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Jeff Bezos is constructing giant watch that will get past our civilization

Jeff Bezos is constructing giant watch that will get past our civilization

Jeff Bezos has announced that he has started the setup of the giant watch which should work for 10 000 years and become a symbol of our civilization. Installation has begun—500 ft tall, all mechanical,...
Microsoft develops a decentralized identification system

Microsoft develops a decentralized identification system

Microsoft Identity Division is a department working on the development of Microsoft Authenticator.  It has been working on a decentralized system for the identification and storage of personal data for a year,...
Tesla to create the biggest virtual power station in Australia

Tesla to create the biggest virtual power station in Australia

South Australian state authorities in cooperation with Tesla launch a pilot project aimed to create the largest virtual power plant. During the experiment solar mini-power plants will be equipped with 1,100...

Windows Vulnerability with customer Telegram enabled to disseminate malware and do cryptocurrencies mining

Kaspersky Laboratories, the antivirus company informed about the 0-day vulnerability in the Telegram. The Company’s experts have discovered that hackers were able to disseminate malware and get access to the...

Boston Dynamics’ Robots Learn Cooperation

Boston Dynamics Company has posted a video where a SpotMini robot helps another one to open the door. SpotMini is the Company’ four-legged robot that looks like a dog. The first test videos showed a robot...

A3 has successfully tested unmanned air taxi

A³, a subsidiary Airbus is working on a project of an unmanned flying taxi called Vahana since 2016. On January 31, 2018  the company has tested a full-size prototype, which was named Alpha One. The aircraft...

Steve Wozniak "no longer believes" Elon Musk and is "tired" of Bitcoin

Steve Wozniak is one of the pioneers of the IT industry and therefore his public statements rarely go unnoticed. At the same time, the famous engineer has repeatedly changed his attitude to these or other...

Falcon Heavy successfully launched the Elon Musk’s cabriolet into space

The long-awaited start of the Falcon Heavy cargo rocket finally took place and was successful. SpaceX has launched the most heavily loaded rocket on February 6 from the cosmodrome at cape Canaveral in...

50 qubit quantum computer from IBM

IBM presented a quantum computer with a capacity of 50 qubits at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The power of the new computer will solve computing problems that is not possible for conventional silicon chips. IBM's...

SpaceX will launch its “Falcon Heavy” on February 6th with Elon Musk's personal car on board

SpaceX has announced the launch of its super-heavy lift “Falcon Heavy” rocket on February 6th, 2018. The launch has already been postponed several times but recently the company successfully tested the engines...

How IT revolution will change fashion industry

We have very important news for guys who hate shopping! Men of all ages, bored in the fitting rooms, waiting for their too picky ladies. Is that picture familiar with you? Oh yes! It's unbearable. Unbearably...

Speech generator from Google imitates the natural human voice

Google developed a speech generator which reproduces the text in a voice indistinguishable from the human. The program called Tacotron 2 functions based on two neuronal networks. One algorithm is designed for...

The Quantum phone will provide the most reliable communication

Scientists of Moscow State University (MSU) have presented a communication system working on quantum information protection technology. The basic information is transmitted using the usual encrypted protocols...

Uber and NASA will create a flying taxi

Residents of megacities lose many hours getting to work or home by sitting in rush hour traffic. Meetings are cancelled, precious time is wasted, and nerves are frayed all because of congested roads. Uber and...

Intel patches aimed to fix vulnerabilities were called “complete garbage” by Linux creator

Recently, the vulnerabilities Meltdown and Specter have been identified. These are bugs in the architecture of most modern processors, with which you can intercept data from programs that have elevated...