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Tesla to build world's largest virtual power plant in South Australia Tesla to build world's largest virtual power plant in South Australia

Under the plan, 50,000 homes in South Australia (SA) will have solar panels and batteries installed by Musk's Tesla free of charge


Record-setting spacewalk ends with antenna in wrong spot Record-setting spacewalk ends with antenna in wrong spot

The trouble arose toward the end of the more than 8-hour spacewalk



Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai to step down Sony chief Kazuo to step down

Mr Yoshida, Sony's chief financial officer, is to take over control of the Japanese electronics giant from 1 April


YouTube to label state-sponsored news videos YouTube to label state-sponsored news videos

A feature being rolled out in the US displays notices below videos uploaded by news broadcasters which receive government or public money


Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman

It declares John Hennessy as chairman, replacing Schmidt, who announced his departure in December


Travel Frog: The cute Japanese game that has China hooked Japanese frog has Chinese gamers hooked

Travel Frog has topped the charts of free game category in Apple's App Store in China for more than a fortnight


Samsung enters crypto-currency chips business Samsung makes crypto-currency chips

The South Korean company overtook Intel to become the biggest chipmaker last year


Triple treat: Blue Moon, Supermoon, Total Lunar Eclipse rolled into one Triple treat: Blue Moon, Supermoon, Total Lunar Eclipse rolled into one

Europe and most of Africa and South America also will pretty much miss the show


Human genome decoded with pocket-sized device Human genome decoded with pocket-sized device

The new sequencing method is the first to read long, unbroken strands of DNA, yielding a final result that is 99.88 percent accurate


Salt, the solution to winter's dangers, threatens US waters Salt, the solution to winter's dangers, threatens US waters

Researchers say tons of sodium chloride crystals, more than 20 million nationwide each year; are rising the salinity of hundreds of lakes


NASA honors seven killed on Space Shuttle Columbia 15 Years Ago NASA honors seven killed on Space Shuttle Columbia 15 Years Ago

It held its annual day of remembrance to honor all its astronauts killed in the line of duty


Coincheck: World's biggest ever digital currency 'theft' World's biggest digital currency 'theft'

Coincheck froze deposits and withdrawals for all crypto-currencies except Bitcoin as it assessed its losses in NEM, a lesser-known currency


iPhone battery 'slowdown' to be optional iPhone battery 'slowdown' to be optional

The option to switch off the feature will appear on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, SE, 6S, 6S Plus, 7 and 7 Plus models


Rare 'super blood blue moon' visible on Jan 31 Rare 'super blood blue moon' visible on Jan 31

This full moon is also the third in a series of "supermoons," which happen when the moon is closest to Earth in its orbit


Samsung to debut Galaxy S9 on 25 February Samsung to debut Galaxy S9 on 25 Feb

The smartphone will be launched at an event called 'Unpacked' which take will place a day before Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 kicks off


Chinese volunteers spend 200 days on virtual 'moon base' Chinese volunteers spend 200 days on virtual 'moon base'

The volunteers lived in the sealed lab to simulate a long-term space mission with no input from the outside world


Ariane rocket suffers rare anomaly Ariane rocket suffers rare anomaly

The SES satellite, called SES-14, was manufactured in the UK by Airbus at its Portsmouth and Stevenage plants


Spacewalking astronauts onboard the ISS give new hand to robot arm Spacewalking astronauts onboard the ISS give new hand to robot arm

It was the first spacewalk for Tingle, who arrived last month, and the third for Vande Hei


First monkey clones created in Chinese laboratory First monkey clones created in Chinese laboratory

Scientists say populations of monkeys that are genetically identical will be useful for research into human diseases


Contest for second Amazon HQ heats up as finalists named Contest for second Amazon HQ heats up as finalists named

The US technology and lifestyle giant last week narrowed its list of candidates from 238 applications for the prize


Alstom testing automated freight train in the Netherlands Alstom testing automated freight train in the Netherlands

The automated train prototype can travel for about 100km (60 miles) without driver intervention


Netflix’s success turns net neutrality into an afterthought Netflix’s success turns net neutrality into an afterthought

GBH Insights analyst Daniel Ives says Netflix’s fortress is so strong now that net neutrality has become background noise for them


Facebook  to introduce blood donation feature in Bangladesh Facebook to introduce blood donation feature in Bangladesh

Facebook will announce and activate a new effort on January 23 to make it easier for people to sign up to be donors and a new way to connect people


NASA bumps Astronaut off space station flight in rare move NASA bumps Astronaut off space station flight in rare move

Astronaut Jeanette Epps would have been the first African-American to live on the International Space Station


Thousands hit in OnePlus credit card hack Thousands hit in OnePlus credit card hack

The company stopped taking card payments via its site earlier this week after learning about the attack


Facebook logs out of ‘sensationalism’ Facebook logs out of ‘sensationalism’

“There’s too much sensationalism, misinformation and polarisation in the world today,” Zuckerberg wrote


Mobile phone services can play role to achieve SDGs: experts Mobile phone services can play role to achieve SDGs: experts

Both the government of Bangladesh and the mobile industry have demonstrated strong commitment to supporting the progress towards the SDGs


Facebook to boost ‘trustworthy’ news Facebook to boost ‘trustworthy’ news

The firm says the social network community will determine which outlets are reliable via the use of user surveys


Intel fix causes reboots and slowdowns Intel fix causes reboots and slowdowns

It also shares information about how the patches might affect computer performance in data centres



Nintendo Labo: The DIY cardboard accessory for Switch Nintendo latest tech is DIY cardboard

A total of 4.8 million units have been sold in the US during the 10 months following its launch there on 3 March


'Alien attack' in Tokyo as Space Invaders turns 40 'Alien attack' in Tokyo as Space Invaders turns 40

Four decades after the game took the world by storm, a high-tech exhibition is allowing enthusiasts to save the world from extra-terrestrial invasion


The high-tech skincare solutions set to shake up the industry this year The high-tech skincare solutions set to shake up the industry this year

If the latest innovations from the cosmetics industry are anything to go by, skincare is in for a major, high-tech overhaul in 2018


UGC to develop software to facilitate distance learning UGC to develop software to facilitate distance learning

It will develop two software packages to checking plagiarism and facilitating research as well as distance learning education for universities


Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans

A talk show-going robot partly modeled on Audrey Hepburn that he calls his "masterpiece."


Robotic baby helps unveil how dust affects human infants Robotic baby helps unveil how dust affects human infants

The infants inhale a dose of bio bits in their lungs that is four times what an adult would breathe walking across the same floor


Cybersecurity firm: US senate in Russian hackers' crosshairs Cybersecurity firm: US senate in Russian hackers' crosshairs

Trend Micro based its report on the discovery of a clutch of suspicious-looking websites looking like the US Senate's internal email system


Citizen scientists discover five-planet system Citizen scientists discover five-planet system

This Multi-planet System was found through crowdsourcing


Deep, buried glaciers spotted on Mars Deep, buried glaciers spotted on Mars

The discovery was possible due to images and data sent by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), launched in 2005


India launches 31 satellites on single mission

India launches 31 satellites on single mission

The Cartosat is essentially a remote sensing satellite, equipped with panchromatic and multi-spectral cameras and has a shelf life of five years

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