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NASA Starshade: We Come in Peace

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), is launching a highly ambitious programme called Starshade. Under the Starshade programme, the agency seeks to develop...

The Future of Tesla Motors – A Detailed Analysis

Tesla Motors is a company that is much admired by people all over the world. While others pitch the idea of renewable energy and...

How Web Scraping Affects Online Businesses

Outside of the Information Technology (IT) sector, few people in the business world understand the threat that is posed by web scraping bots or...

Make Futuristic Style Home Automation with Micro Linear Actuators

Linear actuators have been instrumental in the manufacture of a plethora of industrial and commercial applications. Over the recent years, there has been a...

How would you pay for Gum in the Next 5 Years?

It is fair to say that the world of payments has seen a huge change in recent years. As technology continues to reach newer...

Hello 2017, Goodbye Smartphones, What’s Next?

We are soon going to hello 2017 and some people say that it’s really going to be a revolutionary year for technologically. So much...

Is “The Cloud” Secure for Business Hosting?

Cloud computing is valuable for businesses that wish to operate in today's modern environment. The paradigm offers so many perks, such as flexibility, cost...

3 Cool Tech Products To Help You Sleep

Admit it, you love all sorts of cool gadgets and gizmos in your home, as they provide assistance to our lives and look awesome...

 The Use of AI Technology And Its Future

Artificial Intelligence is appearing to be a focal point of technology companies and the use of AI technology is growing as well. It is...

Getting Facebook Up in The Sky: The story of Project Aquila

Facebook’s project Aquila is aimed at providing the access of internet everywhere, with the help of solar-power drones that will throw the signal to...