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SpaceX capsule back on Earth, paving way for new manned US flights

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule made its way on the Atlantic Ocean on Friday, completing a NASA demonstration mission that paves the way for the resumption of manned space flights from the US. After a few hours of uncertainty, the Dragon spacecraft landed at 8:45 am (1345 GMT) some 230 miles (370 kilometers) off the coast of Florida. The seven-seat capsule carried its “crew” of a single test dummy back to

CERN lab on the hunt for dark matter

European physics lab CERN told plans of a new trial to look for particles related to dark matter which is believed to make up some 27 percent of the universe said Tuesday. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) said the new experiment was “designed to look for light and weakly interacting particles.” CERN houses the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) that is a giant laboratory across a 27-kilometre (17-mile) tunnel

PLDT, Smart provide fastest internet connections, says Ookla

Independent internet speed-testing firm Ookla reported the fastest internet speeds in the Philippines are still what PLDT-Smart provides. The third to fourth quarters of 2018 ranking of fixed-line internet service providers, Ookla mentioned PLDT came out on top with download speeds of up to 52.28 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of up to 55.95 Mbps having a Speed Score of 18.57 Sky Broadband followed suit with download and

Apple Fires one hundred ninety Employees From Project Titan Self-Driving Car Project

The apple company has reportedly confirmed it is firing one hundred ninety employees from it is ambitious self-driving car project called Titan. According to a report in San Francisco Chronicle late Wednesday, the Cupertino-based company has laid off mostly engineers, which includes 38 engineering programme managers, 33 hardware engineers, 31 product design engineers and then 22 software engineers.The layoffs in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale would take effect from April sixteen,

These Youngster Pinoy Students Innovate for Sustainable Solutions

Filipinos don’t fall behind with regard to science and research. There’s Josephine Santiago-Bond, the Filipino engineer who has successfully made a name for herself as one of the National Aeronautics and then Space Administration’s chief staff. Many Filipino innovators are making breakthroughs in different fields, and the coming future of research is searching even brighter—young innovators from all over the Philippines have come together for the 2019 National Science and

In today’s digital world, Artificial Intelligence has made a growth and has become advanced than before.

If AI can boosts and then improve the cybersecurity effectiveness, it might also lead to make the task even more complex. Hackers look for new ways to use and modify AI, to evolve and then use the last available technologies in the market to cause harm. There is no proper cybersecurity strategy using AI, to tackle this important issue. According to latest figures by webroot, AI is used by approximately

Philippine game changers share what it takes to be leaders in science, technology

Four women who have created a placed in science, technology, engineering, and then mathematical recount their journeys, as well as the challenges and then chances that lie ahead.To mark the United Nations International Day of Women and then Girls in STEM, the Worldwide Labor Organization gathered 4 Filipina leaders on Friday, February 22, to share their remarkable trips in paving the method for women in the Philippines. Although STEM groups

Leading With Technologies In A Connected World

The staggering speed in which Technology has permeated into all aspects of our everyday life and work, nowadays, it’s impossible to imagine that there are more connected and then digital devices than people. Today , technologies has gone absolutely global. One billion people in the world are using four billion connected things (IoT 2016). We call up this IoT – internet of things. We are now surviving in “Smart cities”,

Filipino-made "NASA" app creates space data to fishermen

A Filipino-made mobile application was recently identified by the United States’ National Aeronautics and then Space Administration (NASA) for it is vision of giving fishermen with scientific data that might help in their everyday lives. The ISDApp, designed by a group of Filipino creative and information technology professionals, won the “Galactic Impact” award in the NASA Space Apps Challenge for providing a “solution with the most potential to improve life

Artificial Intelligence Could possibly Speed Up Navy Training as New Technology is Rapidly Fielded

Artificial intelligence could be used not only for faster decision-making on the battlefield but also for faster training as the Navy inserts more weapons and then tools onto ships and aircraft, the Navy’s top weapons buyer said last week. James Geurts, the assistant secretary of the Navy for researching, development and acquisition, told reporters that the Navy has many needs for Artificial intelligence tools, especially given the service’s reliance on