Jacob Mulli

Jacob Mulli is a lifelong journalist and technologist. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in information and library sciences. He left the world of journalism to pursue a career in tech and social media, and is now a communications and marketing strategist for a tech company based in New York City. He also writes on tech and innovation.

US To Send 30 Fighter Tanks To Ukraine

The US is getting ready to begin a process that could result in the ultimate delivery of dozens of its M1 Abrams battle tanks to Ukraine. The Biden administration may make the announcement to send the tanks this week. The announcement came as Germany previously announced plans to send 2 leopard tanks to Ukraine.

Google To Cut 12,000+ Jobs Next Month

Google’s parent company Alphabet Has announced it will cut 12,000 jobs. The announcement is an unsurprising move by the US tech giant as more and more tech companies are reducing their workforce. The eliminated jobs equals around 6% of  Alphabet’s global workforce.

US Cancer Death Rate Declined By 33%

A research report has revealed that cancer death rate in the US has declined dramatically by 33% in the last 3 decades. The report of cancer statistics was published by the American Cancer Society (ACS). The tremendous decline is evident from the fact that 3.8 million cancer related deaths were prevented since 1991, according to the report.

Andrew Tate $4 Million Worth Assets Seized

After an arrest in Romania as a part of a criminal inquiry into alleged human trafficking, Romanian authorities have seized Andrew Tate’s assets worth $4 Million. The investigation has expanded since it started on 30th of December 2022. The former kickboxer has been running a crime organization, according to a Romanian police investigation. 

Deadly Plane Crash Kills 72 In Nepal

At least 66 bodies have been recovered so far from a passenger plane that crashed in Nepal. 68 passengers and 4 crew members were on board, killing all when it crashed 200 km west of the capital. The twin-engine ATR 72 plane was flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara.

Scientists Using AI To Predict Dementia

Researchers from two well-known research institutes, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPI CBS) and University of Leipzig Medical Center, have used the latest AI technology to detect rare forms of dementia. The conditions included Alzheimer’s disease and many other conditions that primarily affect language and activities of motor neurons.

Apple Cancels Launching iPhone SE New Model

Apple has reportedly scrapped launching the fourth-generation iPhone SE 4, which was expected to be released next year. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an expert in the field, Apple has informed sources in the supply chain that it will no longer produce a fourth-generation model.

Dead NASA Satellite Will Crash To Earth Tomorrow

An old dead NASA satellite will return back to earth tomorrow night after spending almost four decades in space. The 5,400-pound satellite will crash its home planet from where it took off in 1984. The satellite was sent to space to study how earth absorbs and radiates solar energy.

Walter Cunningham: Last Surviving Astronaut From Apollo 7 Dies

The last surviving astronaut of first ever flight in NASA’s Apollo program has died. Walter Cunningham died a natural death according to family representatives. He was accompanied by Air Force Major Donn Eisele and Navy Captain Walter Schirra as the lunar module pilot for Apollo 7.

Chinese Aircraft Carrier Sails Close To US Military Base

Chinese Naval ships were seen sailing close to the United States’ territory of Guam. The People’s Liberation Army naval aircraft carrier sailed close to the United States’ Island. Guam has strategic U.S. naval and air force bases in the Pacific Ocean.  

Scientists Designed New Artificial DNA To Kill Cancer Cells

Researchers at the University of Tokyo in Japan have created a synthetic DNA molecule that resembles a hairpin that can target and destroy cancer cells. The new artificial DNA kills its targeted cancer cells in a new way. The method will reduce the adverse effects of the immune system triggered through previous procedures.