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Another chat was announced by Google Tech 

Another chat was announced by Google

Later in the year, the company developed the Allo’s development. Google Vs. chat services, many times. The chaos continues, but we begin the story at the beginning. In The Verdict, Google announced that Messages will fully support the Rich Communications Services (RCS) standard from the end of the year. This is the successor of SMS and MMS, giving you the... Read More
In virtual reality we can see the world’s memories Tech 

In virtual reality we can see the world’s memories

Taliban monuments have inspired the American nonprofit organization CyArk to inherit the world’s most important monuments in virtual reality. Copies of world-famous works such as the Pantheon in Greece, Chichen Itzá in Mexico, Mount Rushmore, or the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin can already be accessed. In 2001, the Taliban destroyed 1500-year-old Buddhist sculptures in the Bámiján Valley in Afghanistan –... Read More
Asteroid mining can enrich the world’s first billionaire Interesting Facts Tech 

Asteroid mining can enrich the world’s first billionaire

The prominent astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Goldman Sachs analysts, agree on one thing: that the next $ 1,000 billion business will be mining. But not here on earth but in outer space. The first person with a fortune of $ 1000 billion will be the one who will extract raw material on asteroids. It offers unlimited energy and unlimited... Read More
A British company is making recycled plastic materials Tech 

A British company is making recycled plastic materials

The British startup maker Macrebur makes journeys made of recycled plastic. The company turns the plastic into small spheres, then puts bitumen into the asphalt. This reduces the use of fossil fuels. According to the company, the roads thus made can be made cheaper, they are more difficult to create potholes and even more environmentally friendly. Plastic paths can solve... Read More
Tesla: a forced break in Model 3 production Business Tech 

Tesla: a forced break in Model 3 production

Tesla stopped working on Model 3 again in February, and then the break for four days. The spokesperson of the company said that automotive production is now paused because it improves automation and corrects the errors in the production lines. There has been a lot of trouble with Model 3, and a new downturn will certainly delay the production of... Read More
Chinese researchers would retire RAM and ROM with a new kind of memory Tech 

Chinese researchers would retire RAM and ROM with a new kind of memory

The two most important types of computer memory, ROM and RAM, complement each other perfectly. In the past, we only needed these memories, but now we have a third, and we can do everything and even a little more than the other one. Read-Only Memory (ROM) content that can only be read-only data can not be changed, and the burned... Read More
The new enemy of technology is artificial intelligence and robots World Tech 

The new enemy of technology is artificial intelligence and robots

After the outbreak of the Facebook scandal, people had to be found soon, who could be held responsible for leakage of user data. At Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional hearing, it was clear that this Facebook founder did not want to take it on himself, but he did not want to put his colleagues in a disadvantageous situation either. During the two-day... Read More
Google has added a new book search engine Tech 

Google has added a new book search engine

A new search page was launched by Google. The special feature of the page running Talk to Books is to answer any questions you have through browsing books in Google Book. The program was introduced by the famous futurologist Raymond Kurzweil. Kurzweil is also working with Google, including text recognition and artificial intelligence. The program is currently sorting around 100,000... Read More
They created the world’s first electric powered jet Tech 

They created the world’s first electric powered jet

The propulsion of electrically powered vehicles has also reached the waters, and after electric boats, the world’s first electroject, Narke, has just been born. According to its developers, unique innovation at international level is about to be ready to conquer the world’s waters and change what we’ve been thinking about jet skis. The electrojet is not a jet-ski, but a... Read More
The price of SSD drives began to fall Tech 

The price of SSD drives began to fall

In the first place, due to the steady increase in the storage capacity of smartphones, in 2016 significant and sustained over-demand was generated in the NAND memory chips market. SSD Solid State Drives also drove the price of chip shortage. Fortunately, by the end of last year, partly by increasing the storage capacity of NAND chips and partly by expanding... Read More
Windows 10 will be updated soon Tech 

Windows 10 will be updated soon

According to internal sources, Microsoft originally wanted to start publishing Windows 10 this year’s first giant update in waves, but at the last minute it was forced to postpone the Spring Creators Update status. Microsoft has now confirmed last week’s rumor in a blog post that data from public testers highlighted a heavy bug in the build that significantly increased... Read More
Il a boycotté les robots tueurs Tech 

Il a boycotté les robots tueurs

More than fifty scientists in the field of artificial intelligence have announced boycott against a research institute of one of the most well-known South Korean universities, which has started to co-operate with a dubious reputable arms manufacturer. Scientists are afraid the weapon factory wants to develop killer robots. Scientists have been awarded a boycott of the Science and Technology Institute... Read More
Millions of router security vulnerabilities have been found Interesting Facts Tech 

Millions of router security vulnerabilities have been found

Five million routers are in the so-called. UPnProxy vulnerability, 70,000 devices have fallen victim to such an attack. More than 400 types of routers have the same problem, including the popular ASUS, Belkin, D-Link, ZyXel, Netgear or ZTE devices in Hungary. The bitport that has been exploited by cyber criminals is a bit of a problem with home and office... Read More
HD-quality vinyl recordings can come next year Tech 

HD-quality vinyl recordings can come next year

The Austrian startup invention will be available next year. The Renaissance is lived by vinyl records typical of the Hungarians only as vinyl records. Since the beginning of the decade, increasingly popular strings have been buying nostalgia from partly nostalgia and partly by fashion. The trend is also to be followed by an Austrian startup, and Rebeat Innovation is expected... Read More
Google is learning to read from mouth Interesting Facts Tech 

Google is learning to read from mouth

It’s hard to even pinpoint what a new algorithm under development is going to be used for, but it seems exciting to develop artificial intelligence capable of filtering out certain words in bulk. Research in Google Research Blogged by Inbar Mosseri and Oran Lang, Google’s two software engineers. The starting point was that while people are able to filter out,... Read More
The new Gmail is going to leak out Interesting Facts Tech 

The new Gmail is going to leak out

Get new robes and features soon Google’s popular web mail system, Gmail, came out on Wednesday. This was reported by the company itself by letter to G Suite’s administrators, saying it could not be long enough to join the small circle of people who could first try out Early Adopter Program. According to Google’s letter: fresh and clean will be... Read More
Hungary has joined the EU Artificial Intelligence Declaration European Union Tech 

Hungary has joined the EU Artificial Intelligence Declaration

Hungary joined the EU Artificial Intelligence Declaration, with the representatives of several EU countries on Digital Day on 10 April, together with József Pálinkás, President of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFIH), signed the accession of Hungary to EU artificial intelligence cooperation. According to NKFIH’s announcement to MTI, Member States are coordinating the research, application and legal regulation... Read More
Machine intelligence helps to better understand vision Tech 

Machine intelligence helps to better understand vision

By experimenting with animals and machine intelligence, a Hungarian-led research group can examine the nervous system processes of vision. Gergő Orbán, an international team at MTA Wigner Physical Research Center, won nearly one and a half million dollars for a three-year project. “Psychology is known that not only the actual observation contributes to the interpretation of an image, but also... Read More
The live-looking robot fish would watch the ocean creatures Interesting Facts Tech 

The live-looking robot fish would watch the ocean creatures

The MIT researchers have created a robothal that is not just a deception but a real one. This will enable them to explore marine life without disturbing its natural function. One of the biggest problems in discovering and observing living animals, living things in the sea is still that we are sending any technological means out there, it is likely... Read More
Musk introduced a part of the BFR – a Tesla next to it Tech 

Musk introduced a part of the BFR – a Tesla next to it

Elon Musk uploaded an instagram to Instagram about the device likely to produce a piece of rocket composite trunk in the future. Next to the huge machine they parked a Tesla to make it look good. This rocket is not Falcon Heavy but is called the Big Fu **** Rocket (BFR), which only Ku ** can be translated into the... Read More
Zuckerberg took on everything in the Cambridge Analytica scandal Other Tech 

Zuckerberg took on everything in the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Today, the US Senate, and on Wednesday, a committee of the House of Representatives, will listen to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder and chief of staff, about the recent scandal of data management. But before the hearings, Zuckerberg has already issued a statement acknowledging that they have not done enough to abuse Facebook’s data. This statement is essentially a written version... Read More
Google Chrome can get a new design Tech 

Google Chrome can get a new design

Designers can plan their design for 10th birthday. Another interesting thing is that the browser’s graphical interface will be more useful in touchscreen computers in the future. Chrome will automatically detect the touch panel, and if it is larger than usual, it will display its controls with larger spacing. The preview version of the touch mode can already be turned... Read More
In the brain of elderly people, the same number of neurons grow as in young people         Interesting Facts Tech 

In the brain of elderly people, the same number of neurons grow as in young people      

Researchers first discovered that healthy older men and women are able to grow the same number of new neurons as young people. Discovery in the treatment of degenerative diseases can be of great significance as Alzheimer’s disease. There has long been a debate among experts about whether adult people are growing new neurons, many previous research suggests that no new... Read More
The remains of 180 million years old dead fish were harvested with several embryos        Interesting Facts Tech 

The remains of 180 million years old dead fish were harvested with several embryos     

Six to eight embryos were discovered in 180 million years old fish lice in Great Britain. Early Jurassic history of geological history was discovered in 2010 near Whitby, North Yorkshire. Martin Rigby collector believed embryos found, and Mike Boyd and Dean Lomax, researchers at the University of Manchester confirmed it. Fish lizards or ichthyosaurs were dominant aquatic reptiles in the... Read More
Ford can only start electric cars in Germany after 2023         World Tech 

Ford can only start electric cars in Germany after 2023      

The Ford Motor started to manufacture electric cars in Cologne only after 2023. Gunnar Herrmann, head of Ford in Germany at Handelsblatt, said that electric cars could start production after the production of the Fiesta model in Cologne. The company manager pointed to the need to significantly increase demand for electric cars for the changeover. “Despite the 30 to 40,000... Read More
Zuckerberg has access to more than two billion users of Facebook      World Tech 

Zuckerberg has access to more than two billion users of Facebook   

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of the Facebook social networking site, said it had access to more than two billion Facebook profiles unauthorized and without the knowledge and permission of the users. Zuckerberg also presented the press with surprising data early Wednesday evening at a telephone conference with journalists. “We are an idealistic and optimistic company, and in the... Read More
A 40 megapixel camera and Wonder Womann comes with Huawei’s new top car       Tech 

A 40 megapixel camera and Wonder Womann comes with Huawei’s new top car   

Paris – On March 27, Huawei introduced the latest P20 products: the P20 Lite, the P20 and the P20 Pro, the Pro being the most powerful and the most expensive. The first and most noticeable change compared to last year’s P10 model on P20 mobiles is how unimaginably it copies the current peak iPhone X design, both externally, software and... Read More
Customized Custom Cars Customized on the Gene Chart for BMW (British for the Date)       Interesting Facts Tech United Kingdom Travel 

Customized Custom Cars Customized on the Gene Chart for BMW (British for the Date)    

The customer’s gene map promises a customized car on Sunday’s British advertising press campaign by the German BMW car factory – at least for British buyers who have forgotten to glimpse the calendar. According to semi-sided ads, BMW’s latest invention is the DNA Configurator – a design mechanism based on the DNA sample of the buyer’s candidate, which compares the... Read More
In the days of heaven, the Heavenly Palace will precipitate     Interesting Facts Tech 

In the days of heaven, the Heavenly Palace will precipitate   

It is anticipated that between April and Monday, China’s Tienkung-1 (Heavenly Palace-1) China Space Laboratory, which has not been in operation since 2016, is plagued by wreckage spreading around a thousand square kilometers. According to the European Space Agency (ESA), there is very little chance of endangering people. According to Space Agency specialists, the space station of more than ten... Read More
Czech Republic has issued the alleged Russian hacker to the United States of America by Yevgeny Nyikulin Tech 

Czech Republic has issued the alleged Russian hacker to the United States of America by Yevgeny Nyikulin

The Czech Republic issued the alleged Russian hacker to the United States of America by Yevgeny Nyikulin, whose release was both made by Washington and Moscow. Yevgeny Nyikulin was taken to the United States on a Friday plane on Friday, said Tereza Schejbalová, a spokeswoman for the Czech Ministry of Justice on Friday in a Twitter post. On the extradition,... Read More
The carbon footprint of chocolate has been studied by British researchers       Interesting Facts Tech 

The carbon footprint of chocolate has been studied by British researchers    

The carbon footprint of chocolate and the other environmental impacts of sweets have been studied by researchers at the University of Manchester, assessing the environmental impacts of ingredients, manufacturing process, packaging, transportation and resulting waste. The carbon footprint shows how much direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions are in the air during the life cycle of the product. In their... Read More
Hubble ‘successor’ faces new delay Tech 

Hubble ‘successor’ faces new delay

The successor to the Hubble Space Telescope has been delayed yet again and will not now launch until “approximately May 2020”. The James Webb Space Telescope is also in danger of busting the cost cap put on the project by the US Congress. Back in 2011, politicians on Capitol Hill said the observatory should not take more than $8bn to... Read More
In America, the first taxi without driver was launched Tech Travel 

In America, the first taxi without driver was launched

Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, and Mesa—Phoenix suburbs with near-perfect grids dotted with homes and big-box stores, the occasional golf course, and the state’s largest university—are now the proving grounds for a major development in autonomous transportation. Self-driving vehicle company Waymo, a Google spinoff owned by parent company Alphabet, is embarking on new territory: shuttling a group of early riders in self-driving vehicles without... Read More
Blackberry modified to ‘help drug cartels’ Tech 

Blackberry modified to ‘help drug cartels’

The chief executive of a company that created highly-secure smartphones allegedly used by some of the world’s most notorious criminals has been indicted. Canadian-based Phantom Secure made “tens of millions of dollars” selling the modified Blackberry devices for use by the likes of the Sinaloa Cartel, investigators said. The charges marked the first time US authorities have targeted a company... Read More
The French government wants a European regulation against online hate crime    Tech 

The French government wants a European regulation against online hate crime  

The French government on Monday presented its new anti-Semitism and anti-racism program aimed primarily at curbing hate on the Internet by enacting a greater responsibility for Internet service providers. The purpose of Paris is to have legislation regulated at European level after the domestic law.     The announcement of Monday by Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is the first concrete action to... Read More
He could fly the famous winged dinosaur, though he was just a pheasant          Interesting Facts Tech 

He could fly the famous winged dinosaur, though he was just a pheasant       

He was able to fly, albeit only in the pheasant mode, that is to say, he suddenly drifted off the ground, and the apex wings were performed by the famous winged dinosaur, the Archaeopteryx, shortly after the BBC wrote a new study. Archaeopteryx lived about 150 million years ago in today’s southern Germany. In its size and exterior it could... Read More
The nerves may have an aging muscle weakening           Interesting Facts Tech 

The nerves may have an aging muscle weakening        

The decreasing amount of nerves may change the natural aging of the legs muscles according to an international research group. Scientists have examined 168 people and found that the number of nerves controlling the leg muscles is reduced by about 30 percent to 75 years of age, BBC reported on the findings of a recent study published in the Journal... Read More
Internal medicine: Insulin-resistant condition can be reversed           Other Tech 

Internal medicine: Insulin-resistant condition can be reversed        

The type 2 diabetes mellitus, which is called insulin-resistant, can be reversed and the body can be re-healthy, “said Breyer Helga, an internist at the current M1 channel on Sunday. He added: Insulin resistance is an early metabolic disorder when the body pumps more and more insulin into the circulation to maintain blood glucose balance. This process can be stopped... Read More
Four scientists received this year’s Brain Award for Alzheimer’s          Interesting Facts Tech 

Four scientists received this year’s Brain Award for Alzheimer’s       

Four scientists have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Alzheimer’s Disease this year, with the EUR 1 million grant ($ 312 million), the BBC’s news portal reported. John Hardy, Bart De Strooper and Michael Goedert in Great Britain and German scientist Christian Haass uncovered the key protein variants that cause the most common form of dementia. Hardy received the prize,... Read More
Scientists have identified rare bird fossils         Interesting Facts Tech 

Scientists have identified rare bird fossils      

The scientists have identified the fossilized remains of a bird’s nest hatched 127 million years ago, claiming that the tiny creature belonged to a group of primitive birds and shared dinosaurs on the planet at that time. According to the authors of the study, Science Communications, Nature Communications, the fossils of primeval fossils lived 250-66 million years ago are very... Read More
Signs of the earliest stars of the universe were perceived       Interesting Facts Tech 

Signs of the earliest stars of the universe were perceived   

A Western-Australian ground-mounted antenna detected the evidence of the earliest known stars that illuminated the universe of darkness after the big bang – American researchers reported in their study of Nature. The weak signals of hydrogen gas detected by radio spectrometer of the Radio Astronomical Observatory of Murchison, West Australia, indicated the presence of stars for about 180 million years... Read More
It turned out how much the electric truck of Tesla would cost Tech 

It turned out how much the electric truck of Tesla would cost

Tesla, who last week exhibited the prototype of its electric tractor, will cost between $ 150 and $ 200,000. The basic model of the Tesla Semi will be able to do 482.8 kilometers with one charge. This truck will cost $ 150,000 and its production begins in 2019. The 800-kilometer version will cost $ 180,000, while the limited number of... Read More
Vodafone and Huawei have set up a successful 5G call        Interesting Facts Tech 

Vodafone and Huawei have set up a successful 5G call     

Vodafone and Huawei set the world’s first successful 5G call with the new NSA standard, Vodafone announced on Monday with MTI. According to the statement, the call on the test network was set up in Spain before the Mobile World Congress (MWC) began on Monday. During the test, two-way data call with 4G and 5G simultaneous data was created using... Read More
An amateur star has succeeded in what the pros are just dreaming of       Interesting Facts Tech 

An amateur star has succeeded in what the pros are just dreaming of   

An Argentinean amateur star has succeeded in what professional astronauts dreamed of: to detect the birth of a supernova. “This is the main prize of the cosmic lottery,” said Alex Filippenko, the star of Berkeley’s Institute of the University of California, who reported on observation with his colleagues in Science. In September 2016, Victor Buso was just testing a new... Read More
The secret of blood-sucking bats was genetically analyzed       Interesting Facts Tech 

The secret of blood-sucking bats was genetically analyzed   

An analysis by an international research team was conducted on genetic analysis of how some bat species can live exclusively on the blood. Contrary to rococo, which live on fruits, nectar and insects, the blood suffocator can drink half of its body weight, but its nutritional content is low and full of deadly pathogens. The genes of vampire candles in... Read More
The world’s largest brain tumor has been removed by Indian doctors       Interesting Facts World Tech 

The world’s largest brain tumor has been removed by Indian doctors    

Indian doctors removed a 1.8 kilogram brain tumor of a man who was probably the largest in the world – the BBC’s news portal reported on Thursday. The seven-hour surgery was carried out at Nair Hospital in Mumbai on February 14, but they did not say until they were successful in the operation. Trimurti Nadkarni, head of the neurosurgeon, says... Read More
The effectiveness of antidepressants has been demonstrated by a large-scale research       Other Tech 

The effectiveness of antidepressants has been demonstrated by a large-scale research    

One major issue in medical science has been answered by a large-scale research that has shown that anti-depressant drugs can effectively alleviate the symptoms – the BBC’s news portal wrote. Scientists have analyzed the results of 522 previous studies that included 116,477 participants. It was found that the most common 21 antidepressants were more effective in alleviating the symptoms of... Read More