiplayer Adds Female Soldiers in Russian DLC

Battlefield 1 Multiplayer Adds Female Soldiers in Russian DLC

It marks a change in position for DICE, which PCGamesN previously reported had chosen to exclude female avatars the game's multiplayer mode. The Women's Battalions will be playable as the Russian Sc...

by · Science
'Doomsday' tunnel entrance in Arctic flooded by melting permafrost

'Doomsday' tunnel entrance in Arctic flooded by melting permafrost

The world's storage on the island of Spitsbergen was built in 2008. With a capacity of 4.5 million variants, now close to one million individual seed samples from around the world are kept in temper...

by · Science
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen coming to PS4, Xbox One this fall

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen coming to PS4, Xbox One this fall

Another remaster is on its way to the PS4 and Xbox One consoles. The series has since then sold 3.2 million copies worldwide. The original Dragon's Dogma was released in 2012, and another time the...

by · Science
Samsung Galaxy Wide 2 (Samsung Galaxy J7 2017) launched in select market

Samsung Galaxy Wide 2 (Samsung Galaxy J7 2017) launched in select market

The most notable feature is the dual-camera setup, which reports have implicated will bear a 12-megapixel wide-angle CIS-supporting dual-photodiode sensor and a 13-megapixel telephoto CIS sensor. If...

by · Science

Apollo 11 relic owned by IL woman to be auctioned off

The current owner recently sent the bag to NASA and the organization confirmed it's genuine and the dust inside is indeed moon dust. It will be up for auction on July 20 along with a signed photog...

by · Science

Fatalities in Manchester following incident at Ariana Grande concert

About 60 others were wounded. A male at the scene in Manchester has been identified as the probable bomber, and a U.S. official said suicide bombing is now considered to be the "likely" reason for t...

by · Science
Apple Pay now supports higher value transactions at most United Kingdom contactless tills

Apple Pay now supports higher value transactions at most United Kingdom contactless tills

According to a new report from Juniper, Contactless Payments: NFC Handsets, Wearables & Payment Cards 2017-2021, cards will continue to dominate cardless transactions, accounting for 80 percent of the...

by · Science
Worldwide sales of smartphones increase 9.1% in first quarter of 2017

Worldwide sales of smartphones increase 9.1% in first quarter of 2017

The shift in buyer preference is positively affecting Chinese manufacturers such as Huawei , Oppo and Vivo in their strategy to build desirable features at affordable prices. Smartphone sales in t...

by · Science
Snapchat's latest feature that Facebook will surely steal: group stories

Snapchat's latest feature that Facebook will surely steal: group stories

To create a custom story, you tap the new "Create Story" icon in the top-right corner of the Stories screen. Custom Stories lets you set a geofence so only people in a certain area can add to the co...

by · Science

Ariana Grande 'broken' after blast outside her show kills 22

Prime Minister Theresa May also said the incident was being treated as a terrorist attack. Ian Hopkins, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, said: "Many young people were out to enjoy a nig...

by · Science

WannaCry's Victims Were Overwhelmingly Using Windows 7

The estimates are based on computers running the Kaspersky's security software, while data from BitSight indicated the number was lower but still significantly skewed towards Windows 7 , with 67% o...

by · Science
State's unemployment rate hits record low in April

State's unemployment rate hits record low in April

SLO County's unemployment rate is lower than the national average of 4.1 percent and the state's 4.5 percent rate, both which fell in April. The KDOL and BLS do not calculate seasonally adjusted une...

by · Science
(SYMC) Rating Lowered to Sector Perform at Royal Bank of Canada

(SYMC) Rating Lowered to Sector Perform at Royal Bank of Canada

The company is scheduled to announce its next earnings results on Thursday, August 3rd. On average, equities research analysts expect that Symantec Co . Symantec also was the target of unusually larg...

by · Science

'Windows 10 is only OS safe from WannaCry', says Microsoft

The numbers sound even more alarming considering that, according to Net Market Share , 48.5 percent of computer systems in the world still use Windows 7 , while only 26.28 percent have the latest Wi...

by · Science

Security researchers have a fix for victims of the 'WannaCry' ransomware

This security company "Proofpoint" has researched well about the Adylkuzz and has claimed that this virus has infected several machines through which it has been successful till now to transfer ...

by · Science

North Korea Test Fires Mid-Range Missile Amid Growing Tensions

The launch of a Pukguksong-2 solid-fuel missile from a mobile launcher on May 21 may signal a new level of worries for the US, Japan, and South Korea. "Many more "Juche weapons" capable of striking th...

by · Science

Stokes opens up on missing IPL final

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen slammed the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for recalling Stokes, but the 25-year-old, who travelled to Spain with the rest of his England team-mates for a...

by · Science
Google AI programme beats top-ranked Go player

Google AI programme beats top-ranked Go player

Ke Jie, the world's top-ranked Go player, started a three-round showdown on Tuesday against Google's artificial intelligence program, AlphaGo, which beat a South Korean Go master in a five-round showd...

by · Science
OnePlus To Copy Apple iPhone 7; May Ditch Headphone Jack

OnePlus To Copy Apple iPhone 7; May Ditch Headphone Jack

First up, it could be Pei admitting he gave too much away about his firm's upcoming device with his previous post - which if so, means the headphone jack is indeed here to stay on the OnePlus 5. The c...

by · Science

Saudi Arabia calls for extension of oil supply cuts to drain stocks

Given the continued increase in oil rigs that have been deployed, and the lag time it takes for them to enter production, that means that U.S. production levels are likely to lift significantly this...

by · Science
Here's a closer look at Lenovo's upcoming Moto G5S

Here's a closer look at Lenovo's upcoming Moto G5S

The lineup included smartphones from the Moto Z , G, E, C, and X series. There is a rumor that Moto G5S will come in another variant which goes by the moniker Moto G5S plus. On the back, there ...

by · Science
Sperm frozen in space produces healthy mice

Sperm frozen in space produces healthy mice

If humans ever embark on long-term space flights, we'll need a way to reproduce. To test the effects of space radiation not just on sperm, but sperm-egg pairings, Wakayama's team has now received ap...

by · Science
NASA astronauts all set for emergency spacewalk outside International Space Station today

NASA astronauts all set for emergency spacewalk outside International Space Station today

According to NASA, the ISS crew has not been in any danger due to the MDM failure, and the failure is believed to be inside the box itself, so it has no impact on station activities. Whitson prepared ...

by · Science
Western Cape declared a disaster area

Western Cape declared a disaster area

Zille's office said the province would maintain the disaster status for three months. The most immediate interventions in the coming days will include the drilling of boreholes at hospitals, startin...

by · Science
Fossils cast doubt on human lineage originating in Africa

Fossils cast doubt on human lineage originating in Africa

But the fossil itself is a rare specimen of an ape from around the time of the last common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans. The fossils that have been discovered in Bulgaria and Greece date back ...

by · Science