Amazon: The biggest surprise hardware announcements

Today Amazon held a hardware event that was loaded with new product announcements. We got new Echo speakers, a new Echo Show, and even a microwave. In many ways, the sprawling event was a showcase of how far Alexa has come in the four years since Amazon’s voice assistant was first introduced in 2014. The technology has evolved far beyond its early capabilities on the … Continue reading Amazon: The biggest surprise hardware announcements

New NASA orbital telescope discovers two planets

A planet hunting orbital telescope designed to detect worlds beyond ours, discovered two new distant planets this week 5 months after its launch. NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, better known as TESS, made an early discovery of “Super Earth” and “Hot Earth” planets in solar systems at least 49 light years far from earth. This made the satellite’s first discovery after 5 months after its … Continue reading New NASA orbital telescope discovers two planets

A Japanese spacecraft just threw two small rovers at an asteroid

This morning, a Japanese space probe deposited two tiny rovers on an asteroid nearly 200 million miles from Earth. The vehicle is Hayabusa2, and the rovers were the first in a series of robots that the vehicle will throw at the asteroid’s surface over the next few months. Operated by the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Hayabusa2 is tasked with grabbing a sample from an asteroid named … Continue reading A Japanese spacecraft just threw two small rovers at an asteroid

Nuclear pasta in the crust of neutron stars is 10 billion times harder to break than steel

Scientists have simulated the strongest known material in the universe called ‘nuclear pasta’. It is a material at the heart of the neutron star ‘s crust, taking the form of extremely dense structures that takes on shapes resembling different shapes of pasta, such as lasagna and spaghetti. Researches say the new simulations could help us better understand major astrophysical phenomena, such as gravitational waves. What … Continue reading Nuclear pasta in the crust of neutron stars is 10 billion times harder to break than steel

New iPhones worth the cost: Tim Cook

Defending the high price consumers will have to pay this month to own the most expensive iPhones, Tim Cook the CEO of Apple Inc. said that the device is worth the money as it replaces many other gadgets one might need. Apple’s latest range of iPhones consists of iPhone XR, XS and XS MAX. The most expensove model will cost you as much as $1449. … Continue reading New iPhones worth the cost: Tim Cook

Top 5 games to be played on Android phones

1.PUBG Mobile Amazon.in Widgets PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) for mobile is a free survival shooter that lets you experience what it’s like to be dropped on an island with 99 other players to see who will ultimately survive. But what’s great about the mobile version of this extremely popular game on PCs is that it seems to run even better on a smartphone. In other words, … Continue reading Top 5 games to be played on Android phones

Bing’s support for Google AMP just took a big step forward

Microsoft is now supporting Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) directly from Bing’s mobile search results. Although Microsoft has supported AMP since 2016, previously it was limited to the dedicated Bing app. Compatible AMP web pages will display a small lightning bolt next to the website name in the news carousel of the Bing search results. Now users of both Bing and Google search will benefit from AMPs fast … Continue reading Bing’s support for Google AMP just took a big step forward

Amazon eating into Google, Facebook ad market share

Amazon’s marketing advertisements are gaining faster than expected in a market dominated by Google and Facebook. The world’s biggest online retailer has gained $4.6 Billion in advertisement sales this year which is equal to 4.2% of total online ad market. Google and Facebook remain the dominant digital advertising companies, with a combined of $111 Billion, which is 58% of the total market. Investors believe that … Continue reading Amazon eating into Google, Facebook ad market share

Fortnite is not the biggest game on YouTube this year

This year, it’s felt like Fortnite has taken over the world: seemingly every teen is playing it, big sports events always have stars doing in-game dances, and even Drake likes to drop onto the island from time to time. When it comes to video content, some of the most circulated and widely talked-about gaming clips tend to be wild plays or funny Fortnitemoments. But, don’t let the hype … Continue reading Fortnite is not the biggest game on YouTube this year

Coups for Google as Renault, Nissan pick android Auto

Google is teaming up with Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi to add Android into the cars dashboard media systems. This deal means that car drivers will be able to access Google Assistant without the use of phones. drivers will also be able to access the Google Map’s Navigation and the other apps without touching the phone. Continue reading Coups for Google as Renault, Nissan pick android Auto