The silicon valley tech giant has blockchain-related cloud technology development under way, media reported, citing sources familiar with the matter.
Scientists suggest preventing asteroids from hitting the Earth by using a stroke of paint instead of using a nuke to blow up giant space rocks at risk of colliding with out blue planet
Global drinks giant Coco-Cola is the latest company to announce it will use blockchain technology to help tackle modern slavery in its supply chain. The firm is partnering with the US State Department and three crypto organizations for its pilot project.
A report on the extinction of birds in rural France was published on March 20. Researchers from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle conducted parallel trials and have reached the same conclusion: “in last 17 years, populations of birds in farming areas have declined by one third.”
The scandal surrounding Cambridge Analytica's use and analysis of Facebook users' personal information without permission has taken an intriguing turn, just as the social media giant's CEO confirmed that the company failed to establish any connection between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign.
In cooperation with experts from the Institute of Metal Physics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMP UB RAS), researchers from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI have developed and studied nanoheterostructures based on gallium arsenide, which can speed up the performance of high-frequency microcircuits.
Alexander Markov, a doctor of biology and head of the biological evolution sub-department at Moscow State University's biology department and the evolutionary theory specialist spoke to Sputnik about the reasons behind the deterioration of the human gene pool.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A prominent human rights watchdog said on Thursday that it was launching a campaign against Apple over its negligent treatment of the personal information of millions of Chinese iCloud users, making it available for the Chinese government to access.
Police released a video of an accident involving an auto-piloted Uber vehicle, which resulted in the death of a cyclist.
Experts think they finally know when the rogue 8.6 ton Chinese space station will make its crash landing on Earth.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A Russian Soyuz-FG carrier rocket with the Soyuz MS-08 manned spacecraft lifted off on Wednesday from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan to bring three new crew members to the International Space Station (ISS), a Sputnik correspondent reported from the launch site.
Technology enabler blockchain contains web links to child pornography and archived conversations about Bitcoin and money laundering, according to new research by scientists in Germany.
Cambridge Analytica, a leading data mining firm, has drawn controversy over its alleged role in helping elect US President Donald Trump in last year's presidential elections, and the company's supposed harvesting of tens of millions of Facebook users' personal data without their permission.
With European Parliament President Antonio Tajani already pledging a probe into the alleged misuse of Facebook users' personal data, the campaign against the social networking giant is gathering strength.
The US Army is planning to demonstrate artillery technology capable of firing hypersonic projectiles sooner rather than later.
The United States Air Force’s F-15 fighter jets are slated to start testing their high-energy laser weapons later this year, with an eye to eventually shooting down cruise missiles and drones from the sky, a Pentagon official told reporters Monday.
Scientists from Russia's Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok have created a chocolate highly enriched with an imaginatively derived ginseng extract.
Nearly a generation ago, the once-vaunted dot-coms of the 'new economy' crashed within a short period of time, along with the millionaire dreams of many daring young Silicon Valley startups and the venture capitalists who loved them. Bitcoin may repeat their fate, albeit at a much faster pace.
Describing a recent incident in the skies above Nevada's second-largest city of Henderson, an eyewitness referred to the emergence of up to ten bright dots which looked like stars and which started to attack each other.
Boeing may be developing a second prototype as part of the competition to win a contract for the “Stinger,” the US Navy’s prospective unmanned aerial refueling tanker, Defense News reports.
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