Mars weather: ‘Cloudy, chance of nighttime snowstorm’
Mars is buffeted by turbulent snowstorms that occur only at night, according to a study released Monday that revises...
Facebook losing teens to Instagram-Snapchat: forecast
Facebook use in the US will slow as teens and young adults opt for smartphone image-sharing services Instagram and...
US board to vote on likely cause of Tesla ‘Autopilot’ crash
The US National Transportation Safety Board will vote at a September 12 hearing on the probable cause of a...
Britain gets its first cloned dog
Britain’s first cloned dog has been born after a 12-year-old dachshund was reproduced as a puppy in a South Korean laboratory at the cost of £60,000. Rebecca Smith, a caterer from West London, had the puppy created in a test tube using DNA from her pet, Winnie. “My sausage... Read more
Volcanic islands merge in Pacific Ocean
A volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean has merged with its neighbour to form one landmass, according to NASA The merged island lies some 1,000km (621mi) south of Tokyo, the result of eruptions on the seafloor that have spewed enough material to rise above the water line. In November... Read more
Samsung Galaxy S5 adds two new anti-theft features: What you need to know
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 smartphone is being launched in April. The price for the device is not yet out and according to Samsung it is likely to be between Rs 51,000 to 53,000. The S5 boasts  two new anti-theft features that have been announced by the company. The two features... Read more
Life on Mars? ‘Lights’ in Nasa pictures explained
Images captured by Nasa’s Mars Curiosity rover have sparked debate among UFO believers, with some suggesting they “could indicate that there is intelligent life below the ground” on the planet. The pictures, taken on April 3 by the Curiosity rover’s right-hand navcam, appear to show a light in the... Read more
Google, Apple, Facebook forging ahead with the ‘Green Internet’vision
According to a report released by the environmental activist group Greenpeace Google, Apple and Facebook are spearheading the efforts to power the Internet with 100 percent renewable energy. The report titled “Clicking Clean: How Companies are Creating the Green Internet” details how these Internet leaders  have brought about a... Read more
NASA to help people crate their own space craft!
From April 10, the US space agency is all set to reveal its enormous database highlighting where to find software for more than 1,000 of its projects. “NASA would offer a searchable database of projects,” Daniel Lockney, technology transfer program executive at NASA, was quoted as saying to the... Read more
Europe Space Agency launches satellite to monitor natural disasters
Europe on Thursday launched the first satellite of its multibillion-euro Copernicus Earth observation project that will supply valuable images in the event of natural disasters or even a plane crash. The Sentinel-1a satellite, which blasted off into Earth’s orbit from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana at 2102 GMT, will... Read more
Flying Dinosaurs exhibition opens in New York
An international exhibition in New York explores the awe inspiring world of prehistoric flying reptiles, the pterosaurs who ruled the skies  millions of years ago. “Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs,” opens today  and runs until January 2015 at the American Museum of Natural History, co-curated with an... Read more
TV Channels Plan to Fly With Moon Missions
Two United States cable television networks are apparently planning to go to the moon. The Discovery Channel and Science Channel have joined the Google Lunar XPrize initiative, a $30-million project with the goal of getting a mission back to the Lunar surface. Founded as a way to challenge and... Read more
Telenor serving customers with one of the most modern networks in the world
Telenor Pakistan is serving its customers with one of the most modern networks available in the world: Gyorgy Koller, Chief Technology Officer, Telenor Pakistan. In line with its commitment to deliver high quality and a superior customer experience, Telenor Pakistan has successfully completed its network swap project – making... Read more
New maps may hold vital clues to brain mysteries
The many connections between different parts of the brain have no street signs or trail markers. But in order to better explore this complicated organ that enables us to be conscious, thinking, alert beings, scientists need maps. Big maps. Two studies released Wednesday in the journal Nature showcase brain... Read more
‘Blood Moon’ Eclipse heralds according to 2nd Coming of Jesus Prophecy Claimers
‘Blood moon’ will be entirely observable from the central Atlantic westward to eastern Australia. ‘Blood Moon’ happens when Earth casts its shadow on the moon resulting to a reddish-orange colour of the lunar surface. Being part of four lunar eclipses in 2014-15, ‘Blood Moon’ is also known as “tetrad”.... Read more
Mini space robot set to perform life-saving surgeries for astronauts in the future
Astronauts on long missions in space may soon rest easier knowing that they have a tiny robotic surgeon onboard their spacecrafts. Scientists have developed a miniature robot that can be used to perform remote controlled surgeries in space. The device, which was developed with researchers from Virtual Incision in... Read more