NASA’s Mars Orbiter Has Spotted Star Trek Symbol on the Red Planet

NASA’s Mars Orbiter Has Spotted Star Trek Symbol on the Red Planet

Maybe it is the first time to catch Starfleet and see whether they have established a base on Mars. NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has captured an image which reveals the shape of the famous logo from Star Trek. Thus it seems like Starfleet is actually embedded on the Red Planet. Scientists have spotted a […]

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Canada Aims to Ban Single-Use Plastic Products in the Upcoming Two Years

Canada Aims to Ban Single-Use Plastic Products in the Upcoming Two Years

Canada intends to ban some single-use plastic objects in the upcoming two years. It seems like the country is trying to minimise the impact of the non-biodegradable material. Rapidly increasing use of plastic is transforming the world into the plastic. It is imposing harm to mother nature, including plants and animals. Marine life has had […]

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NVIDIA's Studio Laptop Series to Process Seven Times Faster than 15-inch Macbook Pro

NVIDIA’s Studio Laptop Series to Process Seven Times Faster than 15-inch Macbook Pro

NVIDIA’s new studio lineup of laptops powered by RTX Series GPUS and also the latest software Platform named “Studio” are much powerful than everyone expected. With the top of the line graphics card and the supporting software for those who need to utilize the power of the RTX series of the graphics card, the new […]

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Microsoft Testing Windows Defender Extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox

Microsoft Testing Windows Defender Extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox

Microsoft is trying to make Windows Defender as one of the best available Antivirus and Antimalware programs in the market. The recent release of Microsoft Defender for Mac computers is the evidence for saying so. Now, we’ve spotted that Microsoft is pushing Windows Defender Extension for popular browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The […]

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Nokia Phones Sending Data to Chinese Servers - Finland Government to Investigate

Nokia Phones Sending Data to Chinese Servers – Finland Government to Investigate

Privacy is the biggest concern for most of the smartphone users, as the companies desperately trying to get data from the users in one way or another. Not all online services are secure and honest enough to not to share the collected data for snooping or advertising. But in the recently reported cases, the Nokia […]

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Facebook May Be Storing User Passwords Of Millions Since 2012

Facebook May Be Storing User Passwords Of Millions Since 2012

Facebook revealed last night about a flaw that stores passwords. This flaw was found in January. Millions of user passwords are stored by Facebook in its systems in plain text. It simply means that anyone who has access to these passwords can easily read them without having to decrypt them. Such vulnerability can affect so […]

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