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Researchers Produce 3D Images Of Beating Baby's Heart Inside The Womb

A newly developed technique in 3D imaging presents great potential in the treatment of unborn infants with congenital heart disease. Doctors will now be able to spot issues more clearly even before birth.


Apple Video Streaming Subscription Prices Leaked Ahead Of Event

For its soon-to-be unveiled video streaming service, Apple will apparently adopt something similar to a la carte pricing. There’s the baseline subscription fee and a $9.99 extra for additional channels such as Starz or Showtime.


Recalled Ground Beef That Caused Salmonella Outbreak May Still Be In Your Freezer, CDC Warns

CDC warned the public about double checking freezers for possible remnants of recalled ground beef. People should know the necessary measures to take so the outbreak can completely come to a close.


Hackers Who Cracked Tesla Model 3 Security In Competition Win Electric Car And $375K

Tesla awarded a group of hackers an electric car and $375,000 after it successfully exposed the vulnerabilities of the Tesla Model 3. The hackers used a JIT bug in the renderer to penetrate the infotainment system of the vehicle.


Baby Cough Syrup Recalled Because Of Harmful Bacteria That Can Cause Vomiting, Diarrhea

Kingston Pharma recalled a lot of its DG/health Naturals baby Cough Syrup + Mucus due to presence of bacteria causing vomiting and diarrhea. Customers may return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.


How To Watch Apple's March 25 Event

Apple is about to hold its highly anticipated March 25 event. Here's how to watch it online and a bit of what to expect from the Cupertino brand.


Ad-Centric Business Model May Not Work For Google Stadia

While Google has built its empire on ads, Stadia will have to find another way to make money. According to analysts, an ad-centric business model might not sustain the tech giant's ambitious gaming project.


Overwatch Community 40 Percent Less Toxic, Says Blizzard

Blizzard Entertainment fared quite well in its war against toxic 'Overwatch' players. Thanks to the endorsement system, the number of matches with negative behavior is down by 40 percent, according to the development team.


Monkey Birth Heralds Possible Solution To Fertility Problems Of Childhood Cancer Survivors

Researchers have successfully restored the fertility of non-human primates after chemotherapy. They hope that the new study will lead to solving the fertility issues that arise among childhood cancer survivors.


'Marble Planet' Photo Of Jupiter Showcases Stunning Power Of Jovian Storms

Jupiter Marble, a reference to the classic Earth photo dubbed Blue Marble, shows the swirling clouds and storms of the gas giant. The photo was captured by the Juno spacecraft which has been studying Jupiter since 2016.


CDC Says Current Flu Season Is 'Relatively Long'

The 2018-2019 flu season continues to record high levels of influenza activities across the United States. The CDC does not expect the current flu season to wind down in the next couple of weeks.


New Type Of Sensor Can Identify Electrical Faults Before They Even Happen

Researchers said that the system can monitor the performance of the electrical system and identify behavior that might lead to failure. The technology will point to areas that need repairs to prevent electrical failure.


Car-Sized Great White Shark Pregnant With 14 Pups Sold At Fish Market In Taiwan

A great white shark pregnant with record number of pups were caught and sold in Taiwan. It measured 15 feet long, which is bigger than a small car.


Super Moonbow: Rare Rainbow Appears During Equinox Super Moon

The super moon not impressive enough to make people look up at the sky? The recent super moon came with a rare type of rainbow called a 'moonbow.'


Bramble Cay Melomys Become First Mammal Wiped Out By Human-Caused Climate Change

The bramble cay melomys have become the first mammals to be lost due to human-caused climate change. They were last seen alive in 2009, and are said to be wiped out by sea-level rise.

Science March 23, 2019

Hidden Video Ads Could Be Draining Battery Of Your Android Phone

An anti-fraud firm has discovered a scam by some advertisers to stack multiple video ads in a single ad placement. These fraudsters would often hide these clips behind normal banner ads that appear on Android apps.

Tech March 23, 2019

Robot Translator Allows Fish And Bees To Communicate With Each Other

Engineers made it possible for fish and bees to communicate with each other using a robot translator. The experiment was chaotic in the beginning, but turned out successful in the end.

Science March 23, 2019

Sydney Man Steven Spencer Contracts HIV Despite Taking PrEP Anti-HIV Drugs

A man in Sydney has contracted HIV despite taking PrEP anti-retroviral drugs. Advocates hope the case does not discourage potential patients from taking the medication.

Health March 23, 2019

Slumping Ice Cliffs May Trigger Rapid Sea Level Rise

A new study revealed that ice cliffs could break off in a process called slumping and it could trigger rapid sea level rise. Tall ice cliffs are more likely susceptible to slumping, scientists said.

Science March 23, 2019

NASA Captures Image Of Massive Fireball Over Bering Sea

A meteor exploded over the Bering sea on Dec. 18, 2018. Amazingly, the instrument aboard NASA's Terra spacecraft captured a true-color image of the meteor's passage after it exploded.

Science March 23, 2019

Canada's Scotty Dinosaur Identified As World's Largest And Oldest T-Rex

Scotty the T-rex is the world's oldest and biggest dinosaur. Its leg bones suggest it was more than 19,400 pounds when it walked Saskatchewan in prehistoric times.

Science March 23, 2019

Intel Says It Will Stop Developing Modular Compute Cards

The concept behind Intel's Compute Cards was supposed to be ahead of its time. However, the recent burgeoning of cloud systems has rendered the idea of modular computing solutions almost obsolete.

Tech March 23, 2019

Top 5 Best Inbound Marketing Agencies In London, UK 2019

Attracting and engaging customers are big challenges in the present times when globalization has brought all the business players on the same page. Nowadays, it is a closely contested market arena out there. However, the same digital technology that has posed a challenge in the form of competition has also presented an opportunity.

Sponsored March 23, 2019

Instagram Wants You To Shop Without Leaving The App: Here's How Checkout Works

Instagram has introduced its newest feature called Checkout, where users can directly purchase products without leaving the app. Here's how it works.

Tech March 23, 2019

Florida Man Challenge: Here's How To Do The Latest Viral Craze

The #FloridaManChallenge is the latest viral craze on the internet right now. The goal is to Google search 'Florida man' along with a specific date and to find out what bizarre stuff some Floridian men have done in the past.

Culture March 23, 2019

The Outer Worlds To Launch On Microsoft Store And Epic Store Instead Of Steam

Epic Games confirmed that it partnered with publisher 2K's label Private Division for the distribution of 'The Outer Worlds' via the Epic Games Store. The much-hyped sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment will only become available on Steam in 2020.

Culture March 23, 2019

Netflix Testing Cheaper Mobile-Only Subscription Plan In Some Countries

Netflix experimental mobile-only plan in India costs half of a regular monthly subscription, a tier that might be tested in other countries moving forward. The streaming service is also testing plans at shorter increments.

Tech March 23, 2019

Epic Games Store 'Renovation' In Full Swing: Here's What To Expect

Epic Games revealed at GDC 2019 it is overhauling its digital PC store. Aside from the said 'renovation,' it will also add a cloud saving, installation management, and other new features in the next few months.

Culture March 23, 2019

Japanese Scientists Figure Out Where Asteroid Ryugu Might Be From

Where exactly did the mysterious Ryugu asteroid come from? Japanese scientists think they now know the space rocks that could be its possible source parents.

Science March 23, 2019

Remember AT&T’s Fake 5G Network? Study Says It’s Actually Slower Than 4G On Rivaling Carriers

AT&T’s fake 5G network is slower than other carriers’ 4G services, a study now shows. In response, AT&T called OpenSignal’s research methodologies flawed.

Tech March 23, 2019

Microsoft Explains How Its xCloud Streaming Service Will Bring Xbox Games To Phones

Microsoft will employ xCloud-specific tools to make sure streaming Xbox games on a phone wouldn’t be a terrible experience. It’s leveraging the Touch Adaption Kit and cloud aware APIs as part of those efforts.

Culture March 23, 2019

Genetic Research Could Be Suffering From Racial Bias To Detriment Of Science

Researchers found that the majority of participants in genomic studies of human diseases are of European descent, ignoring the diverse populations around the world. They argued that this might exacerbate health inequalities and even harm the public.

Health March 23, 2019

Autism Cure Cease Therapy Can Seriously Harm Children, Watchdog Warns

Autism Cease therapy can seriously harm children, a watchdog in the United Kingdom warned. At least 150 therapists were ordered to stop advertising Cease therapy as a cure, as it lacks credibility.

Health March 23, 2019

Taking Cues From ‘Nintendo Direct,’ Sony Will Debut First ‘State Of Play’ Presentation On March 25

Sony is cloning Nintendo Direct as State of Play. The first debuts on March 25, which will include new games, trailers, and updates on upcoming titles.

Culture March 23, 2019

Vegan YouTuber Yovana Mendoza Caught Eating Fish, Explains Health Issue

YouTuber Yovana Mendoza is now explaining herself after a video of her eating fish surfaced. She explains that she had to add meat to her diet due to a health condition.

Health March 22, 2019

Red Bull Stunt Has LA Residents Fearing Falling 'Meteor'

A Red Bull stunt stunned LA residents when they mistook jumpers in winged suits and pyrotechnics as a meteor strike or even a UFO invasion. The event marked the company’s celebration for the last supermoon of 2019.

Science March 22, 2019

Beats' First Truly Wireless Powerbeats Could Be The Perfect Apple AirPods Alternative

According to a new report, Beats is getting ready to unveil a truly wireless version of the Powerbeats. It's said to sport the same H1 chip as Apple's new AirPods and feature hands-free 'Hey Siri' support.

Tech March 22, 2019

Massive African Watusi Steer Brought To Petco To Test Leashed Pets Policy

Two ranchers brought an African Watusi to Petco to test the store's policy on bringing pets. Fortunately, Oliver was warmly welcomed to the local Petco.

Feature March 22, 2019

Walmart May Launch Its Own Cloud Gaming Service

Walmart will reportedly announce its very own cloud gaming service days after Google launched Stadia. Unnamed sources claim the company plans to make the platform official by the end of the year.

Culture March 22, 2019

Geostorm To Give Northern US, Canada Chance To See Aurora Borealis

People in places such as New York, Michigan, and Maine may have the rare chance ot witnessing the aurora borealis this weekend. This is due to a geostorm that will bend around the Earth's magnetic field.

Science March 22, 2019

Queen Guitarist Brian May Shares Movie Of New Horizons Ultima Thule Flyby

Queen's guitarist and astrophysicist Dr. Brian May made a cool music video featuring the celestial object Ultima Thule. According to May, the video is packed with real science and astro technological achievements.

Science March 22, 2019

Nokia Phones In Europe Reportedly Send Data To China

A number of Nokia 7 Plus phones in Norway have reportedly sent private user data to a server in China. HMD Global said it already fixed the problem, but Finnish data protection ombudsman wants to know more.

Tech March 22, 2019

You Can Shop On eBay Using Google Pay Starting This April

Google Pay will only be available as a payment method on eBay when buying from sellers enrolled in eBay’s new payments experience. The option rolls out this April.

Tech March 22, 2019

Toyota Tundra Gets Lowest Rating In IIHS Crash Test, Loses Consumer Reports Recommendation

The IIHS gave the Toyota Tundra a 'poor' rating after the latest series of crash tests. Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 was one of three pickup trucks that received a 'good' grading from the highway safety regulator.

Tech March 22, 2019

Microsoft Is Giving macOS The Windows Defender Treatment

Microsoft makes Windows Defender cross-platform by bringing the client to macOS. Users will have access to much of the same antivirus options, including scanning, taking action on threats, and more.

Tech March 22, 2019

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