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07:20, 22 April 2018 Sunday
Science&Technology

16:51, 03 April 2018 Tuesday
Islamic bank IDB officially launches 500M science fund

Fund to support scientists in finding solutions to challenges in Muslim World, Islamic Development Bank says in Tunis

16:56, 02 April 2018 Monday
Facebook needs 'a few years' to fix problems

Speaking to the news site Vox, Zuckerberg defended the company's business model and shot back at criticism of the social networking giant from Apple CEO Tim Cook last week.

17:26, 31 March 2018 Saturday
Tesla says autopilot was engaged during fatal crash

A Tesla Model X collided with a highway barrier near the town of Mountain View in California on March 23, catching fire before it was struck by two other cars.

13:28, 30 March 2018 Friday
Microsoft reorganizes forms two major divisions

Company establishing two new teams -- Experiences and Devices, and Cloud and AI  

05:24, 29 March 2018 Thursday
Facebook announces new steps to protect users' privacy

The updates include improved access to Facebook's user settings and tools to easily search for, download and delete personal data stored by Facebook.

12:34, 27 March 2018 Tuesday
Facebook falls 6 percent amid US investigation

Social network giant has lost more than $100B in value loss since last week  

17:15, 24 March 2018 Saturday
The longest flights in the world

Qantas on Saturday launched the first non-stop passenger service linking Australia and Europe, with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner departing Perth for London on one of the longest flights in the world.

12:14, 24 March 2018 Saturday
NASA says Arctic sea ice historically low in 2018

Lowest levels of wintertime sea ice on record occurred during past four years

10:10, 22 March 2018 Thursday
Two NASA astronauts one cosmonaut head for ISS

Three veteran space fliers launch successfully to join crew on space station in two days  

05:16, 21 March 2018 Wednesday
Canadian mathematician Langlands wins Abel Prize

The so-called Langlands programme dates back to 1967, when the then-associate professor at Princeton University wrote a letter to renowned French mathematician Andre Weil outlining his new theory.

14:14, 20 March 2018 Tuesday
Facebook rocked by data breach scandal

Calls for investigations came on both sides of the Atlantic after Facebook responded to explosive reports of misuse of its data by suspending the account of Cambridge Analytica, a British firm hired by Trump's 2016 campaign.

10:11, 20 March 2018 Tuesday
NASA study finds reduced emissions could save millions

New research says reducing carbon emissions sooner could prevent 153 million premature deaths globally

11:37, 17 March 2018 Saturday
Stephen Hawking scientist who stood up for Palestine

Theoretical physicist became an icon for Palestinians when he joined a boycott campaign against Israeli policy in 2013

11:46, 16 March 2018 Friday
Siemens' health unit set for market debut

Healthineers, one of Siemens' largest and most valuable divisions, supplies hospitals around the world with everything from X-ray and MRI machines to lab diagnostics gear and robotic arms used in the operating theatre.

13:53, 14 March 2018 Wednesday
Google to restrict ads on cryptocurrencies

Ban will come into effect from June, Google says in statement

15:40, 12 March 2018 Monday
Space bases could preserve civilization in World War III says

Musk, the founder of rocket and spacecraft company SpaceX, said the company's interplanetary ship could begin test flights as soon as next year.

15:52, 11 March 2018 Sunday
Blockchain technology can revolutionize world

Technology can be used in so many areas to change world, experts say

11:44, 10 March 2018 Saturday
Microsoft aims to spread cloud computing in Turkey'

Head of tech giant in Turkey says cloud computing ensures 'great democratization'



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