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How Secure is the Secured?

How Secure is the Secured?

In 2016 alone, social networks like Facebook and Twitter produced approximately 4-petabytes and 8-terabytes of new data per day, respectively. IBM big data research shows that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created worldwide every day – so much so that 90% …Continue reading

Nasa’s Kepler Telescope Finds 10 More Planets That Could Sustain Life

NASA has released its most detailed and comprehensive mission catalog of planets detected by its Kepler telescope. The telescope team has discovered 219 new planets, 10 of which are alike in size to Earth and orbit in the habitable zone of a …Continue reading

Global Stocktake Shows the 43 Greenhouse Gases Driving Global Warming

The most comprehensive collection of atmospheric greenhouse gas measurements, published today, confirms the relentless rise in some of the most important greenhouse gases. The data show that today’s aggregate warming effect of carbon dioxide (CO₂), methane (CH₄) and nitrous oxide (N₂O) is …Continue reading

Robot Sits for University Entrance Math Exam in China

A robot named AI-MATHS took the math section of the Chinese university “gaokao” entrance exam and achieved passing scores. The test took place in Chengdu, capital of the Sichuan province in China on June 7, 2017. The gaokao is widely considered as …Continue reading

While Nations Play Politics, Cities and States Are Taking up the Climate Challenge

Last week, Donald Trump entered the White House Rose Garden and announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate accord. In doing so, he fulfilled his campaign promise to “cancel” the Paris deal, a move that calls into question …Continue reading

Apple releases new products at Worldwide Developers Conference

Held in San Jose, California, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2017) released a number of new products such as the new iPad, MacBook and MacBook Pro and iMac Pro. It also showcased the new HomePod, Apple’s answer to Google Home and …Continue reading

From Botnet to Malware: A Guide to Decoding Cybersecurity Buzzwords

Words like worm, trojan horse and phishing may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but they’re part of the reality of online life. Now that we communicate, work and entertain ourselves on the internet, these familiar terms start to take on …Continue reading

Blockstack Unveils Its Blockchain-Powered Browser

The internet was born on October 29, 1969. Twenty years later in 1989 Tim Berners-Lee, a British computer scientist, invented the World Wide Web leading to the version of Internet we know and use today. Now a startup called Blockstack is claiming …Continue reading

Women Startups Take Center Stage

She Loves Tech Global Startup Competition is taking place in Pakistan in July 2017. The competition aims to give promising women entrepreneurs and women-impact startups an opportunity to showcase their businesses to a global audience of investors and influencers from the tech …Continue reading

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